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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 5, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               REPRESENTATIVE PUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK A MACHINK for ihJ U the la-til .mutton u the Mcc-haniral Department of Bunklrk Printing Compan Lf Coal and Wood lard.w. Avenue, ouuoaite Neikol 1'laU r grades of Hard and Soft Coal lumber. Sliinftlen and lath rrct .iiiiuted for wholesale, lots F> T ItOJ.PH, M D r.a, ami Siirirtoii BniKSti.il JEemelince, ntifil i No 'I C ills may be- at I CHI'S ANNOUNCEMENT ALEX M. MANN, Practical Plumber, Gan and Bteitm fitter Spunul atU'i.lu.ij g.von sanitary I'luml.iag given Stoam Heating anil Hot Air Furnaces 27 fc Third utrtet. R. QIFFORD, 223 and 235 entral Are Aruatic 1 hotograpti except lor BINDJCBY-.JAHIC8 IHVINO I'ro- pr.itor No. 16 t. SeuouU utrtul near llul N" I am eu bound in all Ion Orders prompllj ottendftl to. An pLJJSnnfeiL UOU8K, SOS Central Avenue. Wholciale and retail dealer in anil China. GI.Mware, Ac. front Jivr Htilr llur" f? I lltlllUllcllllj r. j n nl m A- ios p ij ,i, r, v, mu.li.nJsc d jll kl -1-, m J y us, ,n. s.iiill t Jlicl rurjl c i, i i in, In n, untie, cus (MIO In ul, i I, 101 ton (I y0< ijc Y i KS.M: s want, i i iTTTT. JlNO'lIIhR WASThD. THE HOUSE SPENDS IT IN FILI- BUSTERING OVER RULES OIODIIAKI I'alcnl ,s HAIUtlg, 2il Central Kf n i Accident and t ire the old reliable "Travclera1." Ketate Ai-uit l-oana ncKOUate-l on p-opem. HOTEL, Italea, per day l.irerr and Boanlmg stable in connetlion ictor ICtilur. 838 ami UJ7 Lion Direct. WAI Mr It. I Ullinille" S7) ___ __ _ (WTf IJAUIIEK SHOP Chan Magic, Prop iTnaer Lake Shore National liank, corner Center aud streets A One stock ol Korugn and Doinestii ugarg. Mill III A "ONI II i, -nTTcT Lrrccl Mho i I "S I .mic. ic. i UWHr "w <0 N1 Kcir K.-nl or HUI Oil ItllllS I. ,t Hi, Murlin llciilci Co c center street, raoUoil horse-ahocrs. Particular attention ir< hermtt Slioeiug of load ai a trjlliDg liorscs a spocialty. KtENiNo oilsTKVKK. I aricc.t Daily In the Coiiutj An mu.quallul advertiflmg medium. D1 ENGINEERING COMPANY. urn-prlv sollcw A. alannfacturorii ol Kngmeo, Itoilcrr., Pulleys, Shalting Hangers, otr. Patteias, rorKinia and Slat'ilne Work to order. DUNKIRK 8HIKT 203, and W, Center Btreet, ManulaUiirera al the "Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" iierlett Utting Drees Shirts On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses m Ounkirk. TOOMEY, 4.14 and 430 Lion street, In Flour, t ewl, salt, Unluil II iv. I'hos pbates.etL. KBtabhahocl, 1377 EKnt HOTEL and lllnlng Saloon. Union tarty arceas to all trams anil uim mew lioiuei. Dint ausouiiuudalione lor Coin- aerual'lravelerii. John J. Murphy, I'rop :-.UPRIGHT PIANO TllK IA'0 EHI.EKsj CO., anil D9 E TliirU street. fme Furniture, Cabinet Ware and boUtering. Picture Frames made to onler. O. IHATTKSON CO., SOI Central Ave, Leadere ot Faehion and Qcntlcmen II AKELI. STEAM HKAX1NO VO, Manulactnrere ot Steam Heating Apparatus ____ Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. BVIIRI, XXO, AND 0V I'HF( I--K THE SAMi; J'UIN- Cll'hP IJ OMB STEAM LAUNOKY. Our apeciaitica Fine Shirts, lOc; Collars to. Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains, tree Deliv- ery A Cumminge, 2U7 Center atroet I I K. OEHM, E Third it., cor. ol Buffalo Manntuclurcr and dealer In Fine Boo la Shoos HENKY -WEIiEB'S NEW STORE, K Third su Hooks, Stntloncn, Musical 111- evtri'thn-K to a clwa'Kool' Scho-j, Books a JOB FRINTINO ol every inscription and at V low 081 ll ring rules hy Dunkirk Printing 8 and 10 h Second st JH. VAN BUREN SON, tire Ac. uleut unit Ueneral lusuracoa. Heiil- ere in Krai nnd Loans ar attention paid to the circ ol properly collect- ing ronU iU Center St., Snd door. SOO Central Avenne Headquarters lor Wall Paper Paints. Oils, 4c. PERKINS, J. W., I 209 Center and dealer in II irnesa, Saddles .miles. Collars, Trunks.W Biiffu c. Holts tic.raeOovcifcWcTes.MittouattidSleiahUobes' IH.UMULNO. T. W. Murray. I H.I7 l.iou 4 snecinliv made Sanitiiry Plumbine loaayi, 1 u Fitting Workmanship [t St 110LTES, PH. A COH sas Lion street. General Lead PM., Snunhes, Oil Cloths. Ware! Pa otaud Monr KVLINO, such blnnk-lHxiks all kmdsol hlanks done at Dunkirk Printing Corananv, 8 and 10 E Second st. Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get n Melilin Sons Piano wit Patent Muflkr which reding to a minimum Do j on mar the front of lhe pun with youi flugeis in playing The Patent Pinqcr Guard oil the Moll Im A., Sons' Piano pievcuts that Do 5011 want n gtnuinc Giuiul m Lp right case' Then the Mtlilm Sons will suit jou Dojoullkea sweet full ,e mellow lone' Then the Mehlin A, Sons n ill clinrir JOIl llnvc 3011 atiisle foi Hie ailisiu The case of the Mtblin Suns, I'mno Italian Kinnissimoe with iefpauelw 11 a ical woik of art nnd nl for a palace. Do want a piano of nualitj. The Mehlin A, Sons on points will win jour piaiie But here we must stop foi 0111 liiiiitid ipaoe will not permit us to mention all the etcclleut fraturco of supeib instrument? am! whiilici jou mUnil to purchase 01 n( mvitcjoii lo (all and inspect tin Mi him Sons nio for yourself 4 SellKte Hill, Ir.s Knilillnipi Hill tlie Ad liil-slm, ur Imjulij I'll" III.) II, Il.p.rtniint. r I, hous< llhljust. Jin Mini ln H" b I Mil mis, I I, SKI till 11V and li II" In tn Mil MIL niinoiili i, j in I i n ,1 iimn.lf i-umui In lull I M, II l lllll ll llul M Kinl t ,tll tion Uml UK uk PLUM, lilt, nt, th, HI 1M, l.'it" I III H fhstn, muid Id th. nav- u of Hi iiKmnli, i tc. in u ,1 u i ui I m (hi joiinml us pi.Mnt ,t Hi, iiiiil li U.thc UH K nstitiitioiml -1 U lllll .IV 111 Ills Illstllll.t-, Al this p, int Mi ns 1 to mill., i to mliinini usj i ild, i. IH l I Ihi ik, i I Inf.uc th h IIM vnn lls -'nil, lull iiliniu, (ll M M( Iii th I me i nt '-it. d with tin si-Mini staUs Ihispul.n if ll .1 this lull uucl (he ml. s tn the P.iu ,11 nns Hill III, nils, but Ml Blllll noM.llliat (In-lull mile, ill I he spinloi at ii-tile iliu, ,1 tointutiim Ih, tic n, st itmr hat iiucli llu ink.