Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 10, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

April 10, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York AW <VVA\A/NV AXA If roe ar# W*kin* S t*«r -**nt#thtr.g "*•*' Bi**** in th*- T lineal fin** 'ta-! jwtt. it *iU A bi Tour hr*t «»-i**r**«t to fan ~ i«a T th** (tutti r k Print) ti .« .. -a I ut it * w • h#»-dtATIONf, Kl rn every wrnti ll Me deaijm and • ,.*ttiitv' »utP'C R r* for ill** rvh f, r the po.ie f ir It man n »•**-»-it**-*. nod f**t|thr T ■nth#*#’ tn*i*. \\\\\, AWN A V \ Wf: fl iv** BK TTF.* F ACILITIES TUttn tnT j», 'AU*, UA i ou *u ,h* terr ta Pine Job We .ire Headquarter* inning !{.»«** ta Chaa* ntv for ’armit# «>tt* te-MgW* ill Pointing. ■*r*tu<ee«7 V\W\ XXX WWWWX XXXXX vol., xx. DUNKIRK. N. Y., THURSDAY. APRIL in. NO. is. HEP RESENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES AN OHIO SENSATION a young white G'Hu elopes wth A NEGRO WAfTER. THE acaOJMC EJECTION PROM WASHLWGTO*. * DCS r Rue TNT ST OHM MR. MATTHEWS CASK. 1 ZEZR-iXIE STCRE OF DUNKIRK I NEW HI 1.1't* MUHI>f for ruling A Ad.ki.-viA f '.liink* I- Ute maut a-id. bur «* h* Mr*-:.*rwcal Department tjv DunfcirhjPntthngf ««>*«' 4 LEX.iiDCKI Coe! erat W**i YBrl. TV A Central Avenue. opposite Wicket Pj*1* JepUt A.I grades of Her: and Ntft coni, BT .<) Lumber, Shingla* en I I-Aih. Pre* Ie Ut ,    cotTtsepoQ lence for wtaiee** **• •oncitvl. l> K. birroKI). ISS em! fiS Centre* Ave I >. Artistic Photographer. Ia*tenU«e>"U rhotogrmpft* of balnea e •penalty. 'liter* see*! ant «re*t for «iin»h.ne eicept for ta blea i>OOK HiMiKHV—J it an lav i Hr; J prietor, ><». W E. Oneoad street, near But* CMO tttrret. Dunkirk. S. I* Magazines, Ma dc, Pemp ..et«. em., boun.', a e aly J##. Orwr promptly aitemie'i to. AU work g uaranieed. Ii ritLUEK H CHIH MEKA HOISE. san central Arenae. IT mn Meet* em! retail stealer in Laporte*! en*! JOO).Jibe Cb ne. G.Aanware, A . q MR* Cmm »MiL a Ralls of I rmtltas ‘ Ham*# ta a Cal ors* Nu WA* BM w tiCH    ta    fltr    father's    H*ni-B«r Parents    Vnrty    CrmiH With Grief. Baa ng Padmaa Heroine* I out* COLUMB* a. O , A pm. # —A vpama. to Th# Diepat. n from Creatlin# O, rara. M a Campbell, the only daughter of Stewart a Campbell of the < ontmemtai hotel, left home 3 amt ***« and wan supposed to have (woe to Beman to mat fn#n<4* TW next (ar affeer s oer departure atm vt the hotel wa.ten. a entered man was aleo anteing and it is now knewn that they hath w*at. ta Cleveland and ware married.    M.e    Campbell    wa* one af the leailen    of    Creethne * b»wt    so :etv am! bein# an only daughter ami poser, ion# aa excellent li*po»uti.*o wee a particular fav«jr-It# Her parent# are well n g ft craned with grief over ’he vad and ena’ira, affair TW negro baa only been m ’he employ at the botel poop « eight ar now months. It ie aud ’bat Mr Campbell bae rare it od m latter from a;** daughter statin# that they w~re married and woiiid res.de m Clereiand VOUNG PADMAN INSANE * HA IT A I yl A MOTBX, i    Eaten,    Ii    per    lay. Livery and Board*n# I* table in connection Victor Euler, sue and ST Lion street. CUTT B.lMiam SHOP f    Cua».    Na*ie, Prop Lanier Lake shore >Adonai Bank, cornel Center and Tin rd streets. A Ane stock ai Foreign and Domestic i t gar*. a ui>kLl> A SUN, Vj    Sc    Center streeL Prarocai hone shoer a Par be alar aueutio*, .to!** ta interfering horses. Mowing of ron<: ai x trotting boraea a vpammltj. I) CNklKK Eti.vn . OBSERVER. Largest Daily in b e c linty. An aaeitoailed advertising me*ii mn. D I X MILK EM<1>EERINU COMPART. Formerly *tnf« A pupal#. ManuPm'torer«• of t*if.a«s. Wkri, Pui.ev-UiaXbug Hangers, en. Patterns, iorgiag* ja»cmg*. anti Ma* bine Work lo order. I v IX KIKE AMLET DL tun, W an J ii I/ Center strict, Manufa« lurers vt Ui* ‘Cromwell" an*! "buasn» perfect * nttiag if f na ifljra. On saie .a a*. tending iurii.aning, ’low.ag and lry guaU bouses *n Dona,rh. L) r. too wk1. I,    LH    I*.    :    ti'    I. Dealer tn Flour, Fee*!. Ait, Iteiad ILay.Phoe- hatas, etc..    _ Estabi.sne*!. ta«T. bKLA HOHL an ! Din ug sa!*urn, C u.on I Depot, huoij acres® to ai* ira. as and a awless bouses. U*-st s* « *.at:i>*»Xa.. na for Cam »«•'• ut* I’ravelers. J u J. Morpay, Prop. h- MLB. its A CO, i    <; iu : a r. Tan - - en Bi ae Furniture, Cabinet Ware an*! IT p-■ouiisir'.ag. Picture Frames made loonier. I U MATTUOS A to, AO Central Ava, icrs of I ssn.* u and cnsuVieuien uatdtter*. AKEL! STEAM HEATIXO DL ifcuufacturwr* d 'team fleabag Ai*psr»i,* Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty._ _£OMJ£ STEAM LACHDEI. cVur sntirialtlVT• r.ne Sh.rta. loc; l ei an, ; Luffs, vc, aud Lace Curtains. Free Deuv-y. A W Lu rn an aga, A/T Cen tar street £ BL OEHM, C. Third sc, our. of Buffalo s.iuLm lurer and <iea er in Fine    A    Shoes ORY WEILER SI NEW *»T«»KE. IIM I. a. Tu.r I sb ti*” Ss, 'bit. !.* r; ti-..-, a *n r.acut*. M.igitt •*•♦.. t i-.n ••*- P* "T’ *1 everything perbna.ng bi a trst class bo*»k Mra. be*iou* lysins a #poc.a*ty. OB PKI aTI^G of every desertpuon and it low est living rates by Dunkirk Printing compaa-, a and lo C. iw*c»»n«i St M. VAN BI RBIN A BON, Firs Life, Ace.dent and «Jenera* lasuracjk l>eu;-i in Hen* Estate and L*aos.    Par.ico*ax lac ben ga.