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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 12, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. NO. B LTSINESS HOUSES FORCED TO THE WALL LEADING NEW YORK FIRMS MAKE ASSIGNMENTS OF DUNKIRK. 8 NEW KULJLNG MACHINE rulinfr ill kin la >C blanks w Che latest ui'lttion to Mechanical Dnparunent >f Dunk rfc Cumpanv tnCFORD, anil 35 General Are Artuiuc Photographer Instantaneous Hoxranna >f Babies a ape. laity Sltttrs uea. wait for ne ProBilnvnt M.rohanU ud Aro Amoac Llabllllle. mn.l 000 to L phvuval 1m Financial World. >ov T Walker KOOK laVfVf) Pr> pncbir So. IB t sc. ouil street near Kul- Uin meet. Dunkirk V MaxuiueH, Wu- uc, bound in all slyt. a or ters p -umptly Co All work ffuuranu e L BtJKCHKR'S CBOCKEKY HOUSE, Central ivenue see c-h retail icaler in la ported and IMACTAl'-JCA -J lluteii, tl pi.r Uy i iTerr anil Ifcuu ling SUWe in oonniiBou Vu tor Ruler, an 1 33" LIOQ street. ITY B.UtBEil SHOP Chad Prop C oiler Lake Snore Sati nal Bunk ami thirl utreeu foreign anil Domestic igo I Hae corner itoi k of i) UNKIRK Liirgest Daily in the Count; An uuefioalleil aulvertiaiiig metli im D Forire ly of Enjci lliiifra elc antl 51 n m rie W ew Puppic B Pittcrna >rtf to or Icr T i 1 lTSKlKK SHTRT JH, 2US Lr JolT-ing UV e an 1 LfankirU (crfect On dit c n al] ei: fun ijli i Iry 400 IB ti lutes n Junk rk TDOHKT 4Ji ail r i t i iir rVcil Ll a it el lit Uu e I lUy 1' i lor Sou mer hunts and importer-i at 81 ___ Pun e si net made an assignment yw- terdny The oauae of the failure was the In- Paienon N J silk manufacturers, to liqiin' i e tin ir liability to the flrm Ac- corlugro Riles the Piteraon tirm A s rhe estate ot John T Walker Son tUO QUO nt whlc h Che sum of 000 la ov( rdiie The active capital of Walkar I >r ihe two ycmrs has been a o it f (X) so they were nnable to u hst ind h OHS attaint? from the uon- pji m. n ji Nuh inhale Bros Knight Ihe tir n bis I n carrying the heavy load I for th pii.st tour years and whenever the hrm waa unable to meet Its 'o iui i sir nan taken care of Owing to i r "i mej market and the sus- ipumion ernmg silk paper caused by w i a r eeri i ulnres tne firm wan an a p t 411 the usual 01 comraodatioi.a and isp, n u t j mer t 1 li 1 U li ics are about tl 100 WH) and the n m i i dsseia about H WO com pos 1 j{ 000 m merchan lise and too oi) loitn of account's an i hilla ne- v i h ovei (IDOLS Jne from i 1 M K.nt.rht 11 il m ide an assign tu Vis. n Cnrmvell Tha 11 r d v v.aitb> It had ni I ir yeirswith the move I 11 irt sr i ks I he r iilure r i 1 >ud rh it hid been ver n marker ail lit r it vas d i i i 1 f I to per.eut _ rl i m i KLE HOTKI. lj put. f- Btal eiers uining rut i >n L n II traina and h i anil accexti to a. cnmmoiluunna f. in- J M ir my lji all c i i M men the l irg are bink Ht-KRs Jt CO Cj r in 1 tf u- r irr t ire ag P elure I! tl e 1711 rl atlfet. i net vv ir in LUlert 0-a I l )r 11 rmiK s i he f jllowmj; jtata i nn rue [Irm s iirf urs 'i s ue a OUIJO (MX) and  n the ni irk-t uiv I si idu The in i s h v th i ta ir n u r i Oel heir act i i rs li i h g 3ii h. i si mines l te tel r Dt ei ilowell w r u vu i ue ll i i but i lid )U interests is well le i be K counts of he big [icrurinjr tirm in hu aijo fa line of the Dim v. is an- WETLEK'S "SEW 3TOBJE, 10, b_ Tbir-1 at. awicunerv, Slaalcal In I sea Dailv anilWeeVly Papcn I everythips peruuaiap u a Urst uo k ujre i cialty JOB )i rv (ics an i an 1 10 fc. cim 1 at. i a. V4> BCKKJi Ji [ire i lie Vcciilent anil Lreneial Deal in. in Seal E i-ift! au 1 L and f ir i utar pan! Ui rhc cue ii i iperlv i