Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 2, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

April 02, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol., xx.DUNKIRK. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. ARRIE 2. IWK*. NO. ll. B HEV RESENT ATI VE USINESS HOUSEL special ANNOUNCEMENI s I «rk bv an ex per for Veinier* .* 11«I Seventh OF DUNKIRK 4 NI.W ICI I.IMO M U HIM l'*r ,\ all kieniMd blank# I* the latest a nidi lo* Mechanical Ii®pat (meat of Dunkirk Printing}* 'uinpany. alls situ*# .hi to except f<* ikiiiiK him»I.UV-Jamm Ikvin*; J‘r I I pi h tor, No. I*» I* Second I*" ft. it* til Ho alo sired, Dunkirk, N. V. M-nu/mc#, Para uh lot*, dc., bomi.I in all -D !< - «*»!<* trompe) attended to AU work go *“•*    • Ii Ult! MMU* « MI- < (Mitral KIM H KltV IHM SF., VVC® Mf*. Whnte*alc aud retail »b a let IU I ♦loioMflii t tuna, filius ware, A*. U tllAt TAI Ut v tun t »• (bites, JI JO T <la> . Liver* arni Boat din« M .bb* iii \ idol IV- a to! Xii I o ted an. (M.iiio etal Rider, ion airt ct. I ITV HA lilt IC It SII OI Cha*. Nj;#?I* niter I,fa We Sh. lf N al hoc enter and Tblr*l ill" U. (•reign and lK»»e»tir mar# Prop Hank, eof in A line Ho*'I. « »OM\ I IN id Sits, /    Sic    I cuter - ired, Pra< Heal horae-ehe®**. Funicular all. j.aJ.' to Interfering loiraea. sitea'ing of it . trotting ii.lTM * a specialty. O' IJH Kl It Ii t.VKM' i Olin HVI.lt. Largest Daily It. bi.1 < . linty. An uuequalk-d advertising medium. I kUNKIRK IMIIM I KIM. € I* *1 FAN V j[ J    F«iri»**Tl' Melle'* A I’opide. Manti (acini cr* of kugiuc#. Horn r , Pull** Iliad'ng Hanger*, de. Patterns r«»r|ii|;-Cravings, aud IIIa<•bine Work loonier. V v (IN K I HK HH IHT Ft#.,    un. . Ll tenter aired, Mantifaduu r* of ti “Crom well*’ and “iMinkii W" i Ie. I - tittii. Urea* Shirts, tin aal® in rill leading lurer-Nm# clothing ami dry g.xst# house* rn Dunkirk, Iv V. TitOWI V, /,    btl    aud    t.'tf IfeaIei IU Flour, F * t 'l, jl.UUw, etc. Established, Lion *ti ft, alt. haled ll *877 HIK HOTI L. and iHiilu, Sac ll, *Y Ifepot Ka*) acce** to all tram* a inn— hmirr> Heat nwitumods lion* b»' rn i, .it I rat. let Pin I’tntn id Lop ■ tom .1..Itn J. Murphy, Prop I-, MIA Its id t O., and Flue fr urmture f,t k i nn. I abt net a.listenu*. Picture I lame* un cire. W a r» lo OI ai. d 1|* lr. VI AT ri.HtlN* ii IO.. AOI I et. ti al Ave , Header# of Ka tm.« ami tieutJnmun Oui ill terr | | AKKLI. ST KA Vt III ATI NO C*».. Manufacturer* .it ".lenin Healing Appar .til-Sanitary Plumbing a sm-cialty. our. STF A vt I. % I! N lr It V. H I lur ap. ■< ! n 111 ♦ *:    Pin.    shirt*, bk-; 1 Ap; i ut:*, Ie, and I alec I u ria    Free •iy. A VV. Cumming*. 2o7 Center stun 'oiiai * I Hill V I ll K. OKU VI. E Third #1 , cor. of Bu* ak* Hirer an*! fica brr iii t mc Hoots A 8! M nu HF.NfvV VVI ll.Fit s MAV STOlil , HW I Third *t. Rooks, Stationery, Mimical Ii* end every th 11 g pertaining 1 1 « ttrM* r It -re. Se boti. Hook* a *|K-e a tty. OH PKI NT! NG of evci |oMf.'»t living rate* by Dunkirk Printing < 8 and lo IL sec.in JKI. VAN lf UH KB ,v< < i leut ami General ar* in K-*ai Ka— and I. jiu nte ii paid lo me e ne of cut* ic. .I deter!|tf ion ami a* vt® pany, I st. g rej ii*! Center *t. SON. File 111*111®* * (ftfiiH. Pat I *.»|H I t) c iud ti*Mf. Ii lh . leu! id Bn VIVO KS KU » It VI \< V, ;*#< i en ira! Avenue ‘rf cc Is waiter® for Wall Pui»«*r Pa I*'bls, ^c- I>F,I.KINS. J. VV., ion I enter at*eel Manufacturer a mi denier in ll; hi Mri ib K,« ollar*, Trunks.VV hip-, t. ■t(ii-#ie Gov era ttlnw M Hen- a iv* sh* IX S4 HOLI KS. 13 Last Fashionable tail.**. G the r advantage to eg*! i (*I<h.hII' re. %, Had* I it ak* Robe git Unlet I turd sir* f*nt ieraen ii me (af.* ill. «  .. I- purel.nsin* I ) It. 4 ARY A ( It, I    a    ct    Lion    strf et. bk nepal Hard wan-, W lute Lead/Ute.Pa nu r Sui I'.ie*, oil I loth*,Gnu Ie Ware. A s|*eda tv’,*, rn o W ilhaiii* Pa * I and VI, ii,*. > .    ,    • R I ( KING, h*H-li a* blank-book-Up. da Pl blank* done at ledger*, an. Dunkirk Pnn-mg tkunpauy, # amt >u K. saHMiil st (iVV i* the time for palming vonr trees, and mxm it villi.® time for Avn* your garden* and la ara*, lad it I*® done I    ft    I    *1    th**ii nnD im* ti it*i) jlrutlMM ’i, torw-r * Nevi month we get Hic finest and rarest macs i. hundred* ear el.® from Holland. Nor I weeping rose f..r funeral plan and many new in id ~ and tree*. Order *.«mc of them wliirh w.- w ill i-cli no cheap that you wuitlmy some of them. • TODD VHT A < <».. P«t4 ut Attorrev* AIA 7th st, Waiahiugtod, I*. opt* IT. H Patent of-Itee Patent* t aveak* and Re Issues seen re I. I rad** Mark* regi*l®red All Patent busine** eondiu md for im*lerate Fees. Information V.trice and • peri a1 reft-mim sent on request. FRUM WASHLNUTON. A NUMBER OF MEASURES PASSED BY THE HOUSE. Tile    to    M    rat at ll MR. LAUGHLIN TOO LATE. Ha Didn't fief Ruck In Tim* ta Atop the Sjrraen*# Water BHL AI jaw, April ti—Iii the senate burt evening Mr. Imtighlm offered a resolution recall* ing the Syracuse Skaneateles water bill from the axMMnhlv and sjmke againot the bill. He .MlKACl LOI S ESCA PUS. SOME PECULIAR CYCLONE IN FREAKS OF KENTUCKY. THE 4 KF. \ AN DF IPS Cont and Wood V af I. TS Central A retitle, f#|»tK»*:te Nu k* I I d' JC I Kit    All glades of Hard aud Son "J. Lumber, Hhmgle* and Iaith. rn iaiir    Corre*|**ndene4 hR I ci ted. ii it* I" fi.il/ for wlolrsale lot HK. GI KM HU*. Ti arid 4 ertral W‘ . Arti"ti< Phoiogiapher. I nstaiit»n«i#i Photograph* of Bable* a ap #1 not wa<t for *«#» •Mines A VIOVTII can be made workin*; f »r us. Persona prefen cd who ran furnish a horse and give their who!. •mr to lite business. Spare moments may be profit* dily em;doyed also. A few vacancies in town* milt •«■». It. F. J*»HN’SON Ai Ut I,, i«jo NI air st.. Richmond, Va. I t'(*li S VLK \ tract of land In Marion conn I* ty, F Minds, in th- phosphate lick. Large •r small <D4a nit ti* a to suit purr huiw-rw This eel un i* grow I ar in >rv ramify than any oth-*r part of th'* tale, im la a nil holds are tieing hmit ud r ilrosds pi*ojeete>t, A good money ii king i ii rf-st inet* t.    < baric* .Mann, him Park It orb. alf r, N. Y. The on th men, a. ornion Elders’ *,l -ti • I,iri n, D ,    ;    fr    •* to tHMrrleo LEU yiickkH en aud St. K«v Fork TO RENT! VV* do caul ar and thur^Lsy — Resnlurtons    Mr Handncka had agreed not to mor® th® bill whit® he wa* attent, a* he was obliged to attend the Federal court at Utica. He had beeu unfairly treated. He bad amendment a which would have been adopted. He i regarded the bill as one of the most dangerous ever imused Mr Hendricks Maid Mr Imughlin had aglee.I to Im hark by Wednesday, but did not return and Mr Hendrick* beld the bill until the next Thursday. To have Ion er .Ida cd it suuld have been unjust to his constituent*. Tue bill would not cause one drop of water to Im Ie—mad iii the canal* Mr, Laughlin** resolution ».t* lost—yeas. I (Mr. Laii^hbii); mo s. IU. The following bdl* were on!.-rod to a thin! reading; Mr. Pierson** axrbe imliot bill The annual canal sinking fin d I iii. Mr. Connelly's bill for state Mijierv ision of of foreign loan aud buiMing ass.H-iati.wiA The bill reducing fwwnbroker*' rates wa* recommitted, with order* to report Imfora April M. Adjourned I ll t lie Inquire of Mi roll,int* Bank Building Jacob VA* i rf lier or l'rank Mat It is Ii bustic has (Min the gr Mile* lins bf Limp for fiood. hoped that the barbarous gone for good, hut ii is o r* at discovery of Dr. Franklin cline to stag and alb viate human suffering, This womb rful nerve food and medicine builds tip wornout • v steins, l ures fits. epaMUs. ht;»da< he, neivous prostration, tlixxitieaa. sleep.ess ness, monthly pains, sexual troubles, tc. Min John Ii Miller, of Valparaiso, md., and J, D. Taylor, of Logansport, Iud . gained Jo pounds a month while ui*ing it. Finely illustrated treatise on ‘Nervous Disease*’’ aud sample hot th* >f the Restorative Nervine, free Ht Monroe’# Pharmacy who guarantee it 12 or he Ice lee for stjc; t.tkK) to 6,(KHI tons Inches thick, hist finality. Ice is lo< k* at St. Lawrence River Can loaded oil barge, ve-'i-el or cars. Address J ll. McDowell, Syracuse. N Y. 4 hnii*;tMis rolMHiefi. Iii a relent work on Heart Disease.Dr “ranklin 'lilt- the noted specialist— gives many vt* w and startling facts I hon1 a ti Is of people ate slowly poison rig themselves, weakening their hearts »y the use of tea, coffee, tobacco mid alcohol T|»t*c* HIC ll KAUT W HIFS, causing t to heal rapidly, thus gradually wear i ti ut it out. producing shortness of breath win ti exercising, pains in side and sho d ler. hungry and faint spells. Finally 'Welling of the ankhs ami sudden death. For weakened and irritated heart* the on ss everywhere highly recommend the Sew Heart I’lire discovered by Dr. Franklin Miles, which is for sale at Monroe’s Uh ann ai r Of Reaped at roii|r*ui>i*D VV liber'# I#emth-~A Commit!*-* Appointed Ie At* tend th® Funeral. Waamvotoit, April 2.—The house yesterday | at ss® I senate bill erwatuig the office® of surveyors general in North and South Dakota; house h ll admitting free of duty articles from Mexico to th® St. Louis exposition of la'.*#; bouse bill providing that affidavit® and declaration* in pension caam may be taken Lief.ire any officer authorized to administer *«atbs for general purjoses; providing that i Ie poet turn* of witu®4*#** before United State® court* may tie taken in the too ie prefer11icr| bv the laws of the states in which such court® may be beld; bill limiting to six year# the time within which *uit« may be brought against accounting officers and their bondsmen; bill exempting from the provisions of the law requiring steamer* to carry life lines, boat* plying on inland wa t* i the United State*. (val appropriation bill wa* reported A i «-»>l ut ion from the committee on rules providing that the house meet at ll a rn lYsdimdaTt and Thursday*, aud that the Idaho on, be made a special order for those days was adopted. On motion of Mr. Sherman of New York, the bou e adopted resolution* of regret on Hie death of Hon. David Wilber of New A ork, providing for tile appointment of a dominate® of seven from from the house and thrae from the senate to attend his funeral. The resolutions were unanimously adopted, and Hie speaker appointed Ves*r*. Belden, Delano Sawyer. W id lace. Br aum, Tracy and 1>^* a- th' c-im mi (tee on |«art of the house Th® bouse tnen adjourned. IN Til R #1.NA TF',. WAtoriNfjTi.V. April 2. The senate passed bon*® lull authorizing the AttM-isidppi river corium h i to purrha e or hire boat* as may ii® immediately nece.-enry t4» resi-ia inhabitants of the overflowed district* and to use ie tat* for that purpose At 12;dU the senate went into secret ses-ion and at Ii p. un adjourn si. Among the bills introduced in the senate were the following; By Mr. I'hand let (joint resolution)—OrarV iii" lier mission to the Bartholdi Htatue association to improve all of Bedloe't Island and provide for its use as a puMic psrk. under the HifervtMon of the secretary of war. By Sir. Wilson of Iowa bv request—To forbid maintenance and oppression in sutta brought upon letter# patent. [The bill provides that when it app ars in a suit concern-i! t lett>*rs |vitent that tile defense is inter-feed with or maintained by a combination of individuals or cor erat ions ia»t lawful defendant*, such interference is de-• tared a public nflVme. Any individual or cor|H>rat ton indict i t riel and convicted of this offense is to Ie fined from $2, HUO to f5,(Mki ami the district attorney is to begin pmcecJinga in equity to dissolve any con-vt <1 association aud to confiscate it* property. By Mr Stewart To tegulate the manufacture, sale nnd iinjHirtation of Isger beer. Lager Iss-r in the bill is defined to lie the leverage made exclusively from hops. malt amt water Any other fluid is designated as adulternteti la^er her. The bill imposes 'mxi - up >ti brewer* or dealer# in adulterated ^ cr with heavy peua I this to take out the ■•.