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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 26, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               DUNKIRK N. Y., SATURDAY, APRFL 26 B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT S It 7St, Washi i, 815 7th OF DUNKIRK. A NEW KVUlfa MACHINE for ruling A all ol U tbe laloit andilioD 10 he Mechnieal Department ol DuBUrklPrlatlntiCompanv. LXXAIfDKRW Coal And Wood Yard.7W Central Avenue, oppoaile Nickel Plate All fndw of Hard aad Salt Coal, ud Lath. JTne Comapondmei lor wnoloato lott C., opi I7SW U FROM WASHINGTON. made ore- lotH, ftUXBU, OB THE SENATE DISCUSSES THE LAND FORFEITURE BILL. TH1 BANK WRECKERS. Fourth street. WANTED eiTFOKO, Arttalie Pbotofraph. at aeed not wait and MB Central Photographer. rt Bablea a epeetalty. Bitten it lor annihine except lor I.OOK BINDEBT-JA1IK8 IBVIRO, Pro- 1 pnetor No. 16 K. Second .treat, near Buf- falo Cltrwl, Dunkirk, M. T. Magaiinu, Mu- Paopnlett, etc., bound in all .iylea. Orders attended to. All work (naranteed. BDBCBKB-S CKOCKKBV HOU8R, Central areniie. WnolHale and null dealer m I ported and China. Qlaaawan, Ac. IHACTAUUIJA UOTKL, II per day. and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor fiider, 93A and 337 Lion street. IForonr Reliable Nursery Stock, on Salary or Com- K rSl 1.A MeOMfiEE ACO.S A I FS M f N Nunerymcn, Wfl WIYIL Hochesttr, N. Y. d to coiin- ty, Florida, in the phosphate belt. or.mal quantltif. to auit iITT IIAJU1EK SHOP Ohafc Nagle, Prop., Under Uke Shore National Bank, cornui Ocnwr and Third .Ireeu. A Boo .lock ol Foreign and Domestic igan. S8H Center .treet, Practical Ptrucular attention to interfering hoi.a. Skoaing of road al trotting horaea a I EVB.MINO OBSKRVBR. Daily In tlie County. An unequalled medium. I iDmUBK ENOlNEEAUia OOMPj U rormefiv sellew A Popple. kUnntacturer. of Boilers. Pu COMPANY. illoya, me Work to order. Made for the Relief ot IW Petlttoa Congreee to Aid th. Shipbuilding (lei on the LaU Congieuinaii Gay. WASHINGTON, April the houw res- Mr. O'RielJy of Pennsylvania pre- sented the proceedings of a meeting ot busi- ness of Philadelphia and a nMjtnorial with signatures, and the signature! of the Board of Trade of that city asking the aid of congress on the promotion of tbe building of American ships to trade with foreign ports and to establish direct mail communication with tie western coast of Africa. Referred. Mr. Flower of New York presented a peti- tion of seventy-eight dry goods commission house and woolen manufacturers of New lork, abkiiig for the passage of the bill classifying worsted with woolen. Referred. Mr. Cannon of Illinois, from'the committee on appropriations, reported a joint resolu- tion appropriating to enable the wcwtary of war to distribute rations for the elirtof deatituto people in the district over- flowed by the Mississippi aBd its tributaries. Bland of Missouri inquired where eon- found authority to appropriate money the relief ol the people of the Mr. Cannon replied that he found it in pre- cedents and in starving demands of 85 000 persons. The jomt resolution was passed-139 to S4 On motion of Mr. of Ohio jeaa, nays, 100, the houso weiit into oom- Boilers, etc. Forg-uigu, dhaflinc___, Caattnga, and I vUMKIKK 8H1BT CO., W6 and M LJ Center atraet. llannfacturen ol the "Cromwell" and perfect flitlng biwt ShirU. On ule in all leading f urnnhing. olotoing and dry good, bouaea in Dunkirk, Dr. TOOMEY, 434 and tit Lion .treet. ei tn Hour, reed, alt. Baled Hay, Finn- ale. KMabluned, 1977. HOTEL, and Dining Saloon, Union Depot. Kaay aooeu to au train, and laeaa nouea. Beal aeeommodaUnii. tor Com- MrciaJ Travelcrm. John J. Murphy, Frop. I Vt and K Tlnrd .ireeu Vine fnruiturv. Cabinet Ware and Up- ootaterinj. Picture frame, made to order. lj> O. MATTB80M CO., 301 Central raahionand Gentlemen Outdlten. AKKLJ. 8TKAM HBATINU CO.. of Sleam Heating Apparatiia Saaitary Plumbing a Specialty. 