Dunkirk Evening Observer, July 1, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

July 01, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York 'OI- XX REF H KS EST A TITE WVK EWING’S HOMB. 8 USI NESS HOUSES HE WILL EXPLOOE IT IN THE ~    NATIONAL LEAGUE CAMP.. OF DUNKIRK .    > f VV Kl I IV<» MU KIVI \ atl k ( »’«* •( Mi*#** » U** late* * . Ml flirt—*»    "I I Min kn k Pn ii ti • if J* TT’v *Ni»kk‘*1 'l % i)V Alf frails of *Uri. -W <41 Lavbw, "('■ mri*1* *n i ti* turtwn** i ,; • r • md we* I. „.i Yawl. JW Hi.Aet Plate ,ft Oak f.aUi mt.rIfTT*i‘* <»>*• SSi. tn«I 11*\Vt.* Ph!<t. arapi# r MWW** *,f ^’’"k.ChnW exeunt »*» < .nix*: Att I-i*ta*iuu»«*»u* #(iPCI4!f? Sitter* *i't .able*. W I. t f r I » pricer. No. W * ^r"*‘    tT,    « ? i *tr#*L Dunkirk. N ' bmtn<l '« a*'    ,r**    '* Pro- !*nf- M '■tptlV 11 Ur U< UK I VO- AU WOT* * * (J Kl It EK'S CIM** KKltk H**« 'N . *    •**. « «ntr ll We#*# Ii I 'I* Wholesale *n*i ret*!! <i«*»ler I 'Qrntir I Iii #.%. * • lass* sr# * A-. , (HAmvycA mjjKu L    tUe-*,*!    per    lay. Lieere *•<! V «*u»r K *i» JS6 tni! MT rti-l anc ^oflnevu>*« L »u *trwet- IT1 H VKIIKK -.HOI* Cha-. >-*i «. Pf »i> . .■Mr Lake -bot# N *'•    **■* '" ,, ai. . in . Th.rO    -    '    1"' it * b an't I Aline*ti** ■ ijfar*. 'IX KLIX A -MIV tv I enter nrtrt, (bracteal A.rt-*e-*h <**«* fsrti* rn af allen mo. *■ ui tater!erin# lawn. ■si. em* *♦« c a . trotting bor**#** * i|»eei ii?f. I'VKIKK hVKVlM. OR4I.UVLB. L»r*«*t I»n*ly l# the    »t< An ane*! mil I*** I advarttnuqf *•*•!. an nie (’.IKRMKI*. Me 'ay*. Will Atake the Far Ply ud € real* Irene! a1 Con iterant} on A annie th* Enemy—It is *e*th-mi Her un*-tat Iou af J ark l.laiKiek. l.enerml <ip«rti*f firwi. Vtw Y UK. July I —The VV >rld’e sporting extra prints n special «J -patch from Cincinnati startu* that “Buck” Ewing <ie Douncw as u nq nail fled iy false the story published recently to the effect that he is iitseatixrte*I with the Brotherhood an<i desire* to yiin the National league. Ewing nay# that an Siam as he receives advice* from New York he will explode a bomb which “will make the National league people sick." The dispatch a*lds:    President    John B Day of the New York nationals is seek mn an amalgamation of the League ami Brotherhood, and says that unless he can procure such an amalgamation he will go out of the busine**** and leave the other cl ii be to tight it out alone. He admitted to Ewing that Col ll ae of the C leveland ti I VklltK K>I,|N»>.KIX> t«»UVVS% <tr*‘ 'J s*il •, of a .ta i fasafa* turer* of A.tames, ti. ••#»-, Pulley* - ii u us Han ret**, el*'. Pi tu rn*. I'lryntf* Ua(i,**’l Via. •"»«* W ork I*1 rf-ter. I NKM.h SH I KT « t» .    *• I Cen U t ‘I r<*u*well” • kl _ I * Oater stmt, VI * tciar-wa aa* I Sf. of til* *«<( "lorn. i «.    ,<«Tfe> ! rttti I, I* -es-    skirt*.    I *« -one I® s,! '«** oiz    t    rn    Oho* •ti    l> a*.-!    lr I ««*»4a a* M*se» Si) I *    •    >k •    *. I , V. r*M»UK%. . I    I    U SHU *1* L o -ll en oiler rn kUor.Er.-h *.v, IC* cl Hav, I a*-AU *. et* h »t:ibu*he't, *A* * KIE HOTEL »n*l tStinif    Ina : .    I    ie poi.    k*s% w-'m 1.1 *.< lr *    •4***1 bas •A    aaa* a    I'eo* sec* mu im**. *1"**    **r    ,J,n re.i ii i'raretem. I .im I Manihv. P-*n*. Jack Glameock sought in many a way to procure an interview with Kwin^ while in t'tni'iriuati, but faile*l utterly. "I ani not the man,” said Kwin* t*» Mr Day. “to forirve the cut-throat principft* a!opte*t by < tlaxsciN'k to betray the men he once J* ii ne* i hand* with ” The New \ork puf>-lu* nee*I not he surprise*! to hear, wish in a few weeks th** new- til ti four of the National leaguers, including the New Yorks, are a thnuf of the past. A dispatrh from Pittsburg says; 1‘resi •lent Day says there im nothing new in th** laseball si taal i* >n. a*i<! any pre*! id i« ins o* ;«> the out* oiiie ire highly problematical The National league, he avern, will lie in f t*> the end. ON THE diamond. INDIAN AS GREAT DAY ii— t •— 4 ti cr.ks a n<. .    IT    irt-l    **    k Tim I »tr*sBU Were an<1 Up .me firu un, Cant awk i mu nu*. tbcUi' t rsiiies n.*.le to or lur. * n t r rcs* i> a < »»- |«S| SII * etitral Ave., Vvr» ,«i yaehi*»«aai< icsiiinwi' iNHkttani I IKkLf. 'Tr A H MlCltlAU '«C aiitadurers ii Steaui lleaUQK .Apparstua Sancarv l*iirn!»ias » v^'.s t’ ^ OKE STE til LAI MURI. *ur specialties kine sn,ria, i‘* . i «»i:ar-:    tuffs,    Ic. aa< I La** Curtains free l*eav . ."V, A va La»••*'ifs, Ell taiiiwr street ii a i • ti—14 I—lo Result* of the lam** in the l<r*ttherh*MMl. A itionsl Lena"** an*i I.mwuiioh, FAA TBUS' UtAoCK. A * H ; it i.o Hu lf a lo ....... (I    I)    I    ll    0    ll Hr*s>kiyn .....I    •»    ii    .I    •»    D Base hit- Huffabi IO. Brooklyn A. Erri.rs Bnlfai*! J, Brsiklyn i. Ha if cries ii ui)l<s k ami Ma* k: ■^■wder* aud I tail > i rn; nee Mat the as and Leach. At * ieee land — devalawl    ... ..I 2 *i I    4 0 N* w York    2    0    2    0    I    «i ICis*' hits I 'leveiand IO, New York IL Err* rn* < ler*-ian*i 7. New Y>*rk I liar tint - Bakely, Gru wr and >ut* hlTe i 'ran* Ami Br*>wn. I’mpi**s h;i.«Lt an*! J ne*. At Httslwrf Pbt shone     I    i    o    i    ;i Buat on    ...ll    SII" Baar hills— Pittsburg IT. Boston Err*»rs hO'^urgS, Aglint Batteries Staley and FWdi; Kelly, I’ltipire l.affney, At I i(H a*f'» • 'hi* us*........ ..    I)    ll 2 I ti I'hiiadelphia. ...I lh*.