*1 to tne c ire af prope«f coDert-i rents Ac. LIV Center *b. lad Boor. ■ ONEOK’S PM AKMAL A. SOO centra: Avenue •aquarter* for Web Paper Pa.n .a, A*’. iKKEIXA. J W , Ah Center air net. Canulae I iller aud .ea er ti llai ncas, Sa.1 .es, i4.es, boyars. Trunks.w h pa, B uff* > S' w. >r*e Qovem cloves Mi wens an*! h eigh Eoben. I stHOLTLL 17 East Th.ri street, summable Iaia>r. Denticsaen will in*l t to srVlTac tags to call on me before purchasing rn where- HEN, J KWEI.RT. AC. v the Aurora Eailroad Wahrb. ‘ Wpair-a# asonia.ty. ani r. ^tapf. s* X Third st HH KI K. Merchant Tailor, UH Cern ara! Avenue I’KO I BAdOkAb , T. BOLPH, M. D., **    Physic    tan    and Saxgeon Los over Lyon s Drug 'tore. Rest ience, C entral A venue' Telephone lo. A Chile ma« be left at Lvon a. B CART A CO., AIS Loon street tenet a, liar*, ware. W bite Laa*LDii*JP»nter** ^ pi tea, ‘A* cloths, Gnu. se Ware. A special* ii gherw.L w 11 llama Pa. et an*! Monroe range. RC LINO, such a* blank-books, ledgers, and , a,: kinds OI blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, I and Bl E. second st KC DOLPH MOLDEN MAC BIK. Cor. Third aud Buffa.-*' b Dewier in Granite. Marble.    giag    and Bai abn# iwo us. Call on mc . fore buying your •**!•-walk.      _ RISLET A LO.. 7 aa*! * East Front strweb Whisky, Vt .aes, Bran i.es. Genera Liquor Store for Family Cie. Hobart m rat, Lnm atreec near the ie pi A. Btmrding »Si«. Feed and Livery Stable. StaaTag by the lay or week on reaaonabm am I. oLFTOiU). All Centra, Are. Up I* stairs . Genera. I ..surance anti Ecai Est*:* snob Fire, Life, Accident, an** Lite stock Laurence. Prohi pt atren boc r f in hi buying id aeiang Earn Estate. Hssvy Horn in Pea say I vwaia. PrrrvBrmo. April IO—A ben vt min storm ceased ov#r western Pennjrv'rnBia vesterday. i Spncinl reports fr rn the surrounding country detail a general dams re fen fences and in inane instances buddings were destroyed. In this city the lama#* is principally to the sewer* and street improvements, which is sstimated at fully a million dot Ars Several wUTtv escaoes are reported, but so far as learned no lives were lost Na Mora Pris»»n Frintlsf A LB* vt April IB - 8uper*.nten*lent of Stales Prbsjos I At hr if* will todav annul the con trait mud# for printing at Sing Sn# pnsrm. The ream n I f this move »that Gen. Lmthmp was called upon by a delegation of printers from ail over tbs state, an i at their request he e**n du«i«*d to annul it at once To-day the order will be issued and the contractor will have to seek cedre* from the state    _ Shipwrecked PhilaOEI pwia. April IO —The vteamnhlp Cuba, fr’wn BluedeM. brought the artaln and eight of th# crew at the bark Heruaaand. from Port Natal for Progreneo The bark struck co M rant Kiev, March 2, and ne*’•ama a total wreck. rn br ^ IL Tbtr-i ah, nor Deer. c Meal Market. Fresn. >*.t aa*, tests. Lar ,, >*i.i»agee, • ’-v»u*r' aa-i Death af Irtitides Waieh. Pmii-*Drursi*. Aprti IO — Anwuirs Welch. the well known breeder of horses, formerly owner 'f the faroou' En! rn bel ta stock farm, •lied vesterday. aged 79 rearm. He retired from bual.lese some LOM ago GS Bt *•—WOSS CX sass Aa later eat!ag Fight Eadad. PMTI a BW! AMIA, April IO. — At yesterday's meeting of the Pend.ag boArd of mar Ager* Massm. Baer C ’aidwell and NhJpley resigoad. , an*! Messrs Th* mas Dolan. Henry 6 Gibaoa and A. A McLemi. ore prsmdent and general mara#*»r wsre elected rn their pin*-en This wan a -an*rii*e and weans to mas* Mr Corbin vt finger than ev#r It ■ wild the two managers wha were first ni-ked to resign in favor at Dolan ami (tibena dw iinad. Mr Barr will contin .# confhiential relatione ae counsel, and as -nanager -if the Read-I # Iron work*, end Messrs. Sh.ptey and Caid well w iii retain their active interest ta the mad It is he ev—i that the fifth member of th# vo» • * tni't will b# Mr Gibson. Mr Corbua will <»nti*iu# as pg*so*lent. despite ail rum* vs ta tne .•outrary Mr Caldwell anil Mr Gibson upa*>id exactly th# mm# interest, sn tbs’ *aere » no cam to th# new parte bv th# eie. ton of th# latter and th# resignation of the f irmer Mr Dr san ie | rarti*ial5y the only repro een’ative ax- I ’ * beii#v#d that Mr Corbih has a firmer grip than ever He bas alway* -aud he w**u. I w*rve n;v five year*, but ba may .’hangs ixia rn.od. ami if so it seem* probable now that be will be re-elected. Th# fight which has just .rnIm nato*I has been interesting, but it has never been con vuftently ex pin n-nl. because those roost UB-terested c#ntented ’hemsetve# with * ten yin# instead at uiakiiig Gatemen ta It Stews D*»«i THE SENATE »A«S€^ THE SILCOTT DEFALCATION BILL. fartbar Di^nmtM vt rh# k.xiUu* Kl#e-i i#w rw»* — Legate rte# Nemeses-y ts PrsfM* (Tunaase# frem Steailag late # th# (saslry—lh# M on se Pl*w«iss#s th# Ok late# s Taws Alt# and 0*h#r Billa. HR Grief Over *CrRkia#d's Death Tshsl soc#* His **)•#. BcrreLo April IO —Arthur C Falman, the young farm hand employed<>n Supervisor Zimmermati * farm near Tonawanda, who re-centlv 'h**t and killed his young friend. Man-Iv Strict la ad, acv-nten tally, came to police betel*ptarter* am Tuesday night alai visited iasictant Superintendent Cuxack. Mr Cusack noticed that something was decidedly wr-mg with Pad man TXe latter could not tell how ar why he cam# bere He sept repeating, ~I kiile«i bum. I kilted him." When the offi.