3BANDSST MODEEN DISOOV2EY of Pharmacy. The only true practical BMXIB OP MPE HEALTH 5 one Dial promotes, digettion, improves Ihe an petite .clean.., the purifies {he Wood? and rtHnuUtai brain and nerves wiihout Injurious LZft be taken alike by hJ compounds, made o f flavored under the tries of bitten, produce than the dist.se for which they On motion of Mr. Sayres of Texas, an was adopted providing that here- after .very application for examination be- fore the civil service shall be ac- ion the Peraoni Con- cerned In MM Affair. NKW YORK, April 88.-Everybody rater- ted in the recent bank wrecking matters seemed to be   to So Man's Uud and Kansas report a stupendous fraud been practiced in Stevens county, Kan Ui. peopl. tha West. Last 'roar ot. account of droutk crops rtnrt and many farmera wers in aMd ml life. A relief was formed and appMli for aid wer. wnt out. Carloadiaf provuiens were promptly lent, and aoMixtant stream ot wagon, was engaged hauling the to allcgBd sufTerfns. Recontlj a carload of provisions conhiirnrd tothecounty commisaion oam. to Lilmrnl loading- th. wagons tke oenefl- cianes quaiwle.1 ainong themselvw The ROUSING BIG BARGAINS -------AT THE- adherenis to swallow Mr. Pa nidi is coming in for a Brent deal of hostile cntu-.wn among for springing his wheme as he (lid, the ging his wheme as he of opinion being that it was onlj inopp.li tune, but that in failing t'j taku the Irish parliamentary party into oonlidwiw IK duplayed a lack of courtesy of use, nervfn, blood purifier ut polwu. a liver lonlo wlthool with such A GENUINE TEMPBRANCB BEVBRAQE lny stapc LIQUID MFE, sinct it mvigoratw and regulates di j u been known. IS remarkable I izcd by n .poontful. lo "Mrt thatthe equal o Bitter, doea not eml.t, and no count ith -in-Uar ha, CAUKOBHIA, eUe.would be in uctipn ol the medicinal truita ill. LJ OKK 8TEAM LACMOBS. Our tpeoialtiee: Fine Shine, lOc; Jo; tc. and Laoe Cnrtaina. Free Deliv- ery. A W. Camming., Ml Center .treet. B. OCHJO, B. Third .t. cor. of Buffalo and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes HKNRV WKOJUfS MCW BTOttK, 103 K. Third it Booka. Stationery, Jaosical In- ------------u----- aud Weekly and everything pertaining to a nnt ciua C '.Bookaaapeclalty. JOB PBlNTDiO ol every dewsrlption >n luwol llf lug rate, by Dunkirk Printing Company, B and ID E. Second St. 1'KBRECT BITTKVIS 18 THB HB8ULT OF ind gladly f a center? ol .utferera have gra eo-rtl e wonderful success of (hi. JH. VAH BVKEN SON, Pint. Llle, Accident and General liiiuracoa. en In Beal KMale and Loani. Particular attention paid lo (ho tan ol property ingrenuko. US Center at., 2nd floor. collect- ON BOB'S PHAKMACV, 800 Central Avenne Headquarter, lor Wall Paper Paint Oil., Ao. S, J. W, W C Mitten, and Kobea. NTTENOMENAL TOKIC oy THB WORLD. In order to meet every probable demand, two formula, ol the >une ingredient, are now pUl up THE OLD 8TTLB 18 8TBOHOKK, 8LIOHTLT BITTER, AKD MORE CATHARTIC. TDK ITKW 8TTLK, PLEASANT TO THE TASTE, AMDE1PRKS8LY ADAPTED TO DBLI CATg WOMEN AND KKMSUBBR. There no dUMHue ol low vitality, debiluv o function., or nervou. proitration (or which VINEGAR BITTEH8 18 HOT CURATIVE low" THB DEADLY MICRO AND OMNIPRESENT BACTEBIA sumption, in i y of an offlcec-with l> official seal attached of the county and state of which tbe applicant to be a citizen; this provision only to apply to per- sons who may be in th. service and seek pro- motion or appointment in other branches of the government. On motion of Mr. Cunimings of New York an amendment was adopted p-ovlding for tlie -actual" traveling expenses of the com- mission, instead of Decenary ex- penses, as provided in the bill. Mr. Butterworth gave notice that he would ask for a separate vote in the house on the KTiendment, saying that "actual" traveling expenses might bankrupt the government 1 his disposed of the civil service commission An amendment offered by Mr. Brecken- of Kentucky to the mint clause provid- ing that au appropriation shall not be avail- sole until all laws limiting silver coinage Khali have been repealed, was ruled out on a point of order. After discussion of an unimportaut char- icier the bouse at 5 p. m. took a recess. IN THB SENATE. WASHINGTON, April KG.