-* kits * 'hieatfo I d*‘«S» rate*! ti—Ik 0    7 Kiir*iy mad ti 2 0 0 0 I— « I I K. OEHM. k. Tit Ti mf . <**»r. if Huff ii** n ttorturer »n*i tea er :n E ie H*s»n. A • (E SKI MT Ell-Ells MW ST* *RR, . r IL I':    -C. ll*** s- s    Vi - a #u tt«H*ot!*,lI*iraair.e*,L»aily aodM eokiy rmmn 4,. I «*veryu»*rjf perunsia* **» a first    •<<>» * re s< ii*si. I es• s•* * iss aitv. .1 till PKI S TIX* *fe\* •• lowest ll VI ii / rate- i> Du ok irk I* nut) iii > * *)>*iiv S sud ill E. -ss < *«»d SA. .I M H. A A>    HI KIN *    x**S. r r*    de Ae* l ien!    a»d *»«,ii«*rs.    ii.suruc e    Deal a lira:    !•    st.i    e    in    * I a •    l’«r-    *    .    i ■ut)*!)! |a«t    in Dwrurrd    or*(>eiiy eotiacl rruU A**,.    21^ « enter it.,    iud d.<**r • ivKiir:* PH A KM Al V, aa1 > Jeu lr a I av* aa* »imailer* tor Wail Plier Past ,iK!», A*; J CKK.IN*. J W . *4»» tenter •ir«*«*v. * an ufactiirer and <1*4 «*f n Ha rn* sa, 'a! . .**» ti Be*.« oh arn, rrunks.M | pa, ii 2 ii.) Ltolato I* ne (Stiver* *dovaa A. tie«*4:*<i ^ .^h g, t sa I , st Hi H.TV s. |    .    17    h-wit    I'b    tsl    sir    *    i, t aakionable Tail«>r. «ao*Ue«cn will Rad ll ti the r A-t vnn-iy to cai’ »n rue U*f..re oim-naataa e, sew Here. | | K. LAKY C HK, £ .    ;;I3 Lion ireel. *>n*»ral Hamiware, A It,ie l^ et,' I; Punter' Ull ClKtu, Unit U* Wan*. A apcciai tv </ xn,.rwiaW u I lam- Pa.st4a*i *4 *onjertnci n I Ll AO. such a— .Link »»i*i, ‘    - r- in It a1 Ii,ad*of bialis-' * ice at Duos rk Bitonal Compony, s ami Bi k- **f«s»n*i 'C RI IMH PII M< ILUE> HAI EK. Cor. Tturi ami Buffa!** Sis., aktr to immte. Marilla, r amor an* Ii mu 'tone. Call on ate * tore L’uysu, 7*    .• aote- walk. * isMLRl A OL 4v    7 and J East Front street. Whiak v, Vt .sea. Bran bes. era i Lifwr Ken! tor Icottl; Cm. I, it HCKT WK AY. 4.    Cum *tr*s L near the lepot. aas I ut, *a>, E**e*l ami Liverv -Lad* *« cag the Ll* r week an rents*naW h *•> , AM J. ti I EE* HAI >, ail Centre At U. , s aulos . i.em ra, iuaurao«e and Lea! E-tat. A -nu E re. Lite, Arenkat, ami Live suici 5 .trance. Prim pi attention cm aa to bay n$ a i lei ii ag Boa, Estate. ii C. JON EW. { #    TS E. Th Ti at, cor I veer. i ire!# or M**at Market rreah, salt aa*; s akssi Mmu, l.ar*L saiiaajrw. Oyvtera aa* I iltrv \ ^ A TC Ii EN, J KWEI.Kl. AC. J -Bus the Aurora Railroad Watch. Rejuitnnc a ape* ia«tv. Frank r. »Upf. afi E. Third it W f U. M*K.»* EK. Mer hank Tailor, Alk ventra Avenue ScOO REWARD! v r *    .    tv    ii    e    si    ore re want for ary ca I., astr coca pi*.at, i>) a pc tuna, Bick lie* abe , I*aeattou, ,t,    or    costive,,,    sa    ar* m*H cure «;tl. 'lest'* V'egetatiie LtVerPilia "> *i«u the .oreruo a are strictly eosp.ied with. I ucv are pun<i, v r. .'vlatne, aa*! o«v* r bul ta . vc Aauata* (-• •*•    -    agar CWKtsL Large uoxoa, ... utaiaiag IO Ptiia, eau*. Beware al c*hib trrfeits. as'l iaaatat.,.na i'hc genome nanu Lac ared aalv Mr JUHN C WKof A IU »*>1*. ay MoHBOE'h PU aku sci. D k.rk. V. J. LL Philadelphia s. Err*>rs <'h!»A*c»»4. I‘iiibi*l**lpi, .a 4. Battertew Kuig ami Farrei. .'teutdera ami VI ui titan I. mpiree—Fergus***! ami IloHierC * Anoa ai, i.a.t*,ck At 1 Tanana ti -I'in.mnati    ...0 000 40 10    I— 0 Br***»kiyn    On SI 1202 b • Baxe hits t'iarianaii ii, Hr*s»kiyn s. Error* ('in* iii natl Hnmkliu I Batteries F reman ami bald a rn; Terry ami Daily Umpire AB Quant. At Pittsburg-{'it I shunt    .0    0 2 *1 ll 0 0 i)    2 4 New York.....<10 0 12 12 1 •— 7 Bas*- hit' i*1fLsbnrg id. New York ll. Err*-*-' iMtt.-tmru «L New York 4 ital ten*- Baker and De* aer; Welch amt M irpliy Umpire- M* Itermott. At i’lavelam! - iTeveiaad .......... 0 I U 0 o 0 o I «L- 2 Bowloa .......... ii I d 0 0 0 0 4 0- V Base lilts Cleveland 7. {baton 12. Errwrs -Cleveland 2, Boston 4 liattenes Bearm and Zitumer, t'larkacm ami Bennett. Umpire - Bu were. At * bn-ago Chi* aao .........I I 2 0 2 2 I 0 0- » Phi, .delphia ......0 01003000—4 Base hits * hieatfo Id, Bhiladeiphla 4. Errors < 'h:*'ago 2. Phila*ieiphta *L Batieriew- Hatehinsoa ami Kittndige; snijth and Clement*. I tapir*— Lynah. a moue Alf A WM >C1 ATtO lf. At Toted*»— To , eg. ■      0    1110 0— 0 Athletic    ......    1    0 0030—4 Base Ult* r- e* I Ii. A til.eta I Errors-Tole*lo L Athletic L Batteries-Cushman and Gage: Es per and Rohinnn Umpire Emshe. Game <-alle*L ram. At I'olumbua- • •.am our.......I OO ti 200 *-7 Nj nu-Use ..... #0000000 1—1 Ba-*** hits—Columbus id. SyTmc use i. Error* 4'olnmbnsU, >yra* use 2. Batteries K na use ami O’Connor. Keefs and OHtNtrke. Umpire— Took sew rcnm *vatt lkagce. I'tic ami i I game — Johnstown -GUR ersville lo. shee(M»hea*i Hay Ka* es. New York. July I — t:r>t race yesterday. Futurity course. D*v«)tcc first. Diablo second, North thin! time, I IO 3-5. >e**on*l ra*-«. Futunry course:    EijmTy first. Void socofxL LintriicdAnte thinl. time. 1:11 *i-3. Thin! race. the Thistle stakes for J-ear-oida, I :J-1H miles He*dare first, Ad- A 1‘enver Offlelai ii d>be*i rn Lon*ion. Ll>NIM>N, July L—Alexander Miller, an official of the state amylum at Denver, I I <>!<> , rep*»rfe*i to the Unite*! States consul at Braiiford yesfenl.iy the fact that he had {wen fleeced out of JL4*JU. He was unable.DUNKIRK N Y TTF.NUAY JI LY I. WW. NO 117 second, Mamie Ii man third. tune. I 42\ Ni*th r:K-e. I mile Workmate first Fight to Seven second. Holm Hawley third. tim**. I A.\ Seventh r«s», miles hand!* <«p Ham let first. Hero sea*/ad. Brown Duke ihint ti ma. 