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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK. N. Y.. FRID VY. APRIL !. IWO. NO. is. hEPftESESTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES EMIYS TH V.NGK OF FROM. THE °MOOe ,S<-AN0 action, q BOLL) DIAMOND THIEF. VARIOUS THEORIES ADVANCED TO ACCOUNT FOR IT. Th*    WI Ch* OF DUNKIRK a NEW RI LING H%«HIXE !*«- ming ,\ »fk.n-ia of bleaks i# the at***; art-! '-*“* u h# M*-"*n*nir*i Iwq-artmrut f ^ I»ttBktrklPnnt:n«r|r A tort V srd. Tto ,"\ ' »: ' » • \ lapel Ail grade# if War*) and "*>ft Lf**-. A) -41 Limber, lh ngte# and lath. Pre# ieliv    corr**jx    o lti'X tar wtote** * Ute HIC GIFFORD, S£i and !» • enure; a Art* alo* Kfetogr* plier. Laaxaatan««>u* Pt>oii>«T»pA* of Barnes a ap#«naity mttrr* tml Bot va. I f*>r sanotuo#    *,jr tatoo* Boor HIMDfKl -JANIX Uvi»(i, Pr *-i pneli*r, No Ii ML. toroed itn*C near Bnf-fAiO iirwl, l/uukirk, U. I. Ma#** a**. Rd ase. Pa mph et*. #-t*'., bound ;n a. «i - *-» Ori*r» pr inapt!? studied to. A.I work guarantee*!. R IIM MEH M I KIN KKKf Hut " F-. HP Castral Arenae. W riftless.# aa«l re tai i dealer ta Ic port***! an*! Naxiuo chute, G aa#ware, A- (J • HAlTAIAtl % Hi rf EL. Kate#. Ii per lay. Livarv an*} Hoarding 3U»;>i«* ta eoaaatti'* Victor Enter, SSS and JST Lion itreet. A GTI H MUICH SHO!* ly    chin*.    X .I it ie, Prop.. I u-l#r Lake rh*ire National Bank, corder Center aau Third streets. A Ane share of Foresail and l»me**u«‘ - .fan*. CM»aU.UI A "OX. f    SSI* center street. Practical h»>r»e-i*fe*»*f a Particular lueapnn >#*•* U> laterfmng forsee. "u-orang of r*>a at . (rotting •wr>*- a • pee tai tv. i) CNK IRK tfCMX'l ORS CRV KR. I ar feet Daily la use C«**!aty. An waaiinaUad wfixertteiag m#d. nm. I iOklKh RittCKEXJUXO COMPAQ I. if    F*#nrer)v    "eib-w    A    Pcpic**, Man alai tore re of kugmes, Butters, Pui toy#, nailing Hanger*, euc Patterns. Forgings, a# lings, and Mai-bs ae Work to « rder. lOKIKk OH I KT CCK :*«. « *»*« -J center ntreev Man ufo*-lurers of Lit* Sromawli" and “Dunkirk ’ pertest * attainr tc*> iii.rte. Ob sale in all lead, ti* furnishing, uui.ng and dry grants boiine* in Dunkirk. ). r. TOUMEY. id* and 438 Lion street. Dealer in flour, Fred, ait. Ba.ed Hay. Ph«# tat**, ate. Establ.sfted. 1*77 KIE HOTEL and inn.ne bairam. tn:*a j Depot La#*? iciifO to ai- .xx,ae ait-! bue e*M bouses. Ben; ac*omsa«*iiat<e»e for Com* arete. Trareiers. J-tea J- Murphy, Prop. • HU kh A UC J    *T    aa    I    *3 E Tori .tree*. r ue Furniture. Cabinet Ware and l> jitkriug. Picture Frame* rn a* Ie ta order. 3 u MATTUUN A CO., Mi Central Ave, aden of I aatcon and Gentlemen outs-ten. ^ AHCI I "TEAM HEATING UC us i lac s urer# rf 3 tea rn He»Ln< A .par 4 ins. Sanitary Plumbing a fi per.a. tv jOHE STEAM LAUNDRY. Nut epanaluea:    r    oe "birt#, loc; l o. an, ; cuffs, to. and Lei* Cana:aa. Knv Dear-f, a W. cum rn: age. A/7 center street. J IL OEHM, E Third st.. cor of Buffalo tau Lecturer and tea cr n Foe Boon A Shoe* I EN Rf WEILER -I NEW "TOKE. bd E. Th . rd st- B** ha. stationery. Mur.ca. in-"u men ta, M air ax. aaaJ9sdy aud" sataJb I aivr-d everytbirf pertain, of to a first cia** >rm »«• bilo. Books a specialty OB PRINTING of everv Inertptioaand al ioveet living rate* by Dank.rh Pnnanf Company, a had hi IL second St. H. TAN BIREN A "OX, Elf* L ie Accident and General InsuracJk I*eai-ta Be*. Estate and I. an*.    Parole alar •aUi>n i=atd U* the ctre of i*r>*perty ooiiect-renu Ar. tis Center sc. ind ao*»r. ^ONR*»E*N I’HARM-%* I. JOI' Central Avenue aditiarven* for Wall Paper Pa. t .O’Ie. Ae. ERKIN*. J. W„ JOF Center street, lanolarturer an*! se* cr n liai a‘**. *a I des, u,ee. • .a.ars, Trunks.A h pe, b ffa.o nm Covers Gtovee M Wen* and-dei*!* Boba* UtHOLTIN 17 East Third *treet, ibiooabie Ta. It Mr. iH*nt.emen sr. find t u ir advantage to call aa me bef*ire parctiaem* ew here. A CARI A CO.. SSS Lion street, revers. Hardware.Wh.ie Lea.:.' >• *.Pa.nier’s anile*. Cli Clothe. Gran ta W an. A ipena.-If SKerw: t. William* Pm it mad Monroe range. KELING, sued %m Waalt-Boalta, ciigers, and , ail kia<i* ii b ank* done at Dunk jrk Printing Company, a nail hi E. sacood st RCIKJLPH MOLDEN H AC IR. Coe. Thmi aa«i Bulak* St*., Daaler is unuiiS*, Marble, F Aggiag and Bucding SHO ae. Call on me bebite baytag «.mr Blite*'val L lALEf A CO. 7 and i Eaat Front street Whisky, Wines, Brand.ca. Genera- LiqaiV Store tor F*m..y Cie OBERT CEA f. Lion street, near the depot. larding, sase. Fee.! and Livery "table ilia# bv the -lay or get ob nasnaauie BB. iM jToirh »>!<.!». Si Cen ira    A • •ta;n genera. I :»urm. t* in . ii'-a E-t*P >nt F re, IM*. A.•••■• tent, an' Live - I ireace. Pr'jmpt atter Go*    «*>    buy    a, ■ail I ag Beal Estate. R JON ER 3 E. Third st. cor l*mr ss or Meat Market. Frvfi. "ait a ad I Meats. Lard, -ausages. Oysters aa* VV VV atchen. jewilri. ac. Bot the Aurora Railroad Watch. Be pain ag a specialty. Frank FL "tapf. W *- Ta rd st -M. MOCKER. Merrhaat Taihv, M6 Ceatrai Av««ae PRI IE ESS* ll IN IL. R T. ROLPH, M. D.. "em* A r tribal* it to .Jealousy of N*sl*y; Others to aa OfBsr of Gropily Ioer*««od Povor sad Pvo*»rtioo froes th* florasoa Imp* r«>r — Easier Naaura tree of th* Miliivy—Iklwr Foreign Neva NUON April 4—Th* anion of Emm Pa.'ba rn < noel titling an engagetnent with G*nnant to return to Contral Africa ha* given nae to innumerable thoonea to engst ftv h.n» 'bange of fr»>nt. th* majority of which ascribe his remark Abie oonduct to pn|uc an«i jaaioswy of Stan We fit her thoonas ar* I ave I on the belief that Siaj Wtvuuann ha.