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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y MONDAY JULY 7, 1890. B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANKTT KU1.1KO MACHINB lor ruling ill kinds ol Limits is tlio latest ao litn n lie MI chanifAl Department of orapanv 4 LEXAMDEK'B Coal and Wood Yard, 7 f A. Central Avenue, opposite Nickel I'lau Depot All grades ol Hard anil Soil Coal W SB Shingles anil I ath Corresponilcncc lor wholesale low tolielted. D OlTfORV, 24) anil 1X> Central Ave Artistic I'hotograiilier InBtantancciin FhotographB ol linbicn a apccmlty Sltten seed not wait lor muishine except lor Uabies. BOOK I VMBS IlWINO, IT) unetor, No K Si l onii mrect near f lalo street, Dunkirk V Mil He, bolinil in all Or i-r troniptl) attended to All work gnarantii I UKCHEIC8 CBOCKEBV HOUSE, C3 M Central Avenue. and retail ilittler in Icportcil am (omestic China, GUeaHitrc, A< 1HADTACUDA HOTEL, Katei il per day Lirenr an I lioauling SUlilc in connection Victor Ulilcr MS anil AH J.ion street 11TY BAK1IKB 8HOV Chan Nugle, Prop Under T.ake Shore National Hunk, cornii Center anJ Third Btrccte A Bue Bloi k ol foreign and UomeHtic igara Center horse suocra Particular attention interfering liortcB Shoeing of road S trotting horned a Bpccinlty kUNKlKK KVE-ilNO OH9KKVKH. I argcat Daily In the County AD unequalled aelvortiBinK medium I ENUINEEIUMO COM I'AN V U Formerly Popple Manufacturers of Knginea, BoilcrH. PullcyB Shafting Ilangeru. etc. Patterns, ForgmgH, Cmatingg, and Machine Work to order eJNKIKK SU1KT CO., 2U3, W6 anil 2C-7 Center atreQt, Manufacturers of the mwell anil "Dunkirk" period Uttmji Drew Shir In On Bale in all leading furnishing ulotliing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. Dr. TOOittKir. 434 and 4J6 Lion street, Dealer in Flour, Keoil, liuleil I'IIOB itc d, 1877 EK1X UOTKL. and Umtng Saloon. Union Depot hasy BI.CCSB to all trams and hub mow Best accommodations for Cuni- aier  HAU'iOK Itlf.I, OMK STKAM LAU.NDHV. Our specialties tune Sturta. lOc, ollars, Ic, Cuffs, 4c, hud I ace Curtaina i ree ery A W 2U7 Centor Htroet If H. OKHM, E Third 8t, cor of Bnffalo Maaufacturer and denier in Fine Boots A Stioes HKNKV WKI1, KIt'S NFW 8'iOBK, 10J 1 Third St. Books. Stationery, Musical In agazines, Daily ami WceUv Fauors,   the da; or week on reasonable SAM J. OICKKOKD, SOI Central Ave (Up General Insurance and Heal Estate Agent. kire-LiJe, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention git an to buying and selling Real Estate TO. JONES. 1C K. Third cor Deer Kxceliior Meat Market Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, Saiuaget, Oysters anil Poultry ViT JEWELRY, 'Boy the Aurora Kailroad Watt h Repairing a specialty frank F Stapl, si k. Ihird el. N. MUCKKB, Merchanl Tailor, 116 Central ATenue RE WARD I WE will pay the above reward lor any case ot L'ver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache indigestion, or Cosliveness wt uitiuot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills when the directions are strictly compiled nith The> purely Vegetable, and never lail to give satisfaction Sugar Coated Large boxes, containing 30 Pills, 2i cents Beware ol coun- and