olle I ig Ac. 21J enter -is. -n I lloor j f 1 ONROE-S lOb Leccral Avenue lejulqiiarlars lor Wall Paper Pa nt Oi s 4 s. J. w, 209 Ceacer ucreet. i rer and luaier in Uaincaa, and lea, collars Truolia.VV hips, BulTilu ttobeo H -9e Coffers (jloveg Umapnqnit Tlcun b I) SCUOLTES. i 17 Bast T iird itreet, fsttliiunabie Tailor uentlemGu win du 1 c u> uieir ailvautage to call on ine beiore pun rtauinst alaewbere PB. CABV A CO.. UC1 Lion Hjintwiu-e, Lcad.Oilo Faiiitcr fa dupplitui. Oil clutim, crrai; u: Ware A special Si at Slierwu. vVUlmma Pa. land Jlonr >e nmnc such blank books, ledgers, in 1 dd it blaaLit ioati at __ ii mi ed silts uf stocks under the rule for icioiiiir were m ule in Ed general e icstitk whiih roiced the price down (1 i le( line )f >t t points trt in lose Urge amount oi G-eut ir hern Paeitic prefeired common 11' n reri d N >rth Manitoba, c tern L noil M jnsin Cential and M -si i n P e ie also soul un ler the ne !i his nun Duil Ku im mil u sr H K broker made n-1 imi nt ti trunk L. Remin 1 u i (hni u 1 is a preferred ci editor i (o fukd The firm u- u p IM t h irles Whitney Ed MII- i in im tiuikM Lurch ir ffl s t Hi tirm ire atJh Bru idnay Mr M ir tec iiuisel for the tirm id t i it the redi us w mid be -mid m full mless hi nu ml sal s n the et i h m_e so ri duct i the margins a.s to ren der tin m mey shorter "S istitement was n the u tiiiil nnimci il con- dit n t ne lim s atftirs R Dunkirk P lilting Compuaf 3 and 10 b. I aC. U 1 hirti and Buffalo Dealer r ttrmite. Marble Svoae Call >n me -eion bu IV co aad Saat Frouc street. Whisky Wines Brandies. rai Liquor for F .oiiiv U ROBLRT UcKAY, Liun street, near the depot. ISoinling, sale Feed ind Livery 51 ible ta ling jv Ule dav or week on reasonable icrma. J 301 Central Ave. Cl v> jeiicral Insurance an.l ttuil itaCau. at. fc i r Life Accident, am) Live Stoe-a Insurance. Promu mv-n M buying ,iivl piling Ueul PH LADELPHIA BROKERS FAIL Filrml aro to Suspend PHIIAIC fulureof N irr Fri. n i t prominent Fourth street 'inn >i biokers no.s ju nounce 1 yesterday alt rnoon The Hrm naa been do ng i 1 bii1- n, 1S been ot i-he i u k t re mera for maigma yesterday b rihe fuleil i res i )i i Ih arm then fo mil rhi )iild nol carry out its con tra rs HI inno mce 1 irs inability to rlo 30 Mr N in sa I regret the necessity for th su pension It is only temporary and WP hope r i n a few days Vnjtnei nem lei )f the firm stated that hi thon_h >_ o cover tneir dif- Ihe ni ni is to have trans- act 1 b siness 11 v iv i irrjw margins n i fli r i i i is Lit r led to this f icr s i r iei 1 ti c itherfailur 3 will t) liw the (tn p n rlic market tC 75 E rtiird at., eor cfct r iur Meul M irket t resli, sail anil Menu, Laril ?autiak.tH Oyater-j in VV JEWELRY ill. Buy Che Aurora aaiirou t iu i uairint a 3pec a t Frank l' atali' -J F T i i 1 at, Mt uKEK Mer nant la lor 316 feutntl iTon ie TO THE RESCUE The HEALTH IS WEALTH' z H >use -Vssociatlou Will l-aib Liraa-eti Kunks N FTV i v of trouble iminj bunking in t n >us were current ai 1 iv v. st rd ly but no one paul much ii roil on 11 the n thmkiru th it the} were tl e i-- la em in ition of t ear m n is Aft r tn ii close ho ever tie ricls developed w re ot the rro--t ilarnung character I it" i inks e members of the New i k C L Ho ise association we-t u i ible to set Ie el urns of other i r-s u I here w us a balance a- i sr t ie f ink of -America of JI 40 f M K h it. was unable to settle The otn r b re the North liiver and tne. f i tn es and Tri.'ers' How the he id n e vv is treited a-ramst the r N r i Viu 11 waa a Ic i -h th it the ii m of Decker li 11 