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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1890. REPRESENTATIVE PUSINESS HOUSES PBOFKSSIONAI.. R. Ofll f OF DUNKIRK. NFW RULING MACHINE tor ruling l audition to A all ol blinks ,e Hit Mechaniiml Deuartmenl ol Dunkirk Printing Com pan LEXANDEK'S Coal and Wood ard. Centra; Avenue, oupoBite Nickul I'lnte r2u T AU Padcs of {lard and Sort toai, Wood! Lumber. and Lath tree iellv Correiponaiuce for wLoleanle lota noj i ji. M ji, F'livim mn and SUTKI, n vi r I v n s ,n, bton (nttnl A I deplume No   FARMS from ll il lol IJilacrei lirr ONr- IIAI.K IHK KOI- t'fii'uri ml Intf I Wf l ii i on t reve I u, V. ifiiralne l ml-, ol nl U n. MANN, Practical IMiimlier, Gae and 8 team Fitter. mtention given to Hamtary 1'luinlilng Kiren on Ottalitting. stoam Hi allog anil Hot Air Jv. i'dird streou Bit va Arluuio Photographer. i2.tOKrllI'h" neeil not wait babies. tor and 225 Ci ntral Ave Unstantaneotn apccially SRU.ru exitul for BOOK BINUKBT-JAMJIH IRVING, ivo- prielor.No 16 K Second Blreet near Bill (mo Btrwt, Dunkirk. N. Mu etc bound in all utvltH Onlcre promptly to. AU work guaranteed. perm unriitlv rj oratiii tj sup, ly t Her l (list a d all I unity use m i, Ii lul rural dl-. net KO OOO nil ,i In null il'nl rinpm ox 7 7 N Y in 'inn Kintr.l Kefcn soei it m (L, I SMH N I r me W at oiiii I.IK I'liv sti idv arrailul k bi lhnK s, h rnen c t imsary NM Niiniinun, Km luster, N 1 I III 111 O, ruou NO. :J. ison v ai loir THE BLAIR EDUCATIONAL COMES UP AGAIN Vlr Illiilr man a li K on Ruil In III Faioi Mr RiMolutlnii Conji Her Incoming m-im In IIIMKI BILL Sher- tiilat A CO, Patent Mtornc St, Mllhlllliguill, I) C opp I flee PatiiiU Cavim-mid it, i Inilc Minks ii red All I loi Advn c mid lit, i, si BUKCHKK-8 CKOCKKKV HOUSE, 303 Central Avenue, Wholesale and retail dealer ID Imported and Domestic China. Glassware. Ac, UHAS. H. HAHKIH, Central Aie Gen- era! Insurance, Life, Accident and Fire Kelore traveling insure vour lie m the old reliable "Travelers' Keal istato Ascent. Loaas negotiate I on uropertv. CHAUTAUCJCA HOTEL, Itates, tl per day Livery and Boarding stable in connection Victor Itnler, 833 and Lion street. f tiff BABBKK SHOP thus. Nagle, Prop.. Under lake Shore N.Uonal Hank, corner Center and Third streets A line stock ol Foreign and Domestic cigars. J-10N SON, tw center street, Practical borse-shoers. Particular attention to Interlermg horses bhuemg ol rouil aid trotting horses a specialty. KVKNrNU OUSKHV Larcest In the Conntv AD unequalled advertising tucdiuin ing ll 111 I IIHIIII I ii foi initli it i, jtn I Alii, JIO xsl S IS I- mi, wed i ad, in nth st, t nt nt hdmi in trnvchiiK No mill, .IPS dii tne 11 UK md making ti i toeinpliv a ILW li dmj u[ Iui i n nl tin u iiiuni H MAI ferrcil who nn f inn Iimi ti the busnn b ilily einplnvi il iKn md rim-, I I J( SI K Innulnl v i mm smav In tol ire. Ilium. 1} HlMiil up till on 11181 tl IH Martin llciiter Co For Ki'iil or Suit' 01 I I 'no i n vi .m bin at tin >rmon Elders' Book Blrerartn, mallod twf ftTmSSl v 3.   