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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               B REP RESENT A TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK Avrw KCLLMG MACHINE for all bo 19 of Winks u mJi tit- Mecbaniiral Department tampans GOVERNOR HILL SAYS A REFORM IN Tt-ls, DIRECTION IS NEEDED Po'nt. Oul the Inequalities and of th. Prewnt Method of Sett- ling Them and Make, R.commenda- tlon, for In 81.00H I eh p., Not I.y MJsrhl. f he folio Mar the senate res- terda> M M J lous with e -il p It Is not u either jf LII he h.is n i. fre-h. ,a I" as loe journal read, arrangements for tfce rrneral s, rjseanrtiua tremu Beck roet rw-tenlav an t ir1 j.ited tke fol lowing program 'r- the at tbe dead. Capitol iv Tke to speak ments o' the two ho rv ce whick the pall bearers will m, In th Coal and Wood Central Avenue, opposite Viekel Plate All of Hard and Soft Coai, I w -very eu, Lnrnber. and "Recent arbitrarv f icited. z mes- I loes ,1pon 1 illiu and pre- 1 i 01 nase fa it He sav in it acts of partisan ma- I nl v. K. OIFTOK1J. 223 and 2SS Central Are ArO-iBe Photographer Instantaneous raotographs of Babies a 6pei.aUy not for gonaaiue except for rf'.IM BIXIIERY-JAXES IMVIIW i> No lt> fc. secon.l street, near Bu' street, llunkirk. T lea, MI t o. isle., boun 1 in all styles. IE ,tir ituauled to All WOT! CROCKERY HOCHK, unmilx rtailt urisprudence ami o ,r tr i> m ttr> ol n a lor lots' both fn legislatures, have in.it (ed me to to your honorable bod v et her a radical change is not aril isaljle in nr t on- U methods o( determ an _ n twted In a loimm wh, re there are so many e'etti.e nuea it is not sur- pnslnx that th. rt si, ,uld di-fiitea over the question >f title to uffi e llid Hie storvof I lie ad, til, ,t rLerlumsof nval candi Into, fjrrn-) no feature of. our j j IK lltical hist, r> The interesting fut j, t.reseiite.1 1 ever that in our c, m irj and more of I we have. rad a1 diffenng systems of det, rmmmK r, mf- t-o tcutests f in fonnertiun a'l utive e a 11 iti.'i 1 "T otih to le LslMtive Bites rorthe I, tertni the we depend innthon of theiourts a.s we pr peril -h f >r the determination or the Istter irnesTed our bodies with a iiidi power m that pri n of our rolls, i of the'' Ul >kes ea  This to the leyi-lature of cert fumtl us seems S sf- at tills of tireat the Ijve whirh I with its tears The e- a tl'Mnstvpe e- everv heart i lliro it- H the veeUi ropnate tune acl inthe earl> future I a-k the sen ate to a f r i i his frieiul- an opportunity to pav tl en tut lie to hi-, tneiii ,r) 1 will UOA a. k tl r nate to JUM Je- the i seuu to tile cltrW dtst uat Ihe -tllite Ln.- heurd 1 all, jt the H Jdlueu Of r at ill thi- with t, of m inruiijt. l vl i H la t k. le- I "f arranje and at house 01 Hon t P n3 Capitol street. The h pall bearers on the pa-t of the -enate are M svsrs Mor nil -herman Hill M. Pherson Puan anH The bo-j> taken to the marM- ih, and the ren a n- 11 wel t rnUi until a o.loUt II, lc thereci-p-ion ro.ii n the door of the marl IP ror tu an I pas. out at the west door of the ne the j houses ha e a.