-The senate de- oted the day yesterday to delate on the limd forfeiture bill and eulogies on the late representative Gay of Louisiana. The senate bill constituting Rladstone 1 ich., a port of delivery m the customs let of Suiwrior was reported and passed I lie senate resumed consideration of the r-ulroad land forfeiture bill, and Mr. Call on with his argument m favor of the a .nenilment offered by him as to the for- iture of railroad lands in Florida, Fending the discussion the senate on motion .Mr. f.ibsoii took up and passed the house resolution appropriating 000 to be by the secretary of war for the relief of persons in the district overflowed y the Mississippi river and its tributaries The consideration of the land forfeiture lull was then resumed, fjeveral times during h w speech Mr. Call complained of the anathv the election of officers at the time that bank was captured by the wreckers. The ballots, it is said, contain the names of several of the prominent men conduct in the affair has been more or less a of gossip Senor Alfonso the NBW YORK, April aft-Senor Jose Alfonso delegate from Chili ta the recent Pnn-Ameri- can conference, regrets that through a re- porter's carelessness tlie remarks of a Chilian citizen sojourning in country have been published ax if emanating from a delegate to the conference. The incident makes it ap- propriate, however, for Senor Alfonso to express his viens, which he d.Tes as follows: I regard the mere holding of the conference as an important matter in itself. While there may be no immediate results the work done will surely bear good fruit in the end Chili desires the trade of this country. We have been most courteously treated bv the here, and I desire to denounce as'false and unwarranted the entire statement made by the citizen referred to." and implied a measure of proprietorship the Muiijimltst membership in the which hiM-ulleagties are disposed to resent As n matter or this resentment, not only ou the part of the members of his own party but that of many ef kis Liberal allied li.is become so pronounced that Mr. Pamell may be. sai-1 to have been "sat upon." Toe railnay strikes are again assuming a serums phase. The strike of the and gunidsuii the great southern and western rail ways have pitralvzed railuuy tralllc in all paits of Iruliiud south and southwest of I isU-r 1 he places of the strikers are being filled o.s fnr us possible with clerks and others equally ignoi ant of the duties they have as- aihl the result is that nobody will tnn el on the trains unless he is absolutely compelle-l to, they may be killed. Only a few tranif Shot His Wife and Committed Snlelde ALTOOXA. PH., April 26.-At o'clock yesterda> niuining Daniel Rittman, formerly of Cleveland, O., aged 35 years, very much under the influence of liquor, entered the sleeping apartmentof his residence on Second avenue, this city, and called U, ou have only half an hour to live." As Mrs. Rittman sprang from her bed the drunken man pulled his revolver and Bred several shots at her as she ran from the room One bullet shattered the left shoulder aud a second bullet entered at her lun-k. passing almost through ber body Rittman then a bullet into bis own head, causing in- stant death. Mrs. Rittman will prolmblr recover. The couple had been married about a year. us nre run, and these very slowly and with no attempt at regularity. The "ignnl men are turning the most active of the strikers and their places not. having been filled no the movement of trains at snail's for fear i.taceidcnh, A (ieniiiu, liuaiioier, named Beranger, who recently founded a deposit bank m Paris aud h.ls since dons a large business, a ten days ago anil his continued absence leJ to an MBiiiuiHtion of his in- vestigation disclosed the fact thut he was a dcfnulter in the enormous sum of JUoO.OOO, and detectives were put on his track. The 'Hi, er.s Imvc as j et lie n unable to locate him definitely, bntliuve not obtained n clue suffl- cieutl.v plain to wnrruntbelief thut hehusgoue ork, hither he is being followed. A Uussiuu iMnipiuiy ho-s obtained a (.