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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               REPRESENTATIVE >PSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK AWFW RULING MACIIINK for rill nf all kinite nf blitnk> in the Iftient an litior Mechanical of ompnm OF THE REPUBLICAN TARIFF BILL SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! T11K NEW SCHEDl'LK. NOW nthi timi I. r pr IIUIIIR jour trtCB inn) MKHI it All! I" mm rlKnu limn I t it In im i 11 1 then ill fur mcilldi lirnlhti rnir anil scvcntl' lit PCtB ncjrcl tht finest lurOHt rosps in linnlnlx i ir 11 In in Iliilliin I i mcpinL r Iniicral jilnn nn 1 mum ncu shrill y iiiul t c  C opi) U -5 1'ntuitOt lire I'aUrtH Cjmatcanfl lie IKMICH 1 mill M ukH Alll'atint liUHinens criidiM eil toi It Inf inn ition AihKi, anil sptcml nil rcm tii sent on LTXANDEB'S and Wooil 1 nrd, 7 j A Central Avenue, uupcsite Vuktl rintr All jrmdM of llaril anil Holt COH! WocdJ Lamber. ShinKlea and I ulh Mu Correspon'teDM lor wlolesalc loir K. ODTUBD, 22S and Central AM ti. Artistic Photographer. Inntuntaiiuiut Pbotographt of a spec H If i aeed Dot lor sunshine exempt "i R BOOK IKVINU I'r pnetor. No Ib L iwiuml rilreit nun atreet, Dunkirk, N I Mat lie. Pamphleta, ut( bnuml in all nti li iirli-i promptly attonileil to All work gu irunu I UDKCHEK'S CBOCKEKV HOUSP, O J03 Central vvfiiuc. Wholo.nln anil retail dealer m la pornd HIM! lommtic China. GlaBswaru, liutcs, Jl pi r day anil Boi ding Stitlile tu coniiMtn Vutor Knlir ll'i and Linn alrnt 11'lTf UARBER SHOP y Naglc, iulttr Lake Shore NAUOIIH) 13unk, exnnt cnuiT antl Third etreeta A uuo aUM b Poreifco Anil ignn. 1UMLLIM SON, Jd-i Cenu r bllttt Praitual liorae shoeiii uliir lo inturfonug ol rou IT ittlog horneti a spenalty vCSKIRK EVKMXJ Largest In u i l m tr An unequalled ailvertlbing miihum DCNKJJtK COMI'AKl torn selliw 1'oinile Ill lluiikera, He I'littcrns, u id Mm hint Work t or ttr ____ CO SM an I .i Center ntreet, Mai ulm tun IB il III anil 'Dunkirk jerjcu UlUi Dress bhirts On suit in all It-ailiiiK luinii-liiiir aud dry gooilu hoimeo in Dunkirk. F TOOWKY, an luur.l and t i 1 ion rttr lwaUrinHour.let.il. alt. IJaleil K1K BOTE1. uml L n il Depot, fans aeitnn U iH U line an I bu .us IHIUBCS litsl ueoromoditioiii, lor Cum aercial 1 n John I hy, 1 A CO. Cl 'JI anil W h 1 turd mn 11 FiirHimn1, Laltntt ml M lOiatenng I'u line I rnmts mndi Uoiltr iT'llll li. A MONTH cm he made III IbmjIV n.irkm, I rus Pirsjnl prc ffrrr I who c in furnis'l a hurst liul their whole imc to ihebusiiusb Sj iybrprofil illy I -Uso A f< w vtcineieb in nl llie H JOHNSON U CO, 1009 Mjin S' ki hmon 1 V i I 'OI! SAI.f tia t I Ilinil In M u inn nun I-KII i Ifi mil) huhi hntu belt I nr HID ill qua nl H 11 Hint j UK h IHLIH I t n t-r it Ihililtm Ui (t imitoftho tato anil linn Is ait licuif; hinlt nd r ilu.ulB pioji U I g I in in y in slintnt Mann llni I'aik KOI h Hiti.N Y ThevWrprmon Elders' Book on Bcjfcal Stieutfth mutk-d froa to tnarrlod men, V TO RENT! In Iht 3Iti  01 Faolionnnd Clenlh uiin AKKM STfclM ai-ATINU t UMt I I lutlurirs ol Steam lIuilniK Snnitary a sptti iltj 8TKAM 'Oiir slietialtlts