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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK N. Y, FRIDAY. MAY 2. 1890. REP RESENT A TIVE aSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK BITLDfe MACHINE (nr rllliu all kin IB at blanks tlie latest A lit OL i he haniral Department nt f am pan v A LEXANOZK-s Coal and Wood 1 aril Central Avenue, o All grades e, opposi ol Hard te Nickel Plau- and Soft Loai, leliT Lurnber. Shinglch and Lath Free toluated. Coireapon lenci lor wholesale Idtk 1> B. OlnrOBD, 223 and 2S5 Central Vre JJ. Artistic fbotoKrapher Inamncanenuh Pbutogruplu of BabioB a spec alty neeu not for sanshine except for aabtem. NO.   burg, F.II I Casi i lOHi-ii ir iftein in hav e not vet made r K "'y furni11 for Bine or hours, I Uthoiiuh rh y -ire "till keeping up the VI IT f I he Ubnr hour junratmn n c ei viuies-i n, iul TvfN-i M Mav 3 the 0 il ik T Herda} m but one to grant "ol 1 V, ivyj men nueujnrs w ork and ten hours pay to be as HnrmlciM Kittrnn The Cltlee Fllleil With Soldiery May 3 terrible Mai da> ouiLhed to the n ites of music furnished l[ %Iui) Mai J master >v numerous bunds the hour named h the heprutenuon started from Monroe ll lt> I. I OOK anmexx-j luviia -r> prielor, So Hi E street. near Buf uno street, Dunkirk. Y Magaiims, Mi tie, Pampnieu, etc.. bound mall inli-i or Im, promptly attended to. A.11 work gTiiiranu.eil I lURCHKifS CRUCKEKY HOCSxi j II JOS Central Avenue Whcilenule anil retail dealer in luportc I an I >omedtiL China, I LJeona and m m hi 1 uist The 'niteti Bri rluihood of l ai> i nters h ik yesterday at m t Mih >-lhe The trammers and 'HA( TAUJG'A HOTKL. Kates fl prr 117 LiTerr Boiudlng btahle in rnnneitim AOod n tor Ei ler, 3uS and J37 Li tn all i e ron m ,ld, rs in, t il work, i-s _i ipliu il 1 'i the inlon wro 1 rarvers anil joi o, rs H, b, mi t i 1 i UJL 111 ie i iv I ill i s work vesrerday ui 11 mi i ot 11 month in wag K M t r N M ij 1 HL Lar ue hour system here rt is no dissatisfaction. adirii  i a tr .long horses a specialty I- lightest distu-b uue jr wi iu de nr, I) m i< bine N K Furbank-t mploi., j appr h inu rs il (k iinlpiur es 11 I j ruki. uie plLiitiliilK n d tin -i tin l' MII-- nents un b iu I s i i 1 fc i I u k remend >us r, ,f n in i I n i l men whether .....tatontl it (i .ivd.il t elim it in in h t i n i n t M ill irtra ted e ei dT who hid s ,rfi ,ent leisi re irr n 1 rheiorn 1, rs aaj mils! of f'le in m, M ried i The poh, r I Ii, va thiE the roblieir wnx I and .he ,rk of ,r more rhe n, itirs I thew rk h i injbitn li in. m inn j fe, t on in I -I I m nti n llle ire rf en i o us v I ,e ml pnse-i me rire ins h theilinhe-a WAS nr t vi ir onh on itc i u-ioni Onler in K. iiui Bl M.iv rl i isjjnil w irk sti r afu rn MIB ti i II f i i u linn r i ut th t iv mnija deirrie it meek I hi. 1 mib to at pear fi ro Anarchut ar lie sa that an- lout and pi ''ai genius bj tontr i-t In London the street h-plav of the bi strength md unconi promising letermmi tion of the were positivelv ridiculous in thiir uieaureness The IJarudes wpre not dirciteNd bj r the trade unionists or the SHJCI ihsrs md really seemed no have