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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               HOUSE CLEANING Time ie Main upon us with all its trials and tribulalionflj hula portion of Ihe wor.'y and inronveuienre may overcome by having a goodly supply of Glwui Old We have a large supply on haml, can furnish you all vou need, in lorve ur small quantities, at'4Oe. per lmnilro.1 VOL. XX. K. I II UK ItKTTKH FACILITIES "f l-iiiiUni-HauHiiiCfeM- turning oill joh for SlatlAnerr. DUNKIRK N. Y WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1800. B REPRESENTATIVE QSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A MEW BUUHO MACHINE lor ruling all kind, ol i> the to he Mechanical Department ol DanklrklPrmting Company.! UOUHDKB'S Coal and Wood Yard, 790 A Central Avenue. Nickel Plate aSoOL All nmdea of Bard and Son Coal, WSStt LnmbeTsUnVlM Conretpondelioe lor .wholesale lott wlicited. D B, QIFFOBD, U8 and MS Central Artiitin Photographer. Inrtantaneoai Pbotograplu ol Siller. owd nol irait lor lunttnne except for Dabiea. FROM INSANITY TO DEATH. A HUNDRED CRAZY PATIENTS ARE BURNED TO ASHES. An Lunatic Aiyliini at Uuebec, Totally Dentroyed bj Terrible Sccnri In Burning I'onr Nuim Ixwe I.ivei. A Trap. LONGI K POIXIK. Que., May 6. -The In- aane nsyliim at w ,s burned to the giui.jui >mui-daj and i( i, estimated Uw to 1.VII of the imuates lost that f i f u when the fire broke out. The books of the institution were destroyed, so that the ex- act number of killed will probably never be known. The buildinfcs were of brick Tlie princi- pal building was six .stones high, and other of building Jive Tbt Sisters ol Providence spent in founding and or- ganizing t bis lust itulion tl, of which building was insured by the government for a sum of theRoyal Insurance company. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. OPPOSITION TO THE GOVERNMENT'S COMPENSATION PROPOSAL. THE DEATH PENALTY. Arguments Favoring Iti Abolition Before Committee. AUIANV, May committee on judiciary affairs of the senate gave a hear- ing yesterday afternoon upon Gen. Curtis bill to abolish the death penalty. Mr. A. Powell said that the laws of capital punishment were made to obtain the .safety of the public. Under the present laws juries were afraid to convict; pardons BIMDEBI-JAMBS UVIHO, I pnetor. No. 18 E. Second itreet. near Bui fnloBtreet, Dunkirk. N. T. mUguiuee, Mu PampnleU, etc., bound in all orotiiptly attended to. AU work guaranteed. Ever since Quebec was a province appeals taken; insanitj management of these most helpless of all! clltlDied and other things conspired to the creatures has been its shame. They have been farmed out to the nuns at per year apiece, and the aim of the sisters has been to keep them as economically as pos- sible and with the least possible outlay for permanent repairs. Insanity was regard- ed u ft disease I1CBCHEB-S CROCKERY HOUSE, t> 903 Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in laf porttxl aoc .Nuneitic China, Glauware, Ac. I 1HAUTACUUA HOTEL, Batw, tl per day. Livery and Boarding stable in connection Victor Rider, 386 and 837 Lion street. UTW BAKBEH SHOP V Cnag. Nagle, Under Lake Sbom National Bank, cornei Center and Third itreeu. A Hue stock 01 foreign aud Domestic Li gars. 10NKU1I BOM, 838 center sueel, Practical borse-shoers. Pamcular atleulion to inlertenng noites. Snoeing ol road ai a trotting nones a specialty. rv EVENING OBSERVER. In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. not amenable to treatment but as a malady instigated by the Evil One, and to be exorcised by prayers and in cantationa. By a curiotu coincidence the only Pro- testant asylum In the province was in- augurated yesterday by its new superin- tendent. Hitherto patients of all denomi- hare been crowded together and the Protestants, by persistent personal application, hav. raised