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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 28, 1890, Dunkirk, New York B HEP RE SENT A Tl VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 4 MEW BULINO MACHINE 'or ".ling A all kinds blanks Is the latest he Mechanical Department ol DunkirklPrintlnglCompaiiy. A CO., Patent Attorneye, 7th WiiHhiDgton, l> C-, oup. U S. Patent Uf- I'n tents, and Re Issues secured Mnrka All 1'ntent bueinvBH onduc'e'l fur moderate Fees. Information. mid fpcciftl rcli r -iices eeut on request. r'JWl ,A All A MONTH can be madr irfWw It) 'J-.iJ1F.lHI working for us. Pcrions pre- crred who can furnish a horse and (five their whole me to Uie bufcintas. laomenifi may be profit- >ly craployi d also. A few vacancies In towns nd cities B. P. JOHNSON CO., 1009 Mam Richmond, Va. and Uf A KI T n ir Heliable Nureery Ml I stock, on Snlary or Coiu s? promptly ttendeato. I tUfUIIUK'S HOBSK, O 9W Central Avenue. Wholewle retail (lenlor m Ii qiawware. Ac. TOB tract'ol land .n Marion coun- tyt Florida, in the phosphate belt. Large r small quantities to fluit purchasers This ction IB irruwinK more rauidly than any otli- r part ol the state, mills iiml botu.fl are projected. A good monev uking investment. Charles Mann, Elm i'ftrk, N. Y. IT AN ACTIVK MAN lor en HEALTH one that promotes digestion, improves the ap- etitc, cleanses the purifiei the blood, and iinuUtcs brain and nerves without InJurlouN reaction, and one thru may he taken alike by or infant. PruUne compounds, made ol Ie rum or bad sweetened and flavored, ider the of ttitters, tonics, Ac., produce far worse than the disease for which they re taken. KULEHS GO., OT anil B TntrU etrcet. fine Furniture. Cabinet Ware and Up- uolderlng. Picture r'rainoa made to ardor, rri MATTK80M ft CO., 301 Central Ave., leaOera ul Fashion and GoutlemeD ouintuim. 11 ABKLlTsTKAU HKATISQ CO., Muotacturera ol Steam llefltiug Apparatiu Sanitary Dumbing a Specialty. II OMK STEAM VLAUNDRI, Our Fine Shirts, lOo; Col fora to; Cuffs, 4c. and Lace Curtaina. Free cry. A W. 207 Centar street. I B. OEUM. K. Tliint at., m. for Dover, there lo welcome explorer as he set foot on Bi it ish soil. There was a tremendous r-rowd at Dover, find when the special train arrived the pier was so densely packed t bat Stanley's friends and the reporters had to fight their way through. It was a of the survival of the littest, and a good many failed to reach the goal ICvt-n (he mayor of Dover, resplendent in his robes and chains of )fnYe, was buffeted about in an unseemly fashion, and nearly found a watery grave pn bis own hni bnr. Stanley, who arrived shortly before 4, had a line passage from Ostend, and the glorious weather should Imvp put him in spiiits Hut he was Hiid taci- tui'n, and ncitht'i' sunshine nor the cheer- thousands served to put him in good spirit i Possibly the thought of the lion- '7Jng und baiutiu'ting before hi in niadel.im mid had )ti listen to a iiddress iviid by the mayor, and sulnnit to lie iihormxraiihufl, even before .-wlioiv. Hr did not like either infliction, and took no pains to feign pleasure nl this commencement of his agony. Nevertheless, I he good-natured people made allowances 'or the- white-haired, prenniturrly man, and cheered lustily until the train out of "-lyht. On the way to London Stan lev's de- pression increased, and his friendH had to lo most of the talking The only really lively car was that occupied by the re- porters, who drank ch.impagne, smashed a window, and wanted to jn-ove tliat it was ot a case o! cause and effect At the Vi occasions .hen royally trau-ls made