Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 7, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol . xx.DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY, APRIL 7. im. hefreeestative USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK 4 N4W Kl LIN*. MU HOK f t rulm* A « itfc.nda -d blank* is Ui< la*-: t i l u hr Vtorttamea! Department *»f jp. I •iiakirkJP r.ntinirS* ompanv. 4 LrvikUEK H » ft Bad v\ \ard, ~'.t A Central Avenue. opposite V'Aet imi All rratea of Hard and Sift J***-SS <U Lumber, ‘innif'w and Lath. Ire*" teUT> c«rmi«’n Vi or foe *toime Iou isltattid. HK. (iirroKli. 'SSI ami SIS Central Are |« Arti'L# P hot* <ra plier.    I artar, ta ne* "i- Photographs of liable* a * penalty. sutler* mo! n«»t wa, t fnr sun*hi ne ex«#pt lur •jab ira. HOUK BIMDItKf-jAKIS I*Ytl»«. Pr * pvitfl^r. Mo* iH E.    itwt, wtf Bnf* fain afreet, Dunkirk, N. lf. IftagaxiMa, Mu tic, Pamphlet*. ew*., bound in ai *tr ■#*» lieder prompt, stranded to. Ail w-.rk jrunraarae 1. HIM HKICH I HIH KK.KY HOl 'K, MS Cen Ural Arenae. Whole**!# ami retail -lealee ta I* ported ta i amnestic < tuna, ti teaware, A*-. (IU t ITA I Cfi A Hurt I, j    Rara*,    ti    per    -lay. l.iTtnr ami    suitl*;    in    eniarrtiiw Victor Haler, SH anil IST Lion aineeC CUTI KIKMt.lt SHUI* /    Cha*.    Xa*ie,    Pr-p.. Under Lake shore National Bank, mrnei Ct atar ami Third ttreeto. A floe stock os Foreign ami InunertnM sitar*. * ION KLIN St SOV, ^SS* i enter street. Practical a>r*e-.tncra Parti* oLar •iu,uti‘'D to interfering hor***. shoeing of nm*. »« , trotting horses a specialty. I ff V • .ill .1 AFFAIRS. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN LONDON OVER THE CREWE MURDER. IN KIRK KY SNI NO OBIFIYEK. largest Daily ta U.# en ,ty. An unequalled advertising me. I, nm. v UN K I HK ENOCH K ERI NO COMPANY. J    t "ruer • -se Lew A Pnpeie. Manufacturer* of k.ig ue**, B.->.#r-, Pu. < vs, rafting Hanger*, etc. Patterns. I orgiags, iat.ng», ami Maculae Work to order. )( N KUIK SHIRT etc, -*« 3to * » I - Center 'tre< t. Manufacturers    Urn from welt” an*i “Dunkirk* {•erie. t - btu un rmt# >iurt». <iii in til Umm-Uim* furni»n*a|T# athing ami 'try g*»o*h» b*»u»e* in Dunkirk, w r. toowlv, I.    CM    amt    ISH    Ln*n    street, L*e*i«r in I lour, Pee*!, ait, Baled Hay* I hora iaUM, eh:. Established, I nit RIE HOTEL ant cornu* sit.-rn, Lu ion \ Depot. ka»j acta**" U» a ira. * am! bus-ess noose*. Beet ac oo a. rn* * ta ti * ma for boul em a; I'raveler*. John J. Murphy. Prop. .•HULKS A IO., *A    -*7 an J es U I .. r*l street. fine Fur* lure, Lab) net ^ are and L p-siatenug. Picture Frame* na*Ie to order. ^ ii. vt AirrssiN a co.. * .'Mi < .antra Ave., *a*s«-r» of I aahi»>B ami Gentlemen Outfitters. J A KEI I. STEAM BKATUMl t»C anufa*-lurer* of steam Heating Apparatus-Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. _|OME ITEAM LAl’NDKV. bur specialties:    F    ne    -brt#,    lur; sonars, i; Cuffs, Ic, ami Lara t una sos. Free Delis* ■j. A W Cumming*, 4"7 Center street | K. OF IIM. E Third st, cor. of Buffalo taufaeturer and de* er in I me IV***!# A St'** I ENKE WEILER* NEW 'TO KF. lo * F. Th ml st. H*<ok*. staU*>nery. M i*o-a, In-rumt»u,M.«ao=f«,l»»s:' amit* . ck.. Taper* pi evervtn. r g pertainin g to a first *iass l»*»k ore. sch«s>. Looks a *|k*c.ui lf. Ut PKINTIND of every I* low. et living rates by >ti<*n ami at Dunkirk Printing Company, si ao*i It) E. raeond SU M VAN HI KEN A    '•♦SN, Eire    U    te, ACC! it ut ami item rai    lnsurac rn    D*    al in iteai Estate amt Loans. Par.leu I ar nlion paid Ut the C ire of    Property    cniieet- rent* Ac. lls Osier st., im! floor. ♦ IN ROE’S PH ARMAX V, the Central Avenue *1q oar ut* for Wall Paper Fait I .Od a, Ac. IKkiNS, J. W . JOW center street, an ufact .’.rer and * Irater sn Ha) ness, Saddle*. 4ie*, eolian, Trunk#,* hip*, K< ffaio Itobe*. ■se Cover* blow Mitten.** an*! sleigh Koi-e* SCHOLTES. 17 East Third street, iUtmabie Ta.ase. trenticrocn a < ffmi t u> r advantage U* call o« me inspire purchasing where. ». C ARV A IO, AIS Lion *tre«L nera; Hardware,Whits* I^ad.i>ii»,Pa.nter *t [>P«w tnt Ch ih*, lira*, ie Mare. A •|>eria»-Sherwu. William* Pa.maml Monroe range. L 1.1 NO. such as I lank-lunik*, lesiger*. an*i ail kiu-U of blanks done at Dunkirk P: .ating C«»mpany, a aud IO E. £«c*Mtd st UOLPU MOLDENHAI Ev Cor. Thmi an*l Buff * *tk, a’er in Granite, Mart .* t Flag mg ami ling *u>nc. IMH on na ha buytns at i ie-walk. ULEV A CHL, 7 ami H East Front street. Whisky, Wine*, Brandle*. 'spheral Lot mw "Uire for Fam Jv l ie IBERT M RAV. Lum street, near toe iej*>u arling -Sale, teed ami Livery *tar..« bog by the lay or week on waoaahir rn. rn J GIFFORD. MU Central Ave. IT\ »ta.n* , treuera. insurance and E*'ai EsUU .I | tre. I-tie, Acci.ient. an*) Live stock ramw. Pn»n: pl aUenO«m go *u to hor n* tell,Bg Real Est*la. ION EN. 75 E. Third sc, cor. Deer. *ior Meal Market Freeh. Salt sn Meats. Lax L    •    Asters    an hi, JEWEJLRV. AS'. he Aurora Raiiroa*! WaUrh Be pa, mg a specialty, k W7 5 ta pf, SA E. Third st CICER. Merchant Tailor. * SI* Centra] Avenue PROE EMKION AL T. ROI.PH. M D., PUy-icrin ao*i surgeoa over Lhs i Drug diet*. Rent hence. Central Avenue T aleph we n»k I. (MID mat he Mi at Lvon s. (li*C'»* ai Km t a Paaha's Artiua — (ob-flirting Report* from the Kuwiu Capital—% Man Who VV tut’t ADatd—Prince KUwairk • Oppremiva (diana** — noma 1 Va- hee Trtrk*. laiwrx * April 7.