enough to found an institution of their own in which their own patients are being cared for. For years the government has been urged to redeem iu treatment of the insane from ita medtasval condition, and last summer uie mother superior, with defeat of what he believed to be murder. He quoted a case of a woman who was hanged (Margaret Houghtaling) and who fifteen years after was declared and proved innocent. For judicial murder there was no redress, and if the punishment had been life imprisonment the woman would have been alive to-day. A similar case was the hanging of Dr! Hamilton, and still another of a man named Boyntor, both in other states. William H. Arnoux of the State Bar association said that tw was there without much preparation. Less than 100 years ago England had over 200 crimes punishable by death. Now there was only one. It showed an advance of civilization and that is what we should do. If it could be argued that the influence of hanging was beneficial, then it could be also ar- gued that lynching or shooting down mur- derers were benefi  Outer >t, Ind Door. I PHARMACY, LU. DM Central Avenue Hoadqiuuten lor Wall Paper Paint .Oils, Ac. At yesterday a telegram was ceived here from the asylum imploring the aid of the fire department. One en glne immediately started on its ten-mile run, but they might as well have remained at hone, for in five minutes the water sup- j on the election of president and vice presi- P I dent, and some Republicans of the elec- The lire started in the second ward on committee, held a meeting yestertay the women's side in the upper story, and to consider the Lodge and Rowell proposi- wascarr'edl" by a longitudl-! tions for a general federal election law Flimel sT" "'e towers- Rowell had their flames soon appeared, blazing through the roof iu the centre tower. _ up plans perfected and they were presented of each with statements in their support ,K i with the Mr. Rowell's bill has been iu the hands firemen the dome of one tower had just of John 1. Davenport, supervisor of elec- fallen, and flames were bursting out every-, tions in New York, for some days for his Streams were turned on the building, caucus committee advocating its W Dreeing wlfh the props' they ,1, T7 brief space' iu bill for "the "report of the 4 '-he 8itllutiou was hoard of canvassers to be made to the vealed. As the heat increased the statues federal board of final return As soon M he thc and the caucus commit toe has reached a co" the -ainiTh H 2 "nd caucut wHl the saints had deserted them surely, be called to consider this question Meantime beds, furniture and utensils were being showered from every window, Senator Beck', Funeral and streams of ill-clad men poured out of WASHINGTON- May 7 -The funeral tai" An" "Th8 N'0t patient was lees over "inatas of the lost Among the women it was different. I Beck took place iu the senate The help ess cases__were the They were 'conducted byTevVSutter 11. -111 V -V....UCU, "ere LMKCU airectly to the tV v screams, as they where they were placed It ran Sentiment Agalngt Publl Moneyn to Pa> Saloon Keepers for the IOM of Tbeir De- Cutlery Di bj Ihp American Tariff mil. LONDON, May opponents of the government's proposal to com pen-ate pub- licans for the loss of their licenses through the reduction of the uuiiiljei of public houses are hard at work ma tacturing public sentiment against that obnoxious clause of tlie budget. Although the proposition uieets with the opposition of the men of various political, religious social views, the total abstainers are Its most determined enemies. A meeting of the shining lights of the tempeianct partj was helil yesterday as the beginning of sjsU'lnatic warfare atjaiiist tile uompen satiou plan, the Eight Kev Frederick Temple, bishop of pvebiding. Ear nest speeches were made against the meas- ares and resolutions were passed protesting against