Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 19, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

March 19, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, WEDNESDAY. MAR B USINESS HOUSE; OF DUN Kiln K RULING I r nil i nil kin ir-of bl inks n tlx luleotu i lilmr hi hai i it! ttrtnu of Dunkirk 1'iitil nnv UFX IE SJ I.u M a M riptualtv r accd not wa t sunshine tpt fu HOOK IJINOEUY-] iMfs IPVISCJ I" pntlor No Ih t Sci ml it ni ar I! falo strict IMinkirk, N 1 M i I n ill I ill K i "r I ttindndlti VII w irk Kimiunlii I UOlU HMfM HOUSE, UN Ct, nt i il ii it- and reUul in I fiTK 4 tuna ol it 'HAS _ ItiHtiiann 1 ifc, nit nt flu 1 t I titd'ie v ur lit, in HP i ar IP "fravt (en 1.4 a 1 i 'I iy un 1 H mi in k iti coniuf Li >i Kiiu, ami Ijun street HAKBbH i J to ifjlt, b uler Li kc N ItunL, t >rnt .enter an Hunt -ttrceU A line slot k o t- orcixn anil U XUINUI f U> u U.rl( nnjr hoidtrt t tr UtiHK tt UUShKAl K. i UleitUo OK i) A( uucqu ilitil d tut Itum INKIKK I l tWlltiV Juuufacturcrr ui fruginta, liuiler I'ullo itiaUuiX llann-ra, L.U I'utUiiir. AT, ttmi At tnui Work lo Ur 1 .1 NKIKK .sUIltr CO.. Ait. I CcuKr Vai ol ui Ciomucll" in'l Uuutirk t litunr MnrU On ni till leading lurn -ihing 1 in IMmkirk k V 4H ,ui 1 1H> Ll Hi till t. U aler nt Hour, alt 1'ileit II I ii A CO Ul LciiUul AVO Lotuierd ui tannion uud OuJlttera. A I.KM. UKAT1NU ii Jit IUUK nitnry I'lumbiug a ci iltj v. 0' STEAU LAUMJKV jr> iitiultiiB tint Srnrtr, loo t cillare iQ ti. nil Lace Cilrtti us Free tit bv A W t iimimiibb J07 center st-eil t I OMi b It ml t of UiiiTule i! lnrtr a tut i tr in t int. I So ts SI nos h t vpir WI-LLi-K H VKW 1 t- It Ih iM i bUliuntry, Mu.-hJtl 1 s ,tr i neiitn ti.Uiitlv au lu it-ktj itcn- AU evt s rlmmus; t a llrtst liins boot JO1J i'KI Of CVLT) (UrHlipllO') Jltlll ll t livin (tie cue o( coi cct At II' Ot nttr st 2ml HIKH 10 KOK'd I'H VKMACV. ,tV i ulnii wen to i i tunrters Jor W ail 1'apor ii O Mttnulactinti in 11 in, I tlt-H, collar" rrunks.W Iti ffitl K >t i.i. c.loved.MitUnsan Uo t-p Ihinl o n tt tiUkiuen will (In 1 u 11 10 1 1 LfuiO rtltU tl If 1 1 K _. H Li mil u fi U r v) tit a I v an t M il it i (it ii. v.i i i l .n '.r i te vv tre A speeia M r t t i Ii iiiiw I'a tat Ml uiiociunjrt s iki IH hlunk IA, an 1 1 of M done at J'urAirk I'rmM ,-tompanj, b and iO b betcincl st UOJ.UKVHVUEB, Cor Third ai.d Kilfliilu bts iteaiir in iaranlte, >laiiilc au I ttuiltiluK Call on me buyiuv CO., 7 nnd East Wllisky U'll.cw. BniiKbcn era) store t r Familj t hi ROBERT M'KAf. Lion street, neur the depot. Booking, bale, fetid and I iveiv stable AtabliAf b} Ific tla} or wceh ctn reiisi iihtM terms. rj t. 3111 Central Vve 1 1] O General liisunmt IIM! Iteul L ULI Aiicnl. Hre u i live trwnmnee atlentiot irivjn to liuj ui MllliiK Kenl ri-tiite rfTe. JONES. I Thntlst.cor Det'r Exceluor Miuket tn-n.'i, dii Meala. I Huns ijres, fit Po iltrv vv ATCHES. JKWKLKV, Buy the K.n'r >a I Vi Uc h Repairiaga a rank Stapf. E Tl irtt Merchant Tail r t tntrnl i i T. BOLrif. M O Ptn-tm in ami Surgeon nrer fc's Drue store Telephone 9 Calls be left it f ANNOUNCEMENH lOlMMIt J t M) I tiUnt Xtt rntjn f 11 7tl tel I) L S nt Of 1C f ll I H 111 Ht" Illllt Uc Ii-MllCd HU ut M All 1'atent hiisiius! ii i in hi mi I uiJ n UiLixtH ic jiicut tu bc mi1 lu f >r us Persons pn r I o c i i fn ni-. i a hors tn I llieir ol in t it t> s IK.SS S (trim minis may JL p otit y n, I il o A ftw v icancics in town i i ic i I JOHNSON ft. CU iooy Mm kichm n I V--. 