Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 15, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York \X\Y\ AWA/WW AWX if yam an* Stoking n tm r« si IMW in tin T ho* of tar '?*-ti->nerx.it wilt br A In* vuar bent *» terete In *>*11 »n T thf hank irk Printing lorn I MMV. \% r hnrr STATION I K V r»»tM-rif * NI hie dr* urn # iv! Hiatt ob W. rj for in** rich. IB fr»n <JUA It' Ii*' tn*ir. IM for th. Bl*** *thrtir ti AWX WVAWA \ AVA VOL. XX.Pl NKIRK. N. Y., SATURDAY. MARCU 15. 1890. VW\\ VVWWVWVW W\W itftor rn*, unlit- THE D HERTER," ,,s T»t*Mi* I*AUE T»M»AY. x VNVX w    VXX NO. .15. It EF HES EST A TI VE I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT B I TOI ti* A KT A CO., Pair Bt A IU *rnej * 615 7 th nCTIMCCC UOTTVl    Wa*niafloa, l» C, opp I* » Pair at of- U ulli Loo IU V/ U a* tx !«•« Patent*. (arest# att*! Re Im tie* wrawi LOUISIANA LUV KES. OF DUNKIRK A ail kiii'ta of blank* U th* latest ardito** te hr tocvhani.-a! iw-v .rtmcut •( I>uokirk|I*nnt<nir * mpan* \LK\INUCK I Vo* *» 5 Wo*at lf ted, TV* Centra i Area we. oouokiU: Kick' ■ JriiOA Ail ma of Pars vad W A Lumbar. Shin*.-a aw l !.aUi Err* lr lie    lorwap*    ut    letter    for    wLotexnie tot# •oho ted. Bk. uirn>Kh. «. ICI tr. « cntrai to • amati# Ptiotofrapider. Intern tams* *u* Pbotucrtutu of IU ie* * •pee.a,ty. Hittart anal bo! arajt f**r »no.h;irt execs* for Batata*. I kiNlh UhDUT-JlXH I av I *G, Pr e- J I prt«6or, Nu. I* h bar--ad atreei. near Bu.* £a>o •trrrt, V'UBkirlt, Si. T. VI w u.i •*, Mn ac, Pampnlru, (to.. hmn-i i«» »!* w*J *«•»' ,r,*fr» cr uuiptiv aue&<1ei Ut- Ail w«irk fu.rainerL fr»<l* Mark* re rn air rn* I All Patent business , -on ducted tm Boden ie lee*. Information Advice ami ipeeiai reference* went os request. iJl (MI ta    Ii * MONTH can be male i 4 I .-•f*,** working for aa. Peraooa pr«- I (erred wo can I arm »h a horse and fire their whole (me to the busine**. Spare aa men ta may be profit-1 , Ably employed also. A Jew vacancies to towns I m i . I e. P. F JOHNSON A CO., iou, Main vt.. K:. hmond, Va. T33£3£Sa£S» a ..KNT»‘ H a VTKI»—T*> aril the well-.\ an* WB and t# »t endur-«*d rcmedv ta the I I'bi lr* I 'Ute* for til* cur* oft atarrh Asthma. Bronchi ti#. Hay Fever, rn ant disco*# that •‘an lie reached I hr. hi* ti the breath: u* «»r*ah«, ‘ f.*r a hu h **> per ••rut can be marie. Foe I portira ar* admires*. THU VKBoLK—ROKE BtLLf O. t ti:, ar , IU. they threaten to er^ak and INUNDATE THE COUNTRY. l*aaf» af Iah«rrr< at Se venal Small frerae Work He palria* ae—TH* Water ae Ii UU HHK** HMH HF KV H«»1*K. Ce®lr*J Arcane. Whoieeale and retail dealer in I ~ ported and »»«jje*tir CHU, ttlaxvan, Ae. . .HAx. ti. HAKKI**. *tl < eutra. Are. ‘.envy era: Insurance, Joie, Amu*tent and k Before traveling insure Tour .Ie in the **td rrh*M« **1 rove era’." Real L-tate A cent. Loan# negotiated on p-opertv. SPR 1X0 1890 / i ha ITA uy i a nttrr.i, I j    Ka    tea.    ll    per    da fdverv and Hnardiai ,**taUe to connection V u-tor Bider, TU ami JST Cion street. (J ♦ITI It \ Kilt It alitlp v /    • ha*. V,/ ... Prop, t Biter Lake shore National hank, come; eater an I Third a tree U.    A    6 ae *t*#*k of I’ore..(ru and IwmmtK if ar*. : 'OMV.LIN St V»>, Vy    .lie    ie ■ *eet. Practical h*»rxe-»hw»ua    i* * .lax attention pa>=' to interfering nor***. - ■ • -X of road vc • lr ti. ar Ii*ira** * apeetaiiy. F. D. MATTESON eft? CO I) I Mi I KH l.VIAIXi OH si.Kl KH. I-arrest Daily i* the County. Aa unequalled advertiainf medius*. I I > K 11. K ICXil.NEklilX. COMFILY. J f    I >ru * ri> se..et® A :■ ■ ■ pi*ie. Aaa lit' lurtr of fe agrace* Holier*, P-ii.ey-Nooning Ii augers, eu. Patterns, boff intr*, uui Did, W'l hi’ iiiat hurt to artier. \ .I Vhlkk SHIRT CCK, sue.. AUO and BUT I II Center ntrtet, ManuU*tuiei* of toe ; •Cromwell" sad "Dun hark" perfect * btu Bf J Drexs vturto. on sale in ail iea*unf lurii.^Ui..g. laluifig and *lrjr f *o»ta    ta    Dunkirk. I k r. IN HIH Kl, ll,    434    and    436    Lion    street. Locater ib I tour, I eed, ait, Ki.el Hay, I iioa* ^ tut lea, CU- K»taui.?he*i, i-... till I HofLL au<i t'iU.Uf, '*t    •**.    I    *    u j Dei-ok ha*> a* < <    *••'» »“ 1    ••■>*    . a,e*S no use*. Best accoui mo* tau on* for C*:Qi-uer- .al Ira*viers. J on a J. Murphy, I rup. h HLF.IO A IO, AT sad m £ T#ihi sir*-el. ria* I* urn; I ire. cabinet Hare an*i Dp* coater.of Picture Frame* cu*de u> or*ler. b\‘ |V U. MAI I»0> A Ct»^ ail Central Ave., .ca:er* of Faahwui and Oc-ntietiiei. ouuitler*. j A HF. 1.1. STFLCH HF. A UNO KC Manufa«!lurer* of steam lieaCDg Apparatus. am tar) Plum bi an a specialty. H OHE ST FLC H LAI MIKI. it'.r st»s-.a;t.— k .ne ■'» ria, i «    •    ■    ars ie; Cuff*. *c, aud Lace curia.aa. Free IWiv* ery. A H . Cumui.ufs, auT center street a.1 K. OKU Vt. L Third st. cor. of Buffa* H-uuL ■ tuerr aud den cr in Finn    A HO 14% hl.lLI.KN NKW STOHR, ids L Third SC bo.*k*. stau-iuery, Mu^.eai ln-*a i.menU.Mafaai.iea.Duj autlXeekiy la per » a:.a ever; lh;rf perutiuiuf ta a first Cia#* >*-»k lure, achoo* tiuulu a pptaiiy. | till PKI N TIM* of et rf <te»rriptt -a and al | ti o.we-d iirtua rate® by iiuukirk Printing Compnnv, s aud Ii) h second it JH VAN BHULA A MIM, Fire Life, | Acx leat and teener*! iusurac A l*ea<-err> in Loa! K#tate aud L«*n*. I*ar.ictilar J attentive paid u» toe c ure of properly ooUe«?t' . ua real* Ac- Sin Center st.. Sa*I door. WAIT FOR iHINLAP’S Spring Hat, Saturday. March 1st j Call and See Them NI O KOK s PHA KH. AC V. .wr Central av* sue Kea*lquarter» for Wad Paper U*.bU. Ot a, A*. 1) KICK I N s. J. W .. SOS Center street, Manulaclurer and<teaH r .a Ha: ae***,sa,I Tim, ut.ulea, coLUunv, Trunks,VV h>pv, B' fia > K><:ss*s ll *r%t C*o er*,«»io?e»,Mtktei»p and skrifh I) WHULTKs, ,    IT    feast    I    &;r:    9    i    -*1, Faeiu*4V*hie Tailor, ctenklenwn wiL find ti ti Lueir adv aultccsilcn me .