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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXIM 'KIRK. N Y . SATURDAY. M 'RHI 8. HEP ti ESES’TA TI VE J_ USINfiSS HOUSEL krH| —- vitwrnP------ OF DUNKIRK t Bf KW RULING M ACH I NE fur ruling i\ nil kin it of Itta ilk- i* the Int©-I a-nlibur to the M< I'hniiicjtl I |>.u t iiiciiI «>f I>tiiikirk11'*intuit    . 4 LKXAMGBRHCwH «t„| W«h«I Yarl, 7:-■> Central A mu ut’, ou lion tie Nickel PUU J I sit. All grade# of llar*l aik! Stilt Coal. W «<1U Lumber, Shingle* ami I .a th. Free 4©llv Correaponleuct for wlolnah Iota •O'tClUMl. Ult. it I FTO KU. TEI ami Tilt ( (Mitral Art* a Aitvt" PhoUqrraplier.    ln-tanuno <mi«- PhoGigr': i»hn til Haiti©* a specialty. Miter* seed not wait for lunibinc except for t ab e*. | iOIIK KIN UKK Y J a a KH I it vt Mi. Pr.»-I ) (motor, No. iii K. Second street, near It ti f • laio acred, Duukirk, N. Y. Mana/ii**-*, .'lone, Pamphlet.#, i u-., I iou ml in all «t> I©#. Order# prompt!\ ala nd* *1 to. All work guaranteed. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT t 11 ii >l» Alii Alo.. Patent Attorney a til.'* Itll ^ st., \V»i*tiingb*n, l» I ’, opp I' is. Patent Of* Ur* Pated**. Caveats ami Iii* Imiiw #e©nr©*1 fraiIt* Mark* rejri«trr«l. All PaU-ut buMne— on.) ne -«# I for moderato* lee*. lo formal on tilt in* ami #|#*©ial reft ranee# sent t*n rSqueH. f4o BXl»KVSKH IN AIV ^1 n * VAN* K, (Plowed ea<‘l» month. steady -mph*' meat at home or traveling. No aoli. itll**. Untie# deli yen ng ami making rolted'on*. No Portal t artly. Ad Irfos with kUioi*. ti Al'Kit A CO., Pi'joa, olu**. Ii CIU HK ICH (ICI IC It CHV KUI HK, .’MJH Central Avenue. ■ii 111 It still.#* i I wi!« Ii to i iii ploy a few ladies on salary to take ©barge of my bu ai tie** at their home# Cieht, very fa se ii ating and healthful. Wag*# fluffier week. Reference given. Ut aid pay for Mart tune. Addr* a# with at nip, MKa. Mitt* ton W alk rn, I/oui# vide, Ky. HUNTII can be made working f tx uh. Persona pre* ferred who can furnish a home and (five their wh*4* one t*» the bunn* sa.    m<>mrnt*m.iy    be profit ably em ploy #<1 also. A few vacancies in towns; ami c ines B. F. JOHNSON A CO,, iooo Main St.. Richmond, Va. Elders* Book on ftu£«i wiry ii*t h, BUU led turn to n^umd men,    I. A. Crosoh.na Grand Bk. Mew turk Wholesale aud retail dealer in I *» ported aiel lomeatic China. GI.-imw ire, Ae. * HAH. M. II 'Kills. 2-^*1 {cutrai Ave. Gen* \ era! Insurance, Ll Ie, A ext dent and Bile. Before trayoiiiig insure your ife in the obi reliable “Trave',cr#’." Beal I -tate AgeuL Loans ne* illicit- I on p~ope.lv. c 1H ACT A CUC A HOTF.L, Ital©#, ll per day. Livery and llo# id mg .stable* in cam ut (lion. Victor Kl lei, SSft and 'SSI Lion street. i HTV BAKKERHHGP VV    I    ba#.    N.igie,    Prop., ruder l.»k< Shire National Lank, cornet Center ami Tlur*! *Uee;». A lin« stock c»f B oiciirn and l>oinesiic igars. i CON KLIN A SON, V./    AT*    (/enter    street, m< U<*a) horse-#hoeis. Particular attention pa. '' t** interfering homes, shoeing t»f roa*l at . trotting horses a aprrin'ty. I 1 I I rn» WEEKLY TKA DK KKVIKW. NO IMPROVEMENT IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF MERCHANDISE. * ALE OF HORSES. WIK! HILD TUE SECRETS* Trade stimulated In Cheeked In Others blow Collection* In Stock Market Blin* of Reading. Soma line* and by Cold 'Veal her. • lie Interior- I ha Bin apt lo the ( .**•* r fl i D. MATTESON I) tMilKK BIVEN I NO OK h Iii V Bill. Large#! lindy in inn Conuty. An unec|ualled advertising medium. «fc CO I | UN KI KH EBiOlN Bit. KINO COMPANY. gf    Formerly    sellew    A    Popiue. dauufaeuirer# of bagmen, BolterPulleys, Whetting Hangers, etc. t’alleiiis, Forging#, Ckatingi*, and *1 ae,hi ne 'N ork to order. I * IIN Kl HK Hill KT CO., it* ti, Am and 2* ii £/ Ceiiier #li.