iwn their account lt u 11 this could not be de- 11 i n I tn" d IT ie "MeehanKs and bank mi e u settlements c" n i rl L.I n i_ Trailer, Da. S o WEST'S NJSKVB a mi irantee i up. ill tor H na, Convuiaioi A Fics, Nervout "Neui J-lgia, Heatuiche Vervous r ri dt ration ewiseil bv the use oi alcunol tAbat it> vV tuilnesB, Mental Uepreasion of tht Brain resulting in insanity and leading u miaerv decay .teath. Premature Old Sarrei I .we power in either -ei Ia TOlontarv Lot es ana -permator-aicn bv over-eiertion of the brain, sell or over-indaigrnce Each box containsone moatht treaunenu a bos, ir i Ooxes lor M (Ki by mail prepaid on receipt ot pr c- Wie GUAELsTEE srx BOXES To core any With each order receive by us tor aix boxes, accompanied with I6.UC, w will wnd the uurcnaseroor wntKtn jjaurante Co nfmui the money ii the treatment ilw.a no OIGHTS OF LABOR. ASSEMBLY AT DENVER it ma in domanrf, and H' cent. and leeal interest was charged on loam. to IS9 per cent per annum. Thia fact and the troubles of the bunks caused ANNUAL MERTING OF THE GENERAL special mooting of the Clearing anaociation to be called, and after a long debate it was decided to appoint a com mittee of presidents with authority to iaaue clearing house loan certificates iu order to enabla banka to settle balances between themselves. TieMfl certificates will ba baaed on billfl collateral securities, cash aaaeta and the united credit of the banks Thia action in intended to distribute the gerrcs between tha institutiona one bank is Triable to settle its differences In cash u will deliver wcnntiea and aawti to the certincafce committee and li that committee accepts the securities it will an issue of certificates on them. Frua Dio- Protm.tlnn n rha Con- eiuatoB of of trml at Length 14111! Unmercifully f aTom aa Ull- anca With tha Farmers. DOVER Colo NOT general assembly of the Knijchta of Labor con vtined in anntiil session yesteiday Gen era! Master W orkrn in Powdei Iv presid- ing Over AK) delegitcs were present Mr Pow ierly re id h s annu il ad'l ess at v the eon. lusi m of which the ad- of the banks being forced to close j journeu nil to day fir the purpjse ot giv- their doors on aciount of the scarcity of mg the om 11 rte on ereden-i ils rime ro money and ar the time the united on of the banks is expected to restore complete confidence Vat Affected by the Whitney Failure. NETV OKLEANH, answer to I and the oth> r from t loi d i In his ad Mr Pow lerly reminded the dele- gates that on Dec JO the oigamzanon will have been m eiig'enre twentv one in inquiry the Whitney National bank ye ire i ean luring this nrne Mr las waned ohe following itatement withi Powderly laid the m )sr important of a referenieto the Whitney failure at New i es of mt-stions that has igitited the York Fhe president and directors of the people of all nations f thitof ta iff and Whitney National bank officially state -hat the suspension of C M Whitney Co of New only affects the Whitney trade W s have not, as an order adopted a tariff or an anti tariff clause in our prei mble nnd I io not such a now should however thro v open the doors or mr issumbhef for the Nutional bank to the extent of 1235 81 The Whitney bank arc not now nor have they ever been directly or indirectly in- discussion if this grc ir pr iblem do that tercited in tha flrm of C M Whitney Sc our members may be ome ed icate 1 in the Co or their transactions A small com- basic pnnc plea of protection ami free plimentary account has been kept with trade t VI Co the National Bank "While we do not allow the qaestiou In Commerce the New York