*ef**re pun-..*- u* > i sew here. II IC CA Kl A CNK. ,    L]>»a    xt.t    *C t*rB' TV, liar* I a are, A giU; i tad.' His,! giblet c lap > •«:*». >.'i* uioif.s,    Ie    *»    aru.    A    spec    us. sh* : an. k 1111 ama Pa ’ tan*! donnw mu ne. C. C. Penfold Manufncturer nod Importer. SHA HAIN <*T, BCFFAJL41, N.JY. DEALER 15 I>iamc*nd?*,    Watches ami Jewelry, I lorfc.. »il\* rware, Leather    etc. High a* It Wa* Ila ring th* Graal Flood af I**? — Lamping Hor hi aes at Work. Caod til* a* K very a brr* Critical. New Gulf*en. Man h 15.—-The ^joditioo ot affairs on th* near front is much nnire kb Mal a. tor v than it was on Thunsiar. The auth* *nties have strotmrtheneii th* wenh ptere* ut th* levee, and have <xooatructed n t*tup*)rsry ava at I mg* filled with enrtta from St Louis to Hospital streets and at other point*, but from St Louis street to Canal, where so murfc water came rn Thursday, nothing ha* yen been dona. The city author, tin* aa ll. howerer. oho Un ne the w*yrk •rf <sgmtru*ting a temj** rmry levee along the river front until the I tv ut wune from overflow. even with a Mali higher tai* of th* Hoer I Mf AED BT WIND The levee* m this section are injured more jtwt now by wind and wester than by fhxid. The wind wa# blowing from the n*>rth ye*-tcntey and attaine*l a lekintyof thirty males an bour Onlinariiy a north *md -arnee the nver water out to sew. but this storm has apparently had but little effect upon the river The water flowing into the city from the nvor La# not I men suffi* lent to flood the street* at any point, though the drains on Renville, Conti anti Sc Louis vtnwCa were filled all the afternoon Between Juniata and Third street* the water w running over the Louttvilfe and Nashville tracks, but traffic has not been interfered with Over in Algiers the streets are full of water but no apprehension is felt. Every precaution » being taken by the railrmd authorities to prevent disaster* that might be *»caMo«ed by the re*mg waters. * ten. tilynn. Jr . of the tjiie»<n and Cnwcent route. Cap! Maim of the IHtnots Central. j ami Superintendent Mar-ha.I of the Louisville anni Nashville road. have r»iid**re<t every j amtixtanre p* »ei I tie to the city auth*'n ties rn protei-ting the city from otrerfluw. an*I tend- I ere*! the servua* of the nwpectiv* working fon?m» an«l trauxportati, •« facilities to the ma cor The I# <ujuoarA Lottery compaa > 1« mated t-’H'.OOO to the city t*> be useii *y« the iev»*ea IKMEDlart REPAIR VE* EMMART The Picayune s Ba von Sara «pe* ial an The rain has 'aa—I an*I the sun is shining Our draining machine has been running very steadily, the effect being very perceptible on the water in town. J (lies labs tut. police juror from Potnl C<aipee, arrived here yee-teniay ami pur* ha*e«i a bare* of lumber for the M .rgan sea levee, which be report* id ; lad ootnlithin. He has winxi the state authorities asking f*»r awixtance. He thinks with immediate attention the levee an be Msved A string northeast wind been blowing here Th# river regtxTerw 3fti feet I im-h. a rise <rf A-IO of a foot in one ‘lay. This Hid wa tm that the Morgan sea levee i# xtill b> i*l:ng    m Th# Times-Democrat’s Yakxburg. Mlss., j sjw-ial xays: The steamer Helen Meat!, under i-harter to the Louisiana levee board for the l»ai»t few days. ha* returned here Her re- ! !■ rte xhow the weakest pointe arest Wliaons F< *int and L» >ngw>«#i levee#, but the oiodi-th’U* are crituai evervwht re At Willow Point. las., the captain L mild w ater running over the leve«s He is an eifanemod river man and tv*imiders that Louisiana will mevit-alJy g> • under even if the Mivuxeippi ie vees bold dowu. Prewidcnt Maxwell of the I amma na levee board » in the city to buy material. He take# a more b*<p**ful view of the situation aid says hD pe« *pl** are working nard The cuatrartim* still have their hand-, tools and •ramp at Longwood, but have sent away their teams ias'au.xe they are unable to use or feed them at Ia*igw<<od. They went to Lake Providence. THE SITt*ATI*>5 ALARMING Col. Maxwell thinks the Pecan Grove lev** »«afe. There is a go* id protection levee there and the main lim? can be ix»mplete«i in four dam of gwsl weather, He ci>nsi<ierHrhe A batta the rn* et <langer* us levee on the Louisiana hoe. and the one where a crevasae would do the most damage Barges and IUD He regartx the *utu- Parker of the levee ordered hen* to aid harb**r. hut on ac- EMR 4 VI .VG. GOLD, f SIL VER PLA TISO A COMPLETE LINK OF d'Vr : ;.    1    -""{HOLGOODS iiuakrk Pi AU ag c<>mpaay, 8 an«i IU fc. becoad **t. , , C IH#LI*ti HOLHKNH kl KIL [g    I    * r. I Linl iii't bain*' iii., .h-i„r iii Oran:>e, Mar* «, I sgKiug anc .iii Kila * -xPiuo. Cad an mc arfore t*iyin. our *i*te- w*ik. > |**LKV A UL [g    7 and S feaet I'm! street Vt hixk) , Wiaas, hrac-l.e*. t» *t.erai Lu|u«or filuff for I a:*s!y a st , OI.KUT H HAY. I v    Lion street, a oar Ute lcpe4. .town it ag, aa ie, Feast sal Livery tKaiut tabliag by use day or week oh aaaauaa tit ira*. EH J. GIF'FXIIUl. FII Centra. Ave. I , S staitv , trencral tiuaniKV sad K’>« IL»tS« ..enL lira, Life, leecWnt, an** Live suvj uMwaaca. ITouipt attention git.us lo v*i* a* p I selling Heal ea*t*te IC. JUNK'S. » IL r& nlit.oof lice*. Lace tau ir Meal Market. Freeh, Balk aa eked Mea ta, Lvrxi, >* usa «■*•*, Uywten* aa wtfsry. » IT*. HTN JKWETRI. AC Bur tlu Aurora E.silr ■*.; IT »*<>h. K►‘pair*nr a •aerially Frank I. >Ut»f. 83 IL Thirti st ETM. HOC HEK, Merchant Tai*sr. ti* Cmtrt! five***# :uu MAIN STREET, Iron tm** H**Srl. ELY S Catarrh :23m Bj!m I lean*#** the No* a I Pew age* kl* *. ar, I mUtvrrvrD nd* *. ■ - ^.iwirrKTUi I dis lh' Nills It#**. >re* the Gna* af Taste mad sine IL » "K hay-fever A partiele ut applied into each aoetril aa«i is igreeahle. Pr:«*r rn rent* at Druggists: by mail - KIA BIMTHVK'vH rfi freev. New York men are at w<*rk there atu na a# very a lam:* ag The Umte«i State# tug board service ha«i boon the work in Vp*kwlsirg i'ount of the eniert'wiH-y the onter will be countermanded, a- the Parker will be needed on the Ijouisaana xi-le The Vueen aiel Cree-cent pe»ip*le an? j*imtive an overflow will •ircTir. but ^hink they an keep the Shreve-port divua.m running a few da vs after it «rm They guarantee freight trams for only a few days. A RIG GAR Capt. J Pinckney Smith of The State, who » at Convent, telegraph# as follow*:    Maj Edward*, gen-ral manager of the LouisvJI®, New Arlean> aud Tela* railnia.1, is at the break three nukas above this place with a | large force of men. The gap* tx IOO feet wuie ami 4 feet ileep. The levee » a small one, ! aiwi tile rat'mad tra«*k t# about a «{uarter of a mile back. The water is absit ten inches •ieep *»n tht' tnu*k. B«>th the *tprw and the kiral down tram# are on the upjier sate of the break, and v*->;teniay morning'* up-train is exjiecteil to return to th# city. A dwpatoh re*el cr*i by the M ceisaij>y>i Val ley railn md *»ffi<‘iak» asys: -The brvak wa# caused by rice flume, The levee was new and hair feet above the pnnent Sage of water B«dh end# of the break have heen secured, an*I men are at w<>rk closing IC They will probably get it cl* ae«i by to-mghc * • lur tra* k ie but little un*ier water anti only :»e»><I- a few culvert* repai. —I in onier that | train# may psoa. whk*h work will he dime by { to-night ** Glad to fiat Five Per Cent. New Yidut, March iA— Hokier* of 9fi per cene of the imiebuxlrKte' of Heurv S. Ive# A Col have oweotel to settle for 3 cents on the dollar it is expected that the consent of the remaining -5 per cent will seem be secured Ives and Stayn >r will protmbly be releaxe*! from Ludlow street jail soon. Action ba.' been granted resjuirmg credit* *n» to ap- j pear May I and show r&.u.xe why the settle- , merit should not be o*nf:Tined by the coart. J Mr Cromwell, assigi.e* of the firm. says that $#.i)i*',<s»» out af the * I *.'*10.1100 in-irbO'ioees has been paid off. ani in view of the intangible and complicated ham ter of the remain-ter the crmiitori cooeentmi to . he xettlemant on the 5 cent basis. PIUiFExalON IL > T. KOLPH. M. DL. 1 *    Phvxicsn    sad    Sargeoa Ice *ver Lf**a’* Drug 'lore. Le.', ie OC •, reBtrs* \ venue’ Tai* phone N«u 8. 4’alle m*i be left at I v*hj'a Drunkenness Dr tile Liqaor Habit Positively Curef it AiaiisTtttM m. ifiiacr asun inrnt it cm ta* f wen la a cm af cafe# ar tea. ar te ar belee of toed. WU Bout the knowledge of the per* cor. I ak: agit; it is aheoi ately h armies# sad wJI effect a permanent and speedy cora, wbethel :rcP Add re** In coof learn, *^    1    SPECIFIC    CO    188    lac*    JI.    CtNteteLb Charged With Fabrulrmmt New Yore. Man-h IS.—Frank A. Diffen-dorfer. f<imieriv of Ijtocaster. Pa . was arrested in Brooklyn • iiarjp-d by hr* brother with having mi-Appr *pnatwi 5te*.»FG of his fatner * est Ate Ddfensk *rfer will be taken to Lancaster to Blower the •'barge against him    ______ J#» rh E* trn • a Hew*I. I.*ar a.'TER. Pa . Man h lo —J weph Erk-nwn <nr of the b«wt known iron nm-ters in the state, and for nearly forty year# .usus-ger of the Grubb fumaoe at Mount Hope and Columbia, died yesterday, aged 78 years. PtCKTHALL FOUNO. A Re patter letervtews Blas at Taverns. Ari*.— BlrrkAll la Prl**»w. New Yoax. March 15. — Th# World's specud fr«rn Tu.aaa, Ari*.. save Neville PVk-tholi of VV odstock, OnL . whoee uara* is OOO-reeled with Bin-hall. aline Lord Home met. the murderer of Ben well, is her* Th# Warld correKpnodent -ailed aa him Thursday. Ha vt *24 years of ag#. • feet la height weigh* IM I xxi od* i* of Light complexion and has a light moustache. He left Woodstock sud den iv Fab Id, sad went right through ta New York an«i amvad tha morning at the 11 th. He went to the Metropoiitan hotel aad registered aa N. H. Jarkaoa. He left aa Fab 14 for C ah forma. At Darning N M . he says he lost his ticket and ail hi* money and baggage He armed bere ca Feb. 27. registered a* Jackson, and ta now stranded for want »rf fund* The reason he left home so suddenly wa* be*-atlee be bed lost heavily in speculation, anti fearing suit* wanted to avoid “perojtiai service.’’' Ro he xavt be ws-nmed the name af Jackson that hi* wbereabiiuta might not. be diwx/v-ered. ae he hoped to make up hie koans ta business rn California. He saw from newspaper report* that rn telegraphing to hts wife his whereabouts ha*I heen discovered and also a* hie name connected with Birchall Btrchsdl alway' apueareii to have plenty of mouey, Pk-kthail say* and was free rn its use H*>w and where he came m poeaeeaion of it wa* always a mystery to* hun. as he wa* engaged in no vi>.Me businoah. Mi ay of hi* actions appearwi to ba shrouded in mystery. Bin-ha ll frequently liwsted un hts riding out with him. blit he always refined. W hen »hev left Woodstock in May la*t he said that he wa* going to the Thousand I ■‘lands ‘■That vs* the last I ever saw of him or hi* wife,” aaid PickthalL except when at the Metmpuiitan hotel od the morning, I think. of Y*b 14 A* he '-ante down stairs I saw a woman I took to be Mr* Somerset sitting ta the drawing n# m. apparently waiting for sou.