--em le 1 in the sen tl e v ill ,e t ik n tlere the pall 1 n ittee om I HrraiiKetiient- j The d ol th H U IxuL Uaj Man IK BJI "L Bcylea a h> fanner waa fooiid m i--liv McManua from Iiclaiul at an earh dav aud assumed the name ef James Aiter worklfifOB luc Misar an 1 Ohio rivers for a few he Icnated m tins touatv brmgiui? with Mm a -upjxjseil to be his wife After In II-T hai ilv together a number of year- and bdunit one chnd Bosles real wife cj-m, t hi- h jme in 18W and wife No 2 d i ire i 1 ru a_o John Ixiw a tenant on one rf I n 'e Iinimr -fnrnis had trouble "ith 1 ATTORNEY SHERMAN ARGUES BE FORE THE SUPREME COURT. Tile Prisoner R N0t Frutecleil Law How the rnfairvd P Liberated CtaJmo. by the Death Penalty eu If WM n f r b u 111 sad rcuul (HAUTAKJLA HOTLU ti 1 ell 1 I Oe H to I live I r Mr I, 1 i the se ui ai t ih ,t he -ei f.ee n i.rtui I i i i h re, r u rtl ,1 ill I i w LU 10 1 Board ng  kuuru Harris and the 1 resi dutt the Ije in i A Ui 1 i senate ati 1 Kci Mr lain if (he-en i, _tU 1 i the le ei-el sen ,1 r iu 'Ul-ale, i, 1, iel tl c r ri, -lun 1 f ii, u n ir tie Rei't r, r< 1 r 1 Y Alnosl liettroyed. Mav t, the en vv i, burn ,1 earlv Te-terdaj 1 I f tire ,tarted in r Phllllpa tr -t at 1 o and ot i in s w iff, 3, mdlng r e Pii I i I wfre ,wept f0i "in, ofthe li-tses as firancan be e-ti 1 Phil' p- III tn-lllan e -ill ,1 A. I o j.eneril UUO in N L Rowe leed and -4 "U tl 1.. general 'tor -UAksavefl R r tole IL Uiu iL-iirance harness -t n He read from bis 1 rief of the case there us one on which the apphuitu D was baned The petitioner, Ketrmler he said was under sentence ol death under u statute of the state of Sew imposes the punishment of death the passing through of current of electricit) sutTKienl m the inion uf the warden of the pruon to cause bt-s death the current be tioiKd ui.nl it kills him thw and other features abridge Hemmler'i pnv ilete-and iiiiniuiiiten a citiwn of the mted -states md deprive him of his life without due process of law and in viola tlon of ihe amendment (udife ,11 ue Mr xherrnsu -ta.te.1 had ijrsoud a writ m the to afford in opiortuiiitv to ui.ke the application ihe ui.se t ad passed ou under 'be -tale c. nstitutioii bj tbe loiirt of app. als Mr --herman suggested that an original writ wits Mr ermau his own afBdavit in the CA-W This alhdavit states that Mr Sherman wa.s an attorney for Kemuiler and that the application of the supreme court was ill, Hable bv Judge allace the t, u- i n 1 ai 1 I or _ the trlipl Threaten, lo P.e-i. R M MlV tie det ,Ie i ate rn the char tie- 1 J, il-lllsepr llinj; church rejettfrd Premier Cn-pi at n f i that he nould in in'ertr le idethe iiiestun if the, i) met IIHI n r rei instruction bv i i reat evcitemeut full I ri i d la- The strike Mtill On l Mo f, stnlunsf i e at rhearUtration l 11 ie 'u aa agrcen esi ir i L vva- tu lie resumed fjr tl e s-sunatiun esterday i i i tor jrder- f r ,KI tie jtrili rs manj them vni-iit f w jrk li momma this fact was liter- rutn ,ra were sent jfl Se, ret.iry Howaid 1 unul says the mea m re-iime ill iw-tween the Special Hosiery Sale This Week, HoMery, far below GentL Chil.lM.-s pr the Ladies Black Hose, 7c Ladies' B Striped Hose, 3 and 9c Ladies lleavy Mixed Ladies' Plain Black Hone Seamlen 15c Ladies' Strong L doable and 25c Ladies Absolutely ..4 and 39c desirable Ladies BsJbriggan Hose uT Superfine Balbnggan Hose Fancy hmped How latest fashion reffuUr extra long .He Ladies Striped Fancy 22c Ladies'Fancy Striped Cotton .27c Fine 8t ned Cotton Uose, 17c, Ladies' Sublime Quality Fan. y Cotton Mena Plain Light Weight Lisle 45c Men. f ,De ilouble heels Md toes. 16c Mens Kilra Good Quality British 15c Mens Striped Uose, -5r Mens'Solid (.Mot 18c Menu -super Stout British Hose 2Jc Mens' Uearr Mjxed Hose 7c 8c 9c lOc lie Childrems Solid Black Fine RjbbedCoT ton Hose all zet superior quality 12fc a pair Black Maro feet 13c to 18c excellent wcw Boys Heavy Black H us, Boys Super Slout Double Heel ami toe all I'zea Doable Knee Absolutely Fast Hlack Uose ixtra strong only He ttUfnloM. Boys Grey Mixed Hose double heel and only 12fc Special