—The popular feeling over the » re we u, order -a-e run* very high, ami there is no other subject bo much talked about. It tn general!v believed that the elder of the two lie vie* brother* will be hanged tm Tuesday <i****)S,t of the euorrmni* «;sa of the I sst I ti on ahi h has lawn forwarded to the quem at Air lash-Bairn for a reprieve The ai tion af H >me Secretary Matthew* rn re pf lev mg the younger lirtg her ha* rn it satne R"«t the nu* rn nnml. nor -mild it be ex is*-ted lo do si .ce the brother* were sspiaUy I 5 tv ii guilty at all The fait that in aetat king their lieu tai father they wee* actu- ! ated by the determination to protect their I m< ther is ’be cir**umstam'e which arouse* ! sib. ic ay rn |'at bv on their Udiaif. and leads 1 man v |w~ j .ie to openly deny that they are guilty of ai. v crime at ail. .As Home secretary Matthew* rn aiment. the queen may possibly grant a reprieve temporarily, until -be ‘-an consult him per- ! wnailv m regard to tile -ase. It is felt that j t * iii.i to- g-si p* i oy on t. e part of the government to yield to public sentiment in | i line matter CHIN'S OIC RUE KugirinJ n a** noting with mu*h in ie rest a fortn :ht go bow the enthasiastn' yuing I kaiser spoke of the English navy and tier- 1 man army fighting side by side Emotion* have cfaa«ge*i a goal deal «iiue. at least here in Engl ad. and very *iisagrwear.U* thing* are ie mg -ani absit the Dennans in general an*i Emin in particular. It la en.-y to understand ami even to share | th:* Pali*inaI f-ehng of disgust at Knun’* leitavior. He say* now that he never desired to tv* rescued, but his letter* are here in L*ani*>u begging not to ie left to die aa Gordon was A who# ago ruer* »w commier-able agrmpathy for Emm. and even rn d spoat-Uon to queMiirfi Stanley * course tu the whole matter, but ti ie is <• ne. »etely dietiebed. and the bmnaa n» n«*w spoken of only at* an ungrateful ruffian upon wliom better men unfortunately wasted much tune, treasure and bt.man life This ;r«-i-ea,se^ the ter.dem-y to look upon Stanley - i-*>k as the real result of the ex-peiiiti. n and will add greatly to the fervor af Stanley * rss-eption b re. This reoepti*»n | indeed bid' fur to partake largely of the nature of an anti I german demonstration, and many thing> are expectevi to be said which will provi se cooinem between Berlin and Lurufton. Tb*-r>- has all along been much in- i (Ugnatkm here at the behavior of the tier- [ man* in East Africa, ar.*! these new territorial pret.cn*!*at* which Kudu is turning iiack to help Ma J. W .mnmnn enfortw will be derat]• ooatMltssl bv the English. There .a really a gp-at deal of danger of a rupture let •» *eii •he two •-mintn*— about this issue THE rtiak DASH!ER llu« h n* ise is teiug made bv the student# in St, Petersburg. Moscow, and other large towns in Rus-ia The youngster* have pluck- ! tty protested against the Latest revealed j Siberian h -Tor*, and against the natl tinned ‘ Lnterteren e arni tv ran ny of the government < officials rn ‘sJl-ge :'ianagement. Many of t them have |#s-n rust -ated. aud not a few. including e-vi-rnl professors, are now in prison a- p Jtt.ca]    with    a fair pn>*p**-t of >deria. But the real danger for the clar ll.-milt in noisy *iem< nstrati- as of excitable b»*vs. but in the calm, rem**rsekwe pi*dings of tile extreme section* >if Nihilist*. eiiu<at«<l . men wilt* Ila vc made up Their minds that j the rwgeneratitfR «*f their *-ountry tan come univ after a social aud pdipcal <atai iy*m. j The arnatta ma* ie from time to time ami th** mysterkma -mcniea and dis-apfwara&cMt prove f**v« nd a doubt that th# ex rem** |«artv ha- adherents in the ranks of the imperial budyguards, among the me j btlitv . arni even in the palace* of the <-ar A * U- t i*«iv of them, mostly Russian refugee*. I ut im hiding several English women and En.liahmen of g**«i repute, met on last M‘*o*l.i * night iii a 'mail room irf the Strand “to take iiuportaat -tep*." That im ail that ha- I****,i allowed publicly to Ie known of th# proceedings at the verv remarkable gather j mg, but. r* a**, ng between the hoe**, the meet J mg * a- probably sn nim* ne*i aiw> to tsmswier J ui)fs>r»arit new-*, for it was on Motaiay that the cair wa* taken ill, although th- an nc<in<en>ent wa* net. puidisboi in Loodvin anni Wednesday morning. A 4 HOL LI VER PAD MW Th# e* iciest man on board th# City of Pana at the ti; * of the act'iilent to that vessel was Holman, the liver (aul man. Holman was plating (*>ker when the explosion «iccurred. All th# n-.t of the players dropped exery-thmg an i malled up to the <ieck. while Holman. w ho wa* ' -Hoking, remanesi to -ta«*k up an the mis. blues and whites, an*1 -re how thuigk -' -*1 lief reb# left the * I- or inquired w hat was th# matter * hic man - ame to th r *r at th# ne‘uu-nt when hope was I dark -• an.I iuform#*i him that he had got j hi* name wrong tin the : luwenger lint. “it sh* ii,I I**." be sn id. “Jafdiet Hirvrb. and it ta printed here Jacob Hirwh. I wish vou 1 w uld see til at tout correction la ma*ie. m > that if the *tearner sinks my people will know • I it is me that is drowned; and now, young man. w uh! v*h» like to know why this dup is sinking*" Miller -ei-i he would. “It i» the judgment of (bai," said Japhet Hirachaoleranjv. “There ha# !