derlnite objeit The and trades ori f mauler in tin -ei oilfi d md the prismiet was t) mil nt for 'ife tit hard labor in An I ui n He ie ed tha st >Iullv and mil ud with h s mother aid two sisters with im iireren e minder oci unvd LATEST ARRIVALS m Oet i u e i r Wilton Wli, ail niMir m 1 a populir tHu uidmir I.d m i r i intii Mm e 1! t i Ui in lir I it i llu mi n were I peifit! ir'trlv u 1 th, did not f h> killing h PI is, 1  i his tie, 1 ue mil le resented unless the propun of the ntli 1- i n rhe meantime ni, 111 e j wh ch a ni UtCT of SMIRT vO., JIB, on J_J Center a tret t, Manufacturers ,f OIL 'Cromwell and 'LJunttirK perfei t tltuni, Lirese bturta On Dale in all leading inrniolnn. clothing an 1 Iry tfoodB houses in Dunk rk v, F TOOttKY, i and 4..I street. -JcaJer in F'our, teed. U.ile.l (hi; I kstaMiihe 1, hBUE HOTEL ami ummp baloon Lmim Depot to all traina an t biH- inasa umisea. Bent aicommiiiiatiiinii (01 Lu n ncrcial Travelers Juuii J Murphy, Pi up EUI.E.K.-4 A a an 1 H F Third utr, eL IMnc fruruilurc. Cabinet un t L p atennjf Picture tramea maile to order I il F.1 I M CO L-entrnl Ave Uj-leroot t uhiun and iteuilemen Ouiiltrtrn I A-KKLI HE.VT1NI. CO.. Mai, ifacturt rj ol 5team tleitlng Appurjtiif- S-n tarv fliimtung a Specialty STF-1M LAUNDRY uur speualtiei F ne Shirts, UK. i o, arn 2c I uffs jnl Ljue I urbuiu r nt; D-liv ery i Cumminjs Ar7 Center street In ii inived to t e bike u ut k vv in i minion i in, nt i! it l i n ,'re-iiu, liaik I ivvlii lutlnll Hi nlei_'L-t md I, K! in Invvn an mini n-i r 1 Ih r v t n i IH ill _i inn I in ui ii inn l i i tk pin n t 1 i i n i n 1 M peaii is Mill u r t I he ark ii I the i in i I in iu, pe IM 1-v, I IIL el 1 1 ell I 1 II II I in n tb, p i k i I l in n th. l n i- nd lie-seil I hi i is -p, n tbt 1 ib r i ig i -iiij n m the ip llailse tl it II ui u niuks t v j, Mdi Ut till- III III U ll t-, V 1 I I p to i t i s hi ur f he I l I 11 ii uu M u rhi k nils ill i rl i i n, TL 1 1 r i 1 L n r ake p irt in t i i i c( ,n 1 there tl 1 ii t un i i T il fih I'll -ii iii, ib r p i i u i n i i ist n .iiit in i 1111 m s e tl i j HI i i ii veil at rh, I n i i -t n M i i_- 1 IH 1 Ii nt i u i 1 i in i ill i't s in 1 i n ui u ul 1 i l! t i i ilii-in tL i i tk i, ir 11 i i v ri i t h I' I S ,11, Ii I K L i m Pal 1 I lot k i md P l i Ue THE LAW rwasnisinbid Hemember t IUL and displiied pu t ire-s of h uus- bind uffs noise- n I costlier with the n inies ,it f u ns Hit, (_ No Further and their i ompani >us on rh, jilljns and ViM'enl in the -.t UB oiirti the last words of Mn made I The Sex. i ilwt leader Morns lelnend i K 'T i i I I hailes f, Hatxh fiery h in Hrde park and sri id n in 1 -iiit ut WHS ommentwi Mxratetl the of com un 'nt i I is tiimelv erroneous, strikes throughout the whole land uth iv _ th it Lnnernor Hill the "mule obj it of seLiinnii tiini ersil I 1 in t-resof the LOiilt ei.'lit h ur 1 iv If a nub the i HI I) i I dallied rhe law of I onne- loilld rtsnlt frjm the iu i iti u m-tirmi nil 'iient he lulmd the 1 t 1 o a i rtbir he had' w-mid tin! it imiLh ea-iri and mi to itorc vtlicn dill it titf in i an? provue in >u {-i il v t i! lid