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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, TUESDAY, APRIL 15. 1890. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 4 KBIT BttUNO MACHINE lor ruling n. all kinds of blanks is the latest audition if be Mechanical Department ot 4 LECAlf DKK'S Coal and Wood A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate depot All grades ol Hard and Bon Coal, mber. Shingles and Lath. Free wholesale FKOM WASHINGTON. MB. PLUMB'S NEW BILL TO EXPAND THE CIUCULATION. Point. O.t Defects ta Prasent Pla.xo. and Off.i H.auwly for Th.M B..olntlon. Mt.tlog.. WASHIKOTOH, April tbe senate yesterday chaplain, Dr. Butler, in bis IB list B. OITFOBD, zzs ana MS Central Aye D. Arfcstic Photographer. Instantaneoai Photographs Babies a s need not babies. wait for sunshine except lor BOOK BINDERY-JAMM IHVINO, Pro- prietor. No. 16 E. Second street, near Bui- laloatreet. bunklrk, N. T. Magazines, Me, nc. Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Orelerf promptly attended to. All work goaranteeel. DUHCmEK'B CROCKER? HOUSE, D 808 Central avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in In ported anil 3omeatic China. Glassware. Ac. HOTKL, Bates, per day. Li very and Boarding Stable in connection Victor Kilter, 385 and 837 Lion street. f I1TT BARBER SHOP V Nagle, Prop. Lake Snore National dank, cornc geuter and Third streets. A One stock o foreign anil Domestic Ugan. soy, Mb Center street, .JiSf hone-ehoers. Particular attention D EVKJTINO OBSERVER. Largest Dully In the Comity. An uaequalliM] advertising medium. KNOINEEKIlsd COMI'ANr. Konnerly Sellew A Popple. WDlaclureri, at Engines, Boilers, Pulleys Shafting Hangers, etc. Castings, ami Machine e Work to order. IUNK1KK SH1KT CO., m, 209 and W, JLJ Center streel, Maneifucuirers ol the and "Dunkirk" perfect fltunt Dress Shirts, On sale in all leading Jurnidtiing, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. Dr. TOOMET, 434 and 436 Lion street, Baled Hay, Phos Established, 1877. hfa epenlng prayer, alluded tenderly to the death of Mr. Randall and Invoked divine bleaelng and comfort on his bereaved family Mr. Plumb introduced a bill intended to eipoud the circulation, which referred to the finance committee. bill provides that the money requ red to be deported fo the redemption ef the national bank circula- tion shall be covered Into the treasury and treated as funds available f.r the reduction of tue public debt and for the current ex- penses of the government; that all funds held for tbe payment of the matured debt and interest due, and unpaid, shall be similarly treated, and tfiat hereafter BO funds availa- ble above the sum of shall be re- tained in the treasury. This is not to be con- strued, permanently diminishing the fund of now held for the re- domption of treasury notes He. said that there was less than seven luudred millions of dollars ot circulation for the use of toe of the United States not more than per capita The system of flnauce that had been built up and maintained and brought about the re- eult, had ita merite and it had its great de- fects. One of the greatest of. those defects was the compulsory holding in the treasury ot that very large sum of mone-on the RAILROADS AT WAR. Th. Heading tfc, fn- of Contract. Pnii.ABKi.rHLA, April Suit was begun yesterday by the i'biladelphia and Heading Railroad company against the Pennsylvania Kailread company by filing against the latter a bill in eejuity in which F. Walker of Chiejigo. chairman of the Interstate Rail- way association, is named as co defendant By this action tbe Reading company seeks to compel the Pennsylvania road to surrender for cancellation an agreement made by these two compnnieb in reference to a division of coal traffic, to secure a declaring tke agreement void and to restrain Mr. Walker from making a transfer under the agree- ment. By the agreement in consideration that the Pennsylvania would not antagonise -ho Reading the latter was to supply the Valley railroad ton, of anthracite traffic annually The Pennsylvania claims damages and appointed Mr. Walker to arbitrate the appoint an ar- Ihe Reading was asked to woa tb. to Stop the arbitration tlfgM tlle suit There are n, ditferene-es between the two w.ll robably testimony. the Pennsylvania Railroad J it