-er* tried to sooth the poor fellow by telling bim not to werry any more. that it was not bi# fault, be enly answered. -Oh I have k ited him” Pad man then wen’ en to tell a wild story of bow he had gene u* ’he grave at Manlv Strickland and Twice attempted to commit suicute, but was prevented by Manly sud* leu J y appearing and Selling him Bot so to so I “They Bare ti sd bis grave with stones now * be continued, ’‘and ne -an not stop ne bow * . Mr Cusack locked the poor fellow xp over night for fear he we*lid injure faurr.self. and yesterday morning br Phelps pronounced aim insane Later he wan committed to the Insane aav luna. A Bait B vc# ti eg Prm»»nuj, April IO - The uadttcatio* are that th# Anenrau Fede-auon of Labor will ga. a a victorv over ’he Kmghta of Labor rn ta# baaepali band -ane A ounferenc# wts held between Sectary Scandrett of *h# Pittsburg National league 'Tub and th# ref*resentativ# of th# Musk a1 Pr*jt#,’tiv# um«m. The tester told the club official that the mem’en of the Great Wrfwtem band might be Knight# of Labor, but it wa* on ra-crd that they w#re expelled memhem from the Musical anion. I The test named organ aattoo. be wud. works in con junction wita the Amen. an F«e tetra-Cion of Labor, an    .ati-’n ten times stronger than th# anre powerful Knights at Labor. It loos* like a boycott either way, biut the dub management fav >r* the aiusical , mi I* in A Propeller Ashore. Buffalo. April It! —The pro pelter Cayuga attempted to go out of this harbor last night daring a heavy wind. She was light and her bow was so high out of water that it was im- . possible to keep #r head to the wind. She went aground at th# foot at Georgia street and tv stuck to fast ’hat it may be imposable to get her off without dredging She pounded badly #*i th# racks, and her bottom is th* si^ht to fc# senouely in june. I The Cavngm is on# of the finest vessels 'in th# Likes Sh# wa# I .ii lit Is vt year for th# Lehigh ane and is worth $200,000. She is -ornxnandedJby «'apt. Ed C’.*ndoo. »h*. bxs beau same tune in the Un# Lie#*. Hteele’s Fwalskesenr. W *sMTNHT v. Arr.. IO —The recvrd ie the Steele ' urt-nisrtjal *ntv# ie now m the hands of Maj ' ten. Schofield, os* Bg naiswd out «jf the cuetodv cf Ja.ige Adv#.*at# General Heber yeHardav Gen. Si n#fi#ki mul that the find:ngs of the court would bv ann*.un tai not later than to-day from his office. This fact settles .ne point: that La, that Lieut S’eel * wtli not b# du»: sseil. a* in that event the record would be piacwd aa the hands if Secretary Proctor and finally reteTi tee pram lent. Toe general impression ie that Lieut. Steel# will sunpiv be r**prn*Ande»i though he may be suspended for a brief period I lnnjM ta th# MeKialev BHL W *smv«iTo.N. April IO —The Republican members of the way* and means • •ramitte# have Ie* .-ted to wipe out th# section in th# McKintev bill increasing the duty on fin# linens and mc* rporating the present tar.ff provHKm in its plte-e Th# quewtioa of aiiopti :g fourteen in< b#e a* a itandard for fixing th# duty on imported glove* of th# finer grades wv <vjn.Md**re*1 bv th# conference. ami rn v,.t# on chs - I ag th# eertion covering them m the M iKautey bill rasulted In a tie. Th# matter went over pending further act ion. L delegati* *u representing the *iarpet am! aph* istery tna: i af a -t.. rers. appeare*! before the committee and asked that chende hangings be uaciuded rn the Mc-KLiatey bill ua*:#r a «f#*-;flc m'tea.1 of a general paragraph. Th# Illinois and M !*«»*•! ppi Usa si WjlSH!vc,tov Apr! IU —Th# «peaker laid be# wa the hi sine s e”er from toe sacrwtary of war traoemitt.ag a preLm narv report from th# -h.of engifleer* an»*o toe locatkm of the Illinois and M.a»i.wuppi •'anal, rn om-pi*ance w.*h a provision in the river and harbor act of Aug ll. isa» Cape W. L. Marshall, of the ct rps of engineer*, to whom this w tx wa- MSU ;cd. report# that th# totalled j ta na t ail construction ue-vseeiry to est#! - i nav%atioo ov#r this r»jute. will b# *ubo. * t***i on or tef re May* He irate# thai ti.* tete.led estimates for the wmtruc-taon of the anal will not d.ffer matenaUy from the estimatcaalready mbautted, namely th.    for    ’be    canal    and feeoer •*h»lle#hsff»f • Swi ad I ac Operation#. I** v’jpTOKI, Pa . April IO—An official «ta re men t sheers sixty claims, aggregating ITO.Til, ,n sum# ranging fn rn fido to I* KS! agaimt the abar* ndmg awyer and pchD-cian. J M nm# Shvilenberger His far aer puts m the I' 'laim. Caaw of ewvndhng by Noel ten iierger coufinu# ta he reported from eountrv mer^fcants. farmer# and other*, anil the labilities will probable amount ap to a much larger sum than ’hat above mentioned. It is <*fa’*-d that toe estate# of >he».ennerger » wif* cbiktren anti other relatives have suffered heavy iowea Tbs assets are meagre. Chained ta His Red. CmaAXJtarroN, W Ta. April IO.—Lewis Pauley who re*i«lee on Dav s creek, five ieIk* fr* rn tht' citv. was bitten by a mad tog ten daw af'' sn*! is now tied eemrely to ms ba*i, hav tit developeii vioicBt symptnma of h’-droph ut with u the past two deva He u» wat»’h*si by stnmg men both Jay and Light to prevent bin; fr rn injuring his famir. There it no hope for his recovery. A# Feet* oat it# (3 sac* Himself! PimSTBa. April IO —Peter Wei«haupt. tg**d SS year*, wig found u ar gins from a tree at Lettsdale When d -    *r*#(    life    wa# vx’m.’t. Some tun# aga he joined the &'oog> ut es and from that time he baa been to-'Douiient because. a*'coniing fen the tew* of •b»* society, be cn.ulii n*>t marry. This rayed pin bis mind until lte beearn# t«mporanly t inane _ • pinner* ow Strike Fall Rrvx*. Mass . April IO.