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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. N. Y., SATURDAY, MARHT 8. ISM. NO. HEPRESENTA TIVE USINESS HOUSE; OF DUNKIRK A KUL1NO MACIIINK for riding IK a I- the latest autlition to Ihe Mechuninal Department of Company, Coal and Wnnd 70S Cential Avenue, Nit-.kel Plan All irrades ol Hard unil Suit Coal Lumber, shingles and Lmh. Fret fell? Correspondence lor wl.olesulo tots UK. OIFFUKD, IKS and 225 Central A TO Artistic 1'hotograplier. IimUtntaiteoiig Photographs Dallies a aiwcmlty. Si linn need not wait for except for ab.es. HOOK litNDERV-jAMKS lltVINU, jirielor. No. 10 E. Bucond street, near Bnf- Ittlu street. Dunkirk, N. Y. MaKar.inrs.Mii- etc., bound in nil alrliie. Orders promptly attended to. All work g-uarunleed. CROCltKitY I1OUSR, O -'Xo avenue. Wholesale mid retail itejilor in ported and .lome.stii- China. OlhMWiirc, i HAS. H. IIAKKIS, Central Avo. (Jen- ernl Inxunmce, Ac-cidem unil Kirc. UeJore traioiini; insure your ifc in the old reliable bpiala AKOlll. Loans aegotiutc.1 on properly. IHAUTACyi'A HOTEL, V> Haws, per day. Livery and It'Mirdlllg Stable in connection. Victor anil 3Si Lion street. 11TY UAKBEK Cluts. NfiKle, i'rop., L'nder Lake. Shore National Kank, Center and Third sheets. A line stock ot Koi-eiifn and Domestic igttrs. 1 SON, Vy 33- center street, Particular attention paj'1 to interfering horses, tilioelng of roild BE Irxttiug horses a specially. D It.NKIKK KVK.NINO Olt.SKKVKIl. Largest Oaily In the Comity. An uuequulled advertising DITNKIKK KNUINKK.KIN'i If'oriJ'erij iellew Popple. Alunufucturers ol bHgmes, Boiler.-, IMilleys, SliuIUug llnngerB, etc. Korgmgs, and Macniiie Work to order. J vUNIUKK SIIIKT CO., -Mi, iuf> unil -fit Center su-oet, Maiiufuclurei'ii uf tliu "Cl-oinwell" and iierleul itttlng Dresb dliirtti. Ou sale in ull leading oiObtling und dry houses in Dunkirk. DF. TOOMKV. and Lion stit-et, in Flour, Feed, ult, Hale 1 liny, i'tmd- ulistea, etc. HIE HOTKL und b.iloon. Union J% Laa> acccttb to all Lriuim und bus- tuettH houeea. Best uccoinnloilullons lor Cuia- inerotal Travelers. Jolm J. Murphy, 1'rop. I HLKR8 CO., Cj tn anil E 'fluid atrcuu tiue Furniture, Cabinet Ware ftnd Up- Qointeriug. Picture Frauies made loonier. [p D. MATWCSON CO., Central Ave.. ul Faahiun aod Gentleoion OutiltterB. I 1 AKELI. UEAT1.NU CO.. U.-tniitacturvrftof titefuu lleulinK Appai-atuu. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. IT OME STfJ.lM I.Al.NDKV. our Fine Shirta, lOc; ollurs, Cua's, 4c, ami I.BCC Cllrtunifi. Free Deliv- ery. A W, Center blrct-l. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN1 ''I'ODIJ AUT A CO., Talent Attorneys. 61.', 7t! "St., WnBhirujton, D. IT. s. Patent lh-e J'ntcnts. Cavt'iitf anil He lestieo st'c.urcit Ti-iiile Miii-kn All 1'attiiit Imbinewf for moderate Keej. Inforinalion Atlvice an-l special relei-ent-es Bent on reijuesl KXI'KNSES IN AD- VANCK, a'lowpil each month. Stemly "riiploylneiit at titjine or tmvphmr. No solii it- injr. iititinsdelivcringand making crtllectinnt-, No I'tistal (Jurds. Address with stamp I'iqua, Ohio. suiini, I wish to t-miiloy a lew ladies on salary to take charge of my business at their homes I.lent, very faseiiiatinir and healthful. Wnin-i week. Reference piven. Uootl imy foi part time. Address with at nip. MRB. MAU- ION WALKKK, Louisville, Ky. lO MONTH can be madi working lor us. Persons ore (erred who can furnish a liursc and Rive iheir wliolt- time to the business. Spate moments may be profit- employed als-o. A few vacancies in town, and ernes If. 1'. JOHNSON ioix; Main SL, Richmond, Vii. >rmon E ders' B Btrewth. nulled to m r. a cKHos. tea anad et-rieT SPRING 1890 F, 0, MATTESON cfc J WEEKLY TRADK