Curtama. tree Deliv- ery. A W C'ummniKU, 2U7 Center street I It, OKHM. E Tlnnl st, cor. ol Buffalo anufncturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes. HBNRT WEII.EK'S NBW STORE, 11B E Third st. Books. Stationery, Musical In- and VVeekl v Fa pars, and every thipg uertamuig to a flret clues book flora. Solioo, Books a specialty. FOB PRINTING of every deBoription and at lowest lifiug rates by Dunkirk Printing Comnanj, 8 an 110 h Second St.! JH. VAN HURKN SON, Lite Accident and Lteneral Insurance. Deal- on tn Keal K stow and Loans Parilcular attention paid to propeily collect- ing rente .to. 219 Center St., >ud floor FHAIUIACY, 300 Central Avenue iicadquarterfl for Wall Paper Paints PERKINS, J. W., 409 center street, Manufacturer and dealer in Bridles, tollnra, Trunks, Vihips, lln a a in Itobos' Uune Covert. uloTes.Muteus and sleiitli Kobes T W.Murray, atreet. A Bpeomltv made of Sanitary Plumbing, team au l uns t Hung Workmanship guar- pst Faanio 8t IIKl.TKS, 17 fcast Tlnnl street, donable Tailor. I.eotleraen will flnd it to their advantage lo callon me before purchaslni eliewhere. B. CART CO., iCO Lion street. General Hanlware.White Painter's Supplies, Oil t lotlia, UraL le Ware A snecial- tyjof Sherwm Williams Pa ntand Monroe range. Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Mt'blm Sons 1'iano with Patent which reduci's Hit to a minimum Do j on mai the fiont of tliu [mini with jout tlngeis in placing The I'aient ringcrUtmid on the Meli Iin A Sous Piano pi events that Do j on want n genuine Giand in Lp riKhtcase' Then the Mehhn it Sons will suit you Oo you like a sweet full icmnd mellow tone' Then the Mihlin Sons- will clitinn JOll Uavp you a tnile foi the arlisiK The case of the Moulin A, Sons Piano Italian Kpnaiosance stjle with b lief panels is a real woik of nit ami in for a palace want fipuinoof ivtraordumij smiling qtinlm nnd cltliciiry of touch' The Mehlm iV Sons on tlus( points will win vour praise But here we must st >p foi 0111 limitid space will not permit us to mention nil the excellent fcutnies of these superb instruments and whulin jou intend to purchase 01 not we inviU jou and inspect the Mi him A. Son. fo; I allies Cuutusos KIN, J. smitj v< sti I duv listened ti an alignment ij Mi Him n, favoi ol In, win, atiuiml bill Alti i tin t, nnviition ol n, buMi, ss Mi Mml} a "si Intniieiiip, tin submit ut aims t i nut ai 10111 ji n ms U, tin vn imtv theiapilol loi th usi of tin Kiiuiiitticon dipi, lut MIS at rent n ,1 x< wiling Js Ubi miniilc u ith this si s mn of i, j Onss Mi I ill In wanted to nnn.li 1 this nous I i vi ll I ll untllis I'l nil (lllllll.lt, ,s not p, ,v 1, d 1 1 I 111 I, lleove 1 pmtli ,ti d m 1 IK uh all th memlms ol tin .null vvlu wu. aiililtiil ,1 tin n vv 1 i Mi Dim td ui m in I n i t d a! ili Ml" sm In mis, hi hid nihis, i i ultii jr minions in thi lloitol Hi Un in wlml mull lum mih tin nn Ii l lo in, nv iilubl th, ,in us, n t tin debnti th n Inti n vu, i In a tin c mi untie. i in ,s I li'l mil I a lull ti istjlihsh i I f i i o' noviiinneiil n OJiihumu anoituusi ,1 npmt It WH, tin n nil m 1 t_ o vii nti) 'odaj an I ut i in' il th h "li uuil I ill was tukin up ml Mi I'll" l i( (did to ad tin sinate Mi Ihn said that at the tiuni tin i. nu m the lulled States (MX) Out) of lillili n ol Mn, not emillil in tin -i h Is an to, th vvas i m dull n, vistniK v In I slim tuns It 111 I I (III