*en j*Aer playing on board, and w- aiw all to be punished for the sin of a few * G)R’> DCX RA VIN* RJtPLT I>or-i LMui raven has sent the f- JU .wing reply to the chal engr <»f George Peatiody I “DkaR ciH hi ret iv to yours of the 14th mstaiit, n the ,*!h of this month I wrate to the New York Yacht club, asking whether thev atmid agree to the last uvesage off the Royal Yacht squadron, to the effe<*t that the America .nip -fc uid. if it came into their possession be behi su »je**t to challenge*, accur ling to the term* of the Volunteer-Thi*tie I ru.s-, a I w he* her in that -nae my r ha lief i of last ye r muht be .tawnier#*I nu* merely piwf(*-'ie»i ani*] this rn Peatiing the receipt of an- I r from the New York Yacht dub it ss impcRsihie for me to give a deiimte rep; r to the proposal* of y**ur letter. I must. the! cl re. i*ov»t**nt un self f«>r the present j with merely acknow ieigmg it and asking I you to? convey my thunks for the invitation* you were good «*Hwu:fa to fore ani to me. I have the hon.r to sc main youra truly, “Di nraven " aik* A KCE IX ID LEN EMR. Pnm’e Banian k. after an unuaually eEcit-lng birthday, im engaged in airting oat and arranging his pres* ic# and anawermg telegrams aud letter* of •’vmgratnlatii-o. a task which will occupy hint for several day*, after which be wi!l find hiinseif rn the novel pmu-Don rf having nothing in partu-ular to do Hr friends fear that aliene** will kill him or drive him mad. and would like to put him in th# reich*tag    IL* presence in parliament would, it is bebeead, act as a cheek upon the tmpataoaa kaiser I en years ago the prince publi. lv dei itretl that if ev«: be resigned MB.w Im* would -peak hi* mind a* occaatoa required fn n a private member * seat in th* r*i» a*? a~ Bat rhi» rn the veer I “Mi anc Ka- er VV tiheiia II fs*igaa in Germany. Bi# J m * * duty to poMtwri'e rn obvtwualy forth with to eonimeurw wrttiug hi* ajenaurc TRK'MT J«'»X HUA The Yankee* ting bi learn a few sharp trick* • from the simple and straightforwari Britinh j mer*-ha at It bae just t-eea diws-veml that some large firms dealing in p«»puiar article*, Whe send out million* of circulars per year punt rue** ctrfTxiars in Germany to the popu-la<e of I a.Bid* ii aiel the province* The i m •on is that it only oat* a half penny to send ait U!>sea.e«i envelope in Gennanv a* in 1 America, while in England half pen ny puato ag# aulv -im# a wrapiper open at both j en rf* The resutt t* that the German poet-“Mfi'e g#G th# ai* nev and the English poet-offi.e ip.'j the W'-rii and ’he thriftv Bntieb merchan’ -wv#*- a half penny on each off hi* “Uvular*. KREN ca I OHSE# IX DA HOMEY. The Fren* h loeees ;n Dahomey are mon* earn ala than ha- vet been officially adm tted. This h* nafurtuBat-e for th# n*-w government. as the R»m darn st* a re certain to make a vio- I lent attack upon it* policy. It is a similar attitude in reference to Tonkin which brought wich 4sit urn up«xi the Ferrr govern- J ulent. and a persistency in Thus withholding information alay well twang upon Frwvcinet the fate Ahi* Ii befell Ferry. Meantime an >ther expeilrionary r'-.rw for Debotuey ta now be ng talked ->f as something -•#cutin to \ lake pi,*, e orrgsfDED THE C«X>M There is a singular strike in pr *grw# at the isuHilar >-»v«>y bedel on the Thames embank- I uv-ut A new inanA_'*-r was r— ■enlly ap-pointed who was unlucky enough to offend that powerful perxonaga, the -bef. The monarch of the kitchen struck work, and his I sixty cooks followed his example. The waiters joined th# strike an*I next ame the maids and porter*. The hotel is ctunpletely j up*e»t an*l unless •he manager make** terms with th# a-*f the b**use will lose th# benefit of the boluiay trade, which is an important item rh* city in cmw-V-l with visitors and all lh places of enUi-tainment ami amusement are doing a rush-rig buauaaaa. The four ] days Ea-ter holiday tim# ha# enabl#d every- j body to take an outing Meanwhile the thieves and swindlers are reaping a great harvest among the ex* «>r>iomsta The hotel room of the \ nil ii ail consul at Ria lien wa- entered a night or two ago by burglars and a jewel casket valued at AVICK* was -toien. The - aeket ha# since been found but the contents had been abet rat ted. There is no c;ue to the thieve*. Ii r Stein melt*, a leading banker of Nur-eniourg. ba- loon -dihg-si to su«ii«end businew ..wing to the rail’ir# of some important enter-; (Ma* sui wtij.-h he ha*I be--erne involved, lb# amount f his bai .iiities is large, but no precise statements c f his affairs ha# yet been mad# Tis# i* «•** ial> r-rs at Amsterdam areabixit to renew their strike, which wa# recently -citied on term# mat have n*M proved satm-faoto-r-r to the men. FROM WASHINGTON. la THE EXECUTIVE CALENDAR FULL OE NOMINATIONS. ANOTHER COURT-MARTIAL. ( aiwain Feeliet af th# Eighth Cavalry Cliargwi VTlth Druiikenneae. Fort Yates, N D. April 7. —The court’ mart.al of rapt E-lmt>ud G. Fechet. troop F. Ei^hfh cavalry, which te*^an Saturday, adjourned -v**r y-*st.*r»tar Toe charge ta that of «tm UK-* lit!—e- while pre*i«ling over a courtmartial, ait*! th- -ije, iff ati hi set# up that he was aodrujuk that the court was compered to adj* urn to permir him to bo ber up. Judge Advocate iteiierai Groesbeck conducted the pruwx utioii, ami I^eut Orowder. who a*’ted in the same capacity at the Steele courtmartial at Chicago, appeared for the -ie fen se Fechet pleaded n**t guilty Tile first witness. Lieut. Abbott, said ha move*! to adjourn the court beiauw* it wa# hi* opinion that Capt. Fechet was suffering from the effect# aff a long spree Lieut. Brooks testifie*I he thought Fechet was neither -trunk or s-1#*- but just between. Lieut Ayer testified mach the aam# N-*ne ->f The a it new#* were wu.mg to swear poaitively Fe»‘het wsu* -irunk. an*I be may be acquitted o»i a technicality Ail of the witnesses are Fechet > subordinate* I. anil*I (.ie tin the W*»t shore. Utica, N Y April 7—A la ad# b tie ac- i •nrrs-i -n Th V\’ -st Shore r ad near SU J< -tm-ville ’.a-t even nu:    B- th tra**ks were bl«**kad»st. A freight train to Mind east either ran into tis* obstruct ion or was -aught in the moving mass. N*» definite new* baleen revival, et'ept that the tra«*k is bkw’k-aded and the freight tram wrecked. The I engineer <«f th# freight tram, whose nam# is Potter, s -Taiueti a fra« tur# of the leg anti j one of the * -rakemen m a- also mjurwi. The West Nil- *re (ia—.