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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               HOUSE CLEANING- TIBD izun'upiin us with all tnaN and tnbutetMHU. but it large portion the wor-v and inconvenient i mm l b> bavin? n I wgB. OM Weihaye a lAryi1 mi Imntl anil an furnish, roii alt tt.u to larire quantities at per mmdnid it v nr RJCTTES ra (mintv (nr verj luBWt.4 Fine Job Prinlii H Mr I VOL. XX. DUNKIRK N. Y, SATITJUY. MAY 10, REPRESENTATIVE HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. a BKW BCUMe MACHINE fur ruling A all kin.uof DUnkais Che lalestindltiuii u> IMS Maehamnal Department Dunkirk Printing (.ompunv ALEXANDER'S Coal Woo.I Vani.TW Central onuxuu Nickel Plate All gndes at Hani and "toft Coal, Lumber. and LUn. Free lomnpnnttoiice tor wholesale lou WHY HE IT. fiOVEHNOfl HILL APPROVES OF THE SKANEATELES WATtrt BILL All Objri t uaal.lc I are. Bfrn Remotmi Tile FrlentU of the Bill Nor Marmt-U for its Celiel [or tlie Citi- uf HJ the foil, tern, on water I n "The I Vay 10 I _ niernoi f" -nor Hill se in I nil vt-sier I n i c TH Mr Jon ADJOURNMENT IB and J25 Central Artlntic Fhulognplier rbotogrsplu uf a .Titiers need WK.C lor except 1.0UK I> pnetor. So. K. Secoml atreot. nenr Buf- amreet, UanJUrk, T BlainuiiieB, Mu fruaplUeto, etc boanii in all ntylen Orders pU; atiendetl la. All work guaranteed. D KI HOCSK, MB Central ivenue Wholesale and retail dealer ml. porujd anil China. Glawvare, t cuse The state should not set k to t ripple or emnorrisH any munnipilt- n hn h it ban renretl nheieir an ea-sil} and Iv benehr tint munit ipaliry "The 'rue friends of the I ne ennal need not be il irmed jver the effei t of th I ill Iti- ir fiulv drawn and it. is hcheved that it will nevei harm that in il ,ne mra. Thenry of n-e metis the "in-plus waters -klnea elcs like antl its it uensan villinj to inept ill the n-k-t antt respoosifiuitit wh h this measure im poses i, on tin in I hn mu nor the attepi tne ot a -t ai itv of witi-r VII Ihe pi -ii, )t rh tare arcfuthlulh rhei ne e-c I in the bill t> be ipenor to tho-t Fhe -upt u lU-ndeuc I of pin I c nnrks is w th oower to shnt uff the -tip to i it u-e I at any nine in t e theie ihn i i eM-r j happeti to !je a den it nt of watei t ,r i-e of the coil il N -lull onfindent need however be ippn hemied There is iv itei enoiljh in the nk toi thi state, ind for -jmi-use ind h is rhe judgment )f the w I o h given The matter then itlenriou und I nn Wllllii4to itreptthen iinlu-ioii 1 met its the il'jlu il I ill mav hate been hire in Wttlt tne-t n I but that rhe im-n i enr, h i e e u nil all possible j t r i nrn i-in md r i heermllv tipjrive the meisne tet lint? 1 that w hile nt t inj i t an be i-t ot u-e ,.t ih. Senators a Surprise Tli kei t Uiumondik i M iv Hi isely ar noon yea xTdav rhe lieutenant declared the sen lined sine die before any the it ft rm il ties been followed. The usti 11 in iiimmittees hail not been seut to tmi rlie ei nor an'l n-seembly, and tl e IIHU n t omplimeut irv resolutions wen-not p Intel i, the pn snleiit lefr tfie hni The st ii