the passing of such a bill without; Urst appealing to and obtaining the sanc- tion of the country. This procedure, it was contended, would show that the sentiment of the country is overwhelmingly opposed not only to the unjust discrimination in- volved in the proposition, but tu the use of Jtiblic money for anj such purpose us the one indicated. hllt'OOLEKS CAUl.Hl'. The excise officers at. Southampton iinide a raid upon u warehouse tilled with goods with the result of discovering a large quantity of American tobacco which bad >eeu smuggled in under manifests calling "or goods bearing a much lower duty. The .obacco was seized and the consignees prosecuted. The leading manufacturers and dealers n English cutlery are dismayed at the ad- ditional tariff put upon their products by lie American congress anil dec-hire that he operation of the increased schedule will infallibly ruin the Kuglish hardware nd cutlery trade. The strike of the London tailors is rap- dly ipreading. Already men are ut, and the probabilities ire that tbo.se ;ill working will join the strikers befors be end of the week. The labor trouble in pain, although showing signs of abating, re causing much uneasiness in Madrid, 'his feeling is due to the fact that the dis- order lias been and still is wholly due to the agitation of'the Republican leaders who are inspiring the workiiignieu with ideas of greater liberty and higher pay under n popular form of government. Tlit annual tapping of the famous Munclieiier bof brau book beer at the Ifojal brewery in Munich took place yes- "iilay. attended by tlie usual scenes of re- iuugaiidsubsequeutexhilaranon. Thou- ..imis of pel-sons were present, and as the Ili-st comers would depart their places were filled by later arrhals. CYCLONE IN TEXAS. and mpion's house Mrs. Berkley's House was demolished mid Mrs. hurt The other houses wrecked were MusseyV. T, M, .1. Wonleiiliu A. Number of Strrral Killed. GRAVBI-KY, Tex., May destructive cyclone visited Salt. Oeek, in the eastern portion of Hood county, after ft o'clock Sunday evening. The cyclone first struck the house of Rhodes, twelve miles east of Suit Creek. There were about twenty persons in the house. Delia Carmlchael, aged IT, was instantly killed, also Mary Carm ichael, aged 1 year, and the little baby of Mrs. Gibbs. Mrs. Rhodes and her 1-year-oM daughter, Nmah, were seriously hurt and may die. Mrs. Gibbs, and her 10-year-old dimghter, Tillie, were also se- riously injured. Other children in the house were bruised. At Kail Creek, a little further south, .lotm Mauley's house was wrecked and he was seriously injnred, Charles Houston1, house mis demolished and Mr, WHS burt. Mrs. Can..... was blown away. hou.se was demolished aud her arm was broken iu two places' Mr dung's house was blown down and his wife iiud child WFI-P Mr Robertson's was MusseyV. T, M, I. llersti-j's IUH! Mrs. Brok's. The laimtge to outhouses, fences, crops and tirnher v, .is very gi-tnt. At Robin Creek, iloorl county, eight per ms were killed; live of whom belonged to the family ot Dr. Ueorgefirifliu. A heavy hail storm fell throughout this section, doing immense damage, to crops. News From ffrahani, Young c-ounty, says heavy Imil fell there .Sunday. The hail com- pletely ruined crops ami vegetation, wheat oats ,uul corn being completely beiileu into the ground. The fruit ciop will be ruined. Tlio Will Vague. XEW Conn., May 7. Phillip M.'iret died several jears ago in :his city he left a large shareof his foitline if provisionally to the municipal- ly. The conditions were that the gilt to tlie city should be realized upon Ihe death of his daughter, Mrs Ellen (iilford. She lied a few mouths ago, leaving fSUO.Uuo with her lawyer, in trust, the interest of vhu-b was lo expended ill the care of sick One of Mr. Maret's condi- lonal to aid the city's aged and infirm poor, but the tenimof the