# of>, I lulnt speak to ber a* I wa*A pout I v« of ber identity, but examined the rnr-frr t* < xee if 'he and Somerset were reg- HOUK FOK THU LIBERALS. THEY WILL CONTEST THE SEAT NOW HELO BY LORD CHURCHILL. The Torte*' fhiae tile Ilia (I- eSiaa urn t* — Eat p*rar >• War* W#*kr*e4 by af Kaedalph • Coaetit-Wtllioja'a Great Labor •wheat* Regardag With Do alo’* Suit far Diva Doubt — lord l»5r*«e March JA—The nvligna?*si man ifeeteil toward Lord Han>l>4|>h Churchill by Torwa generally and hu conscitoetita parUc-ulariy in xstxeiqueoce of hi# attack upon the government has inspired the IJ berat* with hope if not a boul Ute coofl<lence that they will be able to rapture the sent for South Pad dlngt< si. to which I#ord Randolph va returned uita'ppnoed at the text election. In any event the liberals will contest the seat at the next -ieetion. and if the T*iriee put up a candidate to eppiiH# 1‘hurchill. a* They doubtksM will, the chance# of the 15 bere ie winning th# seat will be ex<-eitent. THE REGILT IN DOC BT N'itwithstanding the •'•xnphmente wh*-h are being paid to Emperor William br the pr#«e • >f all eerteooa at the empire upon the excellence rf the delegate-, chosen to sit in behalf of ftermany in the labor coarfareocq, there » a general feeling that the <vsiferenre will be barren .of the mnilte which his majesty expects anti for which the people have twee I*si to hope The prompt acoept-axi- e by Frau*« of the invitation to participate m the 'x nfereoce was a* gratifying a* it wax un# j j#* ted. but the widespread arni powerful opp'sutftoB to tha government’s a tion in aixv-pttng the invitation arni designating repi>-^*ntativee which is being shown in the column' of a majority ot the Fren«*h newxpa;* r*. t-ames «tonvictton that relaxation of the tension between France and Germany will n r be one of the nwuIt* of the deli berat * ais of the cengreea THE MI VER# STRIKE. By the action of the Miners' Federation in resolving to inaugurate a general strike owing to the indifference of the masters to the demand# of the men upwards of :J50.00f) are BUCK EWiNG’S CASE ti WEEKLY TRADF REVIEW. ArgsMMU xige*. heavy t'ferxxi I di.in t find the name ami •'one*- affected M#nv mine owners have become quetitlv suppuod I wa* mistaken, until I saw rn the f aper* that he had registered a* Birch ail. which name I never knew hun to assume " Pick Thai I d tint know Ben well. who is represented a* murdered, and is surprifod to tem that Sr»fi.#r*et is charged with the crime, as with all hi* had trait* of -•harai’ter. he •■annot Fie led to believe that he would commit murder, although he wa* always a mystery He dceea t know Pelly. but ta «?er-tain from th# d#-*>ription given that be is not Dudley. P# kthall stares that he will remain -ev#r*| day* until be <nn receive fiuxfe from home and then will pm veil to Call forma Birr hall in Prison. Woodstock, Ont.. March 15—BmhaH wa* •juc'ti*in the jail here by a reporter ui regard to nix antecedents, eto He spoke quite freely **Dki vou see Pickthall rn New Yorkr the r**j« rter adked. “No, I did not." •*Ln*i you write bim bevor# vf>u left the old country T “No. If I did. wouldn’t it i>e known he ref* “Du! he write youU “No. he 'id ihA." He eiprw*«ed greet interest in PirkthaiTs affairs and «aid be wa« awaiting the outt>onie with much inter*—t. He went on to explain that the rea • o w by so many young Englishmen came to this country wa* that it coat their fathers far lea* to -aipport them here. Bm hail wa* taken into the jail yanl in the afternoon for an airir.g While there *ue of the prL'«*ie-“s. a lunatic, apor ai'hed hun very .-nutk*u>r and after ii mr prriiinfMarj remark# plumped the qiiewtion: “Did you shoot the man ” Birr hail iaugheil. but said nothing. THE FLACK CASE alarmed at the prospect at a nations! strike and hav# already granted the deman<ix of the men. lait many others are still Arm in their j refusal to na ne the rx«ce»ai< «* *»k*il It is probable, however, that the determined attitude of the miner* thr-s g exit the country | will induce the obdurate masters to come to terms or at least agree to a >ati*/a< tory com-pvamum whereby a 'trike may be averted LORD DPNLO'fl DIVORCE ac IT. I#1 rd Dunlo, who ha* begun a suit tm divorce against hi# wife, formerly a music' hail | j linger, ha# retained Hit Charles Rum*ii a* counsel. It m asserted that rn addition to Ditto re Wertheimer, the wealthy young Jew, w ho i# named a* en-respondent in the action, x#ver*i other*, some of them Ultimate friend* of the plaintiff, will be cited Pi defend thetn-w-lve* against the accusation of having coo-tributed to Lord Dunlo * gnaiiHi# for absolute xei<arsti*'n fnxn “my lady ” EDIsny’S ORaTTTI DE Thou .a-* A Edison, the American elec-tnoian. ba* f< rwarleii to Dr Fndler of Dresden a magmfiiv-nt servKw of stiver in recognition of the phvwician's attention to his daughter on the oceanic*! of her illness in January Mi*# Edison wa* taken ill while ou a railw ay train en route from Venn* to Berlin aud upou her arrival at Dreoden wa* removed to a boon tai. where it wa# found that she had uuaJlpox. Her rapid and com My r*wa*el wa Bark f*#ei«ia* New Yoax, March IS —The argument on the a# tam of the Metrofiehtan Exhibition company the New York I ase ba; I club for a preliminary or temporary injunction agamist the famous taaseuall player, “Buck ’ E*u^. wa* heard by Jud^e WaRat ye^enlay. Mr George F Chi -.