Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 3, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , MOND VY, MARCH 3. 1890. No. ‘JI. HEPHESEKTA TI VE BUSINESS HOUSES S. J  -»«:• OF DUNKIRK 4 NKW IU 1.1 Mi >1 % (' ll INF. (<«r rilling A *li kin I* of blank* Is the latent audit*©** «<* th** Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Company. LKXANDKK’N Loa! an't W***d VarU. 7 PSBH I. >Ion IL lf. T. UMI.PII, .VI D. I’hy-irian ••••I Ni»r»r*‘OB office over Lf ii’** Ii* ag -*u*»n*. ll -I Uute ,( antral Avenue Tell phone No. ti I Hill* m*) lie left a' I yon’*. special ANNOUNCEMENT 'TDD DA KT A I O., Patent Attame va WIA 7th ( ^ St, Washington, I*. npp I * ti Patent Of* I Pat*** ti* < a rente and lf*1 ie* non ©©eared I Ii a*le M.u k* n ffi i< re!. All Put ••at beatae'# I I u«r el l*»r HOM tern Ie Kci**. informal* ai i Vdvioe ami *|N-i:ial rrkrencM sent ou reque-L A Rf SSI AX MISTAKE. THE CZAR SURPRISED AT THE ACTION OF BULGARIA. TWO THIEVES CAUGHT. FROM WASHINGTON. Central Avenue, oui*o*>iU* Ni<-kel_l‘[an lint! A J |*Ot All grails of W m<li Luiuts-r. Shingles leliv    Correa pontenot toilette*!. ■mmTBan vW) ami I.Hth. Pre* for w Loleta Ie lot** w*f‘O'*'A v .tv h I VIM VOS IN All *^l I' I VAN I a iowol et* Ii moat ll. *»! .ob ei«filovnii*iit at home or travetin*. No Milt tt-mg. Hut ie* <k*’i vernier an I making col Ire!,Oma. No P*>.i ii * aril' Ad fie-* with stump. ii AKIU Am. ii | na, Ohm. ill 4 CKX. ti. MANN, Practical PliiaBwr, Ma \ ami Bleam Fitter. special attention e*ven to sanitary Plum hi ag Kali mate* given on Pl umttiag, ii aa Fitting, steam Heating am Hot Air Furnaces. *7 K. Thin! street. ■ I K. (ill KOKO, WI and 13ft central Vee It. Artistic Photographer. I natant «ne-.u-Photoifraphx oi Ital.i**e a a pee.alt) filter* acted not wait for aunahiae except nu cables I I < Kl Ii III Si llEKlf—.I A M KS IRVIX*. Pee I > pricier, No. 16 K. Sronnd street, near I*"'" fain street, Dunkirk, N. Y. M.m azines, Ms •ie. Pamphlet#, et*-., bound in all «t> if - < ^ J prompt*' attended to. All work guaranteed. ii UKC HK IPS CHIH'KKKY HOt’SlC, .‘{ti** Ventral Wen **. Wliol«wale and retail dealer rn I port© I and toniest!** China. Glassware, A'*. ill AN. It. ti A Itll C's, MJI Ventral Ave. Meu-VV eral Io*>uraiiee, I.lie, Ve©id*-iit md I r Before traveling inMire your lie m the obi reliable “Traveiera’.” Ileal Estate Agent I,«ta im ncjt'diaU-d on tiro pert v. - iHVlTAt yUA HOTEL, ^ /    Kates,    ii    |*er    day. I.! very and Hoarding stable in eon nee lion. Victor Hider, SU and .iii Lion street. i GTY BA It BKH SHOP I ,    Chaa.    Nag ie, Prop., Coder Cake shore National lunk, corn-, tenter and Third atm©!*. A flue #t*x-x * Coreign and I louie** tic (gar* * HIN KCI N A NDN, I j    as-    I enter street, Prset.t ai borae-rUioei *. Partieular attention pao* to laterfermg nor**-*. .shoeing of roan ti , lr.•ttiug horses a specialty. Iwi-ii to > in piny a few la lie- on tatar, j charge of til. Im-iiies* at their I .I ght, very Un- i ating and Ileal th f al fin |M-r «k eel*. He ie*-* nee given. G***d part I me. Addr, an with sd nip. Mils low VV alk KU, Com-* 11 Ie, Iv y. to lake home#. Wag* -* I av for Al A Ii cill*! til >Ilium A '•'►'Til cm bf ma! ' m *    \\    m    n    I    i    U'    Pc    rs na po * f rte.I who can tm rn Vt .* Si *rs an J . ive their w I tim. to the beam t aa S.. irem>>in -ti sail J In-pi oui- I ,il»!y *-m,ik>y< t .cl-*>. A t a vat en. ic* tit *•»©■ - i amici ie. Ii. p. JOHNSSON tV Cfi,, iuiy Af air nu. Kit ninon I, Va. llr tNTI I* An c ive t;iiO I.i'ell Sis lf lo ne- rn in* nth n rt e I ii ' i I diiiii. cor, orated I / ft p;4y,at co-op r hep La'jfrner.il iii re ..nil cmd ala virid, of arf**. I > fug hem and I.inn y use, mea h nm*11 * i > t wn, ii i .in * rural I ric X.l otto in* mliei-s Pa1 I ti; Ce' ti'i < w(«Mt (MN* In V a Ii. -e it wt I r t-Ke e cot c an ti. Knr -trc Cke-opciat.Vc Assoc! at on Cock I So s nm). N. Y* The>f 3ormon Eiders’ book ■ on HOCd Ho* rib, n !‘**i flea to uanrdhi ate**, a.ju. Cha P. si. Crouch*SM* uraud Et. at ar York He Ikonrltf He Hod Hi# Cit I Ie Prlnrl- pality I tiller HU Ititiml*. bul la Now UUile* < iv f<l — t he Disgrace of Brand Duke \ tad I ta 11—An Irishman flued for VV inking tit a Pig. I .on i xix, March 8—The Russian gov em- meat no ic •<    ti/-**    it'    mi>take in making a ’ in ’- amity ujx>n Bulgaria, in re-r qt;< ’ of that principality for a: iii* independence. This is one D w. i« ii ituv-ia has bel*l over Ii.*- empire's tm**!#* were dom* u i-, <i't ■ > .bly eiigaiffNl in re-i it r** .!ly intending to remain * :ti -lilly if th-- *lighte«t pretext Hind for s ch action. It was of liitwd that Rulijaria was unable to (* ■ >t ikicM ra Ii I© jKirtion of the sum hemtim rather peremptory tone s*** j i -1 - it atli. T<» the astonishment - A* rmnetit, b**wev* r, I*ul ;aria *■1 her jerfect w iUingnesH to |»ay, t*'i t' »li',;u't and to the dtsaje deuii.ii ply to t INS Of ii.-' W Baign* *« t iuniit in lh 0fdrills? oft! th* i i * rn could Ic ! emu ss- pr* -pay v\ n a deman*! I, of Ile i'» of Ole* Cir Im' infill ta* much to Rt {•obit u.-ent balkan * of pi* c-ij ga ria as w itll Du I) IN K I ILK I. \ I.N I N V* OBVKKVBB. I,argent Daily m the County. An unequalle.1 a IverliHtig im dtuin. yUNKHtK BJK* IN K KHIN Vi t’VHH’ANI. I- or inert > setlew A P«ip»»le. Manufacturer*-of Hug me**, Iknler ,, I til.*•>**, j Shat ti ug Bauge rs, el*. Patterns, I-urging*. (jKeting*., ami Ma* lime \%**rk tootler. DUN Kl BK NHI IIT VVC. JOI, ** aud J- > * center aire* I, Manulwlurem "f bm “Cromwell” ami "Dunkirk" im rlecl • ilttmn IirtT' Nhilta. Mil Bate in all lea*lmg furnishing, ololii!ng ami dr} g****ds bovine# rn Dunkirk. I V r. TDV IM KY, I I .    