if, I 11 s, I 1 I 1] t mi K that nun, ,lntn n lliu the, I il IK n, I Ibis up, di 11 inli Ion lln mt i ol "in KH "lllKtlp nith idii ,ti ,i Ihe t tnl i st f tin i 1 1 binldin w ul I I oon DOO I li d tho hist, iv if the edu I CM, liilpisse.ltln nate thn, still il hud not IK i oini I tin ial Tipuval nmii it limn 11 i sol tin Kinutij und sinl il was in bv th< mass of inulli'im ot .la i iled states All Mn i man hoi e inUiiuji'dl Mi Him m the iiiiiontUe i.n litmus 11 solutions waxed liot on this but Mr iiiinlly (ninwl his point The% Hue not however adopuxl withotit on ideiabli disiiissiou some of the isubjei t mutU-i king objected to as entirely radical theiewas not that unanimity that pievailed at the oaucus which flrst consldeied the lull's the i ode aa a whole was aeeeptei without nnnb dissent lie ainns m t at p m and remained ssion until nft( i 7 oelock last evening Anothii the new rules reporti d t, the (am us and ugieed to, ju ovules that b IMn laid 'ii the i leiks desk for refeienee b) the spiakei 'J Ins does away nith billdm an 1 It this si ti m is ad ipte 1 m the house llu titlisiil lulls intioJuml Kill not In. mill the.v will lie sent to the pub iltii the i his uiiltin tin tli n Mution i iminittt, ,n Till: BALL LIfiLL SUIT SOME INTERESTING TAKEN IN THE TESTIMON CASE t n It u is ini I (nil Mi (nilisl, sh ml 1 ask Ih il In mis I i m le t nn tndilib inti s l iiilrt Sloiy of Hilpln ii UU 1 Tlie Ilortoi Clovvluiiil tor (.oiUl of the l-lnlntin BlllTALO Pel, bbil snt UK pi mil ill mid MI of Ihi lust vun the pi uu nitiiHssis ij, Hull na, ixnminul 11, luvvv i diew fiom him tlmt hi had no diu m iiiiinti m the litavei Isliind i hi house whnlih ha I, t a 'fdiunkennessami He tli unht his n h'stv II a, kn ivv 1, lUt, i i H Miinn jnnili ss 1- Mi con tinned >estu duv O idkm, j iniiiksl -id pi sin m 1 1 THE LECONEY TRIAL I out i 0-1, i of Hlnml Stains lulu Holme I'lltl inn I'illA, Kill I -11, shwasnot it as on pi si iiisihus at Inu ol 1 1 iniinal (inn t >i--ti 1 1 y li imd n N "hill IK Ihlld i l tl ii in i in s i ii linn hi IS II 'n us in I Innns 1 dav ,1 hall 1 III II- inei uus I He I unit I JJt ,L., an auti us and s ,ni nnii-l> nil, 1 liis n llublls UI I I I, tl I Mljjl ,11 Is tu ol Ills III, Mi I v 1111 l mi, vvh n n 'In n [I, f "I h Ipliiiillailninh I toi sun h aslui iiaiiviiii itluiin In thought n ml -IU I I" I I UOt 1 11 I tilt Stollisu '1 I ham tn it tliu i pi I I s m sl ,f Mr in IslHiu, IK I, n, at the I' H llu lalm wa> an I liiihu, it t mitiu 111 Un >t i C iinmui l ell 1 1 h mi, hi I, Di linll kl, nisimn t tu lt ns Mi anl spiomiiiint IK thin nnd   m neijjhb 11 hood and hi use Hicsnoiv leialkd testnnonj wa- m let icii.e some bkiixl spits md foot- pi mts m tin vnnntv ll'hese footpi mbiovei tin i nti tin state i hums IACoin v took altu tin intiid i wuiito Smiths house mid told him In li i I inaiidiil with Annul mid hint hi i mil -.milh wu, tokiepOaiiett Muiinv s mi uth shut nisi he look on his 10 linn I'i n 11 Baitnip of jrpRlmntiille Iw tin stun I lit, visit, 1 the house th, n, ii-m 'fth niiiidu and nmdt an enaiiiination tlie vv nnil II, h.1 ii it examine th. In. pan nl tin b dv Ihe ik tiling uns II till tun Ii vi f n v i killnl llshlll 111 Luwcr Mdbura mid, Kfi.n tin