-onres- sion tj construct a of railways in 1 tfi'sm. The compuny is thuincially ported In a syndicate of French "uspicion, of railroad and people of Lilwral were aroused and Oier in- TWtigated the matter. th.r, had been about families there who bad nmled help but as over WO of aid had 1-ec.ived the railroad company coiiclmlwi feuat the want. all had beau amply provided for and demanded full charge, ou all further freight. that a stock company been formed to take charge ef goods v-nt and sbnre. were lisUd at needed help the mnst freely b.iru-red for whisky with moonshiners in No Land." Many men have fllled CriU' eel- la ith nifHt, corn, (MU, wh.nt and pota- toes given bv ohanuibl, lloiiM are Mid to hare Wan. enough stored to last them for yearn Money to be plentifol, ei'cept who have received but lit- ,u i. lly is charg-ed that the Steveu. county relief coimmttee was organized U ujwn the charitable prwlivities of toe people ol tbe country H For everybody. The grandest stock that ever was exhibited in Dunkirk. "Pring "umlner Goods, Yarns and Worsteds, Infants' Wear, llibbons La. Trimmings, Buttons. Plush and Leather Toilet fumery. Dolls, Mechanical Toys and Seasonable Oames iclrprwia lrcu-8 Carriages, Girls' Tricyrlcg, Bicycles and Toys, Fancy Braids VVurfclngMaterlBlafoj fancy Art Work, cmnplclc line of Notions and A CANADIAN OUTRAQB. Amerle.. Throw. K> The riajion Bullot Mox LITTLE Ark., April sevelitj-live were I the Chi 1 nilttet- ninwl by ijtoii-lirpekeuridKe miastiyntingcom- Tin- witnesses h of the ncgroc- were ore that he uited for for conjjrcss mtli bite Iti> IT pi-pcinct in county a the election. A recouuf of'the votes m the preciiut box showed 210 for A Mereban, AmM. 'he tcntay ami stance of Murdocks Nephews, dry goods .101) witmsso, from claytou After his arrival he was boarded bv Custom. who, and then, correct, and carried then Captain White to load bond being related by Coj! Clinton for that purpose Subsequently, when White's wtu "early with arrived the revenue steamer F.ona, with judge and court White was .uiiimoned to appear and given thirty minutes to decide whether U-KO to Jail for three month., and have hu herrings ers- caigo catxxl, or retain eighty barrels of h White will do but be- ih'e latter eiiisinCHpt McfJrath of the Fiona sent the Ra id Iransit 1.1IW Un-el, of horring. Capt White Mating to him at the time: 4ou 4, mlYi.l.fT lie then mid inattention of seimti.rs. ed of the apath tTOBQCAIiBD VKHMIFTQB. A book could be written of its virtue., an aw Center street, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. Saddles Bridle.. BiuTalo Hone Glove. Mitten, and Slelih Kobea. r> MHOLTB8. f, 17 Kaat Third .tract, FuhiOMble Tailor, Gentlemen will and It to Uxir advantage to call on me before pnrcuaatng PB. CART CO., am Lion Mnel. Genera] Hardware. WuiU! Lead.OIU.Palnler's Oil Clolha, Sranite Wan. A sprcial- Monroe range. RVUXO, .oeh H blank-books, ledger., and all kind, ol done at Dnmkirk Piloting Company, __ and 10 E. aoeond St. KPDOIPH MOLDKNHADXR, Cor. Tbirt and Buffalo Su ,v.r b. wltot atatUe f OLD ASP NKW STTLB VINEGAR BtTTBBS IH THE HOUSE. Send for our Ladiei' book. Addreu B. H. MCOONALD co, York RE WARD I In Granite. Marble, and Ruun tt co, 7 and Kaat Front .traeL Whiakr, Brandica, Olberal Liquor Stan tor Family Romtmua, !u UoanliBg. CMd and StabhBg bj week Stable, bit j. amotto, m cmtm (UP General Inraraaee and Beal Katale ,IJJe, Accident, and Live Stock atMntum to awl Beal totale, i o. joiua, n Third M., our. Deer. Meat Market. Freah, Sail aad Lard, Sanaacea. Oyiien and T, :BBT tbe Aaron Ballmer Watch. W-M. MOCKKII. MeraaantTmUor, m