eorres- J pendent if the Whitney National bunk side >f our aim. t lanes our members ire I t ur years in the t nice 1 tes iu. rue 51 irs oi t ener in BOARD OF SUPERVISORS t tile- V >v l i Tha Board of biipervisors met it I i m at U JO tO( k i ha f u i ir s re i t )r the purp an of octin_ iath.il t county Henrj was elected chairmin and Vlesarc 11 tins Hailaday and Love were appointe a c unmittee to examine'he mil r port to the board at 11 il) -t m d- nesday Mr >ixon presfntPdihe'iaiiB )fFrtnk bmith a vajrrant sentenced by a isi t of the peace in Westueld to six m. jtua impnaonment in the Erie i ountv p n tentiary whence comes word thai he is insane ind mua' be removed On m m m of Mr Jiixon the committee on pen ten tury waa dire f the town f Westneld The accounts of the school .omrat'-- for van jus md ti d it the first Cession were with irawn the Qics by Jar d El ewes ind airun pr sented to the boaid On motion ot Mr Williams action WHS postp( ned until p m Wednesday thcfleikt) cite the commissioners t) appear it that tl lie Sliirht Flurry In Philadelphia. PniLiDTLPHU Uov excite- ment in the York stork market was a certain decree m this city yesierdiy The transaction on the loeai etch footed up 5J Ur.; -r r r manyyeirs. The bond sales am inte 1 to i_.T 000 Lne local stocks in Reading Pennsylvania and Le high Vaiey were hell firmly although the ti m--arri )ns therein were very large On the floor if the exchange was, agitation rh it vir il [n st u me d i us th ir on ai 1 ifter fan 1 Ml it shill b permissi il t r 1 >c il ns- sembl es t iisi lisa the  r ler ro eicl r scho il inn ver U low >ur members to r ike in f )r h--c m litile m ire than the uaila. excitement but the rfiecs of the virious brokers were cr( w led all Hay with client most of them Io for b i to the Treasury Department. I W s-iitNfiDv IT U panic yes- tcrd i m i i r caus. d some appie- hens >u i h tr asuiy deparrmeut md the s tin on i is i uselv wa hci A. few appi i's ruidc to Wmdom to u he rt het of che marker, but rhese iipialswer rot ormidable and the 1 cl vitliout tha treasurv iepart- meutiaLiii4 inv u n ja in rhc in itter t pon tne lest. >n >r ai un iminji 1 fi on mine. K rh nijht 5ltifrhea.su ml 1 d t> ni untam them ir sh il iN. l i it m s s such com m r tecs hil i IV.K ite ae )p_ p )sel m ikin_ a iv h i n rbe foil r i tun eiir in n LM v n one Ie ni r n an I in i jl uu ibsc in pts STATE FlbH COMMISSION of New Yin k state N C i PK N n 2 monthly m nn., )i the hsh commissioners of the si i ot N w a vfia held in the Fulton bank bin yesterday morning Engene BUckf ji d presided and Commisaionera W H Bon mm )f Rochester Henry Bonienotlroy ind L D Huntingdon of New R. i helle were present W H Thompson of the St Lawrance assix intion and J J hraff of the Ltica tasodariiu ippeared before the commis- sion and askei that P F Drew the flsh an.l game pntector of the state who bad been dischaiged last year and J W Warren Pond put in his place be rein In rhe arl Paw 'eilv n n i I t n e rh ir it u bv rhe v )riv uu 1 i he j u blv ll tl i meni r i of! i ii-. u b 111 rh hi d tioiLs th i hi.l ni i i mi l )f nfl i turn, d ir i nun i i i i t i i ie t rtn ti p L- >f rh u )f u i i m l v hen r ie i d t i k d r t be the s in e Pn 1 in ci i s w n i ue 1 ro to ippi u n the oficiils )t t New link, renrnl mil in tertpd. r rlie n th i thev m gh retenele ter r-eatmeni n the ni itrer of wage-: and regul itmiis bur nothing come if it 'Ihepu ilic press from Buff ilo to New York TV is with but few honoi ible excep tions un lei the mfl lence of rhe an 1 r bilr editor deci led to travel east )r w sr