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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York AWX VXX/AXAAX ANA lf vim are tm dc, tut * tor •^farthing r»*ai dirt tai iln T bn# of 6(»*• -t,* ru attery. I will V % t« % intr Ur«t ii-t« i^*»i tot «*»ll ^«® T !•)•* Dunkirk Primus h -rn I mbt We hare «* T 4 T I O * 4 HT ta rtm naniri 91 NM* dee*ira *»•! 4 aalii* Station K -v tor ill* rn*l. far th# p*>*ir. for R h*- man »■** *»«*•• ti#*#, ami tor^the T a#*thetto* la**#- n w RanrrrKB rACiUTiu Th*** aor p, ab th** Pl tijil<Hi.*# ta Chaa-' for turning owl ■it#** ii#*i*a# in ,, =—v    i»*«    is*»    tH F ine Job Printing- NT We ar** Hrs In    ---- m »n<in*ry \ SNNXX vol. xx.DUNKIRK. N. Y. FRIDAY. APRIL ll. is;*.. NO. in. HEP tiESESTATI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK Bk. <iirn>Ki>. »; aaa sa c«wi a## . Arta-tn- Pfcotoxrrapoer. Iaat*ataa#.m« Pbun aiakiba of Ba nm a apaoalty. -tier-•mal not aal for iauhi!i< «***ap» f‘,r ah tea ,OOK BODKST-J AKIH iKTlna. Vt >-ft pretor, N<x M A. fieraad nlrrrt. arar B if-no street, Dunkirk. N. T. Mas is:a- a, Mu a, Pampbirta. rb*., l»>«o i ia a *t <#- or *<*r ■«»«l>t;- stien<Je*l lo. Ail work guar sn ire* I. ii L KA ll AK a CHIH H KHI MOC HK. jar central A ••aaa. Wfcoieaaia ao4 retail dealer ta la pursed a aal lo aret.* *. titan. «i»aa* a ire. A* • IMAI TAI lit % KirMX, Mas**, Ii per tar .iran ami Bob; -I af stable ia c**naact»ua. Victor R. l«r. VU- a a* I JST Lion * inset. C •ITI H ikh»:k SHOP Chaa. Stag ie. Prop. V    ’    K*. Caller I Ake Shore NaUoaal Bank. *s»raer Cen ber aal Third tUeea A due stock of fore;po ami Domestic * .far*. i KlkilLk A SOV 331# center street. Practical Qurse-stmers. Particular attest!***) s+ja |u interfering lei mn*. suoeicp of rom. it .Or ti. a rf bors#* a * penalty. ttklkk KVfc>l.\ i I'ltsLKl EH. I .ar gen t Dkiif ic tar county. Aa aar^ua. e«l advertising ani. am. DI > tai KH LNbl>KKKl>b COMP VHT. lunrorti seiiaw A Pop pa. Maaori* lurers uf kii*. ut #, I*.'tiers, Pulley* uaft.urf Hagens., el*. Pattern*. I'urftogi, aal.Ufa, ana Ma*'tune vt at to af*ler. I . I > K I UK sHIKT IO, AK. i« tr. I . I I I center street. Maputo, turera of til* Nr.mwei.*’ an i "Uoamrk” peri*# t - dam* Urea* -sinrte. ob sa.* in sui tea* ii of furnish! ag. »,..aiing aa.i try goods bonnes in Uunk rk. Dr. TOOMEf, CH and CW Lion street. I me let .a floor, fan I. *.t» Bairn Hay. Pbee na* tea. eke. Baftah! *ae>t, b<T7 > UL BOTEL au«l Din arf SO.. un, Unioti P. Depoe Ka#f access w ail train* and bu*-aaa* nousra Beat ac com ablation a tor Lam —rota i Travelers. John J. Morphy, Prop. KBLi KA a to, eT aaa ie E Tbsrd san et. flee I us alture, Cabinet Ware aal Cp-aoinierisg. Picture IP ran#® rn*.ie to order. * l> M % ITEM IN A IO IM centra* Ar*. a- ter a ( f men.no an I t»ent.iui«n < leu; liers | AkM I '•TP VU HEA TIM* IO.. aaiacturer* of steam Healing Apparatus. Sanitary P. urn in ti# a Specialty. 1^0 *tE 'Ti VU LAI MIKI Hit *peoa.ues:    Fine    Sb.iU,    loc;    Cuitars, Caffa, P . aaa Lace Curia.aa. Free Deiiv-•. A W. Cum u.. af*, Ail Cen tar street. rf. (OHM. C. Tbirii ac. cor. of Buffalo lot.' ti;ref a;*-! :* i a r. I ne B* * ti* A ' <<es KS KT WE1LEKS SHW 'TOKE. ..JU ft . rh. ■ -c I" - #*.      M    - a . imenta,M.*kaS-ni a.i»aiij *a<lwt«A;* Pacers I everyUi;» rf pert*.a.ag lo a drat cia** book ■«. • . - >H FKl#Tt>0 if ivery description ami a’ Unreel arui# rate* by Dan kirk Printing Corn pan v, b ami IO A. s«ct>u4 Sc H TAB HI HA> A    Fin*    L ie Acc. lea aaa «»en*ra* Ina anc aa lien.-la he* fc-iai# and L* ace. Par.ar uCud paia to me c ire of proper * collect rent# Ac ii * center *c. in* I door. MB Hi >K’S PUA I, H. Vt T, Arf ceutra; Aveaoe •Iqaariera tor tv aU Paper Pa.a . <n'*, Ac. CHHIN s. J. T. JUS* center atrede aaoiacvnrer and Sea er in Mar at m, sad iiea. coliar*, I runt*,* b I**, Buffalo k - e*. wCovm «*U*re# MiWeu*and -leiflJ K* rn. IC MOL TKA. IT Baal Tin rd *tret*C aimable Tai-or. OeaLemen arui dad it to r advantage to cal! on me before pa re aaa; ag • ae re. B. CAKY A CO . tad Lion ntxeec aer* liar* I ware, vt h; u* Lea»i.Oii*.Pa.at*r'* ca Clo iii*. Gnut ie tv are. A •peevish# rent. tv ilLaaa* Pa-land Monroe nag#. CLANG. s.ion aa biank-booka, ieiiger*, aa l all kind*af lmalt* lone at Dunkirk Prtauag Com {may, s and id L. Sevood sc I DOLPH MOLDEN HAI LH, Cor. Third and Buffa o -    . eaier in u ran.rn. Marble, . g.og and .Lag 'lone. •Cai* im me iooi baying r i; ie-w t.» ISL KY A UU, T ana 9 Bael Front atreec Wbiaky. WiDea. Bran Lea. General Liq nor store for Family Cm* OHL HT M HAY, Lion street, near the iepoC iieriiiig. su.e, Fee*i an i Liverv Staoie iuog by the ‘lay or week on reaaooabte J. t» I FEO KIL sol Central Ave. Up ire). Genera. laauraa**e ana Beal La tab Fire, Life, Accident, and Live stock joe. Prompt attention git im to fcuyiai! bag Beal Betate ION Ka. TS E. Third #C, cor Deer l»*‘r Meat V *r»et. Freak, •ait aa Meat*. Lari, sa.aagea. ut stem an CS. JEWELRY, AC. be Aurv>ra Baiir*.ia*i W#ira frssyaTrSw .* I HAK. Mer-aaat Tailor. Ult Central Avenue profession al E*JLPti, M. D., Puyvi**Tsn ae«1 Surgeon tr LTi.u'4 Drag Store. Rem leace, Central Avenue Talept»«wi« No. I Calla uav be left at Lv e't THI. SILVER QUESTION' discussed at a meeting at sena. TOR 'HERMAN S HOUSE AGRICULTURAL REPORT. ATTACKED BT A MOB. Fleeing from doom SWIFT TELEGRAPHERS.    