'kM%. Knm kc| Out in Oua R *uad. Pitts Hr la;, July I.—A pri/i* tight for kJkl a side with 'mail gloves Queens he cry rukes. between Elmer liranf of Beaver Falls and Fred Wise of New Br kb!* cl w **• fought yesrenlay moruing at a J* flit twenty mile* below Pittsburg on the Pitts burg an*I lathe Erie rad way The right only lasted one roun«i. Iifknt being knockesl down once and Wise* xix tnt;**'. The seconds of the latter claimed foul. While the men w* r** still wrangling Will Wise. a IT JMT nill brocket of fie* oriuci pal, jurnjied into the ring and int <*rant on the bark with the blunt **nd of an ax. Grant w.as not foully injure*!. The reier**e deciare*! the fight a draw. There were about 2TiO jjeople present. m.rai second, two starters, time, iaXi 3-3. i however,    to    tell    where or in what manner Fourth race, f mile Defaulter    first,    he had    iseen    n>bbe«l. Tanner second. Kenwood third,    time.    - INK' As! Fifth race, 1\ mile*:    Casal us    first. /*epiiyrua# second, St. Carlo thinl. time. 2:00. >txTh race. T-t miles on gras*. Tarag «n irsf St. Luke second. Falcon third, time, 2 IT *2-3. “s-venth ra*e. I s. miles on grass. Tattler 'irsf, Caetsteel secon*!. Iasrchmont thinl. time. 2sift. 4 hieago (tares. Chicago, July I.—First race yestenlay, I mile:    Inex    first, lockup second. Rock third, time, 1:43. Second race. I mile:    Hindoo    Las*    first. Tat ie J. second, Genevieve third, time, LU*. Thin! race. % mile: Orderly first. Chimes second, Valera thinl: time, l.dS'-g. • Fourth race. l\ miles. Hypocrite first. i 'mite second. John Daly third, time, I IMH Fifth race. I mile: Human first, Milldale A FEAST OF ORATORY. THE FiDERAL ELECTION RILL DfS-CUSSED IN THE HOUSE Th** AY 4»tii agt on I! iwbgl dab Assign*. Wa'I VGT*'N, July 21 —The Washington louie bell club yestenlay. by its director*, made an »s.*igtimen* to A. VV Coleman for the fienefit «»f its **redit»»r* The as-ef* of the dub are practically nothing, while National league team and Nimirk of the ii* iiatniitiew foot ap |E£i,<JUU The -alarie' Pitr sfairg* were ready to *ir»p out aka of the player* have not lieen paul since trie numieutk ntkice, and upon the least pn> first week in June. The club will play test    the scheduled games until July A after It doe* not seem likely the New York which fate the futon* vt the club is un National leaguers will live far beyond the certain. Fourth of July The Lark im->1 ii rph v light Off. New York. July I —Jimmy Larkina, the 122 (*)UU*I champion of New Jersey, who wa» u;.tt**be«l ro tight Bi ly Man by, the Australian, at the California Athletic club on July •>. re*elve*l a telegram from President Fulda of the club yesterday, stating that Murphy has -ailed f**r An-traha without giving n* n*-e *f hi- if.fen tione. The fight, therefore, is declared **ff PrtysrAUoai f,»r the (lavedtag of the lft-mlrieki Moituinent. Indianapolis, July I — With endurable weather the pns.js-« r* are that to-*lay s «iem* mat rake *u will be the great*-t in the history of the si af e TU** ootlin'k. h**w CAer. pi tuff encouraging Save ar ij«>i «v for a breeze, yesterday wae the hottest of the -e i-iin. Hladed therm*>met.*rs r»-j coni***! Kin di-gre*-- at s o'clock in the i m*>rning. ami the parade to-day will result in numerous sunstrokes if u r fatal ; it irs. The committee of arraugemenf- have the entire route line** with ice !«rr**!*. ami . surgeons ami ambulances will fie provides! for each division. The exercises will take place on the state hoii-e gismuds, which ire totally witnonC shade. As it has been found im-}s xxible t*> erect a canopy participants in 1 the exercises will take considerable risk I he entre af the City Is being lav I-hi v strong Arguiueuti Aglance*! far m*i Aga imrnt the Measure — Ike s^„,*t»-I’asses House Dill la (teia.tan lu (Uthi rn Pension < ase**— Debate aa the lulio Kill R**»uuie*i. WASRlXGTf**f, July L—In the house yes teniay the credentials of W W Dickerson. as r* -e---!irative of the .** xth Kr irmky district, to succeed Mr Carlisle, were \ •<-senfts!, an*! Mr Di* ker**»u wan sworn in The debate * n the federal cie* tum bi I was resumed. Mr Heriiert of Alabama addressing the house Mr H-r**erf referreii to the reconatrtic ti*>n period and said that the result had Fie*-1j that tm* uegr«> bud l**-**ts » mg * t * distr ist the S-utbern white man, ni l •: r lug that period the N, ut he rn state* Ii.cl ieell IS*} r**'«-nte*i in * ''Tigress bv KepU ;*li->*ans Now they were repn>***-nte*i by D**m-■ i-r:»*s. and hence, the necessity f**r a national ele**tj-)n law If the South were %ll«)w*si to work out the pr.blem f *r o-elf the time would come when the negro. lie leg educated as the white man wan, wonl*! Is* able to take care of himself as a taxpayer and a citizen. This bill would have th# cffe«*t of arraying rice against race, tg ii7i in the South. Mr Honk of Tennessee. Hepublu in. sai*l that it. had l*e»*n 1.:- conviction since his earliest reading *>f the c fistitiir .*u that it was a paradox to leave to th*-stat* » the cont rot of th** el**cti* *u of Hat i* rn a1 officers. Mr Honk quoted from a re J-ort made by Mr Springer of Hon ti i int* st*<*i election case. in which he claims ti Mr Springer I ai I *1 wn the exact : rim in.il involved in the pending bill. That rh** laws of every state of the Union scald conform to the law of the land The obj**ct!