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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. B REP RESENT A TIVE f 1. USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK AW1JW RUUTO MACHINE for ruling lUJkinrt. at blanks In the latest an.litloi Mwhanlral Departnietit'otjL. and Wood Yard, 79U Central Arenue, opposite Nickel Plat? All grade, ol Hard and Soft Coal, _ Lumber. Shinc-ies and Lath. Free Correspondence for wholesale lota D OOTORO, and S25 Central Are. Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous Photograph, ul Bible, a apecialty. Sitters eeea not wait tor tnnshine except tor >OOH BOrDCBT-jAMKS IBVINO, pnetor. So. 16 B. Second street, near Buf- talo street. Dunkirk. T. Magazines, Ma- Pamphleu. etc., bound in all styles. Orders eronpUy attended to. AU work gTiarantee.L OITKCRKB-S CHOCKEKY (J 308 Central Avenue. j Wholesale and retail dealer in IK ported ami 9ameetic China. Qlaaiwue, Ac. i HOTBl, i Bates, M per day. Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Bider. SIS and 337 Lion street. DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY. APRIL NIAGARA SHIP-CANAL 8 1800. BILL P-OPTSING IT INTRODUCED THE MOUSE. IN for Place oe Caudla the ffenaU F.n.lon Bill Defeated. WASHINGTON, April a -Committee on rail- 'ays and canals acted favorably on a bill hi- troducrt by Repreuntativ. of 4w York, directing the United States to malw a canal around Niagara from a point BIG T" THC 8A0IES. Tbeas Crack BaeMr a _ Tea theusand Jolly, rollicking, tumbiiaf children and 30 000 eggs, the lite Mb, eggs, Tari- u coler art indifferent in size, rolling- each u bewildering was prewnted in the White Houm gToui.dii on Easter Monday morning, and Baby McKe. waa aw of the jolliest ol the number. No such sight is elsewhere to witnessed. It hai long been observed here, and Easter Monday is looked forward to b the children of WashJneten with almort a. Toe day was IlffiLISH STATISTICS SHOW THATTHEIK CON BITION IS IMPROVING. much interest an Cbriatsaaa, e Ontario to point on Lake Erie en Lak. The bill provides the ei______ ed along one of the routes for' such a project heretofore surveyed. The route favored is .hirty-one miles long. It i: is provided that pose I of flve persons to be corn- appointed by the 'resident, two of them are to'be he engineer corps ef the army, two are to be engineer, of recognized skill and the other to be in the language of the bill rom the Board of out ,u cr T.IT f 11TT BARBER SHOP V Chaa. Nagle, Prop, tfn Lake Shore National Foreign and Doneattc Ugara, Bank, corner ane ol i F I r li to make and to arrange y d tion tlon-. of all ore nnmary details for carrying out I Particular attention ol roa.1 trotting bones a epeciattjr. tlO.OOO Is approprt iro Project The i, 'intended as an offset to the the Canadian side of i-iider treaty provisioas the United is allowed to keep but one and it would be t nd bright, the gran green and th trees in the executive mansion grounds were awaking to the gentle touch of spring and putting forth their leaves. All the avenue, of approach to the White House were early alive with children an nurses and parents. The inevitable baalce with colored egga was aa invariable com- paoioa Once upon the ground witbout con- cert of action, the little ones rolled theirem down the sloping hills and tumble after them themselves. The music of the Marine band enlivened the yester .'ay. At 3 o'clock rreadent Harrison, hia wife and the McKee babies appeared on the White House balcony ere cbeered by g merry children. Larten Daily ia tte Connty. An unequalled advertising medium. of war. ican vesst unjust d is claimed to be violation of the CONTESTES tLECTION. Furmmau Testimony In th, Kingston city and N' Y'' APril8-Theinjnnction and mandamus proceedings in the contest arising of the recent charter election to city were argned before Judge Purral.n at Troy yesterday. The judge took the papers and reserved his decision. The injunction was originally obtained witnaview to restraining Henry Beck and ;noch Garten from taking their ,eats, and common council from taking any eating them. Twelve of the old board of aldermen de- u, th. Harrow EIOBC of 8.OOO P.r Nothing to t. Amerle.