was stated that th, Pennsylvania had iH-ed Up to jn f W hen the Heading was m the hands of a re- tbe help of bonking house, was a reorganizaMon, sjlvamawas ai-pcaled to, to preserve har- nony, and ,t was only by reason of the help edbyth. Pennsylvania that the t of banking was obtained for the leading reorganization. Now that the Read- ng is on its feet again it feels more iude- the EK1E HOTKL and LlmlnK Saloon, Union pcuot. Kasj access to all trains unel biie- ineu houses. Best acoommodatiems for nercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, I'rop. ElILKIW CO., and E Toird street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware urn! Up- aolatermg. Picture Frames muele to oreler. D. HATTESON CO.. 301 Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen OutdtUira. j I AKKLI. STEAM UEATINO CO., Steam Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plnmbing a Specialty. tion. OHE STEAM LAUNURV. 5nr specialties: Fine Shirts, We; Collar.. Jo; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A W. Camming., Center street. IT R. OEHM. E. Third St., cor. of Buffalo Uanulitcturer and dealer i n Fine Boots A Shoes HKHHT WEILER'S MEW STORE, 10S G Third Books, stationery, Musical In- and nerythip Paper and nerythipg loaflrat oUss tool' etore. 8choo.IiookeafpL-c.alty. JOB FKLNT1NG at every description anil at lowont living rates by Dunkirk. Printing Company, 8 aud 10 E. Second St. JB. TAM BUKEN a SON, Pirn. Lile Accident and General Inanranoe. Deal- era in Real Estate and Loiinn. 1'arliculai altouoon pain to itie care ol property collect- ing rente 219 Center it., ind floor. theory that it was needed (a theory confuted py every known fact) and on the further theory that tbe secretary of the treasury was to be th. arbiter of the financial questions of the people. It had been stated in the public repoitsthat ju pur.-uanw. of policy of controlling the finances of the country the i-retary of the treasury had contracted the currency during the mouth of February over Mr Plumb believed that that .....UJD of money in the treasury and that Patterns, on the part of th. secretary to do what might have been ewic. proper, but I which now constitutes a menace to the biiti- ness of the country, ought to be prohibited by law. Prom every quarter there wns abundant evidence that the pubic needed money for the transaction of its business, and that this money in the treasury sheiuld b. disbursed For Hll useful purposes it might as well b. in the bottom of the >ea as in the treasury Uak Th. business of the country was languishing. W New enterprises were withheld-old enter- prises were struggling to keep on their feet And there was dread anel terror and appre- hension where there ought to be hopefulness helpfulness and enterprise. This condition of things continue until the remeely was attained, and that remedy could only eome by legislation be.-nuse legislation, coin- exec.itivo action, hail brought the country to where it is. Mr. Hoar said that his notice about the Montana cose would be applicable to-day. The message from tho i announdno- the de-ath of Mr. Randall and the appoint ment of a committee to attend hi.s funeral having been presented and read, Mr, Cam- eron rose aud in a voice tremulous with emotion, said: "Mr. he announcement just mode of the death of mv distinguished col- league, Mr. Kandall, will produce sincere sorrow ID the heart of ovary member of this senate, irrespective of party. I offer the fol- lowing lenolu Resolveel, That the senate lia. heard with r.-Kret aid profrun.l sorrow th. announcement I of tSe death or the Hon. Samuel Jackson Kan- l dall, representative irora the state of Pennsyl- vania Kesolred. That the mutate con-urs in the reso- lution of the hou-e of for ihe appointment of a comi-i'iee t atten.i the fun. era! of the decease.1, an I lhat u coiiim.ttee of flve on tbe part of the appointed by the presi tent. The resolutions were n greed to, ami Sen- ators Quay, Allison, Dawes, Voorhees and Eustis were appointed la- committee on the (Wrtof tho senate, anil ax a further mark of rfteijecl to Mr. Jlamlaii's memory tho senate then adjourned till WAITING FOR THE EARTHQUAKE. Watch- Ue.mn Sealer, Ing on HIBh Ground. FKASI-IHTO, April 15 -Affording to Of Mrs. Woodworm, George mi several otlwr revivalists, who mated excitement in Oakland the day on Oakland were to A CORPSE IN A CASK. HORRIBLE DISCLOSURE AT THE NEW YOHK CUSTOM HOUSE. Tb. Body of MM Ba.l.b clerk Wfc b, ta hagen, round fcy AppralMr.