V:U    ami    *»    Lion #tr ‘et, Dealer in Flour, I-etui, alt, Hated Ila} , I ‘ K,tobli.lie.lt 1*77. I'HIK HOTFX .n,i inning Sal.Min, I'nim*1 In. Depot Kaay acce**# u» ail tram# ami i*u*-ineaa houiiea. Heat aoconna«alaU*»na for Cum acor* "al Travelers-    .... .I ob it J. Murphy, Prop. K * HLEKN At CVC, to7 ami toto F: Third atreet. Fine Furniture, Cabined Mare and I |» auguring. Picture Frame# iua*l«‘ l*» ooh r. WAIT lf lf Mfcfen    —Wha    mmCm b\° MATTISON A CVC, SIU Central Ave., Leaiters of Kaah ton and Gentlemen Outfitters. VKF.CC NT KAM HKATIMJ VVC, ii FOR llanufacturen* of 8 team Heating A p par atua. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty.  - ---------- I JOMK ST KASI I.VINIUB. our 8|*erialties:    Fine    Shirty I«r; Collar**. I Sc: Cuff#, Vc, amt I.acc t una til. Free Dr-Avery. A VV. Cumming#, AIT Center street ll.' IU OCH VI, K. THI ad Bt., cor. «*f Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine ll*xii# A Hh«cs ■ * BN KY VY KICKK’h NKW MTOKK, Pl. I- ll Third si Ihx.kB, sum ry, Mn- cal ■ i- * lr ti men ta, VI a ga* I v.r<*,l Mil) .im I " cek l\ I .< '**'< s, and every thug |iertatniiig Cia rtr**t etnas Ixx-k store. S* 11* m >, |t«M»ka a i*|K*cialty. I OB PBlNTINVi of every description amt at #J lowest living rat*** by Dunkirk Printing Company, a aud lo K. .'eeond st. JU. VAN    BU BKN A    NVfN, Fir*-    I ife, Accident and General    Insul ar -    Deal ers in Beal F-sUtc ami L*«na. Par. ten tar aUention paid    u* the cvre *»f    pn»pertj    collecting rent* Ac.    tlto Center bL.    iud tb«*r. Saturday, March I ut aud regret af the many Russian w Ii.-a* r***'nt ma**hinatknas in the •it • h ive all lieen in th** directi**n *» ai’n :* Rus inn inva'ion of Bul- t he ti-.dt of ber faiiore to cxmiply . *h-rn an* is. A bt KKtS IllSfiRArE. (ira ai Duke Yludimir‘» disyraoe at is due t«* the * I g-'hi very that 400,IKM) have hen st* leu from the treasury of ;*et >1 A* ad mv of Fine Arts of which < id-nt. The money was iutetided to I t «»f th* tine church U-iu^ built on th-- < 'u \ :» i'-ii Mi ll. th** aite of th*-late ezai s nm rd r. to h*- <h*l aleati*wi was teamed by th. fact that m t.e* It w*ulptor, Ok*mr, <lis-erv.iute I ii!- bill *>: 0,000 rubles for work done. The bt -I. vvii. h t**-ii. it learned th* re was no ch it. Tins <-/a ■ hn.s apjKHiitied a <H»mmissiot» of officials to int*- fixate t he matter and is sn id to Is- fin; his over the scandal. On a j o , i o h- i *n. wlieu the su^g**sti*»n arodg* tluP I* -. itll r Is* '• ut to the ('aucasiis, the <-ziii - d YI olio dr really was n->t surticiently for I; ' nets to Is* haishh-al. but pl- it will probably exhaust the im-perihi patit*n*N\ HP WINKED AT TOK PIO. r* laye that a -at may hxvk at a kins; is iv in n*. I *r-- I sound Nevertheless in I a matt may not wink at a pi~r. Ed-• U ini •’ <1 Kiult was cm Th urn* lay -.-I t*» ti.I*- * month.-.’ imprimament for .*;•( '>**. Hi * f with which Mefiinley -J th *« | ti>--d Ii!** tty was the jiroperty of *lti I fat ti!-*r, and, by a remarkable n :    n a louie Rule butcher was al#*ut » ;r- ’.i; <» t!.. jim sial. when .McKinley, also I* Me Ruler, w inked at it. The pr**speotivo r*l • <*r I , in u j ion turned his lgu-k upon » pi,*-, nod t i** o\vn--r had MHiinlev ar-•*!. I'li pi .-, while regretting Mctviiiley's • 11 .ne, * - \} in -' satisfaction at the - t 'him I ti-in of sifTairs. since n«i butcher - y* *1 *r -I t** purchase it for alimentary S | e ■ STK. lilt IN T Ti AI {E HEAD IT, r-ji,• j, , .jit of the detente on the • I 11 • h use of (NHu'itons was • lo \ ’*-'* u*r to Lab n< •!•* e to • nat .eoi lh - |»‘Mn who yavv* hit* iii I ii <*! ti. - * <ii *‘Witi*»n Is ‘ *s*n Kalin-i.!    -'I. La I sup her** smit -I an <-.c- i 5    • ii r nd w ith nu alacrity • th *1.-.: age wsi i e'in^ to .vt *    ' • i- it * * u a slit* «■♦ (vi-o-r, of- 't r. and blindly iuvit*«d d I man to read it al*Hid. oiiective «*;irs and ey«, •-* si!ut, Int Welister . '-liaJk*npe ami a un-at .to up {rota the I.iUial v-i.s Ii** cannot divulge i av** I**on tunny wild aunt's identity. It is iv, however, that he ;    ii Kir Francis Knollys, ii *■ > ics private s*st< tary. - .'GE Is TELLING. • I * ■ i:t s in answer to an Jelling me***big; of the I « j en: * bp is no kxjjc-r ebk* to at-►o* h ‘ • . jigs with c> mf ort, owing t •    -ss an I    it iv to a -I    i*' I Mu- rr:-idly fat i-rned i ' -    \ til *. 'Ho «•■> it-' with o -i - Iv    Niu- he is on1 j PA, aud his .I    * nod actu.. given nut ny moi. vt .* « f pub- rk i u hon on of coft.-ct;jig old silver nr- -t a; yr :> .- ii cli nax i I    I    here on to lim I tv, when Th# Clapp Family Don't Allow Themselves to be Kobbed. Rtutvtsaxt, N. Y., March S.—The family of Ijmdlor-1 XV. H. Clapp is a I Kid one to rob, and two thieves now in jail have realize I the fact. The Clapps are peaceable people, but will fight for their property. Two welldressed stranger* entered the hotel a few ilay* ngo w hile th** landlord’s 17-year-old son win m charge. The mea want*-.! aandw i ‘h**s on-l v**uug Clapp left them to have the order fill--I in another part of the Ii *». The strangers did not tarry to eat, but jmi . mg for the sandwich*-* immedlat- ly departed. \ ouiig Clapp lat- r <T ce! *1 that the mouev drawer had is va roWed of I'JO. He seii»*i a large c*n* Isiy revolver and start***! out aloin in pur'iiit of the thieves. The two men were overtaken two mil* s from til*' vil-lr.ga and ai -wered a d' tnand f«*r th** money with ugly th:eata The boy drawing his re* voicer aecured the “drop" on them in the mo*to approved Western fashion anti **otn-pelled th a to .ii'gorge. TIipv produ>-ed the CJO, with the addition of 5u *N-uts in small change, all of which young Clapp jKH*keted ami return-s| to the h tool. When I .an. 11 ml I la p r turmd home and heard the story he was indignant. Th** 7-0 centi* did not appease him. ll*- w ant <1 more than that th** arr* to of the tliie' *■*—s*» ne Uiardcd a train to intercept th ■ thi -si-s, amt the two crooks aee’.ie I b* b el their hard luck when the land'-»rd came iitKm them an-l turtle*! them over to the law. PROGRAM OF THE WEEK IN HOUSE AND SENATE. THE FISHERIES QUESTION. Several Nlyaterlon* C *»n fere nee* Gulag ai at Secretary I lain*-'*. Washington. March 8.