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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, V., THURSDAY, DECEMBER II, 1890. B ItESENTATlVE LoINSSS HOUSES O DUNKIRK. -H.-ULNO XACBE4K for rulinif b >il IH Lite. luUlbtautlltiun <-.al Depurtmunt   prie'ii b. .itraut. niiiir Iluf- taio iirei-i. .V. Y. MMIUUUIK-II. M.I- we, I'amp! etc., Ij'mnil in :dj itv'ttH. or-lcr-. --ended AH work WIRINGS. NO HOPE FOR RIVERS AMD HARBORS BILL THIS SESSION, Tlmre in Skit.J Hanil to C.irrv Next- Four AIH'JI Suits! TO Knnpgh 3roney In mi Until V.'indom I.tmltn I pi An NO. 104. TROTTING HORSE BREEDERS. A MODEM JULIUS CiSAR. Aimna.1 al Ajisoclu- i CKCK ifS i "jiuuMic init rcLui -tiKilcr m I.T .in-! nna. Ac. i TtlAU lUu-j, j] 3SS V'irtor tl :ST Lion rw L) DC iTY 11 tier 1... it CMil .UIKU SHOP Chun. N.urir. -iliore Banli, corne la. A Una stock o i KVKNINfi OU.SKHVKK. -11 UH- fj.muly. atlverUbiiiif mivlmm. r'orrm-r' ircr.1 t'OJVOMJIY. PullevH, -StiLKT CO., 20H, tin-ct, iii< I "Dunkirk" jiwrfort in alt U-adini; in r" ir-fHiiht hoiirfes in Ijun- .1 Iiitrfifluoad. ijec. n. iaei-iiwil! be no se-si- n. T'I vis by the tiou.se u i..-. r-i uijd .lartjora, Ther" i 'lii-position on die part ot -i tje prepared, tut it wan shown by tile atin'lal report of chief of ellgl- p.eers 'here money remaining :i-.r river -mil hurl.or improvemtnlts to eon- i '.lie work rill yession .ipur-Hirialiim. The chances of a oi.I ,n i he -ennui were aiso considered and here WJLS 11 -.-iierai that a bill never J.-LSM that body on account of The 4 per cent, bonds accepted ye.st.er- j day by tilt; secretary of the treasury com nlete.l tbt- airtoont wbich lit; oilere-l to mirch-iKe. and bond rHdeinpiiou-  D. i HO.. -'i Outr-il Ve., Hll.ll'Ijili Our apt" Cuifu, ary. A U. Kmu shirts. U-J LtirtaiiKS. c'i-et; -u7 Center rinpl 3l.. -.or. H ii. WEILKK'-j Tlur-i st. BuoKd. atiiUunurv, Mtibicai .mcl Weekly I'ajuirs, to .1 lirsl i-iiiiis uimk jtoro OB n 1. .tail t.t-iic A SON, ral l LUHU-. avitmiiim "if I'S :or Pa.nt Dlla. Jkr.. MunHfacir.rer .tint in Hurm.sa, .Sii Undies, nulars. Builaio l Horse Covt-rs Muvna atut Sioigh .LB Lion street. ib, (rinutti; Ware. A i P. 17 Thinl street. Faaiuonabie Tailnr. wentlL-meu will 'M on :De uefure pu eisewhere. PB. St vitnt-Kil 3uppiiua, oil cl 3uppiiua, ty of dhe R surii ..-i 'oiuuka -umc at k-.rK i and lu ti. afiunui -it. ami KUIiO H -MO L.I> EN U-V D EH, I'liirti ana HuiTaia Dealer in viranice, t' ttfj -if i above 1. P.'Siuin--" TriHpector Rathbone yesterday niom.ng received a fr .10 Pnstoilite Inspector Sliarpe at Char- Tenii., saying tliat W. D. Olrr- -'ea.l, postmaster ,tt, Decartlr, Aim. bad i tioscnnded with of government, money. The inspector who investigat-! rile .-ase believes tiie abscouder ih in J Xew OrientlH. I l'he cbittf inspector hart offered ,i reward ol [or IIJM itpnire and delivery to tile j Lulled mar-.iiai anil direciod re-; oi tiie moiicy irom the boil'ismen P-itr V. ol G.i., lias de- ellllelt '.ie as .1 UiemblT of "he A" n-'ii l-Mliau ten- der.-d nim iiy Harrison. A vib-.-ominirtee or tin.- btuise tee on merchant marine iintt fi.sber'e.s, -.vhicti has been enua-t'-tl for several days in draft .UK n niiinue subsidy hill lias' in w.-rk .imi the ill will pro-1 to I'll- i-.l.i for approval r In.-, u-eek. Mr. i-'ir'iuh.ir of Xe-v Tork. iinse.I a .i.iy iic.it week by the commit- on rules 'or lie eonsidi'raJiou of the1 oiii. i'he '.ill :riLi.id after conauita- ;iou w.th I in- sv-.T'iary of the navy and rhe postmaster I A .niong r lie bil.s i'ltro .ticed in tbe sen- ate the follow.u_r: Bv .Mr. fai'll rare the collection of commereiai stat'i-tics. [The bill re-; owners, .