Fine Shlrte, lot oil irs :e, C iffs 4c.and 1 ate Curta us luc Dellv my. A W Cummingn, SOTCuntcr strc t ti It, OKUM. E Third si tor of DulTnlo lutni turer and di altr in r int ISoots ft SI KNKY YVFIl-EB'S NFW STOllF, 101 K m.m. llurdst. ItookB Mimial In itrunientii.MaKazi-eJ.IX" 3 ItTjin, and evcryttui g iiertaiumg 11 i llrnl isa 1 o I re. ScliiHi llookn a 8iK.tialtv 11 JOB I'KlNTINf" of U.M.III tion in I U.ing b> JU. ItLKfS tir. II AiuikDlnn U.mtr il Inoiii ir IK il tr. in Koal fc.tare nntl I I ir i i In: tit UftUl U hit u lit ttl t'H pt rl> IHtt 2'y -n 1 tlooi I S W I cntrnt w  000 Tin sugar and obfuoo schediilrsaie greatly plioiigul The iaty on the lormei is giPiitlj IH luted i the schedule standard is f i om No 13 to No HI It is pro- vidul that all sugiirs above No 10 Dutch standard in coloi all tank bottoms, all sugar and sweepings syrups of untp )une 01 otlwtt JUKe iniluda, conten Hd niiludti, nnrl luluiele and toncen tinted itiola4-es slul! pny a dutv ol per nt ad vuloi in insu-ud of as] t llie duty as imUrpxisli 0 law AU No 10, Dut hsti ilaul are td at 10 pel cent n J exisling law pioMdes that tlw-r bball dutv nt tlmiateof HH i and c t nts per pound Mo- 1 t nf, above56 degiees IH niadt clutta bio nt jp i unt, a (hangi) fiom tile spe- clut> ufhttntH pei gallon t is its proMded if an PXTJOI t duty shall i' t.i i bt, Uu 1 on su ;ar or me Inssfq b) any ti lint i n l me it is n inorted it shall be bub i hit v ns bv the pi i scut tariff laws i Imiigct is made in the duty on ;ai i Midy uiid gl loose gi ij e Migar iH rnndf dutiable at tent jjei pound TOB> ceo Ilia iluiv on leaf tobacco suitable for i] a stemmed and unste nmtd ia coiisidpi ibl> nil (used Under existing hw thn sttmni 1 mlity is dutiable at fi per pound an I th is increased m the McKmloy bill to i j por pound The duty on un ttommed is in leased horn 75 cents to per pouiifl A pioMso is insei ted that if anv poi tion of any tobncco impoi ted in any pack duty The dutf on leather us increas-od on au average per cent Fl AX BHMP AND BAO4SINO Iht duties on flax and jute are largely In creased Tow >f flax or honip is mnt o duti able it ton The piesent duty is Tht) dutv on (otton composed In whole 01 in part of hemp tt ix, juU1 01 juto butts is about doubled Linen due KM ran van, handkerchiefs or other fabrics com posed of hemp flax or jute aie made duiti able at 5 pei teat ad raloicm, an increase of 15 per cent AGRirMJLTUHAL PPODUCTS The duty on if ultuial is is ly increased The UK rea.se IB all along the lino and is designel to give farmers a maiket for manv mil li ins worth of p'oducts now i tc-d diity on is in teamed fiom 10 to >0rcntfipcr bushd bni ley malt from JO to cent tuinmeal fiom 10 to JO cents, oats fi ora 10 to 1 euis oatnval from to 1 (.en! pound udiiLfJ fir rn J'j to J (pnt-i jx.r pound uni inan d le du t I 1 j to 1 4 icdn cd li m to S4 t nl il n is in ifised fit in !j ofa uit to 1 j LPnts pot pound wh'Ut is 311 creas I fiom -0 to ttnt per bu 1ml and whe it flour UK i c d ti om tent to J5 per f ut fid I he duty on but let an i cheese is from 4 t 1 1 admitted fio r pound I if duh are m ide to pa> 5 cents per d talbagt buitable foi cigar their a 17 Enn Thinl Knit, It Tail >r uitn NIM In lit nUigi liJialloiiniclitluu Tlie Winter stock-- ttiing gmit baigains. m.