«»n to the bill was not that the eohm d m »Ti wax blat k. but that U« voted i Bepttblinin ticket. Mr * * dc man of L'Uisiana si.*! th if he was a Republican, both from conviction ami fr iii j*r ,*ij Ie. i S . h rn t in Ivy birth. e»laration ami ass*celation. Lie was opposed to the eruu tment of the fwteral •de* ti on law at this time. tn< I notwith* st in.hug the f.uT that ’ll*- promoters of th - measure ai nae* I to seen re the great • le-i. iera: ."ii of a free ballot and a fair c* ant. II** did u**t think that this wa* a proper time to make This political e e m    *    a    'I it t !.** lr uMe and hbsalehed won 1*1 follow the e.<a*:trufiit of tji(- legislation and that, the law would fail in irs purpose as he w e that he w >uld Tote «g un-r it in Chia h"Us** A federal election law would '<• aa expensive p*dttu:al !*!nailer    The pub ic money coal* he need to greater a*iv.an tftge in pa’ing rh** U <t.e**r ■ I lims vt ’he pe* *p'. e of the s. itc. in re rn'’Mir-tag the * Ie p -it r- vt The Freedmen e -a* ag ill*! in I he bouse lull for the ad na ce Mali'a    After the WH ha*! been Morrill gave notice that ha the earliest possible m*>ment, Age tip the tariff WIL att sat*! that aa much as be be Die tariff bill and anxious aa he ha*e it passe*! he eould a g consent rn it to interfere w lh the Idaho Inc ■ol-that take Holly t -lames Whitcomb Riley’s peru will re a* I by Prof*—-or Fisher of liar* ani * legs The telegraphed statements lien lev Wallace had *»*e!i asked to this par» in the exercise and refuse*!, mg tiiat he <11*1 n*'t propose to toirt in the iff »:r. are ilenicd by Mr Bsh v so* Mr Wallace was not asked t*i G*ivemor Hill a* < «>mpan ***! !>\ 'n * * of State Rice. Comfgrailer Wen N|* k!es. T A MU« all an*! Per Earle of New York. R II S ;er Ed I* Judson of Albany ami W iud R A Farrelly ..f Albany, cortvspivm! en*' af the New York .'*uti ai.ff the New Y*>rk Work! arrivtsi over the Bee Line ar ll a • hick jest en lav They Wr» wee • ti.-si by a severe th anile r storm aud met by four men t liers of the local c* on pi ft tee I'he party was es. orte*! Ni the Bares betise After crossing the Indiana Im** ;«*•; ’>* were gathered if every -tat;.ai md h*«-*< *1 I as the train went by Ar Union < :-> i ’ big crowd clamored in vain for a spew* I; At Anderson lei*’ people ha*! assembled and a committee b>anle*l the car m<l j urged Governor Hill to s.iy a few w r-!-The governor wax en thmdaati rally cheer* <1 when he ma*Ie his appearania? on the rear pi.uform lie sai*I he felt profoundly grateful and greatly appreciate*! the reception given him. but this wa not a time when he c*«ui*i speak on public is-ue- He s i- - n bis way to participate in and do hoc *r t*i the memory of one *»f Indiana'- famous sons, wh**s*< name was engraven on the history of the country, and in that preener he could n**t dwell upon -objects which they would probably like to have discussed. The train moved away amid cheers. Bay Mille*! by an Explosion. New- Y< ilk, July I —Melville Vredenburgh. ag*sl M years, of Tilth -?r *-t. arid Icxington avenue, lost hts life yesterday through carelessness in handhng a car * f powder. He was tiring a toy cannoli holding the powder in one hand and a fuse in the other. As he touched off the cannon the powder in the can also exploded Young Vnslenburgh's eyes were blown out anti his face wa# mangled. He also sustained internal injuries. He died soon afterward Frost Mi'-.s .ii mg -es on t he iring rile as well thin law ate fr* ai MCK into fe man’s j re i is. icy in favor VT- per,. mpany. con-tr >pi river arui in e*!uc I UU re n of the South, bla* k as v* bite. Pass a feeler a1 el*s cid The men now n* »dy to se pa. the Democratic party would get <4 . if ttiev Were Told < t- *iie w I party rather t ha ti r -k negro ai Mr Fin Hay af Kentncky spnk J the measure. I imer of G***>rgia inquire I what tat ion was whii h invite*! this new r against his section In the time nun*! jjeace what excuse was there • Lit; 4 again the fir•- af ; I 'leal it iou ’ II*- i--* rf e*i th *’ when the next congress met the country would lie under * - rain not paralleled - nee th*" days of the <liapated presidential count. .VU W wtdill of Virginia favored the UU. an*! -apl that Virginia was safely Re publican * it!) a fair count. Mr Tracy of New \ -rk earnestly op ’o- bill. which h*- is-err -d was an att* dipt to continue t h* Republican party ai power in the Fifty -econ*! ■ "Ugnn«» hi case The people in tile election decided of Iierw is** Mr Outhw *it«- J 4>hi«» -aid Dial uue of the featura- of the bill wa- to wn-truer a political machine t*i control th* represent-at:.« ' of tile entire S nth in tin* nett Re-pul It* an national [Hresnlenti ii tam' >*nti*m. idle bill was intended to promote the m-■!<i'try <>f making contested election awes, it was intended to prevent -Ic ti*ms in many f tile distri* •- *vf the «n>umn* Mr H«>pkiris of Illinois favored th** bill .'id t-k*-d f gent!eiii*-n fr<"o the S uh cen- in favor of honest elections, what <laager *!:*t they -ce in this measure* Was t a cnr-e to m-ist upon a fair el,ct: n in Georgia • t any other rkmtherti stat**' Mr. Chipman of Michigan made a coo--rito*i*'aal argument against the hill. Mr Burroughs of Michigan cl «*« d the general ie1 ate. He -aid thai when the popular vote was tampered n:*h representative ex.