RKVIKW. NO IMPROVEMENT IN THE DISTRIBU- TION OF MERCHANDISE. WAIT FOR I i R. OEU.H. E. Tlnrii cur. ol Buffalo M.muf icturf-r Hint ilcnler in HENKY WE I LEU'S NKW STOKE. UV! K. Third et. liutika. SUttuniurv, MtibUuI lu- umlvVeukly I'rtpt-rB, unu eveiyibirg pertaining to a tlrttt book store. hooka a epjcmlty. JOB PRINTING of every description and nt living rtttus by Hunkirk Printing Company, S and in E. avcoiul JBL VAN BUHKN A 8OSt Fim Life. Accident, ami General Insnrucoe. Doitl- ere in Uoa) Obtain Hit.i at ten lion waiU to Hie c ire ol propi'i-lj coliect- ing renta Ac. 21ti ttu. 2nd iluor. M U KOE'S PUAKMACT. 300 Central Avenue ion lor Wall Paper Oilu. J Spring Hat, Saturday, March 1st Gall and See Them Trarle Stimulated In Some Lines and Chfokcd In Others Cold Weather. Slow Collections In the Stock Market Finn Hicept In of Heading. NKW YORK, March telegrams to rejKM-l no general improve- 'nent in the rii.striljntioii of (Jold weather nnd -nov.- have -tin-'il sales of somi; wmlcr "nods-, lint i d in-move- ment in spring stapl'-s, cotton Kooils have bc-eu fairly active anil boots and shoes and hardware havo liecti in pitxl re- quest. Other lines aro dull. Ingrain carjiet makers complain of over-production and will restrict the output. Anthracite coal stocks lietweon mines untl tidewater are very large. There is a heavy southern demand for bacon, and cattle nnd are both in Iwtter demand at West, tlip former being ISftijiiOc higher. Low [jrices for (Train at in- terior and farmers' indcbteibiess arc resimnmblo for slow collections. There is a bettor interior demand in Louisiana. Coffee has advanced %c per pound, and sugar Professional trading rlinnicteriws the U'all street market, ami aside from Heading, which has been freely sold u decline, of points, it has ruled moderately firm. This is surprising, inasmuch as the bears have tho machinery of tho street anil un-d Kcadins to depress the list. The grangers are firm, despite rate cutting, ntnl other favorable fea- tures are a retluction in the liunk of disuouuc rate to per cent., and a n-.siimp- titm of 4 cent bond purchases by Secre- tary T'njs has i-pmovctl appivhcn- of tit-lit inoai---. 11--t withstanding low bank reserves, mid luii'l-, arc distinctly easier with call loan rate- r.-s low o.s 4 per cent. Next to Reading, suyar certidcales arc most active, showing; a not advance. Ten- nessee Cool ami Iron nnd Chicago Cas are bolh lower, but rulhnnii, IVheelinn preferred and Ohio C'unlrul are all :i to II points higher. Hallway bomls are more active, Heading tak- ing the lead with lower prices The total bank at forty-eight cities in February m increase over Febi uary la--t of 5. t Kor tho two months this year the total is a gain two months of of 7.i) per cent, Compai.-il Janu- ary this year Ihe total sho.vs u de- cline of 15 per cent., and while January's gain over a jenr ago i-t 7.7 per cent., Febru- ary's gain over February, is only 5.4 per cent. Exports of wheat (and flour as wheat) both coasts this week, wired to Hradslreet's, are among the heavio-t week's shipments this year, aggregating bushels lust week nnd bushels in the HIM week of March, 1SWI. The total exported July 1 to date is bushels, as with bushels iii a like share of Iscs-NU. The report to Bradstrcet's of available stocks of wheat ea.st of the Rocky mountains, United States and Cana.fa, 1, shows a total of bushels, a decrease of sinco Jan 1, and bushels less than was reported March I, Ti-.e tie- crease in available stock during January arid February last year was bushels, anil iu the like portion of 1NS.S only bushels. The total of wheat stocks March 1, added to Beerbohm's aggregate of wheat in Europe and afloat therefore on that date is bushels against bushels a year ago. Iron and steel markets are weaker than for some time This refers to pig and bar iron, billets, blooms and slabs. Prices for mcrchrint steel and hardware generally are firm, Bessemer pig is weal: and below highest prices touched a year. Cop-i per is weak, but fairly steady. There is a widospend impression among consumers that iron and steel will continue to decline. Dry goods with jobbers are fairly active at Ho-run and New York. Weather conditions have not been altogether favorable, ycnith- ern buyer.