—Th# spin- •er» at the Narrmgar.'ett milia struck yeeter-ay, clam .ng that th-y were overworked. The cfi! tai* say the trouble was caused by new mte-n.m-rv end ctrcumsTknews beyond ontrri. but that it will be rerue>iied rn a few lava The Spinner* union last night advised the striker* to return to work. A Repnoilcan Caucus. Wa*hin*.t*:-n. April IO.—Th# Repubhi'an 'amicus committee ai th# house has issued a .mil for a cnncus for tonight, to -^>mnder IUfficMDa of policy The Wuvl -rn silver biU, t is understood, will be the pnmupal topic considered, and the caucus is expected to de-•i*te the sttit ide toe majority will take with regard to it. •a**icgi#*t Chlneeaee Arrwsted. San Fiia.ncesco. April ID —Ten nnare rhine## were captured vseterday while #nter-tng the harbor in a fisherman» boat from Lower Californ a J E. Williams, owner of the boat, is also in *ma«oiiv. Fir. Randall Easter. Washington, April IO.—At a tee# hour Ret<■•Re retire Randall' condition bad changed but Utile He ie. however, easier thai: he wa# Tues*.ay m*ht, but still in ex •wedingly critical cotvktion. D. k NnrtM Dead Ro*'HE#tmil N Y . April I#.— D S. Morgan. president of th# Morgan Reaper company. died yesterday at his home in Brockport, aged TI rear*. He lsavas an estate valued at 9M.oijo.uao.  _ A New lFardea A sainted. NKW York. April IG.—Thomas Dunlap has Men appointed wanton of Ludlow street jail ax plte# of Dem# Ormy. who felted to fununh ne req * ared boud#. An Advance in Price*. FiTTNBimi. April IO,—A meeting of th# Western Assedat i n of Green Bi ttie Manufacturer* was held bere yeeteniay. Th# trad# was well represented. TTie price of fruit jar* was ativaacGi 19 per 'Nmt. A Colliery re Resume Wart. Aam did. Pa.. April IO.- The Merriam colliery will nr ;®« to-day given 400 ecu-iHw work after se-'ural week.- idlaur*a W ASBI*an n April IO - The Senate yea tem#* 'wmsateveii further toe Ii ii tana cfcc-tioa wa Mr. W,1mm at Iowa offered a reeolutioa. whs. ii was agreed to Ui*«tn*d ig ’be inm ■a,tie# on mterslate ramamn-v to inquire what Add t ama teg*eiaf:o •* necessary in reepert te dunmntet’or and ex •ancon ti* *~t# MMM prevent abusee new a*ie’mg in regard to tndiTMiu 'Ie and or*I — Th# ta Nise bill Appr • rutting OOO to SBvrvty ti#* rlfji'irafv or-asi«ned by th# to-fas< aU ri n tLe ■^•'v at ’he late -er »eant-at-amis vt rh# c uw vt* r#r,.rte*l from the eomnirtteeon appr>>|*r'a’; ne without Amend meow and passed The ae oats then. et I- A1 p cb rweumsd ooasi derat tan of tee Montana contested etec Oso caw end Mr Pugh continued hi* att lr meat n fmv#r of the DennA-ratK* claimant#— Msssr* Clark and MaginnL*# Mr Torp*e male an exteaded Argument ta srtoiii he isfended th# right af alien* to rot# rn Montana. He claimed that in no wow* were the county or territorial anvasser* yod*— af ee* non. The pn net wive bud down by tee am Jon tv vt the committee Mr Tarp ie spi'k# it a* ~tee J. g’na of electorial satoppaL* It wa* act entitled to ’re*teme or -egar'L At the coat-iiisi ii of Mr Tiirpies remark*. A dispute arow a-to the -ntmuano of the debate Mr Butter mcved ta go into exer-uttv# **-slim. hut the question wa' lecided .a the negative by a part* vnte No venatar being reads to atidrcm the *en-ate m the queeU'Mi. a ii i Tram ne as to when •h- *lebate should ekae arcae Mr Morgan •aking for more time and vat ng if tee quew-feton wa# to>-i*le*i on mere part,-aa grounds tee people w,<uid team to treat the senate with contempt and when it did so th# people would hav# marched m* r# than half the journey to* ani the destruction of rh# r*-peteilr. Th# Montana ss was ’ben laid *-i 'a and M r Hale • -ailed up the »Tuns## census enumeration hill. Mr. Hearvt said that hut lea and notion of legislation on the subject wa# the pawstge at a law that ••.-old exclude Chines# from coming to the country after a certain data, but would treat the Chin w * --ady here fairly Mr Mitchell agreed with Mr Hant a d toil re* I to have a law that would exclude all Chinese eX'ept nnetn'ner* of the diplomatic corps The bdl was further <b*cti*eed by M-eem Stewart. D> i’h. Hate Daws* and other*, (nit without action the senate at fi #>Ls’k edjtiumod Hr^fiLAND P*aa. HL, Agra IR-A term swept #v#r this stere it U# Tueedav night, doing heavy tocuag* to present Alt haugh only sn# persau wa- ajar I a number had oarvww carap*#. Th# wvnd wme from the #orthw«*t and the Dash of destruction was abr sit aa.' a mite wide. Th# Catholic , hur< h. a iarg# stnirTure. gmwe wa* bef or# ta# bia»t and fed a teapnwa a##» Th# bmises of M Rafferty and Maili Blotter which Adj- aaa th# church aa th*-wast. w*»ne n xt bk) wa over, their nr rupee t# ramping ic their night<-ioth«a The r**)f wa# lifted off Mrs. Coilia#' ran tone# and da.'hed into splinter* The ran ■tones Jci-upinl by C. Stoker and ho* family was unroofed ami Tin i s las lama •id. Mr Krwg**r * revid-iv'e suffered ■«;NJuur damage, and an old .adv in the h<wise wa* wnouaiy hurt by a large po*'# of wand which 'tru k bar ax th# vide. Put a ‘ uaamath -h p. a terge-sised tram# atructure. was 'arnwl twenty feet and toro to pu>c#a. The roof wa# bsiwn off th# grvswry stere of Thomas Evans, the building wa# badly mal ’ene*i and serious la mage was dime te hts stock. Th# front <xt Odd bergs stere wa# bioem in and the «ock scattered. The Central h* to! lost nearly all its blind# and wa# otherwise damaged. The front «d Mr*. Kearney's ■tore was cr -hod rn by the wind. and a large portion of her stock ruined. Oithu.liliags and fences all over the place were blown down. trees were prostrated, and the town wa# shaken up generally The iamage will probably reach Idi'.'W) *4C will probably ousteo FPOM the CABINET The Old NI An Killed H asself. Erxf. Pa. April IO—David Fogelbai'h of Summit township, an old man. about ta be cast 'vat by his faun Iv. went to the barn. *1-juefead a shorsjun and di-embow-U#d himself. Fogeibach and hoi wife lived on his srepaon s farm and. getting old. could ni>t work much. The step**-a r.f me.I his st *nfarner that the farm was aGwit to be rented He would take his tm ’• er and keep her. but ’he old man must take wire at himself. The thought preyed on his mind until he killed himself. C Art i vt” bt's A mend meat Defeated OTT av a, Ont April IO.