ulit M nl Ihe "hiun h suit a ttt, tm 'i "in in. Mi U v, I mil ns that tli pap i fi nn Di 1 n _...... Kti IK ill wliuh Dl Hull I it I 1st ,11 MI tt mid sail ii iiiiin ot that mine in Haiiibtti0' II IIKIN THE O Ull Ill 'Oil Ml L 1, I, idltOI "us i ill d iiinigivi-his idtaof I al30 ki vv that II, n.n ss y %tv Win ii tin stai dal mine out rin- I'M m I investigated it Mi lev, 1 Him ll It un I said that the 11 u wnssul st'inti ill) st weiea INK k ot Ins itms Un Hist In sinl and f u it 1' isoimih of anil nil Wall m ,t iv In tin I'UtllnUalltln Ml divlklii t, knovvl, ail 1- in vvhnh in said that he p, isonallv n nsibl Itwn- pnblisht I ill Vii' s 01 k WM wnnantol, he thought. 'UutU.rsuipcV reaii Mi thia make charges of low Ball and his It reli is fe hi lov ix-iupaliou ainpuvs still rend Mr Moot tiomthe artnle Ihew aie bloodsui kei s kpinu that retnni atiei death and loam ove, the eui th 'Hoam ovei kln ipinklv "Hasials, still fuithei fiom Mi Moot know that the teim eaUtsa iiiniinnl' Mr (J smd ,mt times itdul and suue- tmiis it 1 not M' M t Hi n bun hisl thi tin nun, kn in tlmt Ui fill t i ml, (hil child llKlMt "III t his, Inn h  lln SIM 'e 1 In slf. pap i pi ial nl tin I ki ii t n t ild abo it making as, ir h u u HIII.; tin lolj Let one) all the i ns s vvns still on th, stand vvh u tl REPUBLICAN CAUCUS A of Chung, in Ailopti il Aflei a S-harp Dilute VSIIIM ,s Kb 0-lho Itqiubhuin onuins m tin In use jesUnlin nfti, n ttlmiiHt, that haimony thatix istid duiiiin th last caucus hi Id b> the piiblnajis lln i nu, lw was eallnl to oulel soonaftil tin houso adjoin ncd bv Mi Hen d.i-sonol Ilinnis the ,x mnuoiit Ml Milvinl.v ns tin leplesLiitjilivo of th lonnmtt n, ,1 icedi I v lull li, Km] UK, lltH tin lipulhiiu Of inittii to lam what ha 1 be, ant thi n v in mus nn Mi Mikiiil, was assisted in In Mi aim, u vvns ical it was i d nnd att, i nin ds d, and ami mU- nnpntnin that n 1 i, ,s tin ni vi ml, sail, n lh I" diliimm, whit an dilu toiv m ti us him null, nlv t ii, ic tit m vv h n Hindi Ihe n vv mlis n inn m minittei ol tin sptnkn t .ml but t m n i linn vvi adopt, tnnid inli pi, in] stlml Hi, dm tn n ol tin >t mt mln is pu- tilt list t. III, s I'll bill tin in A FEDERAL ELECTION LAW .riiilfe m ilmera of to Make u AililipHH In PHVOT i.f It WIIN ,rriN Itb oiiKiivsma Inlini is 11 Mississippi and Mi Lvmh, 11: t mill audit n of tin tt c ism v Iipiitmur "IK to bi ijivcn n hinniif; In t' pi silent v ni i us, and lepus. ntative in ss J (nalinii, was puswi and iiailv ton Idnss the b t mm v. is ,t iiesent anl aftn nuilin foi half an houi the lomiiiiltxp adjouiuo i tin null of the i bun in in halmeis stated to a afte tlioii ininittei that the In ud li ss wruld be the in t for n fed I'l ill i lull m I IH and he mix nded to use th 1 ti i s m Mississippi as nn ixain] le txisbov tlu in 11 ssit> Hi also state! tint he tavern Hit I issi0, tin bill mtro hi, id ,n tin boils, In Mi k lh i f K ins is to nun ml tin icvixi stnt ut sof th t uit, d States illative to the il tiv, h m Ins, MI J.vinh dil n ,t IK. ll Or the Liqvor Habit, Positively Cured m. HAIIIS  1 vama to amend the pioposed mlea bv making pension bills matters of piivilege Ihedw- A COMTLKTE LTNE OP HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, te