-iL-cn.s, masters, and clerks oi vessels arr'v-.ni; at or departing localities the works of river ind harbor improvement, are carried on, ihjtil f.lr'il.H.'i on of rbe per- ons in iocai of tiie works a com- pr'iieusive i-me ;i ..fvesHel. pari.spriLrors. ti-eiLrht and Punishment 1'or i-e- >s to lie X.IKI line. two months' liv .'i.r. Directing the secre- t.-.i-" of tile 'r-astiry all -.Hver tiuiiiou ,if retl ;tt ,i price not I'cr u-. if pure silver, and to .-sue ti-p-tsiirv in iiayment for ir. t i-.y laws as io iirtivule thin :iny person com- dunnii tin- '.vhetber lie re- ceived his cominissiou or nor, shall be 1 consider'd ;us commissioned from tbetiace. of the commission, or frrni the time when ue to pertfrm the duties of tbat yradi'. Bv remit pemdnes on tiie cruiser Vesuvius. By -Mr. defmu tha line of the army and im.'reiiM1 its efficiency. [Tho tj.ll provides rhar. tiie line of the army of tweniy-iive in-i I'aiitry. ten requiems cavalry, one nu-ut i'he ii'imber of enlisted Tiie Irilti .itiL; the bills iu- troduccd in tbu bouse: litic of tiie Nuti tlon Stiikeji to Offei-piU. j YOBS. Dec. The annual meet- ing of tha Xatioual Assocmtion of Trot- ting Horse Breeders wan held at tile Avenue hotel. The first business transacted was to make certain changes in the constitution. Section 1, article II, relating to trotting meetings amended so as U) read as follows: "At least one general meeiintr i shall be helci under the auspices of tliie i ussodatiott eueh year at such date ami place, and for such stakes and classes jia shall be announced by the execntivs com- mittee. Entries to he confined to animals owned or hired by members of this asso- ciation, or the tjer, of stallions owned or stood by members.'' .Section 111 or the same article, relating U) the of entry money as stakes was stricken out. The question of dealing with dri-ers was discm-seil ant! riiuuly to the exfiuutivi) c'liinniiitw. [t. airfc'il that the jissocianon ditl nor, re- ei-ivij th" support, necessary io keep it alive and ,1 comniittfn was appointed to confer wuli the and ar. t.o tiie bn'e'iers of the eonmrv asking their co-opei-auon. It w-t.s alsc iIi-ciiliMi to refer the si.imians! stakes tu tile executive so that rney he perfected; also to ofiVr a staku of SiTi.KlO for foals of ISiil, to be trotted for m IS'.H. Konr olhiT went antliorixeil threw of beiuu for each and open respectively to .Wear-olds that have. nut heiiten that have not beaten as anil to that have not beaten a.s 'i-yenr-olds. The other .slake n-.-i.s one of for J-year-olds that have noi beaten as In the m'i'iii.iii oificer.-i wet-" .ducted .is follows: President, II W. T. M.ill, New; York: rirst vn-e Leland .Stan- font. seeou.l vice president, I V. liaker. .Ir., Xew York: vice presi. ilent, A. J. f'a'oii, Ihi'iois: L. D and treasurer. William Hedmumt, New i PARNELL LIKENED TO THE GREAT ROMAN DICTATOR. Boll Seizure ot CalteU Irslund fro- dueejl 11 The Pall Mull Gazette's Cnrt Crlticjisra ot tile UupoiiiMl Luutier O'BrliMl Sttlcl to a WouU Oppunont of Sir Pope I-DXTJUN', Dee. Mr. m.u'.o his entry into D'ibiin hke -liecnnu of a disaffected province, iii.s f. seizure of Ireland was is bo il a -iroke as his te.-irinj 'in 'he for !n- 'iepo- sition it. Saturday's -neei umr. and it i [-lun-s- sion. .Mr -i! .s COIMG AWAY WITH DANGER. i The Board of Raiir.iati Con i.HMoncrs on in a decision the i .lo.anliiint of'heC'o-n- THE RECORD BROKEN. ircar.-st V.ilunin (if MattBr Out of New York In Our Day. NKW Uec. were ,i-s- parche fr un the .Vew York poslollice to fttreiKTi tle.st.uunon letters and pnck.im-s, of which nt.TOi were sent to i.rear. Britain aud Ireland by rbe st.-.