Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 5, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer April 5, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 5, 1890, Dunkirk, New York ) villi! f| vol., xx DUNKIRK, v. V.. SHTRDW. A PR II.:*, im. NO. It. B REP RESENT A TI USINfiSS HOUSEL ll itf llTAtyi % HUtKL, i    UtU-«,    ti    ,** r Ut. ^i»m »n*l B*j s ii nit stable to <*A.*n*-*-ti«*n Victor tinter, JST ami “BT Lf *a street. i OTI BA Kit KH "UMP V    Cho*.    N >* Ie, Prop.. Lader Lake -hor* National Bank. «m Center ani Third atlee ca. A tine at**- k a racwini aal Do mealie lgars. a HJN RIJN A %4>N, .'Bi' center airest, rTKBral hora*—bori#. **mz iffier attent, ea**’ to in ter (en nit horses, s beets g of re# ca * lr tim# horses a •(•fci.aJty. D CX KUCK tVEX|V:i OBSERVER. l-.vrge*i L*a.iy ta t. « ( at*. An tiaaq ©ailed advertising medium. I 11 Mal UK KNlilN F HKIX. COMP.i.M. I "    I-    ortof -*#,.*: w A i Manufacturer* of kngio#*, Uuui>r», Pi. baya mail.ag Ha:.,    -i,    *. fan. . ti. ^aatcfs, anti Marilla*1 Hora uj .-rier. I |lMtlhk -ll I KT LO, . J a lr' vruinweiJ” and "Duuairk ’ jer:e«:t - dtt.i.. >r*a» "shirt*, cm aas* in att tend in# fRrai*biiig loth.nu and try g< «**!* ii fan* s .u Dunkirk. I I E. TOOM ti, [ I.    la    and Lit I . •cr re Liea.er in Hour, I©**!, ait, Ba, cl Hay, rh* tate), etc. Eat*    IFT*. Ca Depoe Easy acts* lea* ho'mea. Beat a**?' wnii [ ravein •*. J.dia J. Murphy, Prop, ii. tm.na an*! bu»-iatj.'us {or ut® MIK.- A * ie. *j    .    ,    . r I' *r : ■*•••*    * E.ne Furaiutre, Cabinet H'are aud I> Dii’er q|. P.vt.ire F ram* ? -nu ’ i ut. ' n von t * t a i < > SM Central Ara . •a vers of I a«.-’<'*» an*t Ueotkmtu • maltier* | ARkLl MTK IM HEATlMi CO, anufacturero of -team Heating Apparail Sanitary Plum .na a Specialty OME iTFAH I A CX DBY. Ttir ST*e* .ait.****:    Fin*    I1-    .    *    • ; Cuff*. *<?, aa*i Lave C arta us. Free Debt y. AW cum ai. z«*. *>T • - lier r*<-t I IL OK HH. K. Third ac, cor of Uuifulo in ai s*:tur»T i i«-u *T Flu- it-- • » -    -    - I~KNK% WtlI.r.Hs M W -TOKK. i J K AMA Saaka.-tatotnerv. Musical la* "ament', ii a/.    -    '    •    *    ii* 4 every tai rg pert* a; ag u first    «» ire. -> iMi I .•»**.- a - OB TBIMTIXO of every *k*scrt j*t;*>i» and .ii lour eat living rate* by I m n kl rk Pn ii ti n ut c om pa a y, 8 and IU t. sworn. I SL H T AX Bt Kl > A NON, f re I f* At'Tid* al and tseuera. InsuratJt lh-a ut Bea. E-Lite    and Loons.    Par. iou tai a&ea ft <l P- :iu-    ’ we of    .-r >'«    ny    *    “ '■ rent* Ac. HU Center ac. 'iud tour. I ON KOK - PH CUM Al \ JOO Central avenue al qua rte.-:-# for Wa fsi**r P t , ) • * CKK I NX J. W, RJI* (.enter att ,**l fan :?ac: ;r**r i.    -a    <    . u    -. idle*, collars, Trunks,VI h    p*, h    i t    *    |.    >£*•-. re Covers c»!*>ve*. Mittens un - . ah b SCHOLTES. ,    17    Ca*! Third -iron, mtonabie Ta; or. »»*;.; <--i t a fi..d t a ir advantage th roll on bm? before par* na n. ‘where. B. L AKY A CO.. ,    Pi!    I..-on street. sueraJ Hardware,rf Ante? Leo* 1,011 a. Pm ruer ode*, oil c Vol ha. ti rat u- w are. A speriai ftthai ■■ "Id ame Pa "land Mn roe ran ut* CLIN Ii, such aa blank-bonks, ledger#, and ’ i i kind.* a1 bumks done at Dunkirk Fria ring Company, s and .0 E. -e*-nud -t A TCHEN. J EITEL KY. At Buy the Aurora Bai im* I Waieh. Repair’ag a specialty. Frank F. Stapf. » F. Third at X SI OC KL KIL Merchant Tli-v. 116 Centra* A vets n** PKoKE.-nION IL. T. ROLPH. M D., Ph*. i ’m and -’ta*, a ■ over I.J n’a Drug st.-re. Ii vet 'en*--. Cen lr a1 I 7-Vpbone No. §, Calla mav ^ left 41 I ».*r,*». HORRIBLE mcrdehs. INO" HER SERIES OE 9LOO0-CUROLING CRIMES IN KANSAS. OF DUNKIRK Knew itll.ink machine for . aiCkmda af blank* u the lated a-iditn** f-he MeehanieaS IVpartment of . ja. DuakirkfPnntinir*' oius>anv LEVANDER'* Coal a .-id Wu.»*i Yar»t, 7 Central A venae, opposite Nickel Plat* ^epoA All rr» le« of liar ! an I -oft < <•« A *4| Lr-abear. * a* e* sc i l.a* t. Ere. leliv    Corrwip*’n    >    ce    for wtidesale lot solid te*L nK. GirroKil, JESS an i *3S Central Ave • Am a aw rtMMl.ni ii pin r I natantaajMM* Photograph* of llab.ea a epeetslty. -dter aped sot wilt for a* bk hi ae except f*" mt lea I > DO It BIN DEK V—J a a It* UviMi IT I pnetor, No. hi IL 8scoa*l strweA, neat Bai fain atrtret, Dunkirk, X. Y. Bagatine*, M we, Pampnk-u, rh bound in a -if Ie*. < •rd — t>rorc; tty a?u-n Je*i to AH work guarantee ’ CKI HEK- I lit HK KRY HOt-E, Ar* Central Avenue. Whwienab* and retail dealer m Is portad an* kaotie I hi nx Diana ware, Be. E«V>fence that Pwiata ta a (Asia af Atma. I ti aa Kl val ing TA«xm> af the Famous Bender Family— An Hid Well that C on* real* Nome Awful Nae ret*—Tit# Murderer Caught Red Handed ATWOOD. Kau . April ft.—Jnd^e Bertram tm* sen bet n a* I (ira-'t* a (^hiehooi to fifty years ta the peru iou t^s-ry far murder. Chia-bord ut about thirty year* >el ami will probably not serve hi* ti aw jut. Th# crime of wfetcfe he wan MinvK'tei was p* isorjmg hi* youag**r brother, J • »a*ph. la-t D***'em ber ^tran/e to say, although there was proof posit 1 va of nitre, home in the dead man * atonia* h. and e- erv cirruaaataaoa pmntedi to Gre-ui?i as the murderer. the jury returned a verdi‘*t of mar der in the *e**ond •k-^ree. a*i| itttiug Mm. 1 ’hleboni. Om iui wife, who was indi ted w 'h him. The judge, however, made aincrnD for the jury* a*’turn fiy pr M’WHtt'ing a am tao *• that virtuAlly its to life mf«ri<on n<*nf be evidenra of CMdordY neighbor* ie e* . •*!. the pow* rung of J-eepfa * "hle-ra* ti,.