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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. REPRESENTATIVE DUNKIKK, N. Y, FRIDAY. APIUL H. THE SILVER QUKSTIOX 1USINESS HOUSES O'SCUSSED AT A MEETING AT SENA- -------------------------------------I TOR SHERMAN'S HOUSE. OF DUNKIRK Cnllmllid Cotnago MwtlnK With Great and Mcarare Providing for A SHOW KCLEMO XACHISE lor ruling of blanks ii the latest 'f lie Mechanical Department Approximating Adopted by to Pom "7 to Compro Likely to Wnt.rn nti ngfCom pan v. CHICARO, Apnl 11.-A special to The Herald from Washington savs- A meeting of the committee appointed by :oal aa.J Woo.1 YarU, the Republican caucus to consider the silver mtrai Avenoe. oppoaise Nickel Plate I question wax heM L All of Uar.1 and Soft Coal, I T, j last home of Lumber. Shmfr'w I.ath. Free senator hhernmn. Some progress was made Corre.ponneDce for wholesale low I but the bill to be presented to the cau.-ns was ____________________________: dedmtely determined on. One point has been clear du L Central A venae, o NO. AQRICULTURAL REPORT. _ General Averse, of Bread.tufT Croft. on Stock. j WAKHisriTnx, April The condition of winter wheat, on April as reported by the rtatiscian of the department of agriculture, averages for tha entire breadth. The general average for rye is fi. S. was late in the   withstand the usual vlcissi- j tudes of M.irrh. frosts have cut lown the growing plants quite generally. I ind in areas Che have j ATTACKED BY 1 MOB. THE CARLIST LEADER STONED BY HIS OPPONENTS. S.vx They Set Fire to the CarlUf Hob HODM aad Obstruct the '.V'.ikor the Firemen Mll.tii rjlle.l o.it and street" Mar-j an- Where rlje merit. fact rlia- r ar- reports of bysproirt- .-d grou-th in this region, are intict. great improve- d weather. The weil developed is with R. GITFORD. !Zl and 2B Central ATS. j has been made cleardurins; these I tai't "la; rrv ts ar" D. Artwtlc Fhotolfrapher. Instantaneous deliberations, thus that something verv 2SW-.3 b i approval of the senate wtttr anj tn8 SOWT1 devel. f id.y. and in DeoemJ-er an.i January from of the BLMJEKT-JAJIIS It 1 approval of the f The wor the caucus committee  interfering auoeiog at rotui nK burses a specialty. ETENINQ oamivEK. Largest Daily in tLe Conutv. An unequalled ailternoing medium. DUXKIBK EXSrXEEKtNO COMPA.M'. KoriPerij aellew A Popuie. Mannfarturttri uX knginca, Builera, Pulleyo Uaogers. etc. Patterns. Furirinmj. V, aiiu Machine Work to order. now. anu n.jw to reconcile them and the silver ad- I f'.rnia, 71. vocates as to prevent a split in the RepuljJ i of condirion of farm animate is the problem with which the I the a.- Horses 974- caucus committee is wrestling. Many of the i catt'e. '.'4.1: sheep. swine western silver men have a willing-1 percentage of new tti for a compronibse meftstire 'hey can be placed in the right attitude" be- fore their people: b.it. if the Democratic me vote solidly for tree r'oitinee it would'be I swine, )f f.irm animals bv or .jtherwi.se, as" esti- for cattle; The loi-Sfcs f and p.mit tary anth'.nties h.-iv- city and tue _ar The menii i-rs ,f til- volvers into the n.nv.1 three of tbe nosers. tempt to sfl.-k rlje Je--' preven'cci br tiie storeil shortly uf-. occupy aj] the poini Che rioters. the Entire Business. Au-ll Interferetu-e. The Ne Th.- to be atiiu-keii r'-'tn wmter of cattle mounmin "n the Pa.