-imslups Teinoni" -mil City of Xeu- York, the Teur.'Uit: ryinur. to lierm.tn-anil fuiiitrii's beyond, per -leanishiii   New V.irk Car Sttrvlim. The Western .Vew York Car Seivice Association held its annual meeting at Buffalo yesterday. The Erie wns re- presented by Superintendent C. A. 3runn of the Buffalo Division; the Williams; the Luke Lake by Superinten- dent P. S Blodaett of I his division; the D. A. V. A P by Superintendence. H. KtHchiiin; the Lake by Manager W. E. Org-s, and the W. N. Y. P by Superintendent Dubney. AH the roads were represented. Manager Van Etttin reported that has been in operation ten months, aud thai it was working .smisfaciorily to public and roadn. There will be 12U I stations on the list ou mrv 1. Since June 1. curs have been handled. 1''''- average detention per nvBrnire ilntcntion before he manager's report for Ilailrniui. D. A. V. i-.tl-s lianillttd. P. A veras" ili'lentlon 2. 3S 2 ,10 er by the >f Y. C. St. L., and" our half by tht? Lake rfhore. the highway j Lake Shore crossimr lie carried track of Nickel Phue the W. >f. Y. P. and N. Y. C. .St. Erie L. ami tne L. S' M. S at a point near; W .Nr. V ..t P provided t.'iat the .r, highway I'oiuiniasi.inffr of the town of i territory of me assocmnon was Dunkirk .shall alter the Van Bureu road clearly detiuud. [t t xti-nds west on the north of the tracks of ihe rail- j as far us General Superiiuen- yj y Y pyj i ao i.aa side of (be said trucks. The object of j ibis recomtnendation beintr to do awav with the at Vau Bureu road, and of the Frndnniii at Pesaler's. The boani tleeius that the expense of cliamiinc the highway {should he borne bv the towns, and the construction of. the under crossiniis should be borne bv i on the executive committee. Mr. Van Ettun wau reeleotcd Iu the matter of which Democratic the railroad companies in the anrae pro- I U'M'er in Jamestown, the Sun or portion as recomineuiieit in rafersnc.e io 'he ur.st improvement, auch expense be- iiiif ;n prnportion t.) tne nuuiber of tracks of each road. Ex-iSenator Morris of Fredonia was lipped over at one of these crossings and nearly killed, some time airo. A cbanye was mucb to be desired. Tiie Tlonroe's, ahould have the printing of the aesaion lawa. Judge Daniela haa decided in fa- vor of the Times. Three of the aix Dems ouratic members of tile Board of Super- visors signed for the Sun, anil flled their paper with the clerk of the board; afterwards the other three, alao one of those who siinied for the Sun, signed in i favor of the Times. I The Sun claimed thut there; was no The phonoL'raph which is Io he on ex- "nil that it miiBt be determined hibition at Monroe's driiir store dtirini; the mouth ib interestmu people greatly, tiy Repubiieanif. It being entirely cleric of Uic board ami Ihere are many visitors U) Kie store to see it and iicar it. It is in trie every afternoon anil Phic-d at the back of the store, it can lie heard eiudly at the front. It serves a double use. for it is not only as an example of the achievements of science, but it euleri.iins cn-tomnrs in the store wilh music wh'le they do ikeh- ahop- It b IB (luiia a lame repertory of i entitled to Ihc appointment. mi-mis i ph. .in-i .un means di-a-r. r ,inii lii-nii.uu--i[ i-iin. v-f-n ;o make me .ce ii.c t more rium even yiitr asi -ei-- "it-e-, will tri.H-iir ,v-iu to every lnver ..I Ire. land. Our Inyiiiry .i...t in ;he p.i.--t will ,ttte.-t -liu sine-riiy .il our moi-.ve-. niiiKe tin-ii.'p'-al i'lat Ire'uind inayiiol heiie- pnvui ..i yiurhunr- n i-tuinuss .-liul -liat her .ulse in-.iy mil. pensli in nur duv ,-eiiijr.