—The ie! ate on the budget in parliament ended at t a rn. ’sir Rn ..Ani Cartwright'* amendment was iefeatod by a vote of 97 to fib The Liberals all voted t r unr*’r tc*l r#« iprorttr Mr Cartwright's am-n S o or pi A 'urally meant a ws.ie measure »f fr-** tra.te and ‘wiled up the ho i>e to address il* f t* abo ishmg or reducing the ’axe* now .rnposed on arti.-iae of i Tin me uece-.itv to farmer*, iruner*. fisnerineji and ail other producer# IN THE Hi*r«F.. WaSHIN#ton. April IO.—In the hcuae ye#-fee ria v the amate Amendment wa# nou-ci-n-currsd in to house bd. providing f r town ut# #ntne* for land ai Oklahoma. The speaker ha mg laid before the house •enate btlI tor the an Movement ami maintenance of the National Zoological park with house amend rent j*r.*viding that th# Deferiet of Columbia she. par half th# expense* with th# request from ’he senate for a conf-r-«'» Mr Md oma# of Misaoun move*! that th# bouse psceii# fr m its amendaie t. A lengthv debate eosu-d Mr McComas' motion finally wa* defeated—18 to 108 The house :n#L«ted on th# amendment and a conference wa# ordered The housw then went into I'ommi’tee on the wn#«e on the naval appropriation bill Mr. O'Neill of Pennsylvania offered an amendment appropriating tot* 'TOO to improve the Leag-ie Island navy yard. Lost—it to M. 8peekmg to a verbal amendment. Mr. Wilkinson of Loaxuana Aiv.swted the **stab-liefin.ent of a navy yard at Algiers. Im, Mr Lodge of Mamackosett# sa d ’he matter at e'tablishing a navy vari on the Gulf wa# under congiiJeratnm in the committee The claim* of Algiers, Pensacola. Port Royal and othar plat** were presented and w i th out coming to a coBcfo*i<j«L the conimit-tee roe# At fi o'clts'k the house a«ij<iumeiL For a N*w Custom Hoase. WaXHiNiiTON. April IO.—The house committee <wi public bu: Idmg* and tm Hinds yester Jar agreed en a bill providing for the erection of a new -ustoni house and appraiser*' ware bouse m New Y• >rk. The bill limit* the Amount to be paid for siree to KJ.OOO.’JUC and limits the cijst ai the building to 16.000,080 The secretary at the treasury is authorised to aril the prwnt custom house property at auction to th# highest bidder, for not teas than FA.ffekl.UDW The secretary ie also a;ith»'n#e*i. if he deems it pr yer, to appoint Av# cit! sen.' af the state of New York who shall be designated a# United Stares building c mmwwo-r* ami who shall be charged with the erection and eonstru<'ti<wi af the new custom house anti appraiser*' ware house The communion :# authorized to coo-trart far all material. iaG>r et used in th# construction of the*# building*. The committee struck out the pr» vision m the bill providing that the bm Ming* sh.iuld b# in the vicinity at each other A canadian elopement, Mr. Quintal Ria* Awa* With a W#w#a and Other frspU't Money. Ss* York. April IU — A Montreal dm-! patch ..ay'    I'a ie Amabel Quintal, th# Doyen .if the noteria' profeeniou of the pro-v . > cf Quebec, church warden of Notre Dam# an ex-preaideat of the St. J-en B#p-tijtfe encietv and Seigneur of St Bruno, a tit!- whi h ba# I—rended to hun from Louis <f France, ha# o*t the whole French popuia ti'-n ag* * by his flight to N-w York, accum- | pan led. it ie asserted by a pretty young bm-ne’T#. the wife at a ommer-iaJ Bra velar named B-auiieu. and vi< ’inuring bank# arni cre.iitor* to the extent .if nearly a quarter of a million. Quintal, who is 65 vear* -Ad, leave# a wif# and three daughter* bete nd. wha are totally unprowJed for, a# bef we leaving he iv said to aav# realuni on evary aval late!# varumy. j The heaviest Tsditor* are ’tee J aeq ion Carrier bank.    La    Banque    du    People. EM.i**). La Badque Villa Mane, tv ten) La j I Banque National, |!6.<kX). and Henri Dal bec, private banit-r i 12.OIB! To what extent th# poor French peark# aa the whi th -id# of the riv»r akre defrauded tun# aion# •’aa telL Quintal enjoyed their entire <*onfifi#noe He invected their Having* and •**teaved" their | taper and I'wned them mcnav generally Protest f <im Rawlsa St ode era Lkindcln. April IO.—Nm# Moscow *tu.ient» have written a long letter to Th*- Daily Tete graph, protesting against th# ’oi damnation of their mcvetnent# by that paper The writer* a-swrt the g' vemmant prewxibas exam, na (ton# which preseut difficulties impossible for th# students to overcome, ta# object 1 isong to prevent them from wcuring degrees. I Tbet further declare that, with the ame intention. 