1 Hill Uic II k i n it n t n 1 mm Meeks On crohs examination liixiKstavcr testified he did not oupnst tbe nunip of Beinaniin Iw used in of t hut of Judtfo Monell was sure he illii tut when inakiug the order of refeienn in July, ]mt on JHIIP He did not think tho nams Josi Mn ks and his own siKnntuin HPPB m the mmio ink as Tune S Uilm-vs said Metks had n >t ns'n 1 him to ordu the in t use sialwlnp Thn ui tht i npers in tht Id suit to bt used in the nuw WHS n it done in aitoidann with his instuu He d Ins uisti ui lions it- lii tlw I lai k caso to uiistahd win u up] h inrirn nasmndi lo him i tin uMi nti in donelill contempt MLS Tilt till the (ourt i n nn at tbi aliiuipts ,i Mu to suvf himstirin making himseli appeal as a tool of I'ookstjnn I lunU M lulu noi lattjii an 1 notaiv pul In. in th of! eof Ueniaimn tcs tifiwl to the alii nit inn of the date on the sflldavit of swun to hefoiehim 1) fieiiimnlii All the jnpfis in (hiding the testnii in the div inse wen read by the pi >s in 1 th liitlu took anothi i loom Sheaf] i vai 1 ouupied an- othei KOMI in the h m in I itu siventh stieet liny bad nut sin i iipiiil the .nno chainlet List M n h -si j, had asked bci if sbo hiul il nloil lo nnnee to asepaiatlon She sm I bot 11 a wife to MHI Ht niliinttid it but said that it wasilial that the} i tuldnt togethir pkasanllv Mrs HaiK when inllnl UIOTII to i elate the content of the s il( K n and put he r lian llti i (lnef to hi i face Hei MUM was smotln :e I in sobs and ibe (onll not pioeeeil toi minutes Q Did vi u sign a paper besidis the sep- aialien r A (nun it tell ur> thing alinut tin second papi r W ilhe ti Id mi it was the d ed of the house I sif ni I it I 1 1> ith I them 1 asl i 1 U ill if I could tiust him in 1 hi sud Yes in .tin i Inmjoui inn tlish jud Ulocd and j( u ih lastcr He w anted t unmoved Mra Flack adinitttd i ciivmg jj pu week afU i then final sepai itK n, and tint she now i leceives the same am unt She sai 1 she is W jcars c f nnd was 10 w hen she mm i led tin sh HIT To Mi Goff slu subwnienth sal 1 sh w is nnstal en when she di med hei Mgiiutine to the petiti n on which the divorce wns set asule 'Ihe defendants nanttd the distant attor uey to keep Mrs Had whcie tnev i( old pet wanted lu i asain but Distint Attoimy Fellows sail the} tl roilL.h with her and tbe defense must hei if want hei She then left and court was adjourned until to-daj lictlon ROSDOUT, N Y Mai ch Henrj Beck, swoie out waiinits foi tht arrest of Inspectol s Tiidan MtlnnKttaiid Lai kin and Poll Cleiks ft aid niul 1 Ijun of the Flf th w ai d poll m the mint ekttion, charging them with filseh atatinp: the re suit of tbe v ote ui that wuid foi aide i man Beck failed to pot the legnlar Dtmociatic I nomination and i un independent, being in dorsed bv the Republicans The content was close The boaid dcihired P J Biemmn (Dem elected by one Beck protested The majority of the common council ored peek, but Brennan obtained nn injunction re-lnct.ns; them fiom seating Beck Tbe boaid of will probably lie ar raigned to-day and will give bail to await the of the grand jury THE DAY IN CONGRESS A StaUmrnt Bcgaidlnf the SuHVrlnj the Hoiue. WXSHINOTON Alarch 10 senate yes t aigucd in opposition to it II 1 I! was b i I enough an 1 went fai enough n tin cliim lion of trespassing on state iighto did st ite duties but mire than this It abnn tom 1 the onpnil theoiy of the gov en rinnl and launched the government tntr an mil nm led sea of wil 1 schemes M sis Moody and Chandler spoki