Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 13, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 13, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. HEPJKE8ENTA TIVE BUSINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK, N. Y THURSDA Y, FEBRUARY I'KOI-'KS.SIONAL, H T. KOI.l'II, M. OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RUI.INO IHACIIINK tor rulinf; all kinds of blanks N the lulestiieidilinn lo Hie .Mur.haiii4-.al ol i tEXANlJEB'B Coal anil Wood Yunl, I'M Central Avunue, opposite Nickel I'latc, J Ail ot anil Soft Colil. n'lioal Lumber, .-itnriKiefl anil Lath. tfiea iiihv for wl.oleaale kits t LKX. W. MANN, 1'racticlil I'lumlicr, Gun V ami steam Kilter. Special attention veu lo. Sanitary I'iniabintf. Katnnaten given I'liimhiug, Oas Fitting, steam Heating and ti'H Air Kurnact-H. 27 K. Thlnl street. 1> It. GinroKU, sal ami Central Avu. J. Artistic i'hotograiiliiir. ol a Hpeclalty. Sitters lie. nut wait tor miiiMhine except fur anri Surgeon eiMle-eover l.y n'n Central Avenue. Tele-phone .No. '.I. (.alls may lie left at I yon'n. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I.OOK UJNOKKY-.JAMKS tuviNti, U prienir, No. Hi K. Second ntieet. neai UuJ- lii.o olivet. Hunkirk, N. V. MaKUXim-s. Mn- I... etc., bomul in nil ol} ies. ur.luiB l> .'.tu-nde.il to. All work friiarunleud. ,1 Hell Kit's CliOCKKKV IIIIUSK, l) ;nw Central Avenue. V, iniel ictiiil ,leali-r in Im.ieiru-d iinel i J.-nicHtH' China. f .i'A.i. II. HAKiil.S, Cuiural Ave. O ur.ll insurance, Life, Accident and I-ire. Ie re IniveliiiK IIIBUI-U at; in the r- ,lu "Ti'ttielern1." Item KutaM) Agent l. ...I's negotiate I on u-oportv. j-iTdliDAliT Patent Attorneys, HI.', 711, Ohl, opp. c. S. 1'ataitUf- lee I'ijteiits, (.iivi-als and Issues Irade MnrUreiri'.tei-ud. All I'aUiiit hiisiness cimilnuK-d lor coa. Advice and relereneeri sent on W" I'-M'KSSKS IX All- eiic.h month. Steiidv einploMiieiital home m tntveliiin No noli, if- MiK. I'lltli-file'iverilif-iiinl UKikinj; collerllonH. No 1'iwliil (.aids Address with stamp. II.M-Kli Iwish loi-niploy n I'idies on.unhii-y lo charge ofmv al Itieir IIMUII-H. l.lKht, very fnsi-ir.atnn; healthful. per week, pay lor part Iliac. AdilrisH with iriiii. MltK. MAH- ION l.K i-.it, ,lle Kv. A STRKAM OF KLOQUEXCE FLOWS LIKE WATER IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NO. of th'-I'hamber, to inmilt Mr. Reef] when he uceupie-el a seat on the floor. Was this i-hivalroiiii; was it brave fur men to stanel in front of lhe desk and burl at the they would not hau- dnreel tn utter had he been em the lleteir' Keferrine; to the election i-a.ses, Mi'. Hen- I del-sou said that if there W.-LS a member em All II.. Code of j Hrxir to his the Republican, RKFWIM OF TIIF BALL01 AN rNTERESTING INTERVIEW WITH CLEVELAND. Itule, Irom the Mililrsl VVII to ITild mnd Vigorous Itruxil Con- ffrHtiilutod on Her Adopllon of H He- piibliciin Government. WAKHiNfiTON, Feb. In the liuuse fat- tardily the tli-bate on the fode of rules was coniiuiied. Tlie house met at 11 o'clix'k in ciinfinimtiori of Tuesday's thf proposed Mr. Dcfkery of code- nl i-ulcs would of I'piM'Hli l.