-ijger trains east ami west w ere *rd**red to run -">r the I entraj mad between Athens Junction and Si-huyler Junction, near this cirv. I srpenfrr* on qtri ha. Uh ic a* e *, April 7 —The carpenter*' coun-<ui de*rlsre*i - »t niav n*:ht at 12 o’clock that th# -trike was n, -r w.,uii be this morning Alsxit *#vetiTT-tive <i.*l»-^ate* were present, rej re-*#ntmg *iv#r hn.iKK) men. Until 12 o'rlock the ■nuncil was prepared to) reosive any committee fr*sn the master -arpenten as#*" la ti at with a view to arbitration, but no committee appeared, lh# object of the strike is to make to •vnts an hpur the min unum wage-, to secure an eieht-bour work ■lay. an*I to bnug a1*-ut a msigiiition off the council from the em:-lovers. An Ord taal ow) Aer# toe. Nxw York. April 7 —Ordination serva-e* were beld \ ester*iay at Calvary Methodiat Episropial **hur«'h in connect ton with the New York Methodist Episcopal conference now in session here. Bishop tJoodseil or-dair#«l a number of d*acotw ami elder*. The anniversary of th# educational society wa# held in Die e ••ning. and many leading clergymen in attendance on th# c» >uf#reo*'e taking part in the exeraiaea. F »s*#r sandal la New York. New Yowe. April 7 —The wittier sria perfect yesterday, ami the lea* I mg a’-nuev were m w i»*i w .th pr- mena*lerx. -'lad rn the 3>rge- sa* ha bi:. , ;#nts appr >|*rats to the sea *n. Tit# -hurcbaa were filled with worshiper*. es reudy the •■athr-iml and th# faahion- ’ abl# chur*-tH-> ai Firth avenue, which wart finely * leis rated »rn palms, fiowers, etc., I and where the musical servuv* were very elaborate. A Lev## Cat. Attonm CITY. .Ark., April 7.—A cre-vaes# rn Boggy Bayou levee ha# caused th# water ins#ie the levee bere to nae slowly « apt Tollinger was iafonaad that FUsl Fort; people hail cut th# lev#**, and that th# break wa# GU feet will#. He started at once with men and tuato rial to close it Th# Boggy Bayou levee is a very ;mj*ortant on# for this sectJou. Att*-airiest Warder wad *iitoi Ie. BeMIX*UL. IIL, April 7 — Kamey Aker man -hut Mr*. Hews. laedladyof the Natioual h-t#i and then fired a bullet into his own braia. *-au»j’ig instant death Mr* Hex# will recover be .lee- was -u(»pi»snl to halve t*#*n -•turn tt»-i darkly a fit of jeakxi-y. tai af Them Likely Ut M#*t With little OpiMwUDa —■ The Debate aa {ba Montana Fleet toaa Caw* to Ii# (on tinned — Three « »«»•*(« in the Hmie-r»nd(B{—Other Huetne-a. WaaaixOTGff, Apnl 7—The time dev**t*-d to the *vsisi*lec ition of the FU**':• la nmtuua tunis in the -•-nato* iluring the Wf*ek just en-led wa# taken fr* ni the t me which » iu*i -lave been devoted to general executive businew*. »o the executive . i«-n.ia,r ut now pretty well crowded wi’u ti n.- at.*aw. To d -{>«-# *f these will be one <-f u. Lief duties of the set.at- during tor a ran. to come. So far ar la known tl.ere ar* po oominari *n# -o rhe caieudar over which there i*> Iikel> to) ae a dispute an * tile busmesa off the se« r- I —".oil will the ref -re be tic-)* rad *»f in ad iin»-iuao**j at a rat »*i rn’# Keve a1 »- r#r sr—• n- f an hour or so each during the week will serve to clear th# calendar of m*#t of the n< xii mat ion' now pending In the meantime in *4en session th# -’otisi*i#niTi<>n of the Montana «-»**'-t «x» content will be coutinoed. ?**verai senators are booked for I* >ng speech#* and the •iehata mar #x*en*i to the etni of the wrak. Among those who have indicated fheir intent nm to -ink ar# Senat-r* *(s«*ner, Evart#. Taller and Iti^alL* on me Republican wile. and Senator* V •—t, Vance. <»#orga, Turtue an*l Jcu#- of Arkanaaa on the [bsno-cratw* si-la of the >'ham ber The election* cs>ntest wifi have right of way after : o’ckvk each liar but Mr Ila-will call up bef ire that h**ur. pro!wbly - u Moo-lay, the h4#;se bill for th- exiumevat un of the Chinese, wh»< h be tumks will iend to little debate The lull has been araen«led in the senate conini.ttra until very little of the .wig mal mea-m e is left. It will probably go through the sedate in this for a and be determined finally in conference Aa effort will be made during th# wrax to (eremade the senate to) <4ev*>te some time —prolaibly a part of an after oon—to the consideration of private pense**! bill#. The pen-usn appro' printi<si hill may he brought in and put on pasting# during lh# arak. Beginning to#lay th# raisate retunui to re former hour of aaaerabtage. IJ o’clock. Three ouatMtal ele**tnxi canes will be taken up ami dispose*! of by rh** house during the week In two of them the ai tion of the house can lie for#*•aet ca-ilv Th***# ar# the canes of B«-wen against Buchanan froru Virginia. and Porav against Parrett fr rn Indiana. in each of which th# m#m!#*r» <f the elections <s min* it tee have unjte*i in favoring th# sitting nieniier. in #a»*h ase a Decn>-crmU Mr. Conrad of indiana ha# indicateti an intention to ftcbt th# P*#*#v-Parret case, but bm opposition will be in#ff**ctuaL Th ar* iay ha# been set aside f**r th# **)n#ideration for the “ase of Waddell against Wise from the Third, or Rk-hin* mi dis’net off Virginia. The ease will develop a thr#e-*s*ni#re*i fight in the house lh# lid a1 i> ans of The el#* ti-us <*omnntt#e have «le* id#*i that Mr Waddell, a Repub in-an. was #i#4.