“xter ap pear tai for the company and in ha opening addrem explaine«! lune fly why the wti.wi wa* begun- He then rea*I the omtra-t ebb ha# been ii se* I between the baseball - iuh* of the national league and their players. He dwelt esiie* ally u}»a the cia UM## which bind the player and vet forth the right of the complainant to proceed aga 111-1 the p laver ta court for damages for , bcea' h of contract. Mr DuysCer said be <*on*idered th# coo- I tract made with Ewing by the complainant . a# specific a# it wa# poxeible to make ii Ewing had been notified in October that bn servlox* for the sea#on rf IN*) would be required arui under the optional cia use of the 'xxitrart, signed by him he wa* bound to play with the national league In clewing, damsel contemled that hi* client wa* entitled to an injunction. Ex-Judge Bacon appeared for Ewing and stated the a!fl<ia vit <rf the complainants wa* •rroneixi* wherein it wa* stated that Ewing wa# notified in 0»>D>bar that his services were required for 1*46) Ewing notified tbs 'ouiplauiant# at the expiratHin rf hi* contract for i*te# that his wrvi<v* were otherwise engaged He regarded the action against his | clieot a* a conspiracy He pointed out that ? it wa# -et forto in the complaint that Ewuig 1 wa* a resident of Ohio wnereas be wa* a ran- , •tent <rf this city and also that the action was brought by the Metropolitan Exhibition -ranpony, while the cootnn-t wa* nuuie with -he New York bowel mil club. Mr Batxei then entered into a lengthy dia-'u»a*m ms to the meanuig of the reserve •iauxe ut the contract, but before he had con-*hkled the •'ourt ordered a rmveea • After re*-#*-*» Jinlge Bai-on resume)! his argument He referred to section 4 of tha rogue rule#. whk*h stip»ilate» that no players '.Hall Ie paid more man    i^r vear The N'w York dub br )ke tin* rule, be said, as they paei Ewing #4.000 for la#t vt# ai’* work. lf the injunction were i*#ued it wi<ulii be equivalent to a daciai<ai that Ewing would n*»t he allowed to earn hi* living at anv work "TP T -VW|' rf t?» . ISH I * eirept plavmg baxebmli Pit the New York po,nted feahng LOSSES OPEN CAUSED WINTER. BY THE league Hub. Mr. • bate folk'wed for the plaintiff and ma< ie a xtrong argument in favor-rf the reserve nile. Iteci'i<m wa# reserved. AN IMPORTANT SUIT. It Real Involve* th* Title lo Large I-star* and A ill Properties. Wahhitgton. Mar>-h 15.—The case of Evan Randolph* exa’aton against the Quidmck comjmny, C. Sweet land. trustee, xutvctweor to Zachariah < haffm . <!. .-eHx*xf, anti B. B. and R. K. Kiu.'ht wa.- ca.‘.-J for hearing in the supreme cxmi t of the rnitrxi Stute-. Lute Thtmday aftem<»>n Th** lane- is one of great interest, a* it inv- sv.-. the titk* to nearly all of the stock of th-* U1 ndnk-k com-l«uuy i ie I to the 'arge mill ext* rex at Arctic and (Juidmck. now in the pax* - ; u of the Meesrx Knight alai of th* i:e# (Juidnk-k Manufat'turu) - w thetu of the I i ion all of which is el .use.I by tie* plaintiff The pla:ntuf < counari were Gen. B F Butler aiel And e I. Patton who have pieta recovery is a-a rihe.i by Mr Edison to >,WI ,t,un^‘ far Bpragwa throughout ail the •■are anti treatment of Dr Frailer, who attende<i her througnout. Herr Vetter, a lank treasurer of Bremen, ha* been arrested for embeszling the fund* of the lank Hi* peculations amount to •175.000 POOR EXCUSES Of the Brutally Opened for the People by A Mutant I Metric t Attorney Gag. New Yore. March 15.—The jury having l«een cxanpietssi rn the Flack cnnaptrary «-aae the trial of the cause was begun yesterday. The court room wa* thronged, and the defendant*. Sheriff Flack and his soc and lawyer Meek*. >at l<e*i.ie their cososseL Aa-ii#taut Di#tri)'t Attorney Goff "perked the • ase for the prrwecution. He defined the chargee against the a«x used and gave a review; of the cir-um#tan<-e* of the <-axe Mr Goff told the jury a fundamental element in the 'ase was fraudulent practi.ee rn the adm mixt rat KXI of juxti.-e The de-femlants    were    indi.’ted    for two crime#: ,    m    ,    t    *    '-mmzm.    tex    1    rm    A&acr    *    os*    %    i#u«b«. JKX. £\ vat j oEK ii    UL Un.for fr«J.lnl™«y prr.-unnc .    treat    diWUM with*Ait the knowledge of the plaintiff, 1 Mary E Fla«%k, and the other for oxwpiracy pervert and obstruct the due admimstra-tion of the law, The (ase would turn on the querti**o of whether Ma: y E. Flack knew of the (xxitemt lafe.i divorce. Mr. Goff tra<ad the career of the defec«iants. The fi urth xmspirmtor. be said, was Flack’* nii'trex-, Swrwh J Bar rn. xxi, who hid heen spintei! away by the defer*la:.Lv The fifth 0'xi«.jHjrat>»r was dead. Judge Ambroae Moueli. Tlaxw c- n-; .rat«x*» found a w tiling tool in Jtkige B*«‘L'ta ver (rf the court of (xxnmon f lea*, who, by our law*, could tag be indicted for a crime done a* judge, aiel could only be u»p-a h*fil .After rev* argument* were oiarludetL and court <rf!v era were called a* wit new en to identify the jiaper* rn the divorn (.aaa Court then adjourned until today. VETOED BY GOVERNOR HILL. Ile '*»» The Pru»a Rill (Inned if* 'pee.nl l*ft*lat ALBERY. Mar* h 15. —4 uvernor Hill sent to , the iHeiabij yretecday a veto of Mr Haw-milier * bdl authoring the ni|>ervMurs of Gnon«iaga county to sell the premixes now use I a* a penitentiary and jail ami to pur cha-e a new ut# and erect suitable building* there, ai. The governor in substance says: The bill is con* xx tod by its fneud> to lo- »peciai Iegi'latioa. Br vim,xi for jute mrh objo-t# ae the btl! seek* to accompli'h ha# been made by general statute*, by tin- general law the aliii mauve votes of two-thirds of the mem ber' -nefei to two siiTCN'it? imanbiof super-visors at their annual meeting and the xcb#e-quent affiri. ativ# vote# cf twiethird* of the elector?. v<4u.g upon a pr"ftu*ituai or* new gary to secum- a removal of the ut* «rf any county building or budding*. There are stringent provision# deigned to prevent hatey and ill cotMdered actma aa the part of mantas of sujiervisoni in t be dia-poaitxxi of matter# in whkh the people of the county are vitally interested The UU before me would nullify the pro-v-lxkXI* of the general statute a* far a* Orion- I daga county is ooaccmed. and confer a pun the board of super* i*r.rs of that county arbitrary arni absolute power in determining the change of site. I do not pen el v# the w i>dotn of mi- h legisiaTioo. lf for aurar particular reason it t* deemed bete to secure the removal of the?