- are most numerous and the west- ern retail demand is not as active as antici- pated. Prices are irregular. Piint cloths are 1-lOc off on larger stocks. Colored cot- tons rule in buyer's favor and jobbers have moved off-styles of prints at price conces- sions. Raw wool is dull, with prices in hnv- ers favor on a haid-to-minith mninifaclnrnig demand. Raw cotton is higher on a good demand and light crop movement. Business failures report-d number :J1S in the United State-; this week, against last week nnd 221 this v.eel; last year. Canada had-IS tliis week a'j'imst, ol last week. The total number of fai'turos in tii" United Slates since Jan. 1 is against in SALE OF HORSES. A Large Amount Fine Stock Changes Ovrum nt New Yi.rU. Nuw YORK, March large number of prominent horsemen attended the third day's saleoftrotlcrsat Hie American Institute build- ing yesterday. The stock sold was owned hy Vnlcnsin of Pleasanton, C'al., and thu Pleflsanton Stock Farm company. Forty- five head were sold. Among the horses sold Boutou tl'Or, a filly, foaled sired by Sidney nit of Ornydale, sold to J. T. Burden of Ibis city I'or Valensin, a slaliion, bv Crown Point, out of Nellie Lambert, 7yiarsoll, sold to F. r Fonler ol' jloodus. Ciinn., for Hold Leaf, filly by Kidney, out of Fern years old, to J. SchulU of Brooklyn for Nar-har.ne, a colt, by Director, out, of Sweetness. 'J. years old, E. F. Travis, Chi- cago, Xiivnrro, a colt, hy Nutmont, out of Nellie U.. old, sold to Dr. F. C. Fowler of ilorelnn, Conn., for Aldall., 1 years ol.l, by Director, out of Brownie, Charles Roberto of this city for Lady (jiiy, 4-year-old fllly, by Wilkes, out of Zephyr, J, W. Daly, Mt Cisco, N. Y., Tlii-Ilr-, 4-year-old stallion, brother tn f Jold Leaf, John A. Sclmltz, Brooklyn, colt, by Director, out of U Kirkundpll of Helena, Mont., ooo. I'leiisanton, 3-yreir-old colt, by Director, out ol day, E. F. Travis, Chicago, Jet. a colt, liy Director, out of Daisy May, Marcus .Mmr-eil, Hartford, Conn., Ur. I'1. C. Fowloi-, McKjdus, c'oun. Jliana, 2-year-old filly, by Director, out of IJoxana, II. Kirkondell, Helena, Mont., llattte, n-year-olil filly, by Valentine, out of Jeriy, Thi' total, receipts for twenty five horsos of the Pleasant ton farm was an J-.'.OSI each, ami the total for twenty horses Valensin brought an average of 5U7li each. PARTISAN OR NON-PARTISAN. I'Yiim-es Wlllurd Says the W. C. T. II. Ni'li.liiT Out- Nor the other. March -S Frances E. Willard, president of the National W. C. T, U., hits at lust spoken in regard to tho recent iliirerent-es in that organization. Mho is here to attend n meeting of the Allegheny county AV. C. T. U., and in response to a question, Wild TOLD Till-] SECRETS! SENATORS CALLED UPON TO MAKE INDIVIDUAL DENIALS. None ol Tlti'in H.ivo Hut Ilnvf Olveii rii.-iu a Vary Loose llajurlty Fuel Anrlliliii; lint l-lras.