* ’a-t of a ame- of itiur'ktr* that * : *r* t win prove a* hoer ibis as th# !^-nd**r crurwe that were eg-tn 8ab*th county, Kan , in 1873, b bur U live! nu * daiaa that wa* or-r a tt!***! bv Mr Shaw wImj mvster malf !u>; jMBni. E'.Tdenoe iniii< ate*i that he wa* on rh* rad far hi- wummj ami hi* holy thrown into an akuduiml w«0 on the **iii-vi*Ie " not far tnnn the "haw .lug-wit After ba Chi »bor i-. consiating of a man and and ti w ~ f which Gra. mn *i< the oldest t*<**k the r ain, In th# roum* of ti'ne Mn. (Ttlsdvjrii >iie*i rn v-tari*maty and a* r pia*e of burial wa# never know*. The event s- aen*ned combat. but *he people wmel to be afra.ii «)f the Ckdeburdb ami it wk* never investigated It tit* geii'*railv bel is yogi, h* wever. ’hat she »»> uiunlered and h-r boily thrown ,.nt« the well Later the old man lied suddeniv and tile neigbhom again aua pe**te*i p> wt'ning The- was foilaweil by a I! pi Mel Th*- < igma aw; his -h • •bai May dtsu anet 1 Imjrial in t»>e weld Thw 'T".me wa* ♦*1 to Oraria* Cblahord ami his wif*. A few month* Later *>ae of the brother* * ireland Cirwiaa -anl that he ha*! ii Nebraska, but the boy never came and it is supposed the well received sr victim. Last December young Rob* is poisoned and the naardermr wa* ie-*v a party of ne.ihls^ri who met in. with the hodv of the boy on ha :**r making straight for the old we.L tie we* arrested and toe murder proved. An **i? *rt 'tits t*—n rn ai ic to have the county iijmm.s nn-n dig out the oh! w,elL now nearer ! un. *' en* m^oof of ail thaw horror- sa uk«ly to appear THE senate COMMITTEE Pi««iiM*« the Ro*** Barid'* Fair Informatien W anted. BHL W ash is fair c- -sr. n and br an fair bill a* The bill tee. and a afer- H'-o and Dam-ft uan ..a1 p stroctad t.< m**nt then adj®* A meeti dir**t: tiv ai wa- April A—The special world** >f the senate met ve-terday <s>n-i*ien»tteJc of the world'* -ad the ’n*mse Lm uaaad rn the full oomcnit-ecomm:ttM, consulting af s*»n-. Hawk*y, Wilson «*f low*, (imy •a- appall ta* I to examine ihe iou f%t th# bill. It was alan in-rndder the amount the govern-c*>ntnV*ute. The committee ti ell unt.l Thursday next : **f the mb-coaMnit«M was beld r the meeting of the full committee Mr Farwell appeared before the mb-committa* and -aid that he would like to 1 know wh it further guam;Hee the *ub-OQtB-mittve n*-e*iod of the jrrnitannm <>f the sub-jrriptions to the fund. Mr H is*-oi*k said that the committee would like to ha? e a copy of ’b~ act of mcorpora->f the fair aesneiatnm . the names <>f the t«*r-; th*- name. f those whu have sub- . '-I the largest)    amas    >hi    the list; -rd', -* wh- * ha re -iii ** r: • el I* -a f!db. h nasnbor 'if tdboat -h1 have st wean I KW tad ft.'*** em'h. the the tmfajii'e of the money, 1 * twen done under it; anti finally from reliable persons as to the f the nubiirriptit -na iwwdraMv rejegrat-hed a* forward this tnf**rmaUon e cia ran tee to be signed Odell. D*me ami Dexter i*m tiire* the un T ha r, -;,l -cr plan f ami w a guai GENE°AL FORLiSN NEW^. Na ai** roil* Run m frets NC Pvtarshaeg lh* Ta r*a»* Tsettaa. LowunN, April 5.—Th* ahealute ar**r#cy thvrvMl by the antherine# at Ha. ?*•’< i Heirg m rwigsrd to the oomi; ti- -a of the carr has left Die way clear fora ft* • d af rn mar* of th# mod diversified and ta many - awe* tha a»*> irupr* iatbla chararter    ooly a* secrecy maintained in th* matter of permitting rm~ f»r’e to go *1 rad. but the sam# dagr**# of popular ignoranca concerning his majeaty prevail* In Bt. Petersburg whir* th# people ara even fnrbi*i*ian to :ndn!g» rn pa vim ape* -ulate a rn the subject. It ta permitted ta is** known, however, that intense »x rt**a«etjt sa ;*t* m the Pal—inn capital and twat it is an the fcKfWM*. T lie cl*sung of the i*t varsities , has swelled the p*>pular di^vaitent hy tha reaiizatioc that su -h act s en has practn wiiy rumej the future areen of young men, wha by the d**prj, ari*m of the ansumg year’* ct>ur** m the uaatitaA*sa* fr*ai aaehthey are -1 arrni. a* J be «?r>ipeHed ie devtite thrwwelvas ta other pur-u t-. lf ic* ic***i t.fc**ir tmitf-ml lew un* dn*B a* t lead them into dai cerous path-. Diacontent en this account has spread among hundred.- of tjhouawad* who w«>ukl othmtta he «5r>n tent to let things drift a tong in the aid { way. A* if to divert popular opinion fro n th# mise' tie*! -tate of alfa rn at h**nae. im Novo# V rem va urge* thai in* -re a Wen ti n ta pai*i by the government to affmrs rn Afghanistan ami In*La ami warns the government to beware of British intngusa in the fonwer tai -Hts*ry. which it btiieva* ars already va pr* -gr*nm. A NI \saTI«iV\L Ft BUC aTIOK The Primrose league is about to publish in pampfclet form. for distribution as aa election d cun? -*jt. the *!*-**•-a rvcanWy de!;ver»d by Sir William T. Marri*>tt, CowMtrvaWva member of parliament far Brigham, an thr report af the Parnell •-©nunasuaa. la this address. wl-Hk is bv all .olds the a»*ar offensive Tory u Derange *n the subjact vat ma* ie. Sir W ill lam asaer’cii that the ra^-ort rn a direct oonv-jcrvn of ’he accu e*i mvniber** of all the criminal charges made against them and tank the ground that the government having a<-espied the raport mast ne*wa-sitnly punish tile culpries. As the action *>f the Primro-e leag’.e in puididnwg the report ta *wpaivalent to an cfi?, ut! ; sd rvimnt of th# speech, Ntn**e its i an anc# fr*.i*i such a sour*e must t>bviiui>!y have receiv«*d mi materia I sanction, there is mu- h iud. rnatum in Libber a1 circles at what is regarded in that quarter rn a contemptible ad. u*JKH.l.