Iroqitots Hotel. I miles I'm lmn' thud 1! Ht (IlftOll Anv ink lib l vvoath i dav was v ist mi) ii viimiit ovu 1 an 111 npl ,1 vv ith tin laid tl i 1 in iniminsi i nv 1 t tin lift n lln ti u k w is In v 111 n suits I list ii sill hist gin sti m s i II) Su in 1 lit pin se flllv lust I Inistone siuinil, time 1 'Ihn I in stlhm, 1 mil, Imi m I'd ss ,in su md Si I 1 i 1 ninth KII, h null t I lupin s ,1 v nstor it en tlink iimoi tnm tin l.illv M thud tlind tnm f lui thud i iiih mi 1 II it u st Iii Mm phv si sko ICn) I thud I n A Tin Biadfoid d >m thn 1 In In the VsllIM unt the (apilnl olid ion, lwm ntlll 1 1X den m m ,1 th spit I mis th, lotundaof tin apiti IioiitiimingaiiixilMM snbst-mee Ihi box w is ab mt tin of asilvn 'inn uiufuimc an in h p and tilled with a p, n le, that looked n little like saw dust and sulphur povvdei, togetlui with little i hunks of n substance looking like saltpetei In tin middle was a piece of wood Aveiy fc w giailis ot tin tine powdei was testi 1 nnd f.'iin 1 to In- explosive An investigation will be had to determine the tiue e halai tei of the mm iv anic and wheie it i ame fiom 1'h, ,1 the uipifil thinks the Iwnili was aiaihoad toi-peil i thrown aw av It has been to ut d i analvsis he di 1 the ai ti I, o Mi Ililbi e'ltitlid Id till s t, I In un I, 1 he 1' st I, p M t Ot ,11, nIIIIIIH K "us M in, n know had wnttci "l l l HI let m lln I'ist I ill ind His IV.HI I vvnnh ,vas i Di Dull 1ms In, smtm Inns it Iingth ihi piisition of I Mi G Ikn su I th ,t 1, th th oin i anil of tin MIL; I n mn to him vvh tin aid, 1 "it, I, m Un om 111 in tltliil I velni I A m b givislh, nun s tin-nun Ui Islnn 1 In! HIM I th vvl il, it ,s Mr Ikm sul 1 had Icily nnd vvlnih s, f the Beav.r undeiHikes to a mat us (oil! n II .estified that i )f th( lelti i I l Lin hid by n hi 1} of tin latnie was m wutm Moiton I, II in Inns i1Mit mt g. i >lno, lenntlv with id, m I st llnv I sn 11 till I Ull I tlx 1 Mis H of tui> Imx pupn thll 11 iddon :adnivinhii nnnn on an idei Inn, her usband Hi 1.1, n tol I iintl, husband ad Ion n and on the (I hllsbunl nas ailestid Had I, n I In I mil I nniill bo taktu one ifvvbith i inn riiikn was ile'iled m not .She ill wiitUiK.ov, ml thi till nmi hit ,s to I his ilisp sal (..iveimii 1. h llmtin ,e iMd the Idtu, and Jin Uoil sail slm ll.lsU I Unit ho Imd 11 ,t Mis I ladiii 11 was dcsnous of i imu ilmg lns v isits ii, the U leiue Hadd ,n Imd told hoi f.oviiiiiM I did 11 ,t IP, i iv i In, laten. Shi' did n it kn in lion he knen this Mis UiiHlsul notlmiL of tho toigid pap, i n lonkoi to tlioconiinilte. tint he kinvv notl ,f tin imvmeiit ol inoiiin M, MIS M utinuruiii i, i ,r u diiiniiitoa Robiit J Hood j{ ailed an I I 1JL 1 tlmt nil hu kiiivv of Holn Opp( I.ONDOf, Feb 6 belief is now genora that nothing short of a urn acle can avert a of last autumn's sti ike of the Loll don do. It laboi eta with its attendant hard ship distilKH and uilseiy even more wide spi ail and Inteiwo The d.xk conipaideB hiivo ivai lied an umiltci able detoniuuatlon tonmtuil then own biismeas and londiiet It inlhuii own HUJ, while tho laboraiii, em boldemsl b, tin. SIIIXWHH of the u foi me, lk.1, wein uniallj diteimhiMl tel rtgbt to tho ell loinuiiitmn then pieseut