-d nt Mr. Art Ion. AVAKiiixu-ioN, March S the senate adjourned Thursday evening Mr Dolph, the chairiiam of tlie comnii! tee which for somo time lias been invostigaliug Ihe leakage of senate u. v. s, wa>  tho HotiMu. WAHiiiwiTox, Jlnn-li semite direct i tai bill bill wius repm-lo.1 buck to house I from the judiciitry committee, ac- companied by a majorily and minority re- port. Mr. Caswcllof Wisconsin, ill the minority report, states that the favorable report on Ihe bill submitted to the house liutt session I meets with tlie approval of 1-ho judiciary t lommittee. A brief history of the bill is i Riven. In this il is slated that the bill pro- I pos.'s lo repay to the cit and to the stales the amounts by them rcspccti.cly paid under the l-ax of provided for by the act of AUK. ISI'I, and to remil and re- linquish tbe tax so far as it is unpaid. Tin: amount coll'-etcd and to bo refunded, it it to which must, be added she smd: 'The W. C. T. U. is neither partisan or ion-partisan, though it has often been called both. Not a dollar has ever gone from our treasury to the. Prohibition parly, though we have adopted resolutions indorsing a party an appearance. The proceedings were be- i to carry out the proMsions of the coming ralher mon.....nous, and Mr. Black- bum, who had some other business on hand, on the subject, introduced excused himself mid left Ihe room. Mr. Vest, I ''.T.. Cuswell aim tired, and in a few mmiitcs ho asked l (X aro ru" permission to go. Shortly nl'li'i- Mr. Higgins Mr. Vest, ing a bare majority of the committee present. Mr. Bate was the ported ba-k lo tin lirov. n (Virginia) aro ru- honse with a roconimend- eleM-ntlM.ilniw. H, niitb -'s ijne-tion-i ijui Mr. Allen, v- ho came np ulion that I hey bi> laid on tlu> table. that favors the temperance cause. This we Mr. ,Udri.-li. have reputedly for the licpublican I H -na isposed of the com- klv and ninile room for stairs in charge of i Then follinvcil in i. W., JlKt Center street. Uanufaciurer umt ilcaler in i HrulliiB. i oilurs, lli'lhtlo l SCHULTBH. I 13 East Third street. Fashionable Tailor. Vjeiitlcnicn will llnd it to their to cull on me Ixjlnre piiri-luiHiug elsewhere. PD. CAUk X CO., I.ion %treeu ticncral l.eail.Oils.P.-iintur's (.ill Cloths. Grtil.-to ure. A land Monroe range. K such us blank-books, ledgers, and ail kinds01 blanks done ut Dunkirk Printing Comtmny, 8 aud 10 K. Seet'iid >u HU DOLPH WULDENilAUER, Cor. Thinl an.! IMilTnlo Dealer in liraniU1, Murbte, Flagging und Building Stone. Call on me before buying your suir-walk. UISLKT CO.. 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky. Wines, Brandies. Store for Kumily iTee CBERT M'KAV, Lion street, near tno depot, rtling. Sule, fr'ocd and Stable In the day or week on U.FIUS. 1> T. ItOLI'll, M. D.. aid Snrjreon Oflice over l.y i.'b Drug? 1C- si unc Central Avenue. Telrpbune 9 alls ina) be al L-von's. SAM J. GIFFOHD. Centra! Avc. Genera! Insurance and Heal Estalt A.pni. Kire. Lite, Accident, and Live Stork Insurance. attention civan to buvim sndsellinr m c. JUM-.M, J 75 K. Third sL, cor. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt an Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters am Poultry. JKWKLKV, JbC. Buy the Aurora Itailroad Watch. B. Third st KeuairiDg a B Frank r. r M. MOCKER. Merchant Tailor. IU Central AvenUK C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 MAIN ST., UUFFALO, N. V. DEAI.KU IN PONDS, mm Silvorwaru, Leather UixxlK, F.te KXOJtA V1XG, QOLU if S1L VKR PLA A COMPLETE LINK Of HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN 8TKEKT, ELYS CATARRH Cream A DUST ROOM BLOWN UP. Three Boys d anil One Man rrnhn- Illy l-r.'ally Injured. KVANSVILI.E, Ind March falnl ex- I'loMoii ixvnivcd in tlw dust room of tho Ari'isiionj; Furniture company at al'ternoon, resulting in the death iv tii-ee boys and the perhaps fatal injury of fireman of the factory. The men and b-iys were, iu the dust room for the purpose i i -hakin-- out the accumulation of clu-.t and -oavi.v-'; al the mouth i-t t he