to do ionor to Stanley The [tolice had pushed ud Kicked coinnifiTi people of the sta- ion, and the enclosure had been railed off the pliitform. The train arrived at 5-50 and Stanley was the first lo nit of tlie snloon car us though he would lave liked to run away. A pair-horse i pen carriage was waiting, in which sat '..vroncbs Bnrdftt Coutts, ho shocked jindon some yeais ago by marrying a man iNirly forty years her junior. The Imi'- tnesK hiitf been for jc.ui Stanley's kindest riend and putron. He hnve been to the old fttly, and none would have been irised if he had shaken her hand, Jut the bored lieio did neither. He md not seen his patron since he set out in f uest of Em i n, but he simply bowed, tepped wearily into the carriage, sat the, baroness, tried bravely to mile and rulapKed into silence Peojile heered like mad, but Stan ley simply waved >is hand in a languid manner, (nd so continued until he reached his Iodg- in Kensington. The crowds, except icar the railway station, were not very but the reception accorded to the 'xplorer was nnmistaknbly hearty. As for Stanley himself he deserves pity atlier than blarnu for liis lack of enthus- ustn, as lie said to a reporter: am sim- >ly bored to and yet tho wretched has almost the wliolui of the London reason before liim. FVSTED FORTY D Giovanni Suoci, the little Italian who lias been fasting for forty days at the Aquarium, took his lirst meal, consisting if a spoonful of bouillon, yesterday after- >ioon in the presence of a great crowd ol .pettators. He wab not H pleasing spec- tMilE, although his phjsical condition is wonderful in view of the cirr urn stance he has subsisted entirely upon water for forty days. He has been very carefully watched, night and day, by two commit- ices of physicians from the Westminster who are positive that he has con- uined nothing but water dnrliiK the forty lays, with the exception of A little elixir containing no nutriment, to alloy abdom- inal pains. Succi lost thirty pounds during hLs l-nt though the skin upon his forehead is like parchment, and his checks fall Itetwecn his high cheek bones and lower jaw, and the lines of his face are drawn ilownnml haggard, he walks finely, am bin muscular grip ie as strong as it was six weeks ago. At the conclusion nf his fast SKOKA flXQ, HOLD falL t'KR PLA TllfQ A COMPIJtTK LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS 3O4 MAIN STHKET, Omwalto Iroqnoit Hotel DO-TOUR. QET THB-AWRONG, SORT T H E; R I G H T ONES :ALLED TOP ARE Made by GEO, A. MACBETfo L CO., PITTSBURGH, PA, ARE CALLED liw temperature was normal, 97 B F., puli respiration 18, and lung cubic centimeters. His weight was ninety three pounds four ounces, the loss since tha day before being elevem He ha. maintained almost evenly from first to las las normal temperature. The temperatur of his body at starting, on March 10, wa. BS.tt F It was reduced to at the end o that month, after which it remained abon PT.4. His pulne at H8, fell on th day to 76, rex- on the third to 82 and toll to 53 on ATarch 90. Since then i lifts oscillated bcUieeu 53 and Lie lowest, 52, registered on he aoth inst. His miincular grip be- an At 43, and ends at 51 kilogrammes, nd in the interval has oscillated between 8 and 49. His hung capacity begau at %000 cubic centimetres, and in a week had roppcd His height before the ast was 5 feet 5 inches. It is now 5 feet 4 nches, the loss of one inch being due .ainly to the shrinkage of cartilages be- ween the vertibrw of the Hpintt. People who saw Dr. Tanner at the con- of hta forty days' fast say that ucci has come out of the test in