imitations. The genuine manu- only by JOHN C WEST CO. Sold by MosaOK's PHARMACY. Du kirk, N. T, Will In Hll III by the HIP Debate OR Ilu laiilt Ques- tion In ISookril for HUH The Suridiv lnl ii Hill Will lEiiMiitcd to the Senate (onlisliil WAMIIM ION IiiIyT-lln pidKiairi ill the henute fin wei k includes the pjuwane of the postal Bill snh bilh and poviilih of the I >i lull and the ntiij; of the dilmte on l IK tuiilT qncsllnn liatoi Moilill liie tlui llHHll of the i oniniittee on flnante Ii is iiud tic the taiifl bill to 1 iy a .1 1 I ing to the iiniionnecil intirilini and that lieisvulniK when it ini-, In n miidp the iirifiiiishc il hiisiuiss of Ihi siniK (o have It laid aunt irifoimillj tliit the postal hills winth ic iiiuJi i disc ustion for two last wuk iniij bi ilisposed of '1 hns Milisiclv bills liav bei n ele bated iiKth iiiul llnviiill be panned without much I ui UK i iliscussion t ndi i tin mine by the Iniind committee OIIK (imp lie turifl bill would then In takcnup but Se irntoi 1  bill and the appuipimtions eouiiniuie will i ej 01 L mil ind-rtM i lo him i n sidcicil iltiun, notifeh itiiiains (lie dell itnry nil Jhm is a piol nl ihtj Hun tin LOU leicnee repoil on the sihti lull will be submitted ILLEGALLY USING THE MAIL Murk lo Pintinj; III I'll-t! 1 urdh II'MN (onn fulj 7-AIiuk (nilsin of u mis in tniil fine leminii-sic ni i in tins siitui <1'U in Hi of sciidu olstine postal ends and letteis tlie mails (iiilson bafllcel thp effnts of thp postefliee (hi i ils to a.ipiehi nil him for a loiiK tun mil it was  u Pllt-hm, New t let ill ml Ifullal. Inrh null lir ml, I vii I Ii I i lilplnn Hist M, I h i, i N( 1 oik I ll ill I Ill-l on 1? ti, r U XI Lout M 24 .11 e Hi- AI 1 I I 1 41 IM W il II II I o t il r AMI I if i n m u 41 Athlihi Ixiill nil Ml I oms K itlustci f Illlllllhlls loi iln Hiook'jn Sum! Al Uli In fiile'ln 0 II 4 II (I 1 n (I Si i ie use II loot 0 II 0 BUI ni- I It ill) ami Oliiniilp HI IKule ml BilstKS I uihlit md I i n les M st M I nils Hi "kiln 1 I) o n 0 1 0 hitioiies Riunsej MiiettH anel Dlilh and Ii v t mpne keimi lost For C ent VK 51X1 4J9 II Pel f cut Ml Ull VI Per out 6.IU i7B 141 4CI f n n K 0 5 5 r, l> 10 J Mi 11 Knii T it n E 1 0 (I fl 2 f) 0 i 2 784 .i r> 5 Munjau 0 0 (I 0 t .3 o o u 0 1 t ind Rv an C alllhun U icHehir R H E. 11 17 1 Iifiiiltvlllu 4 6 Ui hostel I 0 Halt fries h hu Mcf.uiie I mine M Cil( IKesfi j Atliltlle I 4 0 8 t, 0 0 0-14 l'i 0 f iihnnli is 0 (I 0 0 0 0 0 4 H L li i is I HI i r and Itnl Inson fin IJurilon and O'Connor Umiiio I 40 Two New I'lincrs foi Km i KxillblFH N Y Inly dispatch fiom Louisville SHJS Unit MMIH.JT Pow eiBof the Koehnstci Jiiiseliall club has hiKiied Piti In i Douin of tin Ni H iven (luh and nil IKI of the Toronto" Ihe hitter is n will known nllaioiinrl Jilujei and will IHI a valualjli iililnm to the ti am w Inch U in a badlj ei i ijilt d con dition Mm i PInllipH theshoil stoji, 1ms been suspended fen the r-iniunili i of the season uncl lined 4125 by Mnimgoi foi iliiinkiiiiKss PRESIDENT DIAZ INTERVIEWED He to Cultivate Prlvmll) Tleln- tlmlrl With l Stilt, 'sAV AN10MO lex luh "-limes I. Iiuehaid special agem il the Intel nu tional I xposition Jijui Hssouiiiien ie tiuni 1 Satiudai nemnj ftom the itj