- tin- lull was 11, tin .1 th. nils ommittii A HiiinuliMiismd and M, llauila in, Ii ,ii was ut t< th. M, us, [I uu- lilltxcl uns 'I lull- I tin nun mi Mllll I 111 bv till ,ls Ml II, uc, ,1 '.......1 lie motion l, "U nnis 1 th. hisllinu. sn dns tins th apaih i-I, Ull Ui'iml lunus "I'll th, U mo. mts in thpnlhimntiM JIcKiiilii inc.vcd tcinlii the I ill to the n and iiHtius (omiintui anil ncnmiided the lolls stlon Mi M.li. in oflventmky rmneil rlmtthc bou-. ullomii but the. cliilnucl t, cut. itiiiii ths uii'iiii Mi Mi( i nn ill, th. ica-on this iiiluiir, imilnhilo tl dilate u i iiuim ,ts (linioustiiii.d the illssatist u tion Vlttl some ililmto the, d. runnel foi tic pi. ciup-tiou wusouleie -Jills I i, mus 0 DIIHUK; the calling c tlie ic II Mi Spunger had n consultation wit Mi M.kmlM th. i.sultot -vus tha the Demo, ,ats nmili no (ui the i opposition Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK. N. Y. RUDOLPH MOLDKNHADrut, Cor. Third and Buffalo Sia Dealer in Granito, Marble, Hnnifln Building stone. Call on ma before your Bide-walk. R ISUKT 7 and 9 East Front atreeL W dinky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store lor Family CBKBT M'KAT. Lion street, near the depot rding. Sale, Food and Livery Stable Stabling by tlie day or week on reasonable J. w, 184 Center itreet in Musical Instrnmenta and Sewinr Machines We make a specially of drat class makes ol Pianos and Farrand A Votey Or the Liqior Habit, Positively Cure? aiilth, lull nas n fu o.n'rfiitUc, o I" I 111 Ills without dlMslon motion ,t M, McKmlpj th, h, nl JUUI lit (I IN T1I12 V tin tcidny lnlN and plauTonYil cakudii i nl.lu lit O In ,im 1C in %ounr, jwu (i T3iu Linn e, n is, and mid Now Ixinilon Conn JIOCMKI i ill-, u ipi  c msidiiutum ot execulna Imsi- ness Mi I'l ut said ho had intended aikinc the spnati t. take up tha bill tho 01 teiiitoij of Oklahoma, but would M II to the. suntoi fiom Mnswic hu si Us and to day ask tlio itnate the bill I, i tin, of a loi Okliiliiunii JIi Blan stitid that tho niinnislHdbus-i- nossw is pin, ah .iml bill, win h he had expicUd w.uld tnkin up nt one o, but as d tllo sinatt on ih it nn to elav At I nth, suutewuit see, t vssion an I at p in Ijoui ni I KNIGHTS OF LABOR The Troy Conference Hun .N Y 5 The Knights of I onlci UK. in session here d. nliclt, i t nub the Faimeis alliance m in nv 'i.l u lion of the late of mtfust in ,lh. -t iU tc p, i etiit and an u of IJTCS Hit loll.innig weie also mdoi-se I I 1 N> Saxti n ekctoinl icforni bill ollim Inn tlie weekly wages lull abolish nB -tile uitincts UKJ Linson anli PIU'M-I hill a bill i inhibiting the sale of pnson mud gocils mdiisiiirf the action of the stau n 11 inline us assembly an amendment to Iheliutc.i laws and md the 111 uc'iiiiul assi niblv lit Atlan'a li I'j the 1-nlIei  oicios-Bios "I Massachus tts MB, al-o bioutfit iipnnd it wiisd, nliil to aiipomt acoinmit I" tc t cn with its ineinbMslnp del.Rit, s it is f aiilwoiill em llonllHothijl places m tin state 1 la pio. IH.I i- that tin, nssimbu will liiulh Ix 01 I Mham is n .an b lal. f.u Hit ntxt KI ni nil as '1 he- hiiiimi a ipiU lav in vai ions hi am Ins feu the it inelnu the -cut the s'7! IK poll a liplid JlH wcie then fir tl" ui-iiintf l-iisidint 'HiMnas 1! 1laniiin M p pus, U ut, j[ A Josoph 11 tieasuiu, J mi II line kbec. 