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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 22, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. DUNKIRK, N SVTTRDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1890. REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSE: OF DUNKIRK RUM NO MAtllINF f r ruhn all kinuh uf H ttn- taU -t 11 htion t the nt ol Dunkirk Printing Gomjmnv LEXANDER'S Coal Wofxl A Central pot All irralea of Ilarl ana W r. and 1-ath l> re loll? Correspon.lence lor lob M. HANN, 1'ractical Plumber, Oat- noil Steara FitUr Special at ten tun given lo "saniLtrj umbtnjf Lntimat-CH givei an Plumbing, ojw Kitting 81 tarn IleutniK an Hut il fc. Thinl otrcct HR. OiKFOKU. wa and Cenlial Ave Artiatu Fhotogrnpher Inntantaneou i'h of Bubiea n alt) MtLcri aee) oot wait for (tanrininc foi IHNDKKY-JAXES 1> pr So Irt K Seconrt strett ni.ni But Dunkirk, N T Mti i c. J'aiapi ieiM, b.mnu u ail p to All work 1 H'KCHKK'S HOUSE, 1> Central ttttoleiuiie and retail dealer in Imported am china. A. H. IIAKK1H, 221 Central Ave O eml Insurance, Life, Aci Hlent ami fc ire b fore tnivelnitf iiiMirtj umr itr in the olf i na t 1 UeaJ fc atule Agent. nejcolmie t on t 1HAUTAUUUA HOTEL, Uatcn, tl I ivciv an I Uoaulnijf bUiblc in (unuwttion VitUjr liidtr 3.V> and {87 I.IOD ulretL KAUUKK SHOP n tti l.Hfee 3ln re Nrtti'mal Hunk, conit tucr an i 1 h nl etioeU A due stock oi "r >rc an 1 DointM! ig-irs ONKLIX A Uf P i tir 11 1'articulnr atlentiou lo t -ihoting ot roan ir ir Uiui rder DUNKIRK SHIKT CO., -21U, an 1 Ju ttnitr Hirers f ihi Xrotuwell ami "IHuikirk i trfet t tilling >EitrtH aalL in nil Itadn it furiu-lnug, an i Irj i i-mto in Dunkirk. 1. fit 4 u t i ni str t, u a Ier in lour, I1 fed, alt. Buied tla> hit IK HOT1- L. ui  Uhi g tusrtaiiiing to .1 i tirHik JOB I'KINTOG of ripti MI an I tumg rales b> Dunkirk Printing Compan> 8 ami 10 fc, Mfcon t JH. BCREN A SON, Fin Life ALiidenl mtt General Deal ero in Kea! b-tatc aixl I'ar icular uttiiUun pinl to the i ol olleut nj. Ac it') enter st 2ml I'll Jl> Central K luquarlerB lor Wall Paper Pa.nta, Oils, Ac J W.. C' liter street, H itirer i' t tfa ti in H.ti II n. rninks.V h pd buffulo Uu'ic-> tt i Ad I ion u on of viuiUtry Plumbing t VVtirwmaiisthip truar F-iUlol 17 K-wt rtunl mn.il tie-rtiuiiaUle fuili-r 'tentUtnen will Un i ,t t< ineir ddvii tnct il on nu Qr ht-rwii vv it) tins Pa 11 n r KULIVO. s   arrand A Votr )rpaus SAM J. OIFKORU, 301 Leiitral we Oentra Inourtore an I t ul EstaU AftenL Fire Lift, AccdMil, and Icaurauce attention iriv u aellia, 75 K. Third Bt-, cor Meat Market h, an 3ttjok-ect Meats, am PoaUry. lyATtUKS, JEWELS ftT Aurora llaniami H itch SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT AI h S jit .110 I ll  lliu-'l np an I in Mm i <-n litinii M il II ,11 tiisi tiling tn jii rr nt tin e i tiisi i i irtm Hi'i'ter rmon Elders' Boot titrtnftth, nulled tnt r SPRING 1890 c. D. MATTESON efc fall line ot all the latest novelties in ipring Suitings! Tlie Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERiNGS! 