-iflc coast, whileTt is dirticiilt to get inf -rma-.ion from the ranches I political suicide to pi-event with their votes have been very haivy in the Northern i Oie ..-onaummatioo f...r the has J been workinz many The Repuhlii-an of the house hel.l a caucus last ni-ht consider party policy. The silver wns tuken up immwhately and at great length. During the a remarkable feeling in favor of GENERAL NEWS more aii'iproriM't.in that the receipts of the city aggregate at Vienna With the Pol'ce it LS ,-urtain That M.-ntuna. Idaho Washing- i ton, have lost I i coinage developed. prssent j tn hrrd- ami sn., one .-f remit. severe storms LosDOV Apnl I -The leima poi tjo and I vt.NKJKK 4H1KT -UK. m and i indi.-ations of anv value the house" U Center street, MaDufucturen at the v, nou.se "Cromwell" and "Kuaiirk" perfect tlttmn "ill join before long in passing a providing for free coinage. Mr. Conger of Ohio wan the first r. p XOOM.-V at tb" He explaine.1 the D. and Wi Lion street, "-1 He trM i. _ by Mr. Walker of Massachusetts. Mr non of Illinois. Mr McKinley of (Jhio Mr. Carter of Men f Ana. Mr t.'arter made ar..l !l..-k.s by thi. v, a winter which has been i raUwl east of the moun- j mdii.-ate the lean by ex- p..'-ur'-. tUe.-onntry, of more rian tims perte. in tul lurniaai ouaes in Dunkirk. r. TOOMEV, ut and UK Lion street. in Fluor. Feed. alt. Bale-i ftux, etc. Establubed, 14.7. hill j cattle on.1 still larger of i .the mi utter in.ibilitv of howl of i H'tnbie .-Incises, wh.jse j ir-t the fury of the ;nob is unt v.jn Ta-.fF--, the prr-si- nistenal an-1 mi ister j ,.-r-il j THE BILLIAHDISTS. an- i and i UOTEH. aad Uoiou JuU access w all trams and bus- Aeu utiuaes. Beat accooimo.tations lor Cam- aeroial Travelers. Joun J. Murphy. Pnjp. EtD-tUiS CO, f, ami E. TDird stri-ot. Vlae Furaiture. Cabinet Ware Cp- Picture FramiM made to onler. if D. JtATTESOJi CO., avl Central Avs of FasEuoa and ireaUemen CHICAGO. lames in t strong plea for free coinage. i The an.i senate silver bills were dis- "atti.u ..-assert at length. At fli-st the zenenil ten- lency aeemed ro be in favor of the house bill, j The view ever, that, it rtfteen 'ult with a t I AMKLJ. STEAM HEATTNO CO_ Huiafactoren ot ateam Healing Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. OBOE STEAM so diverse, how- that a committee of "il-i be nppointed to con- iVpiibllcan mem- bers of the d.-vise -ome mea-is that in a n >UUfe and to a he in the house on Monday nitf-ir. A to this effect was adopted ai'd the caucit, adjournoL G.JV- ernor Dmgley of Maine pn sided. HOUSE AND SENATE. Oereated Handicap T.io RiB for Him. April 11. played two; tournament! was against' r... the Brooklyn ex- i I lie ..-ontest was a very long and At the Of the twenty- -itth mn.ni- th- score was Duly. J.5. TL.-n tile f--.mier treated his j oent to a-i-.-.i. of the same medicine he ad- j 1UHUS.-...-...1 t.j Lieiser when he '.n 74 ...n "-en strings. He I a bunch, and shortlv after naiie.1 an of the interior. cot-i--.; m ior a -hare of public and .-er.s not .-ailing out the and pn n-i.rly -iippresKing the dtorder. Tbi? is made the more conspl.-uniis b- ;hi; fa." i-twt there are 40.00.. rroor- in the orv ser- vices could -vithi.i h Tbe now sided, bur rhere an- n )f the riormir '-n May when a i-'ivral h. day j meeting -.riil i-M. r.