of thin hi bid n nn inter with I'lesuli i H p, expresse 1 his hu iilli s ntinient towmd the I mted Matis II ;wls especially phasul wi'h tin mil m of the letasand untie u il aiilhoiitus in Hu niallci of the lie i nt i nils on the binduof Ni I ei n an 1 said that he felt disposed to do some m_c in reiiiiitt il Hi will pi isonalh supervise the share of in the exposition and iiillwiite httustei tin laimiis ntnis e f lean states mging then eoopeiatmn Pi iside nt sums anxious to cult hate most fnendh icl itions with th T intcd stutit and will pi nimbly this in Hit fall if he. can obtain the sane him nl t h Mi concuss which nee ts in s, ue xt A MODERN LNQUSIIIOX. CRUELTIES PRACTICED BY BRITISH AUTHORITIES IN INDIA TORTIRIM, THI INHAItllAMS IirimponHlble lulu Urttui to lliutnl MethoilK Co? f. Kni.uiK lioin A iiHid Iiiliulill inln Pa nilliKs Whet- llng Jhih lor Mi II AtlHik In lie Maili. nn tin liUli I'ollin I anilne in I hi toiulHii I OMM Inlj 7 urthe advices fiom Hm inali painful actouuts of the crueltiis ]ipipttiitel bj the iinhsli police n In in i sin tin w-eti lied inhabi tants !l h IIIL.II ti 1 1 mi i  stllllkoul uid that the 11 i tihi atps to be issued undei the new shall be a tpmlci I he points of diflen i ic httnpeii the m now 1111 qnistions wlnthii the law shall go mint fleet mimediati h 01 llnitj aflci its passage and nhtthpi the nmoiiut of sihei to lie pun hasi rt i ach month shiill be 4 VX) 000 01 4 OOOomites DrstinithR (liindliuiKt In m News has born iiniMd of ii iloiKllmist, which niinnpl mills lounu and oecisiinid a 1 iss ot o mine loin mill dams weip n in I mr In (men KM lil mil pntu and I om link m n ,n bulge WHS wiiikitl t1 I agle Mills Ihe si mill in i w is I b i tli it (nuns will 11 110 ntid fu m 11 mini, Sn fue dllVslllltu, niOlltl s will be 1ICI IM to nsi( u tli inadbid m (usl el issei ndition (lopsaK ml and in Rich "'d i u 11 is wiic flooded and other nnnoi d was done Niw I man about >0 M nuht ciiuie t and as c ISP of Snidile. lv smoothfaced Id ,vhn lfe j fours Mi linpi lilnn hotel ti B usl P C was duid m bid in his mom da> It Is supposid he had   msnied Tlilitien Hoi SCR Ruinnil to Biookns luH 7 4 oclock jester morning fire the brick dwelling 41 and Saikett stippt the coal and of Nicholas at 4-, to 4ll Siiekitt stieet ind the stable of the Intel n itu n il I'aekmgi otnpauj in De_-iaw fetiiit death _ liinlun Vioises weie biuued to loss 000 paitlj insmed owned Wille ATIANTH N I Wurstii, aged Ihin Tiilj 7-Iohn at Iti24 Dick n stieet Philadelphia, was dieiwued wlrle biitlinix in the ocean yesteulay Uiewoik ol resensit ition lasted several houis, but life was extinct His body will be sent to Philadelphia to day nil- Ihe Pnrli paied to make I fi nuseiabli foi Mr Bal four dnt ing tin coming weik 111 the dis umion of the, Irish estimates It Is pio Msed to attack the vhole pe hie sjste m e f aud to Hus end Hi Niiiiimhsts lime for some tun- p ist I en eelKumi; eiidenees ol ml i in id it ion ai d brutality on Hie pint nt the Iti-li umst din] which thevhije willli ik tin blef see letai} s eoiitiiitiin that the police have shown n mai 1 H) U luiicni y towetid Iiish ofle iidiis Ni nl iieiyln h muni u of [i til la me ntai [u nn IIUILC li is pu j in d a