% el w as a time w li jeould tiade heie men .11 e ot Tliti LMI jon rtilvau- PB. CAAV CO 883 Lion street Gtneral lUnlw vie.Wlnleli itl Oilnl'iu U r1 Sup; I Cloths Grai tc Lit V i tTcVf Sberwn illiamePa taml Morn t nu p nt dtlctt Whisky, Wines, in bw al Store (or Fmnilv I [-ois tlip ontuo quantity of tobacco contai ipfl in siifli 1 ape or bulk shall be diitmhlo if not stt mine i it ?J an lif stemmed at 1 M chui regard to all other tobio t in tt if ui iimuufartmed and not st nun 1 I ut bit unu'tl tobau o is made iliitinlilc at "iUcoiits pti pound Ul C( o ni inufictiirtd and of nil Jest rijv tu M net sjumllj enumornt d or piuvided foi ib pi iLcd at 10 rents per poun 1 a change fiom the prosent duty of SO pet cent ad val >i utn ot h i K IK mode in repaid to suuft and I ll i miulp of tobacco f cigar nil huotts ot all kinds aie made duti ibl a pci pound oi poi cent ud in I law tiuy are dutinl pjit v. 0 pound an I j JJHI rent ud ilouiii SKINS. 11 d s run ot line in 1, whether diy, Milt fi puMul and Hi i ins extopt In 'ins %Mll tht. )1 n 111 Inlmfioni th IK lit nn I mi lo dtiti ibl -l in tn which u t i i when pxpoilf I u liuw 1 iu I (Ml n n nimiit to tb( dutv i aid on tho-it huks 01 IJU Sl-REOULE In th nix d t clult how n andsawedtim bfi u Hoi M is and building vvhatvcs is mlu f 1 fi )i i 0 to 10 pei ad Sqmu d tnd M Ud tinibei if sptcinllvpio vakd toi HII inlaid fu in 1 cent t ctnt-. 111 uibi fo )t change made in llu1 11 '-owtnl bonids lunl ilf uK and ollui I n ilti >E h inlo k white >od sj ca in n an I i v i oou Liut w bite pine ]s re i IUL 1 l! ni 't >Ujc Sawed In M n t sj e mlly i d lui is made j nt il I nt v pu 10 (HK) fcot, insten lot M I (i t w 11 i nt lut whtn Ininl ci of nt i I i 1 oi hnishecl.it sliall bcdnti I1 i t the rtgulai iatt at M> i i f i i each side sr plni td I ln-> i i i i u t i 0 c nts If j lai 1 on on -I i un i t 11 ind gio wed it is lo I KI 1 id i ion il dill if plant I on si Us ami t indued ai t mud, "iO ior 1 000 His t tlin) in mo any foreign lowu I i i t m if tax 11 m pino, j ru i (tn i _> exjoitt.1 to the nt i n r c >1 t ho 11 ilent r 0( I i 1 i i i in nt 11 d itv fixel t i i tnr i si 1 lumbti th up( n lu t i il u pi I to in the bill h 1 i 11) nn uni equal to the utnij T t D i i u upon the Kp i h 1 t the L itcd Siw i jtii t wotds ai 1 nianntactuied i in j and w t d irt 11 1 fi om >-i iK'i) tl 1 0 T i to t al v iJ i 111 ith ht L i i f i I h i i cf ne in iiuifactui d int not ma Ic n i ic J in IK 1 s is nad-3 dnl ut 0 pei cent the wood i4- un Inn ed TLX3II 1 l HODS I h dut v on iu 11 h t voi ai ti iil 1 llueiid beais the >i 1 A IK u stand u 1 Poi cotton lotli i 1 10 tin oid'. to lite square neb I hi 1 is the tin laid to 50 1 u ILIK MI IK! s swfiom to R4 of a cent )vi AJ-i I is m i le i ditfuent km 1 of cotton btb new i nude oj U iu_ ,c ct k lilit em 11 bity on wools is made on tl t u 1 1 Lui t Is worth than ,1 u t vtd n vw at cents it cm I- ptr pound This on those worth (t nts e i h broom t n n is pti