rgacv arc- so vague that (liecommon conn- :il doubts, it uau safely accept it lie-possibilities of future litigation with heirs being very Hi-eat Should the city Ice-line tlie gift, honever, the money will go, to the will, tu the City hos- lital, tlie Haven Orphan asylum, the 'ublic library and the Si hool for Imbe- ilisof Yalesvilie A public hearing ron- eriiing the mutter will be held to-morrow veiling. __ Tlilr A FATHER'S AWFTL CRIME HE CUTS HIS DAUGHTER'S THROAT AND COMMITS SUICIDE. Iniaiilly Supposed to Have Prompted the Prominent and Reipectod Citizen of BatavU Cut. Hit Owii Throat While Temporarily Prli- oner'i Daring Attempt at FOXBORO, Mass., May man named Cormack murdered his IS year-old daugh- ter and then killeil himsalf. The Cormack family consisted of the father, mother, R boy of 17 and a girl of 18. The father has been addicted to drink in the past, but for about a year has drank but little, but has takeu considerable morphine. He has un- til recently worked in the mines, but has been idle the past few days. The mother also worked in the hat factory. The boy has no settled work and the girl attended school. The family had breakfast together and the mother weut to work as usual, the boy weut fishing, the girl went to school and the father stayed at home. The father went (o the school house dur- ing the morning aud had the girl excused. She was seeu to enter the house by a neigh- bor shortly before noon. Late iu the after- uoon the boy returned home aud found blood spot ton the floor aud these, he fol lowed to the front room, aud in this room he found a large pool of blood near the lounge. He attempted to open the bed- room door, but it was found to lie fastened, and he went around the house and raising a window saw his father aud sister lying dead side by side on the bed. The girl had au ugly cut in her forehead extending through aud out back of her left ear. The father, lying by her side, had a bullet wound in his temple aud a cut iu his throiit, made by a razor. There is no doubt that Cormack's mind had become unbalanced by the constant use of morphine, and from several remarks he has made within a few days past the crime is believed to have been premedi- tated. Cormack was at one time captain of Camp Sous of Veterans. Ladie Special Hosiery Sale This Week, Ht'xi.-ry, far Mow the i Chil.i.v.iV u. nal Ladies' Black Hose, 7c Striped Hose, 8 and We. Striped Hose, 8 and We. Lilies' Heavy Mixed Ladies' Plain Bluok Seamless, ,fil, 8 double heels and Lmlk-s' Absolutely Fast Hi. t PI 24 and dwirabU-. U Ladies' SupcrOue Sir ,'n latest KKiilar ntra long. 22c Ladies' Fiiiicy Striped Cotton ,.v Sir ,n Ladies' Striped K! sc, Fj l> Cotton Uose. ITc. LiulU'b- Sublime Qualily Fancy full .n'Vi Men.' Main Light Weight Lisle- 25C. double heels aud toes, KK-. Metis' lixtrn (Joud Quality IBc. Metis1 Fancy M. ipedUose. Men.' Solid Color Uosc IT Menu' Super Stout lirilish Uoso, l'2c. Melts' llpavv i t.ui lli.se. all -.zes superior quality. a pair. Misses Blark Uoai We. excelleut Uoj a HcaTV Wa.'k to Bojs Super Stout U.ml.le Heel all sixes, iilc. Boys Knee Absolutely Fast Wack Hose Mrong only a Boys Urey Mivctl IJose. double Knd line Ladies' Fancy Hose, only IV Fancy C..lor Ilohe. worth from 1.1 entile lot. choi to K e of 85 Styles only HV sc oul SPECIAL, ANNOUNCEMENT C CO., Till CJSt., Washington, II. (J U s latent of- flee. I'atonlH.CavrnUiaiMl Icaium rrsilc Jturks icgibKM-C'l. All I'aient for Keen. litforiiiHii.ni Advice mid apecml sent on ivijin-sl. ONE OF THEIR NUMBER GONE. on the special Party Mourns the of Senator Bfok. Loxmiv, May Henry H. fiihbs, formerly governor of the Bnnk of Eng- land and now president of the Bi-.MetallTr league, ban sent tlie following cablegram to Senator Jones ot Nevada in tlie namo of the Bi-MetaJlIc league: "Tlie friends of silver deeply regret the death of .Senator Beck, whose services in the cause of monetary reform are most warmly appreciated on this siiie of the Atlantic. The bi-metallist party of the Arm> Corp. Reunion. Y., May T.