-pr. I. of January 13. body of th. clerk who was murdered by his employe Phibpsen, a ,oap maker at Copenhagen, wa fouml yesterday at the New York custoi concoaleei m a cask of lime or plotter which had arrived per steamship Tbingvall som. time ago. The cask had been shipped from Copen Bageii Jan. 18, consigned to "Ben-sford Bros Wta.- Wells, Fargo Co. wer named as th. forwarders. Th. consigner pre- paid to. steamship and hi name as William Smith. Th. cask was said to contain a chemically re pa red lime-plas ter. On arrival here Feb. 4 it was to the appraiser's stores, and examined ky the removal of the head and tho Hcrapnu; atf for analysis of a few pounds of the contents. It was then re-headed and set aside to be callei for. Wells, Fargo Co. paiel the duty of 50 and wrote ''Hereford Bros." twice to remit Dill of lading and the cash would be forward- ed. The letter was returned by the postmaster with th. informntiou that no wen Hrm was ,t Wells fargo A Co. then wrote ''William at Copenhagen, with no result. When PliiliIKen confessed in Hamburg a few davs ago that he bad murdered Mier anel sliimxHl the body to America from Coimibagen ths officials of the Thingvalla Steamship com- pany wei-e notiiied, and yesterday they cabled their New York agents to look for a shipped on the Thii.gvalla Jan. 13 The Danish consul here was also notified. The 'itative of appraiser's which San rrane-.sco o be destroyed by ami tidal wave and the c.tics of Chicago and Milwaukee were nlw to suffer the calamity. There imve been no of any convulsion of nature here, but the ''demrn as they ha termed, evidently held their mil a in the prophecy up to the lust moment several hundred who attended Mrs ooelw orth mid believers in her re'dictions of destruction have been leaving tor ground during the part two, ami yesterday they were en- on the lulls near Santa St II' l-iii, nnil holding religious ser- and waiting for the n.ws of destruc- Uns Starch Fne-torv Kurneel. :s, la, Apiil im- I mensi, live-story starch fae-leiry at Chester- Held, or the was destroyed by i tire It stinted in some shavings in the box the bix brick building, inel quickly sprniel to the boiler room, where I it burned on" auel effectually pre- I ttt "toppinp the flames. rho (.re quir-ldy took hold of the factory, and I m lew than an hour the building was in a-hci. No lives WPI-P lost. The tire depart- i summoue.1 but could do nothing to Tlle loss on the insurance about he proiwty was turned over to the starch Tho trust H few days Hgo 1- and about a, It will no doubt be rebuilt. PIIARMAGV, 300 central ATenue lor Wall Paper Paint .Oils, Ac. pBRKTNS, J. WM L 808 Center Manafacturer and dealer in Harness Sadc'len collars Horse Covers Gloyesltfittensanilgleiith I) 8CHOL.TEM, f 17 East Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Oentlemen will and it to their advantage to call on me purchasing PB. CABY A CO., 333 Lion street. General Load.OIli.Painler'e Supplies. Oil Cloths. Granite Ware. A special- ty.ot aherwiik Williams Monroe range. R CLING. as blank-books, all ol blanks done at Dnnkirk Printing- Company, a and lo secoud at IJCDOU-H MOLDEN11ACKR, for. Third and Buffalo s. i, liealer In Granite, Marble, j aging and Building stone. Call on me U'Jorl buvlit your side-walk. I8UET A 7 and II East Front street. Whisky, Wines. Brandies. Liquor Store lor Family Use. TIOBERT M-KAT, Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale. Feed and Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. SAM J. GIFFORD, 301 Central Ave. (Up Ueneral Insurance and Real Estate Agent. Fire. Lite, Accident, and Live Stock Jnanrmnco. Prompt attention jtivan to boring and selling Boal Estate. THE CAUCUS COMMITTEES. They Discuss the Silver Question In Ad- vance the Joint Meeting. WASHINGTON, April Secretary Win- doru unit Director Leech of the mint burean I bad a conference with the house caucus com- nutteeonthe silver question. The. chnne-es of a veto of any bill that would not meet the prestelnnt'a stated views were disc-Ubsed, and it agreed that caution should be main- tained iu presenting a plan for the settlement of the question to