*et, Manufacturer* c*l tin- J 'X,r«*mwell” and “Dunkirk” perfect - lilting Dress aldrin. On nab- in al! leading I urn idling, j oiui.tirig ami dry good* (iou*©# in Dunkirk, DF. TOOMEY, ,    tilt    and    4    a*    I,ion Hit eel. Dealer iii Flour, Bred, alt, Bale I Hay, Plum-pita bes, etc*. hi#tabli#he<l, (#77. * It IE HO I LC aud outing .ulion, I aion j j liepol. Ka#> a* . i*» lo ail brain# aud l*u»-lue## houc.es. Best ace*'innsodation* lur Coiu-nereiat Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. I' lf I.EKH * IO.. \    WI    ami    99 L Third street. Bine Furniture, Cabinet IV are and Ip-no nteriug. Pic ture t rallies made to order. WAIT FOR BY IL M ATI I HON A CO., SUI Central Ave., Leaders of B antlion aud Centi* men OullKtera. | | AKL LL STB. A NI HEATING CO.. Manufacltirers of Mea IU Heating Appar a tun. Nan lary Plumbing a Specialty. Ti ;umb: sri- am i.aimiky. (lur epeotalura:    Bine Shirts, Ilk ; » oil ar#, ic; CuWn, ic, sud Lace Curtains. B ice Delivery. A Vt . Cuuiiuingn, 2»*7 (/enter #ln.*©i ii K. OEHM. Bi. Third sc, cor. of buffalo kl .auf i* lurer and dealer in B ine lh#**# A Shoe*. Spring Hat. saturday, March 1st UBN Kl’ WEILEK‘9 NEW STOKE, 1(11 ii. Third #L Books. Stationary, llu#l. a1 lu-sirtiiueiiU-, Magazines, Daily aud Meekly Pajiers, an't every ihirg pertaiMing to a first Class book store, behoot Book# a sp.-emily. I OK PRINTING of every description aud al • I ^slowest hying rales by Dunkirk Printing Company, a aud lo BL second ^L JH. VAN ML Itffl.N A SON, Bin* Lift, A erat lea I and General Insurgent Healer# in Ueai Estate ami Loans. Par.ieular atbeaUon paid to Hie e ire of property col lee!* in# rents Ac. 211* ( * iUer ak. Xml door. Gall and See Them New Yore, March 8.-—Special telegrams to Briulstr.*el's re*#>rf no general improvement iii the <*i."Tribute»n of mer*-handia© Cold w,*atiler and snow haw tin ti >t<*d salee of some winter gc#*|s, but cl..*-. cl Iii© taove-niwnt in spring staple*. Biaiulard <«itton goods have L-eii fairly active ami lioots and show and hardware have Urn in g**o<l re quewt < it her lines a.*e dull. Ingrain . arpet makers complain of over-product ion and will restrict the output. Antbra-it** **oal stocks ls*tw-(*en mines arui tidewater ai© very-large. There is a heavy southern d*-mand for bacon, and rattle and bog* ar© l**th iii latter demand at tba West, the former Is ing 15(®aUc higher. Ix»w pri***** for grain at interior and farmers’ indebtedness arc ref girted r**s|# nisi hie for slow- collections. TTiere is a better interior demand in Ixruisiana. Coffee has advanced ;^c j»»*r (siuud. and sugar 1-1(1 (<t l #e. I “rofessiona I trading rharacteri»v» tin* Wail street market, and aside from Reading, which has I teen freely sold a d*s-liite of I#<ints. it has ruled mod«*rately linn. Tliis is surprising, itmsiuuch a< iii© lienrs have the machinery **f the street ami used Ib-ading to depress the list. Th** grangers ar** firm, despite rate cutting, ami other favorable features ar** a reduction in the Rank of England di&couut rate to I1* jier tent., and a rcsunife tion of 4 fier cent l#> id faircha***# by Sts-re-tary 'Vin*loin. This ha.* reniovisi apprahen-sions of tight moue; . lint withstanding low Imiik reservea, and fun i are dii4iu *tly **a.*ier with call l<»an rate* r.-* low as 4 js*r *-ent. Next bi Rending, sugar (certificate* are m«ist active, showing a net advance. T»-u-n«es4s* I oal ami Iron aud Chi<*ngo Has are Isilh lower, but 1‘ullman, Wheeling preferred ami Ohio Central are all ’J toll |s*ints higher. Railway Lind* an* more active. Reading luk ing the lead w itll lower pi • ■»■!