- the of shoi-t hours an 1 111- re r.nv. TERRIBLE Passengers of the D-iMi'i srearjer Aroca. who were iand.'.i ar terrible sutfenns. Manv i- n -y-idicnte of gumblers controls that in at -.11 r.-...-1-.-e.l cent. ...f r-r :h- t'n.tn in.ik- th.-ir if the money is pai-l. tile r., rhl. thl, -ii''.'.inil's liut 'f this rill per 11 sum estimuteil a.s hmh b p'l.'t tj> membt.rs of ;'or immunity I'n.rn immb.' but wh .if had I not familiar w.ti- the art, attracted by the n.'ivitv to The One II ST.-.-.-, Ji; land Approprlaclua BUI and Mon- April 11.-The house yes- terday went mt.. whole on the aaval anpropri ti. n bill. Mr. Herbert of Alabama offered an amend- ment providing for the construction of two instead of three coast line hurtle ships. His amendment, he said, was based on -lie ground that the L'nited States was r.x> ra idly in the construction of Kitrie shins The amenilment was r.i .Vj. Mr Peters of Kansas moved t.> strike nut the entire -lause for th" n.ivv He believed tliat th" I'lvsp-l Srat.-s had no Mr. O-Neill of offered an amendment permittin_ the secretary of the navy to have one of the new vessels built at the League island navy Ruled out on a point of or-ler. Mr. McArloo of New Jersey denied that th. _ _ specialties: Fine ghirta, lOc: tlollors, tc; aad Lace Free Deliv- ery. A W. Cummings. 2u7 (.enter jcreet. II B. OP.UM. E. Thiri at. cor. uf BulTulo Mtnuiecturer au.l Jeaier in F-.oe A Stioea HENRY WELLEB-S >1TW STORE, 108 E. Third dt. Books. Musical In- Papers i aad evarruui g peruiaiug 1.1 i flrst clue book r rales by Printing Company, 9 ana Iu E. second St. vict-jM.i.-l..- r- "olled up i the same. The score: Cacton. V Daly. i'vi. Averages: Catton. Oil-.-, s 04.00 Ten nnnutes Daly______ rteiser. He massed 4> pninta in the second in- -un? and lawr nii While i Daly had only picke.1 up 53 I m-i 1 Daly. 7 Heiser, d 1-L i and HeLser and plav and Ives were the contestants in a-t s jjaine of the billiard tourney. started iu f.-.rm and it, in tc sea in the teen- I :he early as if he would defeat Ives is easily as Schaef-i- had Wednesday night rim when [ves conared 71) buttons in the: mouth and is visited bv -f as if Slosson lost his heart' seekers daily. tti- .-..id in open boats ur.-il they wre rneir bones. A few of them were f-T'tina'- eM, W procure blankets in which .v-.p i selves, but even covurir, arT ji''ie.i I prote.-tion from the biri-ij nm.L. A PUBI.I. A public testinoni.il r..- and! crew of the Bntifh steamer U in j ti, i mi.. AI-I-I! -P.. Twecton, i-'.-i r -n National bank, has ivicn film a sum i.siy at from He hns ,i'.ne tn .l.v, .in .-ir.ied E-rh'er at North- F.II- ...me T-.veer.. n a wido in Ir.cul pro.ninem 113 ;u-e 1 t. ser. Schaefer and Catton i course of prt-pRrafi- n. an-i its will be made :he .n ot" f on board -b.p an.} Ti is in recopnlri a lay uiii was up i thorp --.a- :i wh" Tantrtl to the hHni which wrecke.1 l.i-riaiiii and war vessels. The i 'aliiore is n.-m H'ben SUvrban .'Ui'anal -.ea.njv. Deac mm, -o The scon- 11 who played rtatem him 37 points tc Slosson. 443. 30 3-22 r.r W H. VA> BfKEK SOS, FlTB. Lile, A.CCHICIU ami General Insaracja. Deaf- in Heal Estate Luine. Porlicalar uai'l (lie -Mre ol prupert? collect- Ac. -im Center at.. -Jnil door. ing ct- i naval aiiestion between cruisers and __! tattle ships; he said it was between high ar.d low free-board vessels, and he favored the lor Wall Paper Ac DKBKISS. J. W_ t. ceuter street, Maauiaclnrer nod dealer i n i bn.uea. LoUttrb. oips, Buffalo Hobes, HoraeCovera Mittenam.laieiati Kobes. 