Central Mr. George followed ilr. Call in advocacy uf the proposed amendments. The amend- ment, be said, proposed only to give the poor i. ran a standing in court by which he could u his rights. Mr. Pasco took the floor, -nd the bill went over to Monday. Tbe senate passed senate bill providing an American register for the New York steamer icrobosco, under tbe name of Conemaugh- hill appropriating for-a build- IIIK at Fayettevllle, S. C. Kulogies on the late Representative Ed- ward J. Guy of Louisiana were pronounced bv Senators Gibson. Cockrell and Eustis P tolulions declaring the sorrow of the sen- e were adopted and as a further mark of senate adjourned. and who alleged that he WH.S about to aljscond to the United States Mr Hamel tuisbeenin financial difliculties for some1 time, and has been trying to arrange matters wit, his creditors. His liabilities are said to he about of which is due Albernell Co., bankers, Paris, France who were his backers. He will be heard in court CHplurrd. PlTTSBURB, April Marshal Order your Suits and Pantaloons of ihe Stiver Creek Tailor. He will pay your car fare or send a line of samples select from. to f 7 saved on Suits or Overcoats P. 199, 8II.VEU CREEK. C. O. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, 384 MAIM 8T., MUFFAI-O, N. Y. Diamonds, Watches Confederate Memorial Day. NTA, Go., April will be c> lel.rated throughout Georgia as Memorial d day upon which the graves of the Confederate dead are decorated. Here in Atlanta the occasion will be celebrated with elaborate exercises. Invitations to partiui- v.tewei'd sent to all living ex-Confederate f -nerals and the acceptances have been very ueral. (Jen. Joseph E. Johnson, Gen. kirby Smith and Gen. James Longstreet arrived yesterday, and many others are 01- ected. The exercises will consist of laying the corner stoue of Confederate Veteran I ome, an oration by Col. J. C. C. Black of Augusta and a grand procession to Oakland cemetery, and appropriate exercises in deco- i.iling the graves of the Confederate dead there. The city is full of veterans from all p..rtaof Georgia and adjoining states. The reunion is more generally attended than any excepting that when Jefferson Davis was Vre four years ago. A Welnlimea'. Gathering. NKW YORK, April informal dinner was tendered to Rev. Thomas Charles Ed- wards by the officers of St. David's society night at the Westminster hotel, which was attended by about fifty descendant, of The guest of the evening was tho principal of the University College of ales, now on a visit to this country Bx- Judge Noah Davis acted as chairman and among those present were Gen. James, Gen. Williams, Hou. Ellis H. Roberts Rev Mr Uoyd, Rev. D. P. Parker and Rev D A een Jamea. p T. BOLPB, H. 0.. Fnvaidaa Surgeon Lyon't Dnut Store. atar Itn at Lvon'a, and Jewelry, Clock., Silverware, Leather Good., etc. gSOBA VINO, BOLD f SIL rug fl.4 TING. A COMPUTE UNB OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, OnwalMIroawitoHoteL An Embrzzllnf Clerk. PHILAJJEI.PHIA, April 20.-John C. Gra- ham, 25 years old, a clerk at tho income of the Pennsylvania company for in- surance on lives and granting annuities, aived a hearing and was committed to an- ther the charge of embezzling about 000 belonging to his employers. The defalcation if attributed to gambling and fast company. Bomoved tor Inefficiency. COLCIIBCS, O., April 26.