% rwi.vx The afta* hes <jf rh*- Z*n» were in a flutter yesterday over the birth af twins to the female gorilla, wh©**- ebullition* af had tem-••«er are a c n-raai n * was e to rh<we who are ouai|ellad to attend her. The chief imp*-r-taic'e -which attach*** to th* arr'val *>f sh*-se bi ie* ite* beasts is the fact that they are rum ftiwt of their vpe*-ie* aver born in Eagle* L THE IT ALIA.V GOVXRXYnC.VT DI.-1. ICB KB Th** ann* un**eii in ten ti on of the uaampbved w«,rkingmeu of Rome to join in proi eaa.ati and march through the priiM'ipaJ tbopjugh-fare* on April Id greatly disturb* the gev-enim nr. aimedy harasaed hy virnia! baak-ruptcy ami exasperstmg foreign oomph* a-ti« us. Premier CTMI* ha- held et Vera I i’onferences with hi* colleague# ok tha subject and a* a result has ordered that the mill ta rv supprew* Ihe demim-trat* n The leader- if th** nj* veiner.t are undaunted, however. a:«* declare 'oat the will para*is though the et.-Ur- Italian army op^tr*»e tliem. The Servian regency ha* astabiiihed ’he Hate comd . ami will hereafter assume the tun* UoQa of that body Thev Whipped the < tar’s Re presea ta ti ve. St Petersburg-, April 3. — The ^.easaata of the government *»f R azan, in* ensed by the continued fi ifgiugv to wu.ch ’Lev have beer, iadaKriBiaatdj subje-ted by th* di*m**t <’hief. Nor Dtvonoff. have r*.-ta Hated by atta »mg that off*. *al ami a*tmir -rermg t* Kin a sever* whipping with his own instrument of t**rture. The police e-saved to rescue Nor Div.-u* ff and were *t*>ned for their yams and <ir. *n fr n tee M an# " he * liar was devp v j-a..,* ,i at rw-in g the new - of the summary treatment of his repress©tall ^v« FOR RECll’KOClTY. REV EW OF TRADE. A TREATY ANICH WO J LO PRACTh GALLY VIE AN * FREE WOOL. !Cf* Com. w. A rretarr 11. Aine said ta H its % tread» C***iA<ilted With lh* Paw- 4uierxan l>*-l i*5 »f*>« K-etrfilnf the Scheme — Th* Prertident Will Pr- ’ably Ret oolaiend It in Ha Nett Annual Hf**i;* W ashrvGTov, April \ —The publication of dh scheme for developing re**;prob ity with Si u’h Y:i>en*-an coentnaa, as a result of rue paw-Amancwa ruRgraa* whveh has lean m New i *n in Wash I .gt-un durir.g ’ bs poet winter Ba* pre* imitated tan? rev via ti* in <rf a plan w hi a is Bow in*uig talked of rn the ho*i sa and -enate bv whi* h the mr-A mer’., "an congee#* is ho sci ve >ue of the chief iifflcnl-ties of th* Re/ul licmn party in ’’he «.!iacuttAMi of the tariff q uste-n. Th# Anwrt*-an .i*-le- Na Laager Yay liuoaeial UaCaiMums > av arabis Reparta tut. April 5.—R. G Dun A review af trade my*: “7 Le fi st i^c.ortr-r of th# year ha* passed with* at the financial iLaturbancw which ■may -a* rvi-,m to fear. with fewer failune titan ,n the -a, ne quarter 'if loot year and inis.ier iwtbiisties by U tar **e»it. with a orger r»ilr*a.l tea nags than in the -tame piaster rf any previ.wtN rcor. ase! with large parnmtM than areg through fcotnkerv' H«-aring h* ouuide of New York. Foreign trel** aas teen heavier than aver for the ■arm, and *!*-m*- tie congasiptioo, while mack Niuailcr tnan u mal in coal. in woolens and heavy w ter glads, has twen at the max. .ii in near Iv ad other lines. The new quarter begins a ita no apprehension -if sncnetary di.!i* nBy. with the general level of pn* *w rs-"'»r a; from the 'lapreas on of ■ I with -a, us «f imprwvement m GDV. HILL SIGNS THE BILL EZE*. IC IS STORE HE AFFIXES HIS NAME TO THE COR RU°T PRACTICES ACT. The Weavure. He Hi*, IlIuNirate* What Eve* Bent Iegi«lation I* l'<*e«ible Where the Leg* Hat Iva aud I Seca* i va Department* !><> h«f ( la*h — via* PtMnU in Which the Biti Ie Deficient. NEW ARRIVALS —Governor Hill ha* prod;, e ’ act. He also harter of the Fefcri mn gate* *• t men*-ail* far a** fen! treaty w* The reaui ae a the ’ h r J r # MH B uigT tim i his w hat revjiti' kl meet at the ha; ai tiemg ait- wathei , - •rorny enate e. fir.* I neequ**0'** the Kepi*bii«-an nierrif'ers of »;ri meam iv*mmittee before hamitic bili prepared by them. r“**t«-red the wbi -fa the* rad originally screed to h the New England hi ’h*-m to r*-tti«>ve KWtin*-e»i it baa been i*» New England Rc-e for it in its present tun shown by a ma- i asanv ( failure J tar-tig i Hie el I ment i ‘ ria?* bee nil id a -u^h tha tn.'iti.auon recurrence af j and manufac- Albavt. Apr,! ugne*i the “corrupt at»pr^ ved «n art to n*\ we the <nty of Bingham*,rn. With hi* u^n ’ore, the govarnor flied the following memoranda; Tbw hill i* generally known aa the -'Corrupt Prwtnv"'” a* t It iSiiwtrare'' what ex-•ellent legisiati ’ii in peas! Ie where a uricer* t-ff rt t*» Nerve tin' pttbl.c giwxi sh fnanifcstetl, rather than mer *iy a desire to eniviarra*i the Bd\> New New IDI md Ijdie* Flannelette BIouf^i. Corset Covers, only 25 centa. lot of the popular Madonna Cotton. New Lot Table (bl Cloth, only 23 eta. per yard. New Self-riding Horses. lot of the celebrated Ferris Corsets and Waists, for Lh- New wrsrua ml kl renew e*i attention tv> ex'-*iitive Th*- principal pr >v’N;.'ns of the « kwg ■ re.litN rn that *iepart' ti.-iusafil Ntrain to which it fed bv a -su ->'»-**:< n af tw© int iu }H*i a on HMN but wli man) ber*« had ter-ua Sin*a th- bill wa* a* freelv pradicted that publican* wouid net v form, mad the cwnrs*;, toriiy *if the ways ar, I meal create*! »urpr;.