STOSE fiieaerml \NKW Kl LINO Mkt HINE tor ruLng . all, kta-ie of blank* t* the la tom t a id. tine to he de turn <*.al Depa*-tnuiat ofGwk DaakirklPnati irffr on#pant ALEX IVIiEK - Civi ta I Fowl J ar*.. *' • , Centra* A venue, ob po#, ie N*k*l b*{iOi A.I gra*iee af Hard and soft A .41 Limber, .'h.ar •• and I-ain. Free teiiv ■* Correa pow dime tor whole** ie k»ia witBteL tnlliull if f'oinag* Meeting Hltk Great Favaa and a 9f»aaure I’nuMm* for Vowediieg 4 ppma > aiaf mg It Likely to , to# Adopted toy tho Nutt#— Weatem Hen May kgroo to a f nm pron* tee. Cmraoo. April IL—A *pe**uvl U> The Hora 1*1 from VTiodung** n eft; A mooting at tA** iwrnnuttee a pf jointed hg 1 the Re-puLiii an mu<iL- to *x>ma*l»*r the silver quMetum waa bel*I out night at the home of •Setiat* »r Shrmian. S* jtuo progreea wa* ma*ie hut the bdl to be f•relented to the an u* wan f md -lr fin; to I y lotorTmnod *10. On# pi *mt ha# boon ma*ie clear tlnnng thee# iedbomr* k* tau* far- that enmething very ake unluaitoil emnago 1* too meet with I af}.n.vai of tho donate at tin* waoioa of 000-gisaw Tho w irk af tile emu*'ti* •xjumuttae now m directed too propamg a --omproRium Ti*-aj»ure 0*1 wh.< h the Repubii* an mernlieni >f the wnato an unit# but tho mf' rmatioti na* ■'•mo to the Ref ii Moan worn tor* with «muo dirwtm-H* that too Demo Tat* - neoa- j t»»r* will vote iinn«t witiaiut exrw(iti«in for freo <itsago and a* nevoral Ref.ubb«*an or*- j tor* mmt vnto with them <>o thin point, free Avorage of Che Br«*9*tuff C I*mmo* wa Llv« 'tora. WAMnshiTnw, April IL—The eondiUow af winter wheot - «n Aprtj I. aa rap* r ted by tho Hatigrwa of the department of agm'uituro. *verag»o 91 for tho en'*rn breadth The general average f r rye a HSI » Seeding wa* late in the Rate* of the central valley*, be- ; a>i«o* of drrx/gct. and the soil wa* therefore not in the beet etwviiaon, but the mild winter OCggiB—d gr >wth until toe plan ta wer» too tuxunant to ».’h>t*n«i tho uaual vunaai-ti*ie* of MarrHh. Riswnt fmet* have rut j iowa tho growing plant* qa.te generally, ; an*! m e-t or nibmerg«*i a-ea# 'h*- root*have j •■wen «iest roved. There are rep* -rte - >f reoifjarati'in by *prout-ng and >-efiewM<i growth rn thai reg*rn. j Vt ber*- ? / - r - are tat tot, gr**at mpravo-metit wiu £.1 w with g‘>*i weather The j fa«'t that th# nu ta are an wed developed rn favorable to imprn ragto ut Iii ti*- - 'n •.ne - :l ------—M— -1- bettor ei»*i:tj* n. and the Tho *•* THE CARLIST LEDDER STONED 9Y MS OPPONENT’S. log Away wa* generally in eariv an wa -ie v«l- Monee a.i.* -u«. They Sot Ft * to the ( »Mwi I Into Hoc*# *uJ OM un tho Wok of tho Firomen Tho Militia I *1 *i4 Out awd B*rrl< a*M — fad gnat ion %t Vt#*** Other f #--»n 1 New*. Valanta. Af*ril ll —The Mar^oia of Cerraltrf- the 1 ’arliat leader, arrived here ycaterlay His <s Ping had teen pr»vu udy ; annuun«-wl and tho*i>a I- i.f a u-t ar -r-aaemb-eii at the railway    n t-> ■ v: ■" -- their dr-teetatnm of him and bis erase A* ( he <t#pf-ii fi it* the tre.n h- va* / t- * arith Jeer* ami gnatnj*. and th#- wfc* U» r a J Win we*! him u> hi* tx 'oi. A* he entered the . botel tile in* b a*ta< kod the buaz with an December and January I ®i.*ta* t wa# »o.;t.. *#..1 «u*<i determine i-imag.’ an far aa the senate •'an the qi#>tit.n> we ins aim'et a*attr*d Th.* in (ti tat ion 111109* from the newt re- haNe - i. —> sr-! it rn tho uiformatiun on which the iiepuhifc'an a a*-us mma rte* a arung is jiuo <>f the Repubh* ait ematuf* are bitterly oppimed to onlmuted coinage anil how to remwdo them and the silver ad vin ate' «. a# to prevent a «f Ut .11 the Kepu J irf'an rank* a the problem with whi«-h the • -mu*'n* 1 mm it tee rn w rear ling Many ‘if the western aiver men have et pre? wed a willing- f pees Ko vote far a <*P«nprr>C!uae mea.-ure if they an be pis.-*-! in tho right attituile be- | f«*re their people but if the iNmocratii' mem- . tier* vnto w*ii*i!v for free o ■ tinge it w<ail*l be politi**al *u»i id# t*» j*rev>-nt with their vote# tho <*oci»umiuati<iQ for whw*h tho Wart bae tieefi working w> many faME Tho Repuhla'aii inemtjon **f die b u* held a i-aui'U' last night to «•• n*i<lor party pi>hcy Th# wiver q- eoti.ai w«* tuktm up imm*'io*teiy an«i .ttseuwied ar great length. During the j di-v-nwi. >n a remarkable feeiing in favtw of I unlimited ivHnage deveh>ped. ami if present .TKti-'atii'O* ar“ of anv value tho h'Mwe and enate will yr un bef ire iong in pausing a bill providing for fro coinage Mr. Conger of * th;< w«# the first *t»*fiker at tile .uji.'bi licit n _ht He explameil the ! pr*»vsalon* <>f hi* wiver bill. Ho wa# foil* -wed by Mr Walker of Ma.**a<'hu!<ett#. Mr I’an-non of Illinois. Mr McKanlov of < Maio and Mr t’arrer ■( Montana Mr » «rvr rn.**Ie a strong pie** f«>r f"«e aomage. The hotiee ami -enate silver bill* were dis-'UwmmI at length At tint the general ten-ien* y *een#*l to lie in favor of the bouse bilL ; The view* exm-*-ed were an diverse, however. ’hat it wr* tgr*-*I that a eon nutter pf tlfteen rrenii* I-- -. ink! Le* appointed to nn-*ult with a li t; tr.-e r tiepublu'an member* of the amnte arui devise #nr mean* ' that wouiil b»- .n -*rTe- t a 1 mpr ■tnise ami to 1 report too a --jik-us t*j he bet.I in til# bouse on Midday night. A rewlutgm to thi* effect! was ad*>pteii ai d the .ainui a*ijoumeii Gut- , ernor Dmgiev of Ma;ne pri'iiied. >pe»1 rapidly, ami in ■uiff r* I ne re or bam from attarka nt the Heietan tiv In Mar h froata were very gen- j eral, d*-• * -nog ami w-fiietinies kl.ling the plant- -I-.wa t toe ground, bat not injuring th# root* esref* rn wet place*. Th# 'trop look* brwwa rn NVw Y'-irk. but tho 'tate Agent Ls-, .** *' it better tuna itkiokc The •thor mifitle rtate# return wheat in good <s»-• 'mo Tile P-1 *Mt bae had an extraordinary anniant *d nun ami -m w eh;- h bas delayed *eeil i Bg ami in j *red the early town arwaa Th# average* 4 condition of principal *tataa ar** ae folio rn: New Y irk. *M; Pennsylvania. W; Ohio, s7; Michigan. IST, Indiana. TU; I 111- , no*,*. 