'he com, then decided lo hold its n U nnnuil t the fust M., uduj in I In uai I nt lloi Instil (Hi in itiiin it was 01 leied that all elistrlc t ass, nilili, sbem.t, to 011 to tin, sn iilJiu.it lln (onniisS the a-sembh sui- llt. mil an I dlstints c neled then iL-spcc UM Am.iiig the i, solutions passed w as the foi SPANISH RKPrDLICA.VS. THEY CALL AN IMMENSE MASS MEETING IN MADRID Of mmlBui 1 Maiirluttcr Hunk f imhler w.ti, tioooo-nu, Uf th. of I to I.OM.ON, PI, nut n, Jlmliutotlie t-lk.t tlmt ih  n in I In, st it, ol allan's'lias ,s to ,ssu, a. Ill ,m in i nioii, nms.s tiuh tu In held in m 1'lislu} I'll II Ui. WHenlK.nib abelicit, ,f Km.; Mlku .1 whose m 1m 111 aliu 1ho or tlw i, tttl abdn alien of tho lilun of spun, thohoMn- .imi? sh.iHuul iml tuibuluit imblii whiiuixistl im d i SWJ, Vnislml 1011.1 until the Inmaii, i, Vlfmso XH as LAST DAY'S SESSION rfejtbvterlnn neTUIon Canrureitco. Amendment! Adnplpd NEW YORK Tob -Yestei da, the last of theNiwYok Pi.shu, i lhe disc U-.-IOI1 of the nuifessi ,11 of not ,s hud I, it fo, home Urn tu sain nnil the and hail but lit- tk to lost It, bi abst nt Ho ni'-iir to til, sc-c Ui, II, si '-oix-intion of th, I uslnl H' ns he m u> aili, Us ul lln Unst to unite the 111] rtacl 'IlllHhisiil tlj, i Ui IMnU a ol ii.lttl, lib so no A f H tlu-tllilliiiiii l iiinii I. ink of Man, i lllls (llsT I us mil, ti diMiiniiiaii.i, bank iif Hllllclll blls flue to 1 up, is suppose l th it his intent ii ii is tiii-nil ink li Ann 11, a ,l( ,ws) sn 1 i an is mton hud a l.inij c onfi i iiuthoiiticsatthecciloiuul thustato of nltmisi but nith viLit i, suit is not u llllll II" J TRIM 111. llllll 11 H v i nn AUK MM, --1 l I ml klliir bislni 1.111., lu fen all, hMlil.msorihc csliln I u, >l hip Ilu.op puw t, ml mil m'a Ion R.s h, lain, Hi ll i. m of ehn ol i slule s, rstislein in am >iik lit, an, Iu V 'ml U an I sin I ,o h, ston 'I i i-i n allfmifhtimsuHi-d iiitliestau Ihi lonuiitionthen adjouinid th 1 die I ot Ih (K CM u Honuno, t" in eanustl, th, toopposa ......IK K.mi.1 niunlius I A, Biml, lositlliliius- J- -n. Imu th, ot tHil, I v S.M.H to tli, AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES SAM J. QITFORD, 801 Central Are. (Up General Insurance and Veal Estate Agent, t ire, I.ile, Accident, and Live stock Insoranoe. Prompt attention (Itea to buyinj and selling Beat Estate. C. C. PINFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, M VIN ST, BUFKAJ-O, A. IS rii -7. J. WE. Third st, cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market, fresh salt i Smoked Meats, Lard. Sanaafes, Oysters i nmltry. JZWKUiT. Bay tbe Anrora Kallroad Watch. it MOCstEB, Mercbant Tailor. Sit Central CKx-ta, Mo KA'OBA riXO. GOLD STL fa I'L A G A COMPLETE LINE OK HOLIDAY GOODS iJeUffiiUH M-rt at AIImn> ,M I he Of n tic Hill. I.I. lhe on, i so lit- in tl is- st.te mtat hall n, his u Mstcichu to ,1, tUi, uint) hell uelitun 'l Ihu at this mutiny t ,k ae limb ok ..'town is a dnisi, ,i ot tin ni, mi t'n tate -M.IIS hinds tiultiin, IM nts hi Hi, b, ,h, lu p, (U, lllll vex ntlis mm, ivan that Sei t hnt the tiui-lilu nm. ilns inoni i tin -'ale as, h, lm to 0-elU.k the Mini -en Senate, tint his bill was snnpl, the tmual bill the mom, w.ispanl >fi and liisidtnt o-niidlh. iiieinbei-s the n-ual di-tiibu on won! 1 IH mink evie 1, ut M ood made a Imcf m huh in position to a si n am of sou tiesidatnototli n, peiinamnt sit, In (sintjd ,u. At (In CM session a ot, was liken and was l.uori 1 as SIM bj a huge majont. WORLD'S FAIR COMMITTEE s, oe Mnet. en NameH 11 1-tli onwotliN ran mot stuate hainlM-i jisuida, at to hem anrii- m nts loi and the woi Ian bill as pusuiti 1 The rnlj speakci was "at, i s who asked tlmt niiitMidintiits ,l III-. 