**i It now deveJ.-.peN that -lea me* I *..»i unofficial auth ll.K. staruimg has whu'h th*- i i far aa * nt i in ;th Mr bi* he request •*** has un he onder- dep •tail ate a tn-a: tine Repub count ne* w| a treaty I The tr*at. w it h: •een had let.’ a* 'De re*I ii* *t f til* e*nt will re* * •mmeud ta the sen->f r*»*’ipD>*M’y with the Argen-c an*l other Sooth American < h ma v w i*.h to r*—g"tiate such fact st ta not at all certain that th tha Argentine Republic may . Lr bv VI—.sr*. The sub-*'* well *age Wwvti# futxn<>*8rn ne^s* ami vt- 4ems petrihv in R* State* revenge r Itefcreyi g van. being ma* ie d* them ami the pe< give* tie* gov* nee ami Si* lUmi ■*-e then a*li*.*ume*L rnm N(iof<*hiD*r«. ICv    April 3 — lawlewe * have agn.n mad# their ap san county. The Unite*! leu ma-ie a raid a week ago. *:n stills, ami th ng^ are now •de*! v oar*Hitftotable for • de v ho ire thought to have rnmeit information. Fob * rn bosfa Thursday by k»rt Bum ga Hoer ami i«>t in a fight. Georg# wa# abo* yesterday rt» va# Nish wha ked nded. 5ela*<n Egan ,»*^lav ami was shot. snot irons w n man F rtBlLFU MOLDEN ti ti J cor. Th nj aud B “    -    *», sa.*- r    ic    lirviiite, Mar    ,    Fla, ag an*5 i ■ I.ax    -i    «. Cs . ■ v ■:    #    be. .v . av - •*,tie-walk. I**LH fit*’ 7 and j East Fn*nt six ae L W hisky, W nH, Bran-Los. wu.era Liqu*w at* re fur Fiji y Cae JHCRT * KAI Li*»u street, Bear the ie petard ag,    ."ale, f**e«i ai    l    Livery Auth'- ling    by    the day or -»<*ek    iq reaeon*..a LO- JI J. UfFFOKIl, t i v' stair* , oeiu-ra. laauran**# *n<l fica! Estate bl Fire, Life, Accident, and Live hto* s trance. Prompt .«• -at •• - - n L. • ;> sailing riea' Es ta it x JOS EA. 75 E. Tin rd sL, cor I Her. reiaior Meat Market. Ereah, Salt an id Mute. I^ri. "it: age*, irystem an Papular F’e.-tl«*« of *» na;<>r«. W thai VGT* > v April St. — Henreeentative HoudersQQ cf low* introduced rn th# hou» loafer11 Ay a jom* moiwtioe pr<'p*-sing an Mr em Iv ut t-> the ooaetituti<'Mi providing for lh > elect, n of a*uby qualified voters of the tttat#*- Th*' re*** .im *n wa* referred to the ju U :ary committee Ab* -ut a d* zen ■Kit re** intMMW have been mtro*inc«d tha a-*.-*©- n Iii# jttdicaiT cern m it tee has re-fcrre*i tketn to a **ub-commitatt w»fh iattruc- tii#i5 Ic np*‘rt a nu -titate, aud it tt)pr* *tiabl# Chat tile -uh-*- m rn t*-e will be heard from at Em In Has Re. on*,, a **•» t|» Ca mo. April 5.—Eniia ha* not written a -•ingle line tv* Stanley or to Barite since the two expl*»rers arri’.'*-! ar Bagarnoyo. Htamev #r fee**, regret sad **i.rr nse that Emm did md i-'W to Cairo ar,*I pay h,s re#pe -ta to the khedive, ami suiqpee* that his reaw.n wa* that he wav unable from hi* long abient*• in the :nten**r **f Africa to adapt himaelf ta ••iv uioed life Evt»li»**iv** on the Paloee nroqudv St Pn EKB i'Rfi. April 5.—The pol. v* ar (ratA'hina have dtsrovere.1 explasiv w on the gr< *umi« of the peJace The imperial fam-.iv have siamiontd their departure and wJu finish th# Lenten va- ii here. 5=>CRt N j MATTfcRS. CiifniB Koeva New York. April ’»—Thera wa* a very- fair attendance at the Clifton rara track v-*T-r»lay oonmdaritif:    th#    state    of    the w»a'ber The track w*** verv sloppy. F-rst ntea, furlongs Mm Olive first. Ten K*x.*,h second. Leaioin# H tiuDl. tune. | s*"i nd race. H mil*: Waterloo first, Addle T *nd. Austrai.n i third; time. 1,-flSq. Third ra*#. 7-j furloogs:    Mi bel G>nr first. Pn-*ugai ascon I. Monsoon third . tim*-. • tie handicap, I I-lfi u'ucgte* secottei. Spar- F-Mirth race, th Buies Siineek first im* thir'i time, i:-V‘ Fifth race. I ^ rn.ire Gen. Con I* ai first Bela second. Darling third; time. 2 -4b-4 Sixth race, fi furl«*»ig<: The*Ta first, St John second, Gk»ter thin! tuna. I ‘Jfi the n*xf which tai. the full •ie lav. commit! IN mr**. ■*. — First rare yester ir*t» Pa*'k Horas lee- p Mf S5E Tribene 1 city of DeW itt mac eyetowe 'fr II Util* . Apr r « r ion#. S. —A special to The Hinton. Iowa. say?: The hr tie iowa. ha*! a instil but geg-m the ami tit wa! TV nr# lay rh was but a rn*I or two in width, but several buildings were d-moi -heil, others un roofe* I and Stele warks tran-mlanted. A cun-ons feature wa- the rramer'lanting of a heavif p*^rcb fn»m the front to the rear of a residence kno king oft a cc-iunev rn trau.-it. No Vina vt? injnreL Fr>jarty ii mw heavy CLcqni *t first. Re-Giri third. tune. Xew Oei*-»< Ngw Okuiavs Apr.! day. ^ mile; Bdhvo i and, Lu* aile third, tune, I S***ron*i rare, mLa: gar*i.e«w seixjtni. Hou-oW l.-Ofi’t. I bird race, fl fu *:• ngs: CoL Cox fir-t. T m Kari *a*n>od. S* ***i Surer third, time. I 2i> 4. Fourth r?w?e, I mile. John Moms first. Billy Puikerton second. Buckler third fame I T r K*«l New Tok*. want Albany suicide ve«*ferday to Ni-ar* H**r Loftc. April •>.—Edna Carr. a wav-:ri of .*11. pr“teniie*i ta attempt writing her lover % IHI#! ie Lu on BwabalL New Yuok. Yi»nl 5.—At the meeting of the An; sr*-ur A th. ti*- un, n la*t night the committee tm Imnahai Ann-'un*#*! the following teams enter# I far the '-"amptooidi.p. Manhattan. New York, B#rkriy, New Jer sey. B* o-L-i! Detrt'it and Mddugou. that she would k.J herself The ilocfa^rs at the h< spital told the r ung man that she hod only swail* >wed adored eclogue water She will be well enoi rh Ut af paor rn cont tc-dfiy to explain thiuga Parse for a Prise Fight. N*w Yore, April .1—The Police Gazette ha* receive)i a cal [errata from the Ormond# dub of Lond- n. offering a #•.!.