he appliei t) rhe president >t the company and WOH gtarred a pass roi him el and fr i nds Wlien ever the interest- ir hi- comp mv require 1 l papeis ul.l In u, resnin I and It was resolved that the secretary pre- I publish wb itcver n is lesenrw] to nem affect  r (-ren bheima i s of Cold --prmg H irbor and Mr Blackford of the lir n lack and Fulton chain dia- ti l. r b itcberies The next meeting of the commission will be on the second Tuesday m Decem- ber In Hnndnraa Naw YIRK General B uz of Guatemala has received a cable- gram onnrming the news of an uprising m H miiur IH The cablegram further stares tba.t President Bogran had retired to within league? ot legucigalpa and w is n cemnj the of the rest ot the reniibl e Order and complete peace prevailed u the other Central American stues ill assuming a neutral position in the in itter which is looked upon as im- portant and purely local Demlly Klectrlc BOSTON >ov 12 evening, >ieil McKtnna an employe of the Somer- ville L c( T c Liiiht company was in stantly killed by a shock received while he was connecting wires at the corner ot Beacou a id Washmgt >n streets -jomer viile De resided at 131 Washing- ton jtreet ind leaves a family WITH THE RUNNERS At Glnncaster Gi oc -EHTI- H. N J NOT 13. Yesterday s rn i exulted as followi First rice Tovrnsead 1, (rlaLer 5 time 1 Secnnd race 1, Truth 2 GUnle 1 t ui 1 1714 rhird nice, 1, Blester 2, Cripsy ti i; i time L JBCn F m th r ice >s L. Tom Kearns Hj der 3 time I Fl'thrice HMs Juggler 1 -lumber Gounod i time 1 falx h race MeFarland L, elsim John Jay h 3 time J sennits of the people Tiveh 11; on pcsfles >r rheiomnanv with subsidised in rhe s tmu mincer ir, came tirth 1 uk-uen ro gatRe pnb- 1 c n ir )i pi i e th .riie-mces before the offici lib of the com my withoat subieer mff themselves t rK Central rail run' iperitmu the rasing of a fund to fee 1 men and women in 1 e! ind w lio have been -ofa ed through exadiv the s ime diabolical sys em as that wh eh is now to rob the workmen or Amenca. In conclusion Mr PowderlT stromrlv or ired th p of a law apt nrnu ro both sctes equal rur its He f iv )red the atLi ut nice o the mvi an >n mm rhe Firmeis alll in. p n   F- nt i hen )ut >f ihe city w stwai 1 1 li s route they did not insist o >ui y wuhed to retch I enli il 17 i n in m way 30 as to have in >Hn e it i t i li coiner of Third M u u >a fie 1 Io the oum i) iw iv w tb L i in cieise m the number ef p. i p it forty f) t cc 111 polis il m.; Fh i 1 t it auu to the c ei i 1 it v to these Dies su ih it the tJ 11 v elei nc luht p. 1 s in b l k i vn Huh r poles w H o p it vli r i i rv it if the i rn i it L nl The P n il L in 1115 w i i i v tclej-aph s rvuc t) Din n vln h s with N. w iu to lev Imd rheie to i >nn. et vi b the 1 ue t.) me at w )rk at dilTercnf plucks all hi me and the work is faat an end Eight 01 ten weeks t _oo i weather will finish it One ganirstarted fr )tn Roc hester ind has now reached bh It will reach Dunkirk the last of this w.ck or the fiist )f nett There ire ii) >r U men ID it Another .janj m it Erie It will have ihoiit men Another saas IP yit t) be al irlc i i Ashtabula ind one >f JO >r 40 h la en following the mam road luite cl )i Between Rochester and Loi kport canal bank was used The wire is between Rochester Four wires will be stiiin.: at once Onecroapirm will be put n now and urooyes will be mide foi tW( more The company intend t -ive good service and are using opier wires Only two will b( strung to st-enirthen the line The Postal telegraph lines connect with the Mackay and Bennett cable COMMON COUNCIL Prm ar Tuett.113 