UK) pot- ent, better condition than the American aatcr. The Italiau fusled sevi-ral imes for twenty and thirty days, but iever before for so long as foi ty and ie ban consumed between a pint and a }iiit and a half of water per day. WILL TO STUFXGnU-N THK SHIP. The board of trade is int lined to give tho nman company trouble. The nit-mbcr-i ave an idea that the accident to thn Cit> f Paris jiartly due to the brackets vliith support the stern tubs in which the shafts run not beinw nough, and as the City of New Yoik is juilt on exactly the name lines, the In- nau people have been requested to pro- vide extra supports iu the case of both of heae bhips, a measure would ncc es- itate the City of New York being laid up or two or three months more, iiuolvtng Tinch inconvenience to the comjmi.j and he expenditure of many thousands of Ktunds. The Tnman company argue that he present sup ports are ample, and in this opinion nuiny of tlie most eminent experts tyree. Those, howei't-r, whn know the joard of traile best believe that the Innuin :ompuio will have to yield. The novel "Ixjokiny; backward'1 isnimost as well n here as in a cir- .istHiice which is explained ny the igui-es just published of its tn Kng- aud. According to The P.iH Alnll he sales huve already rc-u-lifd 'Jtli.MH) Copies, und the book is still in great du- nand. to defects, which have been dis- in ttie Hrii ish warship Thrush, he vessel not Ite ready to be put iu :ommission foi a month to come The Thrnsh's fitst it is expected, will 'ie to Amenta, and sho iw to be nuder the 'onimaiid of his royal highness, Princn Jeorge of Wales. The lri-h inilway strike Mttiatton m hc- oniing woi'se rather than better. Labor iwturbatices iu Ireland, like Hocinl dis- orders in that country, assume a more bit- er aspect than similar ailairs m most itlier countries and it is not improbable hat serious trouble will occur before the neaeut difficulty ia settled. The railway lirectors have determined to take ant- age of the legal rights possessed by them, ind begun prosecutions against the .igutil men who left tho companies' cm- >lo> the formal not HO icquircd by law and there is little doubt that tlie nen will he ninde to sufTei sesciely lor heir action, mabufHie preparations are beiiiK made ty the (ierintui military authorities lor tho initial ni.inoeuvres, which this jeiir u the Srii and until the i-id of May. 'he emperor takes u inkiest in ests of the condition of his and lu: las not allowed his dallying with soiia! ud economic questions to interieie in tlie with the exercises of Ins ruling of military activity. A party of .VIO Italian median us ill ierliu in June to inspect the operations here of the various trades in which tlit-y are interested. This unusual movement is an outcome ul the recently hiti-ndmed sys em of cheap excursions ou the German indAiiatiian railways. SEVERAL. BILLS TO BE DISPOSED OF THIS WEEK. The Mail Slightly April AineiK.ui TIIHI! rain one hour late leaclmm yesU-rdiiy. Sfvertti directors and seven clerks from the Oiiblm iflicus of the railway manned the tiuin and iarl charge of the mail The cleiks cur- icd the mull aboard the ViHhria, the reg- ilar einjilojfs for thut purpost3 tomed the strikers. The I'mbria wtw but slightly delayed in sailing. The Ser- ia's Knglish und Scotch mails were kept ibojini the steamer until she ivwlied hiv- ipin.l Michael Davitt, in an address lie Milkers in IMnenix them ,o submit (heir grievances to arbitration. Ife condemned the at turn of the signal men in quitting work giving no- tice, and without alloidmg opportunity 'ur negotiations I'arlH April innnieiiml elet