n rs were takt n by sur pn-e Mi ill sti-zesteti that the presidi 10 i, nipoii r tin hair but Mr ri thu 1, nrly im pohsll ind I sen ll I- ilsrei-ed 'Ij rhe ommittees were n i tne iov, rn n ami aen WLS niiishid VIr De- i i e-entul the speaker with i i -h rt stn I, m beh ill of the I It h Ihe mini NO. 74. WEEKLY TRADE RL1IEW. COLLEGE JOURNALISTS UTTLE CHANGE IN THE S'TUATION DURING THE WEEK 1 i I i Ii r i .ite tn pt -i tin Illl IT be i Mi[ iii'it i t uiiln s- r h UljOlllll (I Good Cte of for uu .1 >Tou- Labor Tniiibln b, itu Qiuu-reln H il.er :Tlcfa for Wool Expnteil Nrw YORK Vfvy 10 R  n rue -rreets Ilni tin n t mil arrested I ers Tlie chat every Mow will be if Tli. CompvUnl ta Th I tuiisM! at Cunu-lL I ITEM 10 -The faiulrv li u ni x haH (let ideti dl-t t l ni e ut to- m j ttinuLlutni after the ptt-eai I _ v tr -.inte rhe itjr rioit i tli- jjvi i vears airo the um I ver-.r i.., eivcil m M n depart ne m olleye work tlum.nin ihe othei i auses LOI i limed From hi I.I.-K hi.- pitAitlasuc m I i- t puLiritv tpeak- veil t ir the ihiatr oi Brnnnii who hast, ili led IT K- i result of l his I a It til d ovement hw been 111 11 He I ..re publi itioas The 111M 'P l ae '-un md r ia has v --milli md the II l rn li-s The edi lie is-ime i hi jodrr h iracter I'll wrirten up m a r f ir (is l tlf lepartment of i'l- l h ritine i i nenr if Pr f -s, mies I v n it (lei n ro lln- 'i i i -e in louriiili-m Pro- rb iln h Lri Hilled this 'i i is h iherro held rhe title i i ,f rhetont in 1 >ra- v irlv of this iVpurrment al- ti I- rue wh le it In, time The nihsni fr m the hist WILS i- l inure niihetoni Fins 1 Mt 1 ivn nevt veur 'or i tr mli the ret 1.5 ition i i i nr r w i It tn u tu able 1 i Hit l ST r i i i- dentof the- tv mui In ii pi ur i mit hi Mni1 (i r li 1 n I. .1 ill h i i 1 n piu itii n him h i F Vfiv Kunolr presi itu it i, ,f Matthew a I h ill i lirei t 11 m the b l in i lation w in In -tlay while he 'i ii II Horn a ai v I i tut d to i om i, -ralrkamp the 1 v 1 men try ni nfrni c mro rue plai e ind The entire md he fell jiuparnon es- boine i sood piommeiir m r >ltl n m ir- mil )n i i e ri u K- 111- Ir h ul i I hi v u- nit, lit h.id liee.ii dbuut i i n I tif Hi F r mu, M iv m -m I iu in the -i UH -ub r it tit I it R H i l I THE HOUSE AND SENATE il ARXIX STEAM HBATIMO CO.. Mannfix.tarera of Slaam Heating Apparat m 'lumbing a Specialty H OMX STKAJi LAVJfDRI Oar apeciattiea. Fine Shirte, lih i olhird dut cnffs, 4c, anil Lave free Oeliv ary W JUTCenur street. I An -tuieudnieut tt, thti Pe j Uuilll the il IV vestel i h-i t  t the funds ti mi I ken n? PROSPrRII" Tjiboi coatr er-it s i flon thin h LS been iient ml iibiriation at hit lu ci mils if ni mv otu r in j imndeuce ot early ml m i ill i m, nt so f h it nn mdiistrv m iv be ivoi I, 1 I h I i-. moils D iten j aa a tu ir fi i n_ nios penty anil ir utneitrh-i he f n t r i ir italiats and ruhvav mmigpi- li not been equally able to -etrie tht ir I jiires Raihrav quirrils smvr more di-i, r anil the u" m thrm _h it s and uhe ionfes-1, n ir n i ik. h it rhe interstate Itvv h LS t n -v r n iti ij vioUted or evaileil hie nr -st 1 n h.