vt niriqr Tht f unm )n (_ uncil met in uljoiirn ed i i-aion >n Tin sday nitfht VI u rl k-t iver in tin ihur pnscnt C umilm n mm (j llori n. nn VI iv The reiuliii_r fthe minutes was post p juc 1 Mi (jiiForcl fn m thi> Finam e Loin- n ic n polled flu following bills as orre. t in I uppr >ved and )n motion of (tiffi til wtrntnts wcri oidered irawn in pavment I amc" Fitter ill w >rk ontentrilave nuecuiveit f (41 04 Th F labor to jO I uiies Lech in 1 im b oo Platte s ll try as receive r jc D B ik i ailaiyas Engi- neer elt   L Perry A. L imp my is lil) U) News idveitis MI I l pu ne u n_e rent it t I h mi 2 il) Dunknk F ni Lo ri p ins t i nn t i It Ft in. is Liki s is t DO W H Wvrnin A-scssor 4 tl T Cii.lt libcs-o! H in i icpai- ot t )la U f M i 1 iniber 74 19 sill! Lt KOI L P ixt )n I 1 VV h t. I hn 'Ntr sit I M mini i M Mu I u I -h h I B K nn r I I. id 11 VI D n I l l u r i VU ll M u 1 i i b Hi n u i 400 il) ill) >0 JI 1 I] 1 i JO II) -1 10 I I1 i I DO K1U U n 111 ill tin i ni 11 ll t ll i t i t i i fun I u 1 li 'a i j i n f Ui r vi n u H i i it 1 Ih wn i a i >tiU nu u V. (I 1 v i k t I pi 1 I 1 U i hue ot rhe Celebrated P. Centeruen Kul Gluvn in .ill the latest tor Street Opera rhinos m i Ho-'try Shut> (rioxt Finest line ot Yanii .ind Yepbvis Crochet Threads, Stationerj and XoCion-. L ather ind Bin Lades' I'ndi i wear, Corset Cover" md Aprons. Xevr Applique Flower- Table Scarfs and Something especially new We will oftVi thi- werk it i bpwi il Dnvc ladies' extia ilit-y Bl.u'k Woolen and Cotton Hone at "25o, m sues horn S to 10 ERIE MORE Ask to otu L.ulies trom 4bc to 25 a Suit. md Childrt-n's Combination Suits Dry Goods and Carpets. n L 11 n i i i ti n n w ilk in 1 i m V i i n i i ti ll U 1 Ve I H nr n i l-i Always Ahead, A Series of Tests to deter- mine the Keeping qualities of leading baking powderb, made at the requebt ot the -A cv! England Grower, bv Dr in, Massa- chusettb State Analyst, and pub- lished June 1890, shows Cleveland's Meldirum iMKHK VN 396-402 Mam Street, UIFF1LO. S TO THE FAMIFOXS. Superior i V I he I IM nr 13 ly the i 11111 n i m ns weie il 1 1 i n t neii l tile (otnnm- let n i in i Ft im i IUTL Inns Chules -11 hiilii (5 ill A P [i-is NK )nii t I i l-veeii s v in and Dove stieeta i 'situ pi rniHHH u t bu 1 1 n sewer m i nil I i i l into U >v si wci t i ii mi Lh u pi C )miuirtec 1 r >m L is Mrs Njphm LhUis Cbari nlh Htieci iliiu-T pi luiibui n I ll l n nt -tiiet w r w i Ljmuittci 1' i m L I llexiniiei A r H v ir i L I [i.mu r Ld limiuios Hki 'fiii liliiiin it 11 irtlie ft or mi )f Mu i u nici r unil Ci ntial u im si w i uiinittetf t ui h P -til liltirnph and f able Roie Honai 1 t m Fifih rate j i i, Puente Maggie B time I -mith Godtrey M itrh Pnntpnni-d. 1 )i K %ov 12 Vt a He hour venter iij a ternoa i the In MIS jf the Punt in club 'ecid 1 to postp )ne r e n v mg cintest lerwieii id ni h me (.010 rauo ch inij ion in 1 Gt-o >d r y the col ored pugilist t i seveial cLus on account the cii pcntera k on tl lua house being mcomulete. At N I 3 races resnhed us f. I i wa First fj fui W Cook 1, Bua- teed B i laurn J time, 1 IS second race ti 1 HounJ, Eqm v J timi I IM Thi-d rare L Meriden i H5 Turku Ceniw Contioversy Fuortliru C 1 Mamie B i, NEW YoKK, Xov Kenny Watterson I ume 118 again went to Washington last evening Fifth race Delimit 814 He earned with him the resolution nailed Vlme ns )t tK inks Remarks were also mide bj f >hn Woodward of Jamehtowu an i W irn a. B Hooker of Fiedouia The r s. lu tiona were then ad ipted by i nuns vote The paint nsi bv Mr (treives >t Wirren la a speaking pirtriit of the honored