•ii!- - All packages contoiuing the bever-.v e shall lie branded “adulterated.” Adulterated lager beer imported u to pay th® duty uiqiostd on lager I leer. ffittinn's Oplninn of th® Kst*er. Paris, April J. - M. Jo! - Simon, the head of the French delegation t » the Berlin lalsir conferem'c, express -s h ,itself a# surprieed et tbs extent of the know l«*dge di-play al by Emperor William, w ho, hedecMree, is greatly changed and ha* been falsely represented to the French jieople for some month# past. If the conference has no immediate prat ti.-ul result. M. {Simon says, it will ive useful ax serving to uuiet the fours of skeptic and as the signal for a new dejiarture. ll. Simon gives annie interesting anecdotes of Priucw Bismarck, among which is his account of tit® chancellor’s introduction of himself to the i s »i if ..reno® by walking in and saying. “I ani Bismarck. * Humorist Feck Fleeted Via tor. Mu. Wa lr KRX, April 2.—In the municipal election yesterday the DiunocraLs elected their entire ticket George Peck, proprietor of Peck'* Sun, Democratic candidate for mayor, has a plurality ov r Brown (Rep.) of Brown is the present mayor and was a candidate for re-election. N. S. Murphy, who was the late Mutt Carjienter’a law- f*art-ner, headed a third -the t *iti/ens* ticket. Tim chief iusiie in the election v\as th** Bennett compulsory eduction law The Protestants favor the law, while th® Catholics wish it rej»eal*si. Air. 1‘eck was understood to side with the rejealers. The fight on the Bennett law is expected to hav® an iiifiueiue in -tate politics. M r. Powderly speak* si Hartford. Hartkoiih. f’oiin . April 2.- Mr. T. V. Powder!» -t*oke at AI’yxi hull last night to a lurg® audience of workuiituott. Mayor Root and other protuinent men oi’cupwsl seats on the platform, 'lr Powderly spoke chiefly on the aims an.) principles of the Knights of Lei* ir. He said they lavored eight • ours a .lay; the nationaliza!iou of railr.wuls; equal coni|H>ii>ation to Is.tii sexes for equal work; the freeing to the people of land now held for *peculation, and th* Ai.-traliau lellot system. Mr. Powderly was frequently applauded and lield lh*- closest attention of the audience for two hours. A family Finned In by ImmoiN Timbers, but Unhurt—Heavy Block# of Iron and Marble Carried Long Distances. Kale*! K-tituate# Place th® Los# of Life at e®venty-flv®. Loris villa, April I — There are hundred* of the in.et interesting and miracul.Mi* ee-eajHis a.iin --ted with tue tornado, showing th® queerest sort of freaks of the wind. A block of iron casting weighing over 150 pounds wa- blown into th® ms*.md story of the ('hesMfwake, Ohio and Southern railway iiuiiding near the Union depot. Nobody know# w here it came from and the nearest building from which could hav® come is nearly Kilt yards away. Irreal sheets of iron roofing we;• dropped upon I)r. Harry’* farm lear Turner's station, R.iir miles {rom th.* •tty on th.* Short. Line In th® ruins of a iou-® on \Ycst Ma n sereet, a clock w as found dinging to th® wall It wa- a large office dock. but no one in the vicinity had ever cen it    and rn»one know* where it ann* from. It was ist.lly broken but th® iiaiids sill! isiuif(*.I to N;*JU p. rn. A large slab >f marble was found in a residence on West Madison dvcet «bi -h wa# neverthera before. It will we..J: over loo muds At Baird’s drug (tore, on Mnrket aI*ove Ninth, two bird cages with the bird# were blown in through the sky-light. The cages were not injured and the birds are as full of song as ever. When til® building .sampied bv Brand A Bethel, the tobacco men, on Hrts-ii st reef, went to pieces a portion of the frame work drt>p|**J through the roof of a little cottage just ca-t of th® factory. It consisted of a heavy timber to winch were mortis.d four upright piece# of timber. When this came through Hie cottage th® family were -itting around the table in the dining room end th- four upright# simply pinned ih**-n in, but bd not hurt them in the lea t It wu- one of the most wonderful e*-•aj.es yet heard of. SEVENTY-FIVE DEAD. That th® I* the Lal«»t F.stimst® of Mono'* Work In latulavlll®. LoriKViijjt, Kv., \j>i ii 3.—Th® stat® legislature this afternoon appropriat.sl $.10.0(10 {or the relief »»f t e suffen-r# by Hi® cyclone. Vh • latest returns iud.cute that the number cf dead will not reach over seve ity-flve. Many of th® victims' name# were rejtorted to the **or<.liers twice, and several dead were reported under two names. One man wa# giv en three #»-j>-irate namee In the li#t of killcl, w iule an entire family of four j#* i*—. ii is wa- ii.-ted among the (had under two awm®#. Many who weir #uj»j.s»sed to have p ‘1'ishcd aud were reckoned among the dead I ave since th® excitement ha- abated been d(-covered to bt* safe. Bu-iness i# re-su.iiing, iii® weather is bright, aud a fechug of energy aud cheerfulness prevails. ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI. Water Going Back Int® the Hirer—The Witustlwn Improving. (J raj? nm 1.1 J-:. Mi#*., April 2.