11, .1 so that ther-oimmttee tc, bo uaimcl die lull would IHJ limited to a cei-tam sei ion and that ailments and suits c ould IH- into nut H  Kennioi, at h ocloik. hut HIIS i 1 ,no and sissi m but at 01 lick it w is announced that tin Keiiub In.i.-hal lioicpoit the bill the mint., n n inns aide I a.- -ugsest, 1 b, the KMifiunii ccinmitUe TU, v had stncken out tin nnnn ot Hiiam HitehccHk and put m the name ot I luoiloie MMI-S Thcthadalso agiud not to tin foinunssion any ponei OM, south ot EiRhtitth st'wt 1 he-lull is to a sjieuil oieki ,lilc, aftei Ihui.adiiij; ol the tin, and il i- -aid will In passed tlie tTnntpniiiilr rib Anl.une 1 lullij I lusdOil.nns ,f I meal clliaiiannl t hi (In '1 I vii 11, v-vlu la. He Hi, liuki ut M uitiidisiu and vimtf-t vin of KinK I'l nun lathe i ,n lu, ot Ih'c 6X of Specie Sleilen on Jihipboard annul o'l Uus UlHtil.omiw ,f stolen fiom 11, pmsu's safe age lhe mon w i- tti t of a I n L on the 1'nlon ION DON Kb nnl house onueis I oiiclon Im, union tlit l he, Uiiinn, of the Do, k J abo.eis mnon Moth sid.s aie now and i gncial stnki. will piobabh tliisaitiem thin takiu up and l H hoped l.ocl uoiild MS I f He sa, 1 u ,1 tune anain thiitthiMiiissioim i 'uipiih, nil Ihu lei sai I 'Hint i le to imdiii IMP at i. so e[ the iiibaliitantH inn ,t In nh, j, on tlii' iherm ns f.n ndopUd hcliov that thni, isadcimmdloisiiili iwl lo, om butonl, ,t fo, thBHoikol must letmn oni stun Inid- "whiih we ulll as tlipsiileniiBnlof om imm-ln and om m- -litutions But a bin I and conipielmusm, -i-cHlat omn ml, ipu liner th ,w slandnids om e lies as most lell'fulaullKiKii.Knt lo, all these em s -J-l'Mii of d (aught m H.ih Suiptuns nlj a slat, mi ul ol tin "i1 iiimutox him Hi. ou.inmg was mill' llus rth iini. mi win, 1, the ,H hnst J -us oui slnll IH loinmaiit Jlhe ok as h, tak, icus'lv ll 1'ia.H'i was 'UUdlseurtionoi tin. i mil, m n i-oxei of Hliam smith J, tin In ,t dipuH sionu of IKIISIOIIS one of tin oil, emplin.s whose was u i ut> 1 uml i Coipoial 'lanini, has been pted Intake elh.t Vaieh r, nttt Mi Smiths pension uas inn eased last spring fioin il. to month, and he 4-1, rteKI agesol ixnsions Tins, chanKeis in Of thi poluj of lemming all the le inted em ploj.sol tin pc usion ofttits in Coinentiiin. AMUN- .-IhennntN ammil 'MiMiiojiof Hi md I huptei of Rojal Hnhaid pmst, pie-eitul his "I "Hi SIM i tan ox le "i Itl I l I till leu nib, i-slnnot "f s i Russ pli-int, el hi-i.p i' wild, wis icfmcel t, the nillti n llu lines Hit c imtnitteis ,uii thMiiipi mt I iu incMii a mind i'nn. I ol pi u ss was did, andtheoidu of hi0h piiesthoo.1 c .nleiied "p m loit> Last R t Uou Me the giand o, pi.dthc onentaliliaii and tin assist- t of ofln. i s sell, t.