-v- tum. .iosnrn P. Rv is. l huLrmun. FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 7 and 'J ICuat Front straoL iutiky, Wines, Braniliea. Liquur Store for Faaiily L'aa. ,103 Central Avc. (Up General ami ttoal Eatate By Jtr. Taylor of "inir the ,ici of -lulv last relative to the pur- ___, chase of silver so as to 'lirect tho.seCTotary j of the treasury to purchase all the silver bullion that may be offered at the murker. price, not exceeding 31 for 371.25 grains of pur" silver and to issue treasurj' notes tr.er.-for. Mso. to modify certain pro- visions ot rue lurid ace relating to tin, jLgenc. Fire, Accident, ami Live Stoet i '.m plate, turtle pliites. tairjre-rs' tin and Insurance. vut selling Uwtl to buying ri OTTNK BISHOP. y -in't iicat Market. a, Oysters and W1 i.KT, iiC. Buy tne -Varora Hiiilrottd Wateb. frr-nii' st. TM. MDCKElt. l.a.ti tiior. ciimpimnds and manufactures of tin. '.The lull provides that there shall be levied ,md colipcted iiuon the following named articles rbe in-4 fiutie.--: All i ir-.n sheeto or yieel sheets, or plates, or I'eii'.rnt Avenue, ii.'ti coatetl tin or lead or -vnii a mixture coating containing I eiri.er or ln.th of tliese mentis, com- kllmvn ns romB olat.-s anil 1 cent per pt.iKitl. Provided, tbat manufactures Having tin. plates, ttir.ie piiites. jit-rs'tin. or .my one of these, as compo- nent or chief value, anil all articles, ves- sel.-, or wares manufactured, stamped or i .-awn from sheet iron or sheet steel, or co.itt-d with tin or lend, or a mixture or! both, containing both or either of these shall pay a dur.y of -15 per cent, ad v.iior in. Section 3 provides chat ,i draw- .ick .shall he allowed on ihe ;rnporteti tin plate u.-td in r.ho mimafactnrn of caiiH. boxes, 'tjual ta tiie ttiity paid on such iiii h-s. 1 pjr ceuc. oi -such duty. ..u :j pxetnpr.s ii-om rhe payment of d.ity Uiu foliowinH articled im- ported: Tn-irou. or black oxide at :in. unii in bars, in blocks, iu pigs IT in in-iin or in srnnuluted tin.j By Mr. BLani-liiird of r.iuihtiiie tbe collection of commerfial statist ie.s. Ropre-sentative Peters of Kansns. a Re- publican member at the appropriations committee, saya that with a view to re- lieving the stringency ot tho money mar- ket he proposes to introduce a bill provid- ing for the issuance by the treasury ol notes on all bonds deposited for that pur- pose to an amount equal to the full face value of riie bonds Hud in addition a sum equal to about 3J  iHiiiappv cirfjum- r.m.-ei by -vhieli tin- Jews -.vere slir- .lilldi'd ill 'loinillioas. !'he moru.n of i in: duke was seconded I.iid .uui was then adopied by .V '.vis appointed, -.-in.--.int.- it w.Ii he r--) inform tile czar ol 'lie had. was. ou the motion of Dr. Williams, directed to lay all the facts and papers before Judge Daniels of tile Supreme Court, and that his decision should settle the mutter. Aa aimed above, he hnltiB that the Times having received fonr votes out of the six. even though one hud sigued the Sun paper, WHH the legal choice of the Democrats, and was selections, and the list is increasing, i Each cylinder takes about 4-j minutes to revulye. There arc already about two dozen cylinders in use. each with iis inessaije, and others art.' in prepm-itum. so there wiil be a continual "chance of programme." The list includes piano1 solos, vocal solos, iniinic by MenUl's B'mti, etc. now look Hie preltiesl of any season of the year. At Mom- ie s tin; store is holiday ar-' rauixed for ibe Christmas trade.. The vanely is iinuaually irreat. Each vear shows an increase in vanuiv ,ind esieni. CliailtauquD (futility. A school tax of .1.149 has been levied in P-iuiimii. The rate per cent id mills. The tnercury registered aliove zero Sunday night at Sherman and re- mained about the fame till morning. Ford Gale of Stedman have sold over 4.nil) pounds of honey this season. Mi's. Gale has had almost t mire charge of the bees. Mrs. Rebecca Fenton Jones died De- cember aijeil years. She has lived in iiui'siown for W years, ami laavi i ids. Worlil'-i F-iir Appointed. AIHI. D t. i. .enr i'almer of the World's Col n.uioiiiii sion haa made .iit-nt ol" eom- misniouerj; '.e .ic rcnr.