*? part: rn La r building* lmmedi- I ately it would arem a* if the proper and wise course of actum was by amma meet to the geoermi law. Raaian ORIciale for Treating Prix*'tier*. Lojnxte, March 15. — The Times' Bt. Petersburg correxpendent notices the ootnpil-atuxi <rf an official rep*>rt tm the late Siberian outragex The report dispute* the truth of tb*- tee.rte - of r>vx ut . lrvulatnxi in Loudoa ai* I Bari.' in that (VBMctioR The txirree-potntout. after iii tuna ting ‘hat it l# the pur-p»**? of Ru.x#ion offi.-uiL' to ignore the xtartiuig st<'xy of Siberian atrocities a# Nihilitelc I calumnies, says:    “The otinunitemUx of prison* 'tate* that the A mer*-on delegate# w< ukl make a great nnteake if they at tempt-I e«l to bfxjach the Stljeruui scandal* at the in-ternat*>nai prtsoti • -• <ngre*.' The xame official, commenUng on Mr George Keunau # expose of Bu*'urn prison J management, said it* force wa* weakened by reason of the fart that Mr Keonan had ma The administrator admitted the overcrowding of the pru*xi.x, but pleaded that the government wa# attempting a reform in that particular Being pressed, the official admitted the substantial truth of the reports (rf the Si lo-nan outrage# a* published in western Europe, but insisted that Mr. Iv -nnan and other# in their wntings created a purely ideal Nihilist woman. Dt'Cipline most be preserved, ax*I flogging. as a pontshmmta for the slapping of an < fficial** fa«e.    to*    eof.•r?>ed. The strug gle with tile a alar* x wa* .Riixeai by prisoners, ainu si with rev(*lverx wounding several of the former. It u though*, the cnrre*|x n’tont a ld' that the trouble will m*ult in the exile* being deprived -rf the pnv ileg# of retaining their revolvers. _ Arrangement* tor the I <*a fere nee. Berlin .Mach 15.—The I uteri us ti. xiai labor emtference will convene rn the main tall of Prince Bismarck’s paia.-e. It wa# there that the c. ag rem of 1W7N ■x;r.du.ted its deLibermdoaa The proceedings will be .-peon! by the Prussian minister of comroerce. Bar»ai vou BerleoNch. wh»» will wepsxne the delegate# on behalf of the emperor and explain I the detail* (rf the meeting The alphabetical ! rule will lie used in the matter of placing of •totogat#'. wh*> will Oix'upr seat* with the j iiutial totter a# toe nan** of I he >■ ain try ahi h ; they represent. Tha Ki*is«rck A«k« far ppttrt. Berli n Man-h 15.—It t* -lated that in the course of the interview betvasa Pnncs Bm msn-k and Dr. i^irhocvt. the '-Lance!tor ate-*1 the cieri»ai leader lo xu;<t*>rt the g*>v-erament in the reschetag. The government is pi ar mg for intfwluction ta toe reic betag proproaL' for financial xuppor* to the military (lefortnamt, which will ta- xtartiiug in their magTtituds and scope The UtrrpMi Decker*' xtrlk*. Lrv ERfxioL. Mvr >h 15—The situation with regard to the duck laLx-erV tertke 'lenotes that the tenter# have iox-n defeated. The palii- xi of the men ix meruu-ing. and there are grave fear# that sen was oaliteons wifi sosue The pl*# an? -rn the alert to prevent dteturtsue-e. A (ii odor on ion Fleeted. Lowitote, Marr h l.\—The election to fill the vacant seat for St<tee-upuo-Trent, which took place Tester)lay r*#ulte>i in the return at Mr G. Lev#*rjo-Gow#r. * rted-u .nun, who received 4.157 vote# to 2.1/J8 cast for Mr W ti Alien. U aion *te. M«rth«ai» H )-lpa«t xoin* bf tha Rrr«nl 4 xW    — Vt iM'tippi Rifer Flood* lntorfo'o VT Uh Dlxi nhatiOM—-Ao I ilia ordlaaHly I-mrj» Vnlam* of Baaiooaa ( on ttnoox—(roo Weak and rattan Stood; New York, March 15—R G Dun A Co’*, weekly review .rf trode #av*. “There w s* not enough of th*- ie lated an*! fragmentary winter to make |uod U*sww xux-tamed by re't ruled < ton us: ul for waiMxiabto goods, or to prevent one >-on'iderabls failure ■ame#! bv arrete~1 d:>*n hut ion and oollec-iion*. Hr the <x»*ler weather helped a little in many brandle# .rf trade while it lasted Now grant fl«s#l» in the Miouxnippt valley interfere with diterihution a'd threaten sen* xix *iLxa#te a On the other hand, tha monev market ha# teen relieved by treomiry dtodxirxr ineiit* by another reductKxi in rate by the Bauk of Hug Un id and bv a fail of 4% of a cent iii the rat# of «ter ling ev< mange The volume of buxine#* continue* extraor-d man Iv large, at New York etooringx sx-'■e»>ding late lear # by 5 per cent., at Benton A per -ent. at Uhiladrlpbia by ll! {er cent, at tlilcago by IT per <ent. and at all other point* by 15 per >x-nL Th# nu rse** in rail naul earning# for February wa* about Ti A per ent It rn difficult at time# to recon»-ile these proof* ut Large bd#lues* with expression* vrf dlxafipotntinent so >rften heard, unless it *» remembered that prices are low and the inargiu for probta very na rn -ar thr i Box market ar raker “The weekly output of iron fumet va ta blast Mai >h I wa* lnD.ilMl ton*, against ITA* •fit? Jan J, and 14^.775 a year ago. To manv tht* further inn ease of over 4 per cent for the mouth will xrem surprising, but it wa* aura Hint xxi a month ago that xeverai large furnace* were about to go into blote W Uh a pmdiK faxI exiwe»iing that of last year more than J* per cenL, and already at the rate ut y.Ottt.Mi) ton* yearly, the ton# of the market ha# I e'en weaker arid prices have again (to dined A rsdnrtinci «rf $1.50 in the priiv* of BimiiRghaui non so that it is now offered in ea'teni market* 50 cent* below