* been author md u> jffer hun th* absolute vintroi, with sulB< lent f.arre to keep it in •ubjectioti, of a mui ii grratar ezpanaa <jf rrntf rv than he formerly g. cerned as an e-terwihle EgTptMUl rbicftam. ami it » -'onfl-ientty AMMwtAd that th** salarv of tl.ouu a fear vhe*h hi ntateii •*> be his salary is but a «ma. I part of the emt mmsafes af hi* new f> »-»’*• n As to Maj. VC Mamma*'s augmented a- 'iv tv. it I** assumed thar he m inspired by Empeng IV J J lam, whoa* eagerness to sxteiui Germany's colonial ptts*e>i,i>ns and influeri'e ta all pun*ibi» , til reel i-ms is weli known. In this Fviief it is perdu tml Ill Hie tho Governor. PlOflMEKX, April 4 —The ward ierks finished the 'vnint of W***ineMiay s rota ast Dight, and turned ever th* ballots to the city i-lerk The t* surd of aide mien spent the •iav anti evening enumerating th# return* They adjourned at midnight *»! will reMixne the task to da v In this city the only assembl mien elected ara J->hn H Metcaif anti Hirmxu Howard for Third    ami Fourth ret resentati van The other seven (Ailed of a majority, There • as also no choil'# for the vitiator from th-- tty Br wn. >iem had 7. 47 v,,ras anil .Smith, rep , hail *}.‘J"4 Th# next Legislature vtan<ie Senate—Re* public*ns. 37. Ckemucrath, ll; tuba • tmeen. 4    H juvt— Republi< aas. J4 Dem-x'rmts, '£>, to be -hi e**n Si. The eke tmn of g.vernor axal genera] u<B •sn is thrown mto the hfissn of kggudAtur* it will rmpiire Vi votaa en joint ballot to eivt If the Hepubiumii.- boid in the -uppio-mentary hei-tKW what they now hav*. they will get the IO votaa which th iv new I on this joint !>*],»r for of the */7 fail urea to elect., IO represent seats o»>v heid by Kepublii-ans and 17 repranent those held by l*e<nis rats. Cranston will have to elect a senator and two representative*; North Sioithtleid ami W ug Green wit h. a senator and rep resen ta-tis# em ft Pawtucket ami Bristol, two repra-sentattve- h. ami Bumllvilio. Jamestown, N**wpt^t, Hit qui*-oil and Warren, one ME nearly KILLS a SALESMAN AN ATTEMPT at robbery. IN A«^ FOR A RECEIVER. ‘Steep otkjvrr to Mis Hut#! • rome W erhod at Chicago Almost Seers—fill ly — The Thief DCI (i t Sfrihe Hard Eooogti and W — Caught—Two Negro Murderers Hanged la Georgia — They Costewnl Their Guilt. Chic aho, Apr I 4—A bolti Attewip* to rob a lending jewelry Irm of I! Nil worth of dis mono- was trail# vests iris v by a yonng man who rvgurteied at th* Palmer hi ma# umt Buntiav under the name of Ralph A. .Allen. Y—terdav if»eni««n Allen sent to Hvroan. Berg I ‘ 'n *# <ew**lrv it^re srnl r>nw itri the y. Allen « rorsn. fbe rs4t AJ- drm ®n wn * diaffwadv to him for in ^je*'tii»n. a* a* was «iiT**rtng from a vprm:n<*ti ankle ami ilia be* to vent their store VV Uj~ lam A Bigler, a aletnuo for tile frm. carried ti "iii) w<-»rfh of n*ttries to After f*ara*!iJlv eTammmg si! ten selected one ring and pin. While tun salesman was repacking the re- I maintier of th* diamonds Allen came up bela .mi hun ami struck him atom1 Ie blow with a heavy -ane on the hack -rf th# hea*i, knm-k- j mg him dcwn As the aaioscian got up on his feet and fa-ad hts assai lair. Allan struck • hun again, catting a w and two laches long | in the a-alp The w >un>ied man o-raameii ars«i Allan, without stripping CwS t»rs «rf C harles J Asstgnsaeat. STR*crag, X Y , April 4 ^Tbe rara of the Capital City hank of Atlanta, Ga against tbs Ping National hank af Ijti aaa' * she First National bank of New York, Ado! phone Parent rf Trentoa. Oat, and < bar toe j Noiaon. alia." W G Lae >rf Atlanta, fra., was J beguin herr vestardav. Ne an ran th* North sui# Savings hank in Atlanta and raised from other banka in that <nty ae mark anonev ae heaouJki by New York drafts ami fled ta Caum la on June •». I "Mi. On bu way there he liepneivd $Tt.‘km with the First National bank of tho- city and took ta ext-bauge a New York draft. He was arrested at Treason and brought bark to this city. He had in the meant.me assigned the draft to Parent the present action, which in rn the WANT IHI. RILL Cif AN* I LD. SKIS STORE TO0*CCO MEN not -.ATISF ED with THE TARIFF SCHEDULE. nature -rf a -’rediWr s bill. wa- begun, ail the parti#" rn ans war tnr<*rrated ietng brought in ae defendants The plaintiffs ae* that the mega.! astegninrnt he *#' ai.i«i#and a rweiver dutiable at ba appomfotL A FstoJ (Jnsrrsi. 'tut. April 4 — During New Yore. April 4—During a juarrei front rf a N<xith street sa:<un William Aker oetfav .rf R ndimt. a pilot, was knocked down and ha* skull was fractured by .-antact with I the paveuieiiT He died soon afterward. Hi* •valiant **•*. apes I. Th* man who caused _Abernethy «» death was captured later a rh* graft the I    He    ta    Frit* Rtnnamon. a tug boat lhar Gerruany will almost uume«list#tv rn-i ♦nlatire «m-Q augurate an aggr»*swve poin*y in Southeastern | ami I enrml Afmra. the aim of which ta 'herman dumuutt,*>o of every part of the I Mirk C-ofinnent. st-uth of the Et^uaUg, not •peciik-ally uniter an equally powerful protect. rate It ta stated upon the authority of Fraud* • ie VI int*>n himself that ho bad intended to . bring Emin to London for the purp»oe of j having his eve* operated upon, the latter I having eomawited to come. Euun s par* mans —ami ho fiat rna y — assert that Im has from j the very first been used a» a rats paw and a 1 stepping -tone for others lew worthy ami deciare that his prawnt artum ut merely that of an honorable ausu endeavoring to free him self fsoru the toils rf unscrupokaxs men who seek to use hun to further their awn enda Get igraph ii-ai aoriettea of Italy have appointed a committee to meet Stanley on April lo ami a.'c* -rnpan v him in his trtuniphai progress to f>idi.