pitch on the and a lively time is expected inmuiiF si tn-msn IN IHI- SOUDAN Adviees haie reached Curo that the fan me w hit h has f n st me tune past pie Milled in tin Soudan is mere lapully 1 housanils of natives aie w ithout food of HIM kind and the repoilt 1 number of lentils, fiom stai uitie n is appillmy 1th the repoits ol this di adful tate e f aftans come hoii bit stones of i annil iilism ivhieh is also sod to b on 11 i inuease It >vas lepi ile 1 not ago 'i it the dead rviu I eaten In Ihe fa nisln 1 sum iois but thi picsuit adiites itpiesent n ilttis as still woise It i MI s Kill I'D ei-J r IF HAH I OM> AM expiess tiain running it ahigliiate )f spei 1 sti m k n t image wl n h vns toss ilk the link npiu I ippi dun 1115 jis klllli _ thite of its ants mil twiothes the thite cille I w i ie w omi n 1 he li nisi uil nenspapus ate iinanl minis in H in i ssi ins of list i list of the Vfin me imp in> and e al e in till mi t w ilh del in tn> iMilnsiin oi lined n a Imwnks InitoiN it tiMilon eoinpletely wiet King the I milling u d s ing ones toitmintih no lives wue lost ihe pecuniaij dam ige is veij heavy INTERESTING TO WOOL GROWERS Hit Anieili in Riflcimn In Ittrlln BIHIIN lily 7 (n i nan I ederal tifle tine opened Mslu In Ihepio- P.lain o] Liie 1 with a ]ilo( ssjon to the town hall st iilim; h im the liiauden binj; I hi luu is HII in oidei of nationality the e ins hiking pipcedeuceol the otlui foiciniieis Astiik Mifr tiat lie of the nflinien lopusi the development an 1 intemtntol dolman shootiin souations smie Ihe Hiuteeiith Ihe stiei Is i oni] ii'.ii K the line nf maich weieuowrhd with people who elipeitd themsehi- house in IK noi of the usitois nnd admn il K n of t he disj 1 lie 11 v on Toiilenbe k mav i 'f Heilin wehimel tnt ii-ii is it ilu l wi hal unmbu of me mbi is ol tin w i ik Independent in MS two nlieast heided the leans m the pioecssion ng as I Met i ope h div ISK n n I one (fill ane thu d i-- auiisif lln f i stable wa- nii-l Hie londoti I cilice Inh Sitm Ii y the n jln i if the HUH slieet nsii pi i foi in ii In i hn I 1 pi n r u hi scqui nlh the con tn' m Ii old Inision and the pi 1 1 m i i Mi M I t w i k w ith exception ol f in 1111 win still iclusci1 to pcrli i m 1 In 1 nu i wi ie suspen U 1 III i thus HI iltid las night and hoot d IH the urmds in the StIPl tb THE LOTTERY EIILL sidioll Will It in Hellevtd A oto the "Mpiisnie BAION Koii.l-, La lulj 7 Ihere is inucli speculation lieie us 10 whether or not thegovernoi will veto the lotteij hill lh1 five daj limit illowi d thp m which to ivtuin tin bill e cpin s to day Ihe genual belief is (hit the will not onh veto the bill but that In will send a messaije to the condeminng its action in L, the bill theie seems to be no doubt howcvei that the bill will be passed over the gov ei nor s veto The bundle law bill now in the hands of the goveinoi vvi1! m all i robability be approved Those opposed to this bill claim that the lass] fa it ion of cities of 10000 popul ition and over n unconstitu tionnl us it thus (lisuimiiintes against eitus and towns having fewei inhabitants o istitiitiouU us howiver say that tin the st itc has the light o make such ilassilicahon ind that the b ipieme court deiibions ben out