'ne 'tudents sr# allowed the great-est fmetiom, the police of the urn vat atty towns conniving at gambanj. dwmpatiou and other immoral practi.’e* among ’cern The * agitation, it ta stated, is burt aer directed towards wrtinng justice for the Jews. who are excluded from the universities The tetter asks The Telegraph to plead the 'aune of the students when th#y ar- in Siberia, waits sr they will probably be amt. Bis Head A rushed. Watkrtcwv. N Y April IO —Chartes Green, aged about ll year*, wa# playing brakeman with two companions on soma ar* tuat vlood on a tide track in this city. Half a d ten car* stood at one point on this track, and a# many m< re were two or three role away Between tbs two then# wa# a mule Th- b» y* uncoupled on# car and tee it run down th# grad# to the othar section, tw f the b- y* being on the -ar ta man the brakes, while young Green went to make xxv ‘ coupling Th-car -ame faster than he expected. He stopped to pick up the coupling I pin and rose just in time to hav# his fe-ed j caught between th# bumper* and rushed. Death resulted Lnstantiv Eve# Bu Friend* ar# fndtgwaat at Bi* Ar'K>a ta tH»r»f*ri(ln( the Qaee#’* ReeemsBvadstiAW—Brewer* I'rgleg Mr. Geeekes te Krait Part af the Duty on Best- Other Foreign News. London. April IO — As predicted informer dispatch## it w now asserted up»HS mqucs-Gonal ie authority that th# action of Home .Secretary Mar rn#w* ta th# <nm» at th# brother* Richard and Ge«*rg# Dav ms. th# former vt whom wa* hanged Tienday for killing his father, will b# mad# th# *ubj«rt of parliament di.wrussion ai an ear iv moment Th# fact that oat -vets the queen'* recommendation vt cteaseocv was j-erat i tie* i by Mr MArtnewi re Afer ai# determination to hang young Richard ha* deeply incensed thousands of th# teocn# secretary's politn'al sd aer-aes. Ami his obdurarv will cost him his amt in the ministry if his expulsion an p rn Ubly be brought about. Th# a-Don of th# brewer* ta urging Mr Qoachen. •hain'ellor of the exchequer, to remit a portion ai th# existing duty an beer i# -egarde.1 generally aa a hint which if it is not hee*ic*I will bs followed by the exercise of prsasur# too great for even the obatmate Mr Gow’hsn ta withstand. Already the *hancell>>r rn rerainded that Mr Gladstones second ministry, very much more strongly intrenched than the present government, wa# overthrown because of the attempt to impose additional taxaticm upon beer and the mme fate, *t ts predicted will befall Lord ^Salisbury's abinet if it shall persist in it# purpose to maintain the present duty on th# poor man * beverage Th# estate vt tha Ate /uniu# S. Morgan, th# Amrnctn banker » Mate! to be valued at $30.(kkll0n# Pierrepont Morgan his von. armed .a ’Se ■»teamer Teutonic, from New York, yesterday, and immediately left for Mont# • ark) by'pwia! tram, arrangemenfa hav mg been made for similar transportation the entire distance. A movement us on foot hi literary circtee lo endeavor to obtain th# r-tea*e vt Mm# Twhebrikova, who is in a Russian prison tar writing a threaten.ag tetter to th# cmr WRh tins end i# view th# various literary 'labs in London ar# preparing a joint meni-on.ai to tho •■■sr praying that the lady b# set at liberty and aa effort will bv mad# to w*» ur# rh# co-«>p#rati'>n the government in toe matter, though th# «uccem of th# latter movement » dtnibtfuL It. » *tated in R»ra that the coutnlHitions to Peter * pen<N» from Amerva during the veer I amounted to only ffi.GK) A «teamer sailed from Hamburg for Zan nb«r vester'iav with a ••argo <xf rail war iron, bridge material, arms. arum un: ti* hi. etc,, in resp*his# to a requisition from Maj. W isamac Emperor William ha* consented to open ’he coming exhibition at Bremen rn person TH# Accolent ta Mr. Morgan. London April IO —A thoroughly reliable •cctHint of ’be accident to Mr J 8 M organ at Monte I'arlo. which resulted in his death, state* that Mr Morgan wa* driving m a two horse Victoria fr*Hn Mont# Car!# to Beau lieu A* th# vehi< ,v was nearuig Es# a railway train pn-sed upon which Mr Morgan Ttswrved a frieod. Mr Spencer Brunton. Mr Brunion wave*! his hand and Mr Morgan stood up ai his earring# and returned the salute Before ne could r-sume his Asst the horse* shied and the near hors# broke a traof Mr M -rgaa ask rd the coachman what had happened, but bef ors the latter could reply the ’nrr ag* naonntei a heap at •tone* and Mr Morgan, losing hts bala-ncr wa* thrown out He will probably be buried in Loudon. [CHILDREN'S CAR RI AGES.I i-NF HK CeiebrRte*! I^iwninjr R, «*1 ninj? Bld k Sleeping < each is tak- V, mg thp li-ati. ii* a tiling of Utility, anil therefor** a joy forever for any one who them. In a wonl, thpy are perfection iii even’ re pert, ami nothing remain' wanting to mak* this the nnwt comfortable carnage in the market. Light-weight Ribbed Underwear for [adlet* an i children, at Sc, 9c„ IOC., I Dc., 20c., anci 4->c. Beet Fafit Black Ht^ierv. warranted not to crock or stain the feet. A new and full assortment enables Ufi to give you anything you want in hosiery. Some new styles in Indies plain, solid and fancy striped Hosiery very cheap. Novelties in Mens and Boy’a Flannelette Shirts at oTc., hic., Av., tvku A new line of Ladle- Fancy Tucked Aprons at loc.. 23c. and tSe. New line Ladies and .Misses celebrated Ferris Corsets and Waists. Gvntlemen's British and I.isle Hose at Id and 25e Boys* Waists at 23c. and    Boys*    Suspenders    9c    ,    Collars 9c. Eiovs’ Long Ribbed Black Hose, \h ERIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT N’OW - Ute lime for pr .rning y»ir    And _ j aim ha it rli (si urn** for tlxuz yourganloa#, r.srka And lawn#. Let ll >*» done by ah experienced gAnJener, AJ-d then call for V Ander-m^uiea Bnither *, corner Lag!