**»> putN# for a et rn tent between Nunc W ailace. featherweight champion, and Georg# Dix JO for the cham ptunadnp of the world. Passers List to «TaiL Waterbury, C-mn. April A—Arch Pow en, the inhuman father and husband, arrested Thursday night, vt* sentenced y**>t#r-day to 1*5 days in th# county jail at New Haven. H.n wife has bean removed to tbs of the Indianapolis and Chicago teams, rn h-ifsuT-*.; j« town farm.    outfielder    for    th*    Busto*    League    ’-nm I    -    w §ullivae CI awl ta Beat ob Bovrofi. April 5.—Pres!-ient Sofia boa signed Martin Sullivan of Lowell, formerly n*it nave n#g"tiaf"Ni i**f ire this an*! that it to ri* » ready for transmittal to th# senate whenever Mr Bia.ue may i'onani#r tn# **ui>-j#*-t ri[>e. Nvw E biacid 'ivngr*****men av that th# negotiation and ratificatioe f sn* h a treats s<>u d i<# a complete offset to tim duty whi< h has bean pia*#*i f*u hi*!#- in th# McKinley hill, that it wouldm#anpractically free wool Lidding an-mber* .f tin- #*na’# ootnmitte# on flu a ive faef*r# vhura th.> prapmitMO wa? M’tsry market work steadt. money market is no longer a centre rr#n.*n*-,*‘a liat-s her# have teen about • r~ji*iv it 4 p#r **eet. on cali. F-*r**ign #x-hai is a tr i»* -ti ;? vr Ni» still ©aly a -tea-lr a1 HJV# far and new-, from in*>n#tary eutre* iii! a,l I- if" Hwaiiv favonstde. M re-'w*»r. retum- of i-'xaiuer e indicate c -vffl-- t-r- t* ex we of export# over import* rn Mir a. Toe money market# of the ulterior sr*- rn r# -^»r,st actory “The ’a.'ui>"of a w*vd#n Nim rn lesion house Lore and a rn* nu.’ actu ring establishment in lVnusytraaia '•ame ju t when there were -LrriN ,.f % i>-r - r demaad for wool. at Baston. . re and at RL ,uima. On the large snl**s • r e—    m.tde.    but    th#    manufa*" ti.r#rs r#a-    n    mat pending    tar.ff    bill ' * A pr ‘*    •    v    prevent -a!*# f the    new clip at ■* i»er .    i    nt ra*eN. while it may    give *.h*-m a lie: ter    inorxet for gooiia. -•orts cf *. tot and Nh*e aiel leather ’n*M> i v «i# near.y ail favorable, hut strong . .> ?,.• a ' in** • rojN -*d duty on hit ie*. “in the iron bnataeas it is now adniitt#*! that th# 'teniand for t e post. quarter hasbeen and at rscetiing prn-es INTKRiOR BKH'RTS. rts >( trade from interior mtiee are v* fav*.rai l#. New Orleans notes the j si that veer welfare, however, “R#r 4*n#ra leaser: n laid by a r#prraei;*ativ# o se, I that ,f s^rmi Lj it wiver all the abjection bill which ixiuid p*wmo1 New England people. The peU'iencv of rh*s p •rcouiits f ir the quiet atfatudi E.-.z- xii*I ineiu’ers and f«'r ti.** Mr M*'Kini#v and h - c I Vague lh# United Press, ald undoubtedly to th# McKinley w raised by the nj*.;Hon r-p-bebly f the New nfldenoa o f irqna: to o >iate and usually fa amrw-'A. r«axr**e,.»n ii Wark. W.USCIOTOR, Apni ■>. —The h HW vester- iay coasidered .md : a-*»#*i five private pension bill* coming over fr- m 'a*t Fruiay night's se*' ion and u -r. went into •'omasittee of the wh***# on the |*r, .ate ca lender The Lh I for the allowance of certain clainss for store# end nu upon* UN#«i by rn# United A ca’-* array nuder th# prtrriai< ns of the Bowman act Win, -ii en*-eii at length, mainly on th# pi nu tis wrier Pending .1- ti ai on the bill the committee reus and the house at 5 p. rn. adjourned. its and ne Mi I* Y Jolly Crwwd. New Y -ri. April 5—Th# Actors' P.a*ebeii club kn >wu a? the Five A's have derided on a very unique a hed'tle for the coming season The regular season will begin on June J The club w ill sa l up the Hudson on the steami>* «t City af A’l-isny, which ha* been chartered fora mouth and plav their fir «t jam# at Newburg After that gpra*" w.l! ie played at Poughkeepet, R u»l*wit. Albany, Troy, Kingston. Gshes, Mkhlietovm, Hudson. Yuukers. Brul ;-pi ~t, N-^w He ven. Meriden. Narrogannett, Asbury Park. Long Bran*'h. Ph I ladehphia (with tn** Rep*rt.*rs club* Germantown. AUaritic City and Cap# Mw T!i I'-tra* an«l gue-rawiH live entirely m th# -teamtwier daring the whole f the journey. The trip u* certain to prove a finale iai asceses a* well a* a jolly jaunt. tate* and COMPULSORY measure were first recommended in acnuai nseM-ug# a v#«r ago. and were incorporated in the [.mein" electoral reform bill Unfortunately for the public when proposed rn the J legislature bv the minority thev were retorted by a party vote. Their enactment was again urged rn my annual message 4 I th# present Tmr and having aiterwari been I meert-d in ibis Nil (Mr Saxton ss they rv-; ce*veil a unaninwHiB vote sn Gith branches of the legislature It thus appears that th# prap*#>m<>n which w*©. rejected when pre-! -en t#it by Mr Luison. >me of the minority, was adapted w hen put forward by Mr Saxton. on# of th# majority. The ra<*t valuable provisions of th# bill aowMtt >»f th# prohiNfon af “political pay envelope*'’—that device tuMvhirh tho»i*au<l» rf workingmen were intflflBhted sn th# re-s»nt pre*uiieiituil el** rift®—aud th# r#*iuir#-iieut that candida?## f<*r alf ofB's** -hall file u:th:n t*-n tayN after ouch elawtioa verified *tateni#uta in detail of their election expense*. in -lefault of whte-h they shall lie teemed guilty of a misiieineanor, and the NijeeeiwfiiJ candidate -hail forfeit his otfi*w iii rat *q>inion this feature of th# hill would I in « iieen conajderaMy Ntren^theneii ha*! the I quo warranto provisions of the Linson bill i been added, by which proceeding* for aust-j lag th# NwcenKfui csmdiiiate ta ca?