I mi rt is '4 af -e Ii h i n-e is m-mitv 1-1 i 1 uml th it l.ilb rl hid Ueu i I HI id lili VTIS In nli most of h m l bad j ru live be, n f und tha 1 t i e bi en mm d i m -r H it A small It, n 1 ts 111 t 11 ir i i II u In 'ilium nit I u 1 1 ,rr i l- n ti'Ied v I r h p i b t 11 e i 11 i' v V n t u d it Pi v ,_ Ur 1 11 it i t m 1 l i i_ ni B 1 l li'fi n u )l f! i l mi i I s ha 1 b, i i i 111 I; t I ill ule i ru ii ui Iii [HI- ii il tli mr n i )u r -i n i i_ rl i i tr fr e b r t h, v un r LA a -tt ntj I. Iv it, ps mil rn> 1 V f' v i n 11 i v i h ir vt l i 11 J K. OEHJ1 V. ll r I St., cor of tiulTik SLnu! i irer an I ,le i cr in Fme SI ooa 1 I BTNKY WI.LLKK S JTEW STOKE, K .Ii r'uri'HI. BiHjkj, SUOonerv, Muiical In rr i_ t ,-1 v h t bend Pis Inn m- IP uliprtd h iilni- i in _i i li i 1 i tit i th, i1. tkmt everMh pg perLainiQK to a Ursl 31 hoo ijooka u JOB leatri] tl -t hnn? rates by 1'linkirk Printing i ami ID E -ecou 1 St. J en I' 3 ren VAN A SON, Fire 1 1'e Iul M i lent anil General InditracjK il 1 1 em in Kea, batate and i u ar I aon puul to flic L ire it uropertv Lolh Lt ;nta Ac il'J Center at. -nd H i l 11 n I M iv II n ver n 1 t" ,r l i I ill v i 1 11 it. 1 v v i v r iii 11 i u ni_ lit 1! juin l U I II I -C I! II I I VI iklll, t_ II II I >_ I o 1 I ll. Ill u i ul jf tlieiourt of ii-lit to the It ith thin r mts in tlie r lust I nd I it h v 1 m Iv otbesiipreme file on the i ontmetir is i-" 'i I r a writ of hu d ie t, rbe perfei t unlit irv 11 lau.emi nt- 11 Hi-- i ii1 (i ustuntioni.1 preseme of Urai lioiln-s ni tirxips I I il t t I _t IILI il tern underarms PI i-vun-r rhe t nbi 1, nt I M ils He savi j mtut I pvv mis Of ill Xn) vilti us wi ie n d I lime m Vienna aloue and L. rim is 11 i i- li I -il idviser of Iitemllj crammeil with soldien lj it vt i i i -ul that DO-ui h' Onl> m Pans h us theie I w n nn I, )r I 11' lie I b, H.-I h ul been lei rhv rhe name of fught im imlthis ll' 1 I c urr if ijipenls md siren n M-c much out of tin 1 ibui m> t I t le1 i const ituti nial uu lit ns rhe opporrumties ifforde I I v rln- le i v ihe le i 11 n and "L I.-IDII to the 1 nv less l-f thituevii T 1 Ll i I i -tun il (.runltv oue tor Moiks: to enaiw 111 waifirewith tluii in 1 li Luninion enemy the polite i> i 'i Bnen of the i >f dp The Liverpool Ka.s stoker- threiten to 1 s' i i k n t upon rhe-ub -tnke on Won I to enforce their kmaiul 'I 'it t a i i il- rould not f )r piv and hi irs a mi 1 K" 's ia if cin-titii the meantime the ma-steis rt fu-i t i m ike lit dt- i- vvnr tu b me the _rn liter part of the in u- i-k d I i tb i itin mrt le- ot the propnctc i-of pnhh huls )ml I us U i t n. LI nsimi public house- in t iinitui m iptu- I i 1 n t -.1 1 I nutter ,o far the u-e of their h ills ft r rhe mi ettnj: lis-n i nieii 1 The (illy thing "hich hid betii annouuced las'-uiuiii r ill- ir_ue ir bifoierbe 1 he i -siciah-rs hive el r 1 I vu l- ,v delegates ro the miners, congress t be n i held ir 1, Inn ut >u Mav I THE BEEF COMBINE el MUST BE EXPELLED Vnanln.ts Will llloued to Rn- triiu Pul i !i in mtenuw Minister i ji Ian llu hid ii teiu coaieiu I hi I'l-iontmt d he wini 'iim bint their "tienifth