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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. REPRESENTATIVE PPSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK BITUMQ MACHINE tm ruu, it. of U tke laleet addition cal DepartmeDt oi DunkirkipriattBgacompany. and Wood T.rd.TW All trade. of Hud (oiMMO. Bbt-, SMngle. lu j. CormrwlMMc (or lou not wait tar Central JL.. Initaotaneoni Sitter. except for HOOK BWDBXY-JAMES IBVIMO, Pro- K Second street, near Bui- etc.. promptly attended to. v.- Dunkirk, N. T. Ma boo All work guaranteed. Wlioleaale and mail dealer in lir ported and China. Qumwara, 4c. Li ivery and connection. Victor Hlder. SB6 and S37 Lion slreek OTT BARBBR SHOP Oia.. Magle. Prop. r and Third slreeta. foreign and Domestic cigan. fiank, corner nne stock ut M" tenler atnet. Particular allontion DUNKIRK, N. Y., THURSDAY, 24. 1890. el tne rarcn _______________Corner Eagle and Severtb. SSSSSr avovice and .pecial reference. sent on W U A MONTH can be uadc tered who can to thebiuincu. Spare abhr employed also. A few and an... B. P. JO H NSO N Su, Richmond, Va. PROM WASHINGTON. THE SENATE'S POWERS WSCU83CO IN THE HOUSE. cotrfenra, defended the report hiek WK agreed to-ye... 50; 5- Gray and the Higher AMumlnc Debate of lUatibllcan Port- ia Oklahoma In th Bill Pun.4. pj tbTZi ,T moment, nay be discussing Isgialative, vacancie. in tow executive and judicial appropriation bill th. N A CO., ,009 M, pending question being on the motion to building lota i Fourtlmtreet. Need no ex peril S-AMeOMBEKico, Nurserymen, ttochejter, N. Y. SALESMEN EVENING OB4CBVKB. Lanwt Daily In tke County. An unequalled advertising medium. KNGIUKEHtNG COMPANY IJ Ftoraiarly aellew Popple. riiaiiutaotiuenot Kaglnea, Boilers. Pnlleys S clothing and dry goods bouses in Dunkirk. f. TOOMKY, ealer in paaiM, etc. D tat and 436 Lion street. iMaler in Flour. Feed, .-alt. Baled Hay, KsUbll.hwl, 1877. Ew "mini Saloon, Union to aO trains and bus- John J. Murphy, Prop. EHUR8 CO.. VI and W K. Third street. rine rurniture. Cabinet Ware and Dp- Picture Frame, made to order. 0. MATTE80N 801 Central Ave., Ludwra ol Fashion and Gentlemen II AKRLI. STEAM HBA1TOO Manufacturer ol ateam Heating Apparatus. ______Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. LJOMK RTKAM LACMDRT. ..9" Shlru, loo; ttollars, Laoe Curtain.; Frae DelrvV A W. dimming.. M Unler street. jj B. OBHM. B. Third St.. cor. ol Buffalo aUnntuctorer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoe. I" Marion coon Kr. Hair moved to from the calendar BHd pass senate WH appropnatiag far an equestrian statue to Maj. Gen. John Stark., at Manchester, N. H. Considerable discussion ensued, Mr Cock- with Mr. Moody aad Messrs. Evarts, Hoar and Chand- tor In support ef the biU. Th. voU on the NO. 60. THE SOOTHERN FLOODS. ELEVEN BREAKS HEPORTED LEVEE DISTRICT. IN ONE strike ,MH olanee providing clerks for senators. A long discussion ensued as to the relative ristt. awl privilege, of th. tw. houHOB without inuck reference to the pend- ing bill. Mr. Butterwortk said that nine every ton representatives favored cierk. lor members, but were afraid to vote for It wbu Hut yea aiul nay vote was called. He said it ae had a clrHc he would be worth a year more to bii Mr. Breckenndg. tt saU that under the present rules the senate was usurp- ing the power of tke house, and in spite if Is .haractw becoming tk. leader of public opinion. After furthef cnssion the motion to out was lost S5 JO Or. Mr. Kelly of Kanws a general de- oaw as to persecution of Republican pestniaster. and J. the' Bouth. opeaxing a verbal amendment Mr. Kelly to a remark made by Mr. Allen of to the effect that some of the new- went over witheut final action OB motion of Mr. Plumb the land forfeit- was taken up and became the unmi- usiness. The senate at 6 p. m. adjourned. APPRAISERS' CONFERENCE. A Meeting In New Vork to th. Hnrmonlzlnc of