tions yesterdaj otr (jiuetly. '1 lie police deiucetl the placards hich represented the audidacy of t-fen iioulanger and the Due d'Oilcans Twelve Republicans were elected. Fifty-nine re-bHltotw will be nec- t isary, Of these, the voting jesterday the Republicans in 42 cases, thu L5oulaugists in 13 canes, and the Conserva- tives in 14 cases. Eleven Hours for ti Day's Work, BKHLIN, April National Zeitnng states thut the government's labor bill fixes the maximum dttiatiuu of women's work at eleven hours a day. PHILADELPHIA CARPENTERS. tn Stand Out Tlic> Pledge TlH-iiiM for the IUCK-USO Deinimiled. Pflii.AOKLPHiA, April meeting ot' carpeuteis Saturday night dfk'gate-b representing l.UOit union carpenters out of a total in this city of about were pres- ent. Resolutions were adopted pledging themselves "scverelly and collectnely, to maiiituin the demand for rents nn hour, and to insist upon the payment of that sum on and after the first day of May. In addition to the official action taken by the carpenters us an organization near- ly every employing carpenter in the city was on Saturday served H notice from his own men asking tor the increa.se fiom 30 t-o 35 cents an hour for nme hours' work. Some of (he men prom- inent in the movement said llie> expected a compromise, and others thev would insist upon the full increase asked for be- ing paid.________________ He KmbezBlecl TUESlox, N. J.t April Soer, the head clerk of the Newark postufliee, was committed to the Trentou yester- day by United States Commissioner Rowe, in default of bail for embezzling from the money order department of the Newark postoftice. c.ime here Saturday night and surrendered himself to Commissioner Rowe. He took the mouey to pay off debts and make some in- vestments. He is years of age, has a wife and chiltl and LS well connected. The Liiml Grant IVrlViturv Bill Kxproted Itnieh a Vote SlcKIn- ley riiHtmim UIH >ext on tlie Calendar. Tlie hlUiT (jiiestiun AIw> be Furc.'d to an April 28. senate coining week dinpote tin' land urant forteiture bill, the peUNion iipjn-niiriMlion bill and poK-sihly tlie CUB- loms jiiiminMralimi bill, known tw the M( Kinle> hill. The' land grant forfeiture liill renniins i he nnfinishefl business on the HhMidiir. jJinl the intent inn ih to take it up mi mediately at the cone lusion of the hiiMiiess and proceed with its (list II-HOII until if is dispnseil of. It is likH, Him tlit- nppropi iHtioiiri committee iitii'inpt lo sandwich the tension bill in lntui'1-ii this measure aud tlie Mclvinley The appn-pnaliou bill no place in the oider nf hiitiiiess, but the other bus- ine1-'. i if t senate must Rive it of It thought at first tlint the lull Moultl through Ihp sen- -itf without opposition in the font) in which l rji rue I MUM t tie tinam e committee. nn oppi -uion to il in Ihat committee, ind llieie ho uo oppnai- Niiton ol nnpoitume on the floor of the Hut inn has developed in a new qiMi'lcr and il ptnrmscs to delay by a day or I In- of the bill Mr KvartH .in nun in cil In-, intent inn of otlei ing JiineniinieiiU (u the bill as reported from llH'ciiminitUf. the tlnel of which is a propnsiiion that nil finiil jiidKineiits in latur lake plait1 immediately at the eon- (liisidn of (he ileliate. The Moi ill sci it e pension hill which I ik-l in a lieai my; under nt (he rules, will be considered, prnbahlx lo morrow, and pushed to Jt eon- lusinn before of tliat day. 1'his hill was SHIR tinned by the Kepub- li tend ing to the foot F I Kinder1 s Height west aud tn Oak Cliff, iHlth nf Ihc eitv. On flu- noiih. nil residences from ard-, In voiid Cochrane street, are aub- ieivt