-te*! but in name If th* re was anything in the bill that *>verstep{»e*l the bounds of the comgitutbm let if be stri«*ken out. but let ail stand together in maintaining a fair ballot it: I a f dr connt i* the only safety «<f * he republic Ile could forgive a man wh**. in *fn- hour of ’ the I '.SU I HOU vt read Mr I would, a ; movw to j Mr Pi I I ie vet! ut was t ■ t* * ii bd. Mr Gorman asks*! when tue tariff bill I would likely come up. Mr. Mors ill said that it wa# ma his pur-] pus** f.- interfeta with appropriati*m billa wcosfemict rep*>rTs, but he repeated that ar tm early a moment as possible the tariff bdl would be called up. Mr. Teller said the Idaho bdl would likely he calked up and it was doubtful if the tariff hill Would be called up tins I week. After the report had I wert read the hill < *ts laid ast*ie and the agricultural ap rn prior ion bill taken up. the principal < omn.Atee amend meat tieing to strike out the ippropriatton of |2S,UUI> f*» an expcri-t:.--’it.il farm un*! gartleti ar Arb*! zt<-«. Ttu * wa# agreed to. A further ermfmmce wa- ordered un the legislative appropriation bill The **onsi*leration of the Maho Mil was resumed and Mr Calion a*l<!re-«*e*l the -.*nate in its support. The bill wa* laid aside md Mr Jones of Arkansas, frara the committee on territories, refitted a Mil to a ut Ion ze the board of supervisors of M»rico[>a county, Anions to i—u** bon*!- m aid <*f a raifemad. !Th:s bill is si::>-Ur to that recently vetoetl by the presufent.j The bill wa# then placed on 'ae calendar Hie h*• ’i-e bi!! for additional lari*! for tin* Boltin* *re emtom house wan reported anti placed on the calendar. The senate at »> p rn adjourned Ir*»«i W <irk«*r» ow strikw. |b)TTffYII Lh. Pa,. July I.—The president an* I general manager *wf the Fish bach rolling mill- of the Pottsville Iron and Steel company is*fused to -:gu the wage scale aud siij men -truck yesterday Iron workers all over ’lie country have signed this -s ale. It is to the »*ff*-«*t that the **ru Y'-'.'-is w; I continue the present rate of ».ages until there is an advance lathe price of irah. when there wiii is* an increase of wages The men are very quiet and orderly and no disturbance i- apprehended. It is hardly p***-*ibie that the strike will be -ettie*! ijefore next week An Iii! Ii* tin* rf Klao*. Lot* Is YU Ll. Kv . July I.—For three hours yesterday morning a fierce fir** rage*I at the n lin«*r\ * f the Stan*lard t-ompany :a N)«tIi Louisvilie, d*-str* \:tig the entire plant, including several tank-filled wit ti oil By tile explosion of the tank# seven persons were injure*!. Their name# an* John Kl«-ai "eth '•ke,.** John Petiigo. John M Donald. Andrew M» Don ald. Daniel O'Neil and John O’Neil. The injuries of .bam McDonald <nd Danko O’Neil are considered fatal, while Skene is dangerously hurt. The !<»-> ratiru He*! at #T*UWW STORE liberals confident of mr Duncan s ELECTION 4«>ntrart I.aleireri 11*1*1 at New 4 >• rk. New Y *uk. July ! —Ten Talian- are Reid at the barge office on the charge of being contract 1*1*.rer* They bail from Sui P*siro, Italy, in < Large <*f Angelo Jambraoi. a padrone. While in Italy f nub rani received letters from parties in Buffalo asking him to hire some men arui • > r! n g hem here day He a* c rd high r»-* pay pram •«1 wa.- gang now detaineii and paul their pas-a t*i New I ork. He Pefiised to dfedupe ti ti it:..'- t tile Buff ai*.' part irs rim w L < I--’ will probably be est iau-k t*i Italy N.'W \(trk stats loath Kit**. Pl! July I —Tin* nr. 4 the hoard of health just issued shows that the death rate !*-r 1,000 (mpulatnm *if th*- cities, villages ,in*l large towns re ■*>ril**d s*-f(.irately h *21 *12, their aggregate populatkm being about 4,<    * em. Zymotic iis**aa*w cause*! I TSI d*-afhs in ea«*h l.(M0, w I,: ti i- low* • than tfee average f r May ui*! lower than at any time in !■*«♦ It is high*-r tb uieitherof the preceding month# *i ’-«> The results o( the grip ire -st ii I noted    M'-asles continue t<j increase, and •feat he rom * I iarrhea are greater. I Ii..in « I sty Bauk VU hi. Alba VT N Y . .July I -The comptroller it the curreti* *y has not I fie*! the *iire**r>>r* if Hie Albany City bauk, which hest G A. »»> by fr tm! ut its own Uiokkeeper, that within thirty .lay- it- -r*s khol*iers must m ike good me surplus *f the tiarik. or its •ii * -fer will lie an nu Heil and its d<«»r-dosed against bus    The imnk last night is-ue*i a »econ*l statement in which it is shown that AnthonyGould ha# paid in ifi.000 more, arid money has also been real ize*l up*in property. The assessment will Ie about *•«> a share. smirching for the H*<:id. Dt”VHAR, Pa. July I. —Ou the nevriimrse yestenlay the res*“uing perry dug thr*)ugh about twenty five or thirty fret of solid coal an ! , out midnight -truck an entry to the HIH Farm mine. the air tieing go**! and pure It will fake several hours !»e-forv the res* uing party can d g a way A suit for tsmpsixn Printing. New York. July I —Tallmadge A Martin, who are suing Phineas C. Lonnv-hury as treasurer of the Republican leiVgue for #14.000. claimeti to lie due for campaign At Jahaetown — Johnstown-fiHoverwilte 7, . printDig. yesrenlay obta:n***l from Judge th U (rornian of the suje-rior court, acorn- * minsmn for the examination of W W Dti'ily. who, it is cl mite*!, can tell something concerning matters Distilled to by Al Daggett before Referee Raegeoer. passhiu, or the hour ><f RToiudm fired on j through the n«il