# and -ev-nth streets.    _ A Semi month we get the finest And n*n**t roe* in hundred# VAneti*' fr<>cn Hoi!an»t. N ce weeping r-*s# fur funeral pisa and tuvny new shrubs sod ire *, ofter #/Hie at them which we will ach so < ft«ap that you must buy w»ui« at them. o TODD ART it « O Psu-I.t \r^m#y#,«r> 7th >»    d    I Pate&tOf- fiea. Paieau. caveat* and Ke I**ues w«rrl rrade Mxrk* register#*!. AM Patent bo*ia#s# condoned f*»r m*s!erate Fee*. I a form.* to >n. Advice and • pee tai reference* *ent on retjuest. IAI t. •CS'lil kl! a MONTH can be mad* •de.™ if    working fur us. Pervj’.* pre ferred who can famish a hor*# and give their whole •int ta the business.    are motten:.* may be p« oto- ahiy employed also. A taw vscant)e* in tow-* and cuie*. B.F. JOHNSON A CO., mon NGir, Sc. Richaooii. V a I NIR SALE —A tract at land in Maroa »n»-I' ty, F torii ta, in the ph*s»phate be . Large tnrsmail quanuu.* ta tail piinh.isem. fhi# sect *»b is growing m«*re raaidly than any "tiler part of the 'tate, tm'I* tad hoteis are tieing built and railroads projected. A goo*I auxiey miking iavaaf snt. Charge* M.mn, Kim Park. R<s:h«t»*er, >. Y TbeNjtfbrmon Eiders* Book I aa th Ad it.--arn. rn--. Cts* Cd mam< 4 mew. uftAAI W. B. Crc ack. KH MXtui KL. Mew I r* ROOMS TO RENT la the Men*hants Bank Budding Inquire of lf Jacob W.rtaer *>r Frank Mu.. Only the Jew* Ill-f ted. YntXNa. April IO.—Th# mute taken by the noter* nu Tuesday, who are #ti!l disorder!* but kept under cubjertioo by th# poi>o«, » market! bv a litter of broken furniture, glass. wood. rvok-ry. etr . min^l-ii with various article* of food and rn fa»” airru#>t -verythmg p#rt*hahte Many -hops dtvplav-d pla»-arda y-steriav beenn^th- iiiA’Ttpti—; “This *hop leloug* to a I hr oh lari ” Every part at the city inhabited bv the lower •>ia>ses bear* #vi-'W* of disorder, and the inscriptions od the ♦hop doorv together with th# fact that only Jew* have been plundered, testifle* to th# ahti~*#«r.itic '’haras ter of th# disturbance Th# trade* union* and *on«ti«s protest that the noters have no connection in any way with the striker*: CARL SCHAUER 159 East Third St.. lf A* jufit rtefiv«il a full im*? of u Hi How* Agrieattnrel Cnamltt*#. Washington, April IO—Th# house coro-mitte# on ngrh iilfeuie hean! A. Grave* of the Gaorgim Agricuitunu sssoiMat on, and J P Jon#*, ref recent mg *col» red planter* of Anc anas# both ok>red. who mad# argumentrn agaloat the compound lard bill Charte* Con nee!man and Marrav Neison of chs Charac* Board of Trad- addressed the committee to opposition to the snti-^ptiou bdl. They mid the prtp»wed law would sap# •ut tegitimate a# well ae ilJegiriTtiace trm>ie If th# farmer of Kansas and N-hra*ka *bould ■ell direct to the <N»*umer. ai* Mr Butter-worth proposed, he aud. he woulti not bs receiving S cent* a bushel f t hi* grain. Men like f&em*-ive* b-lped the farmer bv advancing him money ob hi* cr*p Mr C« unseL man said that bucket shops and Q»t the Board at Trade had operated to depress agriculture __ Oil Men’s Meeting. Nxw Yon*. April IO.—The repressntati*ne of th# vinous oil exchange* r— onv-’nei in the CoRMoixiated Ex ’bange budding yesterday Resolutions mmiatmg the matter and manner of trading rn pip# line ertiricate* to the governing committee if ’he frgi nPrinted Exchange, subject to ratification by the tner fexchangss, were unar.imousiy ad-pta*I Th# ioTvniorv at the CoGacu<iated Ex. Lange will dharuss the subject today Knahoio mew Eat * Pa. Apa! 14 — Wiimm H Bar-thoiotaew the murderer of Aaron W DiJ-Iiard, was hanged n ’he jail here vesterday j His neck was br oken. Bartholorrww and Mr*. DiL.ard war# intimate, and they roo-rooted a plot to get rid of Ehlliard. Bar th lie mew one night disturbed the chicfcsa# which roosted on a tree e .r Diliiard * houaa. an i Mr*. Dil.tord. by a j.r-armag#d plan. tent her husband out to *ee what was the matter Barfehoi *#w ’hen shot him and he fell fiend at his wu- «* feet. Mr*. Diliiard. m f Mer to o»v« her neck, made a ar   aim at. i is now ort tag a bf# sentence in the penitentiary _• Baa nd ta KUI HiassaU CmruntA. Mica April IO —Jacob Wanter, aged A* rommitteti sc unde hers by cutting his throat sud abdomen with a raxor then shooting h.m.'elf near the heart and finally taking Paris gr-en. After cutting himself. severing th# windpipe, he put the rmaor into a tiling, sad after the 'hooting he put the revolver under the bed. Two year* age Wuniter* wife committed suicide by sitting on ’he railroad and betag struck by a tram. Since then he has shown symptoais vt insanity. _ The Cashier chipped. Fe ET Mena AN, Oak*.. April HF —The Bank of Fort Morgan aategnad Tuesday. Anan are paced at $*- xvi liabilities. Odt. JOO Thev* wa# on iieponit I' 7,000 at county fnnds There was no money in toe safe when th# a#-tigv-e took charg# bash tor Bartlett left Fort Morgan last Thursday for Denver fee '•‘sure ’urrencv. and ail that has been Beard from h.m has been several -heck* drawn am D> aver banks, which, of coarse, were out ' tai l__ T# Extend the Modi* Y.veadi. OTTA WX, April I! —Th# Canadian .'abote t has decided to extend the modo.* vivendi tor the coming fishing season. The am tea bk ma a rat in » uich toe .herr -*w* of Canute • ere arned out last year, owing to ta* general ac-eptanc# of the modus vi veno arrangement by the New Flag'and fisher num. and toe prospect at an early rswmp-ti n of the negotiations in reference to the setttefr.ent at the Atlantic fi.saer-.ee 4«pute, nave i dnceii th# g#vernment to take this step Th# Knit as an Antiquarian. Bxar.rx April IO —The •mper’ir has pur ('hased Eidih/smbarg’* valuable colte ti on of antiquities, dating fr«m th# fourth to the eigh’h century, ani discover#d near Reich»-raii. for th# Bertin Ethnological museum. 