advantaKoa and "inilii I tin iimipaiius ui make" still further ion I'ssiuiH ll the iniiii am worsted In the '.....big and tbi'io lhal tin v vv ill bo u Unir di feat and Imimlla 'I n Un the} had thi' syinpa tin ifth, and then mmi.ii.rul isim pi01 w Mb the ev ikisl getntial snlislin inn, an l loiigiatulaUoii In the ent ca j. iiw labiieis aiowillumt asjiaik of si'ii'ln ni tbu event of Iheh nrt n ill u. i niiijH Hod to tie-ai aiiushniK of i lie is ins, of mu, Hmu, T w oik has been anything but hoinii able will ,i "ith tli. agieemeiit niusliiH (hej have sought uieveij lohampei business and make iir.nsiu II, aml nt bnoiid iiidiuaneoaiid m kpite of then 111 siivuij, Miduitdi maud mth the velioni- i of an in im, 1 that then it. m ihe 'I 'hi union ,i, ivei K.iuls I'lt'o'.'is i nlain violation of the Ktuke wasHotllwl and a will IK leiuhiii on Monday next, when, imeiul stiiKo IK dedaied It ispiedicteil tli it Ihe men will vei Ixi retuin III! OKAIU.MK lllfAltD KHlIM lln Duke nt Ai gyle luwwiitti.il ah foi publii ntiuii i hmginir this Il n ith hits, ilonialinteipiiae Ihegiouud nnu h tho n vv huh Him animation' Imsod n, tl at 111. u ll Ml lliiiinly Ottliolli s and I hoi op posed top, obusH MUNCH 1'tl'KRs A Hi m are en, at the re Pimie Ilohonlohe, Roveinor ol m huh hofon  oor and Kate spilng nnd flxti.rea I3c Simidiird com and hat hooks, 9 for ;bnhi8 line pnllioK 110 lion shelf bisckols, per pair )ouble cm gimlet blta 'e'H anil cooee ntralnera ximsiroiigenameled xlrulnoro Vnrrauted beet mtel kitchen nni v nntbiuo oak towel rollcm arm towi 1 laikn book hut and omit raiku Jninicrit lanlviiiH .Hi hen whet stones :xlra slroriK twk bniimierB lou door bolts "I tea and colte led handle lolling plim handle polsto ina-1'i'in ud wood p iiatii uiiiHlieiH laid wood KpomiB ntlei knives lei prints nil hnldiH cst steel knivcH imd forks, per pair and} tire IOIIKH 8c 8c .lOc 80 to oc lOc 2c 8c 7c 8c 5n 4o 4c 5c IHe 4c flc We 10c 5c Or ftc 4c lit- fir 1'inpeioi m tho dii CH tnm tin laptined A Bn haiest thoiity win, 1, it that if the 1111- be in bsputllbl Til IIAI ST -I Imll sli lanl i ihu 1, ve nnvil but ii In lid nilh v mn h Mnnt it 1 I Ball any intoimi i, n ll Ml t i th, Bull said ho di l 1 r VVILS Hi hid ,ftins As u, Ins ivi i hnv fatoi ies he vva vii} Ball nn I had known (.1 m entv v i s satnili vi I'll Hi Hall on the vanilii thatD, H of Jt fli Ball had t omo into In Lew is I ill 111 t knr Illlllk I) sill ject Jo Mi Voot n, think the dtnth u- tioinsl at this mietli f scan Ial as a stieit sto niK stait, I aiij it tl. IKjsdiv, he did not Dr W L, w, 1 Did v on have a HIM isatii n mth Di in 1KS4 in 1 ti the pnvate- ilminitei of (novii leveland aski 1 Mi iliibmn "Iieallv haveno le, of if On urthei mm; in to the vandal Dr tint, a Mi-s Hakt, ironght Maiia Ualpin to Insofflie and mho Imi 1 hei She stnl she nas just out of the isslnin vvheie she had IM n planed nion ullv "Idont think tin- name it f i .vn ev hnl vvasmcnli.il 1 in tint conm i turn, To Mi M )t_ I t alnnt 1 SIIVT Mi-s ifUiw ud and sin sai I tins vv is Ii v Ian 1 woman Alt tkin w ib H, i MI Mn uost mm 1 him vou inrallthit is.kliim, ntilt h Ball, i Inline ti i I s, i that hut the in, nut, ot Di IS ,11 WOI s, I lonsnliiid the Mtndi'M h