—I) -<pite statc-menta t*i th*M*outrary, thor * i- cot-- lerable agit at ion iii Aim-i'i an-Br.* Ii diplomatic circlea growing out of the Behring sea controversy. Although there ha* be -ii no formal conference at the stat * *1 >>irtm«*nt it is notan unii'iutl f'i y lit for th** Bn'* h minister''. equipa <- t<» Ie* s -a -t Hiding in front «>f Secretary Blaine's re-idenoe. i' inisier Chari-n Kmory Smith, who has rwiutly been appointdl minster to Russia, is also a fr«*«|ueni v. it-*r at th** b g re«l house, ami it may la* n icinfi twii, but it is usually at the s un** ti ;e that Uir Charles Tufter ami Sir Juli in l aumcfotc an* pi - ‘ut. Am aug the arrivals at the Arling! •»> Sat-urday night was W. 1^ Put nam of I’ortland, Me., who to ik a proinin to | e t a-ii commissioner on the fart of the United States in the «iis*-a-.-ion of t ** fisheries «jm*'ti*-n a year or so ago. It i' un-Ier'to--1 that Mr. Putnam will also Is* in ; ■ I to « ‘ult i«- «*onf«-r.*e s at the Blain** Ii -, a- I nu u t1 .* iulion of the difllcull) is ceti:.'■•ut I;, pre*ik-ted. CANADIAN INDEPENDENCE. K league I -nine*! at -Gmtr*- ii TYilli Hie Ol*j»-<-t of si-ftirin" It. Mhttrh a l,    March 8.—A    Ie    ae has I teen form    I    I    -to t-»    bring    i*.»ut    th    .    n-lt-u*-** of Calinda by ixifc}. All lh** Am :*:• -nu powers arc to i« - a'k Itoexertth m-■< a1 influence and, if need !**•, c »m*ert*Hi ic lion t-» lr* ** the country from the lr.st •-    ; • of i urop* an to hey w ill hit ce united ,‘luhK in the country. invited to coes who have of the final s throughout .he league will I*** under lite a sujwv-ne council, av hose actious to M*cret. r <lep>*irtiire, exiling after n*oent Mr. Blair Thinks He C an Have HD Fdu- rational Biti l’.e***l Thi* Week- The Naval I »(elision mid Trust Bills t<» Cm# Up Next—Aa lateresting Time in the House. XV Asm notun, March 8.— The senate will likely r mine *h nj i ierati**n of th** Blair edu-**nt tml bill to-day. It has g**tie over no many Hines now that Mr. Blair is inclined to pii'h it to a vote l**-f<>re long if poaaible. He bn t -pu -si in the various p<)Kt}XMi«*m*-nt«, it is umic -to I, tiecause be foun<l it necen* -ary to o* tuin reinb-rvvmenta f**r the bill vs l a b w uiii in all likelihood have been de-1’ent I ii :< veto ■ Ii *1 l»***n taken uj#»n it n u< k ago Mr. Blair l**liev«*w now that the HU will pa>s the senate, it remains the un-filii-:. dbu n to lie taken up every day at 2o’cl**> k until *li j*omn1 of. S* , Dale has given noti«*e that when t * Bi ti nill i- Ii- - - * I of h** will H-k the s**u.ite * » t,> .«» up hi- bill for the increase of the na val « 'uubli'bmeQt, ami Mr. Sherman h^ oven tunic that he wall urge tim further «■ deration of his bill to prevent trusts. There i- sure to In* antagonism I tot ween various pending me.isures when th*- Blair bill i' <-tit of th way. it is not regarded as alto-; t tit-1 likely t!mt it will lo* brought ton vote this week. The *!< ?« n«l- ut pension bill, which w*as dis-cu" ! Friday has lost its position ami can lie 11ken up only by a vote of the senate during th - nor ang hour It may b** considered further during the w*-*-k. Mr lr ye i a > j. i va ii notion that he will call up tin* Ba tort*- railroad funding bill to-mor-r**w and d*anan I its consideration at that tone. It is not likely that the floor will I* \ I l*-*l t*i him. as the measure in which he i? 'o much n '>r led will have to b** del a* ted at -iv.st I- a *j I., hire it ran b*» disyw»se*i of. Mr Fry** ' ill probably have to give notice of s um-ot ter day when he will call the bill up im. -1 to ji'k that it be mode a sjn-cial order for that dns\ Th** pr< abilities art* favorable to a rather int iv ting week in the house. Mon*lay will b - in ii\ idual f* *i'i<*n *lnv, vvhieh is s*-t ajiart f i th** rev nit iou of members who have bi ID they <!« in* to have | si"**-1 without I u bv cott'i.j- t-itiou. An effort may lie i i i it* I v tho Hop. bli-aiw, however, to bring up tin* Fen ii - t'»n«*-< ’ate, Arkansas, contested el- lion < a . but should this la* done it is bv no in ins certain that the effort will lie sn**--. 'Sflll. Til- la v and Wednesday will Ie* devoted t*M-hi h i tfton an I pa s.age of public build-in bd . an*l tai Thursday the committee on ii’    r.ll probably call up the pen non ■ 1 trill-o i bill. Friday will lie private hill-; - an I for Saturday no program has benin ta>A-->l about. A REPLY TO MR. REED. Mr. rule on the c--ut i *• with it all th*- l.ii. Ameri- ar uni ora* rati wed for ■ > soup oi I -th** world Noutr I < . will be S.-This ne aa to Fib-l itut •ctions of Lib - ai • Tule-., in *1-* daring f*»r i*i-d«-pendcnct* cat much comment here. J. X Perrau ' an-l ti,-' voting Libra!' areal the head of t! e movement. I tfO ROK'S I* HAK MACY, 30t‘ Central Avenue H* a*i*tuaru*rs f«»r Wall Paper Pa-r.U. < >iln, Ac. IxKUKINH, J. Wh -jew Center street, Manufactnrer an*i*lt-alcr *n Ila roes* sa-1 lieu, In- sties, I oil arn, Trunks, M h p*-, It** ft;»b» Kola -, Horne Ck>vere.