d, some t-o tlie second floor ml to the at l ic No one has repuitf d droiMiul. All and all nl to higher extends far up to the t nhil-st on the south oii'-f. are as ftir up Ward ivet nniiii On (lie south and iu front '1 l hi- cil} thrie is one vtist ocean thirty mil it_.'l dt'i and Jit this hour it ia rising, .md will su continue for twenty- in tn horn s. Its like has never been seen. l h side JaiRhieers Out in Fwroe. O-wn.o, N. Y April Oswego ww invaded by .W) membern of the ot Ijocomotive EiiKinee eame special train from nil points and Chicago for the pitr- I ose o( holding n social meeting Several not.iMi oi iht-order were them, ii cluiliii'r (iiand C'hief Aithur. The visi- (titertaincd by Division 152 of secret nxotingwas held in the toreiMKiu find attended a p.ihhc aHeriioon meeting. Patnck Fen- II -11, known a.s the poet of the order, presided .Speeches were made hief Arthur, Col T. B. White and the Hon C' N. Bulger The next meet in u: of the kind will IM> held at aangton, Del. MO DeaioiiHtratioa in Montreal. u April A gigantic labor (I'-mon-'trttioii Uiok place here Saturday m liotujr of the eight-hour move- ment. Between and 4.000 repre-enta tives of the labor assemb in haboilh ire and were .nldressetl by their They were ichised U i omhine t oinhat (Mpiial, which was Ihc tf> starva t ion iluTiins in of eight hours ic passi'd A strong police force main 'iJined oj it i. A Uo-.iiHirx Hudj rotiml. W KIU in (.mi April hodj >f a woman oM uas found near he edjre of a small pond on the farm ol IIoKirt in the suburbs of Wafer jun Flu hody uas swollen and the fea .t.n-s di t'jrteil besond recognition Th nit'i-licjii c viMiiiuei the woinau has uttii a mouth. Foul play is fiaret lu Tennessee. MlMi-Hls, cyclone accom pained a heavy fall of hail, from loiiihv, t to northeast aitout e miles -out'r.'i-s! of MemphisSiitiirelay evening ai o'l lew k coming in thin cuiisiderablH has been done. Sev eial house--, weiv blown down, but no low of life reported. 82, turned to her mother in Albany is untrue. A Strike Probable. Cult '.uo, April packiag ii'un, by a unanintoiis vote, decided ;it Lo out ou strike May 1 un- fi.-'ir iv (ue-.( for an eight-hour v. is r implied with. A CONGRESSIONAL STRAW. A CHIIVRKK of Pnu.ADRl.rmA, April 3H. The Press mblishes the following- "The Press presents this morning the most complete and careful poll of tho ma- ority in congress ever made by a The purpose was to nscert ttiu the iows of individual UK to tlte ne- esKity of passing a tariff revision and ro- .ui'tion bill UH (ts possilily. "Intervlens were had senators Hid representatives. The Interview- TH have found what MIU to ho McKinley bill on ihe Keprblican side ifthehou.se and by the inter views to leading Democrats, have found lie particular Hue of attack upon thotHlt ikely to tuiopu-d by opposition Phe fact of Hupreinc importance in that a jillreUsHiK the tarlll and redueniK the will be enacted before conmvss idjoums for the suntnu'r. "The I'resH haw interviewed 1piO Uepun- itian nienihers, and with two exceptions hey all tliat M Kepublium turiff bill vill be parsed and that while us to nuiko-np of the party is in accord on the general irinciple itnd purposoof theMcK'lnley hill. Wlule Ilie inler% s a rttroiiK sent iient on part of Republicans in favor >f the bill, oven if some foal nres of it are lot wholly in accord with ipinion of the member called upoutnwx- ss his lews, there is a singular dearth tf strong cntioism on the part of the Ucrn- wrals In IA general way tho Demoenits irntosl fiKuinsttlio bill without KOIHK into larticulars They admit tbo probability if its