—Til® water ha# not made much additional encroachment •im*® Monday night, but th® heavy rain ha# aided greatly to the discomfort of th® situation. Th® water is now higher at some {dace- outside the levee than in th® river, and is jsiuring back into th® stream It is also going hack through th® Offutt crevasse into the river, This les-**n# th® danger here, but the Easton crevasse is still pouring water out over th® country. There ha# been no I. ar- of live stock Th® mayor ba* aj jointed a committee to aid anyone who may lie in dint row. The Cotton Exchange adopted resolution* contrail! ?;n^ th® sen#*tioual and unfounded report* a- t.» th** -ertousneaa of the situation here Should th® flood nu tad de within thirty day* a good crop can he tirade, and the effects of the overflow will not then lie felt a year from now. Th® river i# stationary Helena iu Heller Sliape. Nrw Or LR a vs, A jail I.—*Th® Tunes-Dem oerat's Helena. Ark . special say*; Owing to the break of th® levee at Austin, Miss., Helena Ira* received some relief, the river falling one inch during the la-t twenty-four hours. A h -avy rainfall prevail# here, and a rise I* expected Noon. Til® stock that ha* lieen saved from the Hot*! ur® having fearful lime# standing the attacks of the buffalo gnat that swarm iii myriads. There is con siderable indignation o> er the rejs.rt circulated by Sergt. Dunn of New York to the effect that tile leve**# about Helena had lieen completely swept away by th® flood. It i* untrue. The levee* around Helena are iu -jdendid condition ku iron oiled by the Flood. VlCKRBFBG. Mi**., Ajirii 2.—Rejsirts of a new bleak ut Austin, Miss , and of wavering levee* elsewhere ar® inducing many families to move beyond the danger line Greenville is surrounded mid j»artlv inundated. Mayersville ha# yielded to the flood. There i# no lo** of life re|*>rted from recent breaks, but many head of live #t'H*k have jieristied and much projierty is ruined. THE GARFIELD MEMORIAL. It t# to lei Gain lit the Democratic Vote. Chicago, Aj»ril 2. —Tho Democrats elected their entire ticket here yesterday for tsses-sors. collector#, clerk#, supervisor*, etc . in all til® town* of tho city. th.* north, .-nth a-id west towns, and for tho first time iii til® history of Chicago there Is not a ft 'publican town officer in the territory bounded by the old Inuits. The lW*mocrats elected twenty aldermen and th® Republican* twenty-cue CASH AND ONE PRK E. A Transfer of Ownership. Ha VT> WI CR, Ma**.. April 2. — Frederick A Jjorkw(mn! of Boston, <ontractor of the Uaj>e One Citizen*' candidate and one Indejiendcnt J revenue by the ck ‘    '    candidate for alderman wen also elected. The <#Hincil will be a ti® with Mayor Creiger, ltem.K-rat, to ca-it tho deciding vote. April 111 ITV 1.0 Now # the time for carpet* io|*terie# The new ji'ittorti* are neb us von have shown I. ’til. and tip- hole, and .‘ire your# Ives to I , | IMI! FII MOI.DF.MI ll* Kit, $4,    Cor. ’I turd »t><i Buflalo Ss# , Iic.-tler to GramU*. Marble, Hjigcm* ar. Uuildma KU*tm'. Call «*n uie I#'terr oiirim your side-walk ■ ) 1*1.Kl A LO., R    7 and a I net I mn! 'iud Whisky, Win**, Uinndu**. U*-uer*l liquor 8U*re to. i vmily nillll UT VI K Iv    Lion ctia**t, near U:c depot Boarding. Nale, !»c<t and l.^v(^^ -UP Hts tiling b' the day or w eek *.i n .-.na term#. j*AXl J. OIPVBKh. 301 Centra! K\>. I #Uiir»>. General I .*#ui .»u< c -•••« I*- • r. AaenL Fire, Life. Ac .dent, amt Live KU .. lueurancc. Ptvinpt attentiou fit (a tc b.iyinp aud selling Heal i.#tuu- fix C. JON K«, I    75 K. Third *L, ct»r Deer LxoeDior Meat Market. I rc-h -alt Suioktsl Meat*, La. !. Hauaagcs, Ov Poultry. w tit The Ii c*l things from the midi of this country We've taken more than usual |>itiu« and spent more than u-ual lime in choosing these. Every kind, every quality. Axtnini-tcrs are of course the luxurious c arpets Deep of pile, so >f co or. elegant of design. And here are the nest to be got any where. Moquettes, very similar to the flr*t in ajipearance, but a shadeless costly. Brussel# in wonderful variety. None but what are best. Nom* but w at are standard, long-tried makes. A good part of the patterns belong to us aud to us only, for this city. Tapestries of a1) grades, but the great bulk of our stock is of the better sorts. And there’s comfort and satisfaction and long wearing and a deal of beauty in a tajvc*try carpet of to-day—of these ! in our dock, we mean Ingr ins that have beeu largely gotten up cipressiy to our order, of superior quality of wool. in choice patterns, are sure to give satisfaction. Oil cloth#, linoleums, straw malting#, and every wanted kind of floor covering, down ti rugs aud mats. House cleaning coming ou, maybe moving, and now s when minds seriously tin n to thoughts of carjiets. There’s no better jt’aee within shopjdng distance, no place anywhere wheres opportunity for such a choice. ^^■aa-( ler* anc VV ATCHKS, JEW Kl.HV, VV- Buv the tun Ta lGkilioal " alt ii. Repairing a ajweJatty. Frank r. KUpf. #3 K. Tn»r<t st tiickkk, Merchant Tailor, SIS Centra. Avenue PltOrt.sslONAL It. r. iiOLFii, m n. Phystciaa and gat germ • nti.-( .iv. r Lv i.'# D. u#r s*t.>re. KtaiAnw, i’entral Avcuat I»• |>ii(»iu* No, y. < Atle luav tai left al Lyon'#. And to upholsteries an I draperies, let u draw your buying thought, or your investigating eye which is one and the •ame thing. For here is a collection the like of which is not in the city, nor lo be found in going from city lo city. So many aud so varied that a word-description would take hours. Au eve knowledge is pleasantly an easily gotten in a half hour a visit. Put in a half hour that way. You’ll not in year* cease reaping ample rewaid for such time so spent. BARN ES, II ENO ERER a Co. Cod Ship Canal, ha- transferred all his interest- to Col. Thomas Liv miora It doe* not atu>«.ir that th® cor?Miratioo has changed hand* a* yet, but that Mr. Quincy A Shaw, (I .us I>®en tinaneiallv intere-ted with Mr. (.