<«l*>ves,kl It*-n* an*! st«-igh II'*l«es. Ft In cit F -i t r cut ions a.-I \ > fir at goat an hi*’ i Ii'1 WH ‘I Th* t P’tit, i at I : unpr* an I , ti    . f a; «-;t Cie* i • c* Itoitlng Fie AVa>* I’a*to of Ills Univ. New Youk, March 3. T * World’s Washington special says:    -it    lins long lo-n recognised that in cert;*in ca cs th - jam is mi -blier than tilt* sword: but, ti ' with'tan 1-ing til - p-• »r reputation t at } '■-« have enjoyed for s ane time it he I ut . r ti <til yester lay i*c« ti laid down ns law that ’ • was mightier than gtm{x>w*l*»r. A curt-ms ]***n-viou ct.ss wasd<* *id I y. ter*lay by As-.bt st Secreter; R suey. Marf a Ilunt. the ti *-pendent .. toller of John Hunt. a private in the Fifty-ei ;Uth Iud! cia Y -luntt for a |x- a aion. Itapiears ti at ha I f d av. aervice Hunt on** day p i pie-woman ami at it. Sh' he died, and in the a examination it is    pi    ;aod    he by the pie. ('.lf a    Bm    •    .I* ii , met his *lenth wh    Ie in    th**    bn j if the HK*ther en a    sd    av    her    *1 the boh a {tension siudl lie gm.i* . appl ie I !*- in the a from a • anis -mort*-rn poi * Hied * iii t Hunt cf duty, an*l M lcncc upon L 11 All u ; i. * of the held * b wn wer- I* Olio* © r«ir ex- i r alt • la -s of the t-ix'ct nth c«hi* !i < . * of the aet loden. .ag to Mr*. I -i v • of New York, w>M for $700. * Ii *1 cup of th** Bevent*vnth try f<to . to, s ltoUiO, or over #.*(» j#*r M. Fir CEL IN LONDON. it is t I BLUM BIND. r. It Murray, I    SU l.i**u etr**et. A epe* uiltv i.iadt* of sanitary Plumbing, teem amt Ga* Fitting. Workmanship guar-ntewd I \ Rt'dOLTm, I #    I”    Kaat Tliinl Btr*M*t, FaBhi*»nat>le Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to their ad vantage to Calion me before put chasing elsewhere.    __ I) It. CAKY Si OL, ,    SSS bum *tr**cL General Hardware," bite Ia-a*i,Dila.Painter’a Suppit**# <41 Cloths, Gnu. te"are. A special-(v’o( Hherw n William# Pa • tan*l Monroeraagw. Gall ani! Sos Tiler.] i IIL* M bn*; Ids I kin Btl U Par A ti* in •ll* to si;,' ti *. ti I or n ;* A bor w at*!*. : ai *! on t S* vt n I ported, iii di cc m d. One l*ii! I i T<*1, tk ' cd.-tora!"d Fin-rn-h engineer, • i\ t i ii I * don The chief object of *r with S;r tvlw ird Wat-e proposed tower to Is* c*>n-m I«-a the liue.sot M. Eiffel's ,.gh larger. * r Lim-^oln apparently main* Ii, his physicians any he is el rxprvn their fears that off. !'e experiences little uniformly cbocriuL orm, accompanied by high • Ig i i the Mouth of England i < UaiineL ■as have already lieen re-of wl»;eh three men were A Itffinln? H»»«I s ut,,.ii i,it; Trn«t. Cit ic ago, March 3.—The II*-raid says that with the exception of live <■ . n ones Jill tho ; refining nm! smelting com; , lies of the j United State* have formed a tr st with n capital of eJo.C'*>,0(X>, of which U>.oK»,»mi i' to lie common stock and th * ivrmilling $10,-j 000.001) pre ie rre*i .st<M*k. to lie < >mnioti stock j is to tie us***! for the payment of th** fixe*I proiiertios that go nit.-* th** new (wganizaticm, ami the prof err*''I six *k for th** pun-h <* *>f ore ii*-to siM*h personal property «s it, may be n«*c“ -«ry to have. Th** chief «toto, <•* of th'* ra Deli era, it ito s..id, is to place their interest a beyond the af* > Ute eon;rol of the lead tru-t. I rev the a.lei noon. It:*t*les P-vr1 .pi lft**r Erie, Pa , March 3. — farmer living mar J' hy«lr**(>hobia. Ile lies the casa is well trark -d ag*> he was bitten I'..in Tiroify-Fonr Y«‘am. 'dm TV ii >n, n young ie, is ti., vi tim «>f in «■ nvi toj..,,s, and Tv.*- ity-four y**ars ►u h th-* thumb by a ll UI I Xii, nii ti ti~ blank-books, I* tog* i s, and a l kimb *M blanks lion*- at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 an*! IO FL. Sec*»n*l "t. MOLDEN lf VUKIC Ur the Liquor Habit, Positively Cure^ av ADKimsTtnikta ca. maws’ golcuj SPtc:r;c. RUDOLPH HOLUBMHAI'eC    ! Ii can bt* given In a cup cf Coffee or lea. cr in ar Cor Thinl    ami    Buffalo Ste..    ticks*-! too*'. v\ iitiout Hie kn«*wled^e * i the p.-r- Dealer    in Gramt*-,    Marble.    Flagging    »r.<!    eon I aking It; it teahsoiuti iv barmiest and w.H nun.line    Stone. Call    on    me    lief.»re    bujme    effect a permanent ami ep***<Sy cr,iv, whethet ^    ft I IAN • a «fe H.Vltt ta ll * * » ic bi* ** I H9. .rf! * i iii. r* « a to sixty.four Drowned \ *lis(*a1«’h from Bris- » hip ClVu*‘, sa. which re-- ' m,i oi ii-r voyage from ! far l»n L '.i, luid on <?f these lift w*-r» saved, t un iiiul several «»th»*r ofli- d*»g. A few ©’ce s a a he le’i a nm**bn<*« iii hi- lian*I. ami ns w**m u- it rec. ho i his shoulder he was seized by ti:** rrbiis. N«-i hliors hel«l him fast with InickidiD ©overed hands. During the lucid inter*ah .tile poor fellow legged piteously to lie sin >tli**red and put out of his misery. He is a single man of 38 years of age. your im de-walk. rlULEY A WK U    7    and    H    K.vst Fr**nt #ln*cL Whisky, W ine#. Brandies. General Liquor Store for tbluffy i'se. U OUK KT M’RAf, Lion sir*s't, near the de|***l. Ikwrthng, -sale, F«sl and Livery ‘itable. 8tabling by Ute day or week «»o roaw-nabic terms. Kkid, J. w.. 1:<4 center stroeL Itealer in Musical lustrum**rite and fearing Mactnncs- We make a »|an*iaity «»f I'ret cl aa# makes of Pianos and Karran«t A Votey Organe. in AM J. GI FFD RI*, Sui Central Ave. (Up O Blairs), General Insurance aud Beal Estate .went. Fire, Life, Aoc.ulcnl, ain* I.iv* stock Insurance. ITompt utientum giv en to buying and selling Heal Estate x,«vv v *»    (amu*    ut n ■**«    * |v -    wwi    «** s• s. * Die patient is a ino*lerate dei aker or an a1 *h.