jiassing, hut they are evidently dis- ileased with a measure whieh rtlters the of the free on tlie one innd, and the fanners of tho country ad- iitinnal protection on the important urti- les wliich t hoy prodiK e on t heothor liand. Tiie result sumiiiamcil in ns follows: "Total number of interviews, 'JOit, total uiniber of Hepublicatis interv lowed, 1JW. "Nuinber tu the party mil tlie country by iiinendinents, and [Hissed, 118 who arr not nure about it, 17." NKW YOKK, April liH -Fire in (he flve- itoiy flat house n venue caused i panic among the Iwche families occupy- ing t he building, whose escape by the was cut off by the flames. Some -.scaped by way of the root, the others be- blockaded on a defective fire escape. Daniel Hns'-lcr, oue of the lalter, a rope and lowered the women and chil Iren by it to the Hlreet The men then limbed drmn the smne wiiy. Kossler WHS the lust, and by this time the rope was tvorn away broke, letting Kosnler fall o the iiavemont, but he was not badly imrt. LJnt for his coolness HIM! presence if mind st-vrrnl lives have been lost. The huihliiiK was damaged to the extent of Slutrt in HtK Ac.-OHi.t-. Vi.'w N J., Apiil KrcdeHck Wisnier, ciishior of the. water roniiuissiou- untl rtf Ihe chiiirinitu of the Imartl, lum his position and it Is .said that Ins father has mmle H deficiency of in his ouuts. About a month hero a ruinnr of a defalcation in the >oard, lint Mayor Humes and all Ihe other members of the board don tod the story, ihortly afterward it was annoimctMl that Wisner intended to resign in order to enter the Itnsinpss. It Is stated that he was allowed to remain Sri office tho delleiency was reve-tled in order to prevent scandal, and will now pelmitled to go without proseen4iun, ou account of the high cuteern iu which his fumilj ihheld. A of Maipnu'l ire. ClNOsioN, N. Y., April 38-Cora Booth nged 17, an attractive young died at Highland, this county, last Sunday undor suspicious fiu nn.Htauces. Coroner Hiou, tit the refjiiost of a number of people, ex binned the body, A post morU-m examin ution revealed the fact that girl harl died frum the etlocts of inalpinctice, nml Ihejuiy rendered a verdict to tlie effect that it was committed at t IIP residence of Mrs, Nmih Itontli, at who 'H .tccessnry to the tiwt. Honl Ii anil K. Cable and wife, also PouKhkoop1 who arc alleged to be implhatcd in the crime, were arrested and jailed Mr. TjODg Wwlk. April S. Harrimau, who claims to be the champion pedestrian ol the world, arrived in Topeka on his way to San inco. lie is engaged in ing from his home in Wahash, Ind to San Krancisto, on a wager with Mr Me Donald of New York, John L. Sullivan's backer, to walk the distance, miles in sixty five days. He left Wabash 10 and is up with his schedule time He i> accompanied by two judges, 1'Yed fjt'hhnrr of Wahash for himself and Fred Drum raond of New York for Mr. McDonald. evctylMMly The grumk'si stock of Uoufleh Id Articles, Tinware, Kitchen Goods, Glusswarc, Ch-oekery and Wnode wiire, for the spring and HumiMr NftBOB hat evi'i was cvhibltcd in Dunkiik. Ladies' and lluta und Millinery Tiimnungrt. BaeKelH and ware, KiJ Gloves, und Corsets. and Gentlemen's FurntBhtng ds, Ynina and Worsteds. Infants' Wear. Uiblious, Liu-es, EmbroldeHw, >rcea Trimmings. HuttoiiH, 1'U.sh and LciHher Toilet Ariicles. Soapt and Per- ninety, Dolls, Mechanical Toys and Scnhomthle Ouinefl, Exprene Wnfrom, ChiU reii's girls' Trioyclcs, Bicycles and Toys, Fancy Braids and Vorking Materialti fui fancy Art Woik, complete hue of Notions and Underwear. With Sr.AiiLK, Wash April local sen nation was caused by suspension