th. house. There was an almost general expression of opinion in favor of clinging to tbe lines of the house bill with a concession to the silver men, provielmg for the purchase of bullion certificates in lawful money or coin at th. option of the secretary of the treasury. The senate caucus committee devoted the entire afternoon to the discussion of the silver question. The stand of tire committee discussed, and there wns some of conceding certain points to them but when the meeting adjourned it was wuh tbe understanding that the senate bill should be insisted on when the jeiint house and senate caucus committees meet to-day to endeavor to affect some compromise. AldermeB Charged With Bribery. MINNEAPOUS, April 15.-The grand iurv after two weeks'investigation of the alder- manic boodle charges, has bench war- rants for the arrest of Aldermen John T McOowen and Fred Breshabler of the First ward and City Clerk Charles F. Haney Tbs charges are bribery or attempted The aldermen acceded of solicitingmo for the vacation of a street and city cler A Kit; Jeietgmem Rendered. April 15._Ju the court of claims yesterday JudKo Jlichnrdsondeliverer] the opmion on the claim of Charles H How- iissistimt eii-iueer in the navy, for piiv. The claim arose from a dif- ference the dates of the officer's eiamma- 'ion for promotion aiM the creation of a va- The eourt dee-ieled that an ..II e-ei takes rank from the tune the law en- t.lles him lo lhat not from the date tWMvinn; his coinimsMon jn the present did not take i.lue-e for four M-ars ul'er the vacancy was created mult he ofli'-cr nas reaely to he Jiidjjinenr m the sum of fciSI 000 nils rcnderrd foi thn ciaimant. New York NBW YOFIK, April is.-The New Tort ye-sterdny. rtas-eleeteel jor the ensiiincr year After i-oces, ele.fteel to th. general Bsv-niblv, which meets at Saratoga u for final action on the rjuestion of re- the ssioii of fairl, delegates elected yesterday favor Thej reeoivwl from fifty ni-li. Tho highest vot i-eusi.imst wns fifty. Wells, Fargo Co., went to thf stores and Imel th. cask After eligging away some of the plaster they discovered a man's head, and finally th. whole body exhumed. It was ela.l in plan, clothing and well The various parties engaged in the seureh at on-, dropped the matter, no one desiring to take "harg. of th. body. Wells, Fargo (-0 said they were willing to stand their 50 loss and would put in no claim to the goods fhe had no instruction, to claim the body and the steamship is not in- terested The appraiser will probably hava to hold the cask and its contents until the Washington authorities direct its disposal. COULDN'T FORCE THEM TO WORK. JndRO PreMrtBreia.t'. Delation Jny UIH rarpenterfc CHICAGO, April to the recent failures of L. J. L. Mever Son's company "hich had the for the woodwork em big Adams stre-et building, an wns appointed by the court to comply, all ex- stmg contracts. The strike stopped all work, and unless the building is completed great will be cnuseciin view of Misting lenses. An application was made to Judge Prendergast order wo, k to The president of the Carpenters' union and two members of tbe executive committee were present in court and after an argument by them anel by attorneys for th, tho jiidse that he could not for.-e the men to work ,1 they did not wish to do ,o and he would mnke no such endeavor He instructed th, assignee to complv with all the demands of tbe men-eight, hour's a day NO. .72. MR. FUNERAL. Th. A f There was reeling among members of tb. hou funeral service should be held al in tbe hall ndM MGLAND'S STRATAGRM. MOVEM6NT OUTWIT NOW ON FOOT THE GERMANS. TO A II uu -urs. jvaiiciaii was rftouc'Btwt to pin> t to this, but she still adhere, to th, original plan, ,o the funeral will tak. place at 9 .TO Ihuivlay morning, from Dr. Chester's Prw oyterian church, and at 13 th. tuneral party will leave for Laurel Hill cemetery, The casket will IK; opened at the Headed kf Stanl.v, t. Anticipate Km In In Oocup.llon ol the In an Aetlve Oilier Foreign Newii. to allow friends and ucepiaintances in Phil- delphia uu opportunity tc view the re- The honorary bearers have been w- ee-teel J'hey t. lerrellonte, was in the df-T Clayed To In Sen. WASHJNOTON, April 15.