-t#ri. Mr Wise claims that he was elected, w h Ie th# Demis’ratic members of the election* comaHitee have de-cided that there was no eW-i i n and will bring in a r#s»duti<>n for h«>i«img a special el#* tic*n to determine th# matter. Monday will b# District ,>f C*dumhia -Jay On Tuesday it s pr*b«bl# that the naval appnjpnatkjn bdl will lie called up. aid #> soon as it Ut disposed of the M Ubiry a*•« I*my appropnati* rn bill mil tat <xxi*id#rwd. Friday as usual will be devoted to private bills, aud >m Saturday eulogies in hon* r off the late Representative Laird of Nebraska will Ie delivered. During the morning hour* of the w«#k a number off bills of an ’nterestmg nature w4,i be calksi up for passage. Amoug them ar# bills providing ft r th# retirement of naval - iffier* for coior-blindnesa; for the retirement of mates in the navy. to prohibit th# dii.stmcnt off unimturai.»si per-on* m tim navy RECIPROCITY IN AMERICA- RAPID PROGRESS MTaile by Prn*i«» < -tnt rn tv. loner Kau rn \(lj-lg rating I lama. N' a su i***tox, April 7—(rn. Green B Ran rn, comm ..-sooner of pensions, has «ib-mittdi the foil wing “er»*rt of rajini pr<*grem rrceti’ly ma-!# in adjudkmUog U-rn* “Hon. John W Noble, .“racretarr of th# [q- ten*)r “Bm—tho th# Shi of Dfs*euib#r last I issued an ori#r requiring that an examination of the <*111101 pending in th# office should be made, a od that all -a-e* wh»h a(«penr#<i to be complete *h<>uki be placed upon what I denominated the 'csMiipieteti files. “A* a reault »>f this examination JOAN) ca*#*- were pia**si upon this list and th# ad- jmiicn* ng divisions were required to spend file <!*y* in rn- b wrak in their examinatum. “S*'n# day# later I issued a further orier which pr* T; i*-I that claim- would I-# placed upon tlk* ‘complete ii;#*’ np-r, tu# applicti-t*- n - I th# manta or their attorneys upon a proper - to’*- nent <*f farts *b -w»!i*^ that th# -ara- were compt#:#. h.;.<v^tke irauirg of that order 2k-' c»s#** Lave, upon moti.-n. Iran pl.* -d )*• th# *< iupicked file*, in ail VI,287 A CHAPTER OF CRIME. FREIGHT CONDUCTOR S TERR'BLE FIGHT WITH TRAMPS. “During th# (Mist three month- .12,229 of the*# cis#*- have been acteii (lpm, anti tiler# ii- w remount lait AjFT* cams on the ‘00m-pl#»c<i files' and arnlicatmns at the rat# u;» n an average of U*4 a lav are re»*eiv#ii for placing <aiie* upon these Aiea. “These order* a!.e* re*|u:re*i that **n# *lay in rn *h week -thrall*! be th*voted bv th# adjudi oat!# .r di *isi<>ii* exclusi »*elv to makiug calla for adtlifiorai evidence in pending - laun.*. A* * result *f this arraugranent for thetran*-action of the bu sin—et 0* the <*ff1#e. we ar# a* w s#r»«i.n-4 ' '■•” cai - n a **ut ID,OOI) aa#* p#r month, and ad]»i*<'<*nt!ng ov#r ld.OiK) per mouth. **o •hat we are a tually han«lling about    ca*#*    per    ni->uth. “lui—ne* th# month bist -*n*)e»l tfi 174 jieti-si< n eertifi-*a:#* w#r# i-ou -?. I *ing. aa I find fr* rn th# rec ». d-. th#    it * nth * work c< #r (<erforu»ed bv the Ucreau. Of th#*# a. “ii w*;*s*u original apf*ucationa “During * .# m*t fi e *a vs J.-VU) c#rtificates w-r# I, A liii'h I,toil were vrigiaals. I Utk# pl .*»-ur# rn informing you that th# buai-o*ra- -»f th*- - fir ut now in -u< h a conditi*vn that every Lxim plat xxi upon the '•'ompietrsl ii *-’ wu! I*# t;»k-*n up and a :cd up**n within th# »*ek f-*i • wing the -lav it is so placed u)«in th«» rile* “.Nj* th# bu*in#na w now arranged in th# ffi.x* I will lie able. by the iaat of May, to ••aura th# #\«Munati**n of every claim then m th# -?li •"< *1 th# tir*t<iayof January last, have -very - i 1 .iii* 4 <*i that » completed, and calix for evidence made in tho*# not eora-pieteii “It ta proper to 'tat# that I now have a -err? n ai each ad./adicatmg d-vw-in for Mwiof or*i#rs for me<iical examination in all pen*ting chum* for increase ut :-en>i< u. These it 1 *n- when made will fix the date* ich the in*Tease of permoti will -here parties are entitled to increase. - very short time the w**rk ti word-k -- iminefienn will -lisp#*- of tile ac- He ta I- aitllt *ihu( bv On# of the Mlner#-»»lt—four «*f Them raisin — A *t#b-btng AITraf in New York—Four K# ran na Wiiuoilel He# mac Thev Wwnl«ln*t ‘’Kii«h th# Growler ** Lima. to . April 7.—Coudiagor Tucker hail a desperate fight with tranifw on hi* train vesterdav a* d wa* fatally shot by on# of them A* his freight on th# Fort Warn# railroad w;»a moving up»m a *ui# tr*<k half a mil# wot of thin city y#sfer<lay afternoon. dx tranqw climbed into a hox -’ar C-«-ductor Tucker saw ’cern and ordered them to g#t twit. Thev ref used, and w hen b# elite re* I th# car to eject them fired a pistol at bum. The *b >f nujwrad, however, and i ticker grappled with ta# gang, but wa* finally bim self thrown out of the ear. The tramp* than jumped out of rh# door on the north »id# of the car. Tucker climbed over th# tram, and as he alighted on the opposite side one of the gang produced a revolver whi- h Tucker wrench#*! out of ti * hand Two others then caught him. holding each of his arm* *0 that lie nm powerless to defend himself, when another placed a revolver at the conductor'* left side and fired fatally wounding him. Frair off the tramp* w-re arr-st* d. FATAL STABBING AFFRAY. several f>#r*«»o* I ut Becau*# They YY*»al*f«»'t ‘'Rash lh# Gf«vl<*r ” New York, April 7 - During a quarrel at No. Ti < *h#nrv street last night, caused by some of th# oc ti punt* the tenement refuging to <x»ntribute r:    n#y for “th# grow ler,” wh:< h wa# berng “• u>hed” by two notorious <*h«:a*»#rs na.ne«l Curtim, x#ver«l persons were *tai*lj#d. and on# John Sloan, an okl longshoreman, will probably die from hie m-juri-*. The Uurtins had made a general at tu*-k -n the tenant# aud Sloan, wuh a dub. ti #d to drive the*!! »w-ir. Thee wrrated hi* dub from him and beat him terriblv and also stat ted him with rn lensinfe. J uuea Lawton, Sloan a son in law, was sta!