>u. Es STER MI LIT ART MAJHJfrTMMK The annual Easter manoeuvre# rf the wok J unteer*. heitl »jn Easter Morwlav. are engaging the ar Ten ti on rf those intereste*l m mil- * itary afTaira. Yesterday 40,*kMi v- duntaers to*>s their ilepArtnre from their vannas h#a*ii{uarteri f«>r th# wveral manoeuvre stall* -nH en the Kentish coast, where, the waatbar permitting, a vast thrraig will aa*ambo» on I Moth lay to willies* their movementa a lunatic ary" awn g. A lufiaTic, hifliertii r- gar<ie*l as harmlesi. law-ame seixesl with a paroxysm rf frwnxy * yeatertay ami ran amu- ic rn City Road. tar rorahf ail fMMhtetrians rn he* path. H* carried in his fight nan<t a huge knife which be used to keep at hay those who tried to rapture him. and before he w*?* secured he -t sol rn I Thr**e persons, one of them, it is feared, fatally The ti rat question rf importance Thar will be diam—ll at the opening of the rait'hetag j un April ii will be the matter of the Berlin laG-r conference, which, it u* expected, will furnish material for an ex-ating -lefcat*. Intimate friends rf Pnnoe h.-mar-'k are endeavor! g to persuade the ex-chancellor to eater toe rei--lw?ag and take part in th# di*-■rxmjinn, urging that A > hi." duty to give to the conn try the }•*«»• tit of hi# advice and con nae! anti in tho newt public manner poo-MbAa • ming to the attitude rf the Bavarian government im th# <>id * acholic question the Vatican ha# bocnoM bitterly bostxk toward th at king. I- -rn "nest for t»ems<os. L'lrviia5&. April X — lieurge Sinclair, wh< -rn "atunlav night last, f<>und his wife in the -.ffi •# .rf Dr B D. Smith, behind kicked ijun-rs. hoe sue*! *ae ks'tnr for f£>.ut)0, aiiegmg that the dortor ha# been criminally intimate with Yin Sinclair for min-tit a year Dr "auth ut a prominent FLepuhLumn poh-tician. ieixijr a raupj,iaio for a city office at the next e»~ t. n aud the affa.r a a### a sen san* n AU the parties are v#ry prominent mot na Dr Sirfiti.» fnend# claim that he .a being blackmailed, bat the evidence rn th# ras# pointe strongly to hi# guilt package -rf diamomD. ru#u#>i ait -f therraim and down the hallway After an ex-'itmg •bae* Allen w%# -aptnred by sn am hi -ye f the hotel ani taken to Harriston street -ration. Bigler« wetiuds ara not danger -u> iinies# ihflammat.ic-n -hotiid set in. Tho C ou a try Overflowed. New Hen, wm April 4—The Til nee-[vein •s'rafs Vicksburg special says A teiephixae message from Mevorsviii*. Mias just received. amicuntNMi that the entire t'wn ami w.rr*xmd.ru eooaery has been yverflowod by a sodden ria# m "tee> s bay* u Th# water rn ow or throw feet deep on th# nigher levels of the to'wa and rising fa-t. A great deal rf stock is endangered. MeyorwiUe u» a piatw of fl.300 inoaL-itantn. but nearhral! the white# hav* left the to wa. Cobfe—od an the Gallows. Homerville, 'n AprJ 4— Hobart M"-Coy and William Hicks t'oli-rsil wera hanged here vasTerday for the murder rf William Hughe* anti his wife u*#t November The drop fell at IO -IU p rn ani! fourteen minutes iater both men were pr o- un- eti ie*. I from stramgulaUtMi Both -rf tne culprits made a con fesamn on the gallows un-piiratmg Dave Register, a white man. wft.> they sai»i paid them <35 to murder tne obi couple R- herr Saxton, who wv also implicated ami limier airest for complicity in the crime, tried to eat ape befire Iieuig bn sight to trial, felt wa# "ted and killed by a deputv sheriff whi.e tmng to escape. The murder few a Rich these men paid the extreme penalty rf the Law wa- the a#st brutal ever committed us Georgia. Th# murderers were at large for two weeks, but were arrested and brought to trial The test un* av wa.- so convincing that the jurv at oc*e br -ught m a verdict -rf guiltv •*ng :*eer He is a powerful engineer w-th a bad rwonrti It m mid that be va* avn ploy sd by an enemv rf Abernethy to ta rash th# arter Witneawe skate taat A berrier bv oak has bani is m his pocked when Niaaueoa. w thout warning, felled eau w rh a blow A Report Heiling New York. Aprd 4—The assignee rf John F Plummer At Ca, dense# the pub-Liaised statement that the asset# have bee# f ,ud til -a* pract *l.v nothing, ami that J e *pu H « h st# ha* withdraw a a# counsel t«r Hr P ..umer >n taat eorouat The a# signee i» n t yet rva.lv however, ta give an exact statement rf rh* grad affairs. Im) icted for rrlmlnti C«nt*m pl. Nkw York Vrnl 4.