judge and is hindsonulv frimed It will octupy a (onspuiiona place in the court room behind th. desk il nt i M i ut s j h. mpinv. ihrjiij Mi >ni in ri presi htiiig 1 iny v MI yi 111. mu w is n) r Tlieiiiuei >u in i )u of Mr w is t, i l i nlt (e niacil u C inmut L Whol ml he M iy )r wnhpiwrt utth.y to inn t in I'n Iiy it J p in nt lie )f Li m and Third J. counts weie pnscnted and t) the Fm incc- C )tn nittee On m m )n jf Vlr (jiff )rd wsvrrint for waa ordered ilriwn m favor Clnuat R iad Itachme Lompany in payment f >r a. i iper The Sticet L imnnssioner WHS ordered We have the lai a-j'-ort- ment ot Patent Leather m plain andlight-coloit-d topw, the com hand and machine WH given the carry a complete line ot NET- TLETOiYb Fine hhoeb. ft you want a and shoe, tiv a pair oi this make. You will like them Our GENTb' Cj.lt bhoe m Button and t build cr WHin-j acn SB woid afreet north side Lion at (j on motion of f will b. iPer K unt if n i h h at ir punted r >m rr w P irtj of tlie Union me. I Jt bB.enth race mile-Addle T I, Silent S, llatmee gelding 3, The recPi. tion and lancing pur r en last evf ninfr by the it the U men a L men at Ineuistriil Hill w is in everv way a aurrcss The hall waa n up to d IIH ins music being furnished bv Mis Spcrri" orcheatru while tliepmlirs d for card p1 lymj A dcliLioun oiippcr inder the 11 irjp of Mra ww serve 1 in ihj J n inir rootna L ind A V P wi f ill yesterdiy morning n the D A V i r yardm TitusviPcby theside jf Ib trick with his leg cr isheii He was It lino s Mi htiimni Thi street CommisHiouer was directed t repmi r >SBW oo east side of Lion at Ihirl south f tiark1! and it north aide of Front nt L bra on motion of Mi btumin On moti )n of Mr aiirnm pinis )f j i were or lered put in HOB. I Gimp my l-i hill aad repurs wie north j si 1. whi ic 111' H l" l le lie On m Hion )f Mi Mivo the Direct )aei wasnstrl.ted to repair it corn i Lyiv and Third F ic I it- LI. rk p i -I'utcd i urn from W B i ki r t >r limu'is lefiivcdby the h if it-'iipli n U tstnith of Fre d >nu it flic i rooked Criik )n April Jl K tuned to the Tin inf e otm tt r K p i r t s nth enti int c (I C t Ei i 1 was n i rred to C uninitlee on P ili'ic Buih i llr (r II r I 11 >v i l new w o 1 st ivi I i' b uht t r ouu i uiinbit Car- ried Adj juim d Baking Powder highest in keeping qualities, highest in leavening power. wh as a genius i-onlJ iff jrd tn in biodd, medium or nairow toe, is the shoe foi the money that haa evt-r lx ea ut- tered to any trade. Come and examine them foi yourselt and be conv im ed. 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SH 5 unpieS are s.nt f 411. nea insw r. d m- stintv t i the r i y u w 1 SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN1 CH irto- in of. dvi uirs pi .par I 11 irim trees in til. b. sr m It. (.1 ri.nm.vl Dimmed d im ti ink Ma ir W vhcll or lers b( I' ft it I IIDHOII s fmki OTODDA.H1 t CO P itflnt Vttornevs w, 'th W I) I up L Pitpit a. e PitentH Cavt iiid IMHIIC'S (j. urc.l. Tride II L V 1 L in nt Iinni iocs on lu. .1 f ir m Fei s In'irmitl n, A. Ivi. i in 1 i il rel. r. m es nt HI r( OI P i uirilus U) inno ir I i lie pulil i in f noil ind p u. IIH n n n tl ir ih it h. his IUK tin. I 111 mil im- f i ni.ilv t R n M II. I t--t Tim 1 sin t hw Miuil it up m Hist i'i m.I in pi ptu 1 uss 'mi Cllankniu fu past, piitinn nn I d. Il it i -time Hie [inure U i II uh (J V ELEBEI tin 1 -u ippini: wuh un i it jui resi< ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY hOODS AND t'ARPETS, Bt FFAI it. Y. CHAMBERS 
                            

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