-The Third Corps teiiiiion in being held here n is the t went y-eight li Hiinher- he lirst battle in which sale NO. J. W, _ KB Center street, Manoiactiurer and dealer in Harneai Undleg, Buffalo Bobeii Bone Mlttenn and Slei andaieigh Bobm. 17 But Third itreot, ihlonable Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to call on me before pnrchaung elsewhere. FB. CART CO., 388 Lion (Met. Oenera) Hardware.White Supplies. Oil Cloth., Granite Ware. A speoial- Sherwiu WlUiauu Pa. manil Monroe range. R snob as blank-books, ledgers, and all kmde ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, tl and 10 B. Second St. UDOLPH MOLDCNHACKR, lu R Cor. Third Dealer in On Building Stone, your or. Third and Bnffa Granite, Marble, >ne. Call on me and baying R 7 and Bau Front street. Whiaky, Brandies. Oeutral Liquor Store for Family Use. ItOBEBTM'KAI. K. UM new the depot. Boardiu, Pnd and Livery Stable. subung By Uie day or week on rauonable SAM J. fiOVOBD, Ml Central Are. (Up General Insurance and Real A.enu fire. Life. Aoeldent. and Lire Stock tuunnee. Prompt irUan to bujing and felling Beal Estate. ni C. JONES, 1 IT B. Third it., cor. Deer. Kzeetetor Meat Market. Freah, Salt and Smoked MeaW, Lanl. saoaagea, Oy.tert am. Poultry. nr ATCHlBi, JVWXLBT, -Buy the Aurora Baiiraad Waleh. their garmentH, and enfolded he had to run for his life. One of the tertiary nuns, Soeur Marie was in the sic-k infirmary on the fifth floor' and to her rescue came three other nuns They rolled their companion iu a blanket and carried her to the head of the stairs but were met by a sheet of flame, and all four perished. The sisters worked with the persistency of heroines and saved an enormous num- ber of patients, considering the facilities at hand. Two doctors were carried from the building insensible, and whatever can be said of the former management as a whole, the individuals exercised every power to lessen the calamity they neglect- ed to avert. A loud explosion was followed by the crash of beams. The interior was giving way. Wild faces sank from the windows and the shrieks of the maniacs were lost in the general uproar. One by one the walls toppled inward and a fierce blaze burst added fuel that rose shot its glare over the St. Lawrence to the i southern shore, of Mount Koyal it died down into blackness and "noth'ina aUCe' but a few broken lowers remained bound i b.eci exception of Representatives Goodnight and Ellis, were of the party. The train goes direct to Liexington, Ky. world from an acute monetary crisis, but also that the debates in congress have served more than all else to Educate our people recognition of the important issues involved. We believe also that the increased coinage of contemplated by congress will restore, wholly or considerably, your coinage rates and will thus make international settle- ment of this complex question compara- tively easy. We anticipate further and Horwi Sale at T.oulsvllle. li-viLi.K, Miy 7.-At the breeders' sale of yearling thoroughbreds yesterday thirty head brought an average of ___ The following are the best prices- much confidence that the advance in Bay colt, by Longfellow, Dwyer Bros of which niu-f follow your New York, bay colt, by Longfei- actioB both the low, M. Young, bay other trades of your country, and colt, by I.eoimtus, Melbourne stud Lex- while the prosperity of your ington, Judge Arkell (half brother classes will also assist the to Princess John E. Madden industries of the Tinted Lexington, tl.BOO; chestnut colt by 111' Kl1 Used, M. Young, bay colt, by De- lingdom and the whole body of earners." our eiver, Byron McClelland, Singer Machine M'orkii Burned. NEWAISK. N. J., May Singer Ma- chine Works at Elizabethport N J acres