so that the search for the the flag. Jolt that man w ho crawled to the , entomtie*! meti can progresu. The utmost secrecy Is maintained id this hour for fear the relations of the impriaone*t men nnight learn the uews and insist in g*>ing in the pit. * feel! Si The Governor’s Veto -ran.Is. Busto!!. July L—The governor has vetoed the bill aathorixing the coasolniation i*f the gas ami electric light compani*--T1*e senate refused to pass the gas and electric light consolidation bill over the governor s veto by a vote of 3 yeas to >4 nays. Th* stork AU Taken. New Yore, July L—The member** of the New York and New Jeraev bridge committee met yesterday, the subscription books were opened and it was Stated that all of the stock—*3,000 shares at #100 a share—had f»en taken. ballot b*>x where reprM«r*i the la frat bom • J-pringof the the -oreretgn will and took its Lf#, was an .t—:»--:n. He wasted to pass a measure which w ald proclaim to th*- people that the government ha*! at last made true the irsf ion of the martyred Lincoln: that was a g wernment vt the {leopie. by • • ,4 ■ md for t h < ****ple. > ru:    n    of    the    ele**tiou    bill    was e’uied to allow Mr C vntoe of Illinois to re. **rt from ti. * appr* oriation- committee a joint resolution provi<iing temporarily ithirty days' for lite exp* n-es of the government. Mr Lodge of Maseachu-etts. (>n lehalf of the committee In charge of the election bul. submitted 1 number of amendments, mainly formal in their character, which w«*re agreed to. Mr Leyibiuh of New Jersey. Republican. * if>*re«! an amendment pr vidmg that the chief -upervigDr for every judicial dis Csnfm* Way I TIU »**|*tiral»ir. VV A-Htv*. Tov. July L—Speaking on the rh*- -iihje* t of adj* <;rumen? Speaker Re*s! . saki ye-terlay: “’The quest ion rest-entirely j with the senate. For the first time in ! many years the house is ahead of the -enate with the public business. We, over on this side, coaid wind up the *es„i.fn next w-eek. but of course we shall not be able to do si," Nearly all senators agree in thinking the adjournment cannot uke place ie for*.* August ami several think that the session may run into September Stabbed by a Burgl.tr. KodfKBTCK. N Y . July I.—Dr Palmer** resi*ien(*«^vt Lickp*»rt was en?* red at lo o'clock last night by a burglar Dr. Palmer's .-on f«>und the burglar a- w.,*r« ami hit trict should take such action as is requi- ♦ ja    i>urgi»r    <irew    a    knife t -e* I.re suck vupervi- >n ini*a* hem gr — mal district as j- prov. !**d by the Uwqof the Unite*! State*. He stuirnl that the object of his amen*inient wa- to make the law uniform throughout the whole country. Mr. Rowell of Ulinoi# oppose*! the amendment, dec! iring that it alme*! to change entirely the sari-factory sy-tem of supervision After c"n-i*ierable <li.-*'U.s-1 u of the amendment, the house without I ing on it t*s>k a rece* a until - o’clock. IN THE SENATE. W ash:v«,t*«v. July I.—In the senate yester fay Mr Evarts gave notice that on acorn* Wander Will be I i»«.u*h    co .at of the ah«en**e of Mr Voorhees the Chi*'A*?o, July I.—At yesterday * meet- commemoration services in honor of the mg of the national committee of the world’s fair a motion to create two managing officials was voted down. The location of the exposition will be decided at today's meeting, late Repreaentative Samuel Sullivan Cox of New York had been again postponed until Tuesday of next week. The senate passed house bill in relation to oath# in pea- on and other cases, and j and stabbe*l the b*.y in the ana and j jumped on the roof of .an adjoining build* t ing, ami got away with a wallet contam^ ing <05 The family was on the porch while the robbery was being committed, and knew nothing about it un ii it wa» over.    _______ Ballot Hoi ktnlYvrs Cwnvi**’***!. Jersey City, N J., July I —The trial of the four Hudson county officials, Fallon, ; M>jcbelle. Hart and Derancy. for conapir-■ acy. ballot b*>x stuffing, etc., ende*l yester day in a verdict of guilty. Sentence was : deferred, several other indicted election officers will now be brought to trial A Big I ne re ane In ('spital *(»*<•!. ALBANY. July I.—The North Alabama latnd Improvement company yesterday I filed with the secretary of state a certificate frara New Y'ork city, noting the into! their stock from #5."U0 to It **t *0 Vfr. 4 .one Charge*! by 'Ar. Wllltass O’Brien af Tre«*tiery re the LiWral I* irty—% -pirite.l < ••(•*! F1 puff (I, ti ar ting taw Way Enter the Wioritry The Gas Lockaat in Galv L v0«'N. July I Ai the time for the I Barrow in-Furu^- election app roar :i-'- the ! fight fur the ant! grow* *h* -rt*.7 and rue ; party line# are »imv n tighter Any n« p*‘* J that the friends of Mr Came may have en ! tertataed of 1.1 bern! sup poet of th# cond! j *iat« have wholly «li*app#itre*l. an*! the prospects that the Tori** will win the vent rn* brightening knurly. Lord Rote! * ‘h i I ’hurckill boff contr: bated a large y*** -tire ; of awiatance to th * conservative candi I date. Lith by speech^ an*! vdviee to th# j election • *<nm»ttee aint ; ill pt*>hiNj I rn.ike another speech in hj# favor to day. Mr William O Brtra deli'' - w**i t "••we*-I fui *|*ee*ta in Iv half of the lihpwl t fcmli ; »!ate, Mr Duncan, la-t ui^bt In 1 course of his remark* he dwelt upon the I c*»1*s*sj»1 asm trance of Mr (aine in taking ! the support of ta# la:-era! elector-, while in- treachery to th# ’ uberal party and his it: *<• lit.