line Ladies Fancy Uose only IV Choice of 2i Style, Children. Fancv Color U we worth from 1'j to 40c only 10c to out entire lot P ill them ar, enters v point 1 I rf 1 Ur   SCH01.TES, X. IT East Third street, Tailor Oeatlemen will dnd t to tneir to call on me before part I epsia'ive todies mth. r il are a lavr unto themselves thev are trovemed Iv no estil h bed rile- f e idence are ml H Deed mai ilv 1- Mr asan cou_sideratijns L ntrr'll-l lar_-elvtv the n-ult of [artv r, r c.ufprence Fheir eilleiti u i f te-ti mnv through ominittees i- often v rtutlirez pane m it- nature VT >lentlT partisan and the deci-ion-are not renewible bv any biuher tril uml No more rivid illustration of the al n-e f a ereat pnvil, re-p, n-i1 il needed than tht specta  a n f n 1 in 11 r in 1 beiDu a nil .ci II, K 111 ,v ha.-ha 1 a hu et u IM hi i 1 p. pnlar wuh the 1, .1-1 nin H vv 11 make a v-erv l i, v, rn r Kn.iit in i r ,n -n 1 i en are! h verv -trunt Int l live (an la ite- J-llr 1 II f elector. r can inr f eeueral n of cin-'n   6 i i ie n tlie west angle of 'iir w i, imtii re ently Red Lake it n ire 111 Hiniex Ther started tt t lui es nortiivve-t of Poetoton rnl uid i -trip -everal miles wide i> u hirnel ,vet The flames are r U, tovv ml Ijike Millions Of have been destrov ed and un i iw and ram check t r I w I I 11 THE MAPKETa en PB. CAKY A tu.. S33 Lion street. vreneral Hardware, White iiea. Oil Uolhd Ware. A apecial tvol shemii. Williams Pa. eland Monroe range. f th RU ING. 4nch I k ot bl blank txiokd, and iDkB done at i uakirk Pnnting Cooipanv, an i 10 E Second st R MOLOENHACER. tor Third an I Buffalo RiaiJET a co. 7 and t East Front street. WbMky Wmea BranOiea. Liqaor Store for Family ise UBEBT Ji'KJII. Lion street, near tbe tlejx t. Boarding, Sale, feed and suble SXablins; by tbe day or week 011 reaaouahie teraia. J. OIFTORO, Central Aye icp (xeneral losnraace an I Real Estate Agent- F.nr. Liie, Accident, anJ Lire Stock Prompt attettaon TIT en to buying md seiling Real lutate. tin ites f-, ni -en MI, if n i ri-ennt ve, ,K Ul ,n- anus I v wl i. Ii lle.1 the 1 n-e i '.ti n and in purs I re arrived pr _r un f p ,rtv 1, 11, r- f r tli. f nur -leiiler n i l.ritv h thep, i h f tllt. I feleral le.n-lht ire i- t, lltn pi "I the J f rescilutloL -ul nm t tl ameodmetir to nr state win. h will take from each b i-e tlie povr" i lr r er of judaius t- own eletti, n- and cou'tr i "tc 1] the jnnsdiction upon tie c. urts t'le -i even furthe- and reiomnien 1 -uch A, r i n n thf part of the It.i-liture c- in I rein va likel t., hru the -ubject tn tb. anil's ti n fi a nl' n itel a -n m ir h use nearlv f 11 i rient le au n-tit uti u i-e the FHIW Mr Kent lo be Keuiovei] V i M H I ti Iricv referee 1 1 Htnrv Kent I i ti e -uit hrr K il f, m the of i- '1 r il Benefit Life II ri i II i- (oTiipm 1 I A I 1 l .HI e t IUHXIIJ Xhe i- i ii- K ut ie tl HI he overdrew nil a, j ,r tilttt [je ]m hn ew Prmlnri- flflt P rnu irra, e- vv-ii ter s j w_ M t -npertille l l, el 4m i S-' L 1 11 i i N 1 -prut Ji lu- i for e-t In i aa 1 t i il ex 5. n i 1 ,-i ii r l in the arl tiad i _ ,er van el Uw rni SI et HPN (Htniis pen i, 1, 1 ,-ing n> (lose 1 nmi sp, OVTs -Clpt n.