bnefly m it of the bill and it then went until t( I iy Sevdal publii building bills on tbe ealeii dm ni re taken nnd passed and the seriate at 10 p m adjourned IN rHE HOUSK Match house yes- tprthv.il i ti I a iisriution cnllinej on the stieuii I Llip intt rim foi information Of ton I n i a Diving of expenditure would be eft t 1 i he ti insfei ot the pension bui eau to thi" n u di paitnicnt also one calling on tlu> sptietaivof tht mtei lor tor an estimate ot money to be needed for pension nriciuagps in case the hrriiatlon of arrears act is ipponlpd The lionso then n nt into oomniittep of the wht IP on the ix.nsmu appropi latton bill M >rrow of Califoinii pvplainod the provjsions of the bill win h nppiopiiates IS 1 4hl He thongbt it n ight be assumed tlmt tlip mai-irmim of pei ion exjwndituies vvotill be ipiipbt 1 nbo it Jnlj 1 1MM when it woull ipach (XII 000 and tbenumborof pension is nonld lie i 0000 Mi 1 x is discussed the per-sion sjst in as atfprtPd by Ixjth acts of congiess 'ind tlie adninustrntion of the service He s rviclv citiuaid the admtnistiation of tht jwMismn ofTlce and cited niuny instant es vvhcie he claimed the tie cisions of Ihe bureau were incorrect and im pepcr HP msbelto call ths attention of the in 1 the notiiiti} to the niannei m vv hii tho and that th bounty t o men who had been ai 1 mi lit It st i itn from tliptoll so tint a plat P >n t i II miBht he eu 1 nee of of bint iv and of stiviee to the t tmnti v Mi lJctu-> if Kansi, said that foi the flrst tun in thd lust n of the the house ha 1 bel iu it a t in till and concise otimate f vt hat th txppiidituic cf pension I iieau nlil bp rtuiiiig th next liscal }ear IIo ill lend tl the a lull of the luicjui Hhih ho did n >t dt fen 1 all the acts of ft mini' i 11 i T inn i hf> could only say tl'lM h t ib i lul I] 1 ul thevtakeof hi pi us i U L 1 i I u i tnc committee rose nn i Ui h list it i p n n Ijjurnefl A BRUTAL GIANT lebiistiiin Miller Charged With Asnanltlne H 1'tO. t.lrl COMMIHM O Much Mil kr the hrmpion Oiico Unman wiestler of tvas arrested hpie vcstei In} for i 1 liminal outiage Miss Am 1 i Int? Hged 14 and m ce of I i I II sstuanci of tht C ism thp itn The t inunit'td hst I n la} after IIKII Hossciiiiu i ills kicjs a 1 aiding hotiii (mil M illt i th> (.mnt it 11 tier had been th re foi tuo vv ks List Friday m pining HPSS nnii'i vvtnt to Nawaik, O titiansi t-sun liuvnipss fot Alillpr The in] Auiplin I icsilPs tvith Mrs II sstnitipi and m U up tbp beds was assaulted Jlon la} aniMtillir pave an cxlnbitit n atNewaik nn 1 tlu toi mcr hpnimg of sompthing vviong nt home i etui ntd heit and leatned the sad st.ll I lip dil not confess the story until Mt nd i} Millei is 3S eai s of age a id has a ife and tv-peeioi of the man who all >tlieis insti tiniental ill of tin Uerman states into avostempiie and who hat Mn ilntious passed tin lining Ind} Tin 1 'adits of the c th nit tiom tho ngcnt tit the Union A t Ujjtuin laH 1 thp 10th mst has also been i uivtd finm A.'int Bennett setting foith int ni ments Inive rnc.il fc ted bv :hc said c >in foi an ciilydiavMng and t nt mini Ii it it turn bv the dopai tint ut is ietp-.sin n s.s it 'Ibis I'tii IP) he 1 by a t GrHln flpvatota VLUASY, Match I'l -Tho asscmblj canals co nrn.ttf th n of the i i u iiittic siail tlmt it was i illi 11 v that umildliavi I nc i bin fit t i the c tnals th in an ippiopi latlon f >r it woujd benefit everj boatman Jncln.tilnl Schiiol Klectlona. RortiESTrn N Y March 10 board of