# of fraud I rn ic nt be hr'Siyfc’’ by the and ids ta receiving j the next hnrheet cumber of votes, without the n#«'e*wity of m previous criminal conviction. provided it app»-are*l that neither the J cont "sting candidate nor di* political agents or committees had use*! any corrupt means to promote hia election. Junes will find a verdict in a civil action, I che effect of which will amt a man from his I JtR'-e. without wilding him to prison, when they woald not convict him of a crime upon the «me ev nienee. This, aa I -aid in my recent an: 1 UA I measage, would encourage pr»we-cutkma ar.*l pin a p rem ins ui*>n honest can-j didacy. In England ihi* feature 1* racnr-led J a? having accomj- .-he*! more for th# purifl-I nation of eh* fauns tha,i atty other reform 1 that has i-**en tried. Th** bill also **nibr»**e» two other material j features. lr mokes criminal offense* of a i iar^e immber of improper practi**#* «ifer*ting th** purity **f election* n*'t tsivered by extol mg Ntafute*, ami contam* defimti*»ns an*! i bi '«u!er de#TiptI' -ns «>f present o(fen*e*. *r> as j betVJ'r to secure their puntobment It also I prowidaa that. any ne mon convicted of hrib-i erv lintier the act shall rn addition to I any other punishment pre** ti be* I therein. bv axcliide-l from the right of suffrage for a peril*! of five years after such conviction.'’ J I hi* is a oew and moat important, provision ! a*,<i mav I*- productive at moat excellent fr#-I -tiit? The bill >* at*-urate in form, amend-! cs. an if !.•##, the penal -“ode which appro-—A H>-rai*l «pe*-ial from prietelv *b*»uld embrwe all legtoiation of this na* 1 j re. Th** who %n a* ti ti ie-, Mi—* - anil Children. Call and see them. New lot Xfon “ ui»I Boy® Flannellete Shirts, only *17 cen ta New lot Men s and Boys Neckties, only 23 cents. Children*'* School Slat»*fi. lh*’ l 11 u * * of Nellv Blv Aronnd the World, only 3> ctn. ERIE STORE. iHhCIAL ANNOUNCEMENT \’OW is the urn# for pluming your frees, and .Isxm it till ie time for fixing your gardens, J irk - ami lawns. Let it ti# done bv an experienced g.'tr*Vner, az*I then call tor Vander-tii*-n »-n Br*rfher’», 'Omer Eagle tnd "eventli steels. Next month we get the finest and rarest rises n hiiii*ir»ds var;et;e- from Holland. Vee weeping rose for funeral plan and oianv new •hraha ami trees, order some of them which we will sell so neap that \ nu must buy airn# of them. STODDART A < O.. Patent AfmrBevs, 613 7th ^ St, Washington, i» C , opp. IT A I*aten’ • fire. Patents, Caveats and He Issues secure*! j Trs'ie Marks register***! All Patent business i nduced for m«»lerat# Fees. Information Vdvic# and special referem es sent ob request * xag aerations of .njary by over-a# actual interruption 'rf distriliu-" urh is -ufficient to be felt at ( 'Her western cities report a •"*» and outlook, •leaiiiiir* generally in ex we of last y**ars trad# to oli-ctions rarely «ati*f.actory, bat r. Chicago grain trade i»ntinue» 'ir#e--"i hev-f sh. ws a fnar-foid meats rn large iiD-reaoe and dry » rain over last year of IO jser far *r of failure* during the first - si was S.29, ogautot -4.311 last I*- led -le*-r#*t**** at the East. the •ti*- Pa* .fie states, but nacreous lie and W'satem star-"*. The ag-, a oui ties was    against    I iA.-r vyar c - failures during the last seven r me United States l“‘i. an*! - 17— tora] JOH, a? 'Nwiipar#*! with I a . F •: the e* rr*";s*:i.Lng week *■-... _ r*«. verv 1-7 in th# United >• in Canada.”’ ,lw is stMlM vho can (urtii'_________________ _____ ’.he busine ss. Span laymen is may be p* alit Buoyed aha, A frw vacancies in imam A CO., loop Mi A MONTH can be made working; for us. Persotis preferred who can furnish a horse aiel givr their wholi one ibiy em j and ci-les B. F. JOHNSON St., R-.crm nd, Va. I '*4jK “ YEE —A tract of land in Maroa '••tin I* t> , Florida, in th# phosphate heil, Larg« or-mail quanutits to suit pur halers Th. Ned on is growing more ramdiy than any nth cr part of Ute -tate, tm is and hotel# are being baiit n*l r iIr*»a»D projected. A g*uHi money iii iking sn vest aie nt. vharies Mann, Elm Park H'X’bcster, N. Y rmon Elders* Book atren*; a, rn*. It crow to mam .A F. & Croa.dk. Mi iraad st. K«# X ark EDUCATION. % Hard Character CHRW v. N Y . April I—T if Friti Cinnamon nethv in New Y >rk man. He wot b* -a father still r»"id«w. ware and Hanisum iv acater and figured in He 1*B"V* fugitiv» town to #vad# arr#** p. *i ii iii# i I t •Ierick 2.a ndour w bai flowed the * a re*.'kies* i ’nnitnoJ ct iNti* v. haiis hi #*rv inmn ram# Aber- D#ta- Ethor- I I* 4*1. I# I il*#l v That it Wi ll Bu* *>m# '•fat# I .»ue tw ll i -roil* I ii. Chicago, April Ma • n, Wa., sais:    The iea*ling Demo -rut- ..f Mad!-sa gan**roii/ have strongly ile-finni vie-an .VU! :>r ntakiiig th# Bennett law aa a i ;e in ti # t -xt state campaign, and vet if it a* matte aa s-sac they will a! moat to i t:..aa i -*» a. t -r 'dc Repttbiicaon. who ar# •*wr>*ai-• rf i it *■ .lactiiient. Mayor M. FL D* to a ti* cabie exoeptiaa. on*! d**N.-lar**s em; nan a > in f«iv.»r of the law and that he wiiJ vote for it. Hx-C* our* -trnan Buxr VV J.^ies wa? in-h.;*-*i U< be cantteMa in his atteranom. “It - T * i e n :t fa.* Talk about such niartera.'' he ©lid, “Id u’L#r -av nothing about it,” Ex-F'-r na-’er Gregory, once Democratic ai'.iciat# I r "Hgrew* in thi» district, and a warm personal friend rf Col. Yuoa. is -I -* -el to u (Slog ti,# law a stat# lsbu# id t-Ma r S. U Pmney. the abient lawyer rn the State, -JI.