- 1 losed finri. -HI le- f N M j K It B VHI Y tuiiiil I APU 1 1 Vnet lu I Mav 9 F e _ -I t n 2 d> t l.Hlj >r tl in m -e In -d r al 4n f v ri n _Tb, Ijil r r .rnier- Ulitn f aad granger U'iriz.ti na of (.Hiioaul Indiina are de- i i. a pliu to secure united pohtiial ti 'ill t'e fill amr utru A conference a-hMinth, it- estmlav The pro re 1 nis 1 ave lieen kep' sei ret hut it is u.lei- 1 an in arrived at v eiel v all ar d farmer tl u- lv 1 e w n r v, t e e- tj orsrjimz- J m cdlldl lates their ii v for those wdo pledge nppolf their pnaLlplea P r u ev I n K 111, r, 1, 1TI t Le r i i L- ua o a errmit v 1 con iiied been ue, es-iry t Mas- f -In -poking of the h nai ieu In rn this countrr li n in ni f high rank in tbt rvi e ii 1 he c  n arru Brow n olored, shot I Hu.hes Bell il-o colored) r Hi ff in- heal He entered ui I fir 01 ih drink and jeal i ipt d t kul her Hence tbe II e Jirl s Hi listedV 1 Bomb Injaiei a Clubhouse Bvfil Mav excitement ti i at the M r and Manu ilii iv the explosmn of a 11 i f he The con is-i 11 j- tctntiL atidthedmrsand win dovv- i. f T noii-e ere wrecked I M "I M.V The New lit tram due here at s4'p m Hi led at Ji> la-t evening with a t. h engine at S} enectady TLe swiu c eiwine was stan.lm. on the mam tric-k K ih engines were hi Ilv wrecked of the p were injured Itlea Market. Ln 4 N Mav i 1.1, ler the inn leli e of the reaction in week there .e, i led ,le  T EULPH, M D. Puv jiciao and Surgeon orer Lyyu s Dnjjc Store Bendence, Central Telephone So 9 Calls may be left at Iron's. 1 Strike. Beinj titled MADEID Mav 6 strikes are break- mg up throughout Spain eicept m Vslen- cia and Barcelona, wtcre the men soil hold Three Fishermen Drowned Fi N ,j Ma, sjjt men were b-h n, mi be 1 iy their Ixiat ajilMait livan (ouncAuev and ill i r vie-, The other thres, cl t, the boat and wei-e picked niter Jnf Sve miles up of Old Love Mn-t Pav t'le 1 suit Of Hurt r 1 l instruct- tbe The ar on tbe amount was established at below what WM last M.mdny as follow g- lots. lots. 18L bojes C. PiPknt.-Bip  the constitution of the L nlted upon a claim that the Imiiud prm lece or immuiim ,f this utiien to be mipt fr nu cruel and unusual punishment foretime by tbe frurteenth amendment 1-ttenilni anil protected from eflcroach ment.- 1-v ihestitc [t ,s further claimed l hat ev en if the eighth aiuendmeut has no or derue.1 api ation and merely br the operation- ot t he toiirteenth amend ill ne he umv be bv this court pre in hfi until the state of New ball deprive him f it bv pnx of ue the-Hutente under which he n contlned If this is. not a federal uesti n under the eighth amendnieut vet the the court that the state law the fourteenth an en.lment which deprives him of life wittiut due pr K-eas of liw Mr read from his application it he r 1 timed were irregularities m the -tdtute He held that the statute was without due pr .-ess of because it im I. scd a puni-hmeut which a pain fui leith and is bevond all question un usual it left lo the absolute discretion of office one presumed not to be an expert to determine the intensity of the   the l.eel- or b> rope about Ins dv The electrocution law did not urescnlie anv. direct method of utlon In the slaughter house ia.ses Mr lu-tice rield ssid that a man cannot be deprived of bis life without due process jf law and ht Itiruetl that this was a owe it -null ir He did n claim that the ex pool facto pr. vision ,f the constitution applied to this The law had been enax ted with regard V the proper forms He thought bat be hail enough to prove that the sbo ild not become a part of tbe settled of the country by the denial of A writ of habeas corpus Juitice Orav that the grant mg of i writ of habeas corpu-. would the eflett of liberating Kerumler Toihls Mr sherrn in replied that the court could provide this aud m o{ hm Umi he dted the Medley case in wimh theioiirt although grantuig the writ of habeii.sc rpns the warden of the prtson where the prisoner was confined Co aotify the state officers of the exact time if the pnsoner s