7* M;*aouri. S3, Kanas.* *T; I’ali-forma, TI. The report cf condition of farm animala marwi ta# average* a- f ill- w* H ira, '=FT 4; I attle. Hi; -n—p. MKT; swine. 96.4. The : pen-entoge <1# I* wee* iff firm an anmia by ii** j #a»*. winter exf-’e.ire or dherwrne. a* eeti to; it. TW ^barged upon f them. wifoe the r> '-r- w    aaauy *eruai*lv A ntodi of V!*»o mv»te<l th# Car!i*t c ob rooms, vet fire to the furau’ure ami en-, av-ored to olsgm< t the work of the tire uen The criv wd then amashe-1 an.    a    -"mr nag# dan ting in the .'airt yar>i Aa->ther mob atr* in{g.-d to bum a Ann h. The troop* I raven fe»l them fro 1 fie n; tLd ai . ig but ere unable to diapers the crowd, which CQWtantlf im-rea-ed    rn numWr* F aally the mob raaseil two barr ‘i*I.w in rh# *treef* and to* k pueit; n* * ad rh.-rn. The a- j tar* autn. rdie* have : i rn .Hand -f th# city ami me ah- ie game a .* under amis. The memi*-r! f the Carlist dub firwi re-' vol 1 *n» into tW rowd lei m ranis wounded ' three of the rkffara    The rn-    u mas ie an at tempt to *«.-k the .lrbat Were prevented bv the nu.ira y Ord r wa* restored -shortly af*cr n.uln.ght. Th# troops I to be attai-ked bv ztm n. a ens. Fyaneteeo f raak* R nnii Frow* the FlowM. San Fxav i>‘'<■>. Anni IL—About WO par- a* hav« d-rt (Jasiami wuhm las uwt *uree * »the great arthel .naeami t.iial 'va*# pm* lifted by the WnadwortWtks *o taka j lac A nl 14 Tber» was a big meeting of negro d-• m seaiert at the miiwav itatioa w»*rnw*4iay art. rn- *>n ami anoebeTe^ *»r* seamed To flee fr in the wrath to cook. Th* ntgrrai dei n*-t MHU partu*ulariy wormed at the imr#r-. -.5 calamity, bot sang ami beat ♦ .me vt ti. tr gnpraeks ami umbrei.aa in ♦ rue revival *t*. Ie Tai* train carne*I away to *a.f--tv ma v white believer* al.'O Their fa, a a 'di'ted vein d.ffere«tly fr>-ra what * »id toe c«>l< ired people. They were ait, Iv foreigner*, sad their pale fa***# told tow r they were tmprw»wi by the awftiles-- of the ta ngs that are to happen on the 14th. There vr# tracea of tear* on the fa ce* »f the women auionz them. Pm ivablv Thirty e« pie to'-a tee train far the Sierra* Wednee-.av. a*. . uany fled to th# hul- ba* k of Berk-► ley. Several of »he <ie‘*u^uig crank* were aland declared they were leaving rail nu became G«»i hail plainly revealed 'he apl mr h-ng catanitrophe and they -bared mit ricj, ba* waimng. I Lf ■■ t :.'*r ai unu'uaiiT warm and this, akr .1 i nu,vt, «a with the lunar rainiiow a ftp'- ... i. - ago, m m-gamled a* .aumous of ♦ he approaching upheaval THE RkO'O SEND'NG TOUpNMENT NEW VORK. IN r A f*at*«i af Nerve Wen toy Mr. H. Vt. Fell or to Mf Hertford, lean.. Who 9«<P the Re rn irk 1 tole Levo rd et i«W 14 .rata Five Millet#* — The tither PH 44' In wen*. tm : HI LDR ENS CARRI AGES.) HE CH GAMBLING IN CHICAGO. --inUirate I owtroi- the Entire Kn#in*w. >0 Police Interference. Chica VprU ll.—TV.# Ttaiiv 5ew* «ie-to— a-, eotuir n*sr* toe as exp *#••/gambling it!.-    .    which, it -aV*. in g .uig an mere I Op-til y *1,4 m , mr di used n rr»tor* re gMMTkHv than ever before. general FOREIGN NEAS. TmDrfnatton •« l/.T' 'T ~r I erupt all the pi'int# Ii # •nar#.l a-, -i-vf 1.4 for horse*. I for cattie    K 7.3 few *W#p. ami 7 4 f.jr -wine. TW Iomw* from winter -xpoaure of .Tattle nave Wen very Heavy m th* Northern Rocky mountain Wit    fhe Pa.-iffc roast, while it 1# lifllcult to* get mf vxnatioo fr-vn the rrarhes it w ••ertAjn that Montana biabo, M'adnng-tnn, 1 >reg-hi aiel ^.-difiiruia have birt Wavily in U>th Wrd' ar..l d** k» by the serer* *torma ami deep snows >4 rn winter which ha# teen jut* jtf reiua* Bable miklueae east of the nu*ui-taine Th.* rep. rt indicate the i«*ai by ex poaum*. throughou* tw<*>ontry, of ruoce Than * in ilia jQ cattie and still larger I. wee* of ♦Wp._ th# Po! *ee Vleaaa Wifk « MB* iaW Lovdo.v. April I! —TW utter inability of the Vteuua pi-H-* tov oor«e witq th# ri. ♦ *rs 1    - r * ’ -    ‘ • d 'h** n.-w.cv -ut {nu I. u»# ha* -'ailed forth a ir-oerai howl of indign*- |l'Lf pm.rai to raid tW b-u*#* >4 tW .iehn- ane of the eat!re pntti# fore# * member', inarend of Wing wacs and morality, have be-- me p«> ii-.u r* ... m*M*slil| ami pr>4e«'torw ir e. It *'t ana ten that The ren*ipu of e gaol 1.'mg house* in the city aggregate iiMi#M*jO j*»r rear He aver-* a syndicate of gamhlerx cHifrok* Ii tuem mwnaai; that Mike McDunald n at ** t id t t. an I r*-el veil w*r ivnt f lie rvreif.t* f..r **-ei:nng the poll.*** frm niak HOUSE ASO 'ENA’TE lh# Nee*! A py*r«f>n«t too Hill 'ad Mns-tan,« Fleet .mi ( tem WArfHixoT'v. April ll —Th# h use y#a-terday went int. •''THritt*# f thi* whole on the aa val ap|H'opn ti- n bul. Mr Herbert of Alai a.ma « ffeml an amend-1 men* pro din* for tr# con**! ii ■ f two . inatend ot three coast line hart Ie d’pi His axpendnii nt. W vaid. w*a lamed >n *W ground that the I nito'i State# wa* pr «>*eih. g too ra idly rn the cooatmoTion of batt}# ships. ! The .'rn* ailment was (oat—ll ton. M Mr Peter* of Kanaa* in»:.vevi to -tr;k# *>ut tW entire -'lauae for th# itmrraaeof th# na vt H# believed tiiat rh** Ut >1 staiea had rn' ueeii f battle ship** and i---*'#•*#*I ail th# crtner' that it require I Mr O'Neill of Fenr -^’vanm offered ms amendment perrruttir „ the secretary of the navy to have one 4 the new veesei* built at the League eland navy yiuxi. Ruled out .rn a point <vf orier. Mr McA loo of Near Jersey dented That the naval qnertujn rn between cruiser* and battle -OiifL)-. he tau . it wa* between high and low freed* ani v#«**4§, ami he favored the low- free-b< ard type Mr Cannon of Illinois mid he f earn I that th *** arupa propoaed to be built w .uiki be-nm# obi*<L?t* before completion. Mr Lodge of Mart*>-husetr*, referring toe tW Sasr-ma oontroversv. *uggmt«d that if it had xx'arred when ‘ierroany wa# umier it* prs went g* adance pa>#;< a and not r#a«i;n rn. rht have rul»*d. ami we m.gfc: nave f und urveiveii plunged in * naval war Mr >pinola of New York mid he favored f vt.Alations rather th in battle diipa. Mr Vamii-ver of CokHrado th-light TW neeti of the United States waa for an agyria* vive navy and that it needed fleet cruisers I rather than battle ships, Mr Sweeny of Connn ticut a<lvocate>i tW developtnent of the torpedo svstem. chi mc tu-n of Mr Hniman of Imiitoua the paragraph providing for thr«e battle shijrn wan struck 5H t.