-d f, om Temple I li ipter >o MJixunplineeltheM 51 M Cap, Itoyil OSWK.O, NY Feh 3-The jn, y in the ons, (.apt Bend ilmiged IUR" i '''atl' 'lf J "f illli 1- illsd'nniK n banoomfi ipasm-which Hi MI slut Hn-ie-s letiniiHl not ,i, f, ,m li.iiiu, nil Ihi uidi t was loudl, applauded b, tho-. pic-'lit who piesxel alKiut Lapt Dend an uxteinli 1 then eon0iatnlations RULES FOR THt HOUSE .o Coimulttre Unahle, Ag.eo I lion H C.i.le AsriiNc TON lib lommiitoo on l nils o'th. housihill a shoit ineetuiKMi Ulclii} and iniidf some piogies, nw IIDSC 1 new o le It is expected that nnothu mettiiirf will be iuld this mianino. ami th, n it l- possible thouejh haidlj that i Kidi.muj lw upon and -xjileitelm time to hand to thi house to ela> The delny of lulls is not It is thcnitht, m.ulj for the pnqxise ot cllsixisnur of the ik tion avis the house, advnnc o of action on the mis but ,s due to the fait that the Hqinbli an inembi is ot the and R publicans of the house KUi c-ialli do m t on om miiHuUint "rt'10 Rep iblieans whn I, 0 SUPREME COURT BANQUET KltllnB Wind up ,ho '-I. iMiolon at icniK, Iii) 'i f i, ineiiKt in ctu- Hlion nilh dm Slllll not took Lnox lust liniiniiii Jmms >lt.l ottln enl.i .ommiltxopru sidid at th, fl Justice asscKinl.sof 'y U'veland Matlh w liak.piesielmi ,jul a-vKiition ex M j, >vv Mdliani Hnt In I It (Ollelcll Sdliloi I C., nnl lent I f nnd hnt c. AUh, othll tables sat tlle. staU, louit, than, illoi Ma.illot New set and man' ,tin is IUv (hr. y mill pi u nvpoud 1, S, na tin I suits In lion ta M H Hiiutm and is thiil I ax-em u, snid the Kilitsol "I, futme will pi ,lty of "Oik lode, 'llnie me ton us Ihue aie elements at "oikmou, -oenlj uisalniujpounel swilinnelii an nppn, nil, sm, ilh -uilue I iHle IS ail HI pnsslbl, u.lll II I, I libra mile ipii d tlncnui Jh ituus ha, o, nous epi stious A GRISr OF ACCIDENTS. FIVE DROVtRS INJURED IN A WRECK, THREE FATALLY. A Wildcat Train Bnn Down by a Fruit dolphin Serious Injury of Five Mon-Nalunu Hlow-Up at KAMTKKKF, 111 ,Feh 5 -Five iwrsonswero bmlly injiiiwl, tin oe of them putulily fatejly, by H n i IITOI 1'o.itono on Illinois Ceis- tml moniiug Tho fmit Pl i-i into the calHxne of train Tbu IntUii brou made up at Kiinloikre of aiul mm liandnw, ami Olilnuio at l in The fiuit oxiJi-ess folluwed i and when of Peotune ,-IIKIIIWI tbo mid tiaiu redm-Ml bis into of M IK Inn 1 slnu k tin- aooow, ove, tu, mug the whuii rar n'v'u C1" "r Iw'llj niuic.l ml, mall, oiltieal Al h-msin ,.l in iiiiisimiahAHl Mi InIstons .if Slwldon, Ml bucllj U lllmul BOILER EXPLOSION I l.o M.u HB.HT Noun Kntitllv, AIIICI PIMA, Keb The explosion of a on th. lomtl, of the KcliKon Kle. 'KlU biiihliiuf, NmiKoni icsnllc I in seal liiiB uml m A Iho luiuliif HIP bciil, i had blov t UlSil si it nnln ,p SI IM...1 to Ihon iiHiiiisniu fa follows Uill- uni Hoolh Uiuil.s H.Mi-on, j nnic.s lor SjK'iiwi Htivut, DnioU- illiain Ilmmii II, i ion and Booth M H..II about tliuii fatrn anil lmii.li, Himhi ll n contusion tlia riKbt wi 1st hy rniiniRf i om top of the bollei sbrfliti, Ablwy and William thesu-nui, conliiBloii of the It may safely said that our new and elegant stock of Embroideries was never ex- celled in Dunkirk. We have them nil ready, and not a piece remains from our former stocks. This gives you the best ad- vantage offered jou anywhere in this all important line of line and sensible designs and choicest patterns of Embroid. eries and Inaei tings. All- overs and hemstitched, with neat tucking