liberation in orderthat he might lie raptured and re tried After several of the justices had anked Mr questions concerning the Chief Justice fuller announced that the appiuati ,n f ,r a wnt of habeas corpus ould not j n.perlv be grunted but tliat he court would hear an appln ation for a of error m May 19 The granting of i writ of erroi m the case would have toe effect of re-opening the expert testimony bv, the electrual commission The reconl of the commission would be pro- luced anil the lourt would prescribe un ler what conditions Kemmler shall be ex ecuted itO.Fale____________ ._ OSL, Washington U c opp L Pak.utof ce PaCenU Cureati and Be Igauea Herureil rade Harks registered All Talent biumeM, lucte.1 for moderate tees. Infnnnau 11 biy A Dlcnws, B F JOHNSON in wanted. >it sxif_TK, Iiopst l-iuii neat Fnuith iut unh.iMet i, lu mm. t Lham ba.- tu vel i id led lem P N i I.SJ I) sU' t HU 1 p tu Mirserv 'n8al- at enn ti BUFFALO, N. Y. e frt-ijupnt re by mail for samples o finbroidenes. Such ___ we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars regard to the samples State whether edg- ings, insertions or also what width and idea of the price. We have a stock of em- broideries that in second to none in the country and su- perior to auj in Buffalo. Ihe monej value we offer 18 There are edgings from J of an inch to inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss mushn. Matched sets in different el fUuiM, ,n K. mucrCUl i hi.) ,Hldtns of edging and insertion ,011 all desirable kinds of ma- ROOMS TO RENT b-j-- ;in tbe Mercbaou Bank Building of lib or Frank May A >hot (o Death. C.ILIVBU-S.C Convicted of cnminal assault on a v oung white girl waK shot to death in hia by a crowd of Ivnchers whooverpcv tred the ,h, nff The) fired about 500 was to hav e been April 11 but obtained a respite. CARL SCHAUER n great variety. j FlouncmgH in the different widths from 1 8 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, lOc, 12Jc, IScand 159 East Third St., Has just received a full line of are ADAM. Mil New guoda for this ooming Jn underwear stock s Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay j ou to see him befoi' purchasing. OCR SPRING AND 8LM- MER LINE OF Tie: ui Wt. HAVb lUtH 1A fAl ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINGS WE ALSO HAVE A BEACTIFLT. PATENT LEA THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By "complete" we mean they have all the new stjles in this season's new the variety the purchasing facilities m the country can bring to- gether. The, Winter stocks are of. fenng great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously Adam, Meldrum Anderson1 DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, BLOCK. -402 MAIN NTRBXT, BI rFALO N C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer. MAUT ITP, BdKFALO. DEA.LU IB Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, UK lu, Jsilrerware leather He. PSORA 11XO. rtM A. COMPLBTB USB OP HOLIDAY GOODS MALN 8TKKET. Oppntto boiooil Hotel. REWARD! WE will pa; toe abon rawmrt for UT of Lirer Com plaint, Dyipepaia, Swk ladigemon, cooaUpatMa or we raanotcnre with Weat'i Vegetable LinrPUla, when tbe direetiona are Btnctlr wtik. The? are purely Vegetable, awl MTCT fell presatiilacoon Coated. Larflboret. coDtAinmf 30 PiUa. 25 i-rnte. Beware of iKTtcitt. and imitaoona. The genuiot maaa- f teured oalr bj JOHN C WEST CO Sold MoMBOB'a PBAKHACT. D kirk, H. T, by GEO A. MACBETH 1 PITTSBURGH. PA, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. SPAPLRl WSPAPitRI   

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