• the provision f e an annexed en.-Her Wing >ft in the bill An am#nduMWir offered by Mr Adam* of Illinois providing for three low free-board defense Teasel# wa* kw*. Mr Peter* of Kan-rna withdrew his motion to strike oat the entire clause Several amendments were offered ami ruled oat and Anally the bill wa* ordered rep- rted fav 'rat4y to th# h um The bourn without act*#® at 4.63 p rn wl-ji aimed__ IN THE 'ENATE WaMINOTO*. April ll —The senate v«a-terday continued the d!.iUtoii« of the 1|ctk cana aieetioa case \ ar, -us spee»'hes wer# aiaie na both *ides. no new pi hat being brought up. and wchout disposing *4 the t.alter the senate adjourned. E 3‘LL Ad GISTS. Ow)T Twice    —'!o'*oa-' Hindo'p T.m» Kig for Him. CKICago April IL — Daly played two games rn tin* handicap bi1 cud tournament vest-:-lay a1’■em - n ll*, ir-t wa* against 'atto u, wh. : ,a ed L'rf) to- the BmokJru expert * **'. The • arest «u a very long and r#^me ne At the cad of the twenty-ixth inn ag th# sn ra was — t.'artoo. LJO, Daly. J*6 TL#n th# f rrner treat cd his opponent to a-i * of The same medicine he ad-mnu.».##t*<i to Hewer \»*#.ines»iav when he wirt.vtfJOM.-J ■. ran 74 -n #v#n stringa He •' Heil up 41* in a bunch, ami *h. rtiy after •r-ok the game The sc-re:    Carton. *4S*>. Daly, Lrrfi. Average*: Catton. N l«KiO. »*. . ' -AJB Ten minute' Daly tackled H'-wer H# maeeeii 4' f« ut# in the -weeod haling and    later roi lei #•» beantu". While TXi. hmi    only 3 to g>>. Hewer    puheil up NI md w->n.    th#    ac*'re Daly,    J.*7; Hewer, iN> Average*    Daly, 7    Hewer, 4 1-4. Moaana and Heiser ami Schaefer and Catton 1 tolav to#* isV S ii ami I vee w-re the 1-nteatanta rn A-t night s game of the bkll.ard tourney ' iwM-n waa to play SIM) point# to 276 for Ives. j 'I. ne* n -.tarted in go si fc-rm arui it kvoked in The eariy inning' a* if he w<miki iefeet Iv## t- easily aa Sehaef#r bail Weiineaday night. Hut wtien Iv#s counted TO buttons in the 1 nth it se n>-l a* if omen Let his heart md iL»-r-*af er did u.* play hi* game. Con-#q i-utly the -b. v wooder.” who playeti Ami.bly, twat him. leaving him 67 points tor 'O The scor# iv. L‘.7; Season, 4431 Avenge—Iv-**, ll • .-33. **1 saon. ‘JU 3-22. Higb#*t r ins Iv^s. Ti «eun. AP Hot- on 'trike. PnT>ET.!, Apr’! IL—A general strike of - va em ii v *i in Terr sytvar .a avenue far-torias aud gla«a fa.'tcne' for more wag**# eetns to be in the air. Yesterday seventy-j Ive b»-va employed st the cork fartorv of ; Arni«tr -ny Br* ,v CV. struck. *iemand:ng in increase of .#> cert- a week. The sinks hrcw*; the entire fa • ary into uiienem. There ■ire'.*»> raptor#* Tl.e bl VS are paid from <3 to #6 f er wise a. Th# fi.Tn will ad vert wa or new- bi vs and have a-k-1 for potkca pro- j ■ection. The bov* ararao v**d in McCall vs j Imt ami green glass h- uses joined the strike •f in- sea: Hain hems factory and demand md a-lvance of wag-**. One tL< usand men •rd boy* are aff#, t- i bv the two striker i’be bo vs rn a» ie arca » '.ort for the strike •I qui-rjy that net on# of the blower* knew mytrJng abivjr in until the signal wa* given in ! ther left the faito rwa. TH# Rho»l#« •statement. Pm DAD* LEH I a. April IL—About fifty red * rs f th# insolvent finn of J ha B. it. -ies A Co . proprietors of the Astor mills j f Tv awa re ounty, beld a rn^toig to take AMI act# rn in regard to protecting their-Hereat*. Mr Rhidee preeenre«i the f*dk»w-■ig >tat#ment >jf aeeetoa and liahiutie#: I.iahvJ-!«-*. juiigmer.t*. kl 17.643.07; n* toes anil open .cc.junta. #uT2sr. - -I, to*ai !iabsutie'. f3K>.->1 SIX A -.set*, mills, machinery, farms and ive -to ok, ITHto ♦ •) stork on haivl. b46,iMM>; tuCal ameta. f*4 410. The meeting seemed to favor arrangement whereby Mr Rixvies may 1<e mableii to open the mill* possible lion frau the respectable classes, wh-e help- ! sr# situate -ii agHOi't th# fury of the moi' it tho* revesl##! Coast von Taxff#. the preei- | dent <jf th# nim 1--Serial cimnel! anil aiaistsr j of the intern*ay abo comm in for a liberal I -hare of public enscratiaa and ••ensure foe J not railing out the military aiel pmaaptly i -upprewung th# dtorier This m^sird »! made the more w—picul by the fact that • there are 40.nirf' rro*jfe- in the city whose ser-1 vice* could bari- beei. mad. available within ’ c ' — S The .ii#turl*Mive La* now •aib* I dded. but then* an* grave f-arv ‘rf a renewal j •if tbs rioting ‘ii Mat I, when rn general boll- I day am<a-‘ workingmen will Ie observed aiel | caeetings will he held to aritate tile quectioq i af xhoit hour' an I in- re par. rcHkiBui grmma Passenger' of the Duhfin -teamer Ame*. , who were laT'k-ii ar lrf*ver, rviaTs a tale of j terrible suffering Maut .rf them wvre abeo ' iutely nakioi an I evp« ♦#.! to* th# bitter cold. j in open b*>at* tm* ii thev were chilled to tneir . hones. A few of them were fortunate en. ngh \ to pmcure hlsrk-*t# in which to wrap them-selvw*. bat #vrn thew* coverings aff jr<k#.i bot slight protection from the biting w uni* a FU Bu. rr'T'.a- >mai A publv* testiricniai to tee officers and crew of the Briti-h steamer Calliope w m course rf prvparatc n. and its pn-wntatv'c •ill be math* ;be orca#:--ti of festivdy. N th on b.lard ship and s#b- -re The testimonial is in rersignin.