- to, ooe nnie notwnth-taiitliii.5 uctmu I ?ams m earnmir> lat i The m o[ siiprlv this v-iir Cannot be i but the t iti n- t huhei pi o ieiielal enff-t i u d hv zrowers tentl to rh, m n i i, cure W> meut it mt'i nt i ies heavT H i hi a_n> XHI DII p drrwed be-f i_run-r M Wi last eai im' for the te.ir thus t u ill IKX) m i i HW DOW last yen r Peef irtlehi e t rl rhe rhp ir eipf- if I 'o azo ait ne nv 1 hoiri srrrn -r in.wr n IP .-t eril operari ,11 n p, .1 t- i lame HI i ,d miiiv i i in h n )t been u h jouiu iliira has think: '--t i! li M fully i ns an 1 E inirret iinprn n ihie Co TOO M JCH FAITH CUPE f FIGtITLNG THE BRISTOL CONTEST TO BE ON THE BOUNTY QUESTION The Ooveniuient AbmtUonioc ItH Ponltlwi lu the Mutter of Li ni her hus ll1 n U, ,1 ti l" 'h mibiij: strmisww v i i it e i nurse w is 1 ir 1. I i n- i- she us jet I illed a i m d 11 e n 11 n 11 i I Lst -r uies ix in I I n it ure r take the P it u d re- e mil (n n l v ni ;hr ind i j- it the ia.se I i V [ii st nioi teiu ie ind ,r is under ''I I i teiubh in -ni ii! inters pi nns f mini in rh it theivi ni in s rn u Iv pi lontred if n utoi he, n died u ufLst- Ulid AUy coming mentarj tltntion lu Biwtol will he fought on an Ksue entirely from the ques- tions whn h tonimiinly enter into .unrests for sents in the house of t ommoiis mid for this rcuou the cunpitiirn is ex, a tiihai interest TheMtil question is not land pin, hise noi home rule hut One if tht .ufuHC augur refineries ia the kingdom is located in Bristol ami the elet tion will be conducted as a test if pnb- 111 sentiment on the question of sugar boiintit- without to uther m irrers of pnpulii toiiteiii The onsen inves ale iill.lt ut in the behel that the result IbercMxal of the con niion ivinch strong opposition, ind the alihem ,l tav distim i popular appioval tuned to be Wlthdi iwn 111TTLH If thi >l pouerif-, the govern merit's -ul Miipmsui'keepers of public In ti- l n tht 1 >sa of lueusts tuinngh the retl u non their number not sioied J. M. I. i> they have at least est aped entire tef i and ihe probabilities ire tint rhe mte-r will result m a diawn battle tMiMhiu.} points to the ceit uutv th u the rument is now considering a. heine when In the ministry may fi ire fulh ihiiudiu its poMition in regard to ouipe isitiuii adopt the In emng bill ;r p by toid Randolph I hurt hill ax a -tub-tituie tu the menHiire inriudiired by Mr hen Althoujjn I ord Randolph s hill is open to ser oils objec i ions many of hem mil probahlv be by amend ntnr-il the mnumrH is wtpptni by the >Miunient md the rument will h, rebi em ipe the mr monism ami party lii in n nu irrempr u> rhe oiuin il lull would enr ul IHI Vn ith i IN implt >f rh uu_udl ness >f tin mi n Ihe iue.ll IS Ullllslied in her d. wlth Ih. pmiiLer Lomhirl who hi.