<* * . .-od, has aj>jH>iiited Col. Livermore his i,_. ii' va I trustee with full jxraer to rejire-m-iii ie inter®* s in th® canal (*onijiany. Mr. 1#'#*;'W(sm1 will retain all tile intern®*# be ever had in tue cairn), int th® business will lie in the future conducted th conga Li%ennor® in-stend of by l/x-k^iVMl It is said that Hie transfer is a si®), toward the final di#|ioeition «»f the franchise to New York ca)»itaii*t*. Public D«*bt Statement. Washington, April 2.—The monthly public debt statement issued from the treasury department yesterday show* a decrease of the (I bt during Hie j*ast month ani. milt ing to *!I,..-t*,K' 7. aud for the first tiine month* of ti. curieni ll-cal yeur of    Tile iTic n®t -unpins iii th® tnwiry to day i# i J, or a I# (Ut $ I ji),ULM) ie## that) a mouth ago. Govt run tent receijits from all arces during March jwwt aggregate $(14,-(7^,180, or $3,75tl,tJ00 more thou in Maivh, 1N8U. Customs receipts dining the past month amounted to $JU,870,675, or $1,750,000 more than iu March a year ago. while internal revenue receipts were $11,281,850, or , $1,250,000 greater than in March, 1880. Re-(vij>t# from all sour es for the first three V (juart. rs of tie current year a-giegated 8J'.Ci,0OO,O0U. and this seem* to point to a #»e of the fiscal year fully up to Sc ro tary Wisdom's estimate of $385,-(XiO,UOO, submitted in hi- amma! rejnirt last Lks-euiiier. II. (Heat* ii at Cleveland on Deeoialion Day. ClJEVKLANl), Apl ii 2.—’! he following has lieen addrtw-ed to the jai bt ic by ex-Uivsuleut Rut In riord It. Hayes and Hon. Amo* Townsend, jtresuJeiit aud secretary ’of the Garfield Memorial association: “The Gat field Memorial association purls**-* to dedicate by appropriate public service, tl»e mein! rial structure em'Usl in honor and n).-nior\ cf the late Uieseieiit Garfield at l^ikeview cen etery, in this city, ou National Memorial Day. May 30 next The trustee® of the association respectfully solicit and cordially invite all organized lilies in the United States, in ludmg military, Masonic and civic, anil ex-sold a-rs and cit ta® n# generally, to honor the occasion by their pres-(lice, and to j*®rticipate in the cei\*inoiiie#. Arrangement.* are Iieing perfected with railroad couijaiiiieH for reduced rates of lure, information of which maybe obtaimsJ at the jirincijtal stations.” Dp.nl®" the Cunni#. ALB*NT, Vpril 2. —1The (-anal# of the stat® Will ie 0|**ne I na Mar I for general traffic, Siijterintet.dent Hannan said that they might have opened earlier, but the n*jtair# to tv made w ere very extensive, ’I he cause of the extra repair* is due to the fact that the ia.-li of aj»proj»T int iou last year to fill th® $ -,-a*Jay bill, eau*ni tho discharge of many men, and only such work wa# performed as w as absolutely ne® re. Work of rejMiir was ex im mer.*, ,1 up ti th® Cohoes division on Monday, but tne work on other di\ L ora w ill not commence before April IO or 12. 4 apt. Mount K« stored. Washington, April 2.—The house oom-nntte on military affair* have authorized a favorably report on a bill providing for the restoration of ('apt Mount, late of the Second artillery, to the a my and placing him on the retired Iist. ('apt. Mount'* resignation was scut to tile president by hi* colonel under mu agreement tliat such action should be ta ii if ('apt. Mount became intoxicated again, ('apt. Mount endeavored to have the president*# acce j> ta no® of the resignation withdrawn, hut the law forbid* this and be was obliged to go to congree*. A Warrant for ('OI. Philadelphia, April 2.—A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Ix-wia R. Cox, th® ex-Chest n ut street merchant, who failed amu* t line ago. The warrant is sworn out bv VV i diam M. Gingerly, w ho hold* Cox'* note' to the amount of fUfi.OOO Cox has left the jurisdiction of th® rhiladeijihia court® and is believed to be in New York. XVm«!i i ii Kl on ((ar®#. Washington. April 2.—The weather yesterday was fair, w i dy and cold. The track wa* fairly good Results: First race, \ mile: Village Maid first. Onward second. Beck third; tim®. 1:0ft, (Second race, ft mile: Hhotover first. Manhattan second, Cornelia third; ti le*, 1:19. I bm! race, mile; l 'a|*t Wagner first, (' •rialsnu*second, Elston third; time. 53^. Fourth race, I 1-lri miles:    Prather    first, Vandergrift second, B*«#titird, time. Uoii1^. Fifth race, hurdle, I mile: Jim Muq>hv fin*!, lid'-anio second, Eijthiii third; time, I:5«H___ New Or I •‘sna Race#. Nxw Orleans, April 2 — Last day of Jockey Club race yesterday. Weather clear and windy; track good. Pi rat !•«(¥. Jy mil :    ljexington R. first, Pete Hai .au »eon(l, Beta third; time, 511.•> Second race. 5 furlong-;: Germanic first, Maggie B. ae rood. (Tiquot third: time, 18JR^. Thinl r*®®. I t - IG .m Bk ob® loft second. Fix . F<airth ixtce. I nr.e . first. Aljihonse #e#x>nd, 1:47*4. Marcbburti first. ii third; time, 18*9. * \a.xls: Vice Regent Caline® third; tune. ■f he Fwrnell-O'shr * Ua*e. Txinpon, April 2. Mr. Parnell ha* tiled denials in the case of ( apt. O'Shea vs. Parnell. a# oo-resi#>nd®nt, and Mrs. O'Shea ha# asked a mouth# dc’nj in fiiing her pie.#. Caj>t. O'Shea will (*p:* *■ tile granting of ftarthw delay, heMeving. a* he alleges, that jxwtpouemaut i* sought for jioliticml effect. It is now reg*-ded as imjioH-ible to bring the <*a#® to trial lK*f.*rr autumn at the earliest. XVood Sfntrncfd t n Fire I rom ti on. New Youk, April 2.