*i “id 4 Aint tt»e Bennett law made an two#., r* r I art* I seen any Democrat# who | her* I twee ! mea- fnea?ure. so far a# it goes, is un*-UN. and if enforced and nu stain#*! by i tive, vigilant «n*i enlightemwi public t. b sp**bl# of a*'**ompi;iibing N*'tne si .n»l gmmuxe r#forriL If all the **d ref nu blM# pa*##*! bv the legi!*iarure aa carefully an*! h*ineptly frails*! and cafwl a? the on# before me apt ©Hr* to there woald la* less n>n(li.t bs ’i ti.*- lr*zihlarar# ami the execntiv#. The or# is cheerfully approve*!. Davro B Hill. ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchant? Rank Building Inquire of -fa* ob Wirtner *>r Frank Mav. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has junt rid civtbi a full line 4>f V 0 PRING A FAILURE IN THE CITIES. a, •aaa ©•assais vt ••#«<■ It 4*»« -iv rn Mar**h. i*M Ahern-thy wa? im**’vn her# a? a qu'et and pea.-*- ii i# man. His funeral take** piac# from St. Josep h - church to-day. tiOut *»f Pr»»vt«ion*. Hvlifax. April "* —-”rb# (herman «t#«mer Utopia from Metiitarrttman ports* via Gib-ralter. Iswir-i to New York, arrived yesterday short of cai after a stormy peunag# Heavy westeriy gnies an high sen? prevailed all the wav doming a ar-u’bcrly coorw* *h# mor no *«#. P e ha? ftfty-thre# pajwecg#-*: sod th# v-t hu l.vk o« bear*! ha*! been kiil#«i and nearly mil ha*! h<##n use*I when she reacted here she proc*-e*i#d last night Ge*->r # P armer, e*iitor-ia-chtef of th# Mao -ti Den oci aft, exrresnes fear that the ' • tv io VI ii Waukee wouid cause the Demo «*rit -tate conv#nti«m to take up the Bennett law as a state issue. slowly Roasted to D**ath tN J . April A—Mn % B*N5TC>V, 4 j aa*horny a here fur the | • r* atteamahrpa to # an*! forwigw trad tn image I-to .» n. I* mi 'h p *iynd irate. ril 5 —It is rwportsd on goo* yudu ate L** ij#mg organiaed ***♦ ’rf budding twenty iron rag# in general coaat rn is# as aooR as the Farquhar Mad by i mufti w .-■r ant t net!* is co walk si to < N*i •*> acewl* with desert rakeu Carri# 4*> years, woe burne»i to death *n N rtii weak street, this <*ity, ut. The » man ha*! been ill vs an*i wa? visited and ‘-are*! la**1 bow Thursday night by .* I.er red and attempted i i a I her hand, when, he-V ak UWM, die fell and her _;j£ fire a; *! she was slowly roosb-Th- 3 -or was very little burned. v«r=ai (he Laze or knew of the ; I a boy called rn the morning ne wag# Tile woman? husband had t m and the charred remain# very ;he morgue. ig -a V OI, ■ ti Iz ii a hWw d A. un Hill* s gn#*i hy WaftBDOWTO#. April ftgne*! the urg*-m’v d* i bill; an act to ex ten privilege of im madia ti also joint r rn the NL*# >luti-.>tt for the ret ippi valley the Preuiient. •V— The ri>".’ient ha# 'Henry appropriation to Tarn rot. Fla., the transportation law, i of sufferers Held for Murder. Bra-Mxix. Mis* . April5 — Anth'-nv Th’ rr.ms (color*si . who murdered Mas# Let.ria L/ ft.n, rn >nii.u comity. Lt*i a pre .uiiiurv trial at Polkville vOTterdar, an*I was brid for murder. Thomas wa# committed to toe Bran*!* n ja;if or safe keeping. Killed in a Quarrel. J KFT" v Ville. Iud. V t IS.—John Ald- ri-:_ye, a.#d Ifl years and William Gleason. IT, car# rk« empiov**«, had a boyish quarr#! it    - la-, re-;,. ,*ig rn Gleason being -tnt* k < n the head w.th a -sboa" casting rn til# koads of Altin ige. (.iksasrxn died in u.rty ai:nut**s aft*r he was struck Ald-u ;e -va# ar-* -T« d but declines to maze a to - i.cnt. He is a •Tother of Mw Bettie A. ' g# who A M in the arms of George J * ii*-!, ref kw**r, some mouths sine#. Itta Warned bv lh# Whiterap**. So CTR Fram’von va. Mans.. April 5.—Ex State Senat*>r E*i wani J Slattery is in receipt of a letter lr rn the “Whitecap# J Mas-«.-uuj*eit». onienng him to leave the date forthwith or suffer the consequences. A MI me to be Flooded. Sh x VOCI rf. Pa . April 5.—The Cameron mine. with it# *J5 rn.ie# of galleriea, will be flooded, the fire having got hevond control. Damage to ;ue amount of f HJu.utJO and the k#a of a year's time is ta# ra-uiL Wr. Powderly ta New Hamp-hlre. Dovkr. N H_, April 5.—Mr Pow*ier!y ai*Creased a large me# mg here lost night rn Belknap chur h. being repeatedly ap? laude*!. A procwshi.m of flOh workingmen eacorted him from the hotel to the church. Mr. (Tarlton Talk* of the Operant of Prohlbu ion in Iowa W * -*4t Hutto vt, A nnl V—First A -©wtant P*i**Trne-tcr G# era! * ixrics.n of I"wa said in tn aivr vi--a- teat rh# pr xiii ut ion law ho* proved a failure in th** large *’itiee in his state: “It na* bai -wveral year* trial.” be said. “and while it ha? proved an xii nu rn hie law for th# agricultural counties and th# smaller towns, it ha? faded to find the public opinion to enforce itoelf in th# iarger cities and in the counties on til# Musi-Sippi river which ar# iar^#iv set’.«Hi by [wople of European Wi th. It is an own fact that it cannot Vie enf< re*-d in -u*-h localities without a'tat# ccnstaL.iarr. which th# temper of til# [ 'WI r» '*f»l© we; 1*1 never permit. The legi>a*K*n to enfor # it has t-een mn sever# and autocratic aa would ever be perm:’re*! by a free peep?#, “The Republican party has never been unite*! in supp*>rf oi the measure. As many as 54*.*>40 or find**. Rer*«hi»cana hav# been opposed ta it, bat nave srone al* ng with the party, willing to see the experiment tried Now, that it has been tne«! «v«u veers and ha- failed ut part, they insist that the law (haiti be amended so as to gi vv pr*>hibition Uj th# •rf' p*-r -s*nt of lo va whew# pin blk* opinion favor* arui enforce# it, Pit that some other methods of regu-ating sad -nrpressing th* traffic sh' u d be gi ven to th# Ji> per cent of th* #tate **her# #xiwne*M.