combined, in all making a most desirable tion. Ollt but 1, >.i Mie 'Itsi'l. b> IK-IIIK tlnowii agnmrt some ob- J' I In Ui Inieof the ..xplomon 1 far usn.it know n what onuse.1 the but an mustigntion will bo made Niltnral OHM Kxplodfii TiTTsni r.'b ID.iO oV-loik lunt night I wns Uwt an txpliwoi, had HttU o, I s that, ight or ten the PitfatbuiK, ,l( t" be Ink, u uiilioad duo at 10 -K Till' hospltlll. tbeb auibulaii.AH KiittotlK, ix, mpKe tbovie- 1 In- only pawHcroi (hat aliKht.Hl fiom tho tiaiu was.loin, k, ono of Uie Injiirucl IicimlumilwiiH Iranwl tlintnn M- plisini Kaahadurcuno.1 ut llio suv-l at MiiH-iinlfiiilviit, wan piobnbly fatally liuinwl laboior who the ixpi.Mon nn oxposivl Hulk was sollouslj injuiinl NEW YORK LEGISLATURE Tho WnilclH Fair lllll Keleiicd AIIUNY, Kb vmloiilnv jouinnlMi niinnl U> tula lion, ihu talilo tup fan bill and ,tto MM- lal tho foi amendment The. ni, "as mlnptu! In tbo asspmblv Mr IMssHil, tho, ode of him nlaliiiKto motions for anon timl c asps ought allciut by judges of Iho siinioin" liinii; taken to foiniasLcon.l tb .ouit, r FOR PARTY I'SE. Shoulder lengths of Jint} silk Jem-y Milts, choice iu f tints. Undressed t.-are Kid Gloves, in black, drab, tans, browns ami grays. All sines, with newest fancy stitched backs.nentand stylish. The ntioKR are only 95c and pel pair. The latter equal to eight buttons. A full aHgortiiient of the Celebia- I'. Centenieri Kid (iloves in all the desirable sliadcs can be found among our big Beaulifnl fancy Ruching. Ladies' flue Com-tn. The C. Corset for fine wear is the favorite corset. The hand- somest Face Veiling; the new- est and most stylish in the market caji be found hem Madonna Cotton and Harbour's genuine Irish Thread for lace work. Ladies' fine Hosiery and ERIE STORE. BARGAINS IN-CUSTOM CLOTHING. Kilton upon I nilul SI itcs has b, i toionsist nf T IT Ion Hi Iioi I "I 1 pc It of Illllllll loin th, "II t 1C s, It l Illlllll l of the- slate -H 1-1 '111 1 lllll. us ls I" iiiin not 01, an lumatknilani nstituliciiial A HngiiH MnHcn. Ror-HEsTEi, N Y Keb _A named faff alms F P Zollnmn alias llionuu Man was airntrd here .hnrged with ikflanding Rothestei lodge No M> F and M Ki-linghnrj lixlKe K ot P >ut ol nn askcxl as alms He rep, iNeuted aniself to bo a Mason and memliei of the Knights of Pv Unas and has twen defrauding Mmo.is lodge-all the count) MAIS STREET, Opposite Iroqnois Hotel. Chllilrnn of DlonUm-la -stwiiij, x I .-I, 5-lHree chlldien m the In nih ontaitpr -tli.it thisciu win ImriPd at one time Mon lav all hitMiirf .bed eliphtheiia, am thue .hdliui aie deal m a fnmil- nameii Lriaie lesidiiu at C.ildenhain, tho> sin i nmbed to the same fatal disease _ Not Out of a Job Ixmi- UiMsi reb illmm Wianihan a Mm ol ix-Mipeiintuicluifrof-Publii Hoiks hlianalun fiom Ins d.iksl in tlieotlue of pulllc woiks bv bnptllnU'll- dent Hannon and was immediately gnen othtri isii-ion Comptrollei U euiple found Guilty of Murder RFD BANK N J Feb 5-A Asher was H-t.ida> found sanity of minder in the first legiee foi the mimlci of Edwaid Haeeett henti m e be pronounced to-da) ils., Inline Hint the new ode -h, uubodj the r auth ,nlv to an nomuvtlulaquoiumis pic-cut when i nm joiltvol the inembu-s aie ]icsent