- to she knife rv wert yet fix sh in ’he mind# of the people I? is undeniable that the bi?', r personal Itta* k- which Mr Caine, while in his I place among the leader- * f the Unionist. party en *d< up*m hi.* former frien*!*, ave <r*>u***d hi- enemies aud ’lie I.J er d pres** to almost ntianim*>UM support f Mr Duo cart The probabilities now are That Mr Caine will be third in the triangular eon r***r ii U.T1 Sd* N VS! TBF < * - tiVET The Manjui# <rf Hurt mg’<m ha* const*! ere*! it nrr *n#ry to per** o lf «feny the statement that he atli shortly enter the ministry, bu? tut# ire yet t. ♦<<• '•*' a* !i* %e that he will Le c*>tn[s*ile*i to !o #• He i-ertainly will if it is made to appear to him that his o !iii.*(*f, »n with tin? gov* rn lIi*'U,' is Races'.*rj f*» it- life, for ilpotl ??!** continuance of toe present govemnient depemiB the exi^en**# of his party, the I "aly I Mi# I- of his importance ae 1 political factor A dept-at ion rap resen* mg tho feed* college call. *! upon Mr H nrr < !; .pliii mtnist *r J igri*-alture v» -rental in*! q.toste.l I .; i • • -stahli-h V~ ’ "■ P of igricitlturv in that instir itt*rn Mr. * "hap!ui    s'fto** r ’ r    L - careful ei ta shiv rat ton THt ■ I TY • • F I...‘SEL- D VBK • The g.i> lockout in the < ity »f la#*!- is causing some serious Hico ll ve u ie n < '*; *.n*l k.s.s Tho . ity •; larknes# iud rn my »t the factories*, which have depfftn!#*! wh**lly up-.a g'l* engines foe .owr,area: a -tam! still. A few of th# factories witch I-ive been using g cs motor- are *!»* pron;•, •! with steam engine# and these are enabled ti-continu< running The governments of * i—rmany, Italy an*! Fug la: d have un. cd ti th - e-tabl -hmcnt of a join! -tiuri of jus: ic* ** 7.*n/ bar A dis..-trolls tit*- o«:»*urr:sl af S. !eng» ti. Rhenish Urusaia, yt steniay One p*r-< n \% as burned to death arni many fliers had narrow escape*. A largo u .racier of houaa wen- burned, involving heavy ;•** ou mar\ I* — A Pl* T> ; ERI Hi < trH"Ll< PRI ■»!    ' I* Much feeling exis- - in    over 'h« fact that rhere is no Roman (’atholk e!iapla:n in Decry jail Rev Dr * Doherty th# furnuv haplatn, was dismiss si from Iii* office, it i* claim**.!, beiaii# he refused to attend an tn*|niry held for the purpose of elo ititig hu r* in (da'ion to the ac tionaj U igue. the reason pf b;s refusal kdng I a such a question ougot not to tj** et>tr. -- *1 to atm as a Ran:in ( ^“h<<!:c clergyman, bonml to retain tnvi*»hite the se**retA af those in trussed to hi- re ^imw care. The governn; a? x«amei ti e qu<—g< a did not involve such a violation of confidence an*! dbl in ’ <;ome within I be ** q e of priestly exemption u**) r*- noved Dr i)’l>.di#rty from the cigiplains:. p. T'*-* vicar capita?ar of th# dismal# upheld Dr O' Ok >he rf y. are I ha# * lee f. tied to ap pol * 11 an J chaplain in kl# plant. C-ase* ..nearly all Roman Cithdk prisoner- in the j ll haw been without the cmisoiation of r •-iigion for several a?"U?h.s. Mr. Balouir claun- t*> have minimized rh# evil a- farft* pos—ibl# by -en* 11 ag th# Catholic pri.-onen* to other jails. ' I' M.u !f*i*‘?fc H'.tis, Waists, or Iv I8t*. T I * r    ^    _    " ? ’ * * * c -I r-i*\ Iii'Hist* W only h*. i t ' ii1 m a Jt i s, y Bloifou Waists, only .VV. • Coloni Fine Flannelette Biol is* WitistM, $1,25 Ik* **• " \ t*i v Hut* Bktus* VV aists, oui'. 7-V. Ll Ii- ' Pallet Flai:itnlv»t.t»* Bitwise Waists,only TcV. Bg; S rX’l.a c la itv Flat lit Ut ie Bl(dl>( Waists, onl} lsc. [I    t I \\i *mI ( 1*1 mj<i*71 St*is, ni<* Iv    jutint*'*!.    **i^lit    Falls    and gilt ?u;iii«*ts, only I*•*»(*. I>*    M x **a I ; lain mock-*, liras    \    l»ra    lied    t*d^f>.    full foui- **?.    feet, \s«»rrli    only ‘.Lh*. V    :    -tit 2 Pi* nit* anil Lunch    Bask*    t«xii\ 0«*.,    Ile.,    IHc. al zDc. !ia: ■:*•!, S f- I Fir*’. Kake an I Shovel, <>nlv -ie. A«i jlistal dc 11 ah mu n'k Ki>|te'S, I '2 Ic. t*,*4cll. Ad kiln!- M«»*‘{iu*to Fetting, only He. Ladies’ F- st Slimmer Corset*, «»nl\ Si.go. ♦    e    » store. Sf Ut I .AL * Ti Itll* AH I it* *:    I’itb'Hl' rn*, ie rf -irk - •• on-1 tide*I ■ r N NOU f « hVFN'l i* « ., * * |»j» i - Pateat * < f i - i •• • t Kc ! Miiij ired Ai! I’tlen era!** En PATENTS! r ...    i iv. it-, .I in I Trade Mirk- oblatne.t. rind I ll I* it.’lit I" in*. -i<*ondH*’te«l for Moderate Pee*. 4 HOSTH . (rur artic et * o|qi*.si4e I *. Patent oiBee We ftjlvf* no *u»> * ar** ii«” i0»*w rfih btcwinowi# thrust,lieuu#* ; * tra»»' it pate ut itysin***- m it* 4a unlit* anti ‘ I •    * «M*i Limn ihOM* mauite ir«m Ws«htng I uni. -♦ nil im lei, .Ira vieg. or piioto, »ith lee ni V 'n C 1 <P* <..»». W « .».|»: ,e if (• tie nu Me m f»«*t. Ire# w    #1 en .irxe. GU I fee not due till tut tent t* secured A HMMt, *'How to »»h(.im P.ttenu,*' witli ref en- > es to ju iuaJ client* in your SUate,county. ! or town, sent free. Address VI. £ j wrir JI 'mms&nvcr • V* L'.j’O.’ * .».*7*_ C u \ ^ML jut I L4- \ nc<-*. Jm** -lr &7*I®!'A\ \ m C. SAOAX A CO., »t-> ic Pait'ui 1.10k *• Washington. I* ( . \ A- ll -I y \^    if-*    -aa:#......— ........-/j » I Pay -QoCDS AjMD Caf^pet^. I Min kirk ti. via• ■ ■ » '• e-u.i'e J it.. I Atli, KUMI AUMN rift} pi Ii ii .set. "os P hox. ’so # ieee ai it* * et ti*.) earn ut Beware of entre • ic td<! 1 VI..or. ^ ll E4aiiB<i <    ,,f j J »t ret iir«d mr -.ai*- t |>r. j '» India ti Pit!