-n rf the heroic conduct of the ship s (Diorasy ii saving *h»* ve*ei by purtiug to wa in the teeth of th** hum«*»ne ar Sam a whicQ wrecked the Cenaaa and American war vessel'. Th# Calliope is arar at Porlemon th ami » visited by kaadiwkof cariosity seeker* dailv The V• svB#*he Settling rn antboritv for th* #ta»i*men tost Eaiivn-r Wiiiiam ho*deckled Bo relax th# stringent regalatv'tw now governing th# syuto>m of passport* on the Franco* Gerciiin frontier, which acti. n will he folio w#»i by a similar exercise of liberality os the osrt of France. A drastrrssi tire uccurred at Mnhlbeim, Germanv, ,i*—*r< >ymg fally cme-half of tbs village an.! r*»rwtermg bewend hundred people hnsnsii’si. The Figan- ■air' the meeting betw^n the emper*-r' rf < rermanv arvi An-tria. wbi’ h will take place at Wei#iA.!#n toiiav. sri ll br urglar rvr.ri ; : dev‘jte.i rn gr#at part toihea^ na rf th# .tnt<‘k Mr 1,j .ap fea.*;biiity rf re.iucmg the armament* *f tn# ..r* -':. h the side erf p w-r« The water m the river Elbe a !ow#r th in it ha* been at ant wfsaon of the year for many veanu The trip- at the larger v#»«cis navigating the river have been •uispendwi and th** 'n ta Mer • ne* ar# linable t*> procee«i above Rrun>wMftu-ea. The Jajsi ee go»ennient ha* sent two engineer* to Berlin to ately the teif*ph,^ne «v'-tem with a view rf e**taWi*hing lines ia Japan -H«»» th# IT..- g mr * .1 Man -hot is Tern. I T'-    ' a Anni ll.—la a conflirf sr it ha 5-urg'ar, George B. Grimes, a prom-nr,it n.#r ;ar, had aa ev- -b t .»ut ami in i#f urn fal ilh -le t his a-#a ’a L Mr Grimes aw ke and discovered the front d»jor open. bl# !•■ rf**: n the hali and -aw'■ •me ae rf.icd-aig at th** ton rf the stain Mr. Grimes shot ■ice, bitting h ' man with, *me IsilL The ar -hot*, one rf which in tbe eye, catting Th.- face. Th# burglar a- ii'cov#r-d jujit hs‘> •* n»ra in a cellar • ct two blocks awa;. K# was re*vgn:aed 1 the i - ice arf James Quan. alia# Stephen ■ ho was re'.ca -« .i from Fort Ma.ii-n {en ten ri ary. Mardi 24. AN INT ERV EW A T H STANKEY Hi# O<>n<i*mea. —George H FVD. Tell Deliver#.! I p by New Yon*. April ll who wa* trmvi with P J ( Lateen for mmphcity in atti-mptmg to> rrwit the Sixth Xationai hunk. wa* ai. reiviered to United .  . .    ..__ States Marsha^Jac>biw bv John McDermott, 5    ..., ^______ 'arprtwMl sr Germany'' PrornMon* — In Intereafing l»i-rl -tir>>. L/vtdo*. April ll. — H‘*urr M. Stanley, in an interview at Brr'.; -k -aid be did a? ♦ be ttevc that Emin * -al i r.sx# a v at* mpf t* (wonqcer the e.ur.t- imi p# iv im e he £• rm»-r!v governed. T re .v -r th# provita* e. h^ aud. an laur.roe elf rt w ,.d Ie ne-- *arr. neater ;n»ie d than the reoiSts w u-1 ’.oat said hard fighting » u.d •# •-•■■•    .    *■ *■• •» the Mahd.-tn. Ile -vpi ■ -a*    A'    are tour*led at the terrttorvii p*-»T m- ms rf G#r-manv who spparer.tir clain. -l ti»* wt»*4e rf Africa. The G nu#** could c ure the aer vices of Tlppoo Tib if they were wui.ng toper his pnc® L'mier the pi^wnr** of per*i.-.t>*nt qu-**ti.io-tng Mr Stall *»y diwLeci ar, imp rta it fact, which, he arn], he had nten {•■d t rev, nj only in h.# forthci moi* book. It ai tiw* statement that the Aru * en f.west be’ r-r- >tate. anil ut e*»or- Sr ! ii g tier -'n. -T. I nu-'* StoetosNB *Ur-TxtrfBpe can ic .4 lichting T. 3A(t. Mi’dt, Afcil A Row at Frw#.lienee. Providbscb, April IL—There wa# an ex citing tune in the hoc*, rf representatives vescerday. Tbe Dene'-mt# came within one v.vte of adopting a    deswa* fee for the od** rf beer and light tine The Republican* thought this was .tome to win the irfrmaa-Amenraa vote. Dilatory tact u-s war* a>i- >pte*i by the Reimhlicunsi. some rf whom ran out of the state home too leave th assembly Without a quorum with the sheriff in full pursuit. Speaker Miller Dean expanded Speaker Reed s tactics bv counting absee? asem tem in the negative After great ••oaf uju< n he house adjourned. •ne rf hi* bondsnieu Mr*. Spanidmg. a sister of the a- i'i-ed. who wa# n the bond with I McDermott, offerwi b- n-Ls in tbe ann of eSd.is* , bur the United > at#' commiasiooer raguired two bomiamen .a fJS.iWOaadh. PsD wa# ts*#n to laid; w r#et jail. where be wilt remain until bailed oat. namely richer rn evervtt -ag than rh* Vian son forw^a Thin « especially tm# w,:h rw gap! rn ruWier, and rn# Aru wino r-_ n w becixne the rurf*-, r®serv«*tr -rf th# #. rid. r*nitll*s PoiaoaeH. Lrrvijt RiX'X. Ark.. April IL—A report , •ocnes fr m Browning Station. FranJdin •anfv. that tbe famllra rf WDhaaa Brown- | ng ar,o George Haines, cornpnemg sixteen peru us. were p» *>ned by rating a wild tnrkev. whio, it b supposed, bad avn mtne j bait ptusoned with -try tonine, that had been set for wolves. F *ur rf the poisoned psrsons were relieved by vomiting but tbe other* ars »upposed to be m a dx .ag condition. Aa Ii jonuui H*enr«. DtlUi, April IL—Tbe comal it tee of thi-|id owner-' convect n ha. _* ut. o-iersti n tbs government's lam! rwhaa* bill. passed a r*#;iu*ion that The ra»fi.*are rn its present form a# mort Lajur:.#t» to) the into* ne. ta rf land owners, wilt fad to giv# the full meat,un* rf its a»ivantages to toe beat lase of tenant# axel therefore mpuires ding.    ■; ape. IL—After max .a- trail-Gr Tai***lay the -teamer - ♦nrti.il her* to take over the ie Tom’s Cabaa” company. The aboard, bat as it natl gmen f -zgy and the ne wia- mnning in the srraitoi. ' apt. Rojst s refnwsd toe g>> nil morning. Thl- irv Tatcd me members rf the Tn*upe. md a sen as-page enraerf. Cape. Biiyn ton's aru 9x1 br k'-ti. and Ncuui Mate Grave# was knocked inseti ithle And at la*: accounts Mei n- t repdoei connrim wea No arrests were ma* ie, aa it wa- n t known who -lei th# hitui.g. It la th light Graves will die -Uoglr^r of tit# Ioi*«#«*nti*. LKwmroT, M#.. April ll.—It haring been rn, - rd th.it duklren that ha*i tieen G'm at 'Le ikw;- ii put farm, the ex-keeper rf winch is now serving a term in the county „aj.i for cruelty to the inflates, hail been mail# away with. aa official search was made and the L«i>* rf two infant* were f. and baroni Tin k-r the bim rf the inst tutioa. Search will be ins L* for other Gsli**s which ar# sail I to )s» baned there, are! a ngnl mvew-fiigmti^n will follow. Th- I ASI#«« '♦♦Lien Trip New Y« rx. April ll.—Th# stealer Majea* tic, I .'ai L Far** L ff rn Uverpooi April A ♦ * murfown At nl 3. winch arrived W^inw •iay niL.ht in a • ;-# f r. nub Ie the quickest ma der. passage fr mi irf'teenstown on record. Vr time L injr 4 dav*. IO h* -ur* anil 30 min-utes. F m og is her kst- April 4. 4CX. mil*-*; 6, 444 adkw: 4. 467 milan; 7. 412 arite: 9, 455 rn.I*-s. % 4.*1 rw!V-• ot the Wether*. Ptttwbcaa. April ll.—The score at liju a in. of t « fifth day rf the 142-bour walk .ng match foilow*: Herty. 411 miles. Moore. 4db; Hugbeik. 3Mb. Noremac. 379; Howmrth. 3WO; Horas. 360; Connor*, 245; Golden. 353; Taylor. 224. Fox. 119; Guerrem. 147; Cm. aer. 1« Nolan. 156, Barclay, 107 I>#srb of Mrs. Fev-tlnsnd Wttrd. New Trait, April IL—Mr*. Fenlmand Ward. wit# rf the ex-broker now bb Slag Mr.g, die.! yesterday at Stamford, Conn., rf BULtminnie n of the euunadk She was 35 years old. She I a e a son IT years okL Y~art Ila- two years inure to wrvs un pnaoo Aa Flection Contest. New Yoke. Apn. IL—The Jersey City mayoralty election, which resulted in the success rf Orestes Cleveland, the Dem*w.*ratic cainibiar#. ta to ba contested. Mr George F. j Perkin.-*, rh* Republican candidate, wa# de* f sated by the neavy Demo-rate' maJ- rd,es roileii up in the First and Secoml ahleroiamc iwtrv'ts. It is charged by the supporters rf Mr. Perxins that tues# majorities are fraud-aiant, and he has consantad. at their request, too make a r tai tart .4 I»#n*i#e t!i|»ln*iMb Fax mu KT- x. N. B. April 11. — Harrv Whit# an.; h s * if# were clean mg their fumi- tiire v. ith '»■ r se. Th# lighting rf a match an-* .1 th* I.    i to vTpl'dr. ao«i in an in- •Kant t.b**r - 'n; wa* .na blue The cries rf I b e a id is - .* ■ anti litile ‘“hiid attracted a lar- * cr d    vt • an*I ilr*. Wl^te and the hikI w#r# ta*:eri fr en tne boose servsaify if nok fata.iT '' anted. f •*«*» Htirni In I uonhio ♦"'HTY va -vt TV to. . Arri! ll.—’ he fiercest tcva io-ver spec tu TV ming sw#t>t amas sou*’ -rn pe*c rf the territory Whines-v T *•    *    •    ted    all railroad traffic amt. ut ti: he -non im bs Grit -rf this ♦*> per , *•-!. i;»-1 a sum estimated a# burh ii- ..i* Annum is pm*I to members rf • * city adn . I*i'atioo for immunity frsn ti # in 1 rien-mw. Os* Her* f AAfeier VaatsfeMsa F-is'T- V, M on. April I*, -ft G. Tv# to n. • adi.'-r off til# Frwrton National bank, has it-if ivied and carrtod ante him a large #um f OKusy, variously eriiinan I ar fnioi 960.-*♦ *) to ti '*.*#*>. He has* undou. tedly gone to * 'arada. ami .is jiwmiar.md by E-tt»*r FSber-’ ■ n. •nee a reign tog belle at Regina, Norther.—t '! .-rr ' r r. For -w naonth# Tweeton Hi] iieea o-itT.ji^ a Wuk? -watii rn local circles .md hail I •-r* very proounent in cterch work. IX, ugh he spent mud) aaoaey ami .a*.# it fr.* v ii: -ve#v direetioo. hj* honesty was a* t -pi—r,.tt;«"d until th# en*I rf la-t #* . wl;. is a -:n**uiar “nvry attract#*! in# r -nti«a!» of th# bank office!*. Luvsetijratkm '■ Ii*'"#ii» a*-d r-n. learning rf it. -le-•wmpeil Tse ton's nu reties sr# w#»!vby. and the bank sal not be a loser. v> tx -*i Mr *hi-*h in'* li.tnk Mnffmtnt. A lux ny. A, iii ll —A »ni bl vman Bh«whan exwnted a b*i !uuit fiank nwniBMri yester-•lay. When The t«o-*l*.Uar a lay tall wa# up «od under ttinnrainn there w as a general * ai mg out of m#m i wr- who wanted to .•sign Tot.ag. Sering this, As»..-mbiyman :: beaten aw .-veii a call of the betise. W bra -.1 th# tneuiber* were corraL.ii Sheehan -H no fly n:oved to* take the fpSkJ. QUO canal .Ii from 'I*! tot Me ami put up- n it* in iwjr rn gr--    the bill up and ;-as»sl it by sixty ae' en vote* under a call rf rh# a* u-e ti pow an ’ • -r • .IL Sheehan was warm! - • 1 m?u-au I . r hi# hrilhant stroke ta ♦rat nz be oui-, -.mu rn**®, anil the canal men ar- ta i. _:i :'#a*b- : • rar their aucoeas in the foiX),<Xii) lail pas *t New You*. April ll.