*l»c wreck, it NFVER FAILS. " •' GUARANTEE a complete en em dei ^ ius.auc* 4-i^agebooa FREE. Addn * In ronlHon'*©, fOLDfcW S*PECiFiC CO. I * Rac? f!.. CincinnatL(Y C. 0. PINFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 8*.4 MAIN ST.. BUFFALO, N. Y. Rjytt. a rn.* Is Wto I h w i.h : tire to * his Ii*.iii. I ed In ii' *.ee (lie Porte. to-i .I.J - I he porn* was visited by i. d to Cody to Wild i v, ami presented the n I . mc!, xw and chaplete. Ttoie en-toto » troupe are to lie received by tv*-«lay. Kfotre-# I rider Waler. Lancastt to. Ivy., March 8.—A special dispatch from Ba keye says the Kentucky river is higher by tinny feet than ever known ho. fore. At the in uth of Point Li Umnii many houses are underwater and aev*-ral have been fwept away*. A war© house m d stere house belong ing to Mr. Mitov- auudera were swept j down the river Saturday. Another late apr** .a1 from Camp N«-lsoa quote# th© river on the decline. Hie Its bal I Ola ii* Germany. Brr'in. Mar* Ii 3.—The official returns of the i. .. te -o far received, show that 9 CV ; .ar.-.ii • . ii lm]a*riftts, IT National Liber to, 'to Kivis.'nudges, Bi Bociulists, SGuelphs ana 0 lh tiKH rat** have be n elected. DEAL! R IN ri’ C. /ONKS, I    75 E. Third sL, cor Iteer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Halt and Smoked Meate, Lar*l, Sausage#, Oyster* and Heal try.    _ mi2 d jim Young Uncoil* Qulft Fe*-bl«. London, March 3. — The <*ondition of Mir ier Abr.umm Lincoln remains unchanged. Ile is very feeble but in motet respects not no-tkvaldv rn* >: e *o than he was yesterday. A Mill I'nnu-d. MikheaPOLIN, March3. —A sjiecial dispatch to The Tribune fro’ii Grand Forks, N. D., says: Gill & F**rr>*st’s roller mill at Hillsboro caught fire and bum d up. destroying at the same time two carl**cds of wheat stanumg on the track in chs-e proximity thereto. The mill is the property of the Davis .Roller Mill company of -to. ii Waukee. Lo**, $40.1**). Clock#. SIIvervv:vr*‘, Lewther Goo*!#, Ute. '1. Xaquet Elected. Paris, March 3.—M. Naquet, Boulaagist, h.i' I *va elect*?*! to the chamlter *»f de|»utiea for the I'.iii: h ^ u divwou oi the Seine. A Big Fire at St. Joseph. Bt Joseph. Mo., March :i.—The wholesale boot mid aho©<'tnbli'hm**ut of Noyes, Nier-nan A* Go., one of the largest in Hie West, wav consume*I by fire yesterday afternoon. Total loss to st* ck *iid building about $100,• OOO; fully insured. Not Durham A«#ut-e# Dim Ile Bill be Killed In Kentucky. Lot tv Ville, March 8—The following l**t-t r    vvH'    I    -t    ..    .i s* - -11 to R.*pn-sentativf C'aruth    *>!    K it;    toy bv Jay F. Durham,    ! pin    dei    * «I    tto«-    Blur Grass club of Louis]    . v -ll    , in    » * j    to-    to Kpco toer Reed s ihclination    i t*.J its iii t «linr; r, iii wIii--h he gave aa his re.i >u fears of being killed: I! I A (I < uni Ii, V 'Illest n Your tel*-'.•r on at-’n ci'-H.g to ♦* kt-r i •• d’s d* clination t*i att-ad i V- 15 u--Grass club dinner has t»e<*n re-c i* - - I. Ep-.i cer B*-e*r# l**tt**r to you sent out In (h** Unite i IXN*##, lins. I think, been r.-a I Will \<t*i pica#© s iv t** the speaker lh it every fl'Suraac ■ w.ii b«- given him that he will n«#t Is* k i- t on his fir t vi'it. though in e-ise be-honkl • !*-« ;*t lo > i" < ut lier**, vim*. i;tI attention would l*« > i lo i ■ 'Ki'ij liis grave gre-n This coni I » ai)y bt* done by burying him beneath th»* Blue • cass. Aa th ■ dub ti ts a cst** of rules for its g v» rum ut villi'ti is in harmony witii general fetriiann ntary maw and th* constitution of th** I in .-1    it    I * t tv* that th-nse are the facta whii ii have deterr d him fro a accepting. Th** < Ii ii reb tVnr at sbenMiidoah. SHEN \NDOAH, Pa., M,ir<-h 3.—There wert n*> Rcr> ie h« ’ • , i to (Trcek « hiircb y«*stcr-il rima high, however, roman was arrested for lirnir-e into the church. ‘ends of the Rev. »se«sion of the trying to. i i About forty Andrusbow I-/. **hu to 'h-’ermin si not to allow the frien*iv oi th    -    H«    v.    TY*»|ans i t«»    t::k>* (s*ssesaion. Tho * ’I;    ■    s and forty    ;#>!» “*nieTi were also on    t    >    f    *% it a riot. The !t**v. AV Olar    to    .    db    to, number <»f his atll!**rcnts, j*t- t ai    I    I    t* «nf*-r the    church, init was re- 1*1*1* I I v t ji*»li**e and tile followers of Andnushow irs. The \ ice I‘resident at Charleston. Un*.r.' I ton, S. c , March 3.—Vice Presi-d< it 3‘    int party arris***! here yeeter- dry. n < ;• Ilrynn an i a committee of the coy    ! nu I the Vanderbilt Benovelent a'l'to'ri’. n in * them ct tho stati*»n anil con-*lu>: I t .nt t lit* ( la leston hotel. After lr* ''to. i Mr. M-rt.-r, prienn'’--d St. MichaeTs church and was driven about the city. I)ur-iu - * h” day j*n*i ©ncuing the vice president Ti to- in ntimU-r of callers. To-*lay the I v. nil-* tat u ar<*und Die harl*or in a ne c*. r mu! w iii leave for Fiori*la in "I w»» Men Burned t»* Death. Johnson Ber:* , Ph., March 3.—Martin O'Mniley «f:*i lVt< I* I to *. J*-v were burned to death here Saturday ui^bt. O'Mallyv lived iii a bu!' - Inuit v Ii*-ut i near the railroad track. H* an-l I to*!.* were on a spree Saturday night mid r tiiNsi about 9 o’clock. In s jam un?-:now a way ho building was set on fire ai: I ‘ i. n< I to the ground together with it** occujiants. ktnj p* ti by the Pot ice. New Orleans, March 3.—Tommy War*! of Cincinnati and Charles Wilson, the English kid, fought at the West End yesterday with five-ounce glove# to a finish, under Qu cn'Lrry rul**s, for a purse of $400. Twenty-two rounds were fought when the pol • - put n t.»p to the sjvarring and the refer** - d*H*laro I the match a draw. The purse was divided. Mr. Taulbee Improving. Wahhtnuton, March 3.