17 East Third street, able Geuuemen will aad it cc tbwr adrantage lo call on me before parcaaataz alwwhere- i B. CAKT CO.. laon atreau low free-brianl Cvpe. Mr. Cannon of Illinois said he feared that i those proposed to be built would be-1 obsolete before completion, I -Mr Lodge of Massachusetts. tc j the Samoan controversr. that if it had occurred when Germany was under its present guidance, passion and not reason i miiat have ruled, and we might; have found i ourselves plunged in naval war. Mr. of New York said he favored fortiKcatious rather than battle ships. I Mr. Vamlever ot Colorado thought the1 need of the United States was for an aggres- i sive navy and that it needed fleet cruisers I m of the entire ire i employes tr r er or ne-v !.-ov; an.i Boys on Strike. j April g-eneral smke of y-I ?n avenue fac- t I.-lss fa.-tories for more wages j in the air. Yester-inj- severty- j at the cork factory of Br--s A r-n. --truck, dpmimding ent.- a week. The strike j i- into idleness. There i Vbe are paid from Tr.. will advertise f.-r police prc- f.-. --f ar.d h.-uses joined the strike -f Hiimjltons and demand in-1 a-ivance of wair .tr..l b.1ys are affecr-r 1 hv the two strikes for the strike thacn-t en- ,-.f the blowers knew the signal was given General Lea.l.Oile.f'ainter'i i rather than battle ships. puea. Oil CluLha, Grat-te Ware. A special- dherwlu Williams Pai-itan.l MODroerauge. j sach as blank-books, ledgers, an J all kinds oi blanks dooe at Uuakirk Printing Company. a and 10 E. Second 5L BCDOLFB MOLDEXUAUER, Cor. Third aad Buffalo IMaler in Granite, Marble, -giag and Building atone. Call on me fora buying your tide- ISLET 7 aiut 9 East Front street- Whinty. Wines, Bran, lies. Liquor Store for family CM. Mr. Swwny of Connecticut advocated the development of the torpedo system. i On motion of Mr. pArngraph waa struck t. armored An Illinois fr for three battle snips the provision fiu' an ieft in the bill, i by Ifr. Adams of three low free-board defense vessels was lost. Mr. Peters of Kan- iaa withdrew his motion to strike our the en- tire clause. Several amendments were offered and ruled out and Hnally the bill was ordered reported favorably to the house. One thousand men Tlia Statrtnent. PHILADKLPHJA. April u.-About flftr the insolvent firm of John B i Co proprietors of the Astor mills I i'e.aware ,-ounty. held a meeting to take in reran! to protectins their iter.-sts. J.'r. Rhi.des the follow- statement of assets nnd liabilities: Liabil- OT; notes and open 'CToimts. rotal niiiis, machinery, farms and "ve stock. stook on hand. I assets. ?r..4.4W. The meeting seemed tout Em: to the erning the system of pn p; .rps on rue German fnmrier. which acti- n "ii; lowed by a simiJar .-.f lii.et the part "f France. A fire occurred ar M- Germany. fuily homeless. The says the me.7rjn rhe emperors of Germany am! will take place at b.; devote.1 in (treat part t" fensihility of rai'i.-ina the ..f powers. The water in the river Elbe is ;i: .n it has been at any season of rh.e v..iu- f, r many years. The trips .f th.'larger navipiting tl-.e river have lieen thi; n.