Classifications. NEW YORK, April S4 ConIM.r Met- cauornt. LOUIS, of IVtrnit, T.envv San Francisco ami Dotlg. of Boston, Imve been holding a conference h.re for three A statement givsn by Mr. Dodge. of their labors QBANDBST WOMEN DISCOVER1 Trluiuiili of PharniaoT. The only true practical IEMX1R OF LIFE AND HEALTH 'eu" 3f nftrveg wjlnout one that may be taken alike b i made o und., the' "ESS inthe 'ile rum or LIQCIO LIKE, inct it stimulates, invivorates and re Xhirdst. stationery. and Weekly and cimlsbook' .lore, achoo. Book, a J Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. second St. CALIFOBNIA, if be immortal. led Dy the Indians and the roedica treatment of chills and fevers ,0... w'h'S I-BRFBCT BITT2VI8 tS THE RBgrrLT OF S01BNCB. J appointed postmaiiUni in Mississippi kad moved their .Beets out of the town, into the country. Thinking that there must be reason for be bad gone to the postofflot epartment and had been informed that in noni. places it was impossible for a Republi- can postmaster to secure a location in a town and b. was obliged to go tato the country an instance of manner in whick tome Apublicaii were treated in South, he read a letter from W. A. Pinlev lu May poetma.ter at Abbil Hie, 8. C., who states tkat .hortly afffir bis pporatmeut he wa, upon by a mob led J Ward M. Cochran, son of Congressman -ocbrau, and beaten with barb wire and or- eml to leave town. Mr. Kelly laid while he did not agree with gentleman from Mississippi (Mr Allen! in criticism ef the president, did not TOinplain that the president played with hi. little grandchild, but he wished be would oease it long enough to see to it that every man in the United State., black or white under the protection at the flag. Mr. Allen of Mississippi said that there had never been a time in history grand party wbeo -Southern outrages The conference was for the purpose of con- rtdenng certain protests and appeal, by mer- ehants anil others in rogar.l to Imports at the variow ports; also to har- Monia, differences of opinion methods that existed among the appraising officers as to valuation, classification, etc. Some importer, considered certain duties too high whereas some manufacturers considered th same duties too low. Some Importers com plained that they were being undersold be- cause other importers at different go lallroad Track. doned-A Break Near Tldalla Threaten, to Inunrlat. a targ. Beetles Sporting th. and Turf Event.. NEW ORLEANS, April 24.-But little new, is being received from tho Pointe Coupes tlistnet. Superintendent Spellman of the Shell Bench railroad says there are eleven breaks on west bank botw.cn St. Sophie nnd Pnmte a la Roche. Th. Leuisvill. and Nashville railroad overflowed at Michoo tation, fourteen from New Orloam ind all trains are abandoned. Tuesday light's wind causMl the tek. water U again mcroaoh upon th. rear of this city, but no great damage hag been The and Pacific tracks hnve been overflowed from a break in tke wert bank above Port Allen. Tsias .nd paoiDO will be run over the Southern Pacific to Strict The Arnaudlia levee bolow Vidalla ha. iiroken, ami territory will be   letter which vv Jl Califi JH. VAN BUKEK SON, riro. Llle, Aocideni and Oeneral Insuracot. Dtff en In Keal t.uie and Loan.. Harilcnlar OHROIE'I> 900 Central Avenue tor Paper 'I'HBNOMKNAL TOKIC OF THB WORLD two tananlaiofthei.inelngrealentaue now pu up ..IS? mnX IS 8LIOHTT.7 BITTBB, APD MORK CA.THABTIC. THK ITKW STYLE, FLBA8ANT TO THE TADTB, AWDEITBiggLT ADAPTED TO DELI CATB WOMEN AND CHILDKKN. KRIIKUHEH. VffiBOAB BITTKHB 18 NOT 17 MB Center street. Munfaclnrar and dealer In Har BroUe.. collar.. aTuTa oKob Hone Cover. ulove.MlitensandHlmVh p l-aakioaable TICH, Tailor." CURATIVB, DXADLT 1UCBO AND OMNIPBB8KNT In malarial cholera, consumption i: such a. blank-books, ledger., and all kind, ol at Dunkirk PrinUng Coaipany, 8 and 10 B. Second St. oin OLD AKO HKW