—Ex-Congressman Tnult*ce * -nt si lies to improve slowly. His physician report his condition es favorable to ultimate recovery. He was strong enough yest**rdav afternoon t*» converse a few morn* ut# with several intimate friends who called to see him. Fold Weather f*»r Florida. Bt. Auge sn ne, ria.. March 3.—The ther-newiM-icr y* * rd ay registered 82 degive# altove zero, the lowest point roached this seas-*n. Great damage has bvti <ione to tru It fame by tho fr*»st of Saturday night, and fears are entertained for the orange crop. Five Deuth* in One Family. Zam svi: i e, <)., March 3.—Yrs. McGregor. w ife of J. C. McGrprnr, rea.ling clerk of the Ohio house of rcprc- utatives, «iicd Saturday of *Lph' h- I'in, TUI' is the fifth death in th** family In a the same disease. The lather ie not expected to liva MR. WANAMAKER SUED. He Is Charged With Conspiracy to Injnr© A Furniture I>ealer. Philadelphia, March 3.—Gharlea Weinman of No. 927 Market street ha# tiled in the common pleas court# noti**© of an action in ti^ia-s against J*>hii M anamaker, Groves, Wilson & Univw, Amo# Hilliom & Co., Trvmby, Hunt & Co., and Philip C. Schaefer, claiming $'JI),000damages. Weinman allege# that the defendant# entered into a conspiracy to prevent him from successfully carrying on hi# furniture busine##. Weinman failed iii December, I SHN, and «‘onfes#*sl judgment to his father* in law, Michael Hash, and the buMiH*aa ro-verted to Michael B»t'h. Weinman alleges that in 1889 an agreement or combination wa# form***! among the firms against whom he bring# this suit not to buy furniture of any manufacturer or dealer who : Ii* >uId sell furniture to either Bash or Weinman. In November, 1880, Weinmaon claims tliat he se* tied with hi# creditor*, and a reassignment was made to him by a decree of the courts, aud that from that time on he I ta# carried on the business. He claims that he bas been greatly injure*! in hi# business by thi# alleged combination against him, \hicb, he says, ha# rendered him ii na bl** to buy from a large majority of dealer# either for cu#h or credit. Samuel S. Ash of tile firm of A mo# Hilbom & Co said that he was very much surpris*#! at receiving a summons in Weinman's snit Mr. Ash said: “I found the summon# when I came home to Mip|*er anti have ls#*n wondering ever sin*#* what it could mean. lam somewhat surprised to hear that we are charged with conspiracy. I do not know what he mean# by bringing this suit iutd I know nothing al#*ut any conspiracy or combination against him.” Thomas Ii. Waiuunaker, a member of the finn of John Wannmaker, said that he had received no official notice that the suit was pen*ling; that he could not si*1 how it was issuable that such an accusation, con 1*1 la* made and said that the statement that they had *nt*-r»*d into any combination against Weinman was ridiculous. ROOM FOH HIK BLACKS. A HUNDRED THOUSAND NEGROES WANTED DOWN SOUTH. MR. PENDLETON WILL APPEAL. Ile ttio riaini-* That the Unseating by Ifotloe Ba* I neon*! ll ut tonal Washington. Mar* h 2. Iii pursuance of the statement made bv Mr. Carlisle recently that the unseating of Mr. Pendleton of West Virginia will come up rn the court# Mr. Pen-! • Betoil says: “Th** adion in turning me out wn# clearly uneoust it ut ioiml. A member is uiweated by th** house, aud the quorum Consist# of BW meiulters, not B>2. There are two way# and i two pla*-es iu which the question of conatitu- j tioi. lity eau be brought up. Suit can either j la* brought iii the supreme court or the court **f claims. The proc***-lings can be j quo warranto in nature, and based on a trull to the sjs-aker to show cause why he prevents me from exercising the privileges of a ran ii lier. A suit for salary eau also lie entered. Iii either event, the question for settlement will Is* whether the speaker ha#a right to declare a member unseated w ithout a quorum voting.” The Democrats say they will not bring suit until Mr. Atkinson votes on some bill which lxiooine a law aiel then they will make til# }#>int that it is unconstitutional. The Republican manager# are perfectly satisfied to make a fist case of the matter. They claim they could have a quorum voting when Mr. Pendleton was unseat***!, but in order to decide the question definitely, they allowed Mr. Atkinson to take hi* seat on Bito vote#. I «M»t H«*r Ej©*t(ht. Waterbury, Conn., March 3.—One of the most remarkable cases cif -loss of sight ever known h'-re is that of Miss .Maggie Hoey, ‘JU years old, an employe of the Waterbury Manufacturing company and an active memoir of the Catholic chim b of the Barred Heart. The family—Mrs. Bridget they and her four daughters were (*«rt tally overcome by gas Friday night, th** lids having ix-en remove* I from the stove at bed time because th# j heat was oppressive. In the morning non# of the five were seriously ill. except Maggie. Bb© complained most of th** lo. # of sight in her right eye. It grew weaker gradually, and at 3 o'clock the sight was entirely gone. Then the left eye began to grow weak iii sympathy. Physicians were summon***!, but they were powerless to cheek th**! parting I wm cr of th-eve* or give the suffering girl r«*lief iii any way. It is fear***I that th# young woman's sight is lost forever. A Sport Attempts Suicide. Pittsbi'Ro, March3 —A Corry, Pa.,special to 'Hie Times says: Samuel S. Mason, a wellknown sporting man and formerly a club house proprietor of Pittsburg, attempted suicide iii a Pullman sleeping ear on the Western New York and Pennsylvania rail-r< ad, when within a few mile# of Corry. When discovered he was weltering in blood that ha-1 flowed from twelve or more wounds inflicted tj(x*n various j»arts of his person by a small penknife. He wa# taken to a hotel in Corry and physicians summoned. 