—In the general aea- siona court Joseph Word wa# sentenced by Recorder Snivth to be executed by electricity in tho week loginning May 12 next. Wood IR the negro dock laborer who wa# convicted dn the 19th of la-t May of murder in the first degree in killing Charles Ruffin, a fellow* laborer. _ Democrat# Win att ftehenectary. Schenectady, N. Y., April 2.—In the inunicijwtl election yesterday the Democrat* elected their entire city ticket, carrying the five ward* on both sujiervisors and aldermen A XVnr on I.'<ll(*r» Srbdin-a. Ai.RaNV, April 2.—Warrant# were issued in the city of Trov. at th® instance of the secretary of the Stat. Retail Merchants' e—..nation. for th® arrest of tie* agent® of the Tuxedo s-xip for violation of th® lottery lawrs of tile stat®. Mr, Dexter, the -e rotary, who resides in this city, i<>’ I a wu-« the lieginniug of a win su ii -ch.mea Guttenberg Knees. New York, Aj.nl 2.—There wa* a good -lzcd crowd ut the Guttenberg track yester-day and the ixjurae wa* fairly fa#L The weather wa* jxleasant Til® result*: First race, selling, 4 mile: Sierra Nevada Mi -t. Al bra gelding second. Foreigner third; tim®, 1:21V. Sec.aid ra'-e. Nellim*. • . mile: Tom Keams first, Gypeey fill v #»* ond. Bestick third; time, 1:02M. Third rae®, wiling, OM furlongs: Sir AVill-xni first. Jim Gate* se tad, Frejols third; fine. 1:28 V- Fourth race, pun#, mile: Young Duke :r-t. ban La**ie mxxuhI, Fit/.ror third; time, 1:19*. Fifth raix*. selling, I 1-lfi mile*: Glendale first-. Oarsman #e<x«»»d. Wahoo third; time, I    ; Sixth race, pum*. % mile: Mamie Hay first, King Idle second, Festus third; time, I :;15. T he I lurid* Kit**-* Settled. VV ahhinoton, April I The senate yesterday in remet *c**t(wi oonlnneil the noqiina-liousof District Ju lge Swain. District Attorney stripling and Uni toil State# Marshal Mize)I of tit® Eastern district of Florida, which hav® l*-eu j> iidirig cilice la-t Deceit!-I ber. l or three day# Mr Edmund* ha# tried : iii vain to get a voting quorum, but th® Democratic senator* by filibustering hav® prevent®*) a vote. Yest®;day Mr. Edmund* moved nu executive session directly after tile av .ruing hour with a view to forcing a vote, and aft -r five hour# waded iii going over ground which had lieen covered in previous di-iiutcs the Democrats gave iii, enough voting to make up the necessary quorum, and the nom mat ion# Iieing confirmed by -trict j»arty vote*. Mr. ( all insisted on a yea and nay vote on each of th® nominations    The vote on all wa* suls-tantiatly the same. Die del*!® w hich jireoeded the vote wa# devoted io a review of the chargee that the-e three official* had used their |*aition* for jtai 'isan pm j*»scs. .Ider that th s ase assault upon A Prominent lawyer Dead. Cincinnati, April 2 —Timothy D. Lincoln, a prominent law’yer of this city, died yesterday aged 75. He wa* a member of th® law firm of Lincoln. Stevenson & Lincoln. KortWerner* at Atlanta. Atlanta, G®., April 2.—Ckauncey M. Depew, A 8. Hewitt, J. H. Iin.an. John C. Calhoun and other New York. "* arrived hera yesterday and wera entertained by Atlanta friends They w.-re tendered a puhlic rqccpti.hi an I cn.ci tallied bv the Capital City club at luncheon. Governor Guidon aud Messrs De|<ew. Hewitt and others ma e ^peeckca I n lier# on Ntrili®. Boston, Ajiril 2.— Tile 150 journeymen lathers emjiloyed in Boston and it* vicinity struck for $3.50 on first quality work and $3 for second qualitr work, which they assert were the rato# (mid I#Tore th® reduction in wages t wo year- ago. XI list A-k for Imt* of %l»-ene®. Wash I NOTO*, April 2.—Se*r®(«ry Noble has I#x-n considerably annoyed of late by the < Li* f# of bureau* and other officer# in the interior department 'going out of the city wit bout notifying him. Iii several instance# iii® first intimation lie had of their athenee was th® announcement in the j>ress that such an official wa* out West or in some other section of the country. As be notifier the president wh'*n he ba* «*x-H-i.>n b» leave the city th® secretary is of opinion that the offi-ier» of the department can let him know •vhen they are atiout to be attent. He im#, ikerefc •re. issued un order din* ting that hereafter chief# of bureaus and officers of the inferior department must obtain leave, on written application, I# for® absenting tbcm-eelve* from Hie city. »\ bile an order on this subject ha* never tiefore lieen issued it ha# liven the custom to obtain such leave of ale sent'® The Contract, bgneri. Niagara Faux, Aj»r I 2.- There is much rejoicing on th* treet over the rej#»rt that a contract I#-tween the Uatara. t Cuiistru. tion onipany aud the Niagara F'alL* Power cctn-l»any hod been signed. 8uch a ix.ntract wa# signed, but th* re are certain condition# yet to be comjtlicd with bcfor® the building of the tunnel will I** an a*#uial fact. Those best j» .st**! are now perfectly confident of the sue.-ca# of the project. R«menberg«r’* StatMnrnt Philadeli'HI a, Ain il 2.—Tb«‘ liabilities of Noah N R<Meiilx*rg»*r, woolen manufacturer, who assigned voter lay, ara altout #90,000; assets not stated. Mr. Rneenherger attribute# hi* d»ffi« uh ie* to the failure of various parties to 11 lh Ice prompt delivery of manufactured go-d*, whereby a large stock tiiat he had on hand was rendered value lean on account of living out of season. The P* t i# Kiting to I .Der|t.i..I, I4ONDON, Aj.ril I rile follow ing statement made by the agents of the Inman line ha# !#‘»*n telegmjiLixi from Queenstown:    “The flooded compartments of the (.Tty of Paris have all been jaimj#*! dry. Close examination show# that the Imttom of the vessel 1# uninjured aud Had all the bulkhead# are sound, except tho-- iu the engine room, which were somewhat damaged from the jtounding of tb® broken machinery. Tile port engine# ara in w-.