-in-il !ui KIV, their whole nine t" ilK-husini-ss. SrmiL-miiiri-iilsmay Ix-ptutit- alsei. A IL-IV v.ec .me ics in te, u-ns anil ii-iii-, II K. JIIIIS.MlN M..in Si., Kiehavin I, V.i. I Unit or Sjiir. ll'.n-e i-nrncr Secjcmel ami Ne-wlv lined up iincl 111 line' "eiinlllieui Will sell on cim terms. ill Hie nfllei! of Miirlin llei'ler e, iJlALTAL'UUA IIOTEI, T! per day. and lioardiag Hliilile in coiiiieiaioa. Victor Hnlur, II' V SHOP has. Hagle, .der National liaak, coi-m-i -iiU-r .11 d Third Mreutfi. A line eLock ol y ;W- 'enter slreut, 1'i.tLlic .t, tioi B. rartit in.-u- atLeiition i t lal-'i feri'ifT l.iises. ftlioeiiif; ol ro.ld 11' 'tl.llg hol.-UB a 1> UMilr.ii OiltKICVKU. n. ILe I. cmiity. A'i mien milled e, niediiiul. LMHJl.lt E.MJLNt.KHINO COMIM Elders' Book n BiX-iJ sireiiKtli, rnmli-d trw to itSrriSl n a r SPRING 1890 WAIT FOR IF. D, MATTESON _ i, ,i -s u u- UlUl 1 Mp] 1.11 k" L'I'fCC! Illtill 'J. M.irltJ. On 1.1 all l 17 Kael Th.nl a'.ree I, Tailor, III n. CAKV jt co.. i ich liliink-liiink-, unit I, 1 kill.U C.I Dunkirk I'nntuii; Cuiniijuiy, S anil ll> K. A fall line ot all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of THOUSt RINGS! Ever brought into thia City. RlitioM'ii Cor. Third liuil.ili, De'.'iler in litanlte, Allu-bie-, I Itml'linl; btonc. Cull on me >ollr snle-walk JX 7 anil Riwt Kront cirei i. Whisky, Wines, Liquor bUire for ritenily Ut-e. KOISKRT M'KAY. Lion street, neur Hie doi-nL Sale, Keeel al.d I.IMTV Suble. atahling by the day or week on terras._______ _____ J. W., 134 Center street. ni Musical Instriiniunls an-l Sewn., M.'iclnaen. Weinnkeii .ipecmlly ol Mrst olaeo ruukes of Pianoaand t-'arrand Votey Organs. SAM J. Central Ave. General Insuranci- slid Heal Estate Agc-nt. Firr, I.liL-. AixjiuVnt, l.ivt; Stock Inauranee. attention irivLiD tu buying I, 75 K. ThuU new rules would make the couples- of tin- l.'nited Stales consist of the senate nl the Tinted States and Speaker Heed. Let Ihe Uipulilii'iin piirti adopt these ruleMiiiil they would conn- Imck In plague it. It lint a she.. -I time lie-1'nl e the lolihy would iiiiiirinerat t. eloeirseif tbe capi- tol. wa lli.it tiwla.v there were would stand up and di-l'f-ud his rights, but if tht-.c M.ls on Ihe floor u mun Mile, hi. scat In1 liliick he-ailed fi'Hiiil or red-hamlcd innreli'r. would unseat him if they had the powe-r. [Applause on the Republican side.] IN TIIK SENATE. WASIMXIJTOV, Feb. the senate yes- terday Mr. She'rman called up tho joint reso- lution I he t'niU-d States of on their adoption of a lie'ali ten m of gO'ernnie'iit. He saiil that it wa.s Ihe- Hrsl e-laiise of the resnlution intro- dnce'd by Mr. and thiit as the re- public of liiuy.il had already bi-cn in tin- continuation of the of an envoy cxtraonlinary it had be-en thought jirojier to pass Uii? joint resolution so that it be pruseutt-el at the same time. The joint resolution was pa.ssed uiiam- -lo; nays, 0. A joint resolution was also passoel request- iiiK the pn'sidi.nt to im'ile the Kmg of the Hawaiian Island'. select de-legates to ri'iire- m tin- hill-American congress now assi'iuhled at Washington. bill passed tho ceju- striie'linii ot n briel riMh the Arkansas iAt I he went into secret session 1 jimruod. Mr. Moreiin WASHIM.TDN, Feb. The senate de- voted the hours yestenlny to tile oonsidera- lion of tli.. nomination of Thomas .Morgan to he Indian commissioner, cuutiiiiiinx the dis- cussion be-un Tuesday. Senator Mauiloixon, it nieinherof the I'oimnitli'oon Indian affairs, made a spe-ceb in deten.se of L'emmiissionei- Morpm. Mr. Spooner, Mr. Davvcs and .Mr. Aldrich foll.r.ved MI Mr Morgan's defen-ie. Senator Ke-aii made a strong spe'eoh in riiun-nf oiiiilii-matinn. Senators arts and Piilph also spoke in .l.vs lie Iml Nol 'I nought It Wollk Hie to llll Det- nioi-nt, but Tlmt Wi.tiM J) Deflm-ence In HI, of It-The Syflteni Hn B.V.TIMIIHE. l-eb l.i.