-Sp.ca an Aeronaut. LOTOO.N, April 8.-The statistics submitted by the authorities in charge of British emi tjaocn show tuat since Jan. 1 emigration to America has decreased below that for the eomsiponding period of 1889. This falling off, it is represented, a dae to the fact that have increased at home until they are quite u high and in some eases higher than the rates paid for similar employment, while fce opportunities for obtaining work here ar, equally good. These evidences im- provement are attested by the fact that the number of immigrants arriving in England from foreign countries have increased since Jan. 1 by more than in comparison with D 1 ment in the VVeL i Canada provides j be shown m the canal but L'i COMPACT, draw baek cent A 'rtnerly Ssllew 4 Pouple. caru-n Inn.l i" i on n ._. ._. cargo in (.anada. by the govern! ination shall Ion Democrat. over Daniel Another injunction Hml- iianulacturera ot Enginea, BoUer; Jnarang etc. Patterns. Outings, ami Work to order. lows a ._. _-_jrs. Pulleys, Canada. This i.s cla Patterns. Forjfinira, _an Jnjustlce to American vessels. The SHIRT CO., -1IM, 2U6 and iu? Cenusr street, Manufacturers ol the and "Dunkirk" perfect uttinif Oreo Shiru. On salt! in all leading lurniahinir olotbiag and Or; goods hoiues in Dunkirk. i proposed canal is to be feet deep, 100 ft t-hii hr.ff_______> then obtained directing siiovr cause tor contempt. __ for the present councifto show" cause why it anTp.t" "nU D-wfeJ Halloran and Patrick Brennan as aldermen from the y Should n An order wa, also obtained F. TOOMEY, 134 anrt 43fi Lion i :e at the bottom, and its estimated cost i, Fourth and FifthVarS Intoreat a taken in the result of the contest" CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. (ihatea. etc. Eslablisoeit. ia77. hBlJt HOTEL and Ulnmg Saioon, Union Depot haay access to afl trams and biis- tnesa nooses. Best accoaimodati'iiib lor Com- Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. CO, frame, made to orler. The Senate'. Dependent Penxlon Bill In th. Houne. j ASHIN.JTOM. In the house yes- terday Mr. Morrill Kansas moved to si pend the rules an.l pass (with bill Krantiny pensions f sailors who are formance of labor, and pro ItM- a subsatutei j sol.liers and i Woman s Work. NEW YORK, April 8.-The ezhibition of the exchange for woman's at the Lenox Lyceum last niL tion tendered b the board of Thomas A. Edison. Among thcee present were Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cleveland and the HATTEiiON a CO, .Wl Central Ave.. f I AJtKLI. STEAM UEATIMG CO., KanuJacturtnoI Steam Heating Apparatus. ______Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. IT OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our speclaltiea: fine 10c; I'ullars, Jr.; Caffs. and Lace Curtaic ery. A W. 2u7 Mr. Morrill bri month 1 f ,K board of managers, among whom are i 1 from the per- Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, Mrs. George Hoad B' Job? Pawn, Mrs. C. R. Agnew, Mrs. Bristow Mrs p Coudert. Mrs. w. E, Dodge, and F B PhurUer The exhibition will be open until Among the mthsof January, February and March, le farm laborers of Anglesey have rebelled against the long hours which they compelled to work and have organized a Seneral strike. Hitherto they have averaged fourteen hours' labor a day and as they only demand a reduction to twelve hours the jus- tice of their grievance is apparent to every- body except their employers. The success of tne strikers is generally predicted. THI SITUATION t.v GERMANY. The Pall Mali Gazette, commenting on the situation m Uermany. says: "The point that concerns statesmen of other countries is not who directs the policy of Germany, but what course will it take' Prince Bismarck, though e could not always be interpreted with cer- tainty, represented In the main known ideas rommeiit which was the status quo.' a" bas plenty of ideas, but at prewnt his policy is known to the world at large only from his speeches. Between speeches and acts there w often a great gulf. The emperor has for instance, declared in the most positive lane that his chief aim is