of ground, were almost up from the newly destroyed by fire last night, to- lo the dark sky and amount of the St. Lawrence to the i', adjoining. The works re, and even tinged the crest i 3.0UO hands. The loss is ral, ten miles distant Then Beav5'' but ls probably covered by insur- to muddy roads two fire ecame and their absence ing the seethinpmass of metal and debris greatly diminisheil the effectiveness of the under which are now not the bodies but 'ftre delmrtm''ut- ot the bodies but the ashes of a hundred victims By this time H was (i o'clock and grow- ing dark and very cold. Spring rains had converted the place into a quagmire and A Peddler Probably Murdered. RONDOUT, N. Y., May 7.-The body of Harris 1. Levine, a young Jewish peddler, J i Hudson river, off yes- Canatl Not With (irrniany. LONDON, May Casuti, the Ital- ian explorer, denies tlie statement that be has entetud the service of Germany Tim (lueen Rerelies Slimier. LONDON. May queen revived Henry M. Stanley at Windsor yesterday. Tlie Tariff Debate to Begin To-day. WASHINGTON, May tariff debate ill begin in the house to-rtny. Mr. Mc- Kiuley, chairman of the couiinittee ou ways and means, will open the debate for the Republicans, and Mr. Mills will reply in behalf of the minority. The debate will be closed for the Democrats by Mr. Car- lisle. Mr. McKinley will make the con- cluding speech. Besides the speeches of Mr. McKinley and Mr. Mills to-day, Mr Burrows and Mr. McMillin will address only horsemen could get from place to' wilic1' was in place. I Miltou, was brought here for burial The poor sisters, most of them youna a sninll sum of money was I and delicate, stood ankle deep in thJmud take" from his the body was i house lf there ls tllue- Mr- Bayne's is securing and superiutending the removal founU- A Wllllrt wutainiug bank it1." next Mr. of such furniturVas had befn saved The and Packages containing jewelry and I hlm' "tller patient, wandered abontaimleSlv clad  I I.enpfinl -irei-l i iltT.'l K. lunMmi! I......Ill -111-, I. KK.MOVAI.. 111-. K. Illnrkh.-iMi li.-r. n-in, .-iii'l II..M. -i, OPKII E Hot-its-iii a. m. till llIU p. III. C. Suiidiiv fnu tinnii UlHionitlllcnl. Bl'VKAI.o, N. Y. f IlHVC until iur sunqtlcK of Such rcijucHts we an; pli-ascd to n-ri-ivc, hut we Ix'g to :tsk for jKirtifiilai-M in to tilt- samples wan toil. State whether eilg- iiiHcrtioiis or floiinciogH, also what width and some idea of the jiricc. We a stork of cm- hroideries that is swond to none in tin; country Bll. perior to any in Buffalo. money value we offer rm m m m mm mf r n. f'T U'linn .7 %n CAI ECMCIJ "iipni'aiiiMi. A Lt i M t N Tlu-iv aiv ...Iginjp, fn ROOMS TO RENT H In till- Mo i Wnlncr nr Ki n CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., lias iiibt ri'ccUcd ;i I'nli line fif A DARING ESCAPE. Jail bj Mi'rgun Knocked Out. NEW ORI.KAXS, May Tommy Miller of Indianapolis and Tommy Morgan of Chicago fought one of the best prize tiyins seen here this year, before the Au- dubou club, for a purse of tOOO, of which SKW went to the loser. One thousand thousand people saw twenty-six rounds of gooil. lu.rd and scientific fighting, Miller winning by a clean knock-out blow with his right ou Morgan's neck. TvleplioMi So. 8. OUT be left M Lvon'i. tterl, US rta torto had excellent engines, ten good pumps, and new boilers, but no connection existed be- twwn the pumps and boilers The asylum consisted of a main buildlna Mdfonrotfcer smaller buildings connec? b, wing, fronts of 030 feet 1U Wm Bamtt- peTnTri L v PW v It r i V y, 'TThe tnal Broker V" Untl1 Tues- Frartureil Father'! Skull. BUTLEK, Mo., May Joseph Carr and his wife quarreled over some trivial affair. A Hlguiiilnt AwUted to Break Wife No. V. MIDDI.ETOWN, N. Y., Monday Ernest T'tter, an O. and W. brakeman, was held to await action of the grand jury on charge of bigamy, and was to have been taken to Gashen yesterday