-.The the lialtimoreKun has hadan extended inter, jew with ex-Presielent Clevo Ian. I, chiellj on I he nf ballot reform Vlhioh is anilaiinpr theiinblic-minel innll parts at this time ii npc'llhli'- ol the e'OllVclsyl tlon Mr. I thai when hu wem til Ifcislnn iiiih tlm lielll'V h, liarl pi-op.n-.-l ll.ej whir h hedi'lueied. In il hud his views fully upou the matt b puolic inU'i- csl. mid In- thiil relieve bin for- a In, n, Hut he is as disap pi'trit nl 'n Tin- Maryland wa' In up and it was'r, to Jlr .01111 the-lelnol ion the W'O'lld iitijieril Demo t.' Hi; sct'iieil seciprise'd i lll-l-e sh. "I upon tl'li's e, irenn t'l.n j oiiit of view. 1 hive- ncM-rdchiiieil my mind whetlmi removal o! tncliery irom l h.'v would the party. Hal- lot n-f'.nii is i4ui, Uni[ ls jt favor nl I'oiiliniiation. Senator Jones and seveialnlher De-moe-rats made' speeches aKailisl e.....lirmiitiein A vote tiikeli at and the lleimiiia- tiou ceiiiltrme.il, e-- to 10. The nniniiiitiinii of Hr. Dore-hestcrns inU-iiilent of Indian solmiil, thentuUon but no ejiionim veiling, at Hie senate -Mr. Cle'M'Irind said (iovorneir Abb'-tt of Sew Jersc'y ami (inve-ruor I'anni'iell of Ohio 'Vi-re- tnn of the- nsi.it in Iho anil no one' ould be more pro- loiniceil m of tlian cai'h cjt tin-in. lleisrilN- IlKMIll'HATS liefen mi, t lhe laic- municipal e-le-ctiein ill Kostoii. r'lch In-Ill lip to DiMnin-ratif ill1 I III u he said il uns tons I' '1'1 l adj C missioner Morgan Ueanl the result at the capitol, he remained 1 lie greater part ol the allei unou. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS. 'I hey Hold rheir Aimunl Meeting In New Itanqin-t To-niRht. YI.IIK, Feb. W. animal meeting, of the American Newspaper Publishers' asso- 111 VI In tiiecilccts u l.i.> The- law had nothing no "ith It. and no b tier proof ol the value and lust the measure than the- fae-i thai all t In- hading hllM'tts JH-inoonits we-ru entirely siitis- lic-.l wilh its As thei argu- ment that th.' niieilin iiled voter would lie emliai i mid in instances elepriveel bold IV ilr I'oiclaoniif said the tcndi-d lii I'acilitnte business instead eil ainollK them be-illg Vie lor F. L.'iu.sou of 1-KIIATK HT1KI.EII. Mr. of I'eniisylvHiiiii, the only ha.s whe'll pre-sont, t-riti- d.iii Hie pnvc-i'd rules they tended lii -till an. and iltliatc I in.t (he iiilerehitii-i- :is 1. inde'lhiili- In terms, anei ul .'lie I tlr.l Ih clause- HID fj ejunruti lllcein imtl f the ulio'e. not eiulv wa.s ob IIOM.'ls to c-OMstilulinu, l-l.lllll, I- -c Idee islll. Mf o! Ne-u York snie! that IK in a quorum the but II I'M- ivi'ent rulin Stitutiinal Ih -re no ne-ed to sanction tin-in by a n...c ol rule's, iftlicyucrc mice n- 1'e crilici er .''I fji.e-iie tin- of me-mbri's in hn.. Lie- impli-st I'liriinini'iitarv motion. Il II, I- line) the- le, ek-toi mule tho nn ivi" ol n mi mli'-r. iMrmlH.'1-s hint ii right ti. i i. t, i mine I he- moth of the sjteakei'. Mr. .iipiunn of warned new -i'ii-ci Unit one of Ih.