- i-t n ii-lieti a pi tine t i In i in 3 udei lepipsi the si ene in i simms ler y oil onaaion of the n s ilet [he (Htriire i mums por nuts intl represents time v ears' labor Ibe i iiipletiua of the work nuuhedsev i il mouth- ti uel >n ihe continent in or lei t, bt kenest-es ami il-oi.impelled the urtist lo hire i town house m win, h to ib' u n iimn.rs rrom memliers or the loyal liiuilv mil other pt I-M naje- w how poi n nts not he itneiwi-e pioiund I'llt till ll expense ti M I o, kh u r Special Hosiery Sale This Week. far ulies i k H J Mnped Hnse M ami Linlie- Plam Bla. k Hose M, f I i l'v Tall1 tlonbk' heels ind men ffir Ladies Fiat Blil'k PlaT and I'K- demrable l.ad s i'lmn H illinium HII'K" Ladies SupJrttne B illinuyin Liusc ladies Fuu-yMtr I Uesl fa> lin m refT'il ir cxlri lon.f J tt Lilns striped Ft H Ladies Fan, y ftrnped Cutlot, H Lu'lea KiJ'stnZIl m r, UtUes Niblim. h in. v Mcua PI un I iirlu Weight Lisle Oc M. n, f. mc ili ulil. In i and toes. Hit Mens Kxtri  f the ill III th -r in i- k. d If in lib I ,1 -n in I nr .u_ d m rhe _i lltl in rf rln In- i at thr jti_h heie ei i him tion thin jeai The dr i full i iluine Ihe I u sh h 11 "cmnn- ibtiiir lo pe i In h m turn w i- "e< i t 1 The m me ni trie pli d irh 11 -i i r- i Iiii in, in pi ji! ic i nrin i s ot til I l 'e ,'i N t l nk II ll ve l e u _p-i on 4 i in Pi M in N V i i- I l Tnmp M  Ware, a sperm'- ntan.1 Vonroe range. Mr imrri t th it i-the vn-i n h-r now nmoun ml tn i', >nt XIINI i ve ir and would ne n, d r i ,lou, le tint it pending h _i- ,n v. i r u ted ei ononn m the iln u n ,1 pi n-tioo ,mt e should be lii, d 'nil t rhe soldle.- i -Ii, I tl v i pr the jot. erun enl md in ntteen t it-rlie nuioiint spi nr r i p, woi 1 1 ne m ire thoji it t ,-t the 11 uiiient Lo the rewllion he th >u_ht the ser f ir from Oliio should lit-irate ibout i-eatnij; n-e tesHoltues linking plate, toi pa x men party pin po-e-, Mr Paddock mill rhert -hould be more equallzntloL. I heie w t- nn pension ajent at all in Nebraska n u -rth or of it neart r th in r in i-in inti ver tin re i liirjt r per ent ije ot s- ei-s m Nebraska. Kansas ml ileDikrfu. than 1 111 M li u li nvued VI H 1 1 'M M u i Ihe sliike jn i i n i t )h o i n 11 ul h 'H -ei rum md l t i K ii it i iiuf t the r i li i i n hours wi ik i n i i- in ule to llll the I i l lit n _tio stuVi r- ar r i the tl e h_ni L uit-eu T u n, t I t i it i l ir n of the pi or I'M! rhe in iiluu in AN 4 nil. CASE Who r i 1 -Till 1 isfo tl I I IS "ill in il 11 1 ind lilbs aud tl It i- reported 1 state tb, i.l st.ii v DM tii i rn i i i, i' promiiie it ir h re jl i llsuppeaied -o in in n- ,-t bei turn- ip n I non1 n r n> n, n n ik, i :ii- ab-ent e fr >m h, me P i n 11 m my rhoiisiuidp, unil- to-m notliina- I I n- inipiilstiry reje ri.jn ,.i itherivjrk v> i M-, 141 ti on rhw I iei ii h L- iilered the pnvnirni to him of the sum it il ixxi u fiih -ettltmeiit il i 01 rhesaki ol ippeai e- ll fi in n j it r m n r is Imhli-tli if Sinn nu rested peps ui 'T ri'H IM left lo plml mourn the loss it this I hi- eff t) ji th I i Hlninsii il and peniuious old laily A mot KUI, is on foot the worn en ,1 Inland hiadtdbj the wife ,t the I nil m lyornt Dublin toplescnt I Ijenufi fill and o-rl to rhe bride of Mr "ilium O'Brien Vf P on it-mil I Ins uiunaip. tn Vllh- vit h in ure I e quit us room vesterday is u iiisii il v hiillimt il Anie i in I i.l es md Tenth nu n wi ie pre-tnt. m by Vfr and Mis U lute t he i n, u tinir a.