morning Mon- day night wife No. 2, heavily veiled, ac- companied by Lizzie Utter, a sister, Velie Otter, a brother, and Cbarlea Clark, a friend, entered the lock-up and requested permission to talk privately with Utter. The privilege was accorded and in due course of time the party passed from the building. Yesterday morning the attend- ant of t he prison went to feed Utter, but found wife No. 3 seated in the cell wearing Utter's clothes. The conspiring friends were arrested, and while being arraigned before the re- corder for aiding and abetting the escape of a prisoner, a detective entered coart with Utter, who had been captured at Union- ville, N. J., where he stopped to rest, (eel- ing secure, as he thought be was across the New Jersey line. Drank Whliky and Part. Green. COLUMBUS, Md., May M. Win- ters, aged 18 years, the son of a wealthy farmer who resides at Williamsburgh, near this place, is now in a dying condi- tion from the effects of drinking a pint of whisky .Sunday night. Susan E. Luther, a hired Kirl, who iu company with young Winters, assisted iu drinking the liquor, died lust night. An investigation develop- ed the finding of pans green in a part of the whisky that remained in the bottle. On Hli Way to Cuba. BEIILIN, Wis., May mystery con- nected with the ansignment of the well- known bunking house of C. A. Mather Co. waa settled when a letter was received from J. M. Hawley, the missing junior parter. The M was written at Chicago Saturday evening. Hawley admitted that his on the board of trade were tlie cause of the failure and that be was on hiH way to Cuba. Equal to any in thu city, and at prices that will pay yon to sue him bci'ui s purchasing. OUU SPRING AND SUM- MER LINE OP Tie: aid Slip and SulU and Counter SulU. OSWEUO. N. Y., May 7.-George A. Glynn A. Thomas, editors and publishers interstate law that nothing contained taltsha11 te to authorize anj itoxicating liqnorato of the Saturday World, will be' sworn out by' OOYOURLAMP CHI IVIIMEYS )U GET THE '.VROrJC SORT; THEiRICHT O-NES ARE CALLED PEARL TOP Amendment to thc Interstate Law T from J of au inch ]K niches wide in jacoiid, iinHiMiokaml Swiss MiUflu-d sctH in different widths of inwrtiou on ;ill dcsirnhlc kinds of ti-riitl. i All-over i-niljroir vui-ifly. j FloiiiK-ingK in the different widdiH from IS im-lies to GO inclic.s. Sjicciul Of cniuld'ic at Ilk-, 12ic, IT.cand il''d. MKl.Mll'M j New goods thin BOOHOH iiiv I'.tiining in daily. The muslin underwear htoi-k in oomjilfte, dlHo linen stock, tlie cotton stock and white good.s stock. "complete" we nil-nil they have all the new styles iii HiiH season's new the variety that the hest purchahing facilities in coiinlry ean bring to- gether. The, Winter stocks are of- fering great bargains. There never wa.s a time when you trade here more ndvan- tageoubly. Adam, Meldrum Anderson" DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, lloolulaiid Ktatliiurry, AMKHICAN HMICK. 'X NTItKET. X. Y. C. C.Penfold Manufacturer and Impoitcr. 304 MAIN ST., KUKFALO, M. Y. UKAI.EK IN Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Sllvcru l.cnthiT utK. WE HAVK 'J'HJiM -rr, KXURA I'l.Va, IJIJl.U f Sit, VKK I'LA T11K1. ENT LEATHEH and BRIGUT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street. A COJIHJ.BTK LINK MAIN STli'EKT, OpiHMlte Inqnoln Hntel. RE WARD I WE will pay tlifi almve peirar-l for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Ifea'lAclie, Indication, onattpation or we r.-uinoi f-ure wiUi v hen the directions are Btnetly complied with. The) arc purely never fail to give f-atiafaction. Kujnir Larjre Ilcwmrcof b-rfi-jts, and imitutionR. The f icurcannlFbj JOHN C. WBftTACO. 80W hy rnARMjic-V. D kirk, M. T. AND ARE EO MACBETH PITTSBURGH, PA, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. lEWSPAPERr IBWSPAPERF   

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