- ureatest faults of tli" c, id rules us that llie-y teio much to Hi.- speaker niid In the ciininiittttH, il now pro; ,i ise-el to to tho a find to the e-om i.lK-'-s u In; ii ncie. MI: i WITTV. Jlr C-iriiiii nl s that he and his 1 Je ni-e. i an.- e-nlle s ere-d that ,-ir iiiiiii'Milnr. an ailto- a (yrnnt. Ihc- sjH-nker ol the In n pli'H.iil in'I'l- must In- SOIIIP defect in tlie i [-.Ion M liie'li enable d him to -see a D-iiio nil nhen he MI in hi., chnir, but hie'li not pei mil him tn M-t> a Demo- ral win-ii In- IMIS stai'dnii; n( full height, clniinii.-, i-.'cn-nition. had come' tx> the ii.ni lu-.. th it the sin-id.. r sho'il 1 be dosefl ll-'i-y Miitei lonie-, ex- I'll -i.dl> and, rinilly. l.muhlel-.] ...til' a He- ll.id risen I'rnni his e'liaii had r.u ,.l hi- se.icc; and he had r... iniiidjil ol Kiivei'iKir ol'n ivt-st- t 'I'-, vl. out aiid ijiui Se.'inlor liiiiisini. He is her.- >ul Tellium is I aiiil has the- [Lanjihter. .Mr. It -i.der.011 ot lm-.ii said for the l-n.mcnl The Ihe house, backed bv fv-Ti liepulili 'im ineaibi-r on the HOOI-. IKI-.I o stand for the rights anil lil-elty ol p-opK.. The battle had brought tions im all etceipti'ii; any thnt has t-M-r ihe natio.ia] e-apital. Only one uirti stood oul m his torv.aii.l lii.it I'cm.n ratic clul, l-r ihe Liquor Habit, Positively Cured 8V AOMimSTERINa DR. HAKES' DDLSEM SPECIFIC. !l can be given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar- ticles of food, without tho knowledge of the.per- uon luting it; it IB absolutely liannlesaaiul will cffejet a permanent ami speedy cure, whether, the pat lent la a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE eorr'J- V 48 FREE. AildH-ss-iniMiitidei] -e OOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. 1 had U-eii hurlrti lirondo.is! from tlie otln-r siele oi the e-hamber at the- piexuliiu; odieer. whii-h should hale e-.pelledits had been utle-l c-d aael 0a.shi-d the wires. ''baL-ki-l by a were tlit to uldc'h the country had b.i-n tl'eiit.'d. luri Bi.u'ANs aKAX cniilj not be to aeroillit fe.r l-iis 'an. them mulerstand thnt the country through ah'erylur- ii'iee -.-hic-li had eliminated the northern (Jelitleme'ii on the oilier uiulci'KKik to control this country v, bethel tli'-v were in ihe inn.iority or in the ininoritv, They i-i.uM ni-1. do ii, [A] iphiu.se on the Iju'-iic..a 'lhe Hr-publH-ans iiie-aiit liusl- lics.-, "ji I il ''Ml' to ri-fused. This alleKiilion Keri- o'lsly inipnirs the value of tho charge N'! "lv IKIUU-S thai MI'RS Vincent triivl to bliickmail him anil has turned lhe tide of public STinpathy in her fi.vor It is said that Isaacs' hol.l upon his purliaincnt- nry .seal, nhie-h he eK-e-uiiics as a Conserva- tive, has IK-I-II very shaky for se.mu time past, Itepulilie-aiis. Charles private secretary to lovnrnor Foi'iiker, was UIB next witness, lie was by (iovcrnor Korakei- e-on- -niurr, n e'ojivi'i'sal ion on Sept. ,'lu, with Col Hands. The discussion concerned the delivered by thu governor nljont the ballot Imx matter H0.11KTIIIMI IIICIIIM) TIIK The conversation of Col. Kanils impressed he Wllue-is with lhe belief Unit, the'iewa.s beliind the bullol-beix matter. In substance Col. Sands said Ih-re was a e-on- i-act behind the bill and l hal .lames K. Camp- icll had (roue sec the president in relation i lhe bill. The effort with the- president STORK kl fi! 8T" Fi r I in3- jculllg FOR 189O. perj Choice and Eqmsite in Elegant Assortment. nun, anil Ins ,-arlv re-siKnalion is hmknl for III Ihls event, lhe si-.