- tlie Mu ist i I i u tiln in the ililv mi l, ts iLhmi. l In pr r nit t I I i u Rh UOV VI i Ui i i I i i, II Ml 11 It II 11 V 'All. WANTED ROOMS TO RENT N. Y. t li.-ui- frujuent in ul tor of Such we .-ire asfd to receive, bat we to HAk for fiarticnlan in to t" wanted. Stutf whether wh it .trnl I idea of the. price. W e a of i hrunlej-ies th.it m lecond none in the and [M-MOI tu any in" Buffalot The niotn y v.tliu- offer -inijil) unparalleil. There ariM-dtjiujj" from J of .in inch to is inches wide at j.ii'oiiet, na. soowr ML- II oik I n! hul seth iu different of edging and all d, kinds of repie-i nt line Intel s ah i nif i nn i-r I in any otuei ite-, tion to  iilatn uviou Mr Kill, ,1 m t B 'Ii Fi ii i VIu 10 t i' (nil ir nil well TO d i ontrat 1 iml m irned w LS sh >t 'it 1 tu iiiiK K pnrrv ma "i !'s I iiuidei has pio i n In r n u i ounr >f Kel i bii-iii mil udd Fell, w 'I ii mm did the r r r '1 his name tnd i i e ut arU cl izetl I In i- in it1 r -i me MI h I he n i amendment wiw agrwd to nav, K eli an blanlc-booka, ledgers, and kindttoi bliiomii done at Dunkirk Printing Company, d and 10 E. Second SL RUDOLPH Cor Third and Buffalo 3i-. ia GnuutB, Marbltj r -trging ana Bonding Stone. Call aB me uJun buying roar aitie-waUL. CO, 7 and 9 EaM Front itrevl. Wamky. Wiaca, BranOieB. Liquor Store tar Family Use. Mr licans ami Plumb w th who had   mer CM t di 1 nt The tin tarv atailemv iupi i 1 up aud il I> TI1F_ n n" most of it" -es-.nn M cus-sion The pe S Panell mother the [Je i it- r voted uith them on tht- n nid Per ror sit i The how >pi nt M nhv m M-itT His n-i Vl-s Den i t ir at t50 a month, won p Adjourned Lisa Mreet, oear inwlenot. Boanting. Sato, reai and Slault stabling bj tlay or week on reaaonabn _ J. elTFOJUJ, 301 Central dtaira) luanrance antl Rtial iLituiu went, tire. Lift. Accidunt, anil Live aun-k Prompt attanaoQ jpvan and wiling Bmi Katauj. Poultry. 75 B. Third at., our Lraer Meat Mirket. Fmu, sail anti Lard, aaiuagn, Ovaujrf AH, bv i -F NY Mu Gir (hnii-r ihii_iit intl pretn girl it. fortnight here i 111 1 le list night t 'c ii'.talte isf h, r ni tin i who in 'n s i irv In the m lit e int -he Li em H etj o tie H f f ,_t tn inien On her vi t Lht et urt Irt ui rhe polite m nj n -.lie jumped mr mn il commit -.uitide bir w abtH'.. r bv a oi_ h mi into her rn )t i- ft n nil m it. lit M It ;Bny tne Aaron Bailrcuul w jtch Bcpainng a specialty Frank rVitajut. as k. Itm.l JL MUCBXB. Marettant Tailiir, tu) central Avanuc K. T fcOLPH, M l> Ph> sician and Surgeon e Drug Slure. Calls may lw left at s. L Mj.y 10 ill.am Duvn colored was h at t uion t >r the murdei uf i rii Ie in ule i coufetsion that he i ut'lie suit rhioat lunnts a drunkeu qu irrel w th her On us trial be saul lli >t i mrorhci men i cketi the girl anil KH' il hei in his nce [p his t onfesMoii in the fjre "i enessof those me u n ti 'it he h.id ;it u.setl He met his fate t ilmly lire i I I ii in, endiary i F rt -r T I, irl t r shop >er ie rhe tl imes i the district be- ha k mil thi rrw