'wgmG •#*    *»*•••♦•*•    a* J 9' •• vk a vs aaa Ii* a*1 * Equal to kny in the city, and at priced that will pay you to *#-«* him bffoi at ptirchaijing. A CelebrmmI Pni#r#r Die*. Pa RJN. April IO. — Hector Hanolean. the roiebrated French painter, is dea«i. age*! HT TURF EVENTS. Cli ft aa Races. Cijftox, N. J., April IO.—Track slow owing to the heavy rain. The attendant's wa* Ugnt First rare, selling. % miles. Y’enge#n<’# first, Student ssisind. Vevav third. Uni#. lfi»H Se** sui raoe. selling. I mil# Sparling first. Gendarme wet Hid, Gen. Gordon third. tune. tiffin Raveller third. Buffalo, N. V, We have frequent request* I by ruail for samples of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleafiHil to receire, but we be*g to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. Stat*- whether e«lkr* ings, inst-rtions or flouncing*, also what width and some idea of the price. We have a st«K*k of embroideries that ifi fie«‘ond to none in the country and su-I perior to any in Buffalo. The money value we offer is simply unparalled. Th ere are edging* from ^ of an inch to IX inches wide in I cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in | great variety. Flouncing* in the different widths from 1>< inches to *>0 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at .>c, I * h\ I2^e, 15c and 25c per yard. ADAN, MELIK rn A A NBB HMN*. New goods for this season are coming in daily. The ! muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stuck and the white goods stock. Bv “complete” we mean they have all the new styles in this seasons new goods—all the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. The Winter stocks are of bring great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advantageously. hand.•'ap, ?*>q Hark tei’ond. au> k Arn. Little Jim •teroad time. 2:40'-v Fourth rata. th# Prtnrehnn furlongs Spte’iaity first. C Grimaldi thini: tune, I JOS Fifth rm*’#. telling, ^ Dilia: Emily Carter first. Enola wrend. Contessa lilly third, tim# 5194 Sixth rara, Qwru-rV Baadft % mile A ib#ruA -ie first. Dofigan ateotid Allan Ar#her ’biri tim#. 1:31 LADIES! If you want an easy and comfort able thoe, with a heavy <w>fe. one that will Adam, fvlelcftum i Anderson DRY’ GOODS. Carpets and Draperies, Rookttkuiri Hxttonenr, AN CRK AN BLO* K. :hh;-4oj main st it let, BUFFALO. N \ *h»rk#i Rttteateaevd Coll'MBCn, O.. April IO.—Earner E Sharkey wa* n»tumed so th# annex vwterday ond#r senteci’# to be hanged Friday. Aug. L Sharkey wa# -wntenced from Prep#! rounty fur th# murder of hts mother, but bung grunted a new tria. wa# taken to Hamilton am a change at v#n*t# and a A#cond urn# found gm-ty of mar Jar in th# first degree. Ihin mak#s to# fifth murderer ic the acne*. I H*ch*rgl ng th* ( •akurton. PtttnbcEG. April lh.—A quart but <y*c#m-Atle imrharg# of th# old <’oaiutcn of th# < Penmylvania ct he pally bai been going am lar ♦oui# tun# And on T aoeday th# remaining three of a round >i >z#n w#r# 4#cmpitat#d. Th# wuu# w«#iii i g eat to g#Log aa hetweee Crmstlxov and ■ 'ax ago and Picwbug and Cincinnati, though ch# offi-tai# ah—hi tai t refute ta give any r*a#ociB for (finer #fOna. New OrfMn* Race*. New Orlra.sn. Anni IO — Fi-*t rec# y*#-terdny. S mil#: Vattell first. Peanut *econ<l. R#gmrdlesa third. timto. I DU. >t*<f)nd rac#. \ mil# Maggi# B flr*t. 8ko-brioff *#ron<L Hanry Ireland third. tim#. LIS Third race *% nui# Puente first. Mum Francis *c»>nd. 8chuoi Girl third; tun#. I ^E. Fourth rte’#, % mil# Ormi# first. Ruby teCiHvl. Ja k Cork.* Third; tim#. I 29. Fifth rare. I 1-W nail#* To*ior first, Bu<”k t#r tec*>nd. Boanto King third, tuna, 1:40^ Cyclone la |!»k*aa. Colcrbcb. Ga, April9.—A cv'doo# from the VV est v .sited thia * itv veHtor'lay. deaooi-ishmg the Llectri'' Li^ut -ora,.any'* b*itiding. th# machinery was damagad and th# light# w#r# all cxtlngt.i*b#*L Several house* were unroofed. Rain and bail fell Th# -torrn wa# very severe to eastern Ala!ama. C. 0. Penfold Manufacturer and Iinportrr, 3«4 M AIN HT.. Kl PF.41.0, N. f. dralrr in Diamond*,    Watches and Jewelry, af !, lock#. Hiiv^-war#. Leather Good*, etc. k^ep yoar feet dry g«d warai, a pair of D. Arm^troag dr Co’s Hand Welt. common sense shoes. KS a RA VIS ft, GOLD f HL V KR PLA TIS 9 They will please you-- SULLIVAN & SON 213 Centre Street, a complete line up HOLIDAY GOODS 3(94 MAIN STREET, Oviwaiia (rn#non Botel Ta Ewyitti Idla Mlaar*. WujcRa-BARRR, Pa. April IO —Th# city council ha# authonaeil th# «anp4oymrnt of idle ecu am rn breaking «ton# and dcin? othar ♦tire#* work until th# rn.aaa rennin# $c00 REWARD! W fc will pay th# agit# re war I for ac ▼ -an# at Liver Complaint, Dr*pep#la, Sick Headache, ladigeatioo, ( on* ti pai.ua or Coati re ne*# wa cab sot cure with Wnt’s Vegetable Liver rillM, whea the direetoona are scnctiy c*«»pd#d with. The. are purely Vegetal;,#, *ad never fail to g:r* 'XL "faction Sugar Coated Large bo aaa. containing » Pill*. 28 'tonta Beware it wa*Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. m'ourLAMP CHIMNEYS8"1*11’ I " ?* YOU CET THE WROMCkSOPT; THE RICHT ONES a tm* PEA RL TOP - r Mi# aly b GEO' *■ MACBETH k CO.. PITTSBURGH. PA * ‘ *1 «. ' to ;