>lje»l nine tiniw wh.le trying to^ def'-nd th# j obi man. Mrs. Sloan and Mary Driscoll were slightly -tabli**] The <*urtin brothers w#r» >’apfn## i by officers after a long chara aver the re; a HI- ait is thought to be dvmg at th# h« erica I and Lawson u* verv low EJ5.IS STC35UE CHILDREN'S CAR RI AGES HE Carate.! in^ the It ail. er for aiivT one who uet 0 i *’ wi ”i(r Un lining Hat'k Sleeping < ouch ib tak Ii * a tiling «»t I'Crtuty, and therefoff* a ply fon^v are pcrftttion them. In a word, ti lev in every re peel, and nothing remains wanting to make this the c »mfortabh carriage in the market Light-weight Ribbe<l I nderwear for ladies and cliildren, at 9<*., 10c., r.K*., 20c.f and 43c. Bt*st Fast Black Hosiery, warranted not to crock or stain feet. A new and full a^iortment enables us to give you anything you want in hosiery. Some new styles iii Ladies' plain, solid and fancy stripetl Hosiery m« ma! ■He, the very cues p. n Men •» and R»\ s Novel tit •Fn*.. ti-U*. A new line of Ididies arni Inc. New' line Ididies and 'launelette Shirts at 37c., 43c., Fancy Tucked Aprons at LV\, 23c, Misses celebrated Ferris Corots and Waists. <ientlemt*u Boys W ai“t“ at 'S.ie. and ^ Boys' Lon*r Riht>e«l Black British ami Lisle H OSU* cie. Boys Stispiinlers Hose, De. at He lf! aud C ol lai-s 26c 9c ERIE STORE. OXM ape mft#r wlu-b th# 1 rom -ffi*-# -ii *; . ast ti#*!*, luiDAtMia in new <-*»•-* will be mad# day to -lay a* th# ca##* ar# flied in th# Very r#*p#» ♦fully. 6 RE RU B Rat M. U«>nunia#ion#r * inters | tii« a* rood) Fear Men K H—! Bim# TGH AM. Ala. April 7— At In.n<lal#, six mil#*! from this city, Town Maraliai Eng-Land an*! l)#(»uty Sh-riff Fori*#nb#rry attern: t#<l to ar #*? a crowd of ocgroes ob a dkarg# of Larceny Th# negroes opened fir# •"Hi th# ■ Ifl'Tfa, shootiug do#-n Marshal Eilg-land at ♦h# tlr-t fire. Deputy Fun ten berry took ref'i:# t*-hind a tree inn! shot three af Senator ( handier lank* an Mr. Blain#’* vh(*m« With favor. WAMnXGT*)X, A: • I 7. —Senator ‘’handler say* that the first lie--nttati*-a he ha*! on til# subject of the pr»*i- »• ii to -*tat>l:*h reciprocity a* an off raf ’be pr#)*rad duty "ii hides wa# that »a,- , h* obtained from reading th# I int.si l r* un atch on th# ob,.--1 “I have red given th# subject ex ten-it*! conaidermta *11,'' he sax I. “and I wraxid not ’mr# to (nu*- ju*!gm* at upon it without careful coosidcratjon. I should be incline*! to xiv. though, that we could w#il afford t-o establish re* tproi*al relati*m# with any of the count rma t the VV rate rn Herni*phere which W"ul»i ad pt our twnff system ar»i schedules. I am quite in- lined to tieliev# that it would be wtra to cs• ab! 1*0 these relati->o* with all th# countries betwran the bonier* of < ‘ana*bt and th# Lsthmu* of Panama. It wouki not be in any sense an abandonment of anv part of our * -*tem of protection, and it would guarantee to as the almost exclusive tm*!# of these c*<intriea In tm tending the bounda ie* of our tai* IT system along so muoh more of coart im# we would o» -"unie have to undertake the a id#*! resp inability of pr tectiug ourselves from *ra*i rglin.; but I am incline*! to think that we w.-uk! reap a great advantage from the relation. ” Conelete*i of Fraud. Grand Rapid**. Mich., Apnl 7 —Dr Walter EL Reid. president of the Michigan Spiritualists’ asportation, was convicted of using •he mail* for fraudulent ptirpnam in the United Stale# court here Saturday. Renl publisbe*! a Spiritualist po• *-r. in which he inaerte*! an advert linemen t to answer letter* addrrawsi to (#-r*.»ii* who have “paswxi to apint Uf#” with'*ut br-aking the seals. Hi* fee for answering question# in a letter sealed in the ordinary manner was #1. If sealed with wax or sew ed with threat! AV He did an #xt#n*i **# Ittsmera and reaped rich profit* until hi* m#th*vl* wen* brought to) the atte tioo of Poet master General Wanamaker Sentence wa* -ieferr**! t*> give counsel tina to prepare a    for uew trial, th# re- apoinient being require*! to give bail for $1,000.  _____ Tit to»r Tat. DrtrtH. Minn.. Apnl 7.—The Du I nth Board of Traiie, which ha* handled 17.ann,in* bushel* of wh< at siree September, is deter-niine*! to get even with the Chicago Board <M Trade Saturday it su< sealed in getting di-rect quotation# from New York. The directors at Saturdav’a meeting votwl to instruct th# Western Urn** an*! North American Telegra(*h < van pan ira not to furnish th# Chi cag- - Ivinrd with Duluth quotation* until the ddeago hoard cmenu to furnish the Duluth board with quotation*. CONSOLIDATE. Rallraraf vfen’s %w«n#iatfnna ta Ira Tailer Ga# H«a-t. Rt.mira. N Y . Afinl 7 —Three hun*lre*i I Virgule*, repferanting th# Brtrtherh«s'ds >ft • L*s •    Engineer*. Firemen, Brakemen if    hi net), gathered here yrato rday and • ill a tew membera of th# new Drier of Ba; v a v CN.ntiuctori, diwruawwl am! a»t* q»ted a s* hef# - -f f-s!**rati«»n lief wran ail th# or I imnizaTi ns.q rrainme in the United State*, j L»el*-:nt**~ wer# present from Buffalo. Jersey j City, N-'X York. H<*brA#n ami many pia**?* u* P-ti’ sylrama ami * »hio. There were two ’ sport t nirat'ugs don ag th# *lay ami a public inert mg wa* held us the Opera b<er*e last night A nnmber of pi*, rn men t citizens delivered addrrara*. ) ■ rand Master Sargent of th# Firemen'* Lr -t her bood. Grand < ’'inductor Howarl of ♦h# Conductor*’, Grand Master Wilkinson off I rh# Brakerncn's bi*) herb*"*!, the well-known j >aalhIj M Duireaihl of her prominent rail-r*xi*i n* n -I <4t# Thev all < lee la red that the ' f«d#rat,on w<au*i Ie rn th# interest of bar . aa-nv. a..