blow-pipes, ivheii j. i i 1 occiirrcil vilii-h set the i i. Tii' ilames were exiin- tl'liiy, it Mtisfotllltl ii.at killed ttnd injuretl: ruKD SACHS, burned and terribly llARHYCnKATHAM burnodalmost lu ashes. -----CHAWFORU, haitly and body liiiruedsothat idontiflciilioii ivns neurH' itn- Injurcd: C'lIAnt.KS riY, lire nan of factory; badly burned a-ul The killed JHTSOH, d a'oo-il 18 years. The cause of 11." in iv.n.u'ns a mystery. Tho damage by t.ie was slight. An ArtiUclul Kurlliqiitike. WILKES-BARIIE, Fa., March suburb of Plymouth, kilo u as Curry's Hill, was shaken as if by an earthquake at o'clock yesterday morning. Houses settl, d down about ten and the terriikd people rail into the street, clinl in ti.tir ni ,h! cio'Jv-s as they had aroii.-e-1 i.- -.11 sleep. il! was caused by th- ol1 the roof of some abandoned olii -ry feet below the sui-face houses were wrecked and mine to-il; lire from overturned rtoves, biit the flames O'i'id Heather (or Ice. ROKDOUT, N. thermom- eter regi -teivd 14 degreex Mow yester- day, and below at several in the Catskills, The weather is tho coldest of the season. Ice is forming rapidly. The river is closed from to North Albany, the ice being three inch -s thick. Ice is being cut in '.he Catskills. It is. reported that j p.ach bu U in the trnit district nipped. J'ort'igiil to Rfprt-.tcuted. j LISBOX, March government has de- cided to send delegates to the labor confer-, once at Tcrlin. party m Iowa and in Kansas. In I-sM I pre- nted to each national political party a p-t't ion asking for the insertion of a plank in their platform favoinble to the submission of a prohibitory amendment to the constitu- tion, and all declined except the Prohibition party, ami that is why we mdor-cd it alone. 'That resolution indorMiij; thu Prohibition party doe, not bind the minority, for we liave eNplii'illy declared that no minority is bound by any action of tho W. C. T. U. Iowa has the resolution, nud has been free to do so. Indeed, the president of its Male W. C. T. XI., Mix Ellen Foster, head-, the rebellion, though she still remains n member of tho executive committee of the National W, C. T. U. "Now we claim that in passing our annual resolution we do no injustico to any one, but maintain the right of free a mi- nority of the W. f. T, isnever 'oppressed.' The fact is, we that we ought to fol- low tlie flag of prohibition wherever it waves. If this is partis-iii, and so far as the resolu- tion is concerned it is, we are prepared to tie- fend it, Th-i-e is to lie a party that will c-'inhine the farmer anil tlri worker, tint "ill ma! e its force tell in the next cmn- paii'n. pro'.iibilion ill form its nucleus, party comes we side with it and 1 take the con-sequeiice." MR. PAUL TESTIFIES. He Tells of Ihe Operations or tlie ClTil March 1'anl 01' Milwaukee was before the house com- mit tee 1lu> charge.-, against the civil s- jce col again yesterdav ond conclude 1 his testimony, lie was called for Ihespei-ilic purpose of ascertaining the gen- eral working ol the service law iu tho Milwaukee postollicc, including statistics of changes by removals, resignations, deaths, etc., which life furnished the committee in de- tail. In reply to a question hy Mr. Stone, he said that as a rule the civil scrvi-v law was well udininislcred in tir- Milwaukee post- ollice, lint he thought t here was a wide dis- crepancy between the nature of tho civil ser- vice examinations and the character of the duties. The examinations, he continued, were an means of determining a man's ability, bui the men who nsutilly applied were not the best clas-j of men. In reply lo a q'lestii.n by f'ominiv.ioncr I.ymaii a-, to the p-jliiics of per.-.oas ['iiiplovcd ill Ihc UMitv v.