-rking condition, and the steamer left Qoi-eii-cown for LiverjMiol tinder her own steam. In our judgment the ves*®| wha throughout j**rfe<‘tly safe, and every tiling indicate® that he woidd have continued to float indefinitely, a* she wa* without further submersion or risk after the original disaster occurred.” _ 4 Com mi Anion Msix-hanl Commit* Suicide. New York. April 2.— Morris Marks, a wealthy •-ouimission merchant at 9fi Spring street, committed suicide at hi# re-iduw, (57 East Thirteenth >tr®e', by shooting himself in the heaii. He had recently had a quarrel with hi# wife whom he marrnxl last Octotier She left the bouse and Marks seein**l greatly' dejireaaed over the occurrence. On Monday lie received a message from Mr*. Marks which is siq»{*-,*1 to have beeu a refusal to return to him, and to have led to the suicide. New York German# Celebrate. New York. April 2.—About 150 j**ihoiis attended the exercise* in celebration of Prince Bismarck*# birthday last night at the German society’# ix#»ms, 13 West Twenty-fourth street. M. F. Mot/, made the princi-j*al address of the evening, to w-hicb the German craw ti), Gen M. Fiegel. re ponded. Bever ai oiher #jje.®he# wire delivered. Among th-.-. preNent were William Stem-way, ex-Go el aor Sullivan, Count Kt #lei , C. Moiler, F. Peter® and Baron de Thom peon I »••. lug Match V rd I - Harold St.Fr»hn, who • .-ii .-haiti oioiiship of the de -rued Sci • ant William «.f the of Ha* British Life fencing ma ten at Hi® Eden Muse® yesterday, winnfaig f.air Itoui* out of five and laking a pur-e of $l‘>n put up by members, of the N.-w York Athletic club. .1 New York, . claims the foil United Stat. -, Williams. Int. Guards, iii a Siberian paper# announce that several high officials in the minmg district® of Chita and Verchniovditisk, including five owner* of gold mine#, have been imprisoned for peculation aud bribery.    • Turkey to Garrison Armenia. Constantinople, April 2 —The sultan, yielding to th# advice of the English government, ha* decided to raj .rev; the lawlessness of the Kurds in Armenia by establishing strong garrisons throughout that country. Yesterday’# Kn**ball Gum®*. The f. Bowing gam— were played yester-da> :    Af    Col urn bu*—Columbus TO, Wheeling ll. At New York—New York 8, Metropolitan.- I. At Philadelphia—Athletics 5, University of Pennsylvania 7. At Toledo— Toledo 4, Dayton 5. At Richmond, Va.— New York \P L.) I, Boston (P. L.) 12. Killed tty a Train. Andover, N. Y., April 2—A man named Wheal was Aie-k by an El ie |>?> -enger train just west of Alfred Station and received injuries from w hi.h he iii-d within a few niinute- He wa# walking on the track and did not heir the train, which wa* rounding a citrvo. !\ n*-at # nome wa# in Hornellsviila. Au Arknn-i## Murder. HkD Na, Ark , April I.—Lraiia MogeJ. for many yen- a saloon keeper in thu place, was shot and kilted bv I»uis Kohler. Th® cause of the iilioulty is not known. I A VERY LIVELY COX TEST EXPECTED AT TMF WINDSOR ELECTION TO BE HELD TODAY. Both side# in t n-rl It- r> I Itnrt Iu Carry th® sent—Liberal* to Rut* Hue of Hal-four’a liMttering Khiik am Kahibltlon. I roo bt® Feared — Another Rehem* of the Get iii ail Ktup®ratr. London, April 2.—It is *• jested that th® jmrliama ntarv elect iou which i* u> I#* held in Windsor to-day will lie oik* of the liveliest •ontest* of late years. Ruth |«rtie# are working hard, the Conservatives to maintain dieir majority of alaxit 250 and th® Liliemls to overcome it bv the j#)|>ularity of their -am ii* la ie and th® aox-sairai# to t*i®ir ranks through tli(* increase of th® total vote in th® district since file last election. Th® Liberal# have organized an immense jiarmle, one of the features of which will Ii® one of the Hal-four lettering ram* used by the government’* evictor* iii various parts of Ireland to {suit down the wall# and th sirs of lu.u*®# whose inmate* refuses! admission to th® bailiffs aud jMtiiix*. The (Conservatives hav® declan*! that they will capture tlii* engine of 1 Wwtruction, and should they adhere to their resolve an exciting ta-en® will ensue from wha-h may re-uit many broken head*. Th® member* of the recently victorious Oxford crew hic giving every p»»*sibl® a#*i*t anc® to the Liberals iii their contest, the Gladstouiau contest and Mr (itvnfell tieing an Oxford graduate, and having coached the •raw to victoiy. Bekhan ha* f lier® occurrad a cont®*! into which !#>th sides entered with such J iwi feet (Nmfiddle® RANDOLPH K KKI"W MUM. ijord Randoljih 4 hiiix iull ha* declined tile invitation to addi®s* a I literal in»®ting on Hi® siibjx- t ut the conferenix* of th® jteae* ixanmi-sioii ai Berlin, a decision which meets the approvu! of hi- friend*, who dcjimwt® bi* making any |»uhiic >|#-eches on any subject at tuis time, wii.i.iam'h Latest kchemk. It I* stilted that Emjieroi- William I* pre-jiai ing a scheme for u js-accful coin prom is® of th® exintiir differeiKx-# lief ween Germany and Kraiux., arid will submit the terms to the French government at an early day. The plan i# said to ii® so entirely equitable that it* tender by the more aggressive of tile two jK>w®rx ca 1 moi fail of cordial acceptance by th® other, though it nmv |#*s#iblv I#. *ul>-jectcxl to slight modi Orations. 