this cHim A Eiew nhenp Kuignr lalki About IIiaTmla on Wool Inh 7 Hon. Robeit Olhei of Diiiitilin life mi inbei of the 1 eonniil who has been visiting fen se ve ralduvs in an mteiv ew iespi tl irii nla tloiih said O'eouisi wi in the (Olonies ire much nit ii-lidm Sin i n nn matte is pxtiini h anvnus to IIIIM butei trade iilitio, K misell am a sheep raisei and I of (omse in the wool qiiisi] ,n vlj shetp ait aciossof Irf'iseistei md 1 iiuiliishui shte p with an oiiKinal sti nn of niuino I ship j 000 einas'.is of mutton to In-line! 51 u H stnkes us as absuidthat the bulk of the opposiuiui in mrwool comes fiom men owning less than tint) sheep when the slli MUI HSI in pi ici ot then Heeees by Hilt u if) alliwini; lhal Iliue is inj m ueasv al ill will not half pav the in i reasi u tost ot the woolen good's they are obliged l i pun base Jhe diflnultj is that they are raismp sheipfn we il on pi Kid 1 mds aud an noi en ttteiitioii to mut tin 1 lead Mi Hlann s letle r to the sen ale in liquid to ihe I'm esn lecip iniiH and iiKiil t'uit he could not set Ins naj ileai to f an i xte nsi >n of ie npioeal leluions lo the bullish speaking colonies if nnndii nu jf which ate m blood, in customs in spun an 1 in friendship to the United stiles than the Spanish nations eanpissiblj be would easily wel iome leipioeal tlado iclations with Sn C.eoige Graj ex jiremiei if New ilaml and one of eiui foiemost itiiesmin is not alone in hoping foi a Hunt Viiglo m illeivun and eonfed in the ful lie FOUND DEAD IN ROUND LAKE llHglc 1 till nf Ml, ppoill of Tieilk C IIj VAI ii N 'i Inly 7 -Titdeiick ihcpp id i I Ni w Yoils was foiitul dead in Uound lake f iiday The liody was naked end it w 13 at hist supposed thai he had tone int iswlin and was drowned The autopsj showed none of the 01 imuij evi denies nl but wounds sufficient to eanse dcafh w n r mntl upon the bend aud then it wnsdisi iMiedtrml hiscleith lug had been iiflil ol K and a sum i f mi n i Ihe indications me :hat he iniinUie 1 on the shoit of the bike and his bodj snipped imdlhiown the water lo give th ippe aiance of uudental di ith Such i bold crime roninntlid in the iiieunitsot tin Hi unil lake tamp mei tn nioiinds iseaiisiiijf much excite" incut among Ihe people of that ie hgious eoininunil> md stimulating to fjioatei fc in i of eind pleaching 40 veais old oi the past le w been stopping it the lintel n I) i Ktieet with the expi ptiition il i to uat soon to fill a ]i mused p siuon heie Jhe laki WHS a sin it distanii an lit was his i ibitto il t ie in th earlj mi in ing loi is" i i II nut is nsn U in the in lining did ue i in un Nmie linnis iftu Ins >li i is 1 um 1 dead in sh illort walu ii ii tin shoii ol the lake niai the boil nsi slnppiiil was a man if Hi le ivis a famih wh iisidem K ulv M itl ol Pohd Hlo Igi ti to Kound I ike te the case Wild M n 7i still in ronnotliuit NiiiiWKM Juh i Otto Kemlui! awild soil ol i Miuru 1 n bei in tins un in a (it of nij? I ml un sin is it his wife hue both ol wlui h missed hei He had been ti uiks ol ti mpi i betoie He was iu isted nn I thi eouit disp ised if him in i noiel w n Iillowing the t xnn j h ol f stei n i eilaiK e c mimirtees the jud_i ai bom to the town aid twent' foul ti t'pt out of