similar iron fr».m fVniixyIvKDia, ctvmpel* seller, to make ri-tv'e-"»)ti# and canoe# s nervous and <i:xap Whether the breek of 5 ■ent# in a .lay anti IO '-ent# in a week in the pries cf Tennessee O a1 and Iron stock ha# any connection with this reduction in pnce. .'annot be stated Rail* are quoted half a dollar lower ami one lot t# saad to be for sale at gH The dr-nutmi for liar iron t* batter, but on the whole there is a* vat a lack of evidence that the country can oonnume at the rate it I# now producing pig tnwi and lowrer price# are apprehended COTTOM MASC FA CTC RE*. ■There I* no set back as yet in the cotton manufH' ture. although raw ixtebxt ha* again advan'-ed a xixteenth. exjxvrta iwitig aln#et up to late v*-ar’s for the week and for six month# ending with Fsbruarv t,KHl,U0,(IOO pound? against    for the ane month* of the pre Vi..«x year Tbs MfMNTiUi' ti- xi to large, atle* here reachmg 512,011b bales for the week, and Mi**tx*:ppt ti«»«i# lend #*xim-strength to the movemenL Gocsto are in steady and fair >letuand. but prwwa obtainable mpony, who fair- haxe#I ret((rn leanly profit* with material at • aerany -< -ne years ago. present -oxt No <-hange apfiears in the wool an<l woolen trade, th*-ugh a treasury deci*i«g| raising the <luty <>n ring vs ate* checks another form of importation. At Phila<lelphut there I* little demand and some weeklies*; at Beaton -alee for the week have been larger than for -oiiK- tim# post, J.Ski.UU) ptiuud*. of which J. '*51, ll Ii were domestic, but the good* market d* #•* net improve. In boot* and shoex teiyrr# are numerous, and leather to st ady with (an demand, but hi*Ie* are quiet. M ■ .r<- M»h- s re ie «ied (rf rubber good*, an*I the J demand for l*u.idmg material* of ail worts continue# Large with prices tem I mg upward. TRADE IR THE INTERIOR “Report# fnan other citiea indicate some improvement in the voiume at trade, where • Lange to noticed. At Philadelphia dry Ip##is are rather sluggish, but there t* more confidence in gr<Mv*ries. At ilu<'ago rweipt# of gram *#puti. and of meats and provisions largely sxosed iaxt year Dry got*!# xato# are Ia-1)rn- last year. lait collections are aver age. and the cktehmg trade fair At St. Lush* tra>le in winter g«»#ix ha* beet: improved by th# w eather, but southern ditenbu ti*-n i' unpiled by the fl*##is below. At Mil# Waukee an«i • dev “land trode ha# improved somewhat, at < ‘maha it is larger than late year and at other wentem points fair, though at Denver ar*! waue other pointe unaetttoi freight rate* make ami* difficulty. At Pittsburg the general bu-Inew* tx g»»#i. twit weak. new* is felt in irxio. and flint gins* world are rvotri* ting outfit he«-»u*e of dullneM*. At ali points reporting any change in coHertinna, they ore rte .re xattxf actory, and the western rn.amy market# are well *uf>plied. while ifMSiey u tight at Philadelphia, but easier at B*^-t)Xi. “No < hangs of cntMequetirw in rate* has ocurred in the New York money market. though the treasury has paid out $1,000,OOO j more tiian it bas taken in Et port# of cot- J ( Uj«4, l>readteuff.' and oil for February to the value .rf f'3».217,«eto. against $Xi,8!fl,fi08 but year, show a gain of 17 per cent., largely due b* doubled exfairt* of wheat and flour. But fur two week* of March the exports from New \ ■ -rk have fallen below last vear # nearly J per cent, while imports mcreaaied “Tlie stock mar aet blok a start upward up*'n the annouisxMiieat of a pun-ha -e of th* Burlington and N ort bern by the Burlington aiel Uuirw-y. nut the untaxuiing by holden* •’n* rn heavy that the advance st* quw kl/ te-pf»d Railroad stocks ars, uevertbeW. si-out 75 ceti*# per «bare higher than a week ag », but trute dock* ar- weaker, and T**n-n*'s*ee < ’oai and Lrrm I Od, .eau lower. The speculative market for prr#Ju< Lx have been a little teD'nger. ex epting for oil, wb» h ha* dropped 5 cents; wtoat and corn are half a cent higher; coffee a quarter higher, and pork I-* duct# a little 'trouger But af##-ilia tv a ut unt rampant, and rn likely to be restrained for a m.mth by fear of tight m./oey. “The taunnews failure* during the last even days number for the I ailed States 217, and for i.’aLoda 3&—total 252, os compared with JKI Last we-k. a* ‘ail the week pre-, mu# to ti., last. For the <-orr#*poadrng week last year the fig..res were J*.I, repreaenting £Si in the U rn tex I Stares aiel .84 in Canada “ thk* vai I u# forum of the Sprague litigation. The (lefen*iant* are rei'rexeute'i by ii cs*re C. Frank I'arkhurxt, repr**xenting the (Juui-nick (NKnijany; Miller A Brown, rcpreaenting the New Iguninick Man ufo. taring )x«npany, an*I J weph C. Ely, representing B. B A R. K. Knight, with Hug. William L Putnam of Maine aacouusH. Mr Putnam to well known a* a very able lawyer and a# one of tim fixh-ene# cotnmixeion under President Cleveland. I Mr Hail flan I. the new fnxteee. to repre-xente«i bv William Roe liter <rf Providence. The bnefx and argument# of counxel on both xkle# were very elaborate ami covered the entire history of the SpragiK* failure, the execution of the trute lee.11,» Mr • ’ha rf cc and the various I'roeeedingx in the courts of Rh(#ie Lxland Gen. Butler claimed that the tm#t deed wa* fraudulent sud that nil the pr)#e*xi;ng* ua th' Sn reme court of Rh -ie Liand w ere void. Ex-Governor W illuun Sprague i# xafei to be in the city watchii*g the progreM* of the case with deep interext Th# de* i'*on of the court will probabl v not be announced for xome weeks. SAFETY OF ELECTRIC WIRES. La wx lures* lea* ton hr th# General Committee l otitlnued. New York. March I\—The committee on general laws .rf the -tate -enate met in the Hotel Metropole ye-tenlay af