-il will lw it nitrated fnr tlieoj.posiiim, hv Mr. tho well-ki.imn philanthropist, advo- d The Kasiern Morning if Ihe tarin" enuiiKh lo uss Ihe liallot-bnx bill. U-adiuK polilie-ians lid i......ibe-i's of e-ongTe-.ss, Col. .Sands hail aid, had signed tho contnu-t lor supplying hi- bei.vs. illVKHMHl KlIllAKKIl A STATEMK.VT. took iiiic-hision of Mr. Ix'stimony to make sliilenu'iit. He had received his first in- irmiuion about the p-iper from Mr. No man was more purticiilur than hi, was us A STATEMK.VT. Necvs ol Hull, who very popular with Ihe stand at the- Isaacs' and almost mint of IKMIIE -llllOHt Slll-ftOf iK'lllg returne-1 by a large majority. Many houseis have IMH-II i-iiinnl l.y lltssink- mg ol lhe ground over lhe filliorint mar Unlilinr, I'ni-.siaiiSilcsia, Hnd the iiihiilnlanUi "K similiiily unsure what In- sai.I m ivRiu-d Jin j. lt.il lei- ol ol her 1.....-, rill, lie had hiH'ii Ii niest in hi-p ilitical I sitt-s li'ive d. ealinss nuel was somewhat to OninB to Ihe ill-health of Hen isniaboiit Th.; mom..... he had found chief ol Ihe Uerlin bureau of tho till S'-.l-et politi.-nl police, he has IXKI permani'iilly reliml and rapt. Nandi-rod. ul that was n loiter In-had I In-own im ove.'be.ard. In (joienior "oi'al; "I will think the day of my t Unit Ix-hine! this th.-ie ome sort of An 'olli.'ial" ballot onlv would .e-use for e'iiinpiij'ii hinds, that fruill'iii the i's, necijssily fur Imliol ,i and Indiana, a state ble' of ai.d ajipreclatiiif; l ihe pn.viii silnaiion na, for ellt 111 thai dilecl ion. the I, llll SI'ltKMI I oKin [eiv, III ihe In-i presielential ca npaii'ii this virus of con npllnii of llie 1. ,.i ..I largely into rural distri. I- c.f then eivvn convH-tiinis If not am-sted by It vvocnil ii. The area of bribery boaid, medical cvami'icrs t-i be -elected t.-nin the tine- allopath, path and tic. The not in the 1m- ol tair and pool lom'slatu.n. No objeclio, i against, the bill he committee deci.led to report ;t lavorably, hut Clitiinnaii v.-p. it. Ti e 'incut .Mills ifs lull io ha re- iti'o.i fund would inevitably ......1 un-ali'i- pri.piiilioiis Ini- brilH-ry as- far as pn-sibl.. H minimum would n-sulV in than ever beforo, fin Ihi-Hc.i nl Miter, with no te-inptjition tn i. i -A ml.I mil .rally Ins ballot I'.c in he mis nllicel him-. ,-M-I- 1.......1. .1 I nc perlVcl public Mron-ly in and h- i-ntiy pi i -erlul tu n -e Irom ichie-tant but, I don't want any tx, jm. ginethat any iiamc whi. h is on this paper as on that.1' The governor said he would hunt for the until the day .if his deal h. TK1KS TO VI.VI11CATK --i want thi.s case Uicleme with Ixiih parties thinking I have put up a job on IliPlll. The- whole tbiuK vsitli thnt mini (pnintiiig to Mr. It, was busiiie-ss wilh me. If there was dnwn here I w.in'ed mv part, of it. I neve-r knew of any paper ed'ept what yo.i (to (iov- thought you and [bidden knew hat you were a'-out." (iovernor and Mr. Hadclen both denied Ihe siMcments innde hy Wood. This bronchi out from Wood 'retort: "Why don'l .you My you me Thal's the way In After -O'i.e -oiisiilliiiinn tin it v.flsi'oiuhidcil to luljntij-n to e-nllol Me-.