peace. So has every monarch and every statesman within the memory of the oldest diplomat. But ex- perience shows that it is one thing to aim ft peace and another thing to secure it. The difficulty comes when the choice has to ta made between this aim and some other aim NO. ILLEGALLAN0 GRANT. tacts and cm-uoBtaiicM oonwrnmg the ille- galissuei of u land patent, dated Noy i j for u- "cres of min- eral land in the Duluth land district of Min- nesota. This patent, if held to he legally ued, would convey the title to land said to very valuable, and its isnue at the when the question of ownership was pending before the secretary gave rise to unfavorable criticism, resulted in the investigation After reviewing the facts as presented ii the report the Secretary Xoble co, the uotion party who land office at on the afternoon of l8nd "t therefore adtLs the see- W. B, the land JLI k ho approved the AX (JNLICKY FiilM. ITS FAILURE BROUGHT ON BY AN AGENT'S DEFALCATION. Mr. Mllf.r Speculated t the Eitrnt of Son.' fflce entry and easy from States; th offl.-e, ,r. M. T. 'duty" and must be tne service of the it the recorder of the wusend, in tha conduct of It. Second Kiperlence of th. pal tn JTlwYoftK. April a-The announcement as made yesterday that George K. Sistan Sons, bankors. have failed. i Hilger. manager of the Philadel- of the firm, waa found to be abort -Mr. Hil-er ,ljed Saturday. This .and the Detroit defalcation of A. M. Stanton for a few years aim th falnation. Slstare'., sons' had been' in bust nes. forty years. A member flrm that the defalcation of the Philadel- [CHILDREN'S CARRI AGESi loi- one wl "'K an.l therefore lt joy thorn, fn a wonl. they an istak- .very re-pert, nothing roinain. wanting to ,uake tlm comtortablo carrtago in the mnrkoi in fore had TK a' eath, which March nave contro fn f-1 vius fiys m this case, Messrs. Harrison, Herring Were for HartnmS Mallet (Reed's grantees) theii wh, fh n the defaulter, nor nor What wan the caune of hi, death. No Best Fast Black Hosiery, warranted not ,-rook or A iifw and i'lil! uscortiiiont enables us to .rjv, you want in hosiery. Some new in l fimcy striped Hosiery very cheap. in Mon'.s and Boys Flannelette at I5.V A new line of Lulios' Fancy Tucked Apron, at Ifv. him; that the attor- mentof tbe Brm's affair, could be mad The firm expected to hadno outside of th and Lisle Hose at of practice and by their silence have spoke i to the gov. Boys' at falsifying his accounts, but the flrm recovered from this blow and continued to enjoy a high credit. rdered to be held up. ANNOUNCEMENT uitu- auiiiK uiner aim which happens by the force of circumstances to be incompatible with it For this reason time alone can restore the confidence which has been shaken by Prince Bismarck's retire- ment The emperor in his speech at the S8 HeW reassure the public. .Such a declaration will be joyfully for what it is worth, a quantiti night T Italians residing at WetPShn 7 IT hhore track from a jollification. When "ad a quarrel 'ni-es by a flst :I.PHIA, April S.-C. H. Needles manager for Sistaire's Sous, says he understands that the late Manager Killer i K., after a fort- night's illness. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. The Dem Carry Almo.t Kv.ryt.hlne. A Quiet which can only be determined b- ntity iy expcri- who h of pen unti o estimated thut the senate bill an annual house suLstitute would It wa May 15. lion by phonograph and those who chose to do so could listen pamiu. :Vr ..f Ohio protested i brmgmg a ,-f proportion and any member having thf Meeks Goes to b Its right to offer amendments. t Mr Springer entered the ing the -me objection. I IT R OCHM. E. Third n.. cor. of Buffalo M f ApH1 whowa, referee in the Flack bogus prcxwdings, and was sentenced to a "nth s imprisonment, but made applicati. a stay of proceetlings, abandoned the a month'.