-sent-vew of thiiL body on the ooani or rert-rences nil.I control. "iu are the name-: T. W Palmer, president: J. A. Mt-iven- zie, chairman; (i. V. Massey. Dela- ware: William Liiid.siv. KenrucKv: M. Del'ouiiK,   5I.iiiet.iry roniiillrntliillH. I P.ec il. m tiie oil ,-n-.er 01 depu.i.--.. i-.'iid ,i (lec.ar.itioii of Metallic ieaur-.ie. -.vhieh of Fiance are iu accord, the -4'iveniineiit to arranvje for the of an nternational conference to -ertie tile existir.iz monetary ctnnpiica- anil advance the welfare of man- kind. M. ROHVUT. minister of linance, stated "hat iie -voultl ttpen a correspond- ence -.vith the m ner powers as to the ad- of calling -i conference to take i he matter into cousidemtion in 1S91. Gladstone's "InsuU-iit Dlctatlnn." Dec. town clerk of ,ni fir the ili.iiiH-lpailty to .'Xpre-smg a.nu.nu ion :or iiis r-i rue mso- 'eiii -lictariou of liaosioii-. and Ills re1 ius d to accepr in -c ,-m" of home ruie cli does ..or yn'.'i" a seiriemelir of ibe. .and ve the people lull com rid of tiie p.n.re po-rer. a-; thu new lines many relatives. She wis an aunt of thn "f late Goy. Fcuton [n answer to a question Mr. Mouv e ,_, said mat one of the particular lines i thH l of ibcrman i has secured the services of the Rev. Thomas Burden of Albion, as its pastor lurinijthe winter. Mr. and Mrs. Borden '_ j will arrive this week and he will begin ppearauce. his hlllora ncxl Books make a larger par' iu a general; Guy Tracy of Falconer went tojames- holiday stock than heretofore. !'he town Tuesday night to aee the sights, making of holiday books is one of the About midnight, while in a house of ill. principal features ia a pahliahirn: liusi- j repute kept by Anna Davis, he was aesa now. anil tbe English cias-sics hnve stab'-nd in the right eye with a large never come out. in varied and baud knife ami turned out of doors. He was aome garb as uow The great progress j tiued for intoxication. The surgeon yum- was the oxydized silver mi Toilet acts, etc., now come ill silver! cases, aa well as in plubh and leatiier. The silver is figured, and h-is a pretty i W'" Hrnve U appearance. I hls hlllora nc m nn-printinij in America ia shown ev erywherc. Amontc the books at M.on rot'ij a particularly characteristic one was the Riverside Press holiday "Hia- watha." It is bound iu buckskin, aud Remington, who.se frontier pictures are i in charge hopes to save the aigbt of the (vliirtmut Flulidny Fhlluilulpliiu, York. Aa excursion to tiie national capital known to the readers of the Harper per> I during the public school holiday iotlicals. has Indian pictures on every page. TAKE NOTICE. TU.T. VAN u ,-H'1 PVT.KN h K.m'f.uui .Ut airi' ;ii-i ui jluwcr Irnit uui n-natnt-ni.il 1 it t-s. -lir ieil ytr ct-iit. t.u- ii buy liium Ut-i All kind o s. Ar -'-iasfi -toi-k ELYS CATARRH Cream Bairn -FEVER A particle Is applied into eacb nostrii and in fnce cents; it Drugpists; Uv mais KLT Warren Y tlo su many parei.-ts think cbil- ren troublesome? Because they en-. And why du children crv? ihey suffer. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup will relieve ad paiu that babyhood ia sub- ject Ab'dd a-sertiou. but yet this ia true. Old Saul's Catarrh Cure has been found the cheapest and best rcmcdv in the hind Only 15 cents. Turrey llatiltrtiprcj- Hill Indorsed, XE'.v Dec. The National Board oi i nide. ou moiioii of F. E. Cerb.-tcli of St. I-oui-, r 'cnn-iderod the vote ,-ej r -olntinn indorsing rhe I ley bill and urinns its passage by c ''be ihen to Hi. 