-h.111 iiijin Tno ciisi) N practn-tilly t'losiKlMiid in.-lndiiiK l-'orillicr, Idle 1......i ,11-. SERIOUS ACCIDENT nil Ktriiiilmi Train ,m H Snntlleril ItellMl----.i.vcntl BiHMiNuiiAii, Ala., Kdi, Xews hul just re-ae-he'd a frk-.hll'ul e-ollision on the Alnbani'i and (Ircat Nouthi'rii inilrond, near Alu., Mmvii a sonthbonuei spec-nil e-xcursiem train, t've-lve I'lillinnii clinches OUT a thousand killed h'st-ml ly and so ple oil Ihe accoiiimodal.oii y.-ere hurt. Ti GEORGE WILSONS Hip Wlfe-llni-leier One livrnri- gifiit deal ore... cileiueiil 11 a, .-uiis, el at 1 cMc.-day by is, Th slon was made engines, and several oiher curs weu- niolNicd. I'lilticniars arc ineii'ire. The train was en route (o Orleau, None of the on tlr- ion are reported killed. 'lh '.v v.eie Irom i and points ill Ohio and Illinoi, So as c'un be leur 1 the womuic-d -lie- Mrs. (i. II, frwin, IJiriiillij; ham, c-ul in Ihi1 lace severely; Mrs. c. Allsloll. rut in face; W. II. Tosoaloosa. cut in badlv hurl Martha Jane t'oleinan, IIIK! liob Johnson, c-olored, seriously hurt. llfton linens. NEW VHIIK, Feb. law' crowd at- THE CRETAN OUTRAGES. Mr. (ili.iluloiie the Oovtrninent Will FXINIWIX. the houso of inons yesterday Mr, (Hailstone Ihi-K.ne'i-nmeiil lhe nmi.-.-iblo anil sntis- fne-loi-y ni-i-aiiBcnioiit of the Sunionn dispute and trustee] thnt the Roveiiiiiiniit wciuld not suffer the to ul.iss over the fm-u of the is-rsoeiitioiiorchrislmiis in Crete and the- oiitraRcs in Armenia. He won at IheKOM-rimiriifs admission that crime and nit ran.- hail Krenlly ikfrauiil in Ireland, lint di-nied that, the diminution of violence I inc-re-.-is.- prosperity wm-o dim to the oiieriilioii of (ho coercion jKilicy of the gov- e-rniiie-ijt. On tin- contrary, he said, the betterment of Ireland's.....idition was dup chiefly to the im- preivcd -laic of agriculture. He. hopnl that the bill would li.'conceived in n hlx-i-ul spirit. If pmpe.BaU were iiiKK-irdl. they would merely produce new iiialee-iaK for HKiljitiou. .Mr. II. Smith said the government would evert its influence in favor jiiKthte Ui Cretnns anil Armenians. The Irish loe-nl he said, would dl-auti lip-in the- line-.s of exUlini; for and rii-eithind, with odilious. from ih- novormncnt benches.! He was .pnte sure that, tho bill would not be lound too narrow. MR. GREEN LEAVES AMERICA. A Concei-nini: Him II u I'll... to nfKKoiveil. .NKW Ytiiuc, l-'eh. KensutionaJ sttjry HIM." ir. d .n a moniint; pnper alwiul the mar- eif I'.m MI a New York stock the llrm of UrtM-ii Nohtxly In- disappoint- tl, ulfliougli sdiiit! aiv vlicii they don't rccoivo a even it In- a let this terrible wling strain the afl'ectiouate ninds (if your DK.VK friends, them a N'aleiitine of some kind. We've put the price loWII SO all fllll 111- 1VMKMII- icred. We're what you cannot find won't he worth looking or elsewhere. (Jems of love, Hid Lace, Valentines, Cupid Laee Valentines. Im- proved line c.f LaeeVnlentines, Love's Arrows Valentines, Novelty Valentines, Sachet Valentines, Comic ValentineH, Klite Card Comics Comics, I'urtrait Ilit-'em-liiii'cl Vttlun- tines, Fault Finders, Long Jokers, Changeahle Comies. llaifd.somely