—Choate, th# reporter wfa-. ut *au bt n -he Flack jurv nom. ha# teen md: »**1 for ertminai con tempt. He t# n**o :r jail for o-otemji Julius* Kaiiffman. an ex-iieputv -thenIT ca# been indicted for graal! larcvu v in -sealing #100 worth rf ira g o*i» fr m a -tora *»,. n be had L-vied on Hwy Frewonf rn "ote*titate Wessuro to th# W*rs sod Vfesns tom ml tew—Th# Dor to Herw so«l Neoafe—Ti*# Idoh* Bill Passed —It Will he Wad* a Tost Case. tother Rust ness. w ash I ii VTO N. April 4 —The Key West and Tam fa naaafsturen rf Havana cigar*, who appeared ls*f**r# the ways ami mean# com* tnittoe am! ai far. it ted a substitute -schedule with th# requ**"t that the -‘otnmittee a.i<»pt it in platv of the 'ne to which objection ut aia<le In the -srbedub* aiiopted by the committee hales rf to bai o con taming any to-fasHCro salvable fur cigar wrapjtera are made the higher rate# [>re»*rnbe«l for Cobacre suitable f->r wrappers, lite substitute schedule aims Co do away with tin# feature lr wa# fellow-Si-heiiuie F—Tijfaacco ami manufacturea rf leaf t< JsM'Ci • suitable for wrappers, if not stemmed. I-* i#r pound lf ibmiari hi75 per pi wind. Provided that if any bale. box, or package contains JU par ranr. or sees rf to-bacct sqjtabla for igsr wrapper*, the entire quantity of toba*v'«> c« ta tamed ta arb bai*. bom. pat hag*, or un bulk shall be -iutiabio if not stemmed at 35 cents per pound it stemmed at 50 cent# per poumi. Prowled further, that if any bale. box -ir package c*>ntaiii more than JO per tent rf tobacco suitable for cigar wrappers, the entire quantity rf tuba*sn contained in such bale hex. package ->r in bulk. shall lie dutiable, if act stemmed, at I- per pound if st#mn it"! at    75 per pound. Provided f arther, that if any to-banco im-pnrted rn any tale. hex. package or in bulk shat] -onsiift rf tohanro : rMuced m different countnes, the **ntir quantity rf to becco contained in such bai# ?«ax. package or in bulk shall be dutiable lf not stemmed at ti per pound if stemmed $'j 75 per p* ami The above would be entirely satisfactory to the man af acture*" rf clear Havana -agar*. NEW ARRIVALS FI Amusette I Cover", on Bion) v cvn1 Boy** ami Dillies Sew lot I«i*li« " C*»r^’ New lot of the popular Madonna Cotton Lot Table (>il Cloth, only 2*1 et." p«rf van I Self-riding Ffon?e". Ne a New New lot of the ceiebraled Ferris (’orN'ta lie>,    and    Children. Call and -*ee them and W amt", for Idi- New lot Men s and B*.vs New lot Men s and Boys Children " School Slat* n. Hie jjarm* of Ne!l\ BU Around th** World, only Flannelet** Shirts, on I v 37 rent" N‘ « ktie,". only *i3 cents cts* ERIE STORE. CONGRESSiONAL news. Treat W Aj*HIN‘*TON. •tom. in view t <lis»nminatit>a far rn*in ill Alike. April 4. Tis i i ii Mil j Win- ; lh# fact that -omjdamte rf : iamage allovaneas on Gri«w«»li1 Not Mentally Aouad. RTLAX© N Y April 4 —A very large amount rf tevDm* el I* beme introduced in the trial rf Robert W Griswold for the murder * f Iienm* G "nea. to e?*tabii#h the fact that the prr* ner ta arf of wmnd mind The greater part of an entire day ha# already been occupied With this cia*# of ksstimoay. The trim. wail -i- ubtiee# be dni#he»l bef .r* th# done rf the weak. A vert ii. -t baa#*! o« the fact that Gnaw-/hi is not rational rn n-ked for by many rf n PrrrsBi Rii. rf the United here fir the i Worker*' Meet tog April 4 — The executive beard M ne Worker* rf America met pun-re of leei-ling on the Frohwklj a Naleide. RivmwTIR. N Y . A or a 4 —Slime bo ra who wera playing a!.-*-ut Emerson >* pon*i rn the northern par' rf th# city f. u.otl the boily rf a man in th* water It • a- lent to an ant terra*, fig extabu^hnent anti wa# ..fen*.rind *# the ramaurw rf VV^liana F Sch.ra *. the propnet. r rf a sai.vn and rtetaurane at SU M want H jpe avenue. It is get.* ra. r «ip-p«wed rfeat Scbrack c.-mmitteti muraie. He wa# a f.-rmer inmate -f the F .Taio Insane asylum, which institatioa he left rn April. I""" He leave# a wjti- w an*! Av# ■•hj.drwn. green '.••ut raj . **s nave bora made against til# appraise A tfic# at New York, baa directed that ail im treated with equal consider* to ai. policy of the new organixatioa. The asteiaa lasted an 'he afvnu# u and w t# secret. One f the ; nut qal marten* dmaad wa* the re-Latiou# to be held by the new organtxatum to ward- flier labor - rgan.zar.un*. It wa# ieciiie*! to -m rk for a railaction of the hour* rf labor ->n .mas jut! dtjorn by other orgaru-xaQtjaa A Fimnhlet l*#u#d hr the Raider. VIMNX a, April 4.—A teiegram received from Bel o anmnm*the pubiumti-«n there rf a pamphlet ent.unl -He Goes. What N    lr ie rapcrteii taat the tuuser is the author t *h** pamt i.. -t The telegram further itat***- 'hat the emperor, < hanceiior • *pnvi md Duv«*m* # pr -mw* to recou tie the r*ei» lcratac parties ai .-ua'ed by Prince Btsman’k, and Ware-* 'hat the emperor aas adc? fed the socuu the*vie# rf Lawoeiie ami Tame, The "inrrsm wa# delay#*! sn Bertin bv the gtivermuent en* ra. and it*announcements have rau#ed a -en att it hi bere .A Warder#*! Babr BaJ-Hwix"^ttjl*. N Y , April 4.—While Martin Montague wa# out in the raceway he discovered a heavy c‘.