—The national fart ®#^rifr«l>hir»g t< urns meet. which took placw yajitcniav »ft**m*c>n ami evening in Hard man hail. Fifth avenue and Nineteenth rtreet, WW the most interesting event id the kind in the historr rf the telegraph. Tbe hall was crowded, rue snd #n*w including not I q . raly telegrapher*, bet a surer*- * number of Jnpi# not familiar with the art, Imt who had Iwen aftrsc^eri by the novelty rf the crmtert. Among th<we competing for fche van. ms prism were the very cream of the telegraphic fraternity, the exje-rts both in speeil am! excell*Mice rf tranrttuaeioa. The hall wa# fitted up with telegraph wires, batteries, and send mg and r#i**i v mg apparatus. and the matter transrmtred eouki be bear.! all over the room. Eiah contestant wag given fire minute# in which too semi as many word* a# (raibis fnsn a printed form Prises Were awarded both for the highest nnmlier of word* ira nan. rte* I and for the per-frx-thni with whuh the M r*# ‘-hsraeterx were riuale. A prise wa# also given to the operator making the lese copy in receiving the matter a* sent. The afternoon wa# devoted to the lade** ■tass aud the -old tuner** * rfasa. the latter being npen to thee# wh»* have been >«ot-ra&i>rs fixr twenty five ye*in or over. Each .vm-te-tant hail his or her partisans among the auditor*, arni was warmly apptarilmt <n taking the piatform. A large >leie .atwin of uewvpckj #*r tu-n was pm—t ma a i rf the reporters Gung ok I teiegrafiber* ? heirteelvwe_ and they 'levin red that the pubis* iota rest in the affair wa- something remarkable, ami in fact sueweiL*.I that taken in the n*-ent bil-liani toumaineuL Mf. End t athn. a veteran telegrapher, wa# manager rf the tournament, and the lodges w#r# Water lr FYmi.ns. general ■nsniier rf th* Unfte-i Presa; Thomas R Taitavail. editor rf The Eiectric Age; George B. Usher, manager rf the Postal Tek'-raph « ahlet-om|**ay ; EL F Howell, teeter of the Western Un..» main . tfl-e, >'.*w Y«xrk ami «Jv rev E. H- ibn-k of the New York World C. W. Price rf Hie Kic trrcai R*view was -tarter ami W. J Johnston rf Th# £]**«#meal Work! was timer The enter hotor* rf the #720 in priaes tm Andrew 1 arue-rie, (ism Thomas T. FVkert. Tboma# A Edison. Walter P Philiipe. A. B ♦ ha miler, the United Press, the A.vas'iareii f*re*K The Elextrical World. Tbe Electrical Review. The F.iei tm* Age. the E H Greetv -v.uHsiny, J H. BunneD A: Co., the Western Electric cnmpanv. the New Haven ( Lick i'mnany ami FL H Johnsna. I he first <*ontest rn the afternoon wa# tn he im I ins cia*, free to ail. first prise #50 #40- third, ri) Him Kittt# B. -r.*r.h**u#ri)) rf New York won th# first prise, *eu*ling 2i. »    Mjw Belie M. I (ennui rf New Y.»rk. w-^tsl pnae. 212 words; Mi* E. R. V %n.seli>w rf New York. third prim*. JKJ *°rd#. Mns* TiJlie V Fnwcbel rf New York won the special prise rf BLT. offered by the f n.’tosi Pre— for exci-Lk-mv* <v>mbin«si with •peed. Tbe oh* eld contest was thaf. rf the -ok! ti "era. * Mr Albert A. Arr* rf the United Pre*. New York, won the first prise of 450 for highest spee,! •>» wonts* ami ai*• the spec,.] pnxe rf rift offered by th# United Pre* foi exceiiem'e • "rn hi ne wirh «pee<t Mr Fred Latlm rf New York won the sec md pnae rf WO, w? «iiag 217 wor.f# Th# othercoariwteriB were G. M. Ei>n ,Uer. Pittsburg, Iii? worts. and J H. Dwight, New York. iiWrda The next competition was in cia* A. open tn all operato r*. First print $100. %N"nd #70. third #30 ai d a special prise rf 4^6 rffeml by tbe United FYe-w for eXi'eUem.v combined with spee-l Some rf those entering in this lase wilt during the afternoon and some luring the evening. After all the cowtartrinte hi this .-Urn hail finished it was found impossible to itoi ide the win liers, and the judges agrwsi to mn- cher trial which occupied a go.*! .b*u of time The rv„uit filial, an* - ••hi «! wa-First priae. H. B FnBock, Hartford, Con a, JRO words; woond pr.ze. TV. M. Gdwoo of the United Press, New York. 239 words; third priae. Frank G. Kl mn of the United Press New York, lit* w- eta I rn red FVew pnae. TV L Wangh. of the L rn to# I Press. New York. ‘229 worrit Th# next and la-r ctmtoevf wa* in cia* B. open to ail except thou# who have a record rf semimg NIO word# inside rf eleven minutes The first prix* rf 4*5 was won by Frank L. CatLn. New York, who sent 351 wnls in the ailote*! time rf five rn in utra The second {.nae. 4»k*. was won by TV L. Waugh, the United Presa, New York, #3 work*, ami the third. 430, br Frank English New York. ‘225 words. Tbeipee»ai priae offered by the United Pre* for exceiienc*. combined with speed, wa# we* by J Hmm P. Bradt rf the Unite*! Press, New York. 230 worda Th# prize rf «J) .>ffere*l by Mew*r* A. B Chandier and Fr-d Laflin for the dearest traa-iuiseion. rec*r*lless rf speed, wa# award mi to Al Vrt S. Ayen rf the United Pre*. I New York, ami a similar priap off<Hred by j gent# men to the receiving -qerator I who TUHito the beet pen ami ink copr from j W. L. Waugh s trauoniMMon wa# taken br I Thomas R. Ta! ta rail. The ‘Wi#mn in cia* A wa# reached on iv after Mes-r*. PoCock. Catlin. Gibson ami Koteeo« tia*i competed a ss**oml ttme In hi# second trial Mr Pollock sent two word* more than am his first tnai. Initial [V*\viji!»£ R* l1 niinjf BaPk Sleeping Coach is tnk-iiikt the lead, ll* a thing of \ autv, anil thcrvfore a joy forev- i won!, tlu v an4 perfection in wag ti nj; to niak* On* the most er tor anv on* In wh** uses them t very re poet, ami nothing retimin comfortable carriage in the market. IJght-weiirht Rihbe«l I ndenrear fer !adi< •« an I children, at Sc. c.. lOp-t Hic., 20c.* find 4*V. Bt-sl F:L9t Bh&ck llmwry, warrante*! not to crock or stain the feet. A new and full assortment ena- *h ■* tin to ^ive you anything you want in iio>.ery Some ne v ' vi a tit he- plain, «oh»l and fancy striped Hosiery very cheap. Novelty - in Men** and R»y s Flannelette Shirts at 37e . Hic., 4>\. )k>e. A new hue of La*in- Fancy Tucked Aprons at loc,, 28c. and In;. a line liadio and Mis***- celebrated Ferris Corsets men's British and Fide floe** at !»'♦ and 25c and    Bots    Suspenders    ^c.t Collars Dc. and Waist j*. Gent Boy- W aists at -Vt Boys I^ong Iii!(bad Black Hose* 9 ra—-ra ms —Na -rif- ■    '<% Km m SPECIAL A xNL UNoe.riEN 'Ow I* Hit time fur yr-mi us y<>< r toe* a ti r ll lie Lu*# lur di.nj v• .ar an f #rh.- in«S lawn#. Let it Im !<•« •* ay an ■ gardener, ail Uteri call !