-Governor Camp- Mi removed W. 8. Cappeller from the offlw of state railroad and telegraph commissioner for alleged inefficiency and dereliction of duty and appointed in his place J. A. Norton of Tfflln. The senate condrnied the removal appointment. Oarber, Mai-shal Harm and Officer of this city, arrested at Stoyestown Somer- set county, Jeremiah Wilt, Edward Brisban John Brisban and John Siiw, all charged with counterfeiting. At the house of John Brisban was found a mould for half dolla and some counterfeit money and a little w obtained from one of the others. Wilt aa Sipe nre coal miners and the Brfebau Brot ers are contractors. They will lie brought this city. Sensational Testimony. NEW YORK, April the trial O Donovnn Rossa for libelling P a Cass day. the latter testified that the fli-st troub he had with Rossa was in 18W, a bi was rendered for the payment of Sir, to man named Jim Brown for attempting to i sasinate "Red" Jim McDcnnott. Before tl sensational testimony had been explained th court adjourned. After Seven Yearn Idleness RKADIKO, large fur nace of the Beading Railroad company a Temple, this county, was started up Thurs- day night after beine idle seven years Y. terday afternoon the first cast was made. I is one of the company's best furnacea Th majority of the furnaces of the ramipanv ar now in operation. Urged Not to Commit Ontracos. VIENNA, April leaders ot th various labor organizations have apiwaled to the workiiiginen to refrain from nmimittimr outrages on Labor day. The rifle factory a Steyr and many other large establishment will voluntarily give their employes a holi day on May 1. Incrense In Ship Knlldini-. BOSTON, April Herald's Augusta Me., special says: Last years ship buildin season in this state showed -a great increas over previous seasons, and a careful review of the field seems to make it safe to state that this year's building will greatly exceed that of Ifwd Jive their evidence. An eftort will then be made lo not only reveal tbe identity of the u ho stole the Iwllot boTi but also to flnrl out who killed Clayton. SerlmiA CniiKequmc. GI.OUI MHS> April '28. _ Cant Joseph Smith, up-lit and part owner of the schooner Transit, which is reported to h.-ivemet outrageous treatment at the h-m.ls- of tbe N-wfounrlland official-., says he has not receiv.-rt from Capt. White any par- ilnrx ot the nffnir He says the vessel was not but under i egister engaged HE WROSC ONES PEARL TOP" CEO fl MACBETH B1TTSBURGH, PA ANDARE HIM in the Red River. SHHKVEPORT, La., April 26.-Repoits fron from the upper Rtd river, above Fu ton in dioate a big rise, caused by the rains The are bank-full aud if the reaches here it will flood a go.xl deal of country. Another Fire Catnvaqiu. ALI.KNTOWN, Pa., April fln in the ruins of the Unicom silk mill al Catasaqua yesterday caused further to the extent of A quantity of silk stored m the mills was destroyed. TI.e DOM was Fatal. AMSTERDAM, N. Y., April J. Jackson, aged 31 years, died, from an over dose of oil of wintergreen. She took foul ounces to allay pain. Strikn. VIBWA, April 36.-SinW April 1 flfty-Qr, ttrikei have, occurred in Austria. ITIIlitllieU in Ihe foreign trade, subject to all customs n-Ljulatioiii, and entitled to all privileges ac- corded to merchant vessel. The unani- mous opinion here is that if the fuels am u reported the officials have committed a vi< latiouof law nhi.-h is likely to have senoi consequences. Intense eTcitemeut exists among the Amer- ican captain, mm here on account of tlie ar- ruling of the court and the destruc- tion of private involving loss ami iiniimge to the owners. Cajit. ivtnrns home with his einntv vessel iwlresa. T Chair seats square and all ehuncs. 10 o 13c. Large strong delivery Window screens spring sides, 23c. S5c., Handy book raokp only, 7Jic. TliermouietorH large size only, lOc. Lunch baskets, lilothcs hampers, wast, uml picnic baskets a specialty. Pillow ahum hulilcra'por piiir, 03c. Ktand sewing baskets, Knife and fork baskets Bhelf paper, all culorn per dozen, 2o. I'atcnt dress forms adjustable fi "irapiug, Towel rollers, 11 umt INc. Towel nicks, Large wooden spoons, 4c. Combination hoiibc tool, Wood butler knivog.'Sc. Maple quality,   .-ellan. He has appointed ex-Goveruor W blexham as comptroller. Active Rermana. LO.VDOU, April Si-The Times' dtspatch rom Zanzibar says the Germans have con- structed a fortified station at Mt. Kenia, nus annexing territory to the Herman possessions. v-.