>th ws'k flranng in ta# water He •rat rn# -ark open and f-iumi that it con ta I lied the fully developed fexiy rf a male chii.i Thera were evidence# of murder hm^ mg ^e*»n committed. There is no -lite to toe rarer.'ag# rf the ctuM. Foliar* of Htlt mor* Balttu re. April 4 — "amuel Phillips <* Co . grain c»«miujsw .cera at No. S^ith tffreet. have fail ti Laafelities. #70.000, ae-Wto. 1*45. *0. A Lev## Hr*4it». Baxtr*' Ada.. Apn. 4. —The Bony lee levee twelve miles east of bere. has br ken It protected the ne best part rf this pariah anti a# the overflow water rn Baron Bar tho** Anew a almost up t. th# h gnrat r» int. it i# f-rarad that the lower ooantry w.i] soon he rn an* lated Three inches rf ram f#ii Wetlnewiay night—th# heaviest fail for J *wrx Al snrail «tream# are much *w . >n and wv-rai bntlga# on the Monroe r*a*l ara washed i*»t    _ Killod bf a Ch nam ad. Heleva. Mont . Apn] 4—A "ilorad woman rf ha-! requite wa# foand -leat! early yesterday morning with th# body terribly mutilated bv knife w rands. A ( *hmaman had be**n iran running from her bi raw * me time bef-jr# The house into which he entered wa# milled bv The police and thirty Chmamefi f- und thera vers arra-tcd. the identity rf th** to pp*wet! murderer not being established. The caw is be mg mvsstigmted. I Hi# < bu rah T *kes a HsnS R* ME. April 4 —The V atli-an aas forward i ■si mstru"t to us papal nuncio at Ben.a anti to' Dr K*pp. btsfetp of Bree ism. to act in ! ati-t rd w * . rh- < -litre part.v a tne reu k-tag and to yieiti nothmg to the government wits- ! jut a mpt-rtsating -nm east tins. A "ort of Int-rteaa T#nieo. Hclea a. Ark. April 4 — Inf' rmation re- eiv-*i here fr rn C larendon. Ark., is to the effect that mat town m again overflow-*!. and the White river is still rising The a:-out town. "enorwr Heck WHI Pr-»a.*kly Rotir#. Wash in*-T* * April 4 —There la a well-ieflned rumor afltiat that Senator Beck wid so* ii reDra* fr*mi tne -enate on account of ,11-h*-a.'c and t- at Represestative Carlisle w. J Ukeiv succeed him. FN# Maho    Bill    P»*wt    by    th* Housw—In rho Sonar# WasmixuTox. April 4.—The h us* yester Jav after transacting 'he usual amount rf routine m* /nimg busmsMs resumed * ui*i>!er atio* -if Ute Idaho Admission bul. Mr Stewart of V-rmoat spoke in mpport rf the bill aid dehouncad the prmcti.'e# and reach.ng" of th* Mormon church. Lh# vm-stitutiou of Idah*> was in the hue -if the Edmunds bill an*! for rue -same purpose, to wit: rh- extirpation rf a jrrenf public evil. Mr Bucku I-w of Pennsylvania opp*wed the [tiaho constitution, because it oatiawi-d the members rf a -•ertain t'hurch. Mr “ate - criticised th- compulsory e*luca-thJn tea'ur# rf the -vnsTituu*>n aud Mr Mc-Atio*j-rf New Jersey, while denouncing toe practicerf polvgamy. thought that the i nstitution invaded the domain of religious be-JSff. Th- btl! wa# 'hen passed — yeas, V3*. nays, !. 'n# Democrats r-fra;aed from voting an*! toe speaker "ranted a -quorum. • rn rra-ti*>*vrf Mr Cumming* rf New York toe -terry•*»<* in memorv rf the late "am-ie! . Au IL van Cox rf New 5'ork wore p*stp«ina>i p^pfe f-    ,r»    woe    >>~"    “*"|    fr.m    Urf .v-o.o* unui tectort. Apnl W The hora-e then at .3:15 p. rn. ml ;«>urued The L <#*;'.« #Ta tee wry that they ut tern! to make the * text rase and to hav# the c*Airts ie* : -a’ th- conaCitutMtxality rf the nile#. 4 «' » %4 the -pwaker to tyrant a quorum. It .ad been mr-iv iud to make one rf the con-t«sted e«e*ffi«*ii cases a test case but a# this rtraiti be th'ne only by a suit tor salary ’-curt rf claims, this »mrs# and 'he present alk in !e- © H ILC I A L AN NOU NCtM tNl N'*»W t- the tune for pr im.ns roar rr* * - tnt! soon a nil Ie tone for fixing your garden#, t. - and lawns. Let it s-e igi.e ■, an *\ per leuceti cart!i‘MRF,, and iMMI SMI tor VarnUr rn*-ne a Brother *, ‘tirner Eagle and "eveoth street#. Nest month we ret the finest and rarest rose* in Hundred# varlet;#* from Hodand. N>t*e weeping raw# for fnner* plan ait-! many new shrub* and trees. 'ftrder worn# *f them which we will sell so ’ heap that vow must bur some of them. STODDART A CO., Paint Attorneys, Cia 7th i^st, WaahiQrtoR. D <. , -ipp L' X. latent office Patent*, i.aveat# ant) &#* Issue* secure*) Trade Mark# registered AU Patent busine**** -no-1 ut. it** I for in-Migrate Fees. In formation Advice aa*) special reference# seat on request. A MONTH w-Irving h*c us. I TOR SALE—A Urie I tv, f’-ontla, in the phi The MARKETS. New Turk "ha ii non in C anotia. L<'JCDOX. April 4—Dr A'Uum, a prominent est End ohv*i<ann. den -un*#** the report that Mr "hanmm. The Times* Dublin scant r who conducted tike neg tiations with Fig tx, ha# mysteriously iissa; 'Heired, as ab-*' o.'civ fates. He i-*'lare# that a friend of hi- i«-ft "ha;.i«ra rn • ‘ana-ta m the early part f Mar h anti «tare# that th# same gentierneu is now on hi# war to join Sh ammo, w hone family ar# aware of his wber#*n*rata A T An a# re Burnet Re a OI"-t Pa. A nl 4 —Grim Jk BuakoFs kid ^love tannery brr# " a# burned Last night La#, f iu.iJUU. psurti&uv m#ur#d. SPCBTInG NtWS Th# ('oust at Newport. PRU VIDE VE. April 4—At a Ate hour the official errant in N-wyg»rt rev#aie»! th# fact that there was no -lectiou for flrsr raprwaen-tatjvo. rat w-ll aa nom f *r fourth. This make* 2fl membera f a—s-muiy to rn* -Wtod. »>f tut*#* the Pe* u! mn# need IU with the -jttmg Unite' ant gov-rn r. and the Lratno-■rata nee-i ’*♦ to: s#*~ur# crratrrf rf the general ‘"Ulm.'tee rf the ajeemcky. wk.* ft elects rfScara A rireular l«aoed hy Flu nu Za.vzibar, April 4 — The cu"iiian» isaa#d by Eoi.n Pasha raxraa# the Br?lob c- ctoI rf aavmg falsely iewnhed him as toe plamtdf in 'be ivfl art mn against Tippoc Tib aud ■ie* tare that Lie real plaintiff in the ase is Stan!-y. It rn thought that the politicians ar# u-.ag Lima to farmer their own ends Th# Czar Warned la Tlsae. B*RUX. Apnl 4—It is state*! her# that the xar wa# recently warned to aland*>n a propose*! exrunrara to Poland and sceordingiy changetl hi# plans. Sc!we*<n**ntiy it wa* -lw-vnvere*! tnat a ' cd ha.! !