STYLE VIMEOAH BITTBB8 a j IH HOUSE. Send for our LadieV book. B. H. McOONALD DBtJO CO, had been rend by the gentleman from Kan- t.as, relative to the Abtovill. mak. a story. There was a town; there wai a iwstofflee; there was an applicant for the aud there were som. hot- leaded young men, of which his son was one the war a northern man had been ap- ici.ited postmaster and kad served until Arthur', term, when died, and his wife a nost estimable and able woman had been appointed. Finley had filed an application uththe first assistant postmaBter general, u which he had misrepresented and defamed character of the postmistress There waa feeling of outrage against him. Thee, oung men, not for tke purpose of doing "Hey any harm, went to his house one night nd made some demonstration. With a iruUtv onscience, he had broken out at the back oor and run down to the railroad track, n jumping down a cut be bad broken his Mr. Kogers of Arkansas called attention to tne fact that under leave to print, the gentle- from Kansas had printed in The Record vUe calumaies ou the state of Arkansas, and nsked: Had tho gentleman no shame or (-enoy.no idea of propriety; no character to lose and noue to Was be lost-irre- tnevabljr lost? What sort of a constituency had he) Dirt they know him) The speech he bad printed In The Record would be a iwtual memorial to the character of the ma_ Kansas sent to the national legislature and would accentuate the great loss ex- tbe administration claimed the services of his esteemed and able prede- cessor, Mr. Ryan. It was charitable to tribute his conduct to mental depravity that came of unprovoked malice, or of blind pre- Celebrated on Trial. r INOTOK, April celebrated orma redwood canes occupied atten- tion of interior department officials yester- day for a short time. Argument was heard Dy Awtblant Secretary Chandler and Assist- ant Attorney Shields on ti. appenl of Beach Kvans, et a] from the decision of th. general land office commissioner holding for cawei- ation certain timber land Hum- Mdt county, Cal., made inner the act of 1878. It maintained by the commissioner that the entries were procured through fraud, and that the present claim- ante cognizant of the fra.id The areu- ment was continued further ami an adjourn- ment taken till to-day. The Wa.hln.ton Fund WASHINGTON, April ladies com- prising the Washington Statue association who have for their object hi organizing the contributing by the women of a statue of George Washington to Prance held at tbe residence of Mm Senator M f, Mrs. Stephen J. Reid presided, with Mra. Condit-Smith as secretary. Mr. Apnel- lon of New York, the originator of the movement, was also present. The associa- tion has already received subscriptions to tbe amount of and it is expected that the entire amount necessary will be in hand by j "in mj BUD- Bed, together with the track of the New Orleans and Northwestern railroad Irark water is approaching OOR FOfvEKSN tke Th. of cities and towns assistance, as the people _ _ living upon each .tier nntil th.y are in" nearly w bad condition, although biiBlneai appanmtly To add to the dT hundreds of poor peopU ar. arrivi.. Southe ROUSING BIO BARGAINS AT THE- Household that everwa. exhibited in Ladies' and Children's lists and Milli ware, Kid Qloves, Hosiery andOoraeis. Dre.sTrimminge. Button., Plush .ad ToHet fomery, Dolls. Mecb.nical Toy. and Game, dreo's Carriages, Girl.' Bicycle, Working for f.ncy Ar, A Bill to Hake Them Their WASHINHTOK, April 24 -Henator rrem tli. committee on foreign ralgrtow n- an ainwidmeut te tk. ap- liroprlation bill giving of smbaaw- lor Uj our ministers te Or.at Britain, Knuw. rernmny and Russia, the salary to as por annum. Other amendments proposed by com- nd tb. cities and ansas hav. been appealed to for One gallon glass oil cans tiu jacket, 4c. Wire sponge holders, lOc. Fancy comb and brush (-uses with mirror, only, 