r il ill lujjei pw-y abuliis di iriBKllii: tu-k of Uir jrovvm- i n 1 ne mi us i r (tiiitiinifd 'I i nl U urest uf flftr lii-tK m i ud l-.'vvuere louisu Mn hel wiu si t I in II l V -leech, s -u H IULII 1 J ill nil v i udjTi IH wi'ie f, und i ih In uw it tin. M >ns with b i i ireu i ,1 urn ri, rera I n I t ik, i rn am u until -ii i tb n I -hall him truiie nun ru rivn :i l lit i f.iilll u hi- I ome i r MM hnti ud v vx il, t 1 iv It i, 1 'i 'he u i ui( I l j -nut i pen.iiv- ttt i ill if ion im u_ us nituh u it i 1 I im. our ,iM u lid A i 11 n Ladies mil hiMn u s Ilim >-i ttl Linen ami Cotton Lii I'P I nlies and ChiMruis Hosn n P  Pjp< i ,ml 1 v I, JM s h i'i ats in I Sewing I i ill The Dowiiins; Ki'diinng Batk s lutlio- Himp< is i-te 1 uiii li Ha U, I lulus mil MISH s Silk L-vfi' I li.- (Mi 1 ritnl P Centemeii Dull Ciiii anil txpioss ('aits Sp inj; soiti'iis Inivnis Lai i mi] Toll us   I i MI u w II in t been 1( si! iu ill ubrtve. Jxiepud V i I uul rl un the .tint i l III IN v i 1 i bv p 1 ill I I H m r t be I llu t un rH I I I 1W S ll Hllk -III Mill r-- LII 1111 ll i MitilHll 1 l t u I ll Sll ,n, 1, 1 I I hi fur tli it m MM ie i Incurs bi fore t sil ilm -I ibsoliif ly v i In r lie I, u a r i -I 11 11- mt ii iu i Ii k n I l I limit-, M i llnry I KIN n 1 1 u, ei at the I nioii ,hot fx n In re OOiicr itreen irnnt upon him >n i i v il to a bid I 1 1 Ins mat andsliot II' It rue r 1 11113 was pre- Mvomin illn Imsclf Mrt n nd A HTI khn she i t. I .h that -he It H IMII ud in ISSD i i i- n irn d to tin. w mi m in lie h is hi en IIMIU h  ur r> )ld lining th wai with the Block i iv 111 1 Its l Ki Inn -.o, N. Y. v> i Ii rijqutsts lor samples ot 1 I I u v HONTH "le <1 to nvtivv, lint li oe centra! ivenue ae.i liiuarure lor Wall Paper iu 01 3 J 1, 17 tadt Thirri street, faiior will Un 1 it U) thei" u> all on me pun baaing B. C4.RY B. C4.RY CO., A Lion street. ixvu lliirtlware White I ead Punter a bujM tea Oil Clulnt, (snit te W-are A spoual if bams Pt niaaii ULTJNCr nUi ai blank ledgers an a km ia ui birtnkd tluue it Dunk rk I'nutiag Company, a an i 10 b, t at i i ni> ulri 1 I I K thienteu t i -inki on II ie hundnd rumi'is m n rl a v, for an id in e t n nT- i In I I be -call for nuninjr Iv un n til t id md rner 11 il nun s ire i f i effect vesterd iv Vbi ut n mi irt ttFened hv rht i h 111.1 I In ,i ul 209 f-enter stieet. -circitj of coal mini is m tins 1 r i t an 1 ieakr m Harness aal ta Ics, Lollars, Truuka Whips, Buffalo It ibea s areat Lonu in tin. i lei i f f rvers vrloveg M'ttcnuand sleigh It, I fs rile supoh i- inh A) pit n thi requmuients Full vnn PHI v. Afiv p r, rs f tin vi t r I Art OIL, tin_ i inuoiiiHid th it IH t M t n sou b id been .n into 1 tin mil i on "idt nt t is in ite si ci s- >f the n i i out 1 i of is u n .la t r an in i e m dll 1 m i >i ,r i it -n -truik for an mLn -L FH i i t -i) p, r il ot tin i i _i p nl thi nirn-e un 1 tbL men t led ti v ork B vi I IM i M n Th le i n i ri-it lieie Then m rs l r'liL union beliLve rl 11 )tn] u h ttbat they i i it in i i i h m ie i-futir, maimei riiin bv IKI juul i like 1 jnlv be ei ti t I ipon In i ii M nip, nine i iei- ri