-i unable to of the h ke -1-1.' tiie bill up and i un.iera call of was i- i- stroke and the canal t.it'ir -iii-ess in r. :.s shot in Tarn. n. tn a conflict f-; itriines. a prom- .iu t-v.- .lit and i of. the Among those mmpeting for the various were tbe very cream of txitli in speed an.i o( The hall WILS tttte.l up with telegraph wires, bat- teries, and sending and n..vivma; appariltus. and the matter rransnntte.1 ooul.l be benr'1 Ul over the room. Each t-nntestant u'iven five minutes in which to send as manv words ILS possible from a printe.1 forni Pi b-.es were awarded both for Ihe highest nii'iiU-r if wonLi transmitfel and fection with which the M.-rse were ma.1... A was jji operator 'he copy m n.- the matter as sent. Tbe afternoon wits Jevoteii Uj the .-lass nii.l the -..1.1 timers- class, the latter to those who have been ..purato for twenty live yenrs or over. Each .-o testant ha.l his or her partisans am.me the an.i WJH u-.-irnity rakm- the A deie of ot" the l..j-v- ,.1.1 tih.-y .Irt-JnrwJ that rbe interest in the rtlfnir an.i in fact that taken in the rweut bil- lill-'l tournajtleoL Jlr Fred ratlin, a veteran telegrapher, was mnr.air.-r nf the and the iu.lg.-s were Walter I' general ti; Prw. Tliomaa R Faltavall. A_'e: Ii. f H .well, tester of'th' ..m-e. Vork. nn.l "f th" Vnrk World. W Klectncal was -rarr-i-an'l Vr. ,r of rhe World wiii timer. The .-.-iitr butors Of tie ln _Andri-tvCiini.-jie. (ien. Thomas T. K.-kert. [V'trm-s A. Edison. Walter P. Phillips. I B i hmi.iler. the Tinted Press, the .Aiwu-mfvil Press. The The Electrical Review. The Age. the E. S. .1. H. Bunnell l.'o.. the WeRteri] Ewtrii- ,-oinpanv. the New Haven l'lock "omnmiy and F.. H. Johnson. Ihe rtrst in rbe afternoon WH.S in free to all. first prize. third. i-JO. Mis, Kittle B. ,.f >vw York nron rh" tirst prize. a.-1-.ls; Mis, Boll... M. Dennis ot secou.i ivonis. Miss E h. ,f third prize vord.s. Miss Ti'lie of York the sr.-cia; p.-ize of orTered bv the r'niteil Press for spee.1. Tbe st-.-ond oontest Litrlit-weiirlit .4: B..-I Fast P.ia.-k Ho-i, A UL-U- ami full ass.i ir for la.lir-.-im I u-nrr-int.'.! n.-! t-, cnal-i.-s t.i 'twill the Anything and Sliirts .-it oTc. 43c., mcy Tucketl Aprons at ci'hil.rateii Ferris Corsets mil nt lit ami 25c -.1.-., Colors SPECIAL U i Next in.null irt't ihe  ale W ATCHZa, JK1TELRY, BUT tbe Aorora Bepairmj; a specialfj. rVstapl. S E. Third rt. T MercaaaC Tailor. Central Avmuc R. T. SOLPH, M. D., Physician and Surgeon over Lycn'a Drug store. Kesi.tence, Central Avennc' Telephone .No. 9. Calls mar at LTOD'S. thought this was done to win the German- American vote. Dilatory tactics wer> adopted by tbe Republicans, some of whom ran out of the state house to leave rhu assembly without a quorum with the sheriff in full pursuit. Speaker Miller (Dem. i ex- panded Speaker Reed's absent members in she house adjourned. .U.-DermoTt. offered in the sum of but the Cnited -Srares nmmixioner i-pquired two bondsmen ia Pell was taken to LuJlow srreet jail, where he remain until bailed out. Families Poisoned. LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. April 1L_A report .-omes Browning Station. Franklin ounty. thiit rbe families of William Brown- Esines. comprising sixteen which, he he only in his furth. statement that the .irir.i i'ni exclusively to the SDI mously richer in evcn-tliin? rhmi rh- Am. zon forests. This is especially 'rue gardlo rubber, and the Amwinii become the reservoir of rLe and rh- bur-. ,1 Se.