3ver brought into this City. Call and See Them Birter Shop. O A. Ill KlIKF f nn HI hot. ti I ai r tun oj uuil the t tu U 111 the ML HuUl He Im" t v< fm fir CUIH! v n k tin I r is (Diners ill ii <1 it t wxl jvj n L jfo mr fntr in 1 Imir ttmj.. Drunkenness 1 r the Liqaor Habit, Positively Cured RT AHMimsTiiiiM it. mints1 man. It can bt given In i cup ot coffee or tea. w In tf of food, without the knowledge of the per 01 taklDK it; it absolutely harmless and wd' ffcci a permanent Dnrnlv cure, vrhethci he patient id a moderate drinkcroran alcohollr ireck ITNEVerjFAIL8 WeQUARANTEE Instance 48pa7ebooE In conli len e, SPECIFIC CO. 135 Racp St.. C. C. PENFQLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER. MVIN lii I t VLO. N 1 Llorlu, Sllvwwmre, Etc KA'f.K 4 I I Mi. flOLU.} PR PL rt N g Frank V. Stapl. E Chinl TIL MOCK EH, iii Tailor Centra] ATeniu; ('MI I HOLIDAY GOODS STRKKT. iuoii Hotel u Fib J-J -In the house les ten' 1 of Miv-.it.ip] i w the Ilisr on the worlds fan site He mioied on acu imt of its fine Innl line's Uaitirul and be- u was the ai-ital of the nnticm anri a lion llll Mil l-s: OPPOSES THE KAIR Mi Mill, of feias the proposition to h a world s fair He claimed that con ten-s.s w n- 01 erbnrdf ned with business now and should nothing tn do with a worlds "f that honoi fan It was a stall piojKvsition daie r use hei Hi fining Ui hriitnpliii Columbus Mr Milis said that (oluiiilm- had neiei seen Nnith Amerlcii Hi knew that thiie wns siiih a (nntiuent as He liad U ft -ifiam to hunt Indians had landed at San Saliadorand gone back home again Hi ha 11 a se  a business pn sition Smie 1H7I, these faii-s had been mi i tuning and if thejkipt on im reaMng Ii, bv gitv eminent appropriations, the ii would llnall) break down under th? f taxation These fairs could be fin was not tirt dollar n, uld I'l pli if NPW it to make it a sii, cess Mi Faiqiihai of Ynrkdepi ated the narrow -pint which hud ,hn i mam of SJM ei hes iimde New i k ,1 on an iliti with I nnduii an 1 1 ins with i m- ]ait fi mt and mil filled pill-se leadl to assume a n itional i bligatu n N't w nk no other i itl had Ilk igo i a ne here with i site, with insuflK lent munis with fiom workmgmcn tills I loth Whi it is all fiom her i eal estate THE GREAT INCREASE IN THE SOCIALISTIC VOTE Ilieiiuesti n f u the house na-s U In was to pai the fill's Fei hap- I iln i pnson ua- thi place 11 hi re his fi ten I is m had nn ise.1 that the ind tlie (TI w.ietimett batwinld loleiate tin iihalnlta >f Lifoln shi uld in ier d asking toi iiatii nal ie f n [i smnptive inllllf n "Mi andl, i of fV de- bate in a few words sai ins the mintiyi onld tsutih trust thi h inse to dlsihiiffe its full 'Inn in 1 hi h iied im i lavoi il It niiJuMon the i, ti.ui next Mondav tj m u I held without anv help from the government If thf utv of Chuogo 01 the uty of New V, ashmgton 01 St vante.1 a fan its business men coukl ruse thr- nei He thoiiKht the bill would j-ass and it w, uld l-i up t i [intii and to i liimliii- He that hi> would have t j list his foi some parti nlai site and that inte would lieiast foi ht When th. n ,t tin, lull ame up he u nlil i-l I i- i le against the pi itlon I lea I Illi Mi M is, f M ,s.sai hnsetts alsti the bill Hi that if the