ton, i lei cents per gHllon un 10 cents pei busUl Uuy is iiiriPHsfd nom jw to ptr ton, and b ips from S to 1 j LiiKpt.1 p und The d it> on orange- irnpii I in pilaus, is doiil le 1 but when ui bulk it is i ceiNjx rhousarid No chan e is rn ult in thr dut} >n Unions wh n imp it 1 in bulk but tii in pa 1 n" N arc i 1 1 d to an int it i e i I il ut t p i c nt nuls ex tept ttlrnou U Iilbeiti aud peui ut j aie J e- pci ctnt pfi pound MF The dut> on baton and is redu ed from 5 to ceii i poun 1 on beef, nn tton and poik fiuin to J nt BM Tt T s The onlv (h n Te u i I i r ie n nistea I of 13 ceuLs pLi do A. i a-> ut n nt TIIJ tin-r i TST Tu< fr o list is e il with ittmsmthe senate bill i opo t 1 t ar  n ol UK! ui OIL cti 1 nu wot ks iL ai t sin 1] as i; n tm_ iilst itu u such a-, ni i lo by ton i u ai ti al o I o ks uid paruj hli ts prmte 1 ntl> in ol IK i thin tlu I nglish Ian0n il in silk is 1 ft ui the fue list and i i t i r is to be pinl t j i idu in this count! s A bonnt> of 7 nts pound is pi op st d t euis IMTRVAI RrVTMK Th( uit fea HI s >f the bill cont in inn 1 of J itere tin., c li s 11 ttm rx sti i i It les tlia nitLi I, 1 al tpficial tuxeb upm dcalei-> and ictoil r leak in IL if batco delicts in t arto mantif i ttners >f t o i i 11 11 iiml i id I M ii f b i< v o u] n il i beoblu It'n! ij, id n w t teinil MM i 1 111 it 11 1 Fin m is mil i-. r f t h n i hUim an 1 j i t tual detei minatinn of the miMiln nilitv if this bill If the lull sh I saudIhm bt d hud uniting possibly to till tht of ordetlj has me provis- n 1 in-- (Mitt ot appoaN IninislitHlan n t i ioi II that a n ttam IhoHPl In oxteml to nil eUvtfonx of pub K otflcws In ballot thirl- I he sea et booth or piivate com paittiu'iit plan Each votoi txi beguarantexMi absolute prunes in oxumming or prepaiitij{ his I allot lompeUfd to remain an ftppre- ciabU leiulh ot UniH in the booth, and cret y in v >tint; inude compulsory "The pmiltp) of uoniinatmg candidates by pi opei h ei tifled petitions as well as by pai I v (.oau nliotH iaih distimt eet of nominations to In- piniUd on sepamte ballots 1 Noelecttoneei within u distant fioin polls mi, (jCtluul and unodUial to be use I 1 bhnll bt exactlj alike, the official ball ts btmg punted and fuinishwi at public expenw uud delivereil to the voter at poi s only by the e eotion officers and unofliual bal'ots to be fuinmhed by paities 01 oattdi In es, and obtainable at the poili and eKeulieie, and may IM inepated at and 11% i h IL bj mmuii t i is or dt idoi- gOLS lilt 1 h 1 nn the pi op >su I i dnction Ml MR GLADSTONE'S VOICE BOBEBT Lion street, the Upot UoarOinE, sate, tcta ml I MU 1 fi' the rtay or week on rtus it t< Q fj rtJlM J. UIFFOKO, 301 Centi'il Uo il i lusuruue I U tt t tit. -ten? FiW. L.fc deni. ami iiduraoce Jfronipl ittenuon civ m to I uj I ftelling li C. JONES i 75 fc Deer Excelnor Mcut Market. Ircah, Suit in ooked Meatt, iJiM tuiwairw. Oystcis W S. JBWEI.BV. Buj tin. I ei iirinn tl siiet nut-' H llnr Mauur u tui( t uid impoitd 4 M Ml I f VI O N DL f IS DuunoncK, at and i k-  I 1 til JIT1 H t( Duip SU ix Utsi (cue Centn! lehpnone NO i) .11 a> be lolt at Lvon s iMH HE