tbe sta'e i iiunan ai c ompamed him to a h em lo sec thai he obeiid the mandate lit foi New Yoik Hiswife lias In d f u a divoue n NO 111 THE SENATE COMMITTEE WILL CON- SIDER MR BLAINE'8 IDEA HIS SCHUMK NOT IN KA1OR Nlw Tnl Tnh mulled In i Sit ml ij  HohiiniRii so (lilies (ll New 'S UK hi 111 meetings listened to iintirins memoij of lolin Iliiss Heir gii it i iiuitMinnii who w is InuiH (1 ill the stake 47r us ago in in count of Ins i I (LI UK is in bch Uf of illusions tiiuloiu ontnhiiti ins were 1 11 inlh inn le t nun I n fnnrlth tt is being laisid loi thceitition of a 1111 nnmeut to Hi ss in this citj 1'inllKi mill -ilsler Innl intH Killed I ni I lit Mn h Inly llnid is bonoived his om pb K i s li m t i t iki his family to H pie nit I hi tiain li K flight md i in iwa> in U H Mh i le, Ilr-nlusin seiiouslj Mis i Ih bint th il she will I ill son instantlj it 1 i sin liHtl his lelt h md Mi Hindi is n In killt I i ud toin off Muidered His Sweetheart Pa Jnlj 7-Clara Jones, aged W a servant in the Cential hotel at had her thro ci v th a laturdaj night bj Hairy Marsh, aged 29 I a miner v, ho was funoua with jealousy I he girl will die Kmis is iti M i  it Mom ken on nc lonnt ol M I w is f iin 1 filming nc n the Inttii'un Htc unship pu i The bodies of Mis and hu bibi win loiind in u thi) s line plate Ihuiidm mornint, iln in New Yoik Nhw )i h T ih the pas, sfiigus OH the steamei J a Bre fioin Himeweie fit f hmese mm istei to tin I mted M ites "ipaiii and Pel 11, thesecul if the Chinese legation at V d and Miss Winnie Oaus Wisconsin State Hcpulilfettn Contention. Henry C Paime lifs upon Aug 1 as the d i .e foi the Republican state convention m isconsin and Milwaukee as trie place Fhe Stmute Flnnnof, Skid to be OppoKe't to Betlprntltr nn Biigar The Cn.nmittrr KepudlHtcH tli iif AilmltlliiK AVitol I rrx of Duly It U Pmilbln Honvtri Mr Blulnc' ftliiy Ije 4tliiptntl WASIUNC KIN Inh 7 Ihs memrwis o the senate fliiHtiei) toinmittee shovf ni great disposition to get together foi the fmlhu dise msion of the tariff question anel fiom Hils Indication it Keems more than liktl> lhat the leal battle on the tanfl will not begin for some haps not until next week end of the week just opening 1 he com miLtee has vet to take undei eonsldeiation the leupioi Hv question It is the desire ofseiualol the K pnbliuin members of On toiiiiii tieelhai tins tw aetet upon in befoie it is brought befoie the suiate Mi Hale who intro- duied Ihe amendment uiiboeljing Mr Blames idea, told a upoitei of the LnlUd Press some tinre that he did not ex peet the committee to net upon it but that it would be taken up in the senate an inilepi ndent amendment an debated tin o H now appeals that not only did the inenibusof the finance toimuitlee have ihe ice ipiocity question undei disciuwlon bctoii BI urn's letter to the suiaii bin they laid the matter in- foimulh befoiethc piesldenit for his Hnne tioil I hev tlieu leui nod tliat it -was the intention of the- pi asident to Hend to con Kiess a letter on tho subject wiittioby Mi Rlnine and not wishing to anticipate Ihih ml luu, they did nothing fnither in the mattei Ihey tan be Raid to favor the Blulne pioposition for the pio position that was laid befoielhe