- for ap- court to and dealer ID Fine Bnota Jk Shoes HBHBY WULEB'S KEW STORE, 1U3 E Third st. Books. Stationery, Musical In- to pass a service pension bill -Mr. larsneyof Missouri saki the soldiers indiscriminate legislation which the skulking crowd on a Ievel the Lrave man. plication yesterday and asked the ,-uun v> Mm e out nia sentence without delay igress would have no! -e ma the Ffaok ease was fool- ence." A HARROW ESCAPE. An American named Matthews attempted to drop from a balloon by rho aid of a para- '1Ilnle losing his life. The balloon had r. .vhed a great height when Matthews made his leap but it not so high that the crowd of spi-taior, were not able to see that he had tangled in the cording of the air ship the balloon meanwhile" drifting awav.'w'hUe gradually descending. In this -.-ay Matthews was carried several miles and flnallv Inndeil Dn the peak of a roof, from which" h- kHe waa Tan-bed and bruised, but not seriously injured. hospital. to St. Luke's or B.et Pactory. BLEANS, April 8.-I he ste asf, anrl while there was a gn-nt deal of Wnal enthusiaRm there was not much political feeling. The Democratic ticket was elected with the exception ot Timothy Mai liner_v for the beet the __ "gar factory now under coustruction at J .Veb. She abo April 8-In tbe muni' hrou-ht upwards of tifty ton, of beet serf hm eve to tb" fu'' and for ,i T u at VVashinirton. Mr Hannkr.u uf Neb: VVashinjrtou 'h" the f. twn IKAM. April i-The mimicifwl A very vote 1 Tbe ,-ity ticket by about plurality, hut the E mihhcans twenty-two cmmcilmen fh V The bnanl edueatiou is still fjeinoc-ratic COT rvars. O April Democrat. Q( u. police ,-ommissioner; Henry Dorn, water works tnistee, and Olnhausen, streets. u ___ hiiiidrcds rntw for funenil p i will sell so thai to Ifilljlll A, fcrred who oan furnish n Home St., Rit.hmon.1, [rOUSar.'E-A'traci I ty, Kiomla, In tliu to., in M.-ino IJCH. suit piin-hawni Lurg He wished to oblige acted only by order of Papers evorythirg pertaining to a first cltss book' Scboo. Booka a specialty. ish but not criminaj. old friends and he Judge awkstaver. He does not waive his right appeal, and expects the judgment Vr v, him to te reyersed. but meanwhile Mr. Martin ..f Indiana suggestwl that the e "ubmit to the Judgment He 11 was mlled Up in order to prevent the amendments in behalf of the 1-ii.vs He would vote for the mi Con.e.ned by April correspondent of I ,lie of i he Tombs to serve out hia otion re- as a liei-s and Ire, win. The Times at Alexandria says that Stanl-v condemns tb. British East African company' for a lowing and Russian was at! men exbaoat. for mere pleasure the re- sources ,.f their territory. It would be far i ___ oetter to allow Germany to control the dis- hajj a stand by S "t.ll nsing. Hllcb 8llffisrina ih mn Le.ee Cntter. to be S-The river O, April s.-The Democrat, four out of five councilmen, trict. PrliM-e Albert Viet, :or at Curio. JB. TAH BPREN SON, Fire Lile, Accident and General ItuuracJK. Deal- ia Beat Estate and Loans, far'.icalar renu i Vf I PHAKKACT, 300 Central Avenue Hndqaartera lor Wall Paper PsJai oils, Ac. J. w, ion Center street, Mannfaelnrer and dealer in Uarness.SailO Hnilles. LolLars, Buffalo K HoraeOorera Gloves Mittens anil Sleigh K  aCHOLTES, f 17 Eaat Third street, raahionable Tailor. Gentlemen will and it to their advantage u> call on me before pnrrhasmi elsewhere. 33S Lion street General anppUm, Oil Cloins, Gruite Ware. A special Williams Pa.nt anil Monroerange. KBlllfO. aa blank-books, ledgers, an. all kindaoj blanks done at Dnokirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second st IkUDO iV Dcmler MOLDENHAUER. Cor. Third and Buffalo b in tiruite. Marble. Boikiina; Stone, Call on me tore ride- gaig anil 7007 walk. .It, ami 9 Eaat Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store for Family Use M'XAT. ___ Lion street, near the depot. Boartlng. sale, feed and Livery Stable Stabling by the da? or week on reasonable SAM J. 01FFOKD, Agent. Inauraace. Prompt attention givsn and aeUiax Real Eatate. Central Ave. (Ut General Insurance and iieal ttotau Fire, Lile. Accident, and Live despite the handicap of--wo which Daly received. Henry was the referee while Mr Matthew, again acted as marker. Averages -Daly Schaefer, 7-17. Highes Daly, IS; Schaefer. 106. g Two ReeoT.red. STRACrsB.- X. Y., April 8.