ks i in-'i and Lake tne h in t pwdrd of i t md dwellings li HtlOOO Un DeL )u [II t> i jnrra rs in i t- i liliers Or] n i i lept r m hi- 11 I if mil n hoed ot W'nn h, e, me, fountl him-i II nn hn two nion'hs 1 iter lie and be ame h i u- i_r i n rn n H hospital it N In a hit id moment lit di-et t to send lie iln ilil, oinfis to D i and in rhis i In- n en is 1 -i n i h vvlleifctxmt-, Thei t ,t k h m tf n, i_r an then Lortluiel ti t in I ni ro ti I nke fi r a resr md In i- n i th i H s he ul heirs n th f.-i nble blon he iei eixetl in 1 I e LS i meQr il il week is Mrs who 1 r 1 ii- tf n 1 md i i1 n rl e tl nri ire pirit-iir he i -r k 10 >n r imihes in be L- t 11 unert n it tounr-d tor inn in tt n ei n i H 1 nj t i id I "I I his n ,uld -i-.t immtes iniai iimnuttetl suit -I hn M Win ii e wifa had k ,iii i rpMt ui I M -r i 1 i% be( mse h in 1, r Irmk L At'im 1 SI E1J It i- tssertetl m Berlm tluir von t ipn i rhe new man cham t lloi haa bet mie th iionjhiy at th. km lie his o .rimed ,f rhedeMoils ml it-tion ibh' ui thods neie-miiv t -rn l loniMi nt to rhe foif 11411 polj, y o] ei m im thu he shortly letne (roin iiimi-tei i il hfe It i, aswerted ttiat he has iln i iv inn aired tins intention to the t mpel i i nifSHTI Tin anat uai emenr that Pimte muck i- ibour ID mike puhlu rhe com plete -t i v it Ins dism fit in the h m ell, p ti.i-thei nithrh, CM nts nhiih letl ip ro it has ot look n -ur i or, ot a n iriot- who x ik >n a r nl the pairy ex- 1 v i r 11 v ami rellow Kit. M i il, I r t'i III. 'Il I hilt I I l l" beni; i i hineu ot laer m-tan es fac 1 i l th it pirt of n t lull com u then looms, 1. It 11J1.L1 V Ilr to Testify Vc-W I IKJ i 1L t U Demoij-at Biook H en Tile nea men i ti m 1 i M t beiirmi; Ihe ihl ue.fi i I ie Bl f I di nn_' n -i ti nei pi i ii n .tnil llewitm -es ,-ehel on i them Leu jr.'i-1 i_s to >e an i d m 1 the inurion t II MI 'i lirountl r ii_hrhirt i- hinlH in i oftheifiulD >t tl L> i i i I nuen V in i letter -r-iti s chit tit let i Vlcmitv of he ''i, nil, are ifrurt to f ike i t t i auiln pi-tns i -n n itlon or I it i _ t pi reijfn of rerrjr i r il i n i r i ks ir r iit In P 1 r Dde tip id Pollnh L li'iier mil a I BPKI IN M ly 10 the hou.se of if 'he i Pru-si m her Prin, e LOm neir rhe 'hil ihe use >f tile Polish .t-t rrt n -i i illy silppi-esued by i-smiflc lne 1'iiiiienr Herr von Gwsler mm i k 1 ite I 14r''1 f.l" instrut turn denied th it am bems taken Co iaRp The pnn were leul mm Hit r nired ii, were Polish Imi folloned he said In R r u h r tier-, tptllreil 1 II V Ijje, 1 il dlS- I'n II Mil il ifeil P LSW ell court i f Mirshil fohn D n i ri 1 r MT lesrcerite r k in I it I i 't r i n ,l h i h r it Ihe i i i t u h r m 1 Bib ll, eli Fl-nell ]iul Ht i-e l I l K> 111 'If of ippeai- i nth i.me of Dll- i't 'A ,rltl ie- I i Umeut of the i n- 1 nn to impiisoa mitetl 11.-- i N E1V r K M I P Uiolof the -t dent- I by a tie .uce lost n_'itt> t mer tctiun pron biun_ tin p, -i i model- claft.