-Orders have been issued by Secretary Trac-y to have the Alert now at Mare Island navy yard, Cnl., putmrel Pair with a view of sending hoi- to sea at nlloe I he destination of tho Alert is the Behring sea where she will cruiw all m protecting the seal HU.eri.-s of the Lmte.l Ktntes- in Arctic waters. K Klmbeily'ii Schedule. NEW lUv-KV. April S. Kimberly, coal dealer, who assigned last week, filed a v-liejlile showing liabilities of nsuN VO.IKHI. Yale college is a lor fcK.UOO. Much of the paplr 5 bv Lm-ien W. Hperry of this city and it is thought tbe failure will em bH.-rnss Mr. Sperry. They HoM Traders and Produce Exchange assigneel ves- terday. Liabilities The rnent is to tho decline i, and Lomsvdle Nashville stock, and the risen, wheat and pork by which the ex? change lost m the post Ity days c. JOSES, 1. B. Third sL, eor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt an.: Smoked Meats, Larel, Sausages, Oysters and Poultry. w alleged to have offered a Chicago compan deUver tweoty-flv. aldermanlc voles fo an asphalt paving contract if he was pni Vy AT01IE8, JEWEI.BT, Buy tbe Aurora Ballroad Watch. KeuairiDg a specialty. Frank F. Stapf. SH K. Third st llfM- MOCKER, Merchant Tailor. Central Avenne PBOfESSIONAU Tt T. ROLPll. M. D., Offlce over Calls may be left at Lvon's. Working; the HAVEN, Conn., April goods concerns here will attempt to feirn I combination to govern Unemployment o olerks. They to ftnploy clerk who, for any cause whatever, has been dis- charged from any city dry goods house. A female clerk recently discharged by P. M Brown Co., Because she had been pre- viously dismimxl by William Neely Co. will probably bring suit against the latter firm. Mrnek by Lightning. CBAWFOBDBVIIXE, Ind., April A ter- rific thunder and wind storm prevailed al Darlington Sunday ight. Ti e Vandnlui passenger and freight depots, John Morse's containing six blooded Belgian stal- lions, the school house nnd John Rice's dry (ootd stora were all Btrnuk hv lightning and burned to the ground. LAMP WBONC SOBT; THE RIGHT ONES Anl.. t. ftl-r, ...___' wo hours. .N, ]K Ihoengmeundlirst he tram wiun I be eiisineci- inde-M-ape.! iminjured. baggnge ,-ars of by a b misplaced nd lireinan jumped A at has slow Tlie Stationary. EENVIMJS, Miss., April 15. -The river been stationary here for twenty-fom m tbe DeerCreek ly cotton is I'fLst Mda of Deer creok. Iil.ivmg havoc with stock thu county. are reported falling b.tag planted on thi Buffalo gnate are in many parts of A New Coal Company. HAiiaisBi-no, Pa., April IS Dela ware, p, SchuylkillCoalcom- charter ye-t-rdoy, with a ,1 of M.HI.UOO. This will be bout -..irty miles. eMeiuled from Drifton .nseriK. c-ount., to Eckl-y at the junction of Utwrne and Columbia counticT Tk-kley B. is president. Harrell in Shupe. Lnwiv Civ. IV.VATI, April here last nreoklidwin Booth received a letter from La-rrouec. Barrett in Kurope, stating that the removal of a tumor from his neck had ot ted a cure and that rumors werenow legs and arms. However, Mr Barrett is not without hope of ultimate A Watch Company Fails. Pa., April 15.-The Keystone standard Watch company confessed to iudK- nents of here yesterday. Tfce of the Fanners' National bank of tUi city is and that ef the Ephrata ional bank, _ j lie- uillfH L-enCtl strike of uni.ui can-enters for eight hours a day and 3o mil. an hour at 5 o'clock ast evening There are loo house, m the city m the several of erwfion, and all these will stand as lelt yK.ter.lay until some settlement of the matter ib reached. Made a Martjr of killed himself bythrouin- of a train near here. ore doinj so he- had asserted his belief that Chicago U de stroyed and that he could avert the calamity by offering his lii'e as a sacr flee. Parnell Olmlstnne. LONDON, April 15.-Mr. Pamell held a consiiltation with Mr. Gladstone yesterday preliminary to the introduction in the house of commons by the former of a motion to re- ject the Irish land purchase bill. Banker Morcan's Rcra.ilnu. LONDON April is.-The body of th. late Jumus 8. Morgan will be placed on board a steamship at Havre to-day for shipment to America, to be interred in his native town. P. WIIIli' Former Rome NlWBUBO, N. T., April formerly the home of the poet N P Will's Cornwall, has just been soli A 'private naane aaylum will be established there. CUB WorkB on Kirn. MADRID. AurillS.