-u-.-fc sai.l 1115 T. mpe. April raak Tties, iny tiie t-. take over the 'a'-Mn'' Th. :Ui it jirowi n-.nnini; in the straits ;'i t.j jro till morning of the rrnnpe Capt. B-'-ynton's il Graves -iii-l at last .iivou.nd> X.j aiTest.s 11 kij-jwn who di.l the Drives will die. Me.. Am-il ll.-It l-.avins been rhiu had bvn burn at farm, rhe ex-ltwper o( a term in tiie county r., iirnares. had be.ic "irh. an .iuiciai searrh '.vas made i-.s ...r" r-.vo infanrs were -h-1 b irn -..f rhe itist tntion. f iim.le oth.'r which an.la rigid inves- -oi-ld. mg an.i i turkev. P, isoned by eating a it is wild of MM WmUa-n. I PrrrSBCBO, April score at 13iSO a. m. oT fifth day of Ibe U3-hour waft- ing match follows: Herty, 411 miles; Moore Hughes, 386; Noremac. 379: Howarth 319; Horaa, S50; Connors, 365; Golden. 353; Taylor, 2W; Fox 119; Goerrero, Cnv zier, 185; Nolan, 136; Barclay, 107. were reUeved by vomiting hot the others to be in a dving condition. CT, April of the tnd owners' convention having under .-on- sideration the government's land purchase bai, passed a that rhe measure ui its present form is most injurious to rhe in- terests of land owners, will fail to give the full measure of its advantages to the best class of tenants amending. Th-- fastest Vai.irn Trip. steamer llajes- i Liverpool April a, arrived made the quickest on I'.'ir: April 4. 421' miles: T. 412 rmles; XEW Y..HK. Me. I.'.IIIT. ir Ai.-.i iny m-hr ina-l.-.i-e and therefore requires i ''in r TThre h-s Death of MIT. YORIC. April Ferdinand An Election Content. Siw YORK. April Jersey Citv mayoralty election, which resulted in the i success of Orestes Cleveland, the Democratic nt" T" is to be contested. Mr. George P. j Perkins, the Republican candidate, was de-i fr fsatedbythe heavy Democratic majorities'; i_ _U.. i r-. J 1 B.. April vei-e.-ieniiioif their fiirni- i lie of a match and in an in- a i.i-izff. The ,.Ties of I L-hild artracteti Mrs. fi'Iiiteand the :i rhe seriously if A-Vartl. wife of the ei-broker now in Sing op in tbe First and Second aldermanic timg. die.1 yesterday at Stamford. Conn., of i distrieta. It is charged by the supporters uiii.imciaii.noi; the s.-ouiach. She was 35 1 Mr- Perkins that these majorities are fraud- years old. She 1-a.es a son IT years old. j he has consented, at their request more to serve in pruoD old. Ward has two a t in roloroilo. Wvo.. .Ipri; fiercest ir, y, acrosa f ti p t, rritory Wednes- all railroad trafflc -i: 01' fu Mr. Albert s. Ay res of the [.'rLtol Press. V.irlt. mm the first of hi-hest spwi and also the special prize ottered hy th" fnire.1 Prewi foi ixc-Mie.i.-e >f... l.'arlm of N-w V-.rk w.-n the prize of werp il. Eiten-.li.'r, words, andj. H. Dwieht, York. The next competition wna in class A. to ,'ill opemti -rs. First pria.' f third siv-in! prine of olTi-wi l.y tiie eTi.vllence .-onibine. speed Son.e of those in thb ix-s sent diirins the afternoon and some lurins1 the After all rhe contestants in thin cliiss ba.1 (inis.he.1 ir iva.s found i-nnosnibkt to de.-i.ie th.- wiDners. and the azrneil to an- ther (.rial which a d.-ul of time. The Huail-.- First prim.. H. B ILirtl'ord. Conn.. w.j-.-dM iemud M. of the mte.1 Press, York. 350 words; third prize, Frank  vho havn a record .'f sending .H'O words inside of eleven minutes. The first.prize of wus won by Frank L. '.'ail.n. York, who -enr -'.T I "words in the alloted time ,.f fl-.