pipsliunl by them di Heart fiom that of theseuetan of state A me mbei of the lin inn eeinnniltie who has been fanning Mi Hlaiue's leuproelty sehemt said to a ippoitii of 'he I mted a lew ago We cnnnoi agiee to n leciprouty on sngiu whali would affect only one sixth of the nm >imt whn h we eonsume lhat would be simplj to im leaae the pinflts of the prodnceis of that sngai which is ad nnitol free wiih no i eduction of to the umsuuiei 1 hei same Miiatoi said that the nenate! would no' accept leclpiouty piopoui :ion which involved the adniiMion of wool fieeoldutv sngyenting thai theie wai too nine b jioiitiis in wool I he leupiocitv has taken veiy vague loi m as id but it is quite among hi possibilities th it in some shape it will adopted by Ihe Miiati An etloit will ie made dining Hi 11 mitig wiek to b] ing UepubliiHii in minis of the finance e iimmlttc to e nisi lei it PADDED CENSUS RETURNS liiinilHio I nuinoiHtoi Detnteil 111 lnK.lv i Inlj 7 I nfoi iiuiUon has niiii MI! 11 Ihe ien us olhie fioma n HI Nm hi IUIIHCO thiil Hie luluins Hi nun i i u us in lhat i n v m Ided 1 Ins ihnigi illown f losely i the ol SnpiiMsoi Davis. hut n u innniiiali i had bein duelled in iKiinsing t ,lsi Ii Ins ni m us an I that he mil bien aiieHtul, seemed to icijniic im ncdiate aet ion A tchgii'ii at ome sent to Mr Daus calling his HttinUon to tin ihargen h emanated 1 1 a losponsi lie soiuu and akkinu him to make lepoit Nolinthei iletlon will lie taken by the insusollnt until Mi Paus makes his i poll It the chaiKPH of falsitj ms the aie sustained a ,-e loutit will be in (hi distint nffpcted, and if i lies-, m m tin i nine city 1 ll(   'liKomii Wash not sitislud wlthn le count in h >mc of thi ilisliuls hut thinks (hut it is entitlod to aiifiitiii IP omit In thatniHe the eitj of Sialtli inqunes of the tensim offiipwln it rannot Inupa le unit It not piob able thai a le count will be ordered in llthel case ids oidiiil I liiinin' Wink. Mass tiewun lid house In Hillditle aviniip belong ing to Inn lis HOIK hi i was Imined at 12 o 1 >ek niRhl loss Ci OHO 1 he (billies ioiuniiinunl  C ,pi, 11 lice I'liteiHii, Uvciits uid ll( IHHI, Trade Murke itirmtcn I All i-nu nt l mini hr conduclwl far in i itc Inf.riniiU n iH mui special n ten nun H in ri iiimt cv t w irking tur us I cison i re tern il who cai furnish a liorsc i Umrwholt lime 10 the business m menls n ivlx. i nil t iblv employcil ilso Afo u mm s ill I nn< mdciticb II 1 JOHNSON (o, M m Si Riclimond, Vi We luve tin issoit- nunt of Patent Lintlu i Shoes in plain andbght-ioloud tops, land and machine "We cany a complete line of NhT- TLETON'SFine Slmis. Ii you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, tiy a pail this nake You will like them. Our GENTS' C.ill Shoe in Button and Conguss, n bioad, medium 01 iianow is the bent shoe i'Ji the noney that has ev< i bi n ol- eied to an) trade. Come and examine them 01 yourself .md. b< OOIP nicid SULLIVAN SON, 218 Centre Street The reunion of tluj KnightH of Muc- .abces at Chautauqja week was 11 jreat success Nearly all tlie lonsm this vicinity wcie Inrtf ly p- eiicnted ADVICE TO UOTIIFBS Ait you diHtuibed ut night uml bjokcn of our icst by ft HI ok {In Id mint, ring an t f nth pain of i