44 A \TH MIKh W IEOkWANN’m til ARIKH Uu|>t Holwrt Watpo® In*, through hi* (xiuiisel, secur’d an order front the court, demanding the production of th® diaries kept by Mi* \ a fiery Wiedemann, th® young German governess wit* >*e case again-t him for breach of jiromise and seduction, has Ux*n rx**{ened and i#st,ll jiending. IL these jour na I# v! uljNtle will atteiii|>t b» j.ix»ve grave miscobdut't on the part of Miss Wiedcmatni with a Gdinaii military officer at th® tim® -lie claim to have I# en ix>mpletely under hi# ow ii protection in the l»-|i»*f that -ii® was hi* w if®. Si: OLM A IC FUS' DKMaNKn I'OMI’MED with. I Le tux .test of the Tjo-t End *ti(*.-maker* igmiisl l*eing cot ti J*® lied to work iii Hi® re ic' ing rooms, supplemented by a demand mi I they ii® prowled with w<>rk.-iiojM, ha# iiei w ith a f;i\i>rabl® ix -js.nse oil tile part of finny of th® ina*t®r*, win*-;* action* will loo bt lea# ii® followed by tho others. Already :W eiiqtloraisi hav® -ign®d an agreement to provide ixuhiii."iiou* and convenient 'hops md this recognition of th® justice of th® ngi-r at ion aga inst ii. ane lnl*u bn-.xl on sanitary ;round* ran *.-nr.cl\ fad to influence the eductors o! other Industrie* who«e were# ira finished iii robins also devoted tx. (*H>kiug, «it*ng aiel Nleejdng. A MORK DEMOCRATIC POLICT. ('hciM-efior von C’aprivi ha# an im ai need hi* intention to atemdoii th® system of inspired ■•ii ma Is, which be iieliev®® to lie unfair to liber news|»aj**rs, and jmduBiv® of no lien-flt to Ute inspiring authority. in future ii® will decline to extend favors to one |a|®r * hich are denied another, liut will, on Hi® Alter hand, a in at a w ider and more equit-ible disti 1 but!.in of official news to resjic.-tMbl® iciirnals, without rrfer -m e to their political eanilig, than lias heietof.>r® l#*iii th® jirac-ks. The einjM-ror ha* derided that military •flirai-# on the retired list ar® under th® im i-dlotion of th® civil authorities and must ii ail .-a#®* Lie amenable to th® civil laws. I he report of the betrothal of Archducb®«# 8tcphalli®, widow af Drown Urine® L idolph. .0 Archduke Francis, licir to th® Austrian ihron®, is officially denied at Vienna. BISMARCK’S BIRTHDAY. HIC iii (ill NKW arrivals; Great Deinon«tiaiioii by HU Mympwthla«ra —I be Urine® .Slake# a speech. Berlin, April 2. — Th® cek-brn ion of Trine® Bismarck’* 75th birtbtlav al Krie<l-i.-teruhe yesterday was churacterraxl by • 1 e enthusiasm and general festivity than . va mark®.I any similar occasion sin.** the >i.serval 10® of th® old chancellor's natal day be am® an axarnmis of national interest. Fir®special train# loaded with Prince Bi*-Ui..rck’» admirarM mingled their freight with th it of th® regular trains which landed 1 hot isaiah, of person-at Tried richsri die during 'beday, and th® east:® was thronged with vi It* i*- until a late hour Iii addition to th"-® I*--, -mal visit# th® ex-chancellor re el vcd over 1,800 birth.lay greeting# by mail md nil® and numerous |>r®#®nt#. Th® emperor sent hi# jsairait Twelve bundrral railway employ®®* t*#ar-u.g torches i>ixM--eded to Fri.sirichsm® la-t •veiiiug and serenadi*! Princ® Bismarck, also i(resenting th® ex-chancellor with an addr®#®. Reifying tothe address Trine® Bismarck said la* had a1 Wray* advocated rapid communication. Tile railway wa* now the vehicle of civilization, ll® would never forget th® im men#® service of Minister May bach in carrying out th® centralization and con version of railway*.    _ IN THE COMMONS. I br Newfound land Ha to I.(YDon, April 2. mon# last evening Dr leifate# Invited to Lo mi on. - in th® house of <xan Mr. VV'illiuui Redmond »,i*i lh® government whether th® New-i Hind la: id .U-TgaU- iia.i Lieen invited tx. Ism don P» th-cuss lh® flnhcrie® qui tion. aud if i J, wh»'t!:®r th® govriniiieut would cable on® air .Jam"* Ferguson said Hi® premier had invited them ural they would doui.tl®^- come un MK.n a# tin ir dub®- permitted. I herefore it wa- urn *• 'ssirv to cable to them. Doctor Tanner ask®d whether the tx»ns<-nt of Newfo’.i (land hod b-en obtained Pith® i. rroiigciiient between Fug land aud Franca liefer® th® iiegittinng <u th® fl-hing ea-on. Si - J ai no Ferguson said th® iiiodu vivendi I'*t/i not been received in Newfoundland when t h“ government »a.-t heard from tiler® officially. Th® la-t question, be said, might Lw 1-dl U) th® Newfoundland legislatura to de-(id®.    ________ Tl>« I 7-tr He port®. I III. I/>Ndon, A|»riI 2.—Thh Telegraph'# cor-r®*isui-tent at St. Tetersburg nay* the czar ha- been taken soddenly ill. !ill MISOS. filltl I .Mille-, I' lmuii'lctte N(‘W lot fgfilii's Cd TSI't (’oVTfit only 25 o«>ntp. Now lot of on na (Ytt toii. ii if J >*»|»ii I ,ii Mud. New Lilt Tnt dp < >11 2d i‘t8 p(*r yard. < lid Ii, Dilly New SeJf-ridinir I!oi*8fN New lot of the ris Corsets ain) ‘lii's, Missi-8 anil ••nil see thi-ni. celebrant! Whish, for < 'Inldren I* i»r-Lni-Ottll Ni*\v 1d{ Men's anil Hoys’ h'lan-ni'IIele SI ii ria, only ST cents. New lot Men s and Bovs’ Net k-Iifs, only ‘23 ei'nts. v < ’11iI<In*lI’s »Scli(Jol Shiti*8. I he ga im* of Nelly Blv Around (Iii* W'orld. only 3S cts. ERIE STORE. ^ THt ^ FlNESf WOODWORK Xfef AffAeHMEHf*! NfWHOMf $(WING MACHINA (V OflANGC MAM rJTcA0°- 2B UNION SQUARE NY CM,£>    ^ at i.anta ^    T*cum ST LOUIS MO fJil.'mrjq M WI DAI LASTfy M. VANDEVELDE. 45 E. Thin! afreet. DUNKIRK, N. Y CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., I Ihm just rei'i i veil :t filii 11ti• • of PII ft I L rn Overcoat; and Trowing: Kipial to any in tin* city ■anil at pric«3B AI *11 in t lint will pay him befoi. purchasing. s* -e (; lf LADIES! lf you a I »!f wa * nu easy anil coni furl-aho . with u heavv*«olc. * rn one thai will CCJ) your fret «Iry anil warm, £i*f a pair of I). A i inst roilj? dr Co’s Hand V\ ell, cormnon se it sc 8 Ii oo A. They will jiloaic you.—— SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I H Conine Street. Paints, Oils, Wall Paper at VI onroe s. ;