fan should be In Id am wlnie it sh mid held m Wash Hut he had si me doubts as to the lu-al ilitv of hoi ling a fun He thought Iliat MIL fall w hen-i held would result m a I s.sof several millions to th, uoienimeut Then weie i th, i measures that di manded mole inimedi utiou Hewasagains the proposal in until other matters of mole irtnnit that affected the treasiu v could Mi Kjuisas also opposed the bill IN THK s HM.TON Feb -'1 smite lls- i of a amount of lalendai I nnrt iisinssml at some lengih Ihut without le- hultl tin Ilklahoma town site bill I hi i mteieme leport on the bill tnim rease Democratic Ixiaden AM Orcatl; Elated, but Kejolce Moderately for Fear of Lofting Tory Leaden Sounding Public Opinion Before Acting on Parnell Report. LOMXJV Feb 23 -Ths result of the Ger- man parliamentary election? baa astounded the emperor and abundantly justified tbe op- position of Prince Bismarck to the practical application of the ideas of state MK-ialism en- tertained bv hii imperial In i lew of the remarkable strength shown by the Social- ists at the pplls it must be assumed that the nui'iber of the people of fjermany who prefer itemociatu s. cialism to imperial socialiim is greater than the emperor had belieied, and nlso that the number must largely increase m tho near future through the enthusiastic gitition of the notorious demo, ratic lead- i Ths Socialists are with jov at their viK-.-e-y.is ixmgratuUtions are pxiurmg in upon them from every country m Europe Compaiativelv little disorder has been ob- wri able in any part of Germany, a fact which ia due m a great measure to the advice of the lalirt leaders who realize that 1m- moderaLe conduct on the part of their follow- er ptt-i-iiv their htn of I llltli i i 1 nil 1' IM 1IIK P nl II i anso in an estimate if the expendltuies of the lernnunt bi him thej ex (hull I tin tempts Hi the people to pal s, t, H it ;ias late Pi niisi hania said he had not it this late dal dehintely made up his Ion i site Ht- pjnise i tne pit jxisitlon IM th, i, was too litth- tune f n i I in m is'f It was not a I 1m n pi aios. fi un pntnoti, ntitii, nt Mi lilnm nnd of I-ouisiajiafinoied Wash j Mti n Hi l-elieved howeie! that nhei I i i the fa i would hi Id it w, nld result in till "li'nl st Ixinflt to the South VilllUnot Maine said that no class of 11 pli wi il 1 mure gladh in tbe in than thi men who ai rie.1 flag The dii in i Id not thnnk thi man nho plead 1 tht at t heie Mi U il-i n of West iigniiisaid that fairs alln.ie.lth, tirmal feelnv eiiR, ndei erl b> lie nni riiex 1 the spmt nf one is ti HI anl ar, used luitiinat i i nil tn the thi It tt e m was a gieat emit it must lie curried on bj the inn, nal nmem and tile se it of the na .lunal gi let nment uas the plai i where it -bould In hild I ndei the tinan ial scheme he fan would rot tliegoietnnn-nt no more t held in Wa than it w, nil anywhere Mi alifornia atliocatod St I.