in _, i t! I I- lit I I 'id 1 I 11 SHIV l ti nk- i" n in_ u i i, r in ,'it u i r, u in 1 r- u i i u i_ tr i n _t IK i s LJi -1 n t il iti >l u b ,en j[ u it i t rs u i th ut rs in'this utiin it i belie i suit in In -et lei u ut ol nil t tie tin 'i Ihepi v ni u_r -tnke un i_the in 'bis i is j let anil i i t u 1 it l 1 CIL.O exist-- to t i'ii ir-ti d in thi popul ir t ir I i- rbe erlLrt of oppressing v t i in i le shipper and BALFOUR DEFENDS HIS BILL inentn If the Iiisli Would be Pronpenim Thej 1 be house com Mu-t Lower the Birth Rute h >s mmle fiiMir i LDNDOS In the hou-e of com im n n latnns of mt n-lust esenma Mr Bull ir re-umed uleiinie thi debate m the land purchase bill [r mbin in >n of bis opinion he ud thar alrh mjh r i ill I Ml 11 ni in !_' r I'i i t d Ib ii i i i n j t-i r th h i n r i 1 i ir ti b tr rh r n >-t 11 i i j. ii Br I V J p, i ut 1 flu l ri r ipon the I ill had hei n t niHe r n_ I n i 1 in foi-m were hesi i i_ iu-ub-t m, e 11 i i-m i i t The seveiest tkf inier- lib m were] ___ ham pen 1 theftlmj tlur tne attat pi i i I' ssel IM (f m uket 10tli it i i >ns- atcoidul with the best truhtumi ot t tn I f irrli arercdued eserj in the bouse He U 1 stress tli nsumer is not on the f lU tli it W illi mi H ircourt lud port to me i-ire -innl-i-- t) iv il i lip and e t n i r i ir pronts wtre I i tt 1 Mti- sntemems of c imj to i i i r rl e eifeir rhar the i f nt u i nth U i i T ir th it rbt re is an ii i UL ynrtiLieut to ac pi i- ontn licted f the i tluit there thia one HehadmfiLT t n a put1 t> a measare open to netv obintion whiLli had been acainst tlie pn-enr bill itmg the objections of Mr Piintll Mr stone H u irr M, Dillon and other promnnnr nu u rs io lhe> ire at iii r u-.ua! t in CARL SGHAUER East Third St, [1 is ]II-t IP I IV I ll I Hill illlt Ol ifteat variety Floimcuigs in tlir- different fioiii" is inches to 60 e pr i t Mst innm_'iriopp nenr- _ though he believed that mam of then -nj it n in the flu ilesij.ne 1 with a v of CONGRESSIONAL ll fops i in K Cor ThirU and Buffi twaler in Marble r and IJui ttiug Call on t uyina TOUT aitie-wilk XV 7 jui 1 r i p Ution t intei rente with i a- in uii i >j tre fully >pr h f ti e hu ago 1 tb di-i rimmati m by 1 I t ie tl d beef i il s i re- nt pi sitioli ri 11 i n imrue in niak i it-1 i m u- vvluili atumi Eaet Front atrttL iekT, Wiaes, Brandies Liquor Stort- for OBKKT Jt'KAY, laon street, the lepo g, dale. Feed in i liven Stabling by the day ur week >n re J. JWl Centra) Are O .rfiierai lueurmce iutt fieal h fr antJ Live Inattrunce. lUeotiuii jj s jn to u i i I I V 1 iv, I Mrs II -In rhernal u ti iTt i to u n_ N in m continued V I thjf Qe VHV 1 I fn flee fjl C. JO I "S t Thuit sU, LOT K'-c xrelwor Meat Ireeih, salt Ucata, Lard, suuaagefi. Oyaterc f mltry. W JEWELR1, AC. the Aurorj Railroad Watch. Reuairinjr a specialty Frank f stapf. US K ToirU at Tailor ltt Centrat Avenue vi bi t ill pi, 1, ibh j nti aftLi iv ilij vi itnonn ui 1 mj l i 5IUl t -t 1 It Is II It u t tilt einpl LI- u- m LI-I- u L n 1 ntj ei_bt >rM uiue hours paj (Jtfers ti-oiit t tors to mdividu tl men -in the carpentern -til, it st k, rs 1 ir us 't II i