'I he doctors state that the only dangerous wound i# a deep cut across the abdomen. Mason sent for a clergyman and stated that he had liecn greatly worried in financial matter# and thnt he knew nothing of what had haji-penod until he regained consciousness at the hotel. The Nation:*! League ''lectInt;. CLEVELAND, March 3.—The delegates to the National BAsel>ali League meeting in this city to-dav will lie royally entertained. The best parlors in the eddel house have be<*u engaged for the visitors, and every (>os.siblo effort will lie made to provide them not only with the comforts but the luxuries of life. The schedule committee will meet. at noon and devote the day to work. Th© delegate# w ill meet at noon to-morrow and w ill immediately take up the question of an eight-club league. Mnrder In a Boarding Uhuh©. Columbus, O., March 3.—Ow en O. O'Shane an*I H. W. Heptenauer quarrelled at a RT list md workmen's boarding house, when O'Khane whipped out a long knifeand fatally cut Rep.cunner in the lung. The victim will not recover. O’&hane w as arrested and ie in prison. Found Dead in Bed. New \ ORK, March 3.—A man supposed to lie William J. Flet- her of No. up; .state street, Springfield, Mass., was found dead in Ism! at the Minden house, Brooklyn. He wa# about 45 \t*«rs old. I he Springfield authorities were notified. Snow at Savannah. Savannah, Ga., March 3 —A light snow fell here yesterday, the first snow fall for many years. I*-* forme*! and vegetation generally is blighted. The damage to truck garden crops cannot a# yet lie estimated, but it is very large. Thousand** of At-ie* Lying Itll© from a I-ack of Laborers—I hilly IhouHand Colored Ben Already Pro* hied With Horn©#—th© (‘Linters Bal*© a Profit of $'5X0 a Year nu Farit. New Obi jean a, Da., March 3—The fact that the planter# of the delta cotton Ix-lt arn exerting every means to induce the migration of BM),OOO negroes into thi# territory, and have actually given homes to over ;>0,000 within a year, puts a new face on the rare question The war cry of the white planters is constantly heard, “We want more nigger! I" This state of affairs covers a vast country, extending from Guiro to the mouth of the .Mississippi, and comprising the richest allu-vinlly dep*vsit**d <*otton I.md#, mostly uncultivated for want of lalxirers. The larged planter iii the world i# Mr. James S. Richardton, out of w hose estates of 50,000 aer**' are 20,000 *i«*v«ite*l t*> cotton Mr. Richard stand# at the head of a powerful n der ie of planterji which has been instrumental in causing the recent great migration of negroes. Wlieti siftctl it would s«***m that th«*r** is not and never has been a scintilla of politic# in tho*- nonuulk* t**ndenci**s of the negro. The whole movement bus lx»* ii skilfully engin-e**re*l bv the agents of the Wilson family of New York, which largely owns the Ix*uis-\ die, Now Orleans and Texas railway, anil desired to ojion to cultivation th** rich Missia-rtppi liottoin lnn-1' adjoining it, an*! by Richardson and his f. How planters, who have lia«i the choice of these lands. A BOOD PROFIT, Persecution oi the n«‘gro alleged nor poli-'ies have had no |«irt in it. The matter wa# purely a business s|»‘cu hit ion by which every negro secured added exactly $2*0 in cash rodi year to I lit* planter who gave him work. Mr, Richardson w as calks! iqs ai for par* ticuIni’# and a ked if he employed Benator Ingalls to iiutr.gurate race s* ar»- by which negroes were more readily induced to migrate bere. Ile said: “Anything which scare# the negro from any other section of the <hiiii»-try or w ill enable the agent# to induce him to leave other Ga?**# is a great help to un here. We have taken over od,DHI negroes out of the thin soiled lands of North and South Carolina, where they lived in mud huts arni had Ii 111** to eat and wear. We o|x*ii to them a land of plenty, atiounding in watermelon#, 'pott-unia, coons, ducks, (x*ulti*y, liear, d*#*r and what*-ver they want to eat We giv** th-*m a whii w JkhJ lions** with glass v\ indow -. some tiling they n**v**r had I#*-fore, rent free; als.* wood, water arui un a* re of lan«l. Most of th -m have their own (-ohs, calves, marcs and jx iiltrv. “We have already mad*-1 lie (’arolina# white stabs arni ar** looking anxiously elsewhere to discern oth«*r states whi«‘b do not worrit the negro. We will blk** a hundred thousand of him at <»n ** Even then we will not have *nough. We can git o work to BM) n«*gr<#w where we have only one now. Tin* planter to-day is *l*q*endent on tic* Hero I menus© l«l#>r is so s* *a r< o. We wont an abundance of lalxir to make it dependent on t he planter.” Aske*l what would In* done with so many tM*grot*s Mr. Richardson said:    “Between Cairo aud New Urban# are tic (lsmids *>f «*pi«re mil vol rich soiled cotton lamb* covered with for«*>tsor in tlu* almudotHHl state in winch they were left after tile war. At present only u inuit IO jver cent., or 150,000 a**res, annually are In'ing eh-ared. Tl»e general im-provemonta, so far a# they go, ait* first chis.#, ami there is not a negro tramp in that section. “I have just (mid a bill for lh** service# of a gang of thirty-five of these men amounting to $4,000, every p uny of w hich they bx»k home with them. 