-I that the death knell of strikes on ail*'- eu! h i*I    «i;mW. The object, in -ii- *t. i> th# federation under on# head of the diif*-rent I*mIuw. Nit each to retain it# own orgaafaffimi, The trvratinjr* are <*>u>-idere«i ti ha - i« en of great iinportanoa Spacial trains s ere run from N w York. Buffalo and other places. ti i I he Wild#: t co mf *<f th# th# town wa nature <>f rh-cal excitement. d#a<t. TI'# others took to the #— tfssl. The 'hooting rear#*! et*-itosneut in th# town. on ac-p*i .’mal troubles there, and half un !er arms lief re th# #xact affi sr was learn#*I    The politi hoWWW, natl nothing tv do with the tragedy SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT \')W t* the tim# for prvtmin: )>>nrtr**#», and VI' **>on it rill be Ll me for fixing your gardens. (ark* ami lawn*. Let it be done by an exper-ienced ganJener, and then call for Vander-men fen Brother’*, corner Eagle and seventh afreet*. Next month we get the ti neat and rarest rote*' in hundred* varieties from Holland. Nice weeping rose for funeral plan arni inanv new *hrut»* an*! trees. Order pone of them which we will sell so coeap tiiat yon must bay some of them. L* T<»DD AK I A « «) , Patent Att-tm#\ MI . 7th *7 “t, Waahtngton, ll. L-, opp. U A Patent «>f-ilc#. Patent*, ( arcat* and K#-l*»«es *#<‘ur#«l Tra«le Mark* registered All Patent busine** conducted for m<*t#rate Fees. Information, Advice ami #pe**ial n*fer**n< es teat on re«)i*eat. Sd IHI ta sj | % VU INTU van br made working tor na. Pers-,na ;>re-ierred who cml turnisl’ a horse ami give tlietr who!# sine to the business. Spare rn-may be pi obi-ably employed also. A Jew vacancies 6a town* and cities B. F. U iHNSON A CO,, torsi Main Sc. Rh l.mond, Va. I’OR 'ALK-A tract of land in Marion eosin-I tv, Florala, in th# phosphate belt. Large or small quantme* to suit purchaser* This sect on i» growing more ramdly man any other part of th# state, un la and hotel* an* tieing built anil railroad* projected. A gras! money-m ikmg investment. Charles Mann, Elm Park. K'ebeaier, X. \ \\ Tb# Result of f srelranm. New Bede<»kd, ^!A" , April 7.—Horn# on# <>f a party of ir,#n in tin* woods at < urrunmgs J Hill. Rn rail Mi!!*, dropped a lighted cigar, j setting th# underbrush rn fire. Before it I wa* stof;p> I over a mil# of territory wa* burned. TANTED— %N V< TIV E MAN for each ion, -alai BTA to fioo, rn locally represent a »uore—dill N A' t un pa ny IBCHiyor' at#*I to supply Dry    ii.uhing,    ’•boe-, Jewelry, etc,, to eonsitmer*. at #••*•!. Also a Ljwly of tact. satan xiii to cur ii uu uit.« r--“o.iaw mow enroll#*!, fpsi.tssi |u«t*l in.) K#-ferene#* exchanged. Empire U'o-*>|M-raiiv# V-'***• -adon credit w#i! rat*-*!* Leek Bex Aft), X. Y. rmon Eiders* Book ■Strength, na..ol fire# cd owrri-d F. A CrondxXS rtraa 8U. Hew I <;rX A *|MM-t»*i»r 'tabbed. Newark, N J, April 7 — During a row arrcng Italians a rf th# Riv#r~*tr***-t bridge. Jam#* Kenny. a^r«*t Id. a spectator, wa* 1 fatal Iv stabhe*!. He wa* taken to a hospital. The Italian who stal>b»*l him swap#*!. Died Front Hi' Wound*. Chk a'Jo, April 7.—Ex-statrn ^Senator D B.    di#*l    at    hi*    h<>m# in Alton, IU., at fi o'clock Sntur<lay evening from tile effect# •if injuries re*'eiv#«i several week* stwr in an eto*>uut#r with burglar*. NOTHING GIVEN OUT. ROOMS TO In the Merchant# Impute of ti    Jacob    W Bank It ui filing. rf lier or Fmnk Muv, GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has jnxt received a full line Two Lake Steamer* Launched. Mil.w x’.'KXX. April 7.—Th# steamer Fred Pa fist a tn sui'cesnfuUy laimcbe*! at Wolf A Dav I' n * -tup \ xnri Satui'iav afternoon. The Pit et is th# largest wooden vessel on the .akra Her dimension* are:    Threw hundred and ten fort overall; I.* frat lieam. .*4 frat -iepth • f h* 4*l Her engine is a tripple #x-panst n. w.rn rn 4'J-mch stroke She ut built for heavy freighting and is ->ne of th# beat Unity vrara*!* m the service. The Fred Pabst will ply Iwtwran E-’anaIm and lake Erie port* with or# for the Chapin Mining company. The c» w* of the v#s#ei is tLNY.ikM). Ma.xttowoc, VT a, April 7. — The new steamer Indiana, which the Goodrich Tnana-portatiisa daiqany has bran having built at Berger A Berger’* rani, was su.-cerafullv Ranched Satuniay aftern<s»n. Sb# ta -me of th# stirs? jest Gats on fresh water Her dimensions ar# ±J|) frat over ab; *Jk) feet keel. 40 feet ileum and 13 feet hold. Her cabin will be handsomely finished anti will have •Wei-ing aec«HTimodation» for 400 passengers HL# will be lighted by electricity Her coat will be #175.000. She sr JI ply between Milwaukee and Chicago. Higher Water Expected. Memphis. T*-nn.. April 7.—Capt. Kingx-nian. Unite*! States engineer iu charge of th.* lev## Iwtnct. warn# the people to look •ait for at least I** inch*-* higher water. He has h#vn inspecting the levees beta ran her# and Ne «• < *ri#*n# He reports th# Pointe Coupe** front in good c*MMLt,<M». except at the Presto n place oppi site h#re. and materials for strengthening the levee have arrived there. Morgan's laves, which protrats a large part of ,S with west Louisiana, is being strengthen#*! and carefully guarded. Ta I lf* i ►*>•»«* th# Opt if, tj Bill. MixxkaPOLIS. April 7 —Toe Lhandier of Cooafii#rre rereived a circular from the (Tu-*’itgo Board of Tra*l# Natl::-dav asking this chamber t*» apj>* int % iniegata to go to Wash-mgt< u with delega’ s (rum *Mh#r Gian Is to w< rh against the pansagv aff tbs Butterworih fit * rn WIL The chamber- will amaine the I *tcl.*hed. an*! in' view of the fart that no Th# 'tat# I*#i»artm#»!t Kefiia#* All Information tit Oti'-idrr*. Washington. April 7. -Tbs stat# <l#()art merit i* ilk# a clam. It in practically *hut up. The officials who are easy of a**#'# ar# not at liberty to say .anything for pnblKm-tioo. ami “wx ivtary Blame. vh<> is, is not to be awn. All efforts to find tint anv thing a1*Hit th# rcrant or (rending negotiations about to# fisheries question, or th# se I fishery qu#*Ti* u rn Behring sen, or the recipr**’-ity negotiateh» with Hrmbb American republica. hale been futile The start department -dficials will not even admit that -neb n#gr»i tat ions ar# in [in mr— I They have g<jn# so far as to refuse to affirm ; that Mr * h ar I#?. Tupper was in Washington, when he roukl be seen anv day at th# Arlington hotel, from which he ha- mad-* frequent vuut.