tens ton. to continue their investigation into the electrical mat tern .rf New York city Mr Vim Giexen. inspector for the board of fire underwriters, wa* the first wit ness. He testified that proper iti-ulatiufi would prevent Area. He could not -av that he knew .rf any .ase where a fire bad Den the result of oixTdentM to electric light w .res, He •lid not think it possible for anybody to tell that electric light anre# had .aiL^d a fire, n’-'-v ?h-*v had -eeu the actual liegmiung of the firs »v niiara A. Aaderann, «upertut*ndent of he survey iepartniertt of the New York H»hun! of fire underwriters, wa# next quo-tested. He saki he thought electric light# ax -afe ax ga* he knew (rf no great fire <atised by electric lighting wires. After recs## a number of Hectncial expert* gave testimony of rn technical charaHer and the committee od>■crn#!. To.st to the COB jog of new thingito ode; what ye uh xii wear.— variety is wha! the world want* Just arr.veil a lot of Men** aud Boy** Velour Shirt# worth 50 cts. which we WU! Tell at 87 ct* A beautiful line of novelties inJewelry. Sleeve Buttons. Col ar Hutto***, Scarf Pm*. Bracelet* Neck lace*. Broaches, Cuff Pm*, Ear Ring*, jfkc., all with sets of be*t nuraitatioo stone* in Hoi! Gold not the cheap tarnish kind. Ladies Medium Weigh! Co ibm Ribbed Vent# only IO eta. Children's Fancy F**t Black Ribbed Hose werth IS ct* for » ct*. Beat line of of Aria Shield* only Si ct*. 10 ct#., 12* eta , and L5 et* Old fashioned linen Note Paper only 5 cu per dozen, aud Square Envelope* to match at fi ct* for package of 25, thin Paper and Envelopes if told in bo* form would sell for 25 cis A Special lot of W hite and Cream En« velope* for 8 and 5 ct* a pack of 25 en' velopea. Latest Novelty in Fancy Bo* Linen Note Paper for IU ct* . w .rth 30 ct* A Limited lot of Fancy Bo* Nots Paper for 5 eta School Tablet* only 2q ct* School Crayons only 9 cia , per box. Extra Large Writing Tablet* Superior Quality Paper for IO eta —Children a Large Boxes Fancy Paint* on!» IO eta. Ladies Cornet Cover* made of »up«r> i *r quality muslin only 25 cts New Style fancy Novelty Braids eery Pretty Design*. Bes* Quality and finest assortment of Black. White, marble and Colored Table 011 Cloth five quarters wide^only 23 eta. a yard Fancy Linen Torchon Lacon all width* Nod the greatest variety of design* only ct9- ** ct«* . Set*.. cl* . 4 cts . 44 cf*. to 21 ct*,, per yard the chou eat assort-anent in the City. Anew and attractive assi rim eat of lie Celebrated P. < • ntemeri Mousquet* aire. Suede Gloves equal to eight but-ton* in all the best sizes. The moat desirable Patti rn* in Hamburg flouncing* at 3S ct* , 45 eta., and 55 ct* , per yard these are worth yournee- »b&* □ A fine selection of Infants’ fancy cai' broidered W bite Flannel Skirtings at the low price of 75 eta., VT ct*., and $1.25 per yard, these flannels sell for just about one-half more in other. Infants' and Children* Cloaks and Ri bes for $ I 25 to f3 50 ea< h Latest Style# and favorite colors ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ha* just receive*! a full line of Mill i I J fc'c::’: ai ftssgsg: Ftejtial to any in the city, and at prices that will pay yon to**; him Udoi purchasing. C»piUl    for    iRTMimtBt Gle.vx Falls, N Y . Mxrch 15,—William Bartram of Bertram i work# Edinlsirgh. -kxAland. and a pi n- ti.-a1 pa psi maW. and • ha: sex Ma.-h and Ni< k Young, expert ne-HiiiUut#. qrc sxaminnig the bonfcaaiMi plant • rf tie* ‘'Scu# Fall* Paper Mill company for an Engii-h *yndieate. Th^v wnll also #* ann.* the p.ant* at Palmer* FaiK Water-town ar*)I r.<' tovr, The int'Utioa to to jsm ‘m-e m two-third# inter*-** in each ut the above null* Th-pri a to he pee! f<w rn two-thinto mtenxte in the Glens Fait- mills to ii.UDO. (JIA). A F**«r#bl» Wmi.r. HEI jct a, M>vnt , March 15.—Private od-vk-es rc'-er.e-i fr-su Maple Creek. Northwest territory, in reply to inquiries by owners to the fc rate ii i of their herto. say that the mow h al«sxt gone. and that there ha- leon bo kiwi whatever rn '•attle in that xetma this wanter, lor ail kinds of stock. Moo tuna and the Northwest tornt) have not had mo favorable a sea*, n for Uke ; ast ten year* LADIES! lf von want an easy it! Comfortable ti.oo. with a heavy sole. one that will Kiotem Denied Pardon. Bai,tim* ’HJL, March 15—Tbs Nev aaa rtato- #»tl s*entenced to be l-ongsd od March Jfi, a fsw days ago. thr*sigil their attorney, s'.plied to I c-nwient ll Airs# m (re «x>Qiinutat!'*B of (snl)’s #. The president referred the mas to Distr* t Attorney Hayes, who to lined to racnouuetid merry. Th# coodemnad have now applied for a writ of error. So* Given His Rigti'A Rochester, N H., March 15.- In the continued bearing yesterday of th# case of Isaac Sa ort* ii*, charged with the rnunler of hi* brother. Hiram Sawteile, noun##! ••ocnplained of urfair trvatu^ent by the court He had sap**Ted that w itnerae*’ expenses would bs paid by the 'tate. that the prisoner had been (irprn —I -f h:- mooey so that witness## for the defense couUJ not be summoned; that nearly ai! objsrtkteB ratted by defen lant x csxaA-el bad twen overruled, while theme of the other se ie had been allowed. He concluded by 'fating that to existing circum Wane#' be wrouid refuse to pot ut any more leaCtinoBV here and wooM go to rn higher court for bi?) right*. Isaac Bawtelle wa- then con:rn. ttod without hail to await the action af the grand jory keep your feet dry anil warm. g**t a pair of D. Armstrong A f o’x Hand Welt. common sense •»hoe*. They will please you.- SULLIVAN & SON, 2 13 Centre Street. Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe s. ;

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