'I lie proposition the Board Trade relaiive ro the in 'innd taken up and ro It.iiv'H Trade Wiih A'lvssinbi Cut P.vr.rs. Dec. I'.. to The Siecic, Kiili: M.-n.eifJt ..f Abyssinia having discovered that he iiad been duped by tiie [tai.itns ill .'rir.iiu of riie recent featy [taiy apd A bv.s.sinio, baa sltypeiiiied the ir.-i.l" i-elationa bef.veen Italy and dn'iii.jjou. In consetpicnce war between i be cu untries is beiieveti to be imminenr. XETtt" YoKii. LVc. 13. As.sembivman- elect Mnivancy (Tarn.) ..f ti.e Fifth dis- trict was intiit-rt'd bv ihe m.-icd jury on a charge of elt-ci it nt" riuy vvi. niu 1'eet of tbe bit'1 eie.'r.ou. Professor G. O. Horiiiel of is tiie complainant. tin; n r-r tartl Hill. XKW Yn'iN. Dr. -I'lu- Xe'.v York Boani of .-..ml I' ;ui-.jK.rt.itioii adopte-.l a --n t actrnst the I'oiiui1. -u lie t.iiat it is a tUscriiiiinai.ou ag.-.i.tst one food product .n favor ol anoi her. Duty on C'lirn ".lav rje Reilucml. BERLIN, Dec. North German (Tjizette print- a made iiy a prominent German olfii iai regard ;o riie customs t u-ilf ot Is-S'.f. From this statement it app.'-rs t.ii.u a reduction of tne curn duty to :i murK.s [ier '200 pounds will probably be eitected. A Murderer Cuuimitg Suicide. PAMS. Dec. man wiio on Tues- day shot the Dride aud groom at Clermont- Ferrand just, after the bridal party had left the church has committed suicide, [t transpires that the murderer was a le- jected lover of the woman whom he killed. Kilkenny Workingmen for Farnell. DUBLCT, Dee. telegram has been received by Mr. Parneil assuring him tha support of the workiiLgman. of Kilkenny. vacation will he a happy announcement to the hundreds of school teachers and others in Western New York. The The Jamestown Street Railway. ___. popular Erie Railway has arranged for The CitV.CQa' Street iU.lway of James- allch a tril1 December 28th. the day after Christmas. The p.ute will be via Erie and Lehigh Valley, Phila- foi the frmcuise of certain and Reading and U. and O. R. street raihv iv fniiichi'ii! io bi-t' R' s' PnssinS through the cities of Phil- for tweniy-flve yfars prrmit '.he and Ba'tirnore. The fare to erat'ii-n of cars bv eiectdcitv. rile Iff" return suine route will he only town on Tuesday uiijijt made a. proposition -o tha to pay eieddcity. Council w'i! ci nsidcr the propositinn on next Monday night. An 'ntercatiug iiuestion been raised, but not in the papers, by the determined efforts bcin" and to return Iw New Tork City, three dollars additional. Tickets limited to ten days, thus affording ample time to visit all the above beauti- made to put in municipal railway iilant. The State Constitution "Xor shrtli any conn-y, city, town. or Tillage be to incur anr in- ful cities. The excursion will be in charge of J. 0. Prescott, excursion man ager of the "Erie." Pullman palace sleeping curs midday coaches will run debteduess excein for county, city, town, turolISh Capital City without change, or village purposes'." number of 'aw j have been secured at ho- yers hoi'd to-.h-: 'elief hat a -treet rr.il-i tels !lnii Private boarding houses in road is for a "citv and Washington- Pullman sleeping car that even -iiuuid t c aiihcns vote U. in- mllst be in nivancc. For cur a imlcbtcdiics, for such rail- itickets and furtUer information, call on way the of the action j a to v-M-y severe .jui.-stion. Much feeHnu til out of the question of municipal ownership. [ticket agents of the Erie Railway at The train will leave Dunkirk at 3.13 p. m. Htilitluy The ISickei Plate will sell I Wheat. May..... excursion i Corn. To-Day'n .Markets. 'deceived over 0. B. 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