- m- laim If it was to a financial h m-s.cn HI pin eli he said the! sh jntd ad mtisefn bids In the llissoini the tort i isit is would seethe leal spnrce of tb of New York nnd L hi aco and HouldhmlM Ixuis tht i-entu of it all The commeu-e ot thispuati dlp> UTI eeileil ten f, Id tht foreign i ommt K e of New and ,st lyoms wasat the loniuieiKL- of the great st mis of that se who wel" thiieafti-i that the bill as it I jias-sfd th, senate was intended tocorrect that mi-si, that the house had amended it so .is to allow ai nars of pensions m iiiib cases J at the toiif, ien-e was on that print and I at the lesnlt was pia, tuallv the adoption thi- senate bill as Mgindli uienrs luint, all iwed The semte then on motion of Mr Plumb 1 i o, eedeil t the consi leiation of the house I ill to pn i ide for town site entl les of land m 'klahoma Mi Plan h mored to suUtittite the senate 1 II >n the same subji-ct foi the house bill Mi Bf ri opposed the substitution and ai against it Mi said that the senate amendment lonfened no rights on anv ]-ervm m anj I toim whatciei it the end of alone discussion the bill went 01 cr till Mondai Mr t-st giiing ni> tn-eofan amendroent whu h h, 11 >nld then tin to tht senate bdl prowling that all laims in t, wn sites if maili bi a I Ihe I in the house of oiniiKiis lune i ist ni tid the pi mm ml mmi K, 'i ,-t is soon us J-KIS llile thi fin ilii Li the lepoit of the Pal ill i on missi 11 his had in then prehininai i to at tion on the mihehnise lh iiyntsaif infoini-'d that ioa tun will In laKt- i m the lepoit until h soi 11 niuit is adi as to the mamiei I I'M Hiption ot ihi riot time nt In the i m th iseof the goi ininint leil as eiidHiice if his int'iitmtK n to resign the hancellor hip l f his i, agi nt ot the I mtt i ntoii pi i >i it shall be 1 statis, the time mid ai d sta'c-s nrli u h 11 us m th, ix I t. i mtu ne! 1 mialid Iht senate thin passed the foil iwing bills Ini leasing hunts of iost foi public bull 1 m_s us f il, ,ws Sin rancisco s te to HKI Saiianiento al to SSOOIKK- n pas, lex Omaha Neb to !KK) Malmg a] piopnati ms foi j nbln build as follows A.imai-olis Md ruilisas Mo i-J ilH) IKKI Ial iddiLimali Pa "iidlKiii Bintr Falls Pa Abln -.in Kas If) Quo Murtmslj irj rlnliiiii Ka-s JIWUKII) ZanesMlii 0 Knijioiia Kas Dlniinri and atorbm i tomi London Conn Yningstoin O jHOIKK) The bill to imend the copi right went 01 er at the sng -tstion of Mr Hairis The bill in, reasrig the pension of the widow "f Majoi (.eneml to Ma vear was taken up but the committee in pensions up rted an aiiuuilnient making the j-ensi m m mt', Mr MtPhervon imied to amen I the Jinendment bv making pen- nvl'iou month but as o-ition WHS made In --en itr i-s and H ,1 ns and as thei-e was ni -mm [inseiit Ihe bill wis laid a-l le w nil nt n tion i i 1 i n f e xecntue session the senate 1 ijo lined until Mondni IN THE COMMONS it'nu the Heplr lo the Mistake lib J' In the h nlst of ii m i n n_ Mi Lal> inch, n the REV JOINER NOT WANTED he r.dored Penplr of Oberlin, V. r Fii'fteli lell Mini to RVIEICH V L Keb Ji I.a.