I1M, UK HOLIDA P GOODb M f. i suited rna ving ren ly OIK] sLd ot cotton or otbei t itnble at 50 poi cent fld It IN Listened to runt in Yni K V >ril 1 by CT] i Istnut t pei luy w Yorlc j h i it n sent MI I he ma lien it pawed n its piMpnt well knpvv that nut nd t oiild not (iiRistt nt 1> be 1 itive disipi roval ci uld not I 11 r 11 I K 1 tnuiw it ituin Im I it been i il I i iti 1 01 rksiitd It is not iu 1 in Ll i-> i nn iniiu at ion to K j eut at i Lli tho ai u IK nts pre- lup n tins- subjt 11 A bnef icfcicnce to th MI n I am oj s< d to the x< 1 tsnflvolBt lai ballot i roMdcd foi m this lill I l (lieve t bat ci y otnr should have thft tuhttjiuj lie his billot Fit his own home n IK K ht) pk isc s a .id to btiug it with in n t U i i 1 si uj on Inin htii leu of 11 f sni0 ill ii h name-, im ot dis ii IK nt n I H quite him ilhtvolosnt all M r to i p ist tin in f IK can b It u t u h T he tcii p ft h fi icuinctit i i i I l ut i i jfiiai int s lo tht pt oj le i m u UK t f the n lit t >te b) 1 allot1 "1 i 1 ll nj d it the t UK >f ith adop t t it J lu Iin I of hill tpiojosed h il I ill s n >t UK 1 n 1 of hull M tlu n in n n i n titu nt on tent plated hii SJH is uf lal L in not Ire (hanged l )iil nn aim n I u nt >1 the constitution f i s I i n IM oui toi stttution lias i li t i p 11 f un w iitUn 01 pi in ted 1 M n 1 1 i n it uith linn to th polls tii i t UH IP uhtp its f nn and it 1 change the ehstntial home and In ought to the polls and voted. "I AH ballots to be in ofllcial envelopes fui uibbtd onl> olec lion ciflh urtt at the polio (hut J would not Iw undul> ri icgaid to nu re nmttets of de- tail pioMded Mtal pi IIH iplos aie not in- fi nigtd upon 1 would not objp t to the substantial feat- ures of the I outlet tiieutiefoim by the state fin Hihhps all the ballots huch bal be tn exclusive ofllunl en If it should be piovidc.l that tin ull el t >ns 1 l 1 rhr tf in toi vtould vitlut wl an! toi f till tht pliue of ordeil> elosed in ex< g f i mm it I lie fi1l< i IK Ihit ctiln i nisi ns of thn bill are nn teuaciMis in icgaid to nu re nmttets of de-   publl mi p il DM U i tli bill wnv IHlote me wasof at I i t i1 IIST11 ntionaliti This pie- n 1 ir l ll s t r jin t is, stiflh iLiit au tl tit} i li tt is n il IPIM ss rtijtl piopnety ff j pi in ti> 1 IIP Ifgislatuie But the IP s itui leiu es to d te] t the j inposi tu n t 11 I 11 i tu i ll'd tint ujiin my own ju 1 M M I o )i as t 1'u and th< and I n i disp i i n link tho lespon sil il Iv IH my (.hat  sudi a Iwllat, astutu ing touise thut no ballot should ,011 la in moiH than one dislimt set of notiunatioiiH, nnd that no extinneous matters should be en- gniHLd upon it It w ill bv observed tbat the pniu ipal rea- bons heiein foi the witlihnldnig o( inv appiuval aie bastd upon tonstilulioiml obieounni Jt should not be Jnfuicd fiom thiKthat themeahiue Is otbei wise regarded saiisi u torv There aie man} defective and mruiign oils piovisioiw whith, however inuj be- eusil) obMiited Aftei stating some of these mlnoi objec- tinmihle 1 ntuustht govei not continues Ji is hijud tbut Iht legitsla tut e will Jiot li Ijom n 1 1 FOREIGN uws. GREAT ANXIETY OF