3Sc. Wire vegetable boilers, 15c. Large coffee mills, 4Uc. Candle moles. Ten copper boltoii) coffee pots, On on. claim only si, Outn to the bill provide that thi United minister to Turkey .tall be an increase of ta.SOO- to Den- mark, SB increase of and to Urecce, Hoiinianla and Servia 17 .'M an ncrease of tlOOO. an Secretary Blaine, in a letter to nittee, recommends increaa. in the sal try ef th. unuistor to Turkey. amaudment with regard to th. Danish nission IK accompanied by a letter from iamus B. Andersen, at time the outgoing Demoomttc minister, strongly urging eceesitv of an mcreasrd najwy f.r tbe miu- ister at in order that be iv. comfortably and well Several letter, fron, Mr. C.rr, the mintatar, oetn- plaining of th, inadequate salary akin ao- pompnny the report. ness, nearly fatal, In fonr canes. A ueighhor, learning of their eBi condition, divided hi, store, the cam. North to seek immediate aid are very nearly 88 hnd While many settlers bav. .aough to carrv them the siT mouth, that before wheat and con. will be ready they have, as a rule, nothing to spare Arkansas oty wa, th. place te re- help, ,nd other will send food down to the territory I. days. FATAL EXPLOSION. A Boll.r Bl.wn M., Killed; Mil o.._Tl.r.. M. men wer. at work I Lieut. Paddock WASHINOTON, April 34. -Th. pretident lu th. oase of First Lieut. J. V. H. Puddeck, 1' iftk cavalry, sentenced by c.urt mnrtial to end of the big boiler collapsed w "ig roar and in moment th drenched with hot steam lost could be rescued and tke last dead 1 nw" ge.wnntb ud Jtrtin pay remitted the time the next meeting is held ber. It is estimated u, nmta JdWIlMVl the smtenre of the court w all respect. ai4 restored Lieut Paddock to hi. raTk and standing in army. Th. president in do- ing this recalls the lieutenant's previous nal- lant service; the fart rfcst be received wound, in action whick disabled kirn; that cleroeiwy ww recommended by tho court martial- that Acting Judge Advocate General Lieber and Maj. Gen. Schofield also recommended that clemency be extnneled, and the farther that th. "acU of tb. accused were only of a Ibe injured were: Barney Regan, her U Schlfnocker, L and raided; Lawrence Fly n Andy Myers, Joe en and bniised; Johnny Myers, bunuS. cause can be given for the No COLUMBIA, 8. C April 94 -A sufficient for the work. in Ducem- that will be Mnrder a Poorho York REWARD! MOUMKMHAVBH, Cor. Third and ________________ RIBLBT CO, 7 and 9 But Front .treeu Whiaky, Wine.. Brandies General Liquor store for family VM. rtUBBBT M'atAT, K, Lion street, near the depot. _ Boardlnf. Sato, reed and Livery naaonable lctly complied w ith compie w th IS? T and tail to five satisfaction. Sugar Coated hX... AHMAOY. D.I kirk, N. v. HWW N1V UVUOk Boardlnf. Sato, Fwd and Livery stable Stabling by thVaay or week on ---------Ave. (Up i. Gweral luuranoe and Beal Accident, and Live m G. jam, 1. JBK. Third rt.. ear. Deer. Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and taoked Lard. OTatir. and rvaltry. ATCHca, jnewKuiv, MX !Buy the Aurora JUilroad Walefe. Bepatnna; a .p rnnk Free Car Fare! Order jour Suits and Pantaloons of the Silver Creek Tailor. He will pay your car fare or Bend a line of samples Irk OAlnnt AM to select from, or P. O. Box 199, 95 to saved on Suits SILVER CREEK. C. O. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, 864 MAIM ST., BUFFALO, M. Ural. MooaUEK, Meroaaal Tailor, aw Caabal T. BOLPH, M. D.. PhysiciaaaadSarteoa Drag Store. MI be len at Lvon't. a, DBA1.KH IN Diamonds, Watche and Jewelry, Clock., Silverware, Leather Goods, etc. fNGRA riXO, OOLD VKR PLA Title A OOMPLBTK LINK Of HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN 8TBKBT, 3o YOUR LAMP CHI MNEYS CE- "ME. WRONG SORT: tiaE! TH-e.RlCHT ONES GEO, A MSCBEfH A, CO., PITTSBURGH, judrce, that idiotic offspring of on impene trable ignorance. Outrages occurred in all states; crime was committed