-t Sim Ki I M Jon -i the alleged English Ha" inn. (lit of Rand 1 ih .oinli tl e h lidais made his aj [jeir to a Mcth ,f 111 nni nt w liat sums h id been jwu I to the nfn n i Ul l n ind what l lod tli. pin mil s u Ml Mltthpws home secri-tai y thnt aion lii 1 aut meiied u mi nt licmthi go i i mui nt sin, e he had testified IK f re the ml commissi m Ml Laluiuuei n f aim hill out il-to lie s it udmate till (Oinll )UI1( lls WIS II Je, t, (I Mr Vit'miD klind l.lul jm in inoM-d ui iimen Inn nt t. tin addiiss n gift'mg that i ui inijis'i s sjn? Ii hid not nipnti ineii the null, i t fi M telucation in thi, pimialv j in hi I II i I In u 1 Stanhope set rptarv of war I ui-, to a questii n whuhei the rpi etit Lit 'I in tt e ol 1 ell ,lst-Iel ml fi 1 I in Harjiei s was not an n ,f Ibe inihtai i emulations e-c the opinion that it was not rie had loneifi with loid U olselev 'Hi the sub {pit and thi latter had nnsneied tliat h- had not mt, n led to mtringe thearmy legi lati ms an 1 nssn-ed him (Sta the rut M, d would not IK- K Mi in i inn ud i ent w is i Mr "smith anno mi, I thit thi- I t lh n t t II I f i n, i his FAVOFUBLE FOR LECONEY rtMtlmooy EipUlnlng How Blu4Hl 1 lo be on Hli Slipper. CAVDBN N f Feb i.' rin I et inurdei trial was rpsumed i In (tit) first for the defense wns F t d Uo rough i lark of tbe com t who testiln-.! that lie hail known Chalkkr LeConey foi th ight jeai-s that his conduit toward meoe, Annie wis likt that of a Ntln-i Professor lolm the mui, of Pennsvlvama tliiiiiihis opinion "the mnrdeiwlgnl In I In n Iwtween one- half and tin, h m i IH n t mnd lefmse M m theafter- 111.011 1111 ihe itttmpi to mtriKiure certain tt it id, n e I i tin pi ise n was lulled to the mattei in the si nate and a i ommittee of inquii up ;ximtcd ol Hemmgiiav has been state :ren.sniei t, i fom veaisj Tim Tune-, Denim i at s Jackson special nayi x lieasmei was hi i nni nn ommittee of the legis ntnro V nn i iliei ot the in an it- linn sni.l th, ommittee would lepoit o-dii M, uiuhih- Himingwai will n UnMii again with a statomrat that will nobaliK xplam the delli It satlsfm t Heiillliniins was seen, but dei Imisl to naki am st nient until the has id Hi -aid he hoped a full ixaniina n would made bi fiom thn he- inmnj: of his teim oi toth.- lose WKFKLY mm- IIKVJEW COOLER WEATHER IMPROVES BUS- INESS IN bOME LINES Mn.-l.il> l Ii i ,t ubl, Mh I ast I'r irtir illi i t lux, hlim le d VlHrkot Id h lh, I I K Mi1- II little uinn in in 1> I htllt ItOT! lilin I i, r, n ix J Fians the incoming tieasnrii st i that Mi Hemingwaj has tin mil oiei to him ash and tlOOdcKJ m bond-, cou polls, et anil that Iln settlement is uiipli te It is geiierallj tx IK- ed that Hem- mgnin mil be able to explain evi-nthmg jatisf t. rih The sit t N H no Nash la ompant liur, i, 111 i han, land at th l tbe i htiith as sent to it an.t torn thi- i erv ftrat obj, I 1 tn his present e 1 hm-sdiiv thei-- c, tions a lerv i I tin n anlar i mini i mnotnig it I "r wa- not vi tl' i lat'on mth Ihe 1 re l iniKalifp an 1 to hole -u i a man I lit the ui (In I pi u 'i a.