viliillm tlK-i all vc te 01 not ,t ,s dust md holds Ihat h. hits uncl i the cc.nsti tuti.ii th, nnth t, do tin- an 1 tint no Illle llllth it l-nc.clecl in Hi is-aid tu think that c such a i Hiinld n lie t m the col IK tin ss ol Im liming l iepi-t week in the nl se lie u "fa .eieli He pnl he an, nhixlillir with hi n on the oth.i hand li'lei Hi it whlle-lhe-penke I has tin i ]nht to., tint mid nunoiunc a qn ram as pi, suit when tlieie .IIP a miijoi it> of the nipinliei-s then sintsinihi whcllui Mfsuch nnthoiitr should lx> t'lnbiacedm the c 'Uns ditreieiuo -cjon lie ad ill-ted itiscxpntil ami Hi tode i quitted and adoptid (.ull.-.ll.ull; OlTTI Pell ,ac-e jc .r SHllimj lioM flist Knw Idlu Mdind Milliitluid lime, I OS' I Skphamenist iniwoocl sec-onl Mann, II t> thud, no timu Hot Siotch sKomi Fouitliiuci ii Ma si 11 Luke hist Zulu second, FlEthrape, mile Sboto-pr lust, flitt.i touiitain thud time 1 (Is i i n i aniLiiii a-idnhlis and h, 1 Ic I ll tin the Unilcel mm mil 7 il it huve unkuv a s tile (111 Illllint He I 111 militia st.ite with 74 I me n an 1   tli> an i m siv ih it Hi, snvn ,1 mil an cut ,1 iu Oliln rot i wni i O Pil, -At the ml elee foi ipproso-itnliM in Ihw 'I I ink'lnlceiinl, tolllllhevncanil VIUMOII lln lln ueatlioCHon John U A IJ Unuouat, was n dliiini pai-d All but tlnee JJcllmi a nmjoiity, which will In. 4 >oo fuj! I', Ule I ion, si- thai m Ihat Bpuatoilal dirtn, t Hl -pie to .hocwe the SiMin1.il Nshbiim who died, lion M I'alliMin, Demcmat elect.I Oott- liubliainhaili .li bj i ooil canv- Hi own li> I.HOOniid Oiniout bj UNI ut Now OrUmiiH V1St" SPI md Hnlliuo.nl thud l Se. mil nice B ,M iiinoirwns won bj Haunt 'Hind iaip, sellms, Old nnle r, lii-t, VatMl second, tlinrt, tun., -t I'ciuilhiacje, Imudic-np, 1 BESTED DIFOfiTQ SUITS! REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS! AND UPWARD. OVERCOATS! AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION. TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT and UPWARD. Tlifur pi li'ft until E. A. SALYEH, f'KNTBAL 'K. Afrnid of a Jiiiy Tlbil. Ciiirvoo.F.b -II that John F (li uh im, chief ,1. fi ml nit m ih, bulimy eonspiiac, IMS lias to Mi xico Hisattoinc) (Int if llw ivtru, it is ol I., diims l.u, of n Hin timl He Mill run -in f of ti the onnly! undone, in case the hist H i, fuse I lo-nli mitthe.amte-tiialb} ,uc ke mst'. f a epubllc-aii Caucus. _A Pauf.us of pul.Hc.an lepimentatiMx is ailed foi to night s ae oi to nigt to rliscussa line ot piocedine in regaid to the i i emammg To Revlun the minium AUiANY Ftb -5-The snbeimumttw of the Stale H-u a.ssfx latiou met m niy jestaday and piesented the a bill touente a 11011 pat tiwn com- IIILSMOII, ieh shall hi njqiointod tlie to, einor, to the nidi mij aititle of the file cm a plan to be pnrsiuil the new- code of i id, MS 11 UKJ to the bouse Ail Old I'nl.ll.lie. YORK Pa Pel, -Oliver Stunk, aged .jeai-s publisher of The Demo i aOPress of this city, and one of the oldest nswspaper nen in the state, died late Mojday m 'lit of IP i----- ...._, iMvn.iv; il( IjIJtJ ponstitution so that relief may U alfoide.1 ay vv ledsupiuiieiourtanil of appeals Tlie 
                            

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