PASSENCERS ON THE CITY OF PARIS Took tu tu Horror of the Mi by 4 nil M Hill A Strikv tuuimltivv. LOKUOK Apnl 1 Tn splU of the nwe colored ts of thuofhteiH of thoCttj of Paris, to show that at no time wan the ship in danger, and the publication of obvionslv i fa tthnl tlievosse] fui unit's articles nrgumg that the did not go the bottom of eupiMior   tin 11 lit U that the situation i egardfHl hv all on Innnl aa ui> Though the pnsspngei-s in t hnh to some n expet lonce, while othci-s gave vent to then l h uf utUn M In pi i ti ting a pi at tital and Milt lent in Hstjip oi elettomt rtfoi in which ih til 1 P tuy h mi the u'> KM. linns heie uiged No in in 01 w t ol men p a opy- ilRht npm ballot lefuirn tho people want is nn Anwi K in adopted lo our own fiee institutions -a whkh ea- 1 10 K lies upon no just pi litres andwhuh ofUisa piadita] not a wltitiuii of tin evils that cnnlioittuh. No nt in n moio tuoionghly than do I the nete sity foi gnaiding the puiity and i f din elp tion system No man tan appit ntL rn UL MVI llv tliun do 1 the dan K( is to nn institnlions in the imp toper use of mom it tin p< Us men aie able to lit in hi h i Itut-. in c not by Mitue oi then liln s but bv uasonof thoiilm Th I n iiL of L ball t ilnl K i is i m as it exisU-J when I I s Hit t uilitv of the ex  of i h 1 N t I! 1 MCS llie In Mis btill t u t is i I bnoMous to i I i tun Utilise in tint st lit thr con n i i its li IP] 11 (s elt toi to be tl i i 1 in I u tli 1 i_li h language _ I IK I 1 Ul fls isli uti< ii il qne t on nli i n I t t K f on Pit i and att ur Mis TII t i WIT II 1 fl }U I I 1 in it tni h t t isi 1 Lul S h n in i x i'i i I i t t Toll T Ilcbci 10 i OtlllM i L 11 f% follows 1 i i ns Tin p i nose of thf i n il Hi nn s Hi n o )1 n u in itar t n ,H i u u 1 1 th is I) td fi  A induction 10 of i L nt t mu s iu 1 i i i t 1 fit i u i Vll i n i 1 n I tin ills d 10 of a cent per ami punched iron c 1 .Mo of a cent m le in pait of steel dut 1 at 10 i f i cent tun I i i i 11 cent con- t is lulled fiom i 1 It is piotided n t t --ill be all wed on ac- orn nt t !ni of th oi P Hie duties on iu 1 t i n u if nmn us at piesuit but umifl u i in e ns 01 fiom 10 to K> i-ii c. nt al are made the ch( it ti pnMiig the loner o f t Ul[ s mto a n I ot es pi) i i j ul lin I tli i ii) li h to _in i ir n rbmr l i no (r un i in IK r for i i ih t l nil h  i't n ha hi on i t Ii u 1 a 1 h llie Ne i Im i vsIU-SC UN A) 1 I dOlll ISt t dl V pi nt C nn i si i i i l l 1 tl Is 11 j t 11 mi i i i'] n milters at t) ti finsfei i tho i implants- fiom '-tat gov tinmen on A pi il Is i I "st ttlnii St in n hen .in 1 Lmi i h Id a nfei i n n i d to i "Soil lib fl of mcpt li the. i itiot nl s Voided tj II it pan tne u Pi y m Yoikto tnke the place of oot L fiiidcn foi tho re option of em gi uits temporality 01 until the neces j ei ni iient buildings for tho j nrpose can bi t t t or Lin-, i-hi 1 Th or non s i 1 tti I hu w nl I t 1 nn as jDp, es.