managers ot t e State In school at itsannuilmec IIIR clei'cl these o'Ticprs for tiip piisninpr ye.Ji Pitsilent II m William luiccllof I'm n nil flrst vice piesldent Ri D hi u 1 SB ond VIPPI HI u v I uniti seie taiv "nr tl u ui im Jiinjgs tin lj noi niscle the exec tiiecommi t i s i r pil Dr EM Moore, Jt whose turn La 1 4ii he Vlarie WASHINOTON Mircli 10 court of in qunv will probnblv be 01 to determine tue icsponsibilit} for the Despitch running agrouu I on lower Tedai Sound shoal in the Potomac riv er Such is almost always the custom when a United fetates vessel meets with a mishap of anj kind. A Anhore NORFOLK Va March 19 Schooner St Johns from Belfast Me fiom lack-son ville to Baltimore, is ashore four mile above Hatteias inlet Seven of the crew were saved, and oneHenrj Saunders wasdrowred The vessel is full of water and LS a total loss lo Coiuppl r.leh to %ote. ANNA! i is Mil, Miiuh Senator Toadini h is mtioduced a bill making voting compnisiiv in tins state It rpquires the m pach vntmg inecmct ol thp state at thn close of thp polls nt eai h election tn make out a list of the pei -ons voting at that elec- tion This ist to lie cu oitie 1 to the claiks of circuit emits, they nntue liati ly issuing a summon if mum; tbo often Icrs to appear before the jn of the ccuit tc bhow cause, if any they ha vt wh} the} shculd not be fined and co fs for not voting A party convicted is, ailo vwl exemption before thf fmo can bn collet ted Thus tiamed the 1 ill will n itn it pool people, but is aimed at thp i ich c itmn w ho not take sufficient mtei "st in the aff urs ot tho state LIEUT STEEL.E ON TRIAL He In of Striking; Private Wllrt Wlthtmt Cnuie c_ UK Mai h 1') members of the i oui t ami Ual appoiuto! by Ouvemor Cook fc i t iial of becond Lieut M F Steele of the Pinlilh Cavalij on the charge of conduct tending to destioy mihtaiy order and disci- pline, assembled in this city yestoiilay Col James F Wade presided Capt Atthui Muria> acting judge of tbe depart- ment of tho M ISMHII i offli latcxl as judge ad- vocate while St iReaiit H Bauhnn acted ah 01 dpi h foi Gin look The members ol the court w ei e in full legimontaLs while tbe accused appealed m fatigue uniform He was accompanied b> counsel, Ciowan of the Eighth uho was m uvilian attire J he eliai ges piehented were veiy bilef Spet IHc ntioii one sets forth that the ate used, without justification efor, sti tick Pi ate Dell ild in tho face with clmc hud The .second specification was to the effect that the accused on the occ asion of this as- sault made use of unbounuing lauguago to Ft n ate Wild Iliti com I maitlal was held with open doois and the spae e reset ved for the general public wai, packed bj some 400 people, whose sj m favot of the pi mite were man Ifestelbv leptated applause when bis tout! mouy came against tin accused Heentoiei'the room with a tough awag- gei In i to a question from the judge advo ate he lepeated the stoiy which ho.s alltady been mado public regarding his refusal on Oct 'iA last On ciossexamimi tiou he said that his lefnsal was based uiion the idea that tha work was manual He was w ill ing to cai i y wood and watei, but not to repan loots II however, he hail been ordered to do the) Mime work on the pi ivate s quarters he would have complied He ad- mitted that Steele's ejuai ters w ore public but said he thought the woi k was for the lat U i's own benefit Ho also admit- ted that Stu IP offered to assist him but said that he refused because tho