-Charles Kversof thu> city and his consm. (Jeorge hjjton ot Bridgeport, went flshing on Oueida lake on t hnstmas morning. Their boat was atterward found overturned. The men were Albert Victor of Wales arrived here yesterday en mute India for England. He welcomed by Sir Eveyln Bury ,ithe, notal He will remain hore a few days before homeward. p -Mr Cannon of HlinoLs said that the pend- ing bill would place name, of soldSr, on he and he submitted no Of the retoge to for it. even th ugh it did not would like to see it suspend the rules and years, 1H9; nays, ST_ thirds in the affirmative The foil, suspensii neeessary two- SSS? I I'ould not waslotnd011 an ton. Tex. r Senate bill with an out the was recovered yesterday nn i _ J building at Hous- A SL Louis Dealer Embarrmaiwd ST. Lot-is, April 8.-Trading on 'chanee was greatly excited towards the close of th. members of the Merchants' itnjiKlu B amendment striking out the appropriation clause forapubli! budding at Saiiaa, Kan., at a of mittee of appropriatious, reported the legte- executive and judicial a; bill, and it was placed te Mr. Flower of N'ew York moved to All sorts of nimors are afloat, and it is said Mr Fraley will be obliged to make an assignment Mr ould not be in a position to 75 K. Third it, cor. Eicolsior Heat Market. Fresh, Salt an Smokeil Lani, Sauiajtes, Oysujrs am Pool try. vv ATCHES. JEWKLKT. Uiiy tiu! Aurora Railroad Watoh. a specialty. I-rank i. Stapf. SI E. Third SL to the meamrv came from a few members were opposed to the increase of salaries. The motion to suspend the rules failed The house then went into committee of the whole on the naval appropriation bill. Mr Uoutelle, chairman ot the committw. on naval made a the aggregate appropriation made by the bill compared with other bills. Without T ft. 105 plurality The Joint bal Tbis was Tl' and the TURF EVENTS. CUFTOW, N. J.. April and the track heavy vesterd Rudolph first. Slumber second. Brilliant third; time, Second race, mile: Planter first. Vevav 1. Student third; time. selling. TV furlongs: The Dalesman second. Romp third; race, the Harvard handicap, in Arkaii LITTLE ROCK, Ark "TLe Sit'mti0n he" 1 I here are manv hrnnira i.. UL nve councilmen water works tnistPe, and member of school boar, being great in heretofore The the for water works was .li'featal. o April s.-The Democrata the rannic-ipnl ticket their majority. The (wl J iierffltdi. A Strike Com prom Onr-Aon. April s._The com mittees by the rtrik..ra and masu-r held a four yestoi-Iay aftvrmwn, and, it is under pnu-ticnlly up matters so thai the ff, tl, or w 'lav at thi. latest The terms of the ment bljt jt lmlfr tiiMt K-niLs by the men are than those at first demand- 'II .in ivtiirn f. ii-which the abolish the class system among the work- ROOMS TO RENT In Hie MiTclmum H.'ink Wirtiwr r Krunk Mar. mail tor samples of new embroideries. Siu-li iv.mestu are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to samples wanted. State whether edir- ings, insertions or also what width and idea of the price. We have a stock of em- broideries that is second to none in the country and au- P-jnor to any in Buffalo. fiie money value we offer unparallerl. IWe are edgings from J of an inch to IK wide iu cambric, ja.-onet, SWISH muslin. .Matched HHtH iu different of.edging and insertion on all desirable of ma- terial. All-over variety. embroideries in feet for thirty- An f ig of the levee at Fork davit I 'f haa ma-Ieaml the t rated States of th" The Catfish crevasse is i.n feet wuie and still widening. time, Fourth John second, Juggler third- time" Siith rac-, mile: Madolin coi narnson second, T eot third; first, first, time, A Wrecked Crew en Board. steamer Alpha, men arrived here yesterday, sighted Sun- f0T4 MI "re disabled She Mgnalie, thut she did not awiiitanv New Orleans Races. av ay resulted as First race, i arian 1 1Ulle. Keenan Wa. In Canada. YORK. April and other h. here yesterday when argument was begun in against Aque.luct Contractors O'Brien 'or a share in their profits. The rose, and at p. m. adjourned. THE SENATK. race, mile: Tom Karl first loff second, Semaphore third: time. Third race, mile: LiJlv Lochiel first Fremont second. Miss Francis third tiraei Hardee second. Lady Fifth race, K mile: Frieudless m-sj. Tudor second, Buckler third; time. Mallnee Knee, Memphis MUMPHIS, Tenn., April S.