- milas th aj noji iti n wi ik It is th the nl iuie some tune tilts week Itns 1 ill It Nsiil iniCtcd M nlaiiit 1 in st ti ii le M t l tin t two ballot dot t n i 1 i1 st I on pi i foi V '1 1 1 1 ilsiud puhibitH 1 li in n in mlnitf more t i t an 1 1 1 (I c txn IM i t 11 one bitlJot let k i is h in i inth t witb- i I a lh ons'itutioji, which MM> iki toi tho to vote t is lint now 01 may tl B 1 le If two billot 1 i s m to 1 f b i to 1 1 y i hi people than it tlth out nniti has bt a i eigri oi pi i nuyand ujmbluan iiihtilutions aie tlm a. i -I hivn (Otne to HOC oin polling places tin IH I ni n i tu n looms and oui oflir sol I to tin h ,1 "tli lil H We luun i our c on ni i Is t i t In the spec til !P evtii ot a n 11 in il H lini is! t iti in nsh lining as tl n ml nt I i hi tbei and ml um tin n Mth fun Is i i t b> theeniuhoU le ot ItKislHliv. fivois fo Uliltle Is ui to obstiutt their itintvd would be to iccord OIKJH st If a ul h t tm dLsi i inn only tliu tmul l Ins I How itiA MS Yet jt is unfoi thi t thn pujitilui nieiil bus bi i n mau0mated for electoial re- foi ni hits I (f n delayed by men who seek to use it i i ti op of 1 initingarit! iffatutt- ing sufTi a nnd it is a toin mental v n the msintei ity and bjpomny of mui rntoiniPis tluit some of those vslio u n iw loudest in then advocacy of a in the election imtbodshave be tn hfietofoi most active m wuf- Uit, h in in m entnety tanntt o i I un'thett is manhood HIIJfi age itn ut diii uis those whottumot rmd n wnt nil'( IILC in then UK niUnj of pai liami'nt 1 OM is 1 i u s and d Inm ;IM tlun indid ito nt nt-xt U ule tion Iii of tlie la t that Mi Isnnt-h iwcutlj in the ctuitsas UK rt user of Aliis ibeth Vincent nboai he had seduced and in tihilution foi Inn MiWiiueutdesnr shot him m 1he aim it nun Id seem that IP stood vt i Y much in need of im expieKsion if cmithN'iH e m some qua t tci ho at t ion >f his oonstf Luonta bns caused gen- ii! sin pi ise and home ioi y indignation Isaacs in the last uaa less limn it is MH that ith pnpului I ibmiti candid op- xwed to him tho pfifumtai} of court lain c will bt ul bttk Vietir 1ft to hhu AMINlHSlPMb iO HAIPOUn'fl Mi Biilloui s fnsh Inndpinrhn e bill if tht most eliboinN nnd nunpht utp 1 ncs that 1ms 1 4 n laid IK foi e pni luinifiit m nnny yoais mid will hi to und a Iial or pinning bifoio it IK prosciitwl t the piwn foi the Alituh tho iinnlip] of amen Imcnts piepnred nnd in pio of pit f u it inn is appalling nnd tho UMIII >f ii'A c  hTKkKlC P IMMITTPK Ihe huiiilsti of rummuKc has detulfdto nppoiut M iHimanuit (uninitl ie todttil with 'ntnn hinli m a il spin! I ho )1 UK i ntinnil H will h 1< i 1 is an i 1 ii iim 11 ui t u us p t I in tho .title m nt ot d j u i i tntui i mpious ntd pa t t i U L win tt may in in insti H s rf iut< 11 uplion would uilrt t nun L i J In in Oith, foimeily Auhduku lolin Sa po td Buffalo (liutti is tut n in i nil u[ on the uni't tl iL as L il i i ncn lie to bo tl c e I ei h t loctoi isv.it! UdU ujte fji tlie whol ci'lit and i is ts innot bo ihi in fhp manner pr po 1 1 Lint op non is esutij in pnith 10 It co pi toly detnonsfiatts tho un on tit it unlity of tht fo uidations i p n uhu 1 icsi Vic si'ppnt t an 1 int ity of tl evhibi-voh olhcial ballot pn xnkd toi jn II is llll h feifnreot an oHi ud bal kit d L inn the is ML n i. ipt d to th" p iht tern of mi t it it does not