* to the rraid#n»e of Sn# re tar y Blame, half a a) na re distant. In fa>*t but little int no mfi irruati- >n of public int#rest ta given out from th * state <t#partm#nt. and “Wretarv Bls in#. sic<*e the death of Walker Blame, who wa* th# tnedimil of communicaDon be-twra j the public and th# secretary, ha* lost in the estimation *>f many of his warmest friend- mu#h reputatfisn by hi# swreti renew* about x.Tail's, of which the public had a right to be iuforroed. • sjm. Healy’* Ca##. WatmxSQTOV, Apnl 7. —8ra*retary Wind*an ha* not yet received the report of the board of inquiry that trie*I Capt. Healy of th# rev enue st-aurar Bear, at San Franci****), for brutality to his seamen, but the report ha* reached the departmeut and acquits Capt. Healy. Before it# coo*'lusions bec*mw* final, however, t will have to he approve*! by Secretary Win*lorn The action of the court off inquiry in wquittiog Capt, Healy, in view of th# evic.er.ra pubiiohed in the East, is so strar :# ♦■int many think Se*T#tarv Windotn* will not r#a*’h th# sam# conclusion that th# court did The case ha# attract#*! <xm*itier-abie attention here. TH#    Iiida’t    Wave    Th#ix>. Sloe* FALU*. R. D , April 7—An application wa' m:»<ie before lira United States district ct iir* I th:* city Saturday, for the release off twenty M< mum preachers who were wnieu-ral. nu wk aff them a year. In their appl:* ati-*n thee argued that they were sen-ten* •#* I to I* couAned in th# United States penitentiary at Sioux Fa***, and ■ by the <>ra uibus bill, their place of confliranien^ was S#» MI* IM(*mi« rnrn I* VWaCl *»«£ • E«[iial to any in the city, and 2[at prices that will [pay you to Bec him befoi purchasing. Buffalo, N. V. We have frequent requests by mail tor samples of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings insertions or Houncings, also what width and some idea «>f the price. W e have a stock of em* broideries that is second to Done in the country and superior to any in Buffalo. The money value we offer is simply impaneled. I here are edgings from j of an inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook arid Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different vvi< It {is of edging and insertion on all desirable Txinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing*! in the different widths from in inches to ho inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, loc, 12-Jc, 15c and 25c |>er yard. Adak. Mri.drch a anderson. New goods for are coming in muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By “complete’* we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new goods—all the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. I lie W inter stocks are of * faring great bargains. Therj never w as a time when you could trade here more advantageously. iii is season daily. The LADIES! If jou want an easy and comfortable shoe, with a heavy sole, one that will Ad am, Meldrum (Si Anderson DRY GOODS. Carpets and Draperies, KMiiuJand SLati«>n#rv. american block, ■HH,- lo: MA IS STH EET, BL'KF ALO. I. V. j# -it.* <u *J ftvoniitf th# bt IL claiming that th;* '-han.iit-r 'bra ort JcmU m future*. Dropped Dea-1 la Charrb. Mansfield. O . April 7.—Jam#* HL Em-qjiugvr a^ed about 50 vmrs. trapped dead in St Luke 9 church during the service# leat night. Mr Emminger we* secretary at th# Richland Mutual Fire Insurance company and wipranntend#ut of the St Luke Sunday achoo!. He wa* aho trust**# of VV it ten burg college Canto ai death, apoplexy. Jock < rook* Ymrs Sick. Cote WB re. O , April 7—Jack Crooks, the fin# aectmJ t«a.*e?ua.a of the Col ain bus club, na# be-*n ct Jnad to hi* room f*ir the past two weeA* with a rare-us attack of inflammation of the *: mach aud n#«ir%igia of th# heart It was rb u^ht vraterday tkttenwm thn: he was dying, but he rained toward •vaii^^ arid is n-tmg such ( lace ae the United States penitentiary of Sioux Falls now exist*, they aoAwl to b# rwies4*e«L The appiiranon wa* -leuie*I. Rollins Mill tiaraed. wILMIX »T- 'N. I)#L. April 7 —Fir#defrayed the rolbug mill and office of the Johnson I-"nee coin) any Saturday night The forge ruill amt five jxnkiiing furnai.ea were iaved. Much ’-a1,.a we oua< -onery is damaged and I U men a:-# threw u 'Hit of employment. Lo- ti out $15.49)0; well insured. kwp jour feet dry a<id wgrrD, get l-air of D. Ai in strong A Co’* Hand Welt. common »€ii»e shoes. They will please yon-- SULLIVAN & SON 213 Centre Street. C. C. Penfold M tnufaeturer and Importer, 304 M VIX IT., Iii KF VLO, NJV. DEA LUR IX Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, < I'vk*. Silverware, Leather (,.**«*li», tic. KSU RA VISH, GOLD ^ IIL VER PLA TISH a complete line of HOUDA Y GOODS :m4 MAIN street’ Opt^tfxt# Ira*j»M)i8 HoteL $500 REWARD! WE win par the above reward tor any roo# *f Liver Cool plaint. Dyspepsia, Sick Ileraiache. Indivertigo, < onetipaLon or Coativenera w« an not cure with Wcat’s Vejretahi# Liver Pi Ila, wh#n the 'lire* Lons are strictly <-oaipiled aith. The: are purely Vegetable, and never fat! so rive >atiaiactiim. hmxar toatod. Large boxen, «>ontaininjr'N) Pill*. 33'wnto. Beware of c»»nn-terfeito, and imitations. The Kenuim* maatt* lac ore*! only by JOHS C WfciT A CU. MA by Monroe’* Bhakm ACX. D kirk. IS. J,Go to    on roe s for Curtains and Fixtures. DO TOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? V- YOU CCT THC WCOKC SORT; THC tflCHT ONES UECULED PEARL TOP"0" ' Mto Mir h GEO, A. MACBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH. PA. - ;

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