wa-s pliilllirfol f.riiMM (lev lanl wu lental m the hicjnst ih v in tij to find ut win thn ail takin ]iams to list nn tin tn tateinents' i don t think Idi I It tin stoiv Di Hdl tills in Uu, tin nut tun vvoull v u still I 1m i Islnnll t i I think a mnistir: sl t i i iisn sn, l, f link that i n su h Inns is lh mist, is n, SJH i uillv ,1 n v ate vi n hkc u b) induct an i m i u vvi iti m vvol si read in n vs, n, v tin sloek I f the Hull I u anl (j, the stubs am-unit of k issnu I m, u, wh Mil ll nils sill 1 Hi slums me allotted as fillum In III I> (i i UinplHll J, A 1' (Mans A Mm phv I i Ins, v 1 S s Davis I li Bettand J' J Ivillh, 10 IIJ C .Stapir 1 1, i j H'II' i laid I I I J lininii, I, asm, i 11 .1 minis vt k tin I r I I ip i nashml.dhnn md h, aski il h ha n Uto, Jle tint b. I It nns I no' iialn lit jull Jh ii limp nn I it i ,n Iiiaku to hiiii Un balloHioi lull AI i am of lie hail in Ml .vies hail 1 I dulled vu hiving IOMV, isnln n nith l.ov i noi ItiaUi as t, t] MISS and sud hi hail n vu In il d until it nas nl lish, 1 Hull ,1 nn nm a, n Hall k lompunv I, still, d that he was a kh ill, i un I i lh I all, t- bix oinpanj bui lh lhi> lull n is pus, if, 1 nev, i s, n ih t in s was sh mn him hu ask I him ,m Hi said In had s, me ol tin lnmni Maslimnt living f tin MM sun t lln nh evil fi.inish I h sm I Ihi stati ,1 N u lus, v v ha I ti M him m vi viil 1 ut I v ill hki 'Mln i ii i i m f I' Ii !p 1 in ul Up i 111 -U I 111 ll III VU ll i uiisp md n f the .1 mn s and lnBi I that On many did not In (oiimlivuinlhoiu, of the vast Ilii ts cimstltutoeltlicKtioii of hllKl.ui I I'i hi, %ai I, UK n r, to IM nistitiiud and fautioimh nlhidol me of thi m, Ix, his ntioi, U, shift I lens of the I'aissiaii ininistiy niHin vomi sIlOUlllIN Tim SSlU- 4c 111, 2.V Mo lOc lOe lOc Sc 8c n pans, cxtin heavy, lOc per f1 mge and heavy ntuw pans lac Mvdiuin td7c and pnnrt lOc I'ot covers a illi n I lid him that I nl I I-oilike i bv li mi u i, i, cutmn i hid in voi (lime lu u flu i Hv ol K Mill IH Kinpliu ll 11 nil l Ii id liiI'll llul ington 11 iislilv t i the m igmnl 1 nil t I, Ills pal t v I ill, t lux ild, thnl In in tn U ash i us ml i g 1 oul nt i Hall iilminrtei It M, (T man wl, Nation il Convenliim vsmx TON r, t, t, The annual con lentmn of the mal association of the I mted States opeiu t here at mtil at noon jestudav Om mgate of Niw the piesiduit inlloil theionven .ion to 01 di i and di hveied a shoi t addi-ess Jin bundled d legites- lepiisentmg twentj live states wire m atteii lance The conven ion without Iisinu am time at ouee Ijegan plans loi leRisIiituin to be tn 'n stuti iinli'ia UK In s-noke PORTIANU Me Fell disastious flre nil hero last night Thiee vvhanes, bud lings and a vessel w ere destroyed The buildings burned were J H Hamlm's, oojic! shop M P Emory s storehouse and he Portlanl Athletie club house Two nilhon leet of luinlwi belonging to Frank Dudlej -B e also bui lied up The luss w esti uated at 11.111 hud aheaiH said 1 ".is taking ol I in. He admitted m Fhe Pist was int. ndi 1 b, Ball Mi Uiilkm mileniatlim ,t t omeal his eij small opinion ol Hi "Had YOU known the stntJ. f nnlitips in Buffalo th, il that I) Hall n u, tonneited with a bolt m ISM the inteii-st of clean politics