-The gas works of this city are on fire and are blazing fiercely The flames have attracted thousands of people to the scene and there is a degree of excitement justifying extraorelinnry vigilance on th. part of the police to prevent disorder. lphlH Lid-men. April 15._The liquor yesterday granted 1 175 PHILADELPHIA, lic.-i.se judg retail ,cw the m Ihs.., and v.Holesale license more han it graub-d last year. All of the laige huu-hs letain their licenses. Convention OIHi-ent Klected. COLUMBUS, O., April convention of the coal miners of the state for tho pur- unrler newly.formed United Mine Worker, of America, was called to order at 10 o'clock yesterday morn- mg by John P. Jones. There .re about 100 delegates present, representing the local as- semblies of both tho old National sive union and National District Assembly MO. Knightjs of Lalwr. These are the two organization, which were consolJated by the formation of ths United Min. Work- ers Officers of the convention were elected follows: P. Jones, president- Jona- than Longbottom, vice president; Ebenezer secretary. Tho miners decided last night by vote of to have a single state tion. In th. Company. ROTOOOT, N. Y., April the case of the People vs. the Ulster and DelawareJU." road company, brought to vacate tbe charter of the company on the ground that it refuses Equal to any in tlif city, at prices that will pa you to Bee him purchasing. cambric lit So, IScand i per yard. ADAM. MBLUHUM ft ANDBWMN. goods for tliiH swwon Jii'e coining The iiiiiHlin underwear stock is complete, the linen Htock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By "complete" we mean have all the new styles in this wason's new the variety that the best purchasing facilities m the co.mtry can brine to- gether. The Winter stocks are of firing great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. OUR SPRING AND HUM- MJ5R LINE OF Adam, Meldrum'A Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, Ofd Tie: aid 4MK11ICAN BLOCK, '31HI-4O2 MAIJf HTRKKT, BL'KFALO. N. V. Carried OIT Ten HALIFAX, April the missine N away JKJ OO) te missine asnntor the People'., bank of N B, is to earned away JKJ OO) I he Ijaiilt's with him. kno.M] of life whereabouts Nothing is k OM UIA, at Omaha. Ajn-il is -The clothing store of Blnvvnnij. King Co burned. Tbe of ,N. B. falconer, dry gooels, and J. B. m.lhne.ry, damaged bj water Loss, insurance, lliotiM on strike. VIENNA, April I5._8ix thousand ters have stiuck at Orutz for shorter and more wages. carpen- New York societ j is interested in the ad- vent upon the stage next fall of Baroness Julia de Fonteniliat, a sister of MmW 1C Vanderbilt, wuo uuiiiiuii me judge states that the people are barred by the statute of limitations; and, also, that the act.of I8WI conferring jurisdietion upon the railroad eeunmissioners to settle the terminals ot is constitutional. Amateur OMriitnvii'R Mcetlnif. NEW'YORK, April IS.-A committee of the National Assoe-iation of Amateur Oarsmen met last night at the Gilsey house. The fol- pel-sons were reinstated- E D .f Albany, W. Caffruy of Boston E' Maboney Cam rielge, E. J. Garner of Newark, H. P. Corcoran of Boston, and E. N. of New York. The eighteenth annual regatta will lake place at Worcester on Aug. 12 and 18. NEW YORK, April 15.-Schedules in the as- signment of John Plummer Co state- nominal asset, 548; actual assets, Those of John F Pluminer individually state: Liabilitiw, XW; nominal assets, actual A Pallor, at April 15.-R B. WE HAVE THEM IN PAT- ENT LEATUEIi and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANl Y COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, f J{ STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, MAIN 8T., K. Y. DEALER IK Diamonds, Watches aud Jewelry, Clocks. Silverware. Leatuc-r siros A rvro. OOLD 4 BIS. run PL A nun. A COMPLETE UHE OF HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STREET, mite Hotel. RE WARD I ndigestlun, (.onslipatlun or Costlreness we West'. Veptable Liver Pill., ii-n the directions arc strictly complied nith. They are purely Vegetable, and never J.ll la (pvc AaUafoctlon. Sugar Coaled. boxes, amingge Pills. SB cento. Beware of conn- torleita. and The cenuloe manu- scoro.i only bv JOHK C. WEST CO. N. T, by MONKOI'S PHARMACY. I' kirk. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures.   

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