#- A »pet*ir and j ' sick and Nervous Mea* lac he, I ■ ss, indigestion, (.’*mscipati«»a, r. _ , ii, re (nu. I tke (irirr i BuffillO, i<"X Ii,al f ui# to ueai lit par- I >i let urt‘*udi«'<: -laud in your J    -------- SECONlJ TY NONE r*.;tti«ent {or on*1 loiiar <bjr    is:    *    *    Second    to V VI KB! C AN BUX k • H.m;..{«io Main Street, N. V. th ut l*'liar jut atM> e rut on Ii I tai JOBB. None." VV'.’ wish to In? second to none in your *ervu v. Trv us and ■see. pollee Official* in Trouble. New Vims,, July 1.—Ward Itet#«-tive G#org# Logan, Roundsman Taylor -x Detective FI.in ai gun and Frink Welsh, a clerk in th** taw • .ffUe of George W Gib-buue. were -arrest#*! ye-re rd ay «>a com-pia.tir ( laude H \Y»-r*u*>r*' a rep* r^#r of the New Yc**k Worht, for the iar**e?iy of fZiXi Wetmore claim# to have pax! this sum to the prison-rs and ethersf*HT“poliee protecti(#1.’’ ut run a gambling house in this city Th# prisoners pleaded u# r guilty -and were punned for examinaxioa today RomuL-nian Taylor ami Oriectiw Logan were suspended from p«^iice duty by Inspaetmr Byrnes pcmhng examination by the police (oommiami<>nern. Elmira s 4 ast i s Blaze. Ei.viriut. N Y., July I — A clerk " im#*! Nelson, employed by Barker Rose fie (I ray. hardware dealers. Mb to ISA i>la>t Water street, WM draw .rig Japan dryer yestenlay morning, when the e-c.sping j#’ !»*:arue ignite*! from a lantern near by and a disastrous fire ensue*!. Barker Rose Jfc Gray. J 2k B. Galatia, Perry 2t Cd. and -I C. Melville were burn#*! our Burker Rose 2k Gray estimate their if>w, at ft00.00fe insurance the -ame All the other- burn#*! our were web iasurad CABL SCHAUER 59 Edbt Third St.. Has    tn "im A a full line o: i\Ve wish to imprpsa ujtou our out ob town nu ii-I s. in view of the j propo'ci! eiiang’*' in the tariff ami I the pro* abt* inert as* in the i *>-t ut Dearly aii kia<is of dry ^o'xls, that the month of lune will he rue in mf h for them to sho'k Price# were ti* ver lowei tiian they are at jtr* sent in our shire. if cli proposed tariff hill paaaes, prices mu#! go 0 4 kg*%niii ii# a ihiv0 iffiu’k- Koual to .u.v in th** city, and fik    of.    mf •it ja «vs timf will j>.*iy you to sere him I# ho * purchaxing’. -’tfL- -A G. liers I strike **f Steseilar#-*. Chica*!©, July I.—Th# stevedores’ -mite mi the Tzehigh Valley .Steamship line of laet week wa# followed yestenlay morn.ng by a general strike on all the other Unum It is es?:mate*! that at least 'mn men are out to-day. deman»ling an increase in wages from 3® to '-3 cents an hour. Man! of the lines have hired sufficient new men to get along with. He (killed Hts Wife. CARI ISLE, Pa. July I.—The bodyof Mrs. Rebecca Kempfer was exhume*! yesterday and an inquest held, which resulted in a verdict of death at the hands of John Kampfer. th# woman s husband. “•he died after taking a dias# prepared by Kempfer. which he said was given to allay internal pain#. Bequests to Charitable Instife»ti*»os. New York. July I —The will of the late Charles M Da Costa, the lawyer ha# l#en frfaitt.-l to probate Mr. Dfi Costa gives CoTuiibia collage *l<E).*t00 and hi- law and no*, e.1.1neon# librarte#. A Bum mer of char;tabl# .nstitution# also recei ve Lf*erai bequests. A. E. i - - - ■?** f A CO. HLS J VY; Lav* til* Lilgt t Ar “ort • ?,*i Tri ( f Fat* ut Ia*Atht*r Sho*4?* iii plain an»l!t|jfit-cuNdfri "I*** \.i .. • -f I r t,.ut? ti JI It’ sew iii. VV c ■;iTi v a von? | ! * ic ;ri! •NL [ TLKTON'S Fi t ■ Sit.--. It v«*u want a    ain! -tvlfol? sb»E*f 1 rv a r I tiit“ J Illlk*-*. Vol U iii ii "if 111 *“f ii. lur f    P**'9 Fair S)k>. in Button ’in*I Co®grwM*, n hi rn*I, it! aii inr (?r narrow’ Of?, ii* til*-*    «ihoif    for    tbt THOU* V that I NUS 4 vet* hi LUI of- fered to any trad**. W;:; . (’gbi?4 and rxamin*4 tlncni for yourradf sn*! Ii** convincrid. VV- arc offering ap lead ii I Bar I ufui‘ “ iii -At* ens ain! gingham# and J SMU]bi( * wash fubrit * of all kiln!#. iii* ai t ce of our spring st»xk of cloak- are selling cheap. VV e i pity to the following ba* gain# IU underwear: Gentlemen's blue mixed shirt.! and drawers in medium weights, at Jibe per suit. Gentlemen Balbriggan underwear eK: {*er SU! t. Ctentlemeu s blue angola drifts and drawers at 25c. each, l<)c. good#, Ladies Jer-ey Tests a# low a# PM;. each* La<li"s* balbriggan vents uith lace trimming, only Lie., worth 25c. G**«)d grade Jersey ves.s at 25c. ea< h. White and black lisle thread Jersey v* t i    75 ea<    :t    • siik vests, a1! colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably ad vanceii if the tar;rf i' changed. ‘>ur price# are much below even current price#, and we arc felling fine doth#, nrtpkiti', U Oyleyn towels, etc., at rare bargains    - Ne ar "tvlta in para#* J . Ne w    lyb-s in    .!    *    • N w    ,; yle# ii    m    .    i *.'. I ic im S| oar Ur ; : J i *■ for t ope!#. Rugs, DraoY'g arui ip#«o -t« ring fabide# Ai.ii    ttiridfLffl    Eli /LQUiGD. AMKKIC %3f PIA# K, MPH—itrt Ma I »    >    /    /;; /; t Bt l* FA LG. N V. C C. Pi N FOL ,D Manufacturer nu*! |.»p.Ht r. Xii WUN -I . KI FE IIM, x DEA LKR IS l)i amotid-,    Wacbfii and Jewelry, rd \    \    »*rWil    ijtMltmr    •*!€ SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I d Centre Street r.XHSA V / A ti, VOL Of HIL VK R PLA TIX A Ci'HPLRTK rr.NE OW Ho lidayGoods HG f MAIN ST HK KT* BUFFALO. X. Y. PEARL TOP ANO ARE Go toMonroe s Tor Curtains and Fixtures ;