-h.'n ho entered, IK said that many rmpliKvd in the ollice at that time were cinplovdl in imlitie.nl nork asi.l from inlor.i'ati-iu h--had gained t'roui pnitcrs und books iii the ho found that they were nearly all Republicans. riirnov is In For It. ALBANY, -March 8 warrant was issued by Justice Uutnum, for the arrest of W. H. C'arsey, the pretended labor man who struck Curtis Dunham, tlie Now York reporter, in the corridor of the Capitol on Tuesday after- noon at tlie close of the hearing on the weekly payment bill. Cursey was at- the hearing to oppose the bill and pretended that he repre- senl'.-d labor in so doing. Dunham was ac- companied Assemblyman liice, whose face is slill in a ba 'ly condition. The v, arrant was tmt -'or assault, al- though one was ask- -1 on tile giftt.id that Cuisc-y and his crowd had come there for the Rice Dun- ham said that Cui.sey wouid be, punished to fhe law's limits, and an expose of his alleged labor connections made. Tlireft Pi't-Aoits JfiXNKAPOLis, S.-A special to The Tribune from Masoa City. In., says: As Jnnii-s of Spirit Lake, accom- panied by two young daughters of James Evans, were acrons East Oka- kagilwe lake, they drove into an air-hole and all wore drowned. They were in the wat several hours before ttieir bodies Mr. (tal  Ntttionahsls tint are wholly tmabli (otliiwl, suspicion of participation in th< robbery of his gravo against, any particulai person or persons, The statistics eompilod In tlm war office kliowlht) of voluntwrs Ihroughout Ihe kingdom, of which number are elllcient and available, ST.SI'.TMNG TKSTlMflNy KXPICtlTEn-. Tlm tiial of Sliss Vincent for shooting Sir. Lewis Henry nienibi'i of parliament for U'alworlh, will callctl on .Monday next. Hoth hides am root ly and il is ihnl. I ho young woman's defenso will facts extremely damaging Mr. Isaacs, which have not hitherto even been hinted at-. Thetlor-k laborersof Hamburg have formed n powerful union with a view of formulating and submitting demand-, for shorU'r and higher wa. e.s. Al Wi-is-enfels, Austria, a Inrge shoe fac- tory caught fire while the employes were at work. The building und coiiL-nls were totally and seven workmen were burned lo death. Althou-'h the most extreme simplicity was observed ilirounhoiil funeral of Master In, 1h" display of fiowern, iM'and at the tomb, was re- DID vault buing literally Abraham Li both nt the h uinrkiiblv covered witli il IM THE COMMONS. A Strong Opposition ICielletl bj Mr. .Jeiin I n us- A immi ncemnnt. LtiNiiox. StirchH. tlm house of com- Mr. Louis J. Jennings, Conscrvalivc. ;f.avc notice of Ids inlfliition to move an addilnui to tin- motion of Mr. Smith on Ihe acceptance ol tne commission's report, which would declare that thu house con- demned the conduct of t hose who were re- sponsible for hav mg accns-il memlKirs of the lonse of complicity in miti-ngn and murdur, Hit- accus.ilion.s ing based on foigisl lettel-s. Mr. Justin .McCarthy said hi! was glad to Mud a Conservative taking an action. Sir Henry James asked whnt was as compared to men who hud taken oaths to itroy the govcrnmenl of thiMjueon anil es- lablish a republic and had then par- liamonl anil swore to her ma- jesty! He would ratlier occupy LeCaron'i) liosil ion I him Ihe position of men who were itssociati-.s oi assasins. The thcrcafu-r became so weari- some (bill the house Ihiully lacked n quorum and adjourned. l.niine.l Too Mnrli llollity. NEW YORK, March Evening Post says it has Ix'cn learned that 1'ell. Simmons, U'allack and ihe other brink wreckers, used theAsbiiry R-irk, N. National Limit in their cluvk-kiling operalioiih. Sigmund Meyer, wh-iM-ciinni-ction with tho wreckers has been nlli-geil, was in the As- bury It duns not apjiear that Ihc banl; losl nnylhing l.y the operations of th-wreckers, but the fact that there were b'.sm-ss- transactions of the kind referred to l-d the uai ional bank examiner to inquire into the condition of the bank, nnd this re- sulted in the discovery thai tho president, George, W. liyram, hud lo.lmtl tlm bank's funds to himself for use in real otnte latioivito til" extent of The hank's capital mid tho law permits only 10 per of this amount to be loaned In the mat! ,-i-that liyi-.