in all states. Why wm it tuotonly the South was maligned for outrages! It was simply for the purpose of political capital. Mr. of Arkansas taid that I'OK ell Clay ton and Judge McClure, who had rlefiimed by his colleague m this debate ood os well with the Republicans of with the I.e was not here to dofame Arkansas, slinder her people; but it seemed to be a crime to teU thetruth. It was an outrage to iy that ballot boxes wore stuffed and that men wore assassinated and the murderers not :..rested. When it WM complained that outrages were wrong, tbe only answer was thiit Pow.ll Clayton had dono th. same twenty-Bve years ago. If to toU the truth waste slandw Arkansas, it was necessary uiulmust be done. That there was not. a er regard for the purity of the ballot .puldnot be doubted. A man cannot thetruth that gentlemen do not eharactar- him as a mlanderer. The party in power in Arkansas ra-ted its power not on tbe vote of an honest majority, but on rtuffed ballot Pending further discussion Die committee r and thu house at p. m. adjourned. IN THE SKNATK. WASHJNOTOI., April S4._The wnate was arly all tbe aftenioon discussing the con- 1 -renoe report ou the Oklahoma territorial Mr. Reagan addressed the senate in support of his bill to repeal all laws for the reUre- inentof anny and navy officers with pay He did so without any unkind feeling towards auy of tbe classes referred to. He thought that no should fallowed emoluments not common to all The senate passed a bill to create a customs diatrict m the territory of Arizona. Hi. Platt presented tbe conference report on tbe senate bill to provide a temporary government for the tei ritory of Oklahoma The report was read in tulL Mr. Butler called attention faj't that some provisions of the bill were in direct i _ PKOVTDKNOE, April 24. -The state institu- tion at Cranston was on Thursday night the scene of another tragedy, .Mary McCarthy tanngher life at the bauds of Cathanne Hanley. Tbe assault occurred in the old women s ward at 11 o'clock. Norton the night watch, arrived in time to see the McCarthy woman being assisted to a closet where she vomited blood. On being placed she died Before dying Catharine Hanley, who slept in fhe cot neit to her, had pounded and murdered her A Cyclone In Texan. NEW ORLEANS, April 24.-The Picayune's Aurtm, Tex., says: A terrific cyclone struck Kyle, a town of 600 inhabitants, twenty mile, south of here, Tuesday mKht Many buildings were overturned nnd some completely demolished. The Kyle institute a two-story building, was lifted from ite foundation and carried thirty feet injuring the structure. Two fine hor-.es and some cattle were killed but no person Is re- ported injured. Farms aud plantations in the track of the storm suffared greatly. of Democrati from each co contereno. farmers, consisting of om ty, met her. yesterday and issued an address sustaining tbe rmlar Democratic party of th. gbtte, and protMt- mg rigorously against Tillinan meve- ment as forestalling tie ac: ion of tk. Dem- ocratic state convention, and having a tend- ency to make kwal government imponible and check the industrial development of the A Kentucky mill..-. T8BURO, Ky.. April 8 manag.r of a lumber company near lltt No. 8 copper bollnui leu 88c. offlct'8, SBc. LarRc steaincrB, aflc Fourteen quart bread raisers, 75c. Fancy black walnut clock ahclvci, 85c Wash easy wash boards, 25c. Dover egg beaters, ioc. Japau dredges, 5c. Professional cook bculcrs, Children's seaside shoveln, 5c. Cliildren'ii seaside jumbo Kartbeu teapots, 25u. Silvcriue dressing mugs. 4e. Butter stamps, Be. Individual butter sumps. lOc. Potato mashers. 4 nnd 5c. Wire diab clothes, 8c. Fancy braia match safe, 4c, Twiue match safes, fancy painted. 