«• a for-tied to wreck his tram, and wversi perwras -mpposad to ba anput-ato"! war# arnasted. Great Rec#artou for tho Ho*too*. Bouto* Apnl 4—The B*#-ton and Bra*-lyn P’av#!" leag'i- iuiw plaved two games yo#ter*i.tv. .hic at W.»r>-e#tor and one on the new Bt nieru«*«i grain* i» ta th ta city. Thirty-flve nurxir#*! people arnantieti the game at W r'-ester and much #nrhosiasm wra* sh* wn. Boston w.jh rh- game by a score rf 4 to 5. The game ;n tiu# city wa* wit-aes**! by aa immense crow-L There were 5,000 pe* pi# on th- gr un*! .nabIe to <ibcain ware. ad 'he war# being jammed with humanity It wa* the largest arowd ever wen at on exhi;*»taoo ga-no T#n thtrasand people WfP* tor —i away W'ben the teams came for practice the wiliest scene The 'ranks sh- ated theno*eiv«s KeUy, and for the Brotherhood as aph Ketly and fifty officers Anally :l-ere*! -{ac# enough to play era. and after a few minutes practice the game opened. The Br raklyns won the game. U to I Crtiohed bv a Train. BrfTALO. April 4. -rffewtly after 9 o’clock Wwine#*la c Right the body rf an unknown man wa# found en the Erie tracks at tho Clinton -freet ’rasang with hi# bead -rushed unto a jelly Nothing was found on hi# person by which he could be uientiflrai Noon# seems to know hew the man rn-' b * -iea'h. but it is believed that be wa# trying to rnwl { untier a moving tram to steal a n*!e and wa# knocked -jown and run over Hooey Wark#*. Nrw Y<mhl .April 4 M-'-oey Howl ai 4 per -:**nt fwter'aj, rue Ui#rh****t rate, th- low-st wa# A Fxchang# - iomsI -tea it p*»*r-d rates. I* 45tykt 4 m, art.ua. rare*, to -* yi i tov, for AU laps. aaa ta < i I far i-ixiaeu. <**w—rn m-nrs elf-*-*! *i—a»ly cii<T*n-*y 4a. I. IX fed. te •* up . I ti -od. tow# coup.. ; 081% rad. PacitV ri od d*>n«s ••lotted •# follows; I a*, a first#. I A bet. to •.taa.ag Nix L . -'N btu. Contrate, I. M usd. r»sight in the at ar#I* ne*I L-k"! lpm N— w Fork Frodaeo Cxrbaogw. Nrw Took. April I Th- Groeloy Farm H*>u«o Rnrnetl. New Y r*. A|xiI 4—A *ti#patch fn>m Chappaqua. N Y . uo that H ra-w Greeley s farm h*#ise now occupied bv hi# ie ghter, wa# burned yswferdav La ♦’    *#•• Ail the fe-tks, rn water col r pi*'turw rf Mr Gnsel-y and a bust -if Horace Gr-el-v were sav-d by the neighbor*. Miss Gabriel ie Greeley was at church at Pleasant vc :# at the time rf the Are. She is now staying with friend# ar the Orc bari* •ra th- ft foikivei fem re f a w ht>ie Mver to Go to Training BrrraLO. April 4—Billy Myw arrived in Buffalo yesterday an*! will begin training tola? for hi# fight w»th Andy Bc.wn rn New Or lean# .n May M-**r will be rn Buffalo for a m«>nth and will a* vept the Buffalo Athletic dub s ff-r rf the u*e rf their rooms for training purposes. Mrer has volunteered to box at acy of the club s -tiTorta*nmanta Os tho 4Ho#!a New Y re. April 4. —The w'--nch -steamer Panama. Caph ‘ "h* -fe-t. fr* m Bordeaux, March 13. for this port. wa# reported a#b*:r# at Jooe*> inlet sooai beath, off Fir# lolan-i. in a very danger ra# position. A tug went to tho aseiatanco rf the steamer It us expected that she will be gotten off At high water She is making wane water, but the pumps were able to keep pace with it. FLOUR—Clused steodv y-*ter-lay Fine grm — waiter. I V EA Al: to <pnag. J    wip-r fine w mer fD J A- 4U -to spring, f t>g|' S extra So 4 winter, ti ai ® • J# to si-nng. ta 3og SAI extra X« I winter 5 «)<^4 to do spnr.g. 5) fife®4. *' eitv s-iis extra, to *rai w fee Wow Indie* tout Hers dear closed quiet, trade aaa 'aauiy extra#, ta *N-4 W U EA r—f *yrusa# spee-d    higher, advaac-d aaother i*c bef >r# soon. 'tao rsaetMd « A-A'' sad •*toee*t steady 'sot Mila -limed tgc ow-r KptM ] 4a*es af No t red w-urer 4Bt- a»h. LORN—* pt.- ne deciui-d -%*• during ?Bo for* a*-on hat r-c*>v-r-d ria* loo# and >-loao steady { Soot rate ctooed i%c h'khcr. spot <«a*e« rf JI*}, i ‘ a:.xt*L 9h%c OATS—*>ptioo# clueed fir™ and \jgc higher -pot rate •kieotl i%** b.gher Spot tw.es of Ty. J nix-*!. >7y No I wtuia Of No 4 to. I- •%* No. ! mixed. ice. RYE— N< muud. LARI*—* !-aod steady: April, f# id May ta 17 ti* # J .r.-. • i J'iiy ta SA BITTfcR—Steady irary -aetera. aait Srx.n cute jpqfcdfc H-sc-rn crwasssey. A##toe CHEfcSE -tqu.-r N**w Tora ehaddar 'actory lo14 x v Ohio Sol 1*4 "ta* to -Steady frsoa cooter a 8rHt : 4 -% 4) • ic -rn -hi era to. I •’*%<; • oaauraa aor quoted IN TMS:    "FN    A    TF- Wahhtxgtijn, Apnl 4.—Th# senate y-wter-- tov after the coueuierateio rf the nm tine fei-mww and the seta*-ti*el rf Mr Ingalls to ; act as pwiutaut pro tempore during the com-I in*, afteej’t* -f 5^ice Pre#i>ienf Morton, the St-u'ana -i-cti* -n cum wa# taken up and Mr. I Grm? ti;;;.-;.-ti his argument, begun Wr-drue*-tay. in wipfetrt rf Clark afb! Msgtniss. the . Democrat I-, etaimanta. Tho mutter 'ben went ! over until Monday The h<ra."* fell to amen*! th# --risus law by {»">'.Tdin * for the -nun. cation rf the * bine*** ’ popuLation rn the conutry wra* takra up ami I dun imbed, but witlnait ration went #v*r till ! M- ntiay After an -x**cutive *wtuu the senate adj**uroe-, uiitu s«tur<i*v. ran te* rn mitt PeTviM prts- terred vin on furnish a hone and give their oft.4c tisae to the busine**. Spare mt'ments may be pram* ably «mp!oy«d also. A few vacant ie* in towns judaic). B. F. JOHNSON A CO„ tote} Main St. Ro.;.mond, Va, t San-! in Marion roan* ft-te ben. Large >r *maJl quanuue# to suit pur»:haaera Thin sect -in i# grow me more rao:-l y than any other part tit the state, rn: 1# ant) hotel# ar- betag bald and railroads projecteu. A goo*! m*>oev ma* ag :i»v-stnt-nL C laries X*Rn, Eii» Park H<-‘heater. N. Y rmon Elders’ Book Jt^-cgth, mac-I tim* to i&amed & A -■    .    