*•» Vastier-tn.-n.en hruiher'-, ct.ruer La, .a ^n<i -• entl* stretw#. .Next launch we get the    tad rmrest «•#*» in hundred# varietie (h.ui fitoflaad. N ce weeping r- #e f<»r funeral p ta and radix new -hrube jml ere s. dnkre nie **f (Item whien we ail] *eti *u carap mat *->u inuit buy *uine -t them. ^ Ti tDi» 4K I Aim Pa., (ti Vt: rn iv *, HL' 7'.. ■V ■*!., Vi I - I: : I’ ‘ . i I , • j I - I* lf* ' I * I fire. Patent#.‘ av##t# and fee** issue# secure*! rrade Mar to# regt-U-reti. AL Patent bu# Ute-# conducted tor moderate Fee#. Informatc « Advice and apar la I (^terrace# sent on reu»te»t I j    Buffalo, We hare frequent r by mail for B7iHiple« ' eml>roideri€ s. Such * we are pleased to u itm; So'TH can be s gal- i jT us INwawa hned who can furwi-’' a re- ■oui gtv Weir * mx im the b«t*sne-#, bi are tn< nu - ■* may fie pi ably empuoyed ai#** A sew eacatKiaa rn t tiul <’tlw-u B. F. JOHNSON .4 CO., tem St., kit:,®- t*.i, Vt. IyiE SALK—A t*a- t of Hand in Marian # tv, F ontia. (si tb“ 4has*-ii ie 1. I. or small quantrn# to *»r;t pnrefeaaera sere un la grow inc more ramniiy ti: aa any cr part >4 toe 1 ate. rn: ct and Luiet# aic b built ad r 11 road- projert *♦. a *•' d bhp xukiBg mvesitn-e* I. CuarV# M.t. n, Park h eh* -tor, V T . MB-ar ga I bt# • -Ui - •ey id rn Book rmon feiders1 it-*crth, awoieit to#* to marn^t 9■ A. Oread, xj armit it. Yew I .tm ROOMS TO RENT In- cf In the MciH-h-nt# B»ng KtMkitng. lire ot Jacob Wirtr.er or fruit Ma • CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ha** inst rec. ive*I a ’ I I EP •MU « • I _jS ♦ *• **w*» \ L IJ #«4 rn go * mamma I* #*»•* tm* 4 K«{ual ti# any in the city, and at prices that will pay TOU to See him ln-foi i al purchasing. DST rani ». Y. ret jtlestsi of HeW ret po sts receive, hut we bi g to ask for particulars j iii regard to the samples s wanted. Stat** whether edgings insertions or flouncing?*, a1'to what width and some it lea of the price. MV have a stock of embroideries that i't second to none in the country and su-j peri or to anv    in    Buffalo. The money value we offer is simply un paraded. There are edgings from J of an inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and SwUs muslin. Matched sets    in    different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries iii great variety. Flouncing* in the different widths from l>? inches to bo inches. Special lines    of edges at 5c, l**c, 12|i 25c per yard. Hub, MXI oam A Ax on nae!*. New gtMuU for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stix*k is complete, also tile linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By “complete” we mean they have all the new styles in this season's new goods—all the variety that the be#t purchasing facilities in the country can brim: to- tm The Winter stock* bring great bargains. never was a time when you could trade hers* more advantageously. cambric I 5c and get bf are of There OUR SPRING AND J MER LINE OF ?LM- iii III Until** im* Tsp. New Hayxx. Con.* April ll.—Th# Yak wniur cia* bit* mriv#*! from a Tifiin, O., firm a paukn^c rf similar* to be attributed to the member# rf teat ri** in whirh the finn offers to furnish essay*, c.-tnpositiua*. •kbates, ormtiun*. etc , bf the whrfesak at priue* raagmi; fmm 9 to 425. Their circular. after giving tlM* fief a. Is cf the rb*m#. •'ooclwies a# f >lk>w»: TLerv* are students wt*o waste both time and parents! rout ie v m gorging rn brain with material that rn -swen: •aliyas foreign to that parti* ii lar inteU*#-t a* av-lu>t im to the human sy-tem. The larsfe aumi#r of pnfinrtioni ♦ rat we have fur D>t *i to th-- Lert coil**!—- in The land have ^iven entire -ati-fart;un. The rirruiar is •>«cned OActerier. R*>berts A Co. ifpsr Adam, NLldrum i Anderson DRY GOODS. • arpets and Draperies, Cook*(an •! ItsdttMry, AMKKICAX BLAX X. 3!M-UH VAIA HTS HST, i or alo x. I C. O. Penfold Manufacturer aoli linpotter 364 lf ALS bt., BCTfAlO, 3. ¥. DEALER IX Diamonds    Watches and .Jewelry. I leeks, Silverware, Leather God*, eto. 4 Fa*-aer*# vt •<-><to Porowxxxpsix. N Y . Apr,I ll. — Michael Rauch, a farmer at iluttoodak. ec*mmitt«d am ide by *b*#>ti % himself in the moath. the ballet entering 'he brain. Dwpoatey over a horse deal by ahi.'h be birt 4-69. ta *up-pijewi to be th# ca-.lie rf the -leal Car 'hop* Rara est. New Yoke. April ll —The -h«>pe rf the Lewis ami Fowler Car Building - -ora pa ny in Brooklyn were burned last night. id tease* f-i' -c ;*-r- '*»i rf baa taw* in 4206.000. About 4rf: rm-n are thrown out rf I ! WE HAVE THEM IN PAT ENT LEATHER an I BRIGHT DONGOLA WITH FAN Y COLORED OOZE TP.TM MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER. WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR SULLIVAN & SOi'l 213 Centre Street. RSU RA Vt SU, GOLD f SIL VSR RL J TING. A C09C1XKTB LOK Off I foul) A Y GOO OH :W4 MAIN ST It EET, Opf#n**«e Troo mas Hotel. sToo” REWARD! J w K WIL: pay tor above new ar>i for any ease at Liver Lumpiest, Dyspepsia, fit*:* Headerke. I adi tee stoa, • ear tipatum or Ow ti va ae## we «*a»tot cure with W«t'* Vegetabie Over Fill#, wh* a the .-Jirwtto*)* are strictly <#'mp i«i with. Th*-, are par**iv Vexefa?><e. *o*l never fail to mr* -ataameuon. Sugar Luaaefi. Large nuxaa, ‘-oataiaiag ■» PUI#. 25 eaaia. Beware of n un • en riel to, ail* I icmUtoon#. Tse g^n-uma mama* teared rale O .lofjN ( W ftiT'f St HL *** bf KOS BOX'* Pm sax »« T. D k-rk. V. T,Ctg to Monroe s tor Curtains and Fixtures. 0,0mLAMP CHIMNEYS >«“•’ SSjw err thc wPowc soRT. the picht ones PEARL TOP**0"1 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — _ _l nae air kl GEO. ft. MACBETH A CO., PtTTSBUWH. P>. ;