-e nun.ites. The second i-nze. was won by n" L. the I'ahfl Pi-ess, New York, 22) worris. and th.-third. by Frank English, York. words. The sfxH-ial prize offered by the United Press for exigence, ivjth was won by P. Eradt of the Press, N'ew York. -J1JU w.jrds. The prise by Messrs A B (.handier fatlin for the clearest reeardless of speed, was award- ed to s. Avers of the United Press New Yorv. and a similar prize offwd b those -j. nien to the receivinj.; oiierafco who nn.le rhe best pen and ink copy from W. L. transmission was taken b Thomas R. Taltava.ll. The decision in class A was reached only after Me-r.. Catlin. Gibson and ,w-ii hail cnmpeteii a w.-oud time. In his second trial Mr. Pollock sent two more than on his first trial. CARL SGHAUEB 59 East Third. St., PI d ;it to Miy in til. cit v, priors that will all' vou him rkri-t- of ;iu iiu-L t.. 18 [ncijr-s widr- in i-anilirio, jm.-oru.-r, nuin.fook ami >vviss mu.-iliii. .Muteiif.j in widths of r-tlirinrrami in.sfrtioa on all kin.U of ma- tcrial. All-over embroiiltTir-s ia variety. in tiu- widtli.s from lb inchfs to 60 inches. I i-ial of cambric r-dip-s .-it liic. 15cand All AH. ,t A.NOXK9W3T. rhis in daily. The nui.-liii is couijilpT..-. tiie liue-n the cotton and tht.- white goods stork. By we inejin ttu-y all tht- new in this season's all th.- variety that die facilities in col get hef. Winter are of tV ring great bargains. Ther-i never vvass a time whea you could trade hert- more untry ra.n bring to SPRINT. AND SLM- MER OF Adam, Mefdrum Anderson DRY GOODS, f arpats and Draperies, Bniins on Tap. EW HAVEX. Conn.. Apnl Yale i.T class has received from a Tiffln, firm a package of cin-jlani to be .ILstributed a the members of that class in which the flrm offers to famish essays, com positions, lebares. orations, stc., by the wholesale at efc ranging from 6) Their circu- lar, after giving tht details of the .scheme, follows: Tlisre are -itudeuts wiio te b.jth time and parental money in L'orsr- ng a hrain with nmterinl that is essentially- is foreign to that particular as saw- lust is t.. the human system. The larjrn pr.'duct ions that we have fur- isbc.l to the Lest jn the land have IVMI entire circular is ilfiie.1 Colchester. Roberts Co A Suicide. ?f. y., April 11.-Michael a fanner it Clintondale. committed ik'ide by R himself in the mouth the iilfet entering the brain. Despondency ver a horse deal by which he lo-t ISO, is sup. be tiie cause of the deal f.r Shops Horned. Xrw YOEK, April ll.-Tbe shops of the wis and Fowler Car BoiHing company in rooklvn were burned last niirht Loai 1200.000. Aboat 400 mea are wrjrk. outof I WE KAVK THEM IN PAT- ENT LEATHEtt an-1 BIUGHT DON'GOLA, WITH FAX ,Y COLORED OOZE TP.FX- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street. AMERICAN EI.O. K. HTRKET, LL'KFALO X. C. C. Penfold Mannfatturermd Importer, ST., T. DEALER in Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Silrrrware, t.eatber G.-J.U. CHIMNEYS BREAK? YOU GET THE WPOMC'SORT; THE RIGHT ONES MUED'PEARL TOPANDARE Madefy ay GEO A MACBETH i CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA, A COHPLSTE LCfB tjf HOLIDA Y GOODS 31AIN RTBEETT" Oppos.ce Hnati. REWARD! 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