-i il ruc V i ton urn 14 t u >i f i There his I een i! if I tin i 'rsii n in ih 1 nude moin- n j, 1 at I srn 11 I ht tin de- Miruin-h a u H lhe 'H f L I hi 11 itei ivirh n 11 is Jlefli he'i Hill do I 11 I -T  in tin. Pi i tn iu.il t ,mpen r ird u- hel 1 I hurs 1 he nist puzes i- Ki iml H l RefniM'tl the fumplo et- NVw VUKK 10 -I lie Stlllck Ma} 1 toi i li i tin m I) teniaj imi otfeieil the n Tills it 1 Hieeni t j 1 pay mine and Bill rn i te OTei n't i t in hi r c I' Winning i -Inkers I n the 1 e h 111 u I I 'i it -ti tik is n aad I nth ci um lut t ill the Tar wi er t 'am DOLOUR A1WP HE RIGHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL JJ-SEOA-MACBETH L CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA ANO ARE 11 il E tiuii in'i oi twenty i 'In eil to H ive Ruroed i V Norwich T i- Hill antl Mannar m rat lr comll 'el e e rhat it least v ri e j ei- ms in po r h itise MJ.J nj Il remains m still Out ,t Hill Not r i Mu ii i -till Illlt tile I he m i, I he _ work under tue eiuhi m ur PI ItKkuut at the --.iiiire pa In i mains an. t I 1 Hi Buriied. iinv ic. bona' Vt itu starch, iHJU fully suppi ipl 's no tiselv the same us those whics had gov ernwi offit ml a hell> St.ileti. M sen.su.tioo tl m militarj in les by the t liirjfp quantity of bombs been nti li'n from the mjjt vi 1-nt e IH abund mr tlni lu il.u u ion of in tuitions h.t si-i, mi.iuijj i mi, ,Jn intl hiut exieniktl Nearly ail the emploies it the arsen ll hive been ir reifed A Ketnrnrd. x >jnv lO-Tlw parliinvntary eletti. n v h rook pUe M yes- tertl iv t ilt, 1 m the return of Mr Wea- Ct 11 (i a by a 1 i i-kip l ouservAtne of Do Strnek Six TUnen by M.ly 1U -During A terrific thon- dersw.m vlu, h raged here yesterday tbe iultel strm k by lightning an times No dune. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St, Has iu-1 ri'i u All-over gie.it variety. Floiiin-iiigH in the differeai widths fioiii is inches to -fiO inches. Special lines of cambric edges at loc, j.u-d. muslin goo coining to .-ai at jitiivM to III the that p, H him hn purcha-incr. OLRIPRIM: MER Li SUM- R OF Ofori ui Wh. UAVt.lHbX IS fAl ENT LEATHER ind BRUibiT DOMUOLA. WITH FAN' Y OOZE TRIM WE ALSO H WE A BEALTIFLLPATEST LEA THER HLtPVER, WITU A LARGE BLCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street for m duily. Tte underwear stock it complete, aUo the lineu stock. tiie cotton Htix-k aud the white frood.i By "complete" we nieaii the} huve in thu wea.-sotr's new the variety thai the Lest purchiiMing m the country can bring to- o'ethef. The, Winter are gri at bargains. Ther3 never a time when you could trade In n more Adam, Mel drum  T Y. C. C. Penfold M innfarttirer ami Importer, T. DEALE11 IS Diamonds, and Jewelry, A COSIPI.KTE LfSB or HOLIDAYGOODS JMI4 M4IV STKKKT, Opprantx [mnnm> lintel REWARD! WK wi'l pay the reward for any tt f i omplainc, Headache, t (mntipiitlon or f mUfMtew cannot mn with VfntVa t A 'K-ii tbe ntrirtjy ire ptin ly Veireotbie, (afl z tn Snirar nUunuff WPMlH JSwnto fa-warn tf U rfr- n. nail nutoutinft. The grant or vaaa I cureflonJvhv AOHV C r 1'UAHMACT. O kirk, ff Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. WSPAPLRl   

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