Kmliitssed N'alen- tine Finn (Jolden (JeinHValeiilineK. with choice and vel-Hes. We will well the choicest de-signs ever Don't fail to exam inc. KKIK STORK. BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTHING. Hi ArK WnBvTyn iWuflBVBft Sf'fW I fiUALa WUILulLlJ uUliu I IT VlflH I REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS! AN> UPWARD OVERCOATS! AT 20 PER CENT. RCOUCTION, TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. and UPWARD: iirii-tKjniul, until Prti'y, E. A. SALYER, TKNTItAI. AVKNUK. r ri-ieii MrCrui, llu- wife of Wiley (I .il-i'n-u and the. daughter of Ihe murdered Chicajjo millionaire, Hnell. The mniriaK" WHS said lo have taken place at Old I'oint, Vu., and a colonsl minister in said lo have tied tho knot, .lust after noon yesterday the announcement wan made on the Stock Kxrluuigaof (Jreen's with- drawal J'rom ihe firm of (ireen Hati-man. At the oilier of firm the following ment was given out: "Mi-thru, BaUj- innn ininoiiiinu the withdrawn! of Douglas tirc'cn from the firm owinc; to the scandalous story pulilishcd this morning." the Xe .ill in Fi-b. Ul. -Jlairi.'M'i-s Jlutrleof .s, i.f the J Troti eif aiiel Pouers ol lie-e Lcstei' all in Lhu .MMerdav afternoon, They mi.-! and talked over the far of th' season. .Manager Uradv said thu he-had .just slg-ned F, 1, o'f last season's Aulniru team. Kiadv has two or three more in liew anil uill [irolmbly elub gromnU in thi-, city ai e- fur- wnrd and alnadv can {jet a sli 'lit uU-a of ;vhat will like. of (ilHsH Makers. Vonii, iiibRtiiig of the Hi (ilays Maimfoe'tureers was hc-lel here yestenlay, (J. Rii'lf-y'.if Fittsburg pres-id- Hiiil the leiuliiif; of the cuuntry be- but it ir> U'lievcd that a trust was agreed upon, i'resijeiil Hipley and others who were interviewed after the meeting declined to commit themselves but not deny that a was m contemplation. iiuil nns I'Ui.li inil in u hit-ill weekly ,Ioii on .lime IS, 1S.S.S, he died pr, d ,i, Ids trial it wimH pi ol.j.l.iv lile as the 110L Ne, i n n i i WIltllM IH' ll.'IS for KOtIK' tilriM RAtw M-eoir'. Li'.vie M. third; ti'llc, 1 ;0li. with tbe .1 rae-e i Im llrst l-o an imjuiry UH to .c. ond. -IS" for ih iac-, 11." 1 ''Ittim that hU CavwTl two yi-jin ago. t'-ko Kay .some lei t -r ,he- h.id written accusing him of i with, another woman. Both John Arknr very nHgry and iiually Wil.son arose from his-..-at and his wife, rc'iielenng her uue-e.iiscions. When she con- j ul III. Throat. I.ciriHVii.i.K. Ifeli. Ha.st went into Kirk's cutlery ihop In Third 1'1 for a razor. One was shown .................t) ---._.-----. vj-iac nan HUU1 >nel (iitll'i, thinl: time tl.-Wantl he tontlcre.1 a bill j payment ami asked Itriberv I Harpen it. While Jiirk went to the back part of the -hop to in.strumeiit, the man took SKS-. su.'-ss f f is m, i her face he found that she was elead. had smotheretl his wife to death u hen he only .lead. He. j ami Iho meant to stop her fries, A ROCHEKTER, N. Y., Keb. A. eviileiu-t Stahlbrodt was last evening nominated for member of assembly by the Republicans of the Second Monroe district to that he, use t.ie.na, lhe court, after inform- MIWAPOMM Ifoh m -rT r Mills tlrn, to what the, H UyL out by LADIES! If yon want, an anil comfort- abli' slitip, with a heavy sole, tun; (hat will keep your fei-t