kxdii.    tow    i    rk ROOMS TO RENT In ihe lfer**haate Bank Bai bit ag. Inquire of tf    Jra    oh    W    rf    aer    or    Frank    Mar CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St.. Has just receive*! a fulfline of (I \ L rn How "tool-v K#(sri)« F.bbio’s Action L:xd*%x April 4 — Stanley telegraph# •*! rat'epr Emm * raNion ra» nrorf that be ha# «*nUr-ly recovered from the effect# of hi# accident and wi*n hun fem voyuga The goepei rf enterpruie rn 4pr#ad:ag Fteiy Doe I# lo Pro*|»eet. VntxxA. April 4—At Debrecxm. Hungary. a -Impute arete betw-en a * u :.ber rf officora a a re"taurai t ch.- h • uded us the scuaB-w rf forty cbaaetig" 1* to f'leia. Hie ( Haonp'oa Not aa Hand. New York. Apnl 4—Bkrlliva* lid not reach thw sty yesterday and the conference regarding the mat* h with Corhatt did not take ptai'e. The Puritan Athietac dub rf Ling L-iau-1 City ha# offered to put up a f'N'.'jOft puree for a fljrftt between Balli van and Jackson, and a f5 -.4JU puree for a fight betw-ec Joe MeAtuiff# and fsuiitvan. rarrt-d Off th* Allow Craw*. New Yore April 4.—Two thieves entered the jewelry store. 2RL Eignth av**nue last night, tilled their pocket* with watches and valuables ami tamed out a -h w -as# ten feet long, containing nearly IOU wan bos. They were waiting off with th# - ae# when a policeman questioned them. One ran and escape*! The other wa# arrested. B oa-bai I Goskm. Fbllowing are the results rf the games plated yesterday At Baltimore—Baltimore A. Hamilton 4 At New York—New Y irk N L IO, William# College A. At Him# burg—Ham^nrg I. R.*:nester fi. At Bhstora —Boston N. L IO. picked nine *, wcond game—Boston IO. picked auto 0. Archer'* Resignation. BALTTEORE. April 4 — Attorney • i-nera! Whyte ha# sent a letter to Govern r Jra kson giving his opmson upon the question aa to whether bito r#oignan..n cf State Treasurer Archer *bcokl be a.’cepted. He believe# it should not until the legislativ# -irafluxuttee ha# r#p*>rteii on the matter Buffalo Fro stole a Harker. Bvrvana. April 4. WHEAT—St-adv No I nark, «*%.' No I aortaora,    Nu.    t    to,    choses,    the    Winter w beat - 5 •> i rad.    No.    i    extra    wkitm. ®t%c • ORN—Firm. No if* low *Ai%. No I veiiow OATS-nrmor. No. I wrnle. 19c. No. 3 do, JSL, 4 aeq. •. No i 'nixed. JU-gc on crra-k BAK fJEY—Trrai- ight No. i Caaada. W-% fi;c: No 3 «xr:ra, yflifc FLO). E-Firm. qrw wbeat - beet pat sat. per ow, ta-    to    tow grad-, ta <0 Waiter »a -e;~ <j#»t frau r. ta    &,    graoa a, 54 sn. BUTTER—O-am-ry fancy. Hfftac; to dhaiea 38^2Sc- w***tern tmaer. -js-^ppic ChfcESr -to y fui* «-r**ain per lh., If -%£ f ir; ohawa to, !*Ma^ * Ye* LG* c- -Stat ? and rate ta. atn uy fresh rrotea l4^*l4-%c. *•-ratera do. .4c Hr. W anataaker’* Pion. Wa-Hivi.T' 1. April 4.—Th# bouse -"im-mittee on banking anti •iirrency spent its wm.ion v'twr. r iav in hearing a rep*>»rt fr* cn a sab-*'- nim.tt-e* that hat! been dirra ted to obtain to*# v iew% rf the postmaster general in regard to the-stabit-hment of a fractional postal currency Th# -sub-itdnmittee report-ed that th# po#tma-ser general ha*! no -tug-gwrtion# to offer in the matt r. He did not deem -uch a currenev n«**’ewMsry became it woalil rwjt ac*"/rni»l 1-*h the parti* nm toeired. He th*night that the English plan f*>r placing stamp# on cards rn that they could \» mat through the mails an*! be redeemable by postmasters, might be -#tabii#bed with «c* ceas. The committee t*x»k no action on the report    _ Hr. Beice Buy* a Railroad F RT W at VB. lad. April * — It m reported that Calvin 8. Brice ha# bought the Fort Wayne. Cincinnati and Louisville railr-iad. which runs from this city to Connorwllta. ac*! from New Castle to Rushville, Iud. and is generally known a# the Muncie’ road. The price named is 52,500.000. Mr Brie*, accompanied by the general officers rf the nad. left th*# city ye#teriay on a tour rf inspection over the Fort Wayne. Cincinnati an*! Louisville system. The Lake Erto ami Western nu lr md. rf which Mr Brice ut pre#i*ieut. connects with the Fort Wayne. Cincinnati and Lomsnile at Mang le In*i wrataast* A * •« •«#*• 1 a 4 •Aft •••<••« ti ara*## M*g <  2- E<jual to any in thu city, and at priced that will pay von to 84Nf him befoi <* J J purchasing. Buffalo, N V. We have frequent reijuest.H by mail for samples of new embroideries. Such re* fiesta We are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the "ample* wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or Hoiincillgs, al"<j what wddth and some idea of the price. VV e have a stock of em* broideries that i" second to none in the country and su-perior to any in B» iff alo. The money value we oflvr U tinnily unparalled. I here are edging* from J of an inch to Im inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Match ed sets in different width" of edgingand insertion on all desirable kind" of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing* in the different widths from 18 inches tit t>0 inches. Social line* of cambric *'dg» " at 5c, Bk*, 12ic, I Vc and 25c |>er yard. %i>ax, Mildew a ajidb•**>«. Xew goods