Pn Ii u li hn and v 1 i l 11 hi- I ti i Till- >joe- I U t' t I1 u vv l i b tv t i se li ti 11 v it HU un i-n i] n e Ihe i 4 d i ia-L i v 11 MUJ: that V 11 lit l- l in ,u, I, hnt! i" 111 i il i i i i ii is t ni n -li i notne "110 rl T nil I t VV Uloll It" It v i- il in iv I tint -he il I Iv li in in- mi' pur h t ed LI i u il t it u-t on 1 Ll leet Trn-t mil Itit rn "ills C untie! ,eil Mi fri t I- iii i t i 1 li r i, i 1 i n f i I u iv n l i i- r itiil t n l i u n tl m rl i f 1 1 n_ ji 1 s. u ro The-lr, 1 ill- i' n i i i rr i ill i f. n i d,  nt u. i ul rt 1 -O, n i r MI tii- 1- w a.n t hheitner Ran dfc t n (Mi ve'-reni bvthi -.In iff u s.t( uut) 4I 1 he K. 1 EOLPH, M D ver Ljv-a a Drag store Resi-lence, Central TeJepbune 3 lls may be left at Lvt n s, nitiod of Ihci" urg quila as much as for the eight-hour dav In the smaller Cltlen Lai ISA in t, May least U 000 men were in line vesterilav making a proces- sion over fu e miles m length tlie a monster meeting was held at tional park where -vimuel (tempers pres i'i i e it ii n t >r-oil litv and i t -i ,1 mui h surprise Che i ril it 'tiilnll trade though miei i i'- tint mtmlwrs of the firm iv" be ns arrested here for j nl in made spettb throujhont Irel in 1 Di 1 they in je tin meipanentv mil un ivisiiom of pulv m linages' [TFen- lieu l Mr Dilliubtl tlinmn rhi v h >le bl i u popui moa of thi of Irel md upon rhe landlords s some rc-ponsibihrj fir hivma ilil resteil upi u the pan [Hear Hi u Timothv. 1 Btsmt-li.ie Thespiakei calhil Mi Helh to ildei Referring to Mr b irnbi rlaln s itle i that the autnt ritlt t 11 e en regulative pow, 1% over 01 rr icrs tm 1, i, bill Mr itliuir I h ir i I el i w is in its m i m il 11 u tin n it il i desirable to lie the o mtv in il the arri it u uk m which rhe mi, i n il cxiiliaineut Cut he i I 1 N la Ireland in it- normal 11 ndiri in l p n nellite cheers Ihe bill had no rti-n d uules- it ii, to effect obj r ni i merely local but n iti ,nil Ihe hon-e ought mt to allow if-clf to be fiu-tritt 1 m carrying our the lament- of the meat, in by an> IOLU! authorm to be iiiflu enced bv political reasons He di nut be- line the bill would tend to iu 1 md lords On the contrarv by diiuini-hi the social friction the landlords loull Ix, induced to Ine more freijuentl in Iiel mil with Clearer powers ot usefulness HER JEWELS STOLEN DJUI hess of Robbnl In lui Edlnbarfph Hotel EDtNBtRltH May hile the Duke I, Mt 1 t I, rue IL- 1 ITt 1 I n-nl i rl e in I i m n i t in 1 u >i p n Mr 1 I m I Hi n 1 in ui 11 i u il i t i tv m i t f t i u i i n tb U i i i i.-, ft I tt iu lit i v rl i I mil r I u 1 tin i u I i led t I I I f 1 e I IP r iiibi v I i ri tuirs t T i ik t I i i il 11-1 lit r THI V i l Mi tin I i n K i- i i rt ii i tl i I u H til i -ti i 1 i.i 1 1 ui u v i n i j a, UK a. urea l r IT ion t 11 n i 11 >n s mm n -t u IP I i% is in I rne m L u r vv i- j i si ,1 l %.c--i 1 us mil In v 1 in In I vt nt r v rl tb, itfi that iv I iji r ikt n io-d u tt I m Uljourm ,1 i i li I k 1 V PI Mi V, t fi ni i t i i i I i wit 1 II II 111! -viAMns: rlir Hoard Demctrrjtic fr r, i r Miv "-The board f all i n u hi pn- -d an ordinance h IH_ i, tin Inn's if AMurminit distmt- s> i ti ink fiM it the MX Democratic I I i iint ele tion the Hepubhcanii i 11 'I t u li-rn i- Tin present board u 1 l PU DHmxl 1IS luii thrwj I I in- lo the 01 linann tlie ''i "i i t .ir tin v re of ovi 11 ft in n 11 r it, i time f i i sin A! lei man Donni Ih r 111 "V 11 i s sir k and u: 1 t i I i In me, nuff si nt in hin i I i niti n Ih- redmed the number of ii be i ti tvv I i rn ilctnu only nine I tt, sn i 10 tj the v n, i H M v Vik D findsai ml -tmi ei here is VXI nhort v -MI nt ml a filtirt e He h id en- n e I u_ tide iffici Poi'm ister int s ill irl i H IEI n hant and did not lo jk i' rli I r the oflite fnspetror Mi Inn in the olFue W eilnesdiv and is i I i i pm-tni istet I will (.ill 1 iri 1 i i iv I i ininu hi- ial and I' II ll r Iv ue-iil ivi I e rn. I I I i I i 1 i i pull, 1 I wn -In am null n t m mi I he III hu. be, n t I r i thi I L si a J iv-, Post- ii u-t i i it ha- in tin b In it I ilnl Rail nitU VV n c k v i i I u Miv, i n a mi id vi h nt u.s- i il vv vi d I IK tab w if I b ei but 1 niiltieer ij i k 1 it I i- i -r u ml t i n nn i i H i m uiio uris jumpeil and i- -i n tin t ul un' i ii r k iv a i v t 1 In _ i in 1 then j. vt 1 t 1 i I in nr i hiny it IIIK in, u MI, bidlr inptiru K. i-liiii m I'ai Mfimv Bi F-WS VYIirs Mi> persons, ivf 1 n V 1 u vvomidid m i c il ti u vhui brrken mt in Pai.i- 'i (Mils only h ive been re B.xlv Found. ]IOT ls ie teli communu ation Mn J-The fimilv the I mlitnr of The l and Duchess of kdmburgh were Utendmg tin T II W the ceremomes of opening the electnc ex th it Mr ilker -s btxly has nsiir in couir and his m la toi ut, failed to I hibiuon yesterday the jewelsof the ln< heas the Ro moke at Weldon C V[ -'o.-.. been tound stolen from their apartment-, in the Bilker was drowned whila on a Balmoral hotel There IB oo claa to IHI boon taken to an insane aiiy- in -h w i-i j bciutifnl brnnatta with 11 i I ur but to 'Ur bir hair w u lines ot cambric it V, loo, I-JJc, 15cand r v .inl. 0' r I w lillil Nt-vv goods for thin season coming m daily. The CTsrcoats ana Troaserap nmsim underwear stock is oriiplete, the stock. tO ill} 111 tllH I at that will f) }oii to -M e 'inn hnfoi piiicliasinir .III' AND MER OF ui J1AV c. ,111 til IN 1 I tATHEK in I BRIGHT DOXf.OLV WITH KANO COLORhD TRIM MINGS W E ALSO E A BEALT1FI LPATENT I LA T11ER SLIPPER WITH A I AROE BLXKLE FOR STREET WEAK SULLIVAN SON, 21 3 Centre Street, cotton sto T C. C. Penfold Manufai Hirer nod Importer, 3H4 MlIS ST, BIKPALU, N. T. DKAJ.KB m Hauionds Watches and Jewelr} ioi waie eiit IT i, Mwtt i tc. SJL VgR PLA TtS9. A COMPI BTE LtSR HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STKKKT, OplKMlte Imquoin Howl REWARD! WL wiJl puv above for any of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick JndipefetiDn, t onaupaUuD or f iwtiveneM we fannotrnrp wtxh W Vegetable wht n liTTTtioiiH arc titnctly rompiieil with They arc purely and aver foil to MVP itielaction biUfarOmtwl. Larife boxes, 'H> Pills 3S of coaa- t rf its, ami The f wur.HJonlvbv JOHN C WEST A CO HoW iiv PHABMACT. D kirk. 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