- I, 11, ions siud iil'hl.l al uit th-v I'l.l not pi Ihe in 1-lections Bm.ll. F, b results of the elec- aoii- isfii i- knoivn ate as follows F.lei t j -d tiiesii in National iLiUti's'i eiitnsts "ij II So- i Pile- HI AlsatiuislO f, I lo. i ats 1 Hants I In I iboral I lie ha 1 otswilllw m m tho lonttsts ten -eats whl, llllloe out -ted bv 11 onser ii 1 I in M ils L National Liberals '41 mi t I Hissniigs 40 Sooilists u I I i i ide t lit In -ih e-l-. In Irelnnt! tlltt pels i Ui i t_, d i tins thing th. 1 ot 1 L hi i fan ill Keu u! M bnl; m r> 'art in Island in i> n jxtpulam i an 1 population that ncnws the H i tson and m r th in lUui of ax oiu f the on ho taken into arLountif is to a fiaanua] [_i living of >ifw in tuh saatl that to listen to Lhit.agii one uould suppose the fan was to be a -h H titv wa> ton n-i i an i theienas no other cit in the counti j but was incia! In it- sun otiixiings compared ith New Y.ii Mi of New 01 k m n 01 k m e the incuts we site gne iis the tan and ue anexjxHitionof whichever Anu l ittui u i i pl-otnl Mi KJ.W f ork pleaded eamesth f "i k A siimll affair he vild such a> a mti in publicun t Lhu in Xii >n arth> of New Yoikvald that the oi.l at ksne was whether the fair ibuul.i be u, .onaj or international was it to us loin loft nun nhn i lljtit ille_. 1 r talH tiKu then w 11 icineml th t he tlmt m .ntl Ins i Pimdnlph i, onl >1 as the i Bittj-h hidlieui mt- H I mi n It It th.lt la unit Quak pira Ii 1 andpia t (ft six i ii i ill mil uU ,e u> n _ioes nl.i h n likeh ti IP id in pate ran- troubles I fton lime. CLIFTON Ptb JJ IhAweathei vesterdav was i Itar and c ild an I fie attei dance fair First nr-e 1 in lie I ivt Dn tmu I 1 tin Ioi _-. .John first L I 4s I bird 11 Mv Own 1 J-i I 'mth rict the L ni en lilt-, i i n i h u a nbl 1 tt s, cue bjt i In tlie polne liium; Ilntnln MAT Jiecmei LOND N I ell >-J Till iM-s h.i 1 i ma." ,lf ltv nhl h mis till, vl to m ei fl m mj; Ini, mp "as liv Hon Rolnii ol Full Ritu Mass Ihospeikri alliilulto hlssunniseat i strike in and at th" nianufaitniiisMhn hail onlen la uitdown He hnl tal en puns toexninnio into the and found that the lonpnm jrai I a 'i IK r ant diM.lt id la t ten that its stoi k will v Iling foi sliaii' alKiti pn that tin tiniilil foi tliw alviiit OW 01 if the r inipant sbmilil hate as g a as I ist itu.mll n p, i lent cn tht. diMilei d miking it ID i o nt He s.iw no leas, n foi the ledi tin i in t'l pn titeort'i market anil he ill In t hi lieie trod hoi Uis tiisheti to add J pi cent to then liM.l.nds at the tin ir la IM I llln F'l> Ii I. Dim s sais i mij m biisi i less iili leni than it an- s, 11 i il of wplllh, I his a soim lines of ttade nnd w ilh mt I, ni n th 111 i t me m H-ttinii.i miiMts whil, the I edn, tion m he 1 link ol I upland IHI, fi ,m n to'> jx-r en! with its Imp, Ilium gold Im lh i ust ditiimishe iln him, e fin, ilium nt di naiids fiom alnoad tin he ilh hind Keiu i il trad, is not in, rent. its m i i n i e m m i, Ml- an I while its HIM 111 ss is iiidiiiiled In (he oi, in n in e of fiiilnifs 11 tn muni as the of phenomi nalli nnseas malils weathei be oiiiphiint ,f ti ms is ,0111111011 nd rath i m mismg II, U m mgsthiough anks at w ,ik f, H In-low tlxvs.