-About 1 I persons attended the race matinee at gomerypark yesterday. The weather was' P g00d fair. mile: Too Sweet The Alpha-bring., the crew of the steamer Harrild. from Olasgnw for Jamaica, which was wrecked at TurW Island March "4 also the ,-rew of the brig Augusta, of uich was lost at Turk's Island, March Score of the Peds. PlTTSBCRfi, April s._The rare at 1 a. m. of the second day, ItJ-honr walk is fot lows: Hertv, llti miles; Wuerrero, 101- Nore- mac. Hi: Hart, 77: Moore, 121; Curtwriijht r 10S: 114; Howarth' Hegelman, 113: Day, 111: Koran Burns. 107; Nolan. 110; Hughes, TH E MARKETS. x'w York Money Market. April 7 iy: SI.'-IU rates. tor 80 105; 112; Cru- zier Ittl: Tracpy. B0: Glicfc, blbbons sT Barely, rt2; HoLske, 100; Tavlor, W Cart-' wnght lias left the track, sick. Mr. Morgan's Injuries Probably Fatal yew YORK, April 8.-Cablegrams re- ceived by the Morgan family state that Mr Juruus 8. Morgan, the aged banker, who was injured m a runaway accident at Monte not regained since the accident, and is in so low a condition that bat little hopes can be entertained for bis re- rinicr, Ji ill, f flni rk Produce Exchange. New YORK. April 7. I m-m yesterday Jl.dufij.4ou: super J ipring, CARL SCHAUER 159 East Third St., Has just rcci'ivc.1 a ftili line of season to any in the city, and at prievs that- will puy you to see him hefoi purchasing. i.anent, HARRISBURG, Pa., Aprils-United State, Dete-tive John O'Brien here TisteT in Jail Thomas, a with prisoner to Allegheny. wer., foirlv a.-tlve and shon-s coverel sharply in anticipation of No. :t do. closed strong lots closed .troni- s at No. a lulled. steamer railed, i "ere fairly active, L-losiuir No itlnL >0'" Spot BA.KLEV POliK yuiet: neur. new mess. as LADIES! ffyon want an easy and rorofort- shoe, with a iieavy one that will mite: Th'ird race, 1 milet Joe Walton Ernest second, Mamie A Rnmorp.1 Cyrlone. MIN-XEAPOLIS, April special to The Tribune from Burlington Is. sent at II last. ni0'ht sn It is l'eporte.1 here that Ilk. blown awav iiy a cydonf. All wires ulars can lw obtained1. -St.-a-ly :c-: ijiiiu rtat. bair nrkin rc 'Tejtmery. orfc eheuitaj- o i" the different widths from to inches. Specif lines of fijimbric edges at 5o, irM.and -oc per yard. ADAH, t. AHOBWUir. New goods for :u-e coining in muslin underwear wtock is complete, also the linen stock the cotton stook the white goods stock. By "complete" we mean they have all the .styles in this new the variety that the best purchasing facilities m the country can bring to- gether. fe The Winter stocks are of- fmng great bargains. never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Meldrum 4 Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, AMERICAS BLOCK. 3M-402 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO. N. Y. BiiflWIo Provision w Dead. -Mo- April 8.-fol. Winsl has about left Mr. Spooner, alao prii J of the majorityTeM'rt tkat Saunders and Pow.r, the ReiubUaS rlain.ants are entitled to tha seat finishing PBOFES8IONAU H. third; time, colt second, Euston third- Coffln Prunonand Inune. BBOOKLYS, April jnry after T. ROLPH, M. D., and Surgenn Lyun'a Druf Store. Avenue Telephone No. 9. Calls BUT be left at iron's. sane and returned her to asylum. n tne senate at adjourned. DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS keep j-o.irfett dry and warm, g pair of D. Armstrong Co's Hand Welt, common, sense shoes. ------They will please- you____ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer MAIK ST, K. V. DB4J.KR DC Diamonds, and Jewelry, Leather XXURA noto 4 ait, rsa rise. A COMPLETE LIKE or GOODS MAIS STREET, Ouponlte Invinois HoUL REWARD! Wlla. n! an .trfctly compluM with. tail u> Sugar Coatwl. Laneboui, containing .WPilto. a centa. Beware ol coun- tnrfclt. and imitations. The genuine maao- fMure.! only by JOBS C. WBST A CO. Sol.1 hy MoJrRoi's PHiKMACI. O kirk, H. r SORT fHE RIGHT ONES TOP" Made Qfiir GEO, A. MACBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH, PA AND ARh Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures.   

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