# showy that it never oui be enforce*!.” Mr t larks**# indorses t]a plan of the Iowa ronferefkcaa 'rf anti-Pr -h bitioo Rep»ihiicana in evervtnmx but its demand for a silent platform, lie believes tfce prosert lesnslature a>wi d .i**<!ify the proa b.tem la va 4 ilr*»x*T IMm mf lyxytoi*. H a Rjusar*©. FJa. A pi-ti 5.—A darfingutahed iookcig Lreijm#! wb*-> registered at th# Bol j Ina houee .ai Whines 'ay as “K- Ider Hhkag,”    j ii*?! in bps rx.ni fio«i af diplex v "un-ut#    ! wa* vt firs* -usfje* tee, but th# physKuana *le- ♦ hied ’ha’ rn *rf bn **i on bn* bra; i cooeed I on K . :-r waatcandonroynarioiaiehortly    j ne Lee runm im! dwsi thr-e boors later H# • on id n* t -peak Eng!*sh and there is nothing    ( about him whi*-fa w nil*! lead t#' identiflcatioa -x -ept, perhar#. ii kckt-t eh 'Hi f*ositAin.s ’be picture# 'rf a woman rn audile life and a wang man <rf -A. Vile stranger wa* about    I 4-’. y-aro of ag# Ha re. na ma are betel await-    j mg identification. th* Cheap Llhroo*. VYaOMIWTOR, April 5.—Th# h*«a#* coat- I •nit tee un pos-offi* es and poet road** has au-th'irifl**! a favorable report on the bill providing that ail pnblications purporting to he Im Favor of Re p# az    {    imued penodr’ally and to *u berri oars, but Du ar .cg, La..    April A—The    Rer-uUicon    which ar# merely Socks mr reprint# rf hooka cit c I*    en'ion    md* rse*l the    Dernoeratie    whether they be uasued c* *mpte»te or in part# a«xnm-es    and adiated a rosolution    rn favor    when offered tor trananusuon by auui shall of I-- ca,    ug the pr sent prohibition    law and    be subject to postage rates for third-class toe ai* vUflD -jf a jU'Lcioua L.onae law. Equal t4> any in thr city, and at priced that will pay you to see him b^foi 7 piircha.Hing.JI ^    ~    • Buffalo, X. V. We have frequent request** by mail for sam pies of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, but we beg to arfk for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or flouncing*, also what width arni some idea of the price. We hfive a stock of ern-broideries that is necoml to none in the country and supe riijr to any in Buffalo. The money value we offer is simply unparalled. There are edgings from f of an inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsojk ami Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different wri< lths of edging ami insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing* in the different widths from IM inches to HO inches. Special ii lies of cambric edges at 5c, life. I 2ic, loc and 25c per yard. Adam, Mkloki New goods for are coming in muslin underwear V A AH Ii K He* 1 #. this season daily. The "t04’k I# complete, als4> tile lineu stock, the C4jttoii sDx'k and the white goods stock. By “complete’1 we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new ar gcrfbls—all the variety that the l^st purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. The Winter stocks are of faring great bargains. Tilers never was a time when you could tra4le here more advantageously. LADIES! If von want rd easy anil comfort-abie aho*, with a heary^sole. one that will am, Meldrum it Anderson DRY GOODS. Carpets and Draperies, Hookrfon*! veal I onery. AMERI' AH BLO* K. 3!#i-40‘i MAIN STREET, blifalo. n. V. aal pH ti;# mui rotted. T'-r of Gleason wa# entirely un- A Ti. p. titer Northern *oei#ty in A rianta. Ta. Ga., April 5.—A N*.<rtbern «t> Baca •*ttHpW rh re lur a*aal pnr- x ing oorroct ideas in '’ate tri'iustrial and i iii,-    AD ut 1430 North s' a. V u*i«*l the preliminary liajr at ta# Chamber of Cua*- o. Penfold Manufartarer end Importer, 3*14 rf AIN ?T Kl EE %Lt), N.JT. DEALER IS Diamonds,    Watches anil Jewelry, 4 l«M-k«, "liverware. Leather o<****!» etc 3X*»* Shipley Out en Bail. Phi’ a de i. rn I a. April 5.—Mww Shipley, the xvQtnc sh- *'lu't#r. wa* r#leaser! on bail yea fist. Oar mg t-1 b-r r**pectaJ>le family !a*’t ruat the -*oi -o ^o**!? have been ii, it to pr rfiabi# tiiat the woman will * j#r*-ute*L an* I worn keep your feet «lry aud warm. j?et a jiair of D Armstroog A Co s Hard Welt, co ai noc Neuse shoes. They will ph ase you.- SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street RSG RA VI .VO, ii GLD 4 SIL VER PLA TISH A COMPLETE LINE OE HOUDA Y GOODS :W4 MAIN ST KH KT, out#mu<# Im*11##* Hotel. $500 REWARD! WE win pay u»e above re war'I for an r <-a*e of Liver 4j<>fnpuuat. Dvipepaia, Sick Headache, Iadlreetioe, « <>D*UpaUuo or Coati reneaa wa <aa cot cur# with West'* Vegetable Liver Pi lie, wbeo the <hreeuon« are atnctiy coiaphed aith. The , are purely Vegetable, and never tai] to glee sa ti afar twin. Soger Coated. Large Do sea. containing k> Pills, aft rooM. Bexrar# of cnao-terfeiU, ao*i isitabooa The rename maau-fv.urrol oniv bv JOHN C. WEST A CO. Boki by MoBaoft,6 P ti arm act. D kirk. rf. T.Cio to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. DO,mLAMP CHIMNEYS*"'*" row CET THE WRONG jSOPT, THE RIGHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TOP*1’** I •Anter b KO' A OAcrfra k C0„ PrTTS8«B«!, M. ;

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Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date: April 5, 1890

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