4c. Bird cage books, 4c. Luminous match safes, 9c. Chain bird cage spring. Be. Cookie pans, (aast per doz 10o Kitchen knives, lOc. Butcher knives, Ex-strong lemon sijiieczcrs, lOc. Large size bread knives, 9c. French shoe blacking, 8c. Steel knives and forks, (per pr Oc. While wasle brtishcH, lOc. Lamp or (lower pot brackets, 5c. Butter ladeli, lOc. Fancy painted ilop jar., 3Sc. Large mouse (raps, He. Carpenters' claw hummers, lOc. Hard wood meat boards, 33o. Boeoni boards, 28c. Wood chopping bowlg, 5 to lOc. Clay flre pots, 28 and 35c. Sheet iron fry pans, DC. Wafflo irons, All size, drippinirpan.from6lo8Md to 16 inches, 8 to 18c Handy or hand 8c. Dove-i.iiled mixing Sad 84 Mid Me. HalMead'i porcelain royal boiler, cook, nil kinds of food, fl.oo. Large lOc. We 9o. Pie turners, 5c. tin .coop., 15c. quart dippers, Iftc. Large 2 quart drinking 10. 1 quart drinking dlppert. and to. Heavy Cake turners, 4c. Large wood handle spoons, 7o Jtound bread miiem. lOc. Tumbler 48c. Fancy swing lamp Me. Two ijimrt covered, lOc Pol covers, 8c., 4o., 60. Tea (heavy lOc. Two quart tea and 8c. No 8 wash boilers copper B8c Ten, fourteen and .eveoteen quart rinsing 8lc., 24c., Tin pails covered, one quart, 5c. one and one half quart, (c two quirt 7c two and one-heir qu.rt, 8e., three quarl' four quart, life, qow.ti 1'slenl (pop all) corn popen, to Toy 4c. Two pound and coffee cantelen, One pound canister, 7c. One quarl graduated Cigar per bunco. 6c. Hound and iquare fancy palntnl bird rages, 45 to 65c. Square bird cages anorted Mvlw and sizes, 75 to 9Sc. Brass bird tl.15. Folding sewing 88 and We Adjustable high ..wing and card ables, Coal hods, 34 and 85c. sequently tried, and OM, Monata Ikas ix'fm hanircd. while state. Tlsltlng WaMilngton'i TMnb. WASHINGTOK, April at -Tk. Pan-Amer. ican delegates, acconiDanied by a number -tate paid a visM to Mount Vernmi The nisfMMl, wn placed at their dispoml aad, after Tiotthc t he tomb of Washington, they took a rimrt nn clown the Potomac. The in the afternoon. Secretary Blaii pnnied angod, ueiiitentiary. vhile two others are in the Phillips, when he first nut u no nCTii, met Hmith, some week, mo, charged him witk having fathe" Crested during tk. war and sent to prison. Tbta Smith denied and apparently satisfied Phillips. That mgbt however, Phillip. quarter, and shot him whil. a painful wound. When Smith recovered be got from Governor Fleming of on Bnckner for Phillip.' Under authority rf erner Buckn.r Smith waa a Phillipwhen latter rn nriif TO RENT In tho Merchnnts Hunk Iliiilding. "__________ Jaooh Wirtner or Frank May. CARL SCHAUER' 59 East Third St., Has just received a Aili line of CiMventlvBt WASHINGTON, April 34 -CharloMe rViith the Icngne', has left Washington for New Yoi' Body Found. K' Y- APril Tbe t mys- tery of the disappearance of Lillian Peterson was solved last evening by flndiug her Some toys were running logs in the outlet' when they saw a against a boom in the water a few hundred feet be-low her house. me remain, were in good condition consider- to.; ttat the had been in the water nearly i, ated by a coronw's jury. onnc violation of existing treaties with the kw Indians. Mr. Platt argned they within Uw spirit of the treaty. Mr. Vest said the conference report ertab- a code of laws wuich had no comwc- bon with th. bUl. Mr. Jones of Arkama. and Mr. Cullom, CHICAGO, April 24.-Sherman Knlgbt man from Tiffin, p., who is ink of Tiffin out of ire yesterday. In his were round He refused to make nny statement further than to say that h. was willms to Eo back to Tiffin without waitinB for the USUal legal papei-s. An for the NEW YORK, April per emit of tbe w-editors of John F. Plummer Co have petitioned that Lowell Lincoln be ar> pointed assignee of the firm in place of Jere- miah Murphy, who does not wish to serve The court will probably appoint Mr. Lincoln to-day. Demand Better ray NEW YORK, April 24.