published orders lead that no enlisted man should woi k foi officers He had d Rimilai woik befoie on the ters of otlini olllcprs Askt 1 if he had not sun c boasted that ho rpgi-ettod tliat he had not killed Hleole upon the spt t he refused to anawei saying that he VMS tlicie as a witness and not upon tnal He was th n aslced if he had not MM ved in miothtM bi m h of thn ui ni) under I he name of n Vail and refused to aiwwpi The question u as. pi cssod and the judge ad votivte objetled 1 h leiipon the. court le tiled anil on itsioluin sustained thi objee tton C ninsel t i iw Ii i then naked that a former mi mbi i ol thn Fiftet nth mfuntiy lie allowed to id nt fy wi i NK Objection was again -ed tin ob c t bung that il I vv isade- hei tci fiom that Again the pom t tetirt I and aftet the objection was in PI i uli I C Imi IPS (Comas vv as then lontionteel with U ild I be latti i waaasktd if he d Mil jnias as tbu first ser the I if lit mfantiy ting his i-j BS w ild njili d This has nothing to do with the case Ihe iudne advotaton ob- jemmc nt On Novtmliti IVi7 l.eoigp I, Ni w ton a piinniueiit tliuich nan and inumloi ol tho laige Khrlcsilc giot iv Him of U-aintil, Newton cV Lo piomiMMl rci give John Lou koti liummti it bo would abstain fiom dunking foi tho penod of one voai Ihi piomisi1 was i one At thp (ml of Lou k it a cutimcd Uiat he had kiipt Ins pioimse and asked the Newton ticnlcd it as a foi gotten joke, but Lcmkota sued to lecenci In i 01111 Newton s counsel asked the court to inlp that thcit? WHS not a sufficient con sidpiution to [cum a eonttact c amble of legal enfoiooinont Ihe r mi t icfuspd to so lule and oidued Ihe imv to duct for the plnmtirT in tht sum of with mteiest tiom the date of th HI it Die case will go to the supi CHIP t 01111 n exceptions taken by the defendant A Hpff ion Bill VNNAPOLIS Md Match was taken vesk-iii ly by the house on the provid- ing for tie in Lti n of beef coming into UH-, -.Uteand pi act e-ally exclud- ing that Mr Collins of Talbot I count} the Uthei f the bill defended it, an I chained that some of the beef coming from Chi igo was actuallv rotten Members from Jjiltimiio citj denounced the tneastiie an 1 isst 1 1> i thit Chicigo beef was than tl at killed aiound Baltimore Ihe bill 1 ist bj a vote yeas, ii, nays, 4J A NewHimpei >lnn Dead RED N I Mauh 11 Jay a well I now n nev sp ipei cone pon dent, died suddentv at his home here ester day of apoplet} at the age of thnt} -seven years lie w as at one time agent ot the Associated TIPSS foi Monmouth county borne }eais he stut tod the Long Blanch Tnbunp but it ha I a t existence Kel- lettwasaho a successful witter of flttion under the noin de plume of u andermc ilhe Tohucno Fnntol v RIKHKSTKK NY Ii ec deeds woo fllcxl vesieidav tl insteii i ing theclgar ttto factoiy ot i ii nn s Knnhall Co to tbp Amei icau lobae o i omi inv thp i onsid elation in each cn-e N-mg (Ixod at OIIP dollar ThLs marks the close of the long negotiation wbic h has been mentioned in the papers fi om time to time 1 o a i pportei Mi Kitnball said he would be the managing director of the factoiy The company, whosch adquar ters ore at 45Broaclw.iv isoigan i zed foi the pui pewp ot saving by coopeitttion of the v u ic u- fat tones which aisits, membei-s Ihp t ipitjl all paid in 1 h nm unit ot lljis stock cannot be e hanired as is the case with trusts The New Yoikolllce vull belli (liaigeofa i ontrollel Stephen Llttio Clilniecl HH Not Muhln. BELI EFONT-t Pa Mai h 19 -The Mer chants Nati of NewYoik has ob- tained aveidict of against Bemard Lauth The dele nso was tnat dpf'EW YOHK, March I'l q S lyes was re- Fort Plain, N Y, charter election yes I i-ed from jail yestciday Hn bondsmen terday David G Hackney, Democrat, was ire (jeorge H Hamei J and George TV elected village president by 75 majority The Stryther in the civil suit and Henry Hum- place is usually Republican. Melon on the criminal suit. The Tories Defeated. LOSDON March government was defeated in the house of commons last night by the adopt nn of a motion offered b} Thomis W Buchanan, Gladstonian, mem bet foi West Kdmbuigh, complaining of the eiicic it hincnts upon the public right of vvaj in So tUidmid asking rh it lefoimlawi m reganl t.) the mjttci be introduce I to tho county eouuc i U lue motion 110 to "IT Mi Chauilitrlain supported the motion Tlie UemocjHt. to a Oinnd Mmch Demonats make mciFoitto pipvent tho unseatmn of Repiesentui Com ion of Jfaiyland whcnthe of M i i v s Compton comra up in the h ,u Mi n i I his a cm mil D m. i i i, ,U s them to U m tn i ca- uin, Ibt piogross It ist lam, tl, t Repub luans will vot' with the Onno. nits in favor of the i of his seat by Mi c impton An Ohio Appointment. TOLEDO, O March 19 -Gen Charles L Young of Toledo hns be.jn appointed by Gov- ernor Campbell supei nltuident of the Ohio soldiers' and sailors' 01 phan asvlum at Xema. faen Young is prominent in business and Grand Almy elides About orphans are located at the borne, which is one of the most impoi tant charitable institutions In the state I Klre at JOT pound Thei-e Is an increase gen- 01 ally along the entire list In the ngi (cultural pt odiicts The dutv upon bai ley is railed to iOeentxa bushel hops to 15 cents a pound, oats to 10 cents a bushel Tho duty on agri- cultural seeds is me reused The duty on nee is reduced from to 2 cents a pound Horn and i from I to cenU a lound and broken rice to X cent a pound Butter and substitutes therefor have the duty mcrwiwd to ft cents a pound Tito duty on eggs is laix d to 5 cents a dozen, potatoes to 25 events a bushel Hides which are now on the f i PB list are now made dutiable at a pound There is a small Increase in tbp duty upon fruits oranges, lemons In packages of 1 cubic feet or less, 35 rents per m jwipkages exceeding IX and not cubit feet W cente a package, raisins cents a pound duty Advanies in duties have generally been conceded the fanning where it is jclieved met eased duties will benefit the 'aimei Rpnitn wines and other lieverages bwn left as found in existing law Salt also has not been touched Cotton manu- factnicrs are left substantially as in tbe sen ate lull Tuf man ilia, sun and size! gram are put noon the flee list as Is wool dogras which enters into tho finishing of leather A reduction is mado in the dutv on binding ,wiue In the wool schedules, wools of the first known as clothing wools, 11 a Kiimd, wools of the second class, known as ombing wools, 13 cents carpet wools, valued at U or leas, per pound valued at over 12 cento, 8 oento a pound This is a reduction of X cent a pound fiom the senate bill and an increase of cento from the prewentlaw It Is Iwbevod however, that the definitions and classifications and restrictions provided foi will make the duty even more valuable to the wool piowers than the dufy fixed by the 'linte lull Tho hill reduc es the revenues about tfl.OOO, 000 The free list contains about the same at tides as the senate bill free list