-rce came to an end at Pliiaski It was one wrnly contested sensational ever tried ie in this sect ion. trial lasted ten day. and mnety-eiRlit witnesses were sworn Much mnk IwrJi'ry wa. summed up by Recorder C. N. Uulgerof this city and John J. the inort aift fomble attheOsHe-oeouiiiy bar. Each hours. Mr Bulscr'. plea was verv effective and moved four of the jury to tean, UwdM limny ,jf the audience CARL SCHAUER ?59 East Third St., Has just revolved a full lint; of morning they had not agreed, and he ordered them locked up until 4 o'clock this afternoon is he had been summoned to the bedside of a sick child and could not return before that time. 1 be UIM has developed many sensa- tional features at Iwth trials. On the first trial Lawyer was jtrutk down in court by brother of a female witness. Yesterday one of the wit- nesse. for tlie plaintiff, a Mrs. Lorraine bought a revolver for the purpose of snoot- ing Recorder Bulger. Somebody ixjstad tbe judge and tho woman fled. OflUers are look- ing for her. Charged With Kf.rgnrr. HAI.KM. April 20.-A warrant was sfiuedforthe arrest of George B Ives ex- assistant district attornay, on a charge of forgery. '1 he amount is said to be 000 and'ibe names forged were those of Kuloinou Lincoln and B K. Fubens Tne camplaint is made b> the Fnvt National bank of Hiilem which beldllii.iu., of the paper: the Salem National bank holds Asiatic National S" N'ltioilal bank )f Wiirljleheail. It is alsr, las up his wife's e.slata ooo ttnj tbe Jonathan Bianey estate of ivhich In waB rustee, to the amount of The moiiey e says, was used in living. lloran and Hrlfhl full. NKW YORK. April vii.-The Doran-Wri lit umpany, nueof the lirgebt bucket shops in xistence. all oterthecoiiHtrr mended pH.M.ient .vesterdav. Oj -he partners n, the ,-ity and the T out Croats aad Troaserings Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to si-e him befoi a purcliasing. n OUR SPUING AND SUM- MEH LINE OF itatcs tbat oi-e is in and the niliei f town. In the ottlee of the concern the eiu- loyet stated no one th.-i-e had authority to peak on the matter. Fonnrl Dead in a Hotel. TROT, N. Y., April 2.1.-A girl, 30 years of ;e, registered at the Boston house m this ty Thursday as Lizzie Meyen or Boston ind procured a room, where ,he was found dead Friday morning from a doae of arsenic. Kemp tl N. s. -n r: P. of tb. world oe Peter Kemp and Neil Mattorson took ace yesterday on th. Paramatta river and suited in a victory for Kemp WK HAVK THESIIN PAT-" ENT LEATHEK and BRIOBT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLOUED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, VITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAK. SULLIVAN SON 213 Centre Street. BUFFALO, N. Y. "We have frequent requests by mail for samples of new Such we an; pleased to receive, hut we beg to ask for particulars in ivL'ard to namples State whether edg- insertions or flouncings, 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. Ihe money value we offer w simply uuparalJed. There are edgings from J of an inch to 18 inches wide in jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different .vidths of insertion on all desirable kinds of ma. terial. All-over em broideries jrrat variety. Flouncings in the different vidths from 18 inches to 60 nches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, IScand Me per yard. A i, AM, MEI.DRUV ft New goods for this season re coming in daily. The nuslin underwear stock U omplete, also the linen stock he cotton stock and the white oods stock. By "complete" we mean they have all the new tyles in this season's new all the variety that ie best purchasing facilities n the country .can bring to- ether. b The Winter stocks are of- enng gi-eat bargains. Thers ever was a time when yon ould trade here more advan- ageously. j Adam, Meldrum Anderson DRY GOODS, I Carpets and Draperies, Hoolulaad AMERICAN BLOCK. yoe-4O3 BUFFALO. N. G o to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. SPAPES.   

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