for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stink is i complete, also the linen stock, tim cotton st<x’k and tim w hite goods "t*M‘k. By “complete*’ we mean they have all the new styles in this season*s new* goods—all the variety that tim i*-"t purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. The Winter stocks are of-feringfgreat bargains. Tlmr* never was a time when you could*trade here more im!van* tageouslv. H <*•?' taint. New OrleaXS. Ajfwil 4 — Dispatch## re-t*rre»i h*re report that within th# part two (tora ununually h#avy rains have fallen throughout th* Lower Misnumppi. T**r»aa#. OuracStita and R*»i River valley*!, generally raatxnpaiiMMi by were wind* Th# Harerf >*»rm»n*l? Dead. London. April 4 —G*org* Augustus Com-ftantin# Phipps. Mar*{un> rf Normandy, » .ferai H# wa# rn hi# 71st rear His tora th oecurred at Brighton. State Leosn- H—ting. A LB ant April 4 —At ^he rn—ting rf the State Bkset-ail i-tarue tart *v stung J tins t»)wn. Glov«revui- and Ctire were admitted. Auburn s appurauoo wa# rejected. Ira va#» K — p the Hater Rara. GEKEN rn.LE. Mias April 4—A heavy wind aud ram torn alarm#)! the people rf thi# «#•-'I. r. W-dneralav night, but the levees were not tenousfy damaged. Beffkio LIV# "tork Hark-r. ta #T Bi. VV alo. April 4. CATTLE    — Trad    weetpta    for    ch# k. Ifi-i.’O bra aft. amenta !u«teg un* -tame period, ILI-W arad. NI ;oe«ia conaijn—d Chrouich; non# on na.- Market quiet. Extra export oteere **>rt to, ta 1^454 to. . bouw n-*vv -u    a- re    ta    SA:    agtu    oandy to 5 'J? '*3 tla    --raws    sad    unfirm, -xtra.    ta "S-H L to. canun-hi to fool ta    &£pi85:    aaivra. graoaerv ta «b.i. I to; eta!#. §4 5* ’    M SHEEP AND LAMBS—Total reretpea for the week. SA •*» teed <i:ipmeats f«e the auo# perrad. 17. tot berai: 4 Th# Champion Tramp. Blet alo. April 4. — Man nee Namlaht rf this city. write# to Th# Exprra* that he will mal- I trip around the world, -darting from New Y /rk witfejut rn cene in h.* pm-ket. He •ays if hi" Aret tm# is wccwrfa! ae will make a w* ,r. ! 'n# »i’b the objert of beating the tune rf    Sly.    George Fraoeis Tram and the other "renter* who ar# now try ing to braas the re-ord. LADIES! Tf you want an easy and comfortable »bo^. with a hcavv^gijle, one that will Ad am, Mel drum 4. Anderson DRY GOODS. Carpets and Draperies, Bookland itattan«ry, a MERI* AN BLOCK, 39fi-4ffi MAIB HT ti ti RT, Bl'IFALO JI. V. C. C. Penfold Manufacturer aa*! Importer. 3444 H AIN IT, RI FFAIX I, N.|T. DRAT.RH IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, • Uwka, "ilv-rware. Leather G*#*#*!.,. etc. Killed His Wife. New Toff*. April 4—Harare A Smiler, a printer formerly -mploved ira The Catholic News, Arf and killed ais wife Maggie b*-xue -die refused to Live with him again. She ;*f' him * me time ago. and he has besa arrested oat «n< # then for araalilting her with on ax. "miler hral not bean aprured aw eoastgMd tkr*)ugn. I ap to a tote hour Phrucuta sa*! "ITgrate * Bra over Lf , *’* Drug "U're. Boat ton##. Central Area ne Teieghon# Va ta Ceils May be left st Lr-sn a. Biomarrk WtU "till Talk. Bkrlix. April 4.—Prince Bismar :k an-aour.re* that he has bra ided bo frequently #x-preo# his vpini.aas ob pubdc matter" through the preaa Cleary Kaorked Oat. Hot Serin***. Ark.. Apnl 4—Mike Cleary was kin - k#d -rat in the Aret round by Ed Smith the Denver <*hampt*ra. in a f rar-oono* glove vrataat toot night Favor aa Eaat Riv#r Tunnel. New Yore. April 4—The Chamber rf Cotnroerre adopted a resolution in favor rf a tunnel under the East river 14 raral od me Demand fair Choice Se I ex* re *n—p. Jt»    I* : eosamoa se good, ta to    i 4 5~* choice t*> -xtra ramte, fr - to cam-OMO SO go-XL ta --etft to. H i*«—T ai rec*-n*a for the week. SA SM Ara.:    -dipm-ata f r in# ana p-riod. ll.to*: M teraia oan-iraed through '4 -me# rn mra. hor tm a*ti*- pr. re rtightly mw# Heiiuma rate hraw, ta t +14 aifttrd, ta vq^4». Yvtea ta ‘Ii 4 SA pig#, ta #44.i3 I Ctai'.dren Bn mad ta Daath. Mixneapolis. Apnl 4—The Journal* Aaron spra'iakmy*: The fe.'ise rf Wnaelm Brown, rarer aer# »w burned. Three rf his children w h<# had town tacked in the house | while th# parents went to the city were anan ie to gat out and perished in the flame#, j The -n<tort wa# lea# than 7 years ok! keep year feet dry arni warm. s?et pair of D. Armstrong A CV* Hand Welt, common seaee shoos. 1 iiev will please Ton.- SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I 3 Centre Street. a AMRA VIXQ, GOLD 4 SIL VER PLA TISO A COMPLETE I.IXK OF HOUDA Y GOODS AM MAIN STK KUT, ‘JVI#ait# trorinma ti--tel. $500 REWARD! WE trill pay the above reward tor any rum #f Liver ftocn plaint. Dyspepsia, lick Heartarke, lodieefttioa. Loo#upati«>n <w Coat: reneaa w# **anu*#t care with Weat’i T«getabie Liver Pilia, when the 'iireetiona are atrsctly c#»mph#<) ».th. They are purely V#getai>ie, sad never fail to civ* re ti# faction "nifmr CaatsdL Large boxes, notno Qt Vt Pills. S3 -ent#. Beware of reran-tHTfeits, and !0Attau*#n*. The sen'ii ae bubo-f arn re.) only by JOHN C WEAT ta CO. to id by Mo* roe's PH a rn act. D kirk. lf. T.Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. DO TOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? YOU CCT THC WRONG SORT; THC RICHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TOP AND ARE Mkt ab kf GEO. A. MACBETH k CO.. PITTSBURGH. PA. ;