hai inoi ith oui f tt. i i I tutions It has b n u nsii itp 1 and ovei tint an etrkiMV ly )lu ml billnt is not otsc itiil foi th piomo- tion of e  the pns- of tho bi 1 mw ira me, to esUtbhsli in >ur n ilt In i e according to tho last census thue 1 000 men of vvhocou'd uil or write So km 0 its I e in administration tf eminent I sh ill knowingly give my assent to bill the effect of h is to disfianclnsp a honest votoi no matter how humble 01 illiterate he may be upon whom the constitution confeis tu sufTi age D win B IIn i p'ltb" Go NEW YORK, A pi 1 1 Baiiett HUH tinned the tlfm un rs of Deputy alsh tin t n t< th in lu tniPtit fuU'ui i i )t bi ibei y in u ting li in 1 in 1.J n a pi s Llldloi L ttl )tll, foi coitOlll }I intc 1 bmi Tho )Uiige decides that the leputiis 1 In tacepta biilx Ixjcansetbey t jitld k iM I ne giantpf Pn ric'ihn the if th hudchos i to They uHildhi n n in I'd tji cl ilum but it is t< i lut t< io that i xt  h tided in i iv to n 1 tv i nuvt< n Sunday SPT M 1 1 Agitator W 1 heie on a wairant is- i man 7O wthl tlu  t ro toi m 1 ill VMIS Mi "-axtonsaid Urn in 1 i i i utinn had nevw IK." n in ji IHUI nnd Uml ni wu.s tho ni i i u r istd Mi C'antoi said thn t tin1 11] ,r i coin mission Willi im M Ivaits hnd M. VANDEVELDE, 4r> U Tliuil Blicet nUNKIKK, N Y CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., HUH pist a full of hild that niinniit> ieqinie'1 mi ndincnt I dl und nt( oinpftni ing veto constituh ni lit') i i we i IK L By Mi a i tn ele tion ii i j IK T y foi voting on f oiihtjtutiona) anu ndin ts thiH Bv Mi Jutssett Pi wiJinq fu elwtion maihmcij toumhl tht of tlu popii lai vutc i( i on the enact ment of a law loqmunx all balJott Iw qiial to any in the at PIKVH that will pay to e him befoi J printed at public tnd to be dwtub ut d woin pnblu ofikials Bill Hort, i ossi 1 All hite i use foui teen wauln bill Mi bunks to vest (i-5 tent of tin ir dipohiln on murt gages ___ IN THIS AS Apiil 1 In the laut J JWIH mtiodu cd fi bill milking theoflkeot tho Chuiitantiua utility Hoilt a on Mi lownr K Chuutnuqiia la'ro Lull oi u J fa fiom M hu hb tl m ui t u s i jis pass d AdumiiK. 1 LADIES! wi t mi I'asy ami roin atilo sit' M itli a 0111- tllUt Will lirinn Knaet NEW YIIRK Apiil weather wan law and at bftoti vcsb i lay, but tbt ro %vaii a ndanoe 1 ho tt aok in 1 in i onditton rnf-t rncc wiling, nnlcs llavellcr tnst Dan second, Rudolph tbird, tune bmttnil i ice, mila Poxlull first Nomntl Harrj thhtl time 1 (Ki Ihmlnup nrf I rnilp Little-Juke first, Mabel (jlenn o id, Henrj Qeorgo third, youi fcrt flrvantl wnrrn, gel :i pair of D ArmstKinp i (Vs ll'inrt Molt tommop SCilMO hllOUl will you SUiiiVAN SON, 21 3 Centre Street, "ill be sent back to m nmanzeO as follows! Rudy of Lancnstei county and William H. Raftci s cvind, Cupulm third, time, 1.25 Ho claims he acted m self 1 n Provisions for a general Smith of Allegheny county from April 8 to 'S'Xth iace, fuilongs Khafton flnrt, tiou of throughout whole state. June JO olt second, Courtier third, time. 1 Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's. 1EWSP4PERS   

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