'Ibis work might all Ixi done by n**gr*x*s if we bud them ami could ► par** them for it. They would Is* useful as cotton growers and, in the warm weather, * lull stay here ami Keep their earning# Bi tho state TDK BLACK# MAKE NO TROUBLE. “The white tailor live# on Toeeuts per week; th** negro on OO cents. \\ hatever trouble we may have is cured by white hilxtr. The races mix on the lalxir question but a little lief tor th in they do on the social one. The whites are not adapted to the soil ami we do not care for them. The blacks, when by themselves, make no trouble. “I desire to say that the n* ;ro**s of Mississippi, our delta country, are healthy, prosperous and contented. They have tm* test soh*x>ls, there teing a school on every plantation. If the other stat.-' don’t want th** negro, they cannot (wick them down here too quick. We can take care of the block.# and the race question. There is no ni«-o question where negroes have plenty to do, to cut ami to wear. Wherever the blacks are idle and half starved you may expect to have race troubles, If the government want# to aid the negro instead of ©•lionizing him in Kansas, Mexico or elsewhere, it can te*st give him assistance by providing him transportation to th** *l**Ba country and building g<#id levee# to proh-ct the lam Is he work# wpm.” HOMK OF THE BIO PLANTERS. Cotton planting iii the future will undoubtedly te dor.** on a great scale bv corporations. heavily capitalized. Already th* re are some of th**#** in th * fi--ld. The Austin Col bin Banking company ha# 14,(xx> acres partly chared for cotton, which, it facia fined, is it# I e t investment. The Ashley Land company has 05.000 acres, IO |*er cent, of wbi h is now cleared and tinder cottoau It w ill have c! are*! the entire area for cotton within thr-e yearn. Among individual owner# may be mentioned Col. B, H. Rick# of Yazoo City, who has eight cotton plantations; Col. John Willis, who luis in,OOO acres, om*-third under cotton, and Mr#. Metcalf, the Jar, • f woman cotton (dajiter living, who has 5,000 acre© under cotton, aud manage# all of her own busine**. < hamplonxhip T*-nni*. Boston, March 3.—'Hie details of th© long-talked of court tennis match for th** world's championship between Thomas fVtitt of America and Charles Baunders of England, are completed and nothing now remains but [ the signing of article; ami the pouting (rf the sink*;#, which, Petitt say#, will not lie lea# than fg.oofi a sal**. The match w iii te* played in Dublin. Neill© on a Vacation. New York, Match 3.—It is asserted that j Nellie Sly Has severed her connection with • The World owing to a disagreement with j that inlier tis to iii** in- r> a * *1 salary she wa# ; to re*five after her return frorn her trip around the world. The Stotonic nt Is denitd at 'lh© World ofiice, where it is sni-l Miss Bly is on a vacati* -n. ( Iioic sc lect ion < I CORSETS! Her Majesty's (\)is<‘tdt (tor stout iicoplu). Mrs.\\ arn u s Model (\>rs(*t, (improving tilt* form). Mililani Foy s ( 'uiM ts, (skirt 8upj»orting). Dr. Warners 11 <n It Ii Dorsuts. W arner's (’oraline Corsets. Dr.firayV Shoulder Brace, (for Back and shoulder support). Cs P. French Corsets, (favorite for receptions). Common Sense Corsets, (our Standard Woven). Thompson's (Bove Fitting (’orset s, (for east* aud comfort). Madam Mora’s Aldine('orsets, (for durability of wear). Bourtef s Duplex Corsets, (the tlied and true). Ladies' Ferris Corsets and Shoulder Bract*. M isses( loot j Se ii se Fe I dis \\ aint. Misses ('orsets at lowest prices Brewster’s Genuine Long VV hale!ame Corsets, especially adapted t o large aud stout people,and highly recommended by the best judges. A special assortment in large sizes only. If you’ll candidly scrutinize the makes <>t our favorite list of corsets, you’ll find them all to be only reliable brands. We have studiet I the corset business arid make it one of tile specialties of our business, and have filled many a long-felt want,w hu h eau on- D    #    # ly be acquired by strict attention tumuli tin* minor details which go to make up a perfect corset. We will be pleased to explain the merits of each corset, so you may get just what style and make that suits you best and give you best results. O O   o ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., 11jih just. received ii full line of mm Srrat; and Trois: qs Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him before purchasing. I f you aiii< Tig J w.vi* an easy And comfort-silo;*, with a licuvyyRole. one that will keep your feet dry an I warm, get pair of D. Armstrong A Co # I Lind Welt, common hoes. ne ase t utti* f-roztn in T©x»». Bt I/OUI a. March 3.—Reports from Northern Texas say that hundreds of range rattle have been frozen to death during the present cold spell and that unless the weather speedily moderate* the low of stork will be very i KNO RA 17 AG, GOLI) 4 SJL IKR PL ATI .VO severe. Fire in a Bine Shamokin, Pa., March 8.—The fire iii th© Cameron mine is beyond control. It will take a week to accomplish th*- work of firing from th** level above the lire, walling ap the slope# and flood! ig the min**, n* * reiry to extinguish the V. e, aud it is f**are*l that meauwhile the flame- way eat their way into other chambers. They will plea-e yon.-- SULLIVAN Si, SON 2 I S Centre Street, W w ATI HLS, JEtVKLKY, AC. Buy the Aurora Kailr**ad VVateh. lieilairing a eperiady. Frank F. Ntopf. KH E. Hun! at HL MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, Ste Central Avenue A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUDA ¥ Hill MAIN ST ICH KT, OppoA’t© Iroquois Hotel.  -- ;

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