-A committee of the Bricklayers Union No. 7 of tins city called on the park commissioners and asked the same pay for city bricklayers as outside men received. Their written demand was filed. Mliien Fortunately ROCK Spwireg, Wyo. T., April St-Ther. wa.no loss of life in the coal mine Hr. her, -r igton for New York eity to attend the convention ef Women's flub, in New York city. Tha convention is for purpose of organizing a federation of en's clubs with a to the social, trial and political advancement of sex. Mr. Miller Fta.n't Mn.WA0KEE, Wis., Aprrl Preaii Miller of th. Chicago, Milwauk.. Paul railroad, said to a United seutative: "Tke first I .ver beard of traraf.r story was the articlg in a Chioam paper. WhiletheRt.Pa.il can ever it desires for I do not resign the presiduncy Serlon. Wreck. BBS MOINBS. In., April A Rock train was by an O.M twitch in thi, city. On. coach was turned over m the ditch and seve Injured. Th paased over safely, and trainmw assert that tb. switch wa, turned by means .f bar m the hands .f a train wrecker wk. waa lying the track. All th. circuit stances support theory that it WM liberate attempt to wreck tft. train eitkar Pnrdr UHICAOO, April In thecaseof WIlMun E. Purdy, who has been ra trial here th. past week eharged with marderiDe Hamuel Reininger near he e last September a jury brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at death. THE MARKETS. i Carrie Schaff of Adrian, Mich., A. Trimmer Anita U and William Piper of Koines. A Powder Mill 9f, i-ETTit, Mich., April 34. -Th. mill ef cue Anthony Powder company at Ne caught fir. blew poking of Marquette county. Twenty minutes latM- Uwn was another heavy explosion of powder wn out by the first. The fir. was scat- tered n all dilutions. At waestiU burn ing and some .f tb. pa house, o, the Wfn shock in this city, eleve. whltai Mown in. No Overcoatt mi Trouseiiags Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to see liim befoi ____ purchasing. Negaunee one wa. killed. Tk. watchman, usually on duty at the mill, disen with tw. day. "as The low will PHILAB.LPBIA, Aprfl ai-The Republican JontSnV6n'iM1WiUbekeMat un -hant-isl: family extnw. He Hroke Bank a, Y" APrt< were torown through two larg. windows and Patrick McKenm. ta. broken win? dows in the same bunk twice before bavin, an insan. notion tkat th. baukoweshlma .urn rf money. I h. man wa, time CM fine, ,n t.. Poughkeepsie asylum !or !S- but he was discharged as cured H. aUon J .n Train. N. Y. We have frequent requests by mail for samples of new Such requests we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ank for particulars m regard to the samples wanted. State whether edif. ings, insertions or also what width and some idea of the price. We have a stock of em- broideries that is second to none in the country and su- perior to any in Buffalo The money value, we offer is simply unparalled. There are edeines from of an inch to 18 inches wide in OUR SPRING AND SUM- MER LINE OF Steady: crnuuerv lurjr halt HI-KIU tabs -Steadi WE HAVE THEM IN PAT- ENT LEATHEK and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE, TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street. cambric, jaconet, nainaook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of ma- terial. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flounciags in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cam brie edges at 5c, lOc, 12Jc, 15cfmd 2.5c per yard. ADAM, AmtBaaon. New goods for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By "complete" we mean they have all the new styles in this season's new the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring to- gether. The Winter stocks are of- ff ring great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Meldrum Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, Boofahmd MatloJrr, AMERICAN BLOCK, 39G-4O2 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, 1. to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. INFAVSPAPERf Si EW SPA PERI   

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