An Expert'n Opinion. WASHINGTON, March W A. Brown of Massachusetts, the well known sugar tari r nxpei t is here and has prenentotl to the meinben of the ways and means committee )f the house, and to congressmen generally, m a neat pamphlet, a thorough condensation of the status of the sugar tariff question in which he takes the ground that a moderate reduction of the present duty on sugar may be made without detriment to our sugar in- dustries or the of consumers. He presents substantial evidence that any rad- ical reduction of duty will be detrimental to every interest connected with consumption and production of sugar in this country Fur Improving- the Mlmlulppl WASntNflTON, Maich 19 Proc- tor has authorized the expenditure, under ho direction of the Mississippi river commis- sion, of on the levees of tbe Bsfppi rivei and the i iver itself, In the Fourth distnc t. This district extends 4S4 miles from Waiienton, M IKS., to tbe head of the passes. Tbe money will be expended In strengthening :he levees and in deepening tbe channel be- tween the points named NEW BKDFORT, Maw, March trig Eunice H Adams arrived in port yes- terday twenty-six days from Port Royal. The vessel u a from Edgertown, Uass. Rhe has made a broken vovage and n the two and one-half years she away from home took only 460 barrels ot Tin i to the coming of new J0 BL weai.-variety ii wbai tbe i waills Just a and Boy'i Velour Shlru worih 50 which we will sell at 87 Us A of novcUie. inJewelry. Sleeve Col lacee Broaches Cuff Pm.. Ear Klnfi. all with 8CU of bent Immltallon stones in Koll Gold noi tbo cheap tar- kmej Ladle B Medium WoiRhl C'olJon Ribbed Vests only 10 Children's Kancy Fast Black Itlbbed Hose worth 15 els fur 0 etf Best hue of of Ana Shic-ldn ouly 10 cts lit) eta and 15 cu OUI fashioned linen Note Paper only cts per dozen, anil Square to match al 6 els for package of X, this i'aper and Envelopes if sold in bux would sell for 25 cts A Special lot of White aud Cream En- velopes for 8 cud 5 cu a pack of 85 en- velopes Latest Novelty in Fancy Boi Linen Note Paper for 10 cu worth 80 CU A Limned lot of Fancy Box Pa- per for 3 cu School Tablets only 2) cu School Crayons only cu per box Extra Large Writing Tablets Sunc-lor uality Paper foi 10 cts -Children s Large HoxeaFancv Paints onlylOc.s Ladies Corset Covers made of .uper- ior quality muslin only 25 els New Style fancy Novelty Briiida vory I'rctty Designs Best Quality and flnest assortment of Black, While, marble and Colored Table Oil Cloth live (limners wide only 33 cts Fancy Linen Torchon Laces all widths md the greatest variety of dcMgna only els aj cis 8 ua it j Us 4 els o 81 cts per yard tbe choicest assort- ment in the City Anew and ai tractive assortment of he brated P t'. nlemen, Moiuqueu lire, Suede Gloved equal to tijflit but- ono in all the best The most desirable Patterns in Ham burg flouncinga at 38 cu 45 cu and 58 cts, pei ynid these are wi.rth your see- fine scleroidcred White Flannel at the ow price ol 75 Us cts. and per yard these flannels Hell for jual about one-half mote in other Infants' and Children s Cloaks and llobes for tl 25 to 50 eat h Latest Styles and favorite colors ERIE STORE. CARL SGHAUER 59 East Third St., Has r.' and warm, get a pair of D Armstrong lit Co'x Hand Welt, common sease shoes. ------They will please you.------ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street. Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's. IEWSP4PER nFWSPAPFRI ;