tilting teeth Jf no, Hcnd nl OIK nil grtabnUliof MKH OW'H IIJNH VllUP FOnCHIJ DKKN I KIM HI NO ItSYUllH s niculculable H relieve the pi n little tifferer immo liately ml upon i moth u re IH no misUike about It ihnni cry and (Jmrrhau, reffulaUH the HUnniich ami owelB, cures win I (on< HtifLcnw the JJIIIUH, re ucee and gives tout nn 1 en< the whole Mil WISHIUU s OOTIIINGSYR'LP fcOllCHIl UKI N I KM HINT. plotuant to the tuHlc. unil IB tlie pr scuptmn one of the oltJewt and b  jBiclanfl in the United States, and :H for Hale y alt druggists throughout the woili. I'nee fi enta a bottle The Sinclanvillc Couimci ial lias tarted a fund fora boidn rs mon ment in that place which IIRH t le model emeterv in the county Archie showed re good faith by heading the hut with a ubscnption of Prescrlplioii of .ill LMijKlclatifi coinpoandcd at Mmr> H DniK tore nhcrc an (In 1 flu hto ilct arii( lee, cifumPiiCB (rmiiHlMF- njrt-h air, 1 ath, shaving and tooth IjruHhCf 11 ttinjj; a Bprt tally hading nutent mod UK n in be found on Jvetj ttttu Ic of di nd heniicals t an not IIP io town Iso PoU foi Van m foi u oat und ItingH whit h 1 ft i rr Lo ill samipcnoi lemcdj for aHthmit rone liitis and onsumptM n We RU to >ire or money refunded all r i tri il ee 1 arge dollar b lrl in the h ud i asal catarrh Doddfl' local treatment ocs lliiswitliout the md of Hiiun: oucbes or fumes Iftthc din Ii is xlemi'cl downwaulb, alledniK the ronchial tubes 01 luiiKh diges 'on adn lood the internal Inatnunt loth re- ove from the system the biatteied ojson, and by its building-up piopr r airasswls natuie in! rewtonng the nn ng cd parts Send for our book treat- roon catarrh, tn, Mil i< v Co 'upnetors, Bnflalo X Y sold in trnkirk at Monroe s Phiirnwj 300 or- al avenue THE ROSES ARE BLOSSOMING. Lidics and g, ntlcnicn me ill ite el 1e) full nilil ex- iimim my Hlock .uiel i'lke-ll I1OU till fflll 01 imir Jtll IvirnU eif slock, Dull li bulbs, c4c Th. F. Vandermeulen, Coi j aglc ane! 7th Sis Dunluik, N AJMD ADAMJELDIMHIERSON AMI UK lUOl K Miin Buir.do, -NY. SECOND TO NONE. Om in )tlo is Sue oud to Nouo We wish lo In Ui noni m om M in us and si i. UrU Wlsll om out ol lown linnih ni MW ol llic piopowcd in (he Utill mil the piohiiblu nun isi in tliu'oost ol nc.iily all kinds ol diy irooils, tliiil tlie month of Innc uill mF innntli loi Uicin lo shop J'IKCS W( H 111 M I loHl l i.n t) S( 111 111 OUI HLOIC, II ilu jnoposfd laiill lull i pill s ipiisl MJI tic SplLllllld gains in CMS md gingh ims I suuiinci I ibin s o( nil hinds J IK li.tlinu oi our ol i losiks uc selling cheap ijiioU tin following b in linden wi ai Ocnllcnicn s lilnc ulmts drawuf in iiKdium wughlh, it r.Ot md pi i bint Giullimtns liiillinggan IIIKK iwciu OOc per suit s auqolu slurt8 nnd nt 2rn 40c goodH hihiy veMn as low as I0i cai Ii licfl' Imlljuggim with lupp trimming only 15i w nu, 2.V Om 1 grade jersey vcsm at 2ric ltarli While mid lilark link tlircnd Tnmy vcbls ut cadi Silk vests all coloih Tx ta pnccc will lie onsnlualily vuuccil if tlie laiiir is elianpnl On, pinch arc nu.ih ijcluw   f sir. VKK PLA ns MAIN 8TK15KT, BLFFALO, N Y Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures SF4PFR1   

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