fron1 duty of Secretary MtCoombs of tlie relic! committee, which has in its charge remaining of the funds donated to ScattU after the June fire. It claimed tha' lias emliexxled a pnrtion of th> funds, and to that effect were filed at a joint inic of the mayor am relief cominittte hold yesterday afltrnoou Vo Hettleiiu-nl llcticlifd. Dnuorr. AjtriJ fron the LiuM'Ts' Kxt nud Ihe H rot her hood of CapjM'iiterH and Joiners met t< eoiihiilt on demands of the carpenters foi IUJ cents an hour and hours a day Tho builders agreed to inciease biji declined tn shorten hours This did no satisfy ilie and the confeiouct i'lideil witliout result. Both sides ituem aeterminod. Laying? TClt'ir DKTHOIT, AjiriiaK.-A project, MOD foo HUIOIIK lea'liny Dcijiwnitic jKilitif i.iuft her lo secure ttie DL-IIHM rntic mitionni coin en lion in for IK-troit. I. M. Wemon n (irand H.II Imirinan of the Democrat! f-tate cfiitral coininittw, is chief mover ii the matter, and Don Dickinson 'a aid i being counted on. International Prisons I ST. PETEiisnune, April inter national prisons congretw oprtm here on Juue 15. TUrca hundred delegates, repre seating ututta, are expected fx atteud._____ President Cairnot la Paris. PARIS, AmriJ Carnot has returned trow his southern trip. WJUSINfi BIG BARGAINS -------AT T1IE- Cliuir hvitts itqiiHiv nuil nil hhnncs. 10 i 13c. strong ilt-Hvery wagons, 85. Winilow Hoioi'iia Niilcs. i- S5e I5c. llnnily book rncke only. TSc. lurgc only. I0r. I.UIK Ii Imski'U, ulutlit'a huinpcrs. ml ImsKflis !i ialty, tllunil biih Kiufc mill fork I tiliulf nil I'c iluiH iniH ml fo Towel rolk-rs, '.I iiuil INi-. Towel larks, (poil'ililcl, ilfic1 wooiJun spoons, Coiiihiiintiiiii lumsi' imil, Wood hullt'i Maple rolling pinn best lie sttive icllb, Mr Ileiwy win1 poliito Tic Two font joiiilril lllli'M (box wnnil rass 7c. Handy pin-ki'l.wii'm ln's. 10i- NlOkl'IpllUCIIIV SUCIllh. Hi' Tulilc hpoDim, six for Ti'ii six fur Si- Box wood musl.inl Hi1 .lapumu'd He Nif.ki'l pluU'd coik .M( n'ws, TH- Nutnii'f; lliindy ImMdh, Hi1 iliipiiiiiivil can opiMHTS Tic. Kanry niiikrleil cun opcnciw, Or. A No 1 spi bit lam cb '21 pound H. I Or. Clmndclini' hooks foi Tic- Sink cIciiiiL'rH, 4r. Stove lifli'rs, If. C'onibinu' ion slovi: hfl'T'', Klti'lion shariMMiiiiK sloncK, KaiiniTB inunki-y virnrlu Lnni; blove .ric. t'hiy pliuils, He. Fin1 ,10r Mnlioyany broom Ti-fi und ffi- siritini If. Black enameled handle xtraiiien, 5c. No. 'J stncl oiloni, Tic Double cut gimlet bits, assorted 4c. Strong kitchen kniven, Beat steel screw ilriveru, He. OiK-thousiind pieks. Korgeil steel Urge screw 5c. Sure rHleh-'Bin traps, lOc. Bronx.ed Hod coat Sc. iviue'eliiipc shelf brackets per pair. 9c. .InpiinnuJ nlnilf size 6x8 per Japanned almlf hrackcls ilzo 4x5 pet 5o. Ex IftiKehliHf bruoki'ts size 8x11! per pair, 18r. lino pulleys, lUc. Tuelt claws, Be. Coat hooka, thrcp fur fir. Crown tea pot slaiidK, 5r. Lump wicka per dozen, Ie. tiurncrH, ftr. Infants feeding butilea, lllii. Lamp ehiiuni-yH, 4 and TK'. Counter limslles. 28e. Door mill KuiuApringx, (complete) 13i'. Japanneil Kiu-h lifts each, lie dozen yieel scratch awls, 4e. Bhiitler knobs, 4c. ['olisheij drawer pulls, 4c. hook hat anil cotit racks, 5c. Tun hook hat und coal racks, lOc. Poll.'licil ash knlfv boxes, Klc, I'alcnl folding ironing board and 4nnd, only 91.BO. Thirteen bur rlotliCH biktH. 05c. Folding beiu-hcs, UBc. Fancy decorali'd stove boaril, Fancy painted toilet pails, 83r. (Joint- Hour sifters, 17c. C'liarlotte runac lOc. Stampeil jelly lOc. Itettt tin sponge cuke pans, Uc. Indian bread pans, 4c. 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