noulljouhavevviittcn of him as 5 ou did'' On the ev ideu, e I have h  articles 1 would still sav he mai hint of his own but I would i use the sum ot money he took fi nn to Ml f.fKlkm hi, 1 mitten that Dr Ball bad to have an aptitude tor fen out low suiilals he ion Id not lion saj thai h, had eve, hoard ,t Di Ballm any sue hihaiaitd outside t lev i land scandal He knew of Di Ballrer sonnlb He did notwuu the article en titled. Dr Ball ami His but ,t bef 01 e 11 vv us publwhed Mi Moot found the word misi reants-' in The Post editorial Thus lefeiied to "Dr Ball and HLS Kind did it Mr Uodkin showed hi.s gammess by saune he thought it did It was a term, but Hi. iminitt, i Hi nn Ijoinno I mtil duv Kxn.i.1 MII1IUHI8 lib li In a lo I'i m, e BisinHMklhi I i p i u Vvillinm uf, isiohis disiie am, ate tin million f Ihe noikiiytncn lit ilesnes Unit thenuilnsMi d ir, of 1 upland Maine 11 md and Belgium b. ottliially oskul whethu th n Itoiome to an mtimatioiiiil nilb with a vnn Dm ding tin iw.i, nmi vnslies it woi lain n as i, v ml, d m th, and laboi disputes Pnni Isem- pinviied m the event if th, posnl Umg icupt, 1, to invit, vv ho a, e ntc, i stci1 to atk ml enee iln at Piiirland, I-VI, ,J _FOI t Hand and oflioi pmtirnllj out oir fiinntxl, Kinpliu niiiimiimialira, and f ion, a t, I, luiiv.dlv ,h, Monti, albv  Then VVILS a laiei niimli, i of >nune wonieiicmpkni I m tlw bnildiiy itiid.onsid able cxulenient pi evaiiol them, but all escapel uuhiirl exicpt one gnl who jumpud fiom a n union bl u, ed Our Klehu In Samo WASHINOTON Feb tin iloiMestitday flip wnnfc intiini the nffi nsl bv Mi hdinumk nn ntal to the (Sumiwi tieatv silting totth that when the was it was with the luideivtuinllnit on the put of the Umtol that th? i Ighfe of the United States to the Imrlnir at I'ago-Pago were in no way infiing-wl ,t riilHlesolutlon was debated at I, and on a motion to lay it on the table a HllL'p majollty voted in the affirmative but no quorurn voting, the question went ovci until the next secret session. LADIES! If >H want an AIM! comfort- able glmc. with a heavy salt', OHO lllilt Will gill and w w sevciuly Ai lju tted BiTFAto Id, i, tual of vlilliam Dunn loi maiisln m the Hist degne in ii eouilnded ywitei- "ot guilty leudered dayaud a v.idnt of euere Dixon many (oiyratutaliom from Ms xrieudn. Ther Acknowledge LONDON Feb (i -Tin- striking Km held a meeting vestenlay and admitted their defeat Ihe oflTe.eil K, emplov the defeah-d men to fill vacaw-ieH fa, .ouUl and the offer, though ,.x ticmily slow imniitBtoment, wan audited bv the men with alaority The doik have e.1 to abatam from a general rt, ike until the number of men locked out the tompaiiies thall exceed Bell Telephone SalU. BOSTON-, Feb B -Judge Colt of the Tinted Hta ciOTiit court has giwnted the United tei goveinment an eitemion of throe months In which to introduce evidence m ita wilts ttKam4 Uie American Bell 1'eleiAone company feet dij and a puir of D. Armstrong 4 Oo's Hand Welt, common souse shoes. ------They will you------ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, For Finest Wall Paper calTatlvfonroe s. NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!   

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