-of the oi i esji, last "i t cent nt I'lnliidi Ipiu.i nnd hnago he in i, as, w ,s hanlll I t ,-pnt and at all thiitiiii-s, dy alioiii 4 ,eiit a i lal.led, Im no n the i, s nt lute of AT IITIIKR riTIK-. nnsin.ss !t Host m IK i at hei dull as on ml Mi'hpri-es fanning bun-rs mote lltlll 111 ,1 1 L, Kids llltll COttllllM fillip ut int, iii w iis hides ni-e dull nnd ionii-slii tiiiikei and the sliiv- Hie ot tnlh I'lnlad, Iphiu the 111 goods liinl, IH not w lint it slmul ln> foi hostnson vntism pi, lading though I 111 I lie Is lull, 1 111 I a f (t-l U eoal is lull itdiiiii lull th, t ifllli t with slow rolle, tl, is ind the 11 ll le lepi esseil Wlthioll 1 -nsieli I Nt t I K gt am leeeipts lust irai s and letelptsol pl.Hluttsand ird in-iiiiuh m d ,ul le mill a gain tin i i it nml mipi u m m In and wool but no n in 1, tin diy t Wltll lasl leuri, 11 lldi is onh fan 'i i i, tin 1 lint the i not ountl l i ittds h ill some Im, nth, i U tti i fi 11, i taihiti-s than win hut at -n Ki 88 CENTS o Daisy Sewing Table ONLY 88 GTS. A.S a Special Price vvh'le ihe pres -at lot lasts BUY ONE NOW, ha i I and tin h Ii t l I ad lonilit lions Unm lletioit ohseri ipprehemli'.l fiom the mild it, illn i Ittauk s xt, inks! tun, has i urn aiiHiiinis ami iiild weather h >ine t lii, toil, ai the stmks in main mum stoi s 1 u, n pom fiom Omaha St I'nnl m, Dintei anl in lerd Irom most wist in an I south in but at I itt tiade is lathii inaitiii and at I'ltta- I UIK HUM is inker Ihe m, l, 'lists I onlli i i n, with a l Had, but husiii s.s in 1- IHTII.N TKMII 1- It 1 he foi i ign 1 1 i h> ol thei-oimti fatoiable as n was two months oitt.ro of lotton ha.s Januait -h w an 1111 lease m thnt iti m of iiHHKK) ml mall tin prim u. ms.f ah nit IKHI (ion w hn h nidi, an of Illllxills lit lib lilt fill ks, f h.binait Ih, hott s, ant mi reav an I it i of f import loal is not as i Tlie tsitl and Intli Tumi Ni t i k mid th, inn its an ii'ilt Hi il ill' _ thu Uh.i-t r i ear s HII lipoits ol Is I ru e Is '01 n, tin lov -I II inn, h 's I s, II i i KI iwmg 1 1- ,1 nth Ills rdvoie last ills with ops 01 n nnd the cut I.I. N'M II I I! I', ID si i III. ERIE STORE. nf H I.rMNGTON Is M -u-Mai Illl IMI11JI ll mibli> Ii i live hi a.1 sol 1 for nin In b in U illmn Hiltli Unv blk Ev  n AB'nc n f f n Ellah n, r, I w il Bios p f A dor, Bostou rriX) Billi M ik, s ,rr r, Jopfnicr I, nnr-t  Mn Ituso blk f O Adjms >J 101 storm ih in B stiinfoiil Kin, ii! 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I In i s h I, me stiHdv 111 1 111, M I u I ill j l I I l1 ill III 1 line ol XJM Its II .lillmilll ll I liii, I I i ents toi the week j nl itlon i i i stiongei at J nts I but "iigai Ii is not i liii llfTTHl M-M IM, IN It is difll, ton, imt foi H tone whlih Iraili exisl- m lh, non IIIMI t hi and at Ihilnlt Iplna iinliss it due tiiholie that v iih( in non win, h is now m fiom III. 1 1 us. jtei toii to PiUshing and selling tin somewhat Inigili In n- af', l alTei I i i rn lathi i than n I ni m u kefs I he-i lodn-tn n h is Us n Unit serious slum exists u, to th, id i thr hum id imdiu'ii, n s, mjiti< n ol woik [it tin old wag s In tin -diking  n AI i d states niliu i to IIP ir tin n> is now ir per ahftm I in, oln son if ison to IK'! ie that tuiloi_s John -I secon, time I 1rd rt D _Hl-v' t1 Til' f .r i >n-tia a t n a tn r1 i gnsta j j h in In In Pn nilgai flrst o 11 thud tnnt L nipiie (ru K thud time I JO Fifth race lnr n_v Tht B. n r ibi 1 time I S.xth 4. 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