-iin had loaned it. liyram making the ninomit .-jood, and the liank illtloublless IxiiJIowed to continue busi- ness. Fifth -tilth i-uee, JfJ mile: Monsoon fli-st. Lord Beamtwlk'ld 8t. Mary third: time, Bins third; time, 1 ItiHhop Bowmnn Onflty. CHICADO, March 8.-The conference which has been trjing Bishop Botvmun of the M. E. church, on charges of unchristian conduct, tolling and broad falsehoods ngainsl church members und using unchristian ex- pressions while conversing on religious sub- jects, rendered a verdict finding Bishop Bow- man guilty and deposing iiim from his office as bishop and from the ministry until the next general conference. The charges of "unchristian conduct1' of numer- ous alleged slanderous assertions, against his fellow ministers, in one particular instance Bishop Dowinaii Imng said to have charac- terized II. B. llartzler, preaideut. of oody nt Northfleld, Maw., as "a vile and godless man." Couldn't Reach Settlement. LOKUOIT, March in asserted that the Portuguese minister has faitel to secure any modification of England's attitude in bin ne- Ohlcngo Mi-n the Full-. i failure. WASHIXHTOX, March Chicago rep- ,._1.1-. t against England in Lisbon In extremely menacing, as the result of the minister's world' before tl.e fair ot the The Divided. March It in said that all of April 1. and here Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. TKVTHECURi A particle id applied luto utic.h inMril ami ig agreeable. Price ut hv mail ELY BROTH EUS.Vi Warren treat, New York. GREAT REVOLUTION IN PRICKS. VL UAVE three Lois of the moil useful fhiiiccil linos of cheap LHCCH ihnl you'll find in long travel, and tliisiihn all, we have cut the Price way liolow the became we've got to MK n "lock ntnl want to re- duce il, they range fromJ.V ppr yard to any Price you want to pay. Big inducements these. To Ihete Is to sec ibcm and lo test D uw them, we know If you'll sec them you'll buy. You'll guy they're worth ifcttmgat these Tliun we've gol ihren boxes Ribbon Itcninants untl hnire st-l the Priuex M 2e ic and 8c these won't ISM long n few eustoimrH get their on Itibhona are always useful and its poor hand who cun't work em into some prntly iirliolc of fancy work or pieces. The Latent and which U attracting no little at'cntion 18 our Ha anewitlcaof numjiist to show iwinanv liillt- iisofiil things you can gel for Three cents ita taking welhwe'ra inly to run it during the month )f March. flilc. will buy aOcnllcincn'- Linen bosom Laiindricd While Hhiri already to put on, tine goods for this Price if you're lu a hurry to tlroas up and can't ail for your regular launtlry, theo coma ind buy one of these shlrU you'll never regret it, mo-ley well invested and many returns of satisfaction. ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ifan jiiMt rnci-ivud a full and Tromrnp to any in the at prices that will pay you to sue him purchasing. LADIES! f you waul, an easy comfort- able witli a licavy'solc. OIH; that will kocp your feet dry warm, gfl a pair of D. Armstrong A Hand Welt, commoit Rcnsc sbocs. ------They wiJ please you.------ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's. IEWSPAPES! Si EW SPA PERI   

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