* The total bank cleariup> at forty-eight cities in Febniary a.-‘gr**g«t*sl #4..'B*J(,B45,S;11, an inei-ease over Fein uar\ la*t of 5.4 |*-r(ent. For the two moulin* tin* year th** total is L'c*.is *. a gain over two months of I'-.* of 7.1* fs-r cent, Cotupni ti v\ it Ii January thi* year th* i-etu uff^ total shows u decline of 15 jier iv tit., and while January’s gain over a year ago is 7.7 f#*r cent., February’s gain over February, IHNS*, is only 5.4 l«er <s*nt. Exfsirts of wheat (and flour as wheat) both *smsts this week, wired to Rradstreet’v, are among the heaviest w.**k’* shipments this year, aggregating 2,337J*I*J bushels la*t wis*k and htxi.MO bushels in the firat w«s*k of March, I HSII The t**tal exp utel July I to «late is 72.415,‘JUCt tiUshels, as compared w itll (K-IJkiO,-(kMi biLsh**ls iii a Uke share of lsKvxi#, 'The n-fiort to Brad*!net’s of available stocks of wheat east of the Rocky mountains, United States ami Cana la, Mar h I, shows a total of 44,.a‘iJ,0lk> bushels, a (lect ase of 9,HH,OOO siiKv Jan I, ami 321,000 bu*hels less tiian was reported March I, 1^s'* Tin* de-crease in available stock during January arid February last year was S,(«.*sl,nOU bn .bels. and iu the like fiorttoii of 1ss*h only 4.055,000 bushels. The total of wheat st*s*ks March I, a ided to BeerlNihin’s aggregate of wheat in Europe and afloat therefore on that date is 95,841,000 bushels against 19,724,000 bushels a y*-ar ago. Iron and steel markets are weaker than for nome time |«*t. This refer* to pig and liar iron, billets, blooms and *lalis. Prices for merchant steel and hardware generally are firm. Bessemer pig is weak and $d below highest prices Uaicbed within a year. Cop-j*er is w-eak. but fairly sternly. Iller© is a wiile*j>eiid impression among consumers that iron and st«*«*! w ill continue to decline. Dry good* n it Ii jobbers are fairly active at Btl--tun anil New Y*«-k. Weath r conditions I ave not Is-en altogether favorable. Southern buyer* are most numerous and the w**st-ern retail (h-matid is not as active a* antici-]lated. Prhvs are irregular. Flint cloths are I-Bk? off on larger sbn k*. Colored i'ot-ton* rule in buyer's favor and jobiiers have moved off-st vies of prints at pi n-e conc**© Mont Raw wool is dull, with prices in buyers favor on a hat d-bv-mouth inanufacturing demand. Raw cotton is 1-ltie higher on a g<H#l * leman* I and liglit crop movement. Business failur**s re;s(rt**l numler 215 iii the United State* tin* w *-k, against IDU last week a ti* I 221 this vi**k la.*t year. Canada had 4s tin* week against last week. The total num!i**r of faiiur..*s in th** Unit**! Stut**s since Jan. I is 2,75s, against 2,Dis in ISSI*. A Large Amount of Bin© Stuck ( hang©# Owucr# at New Turk. Nbw YORK, March A.—A large number of prominent horsemen attended til© third day’s sa Ie of trotters at th© American Institute building yesterday. The stock sold was owned by j ii. Vaiemin of Pleasanton, Cal., and thai Pleasanton brock Farm company. Forty- J five head were sold. Among the horses wild | were: Bouton il’Or. a filly, foaled I HMC;, sired by J Sidney (Kit of Gravitate, sold to J T. Burden j of this city for #2,(kx». Valeiisin, a stallion, by Crown Point, out J of Nellie Ixmlert, 7 Vt ar* oil, sold to F. C 1 Fowler of .d**«dus. Conn., for |ci,3t|fi. (told L af. filly by Sidney, out of F*'m I#af. 5 years old, to J. Schultz of Brooklyn f*>r I.!,OJO. Sac*Racine, a (silt, by Director, out of Sweet m s*. 2 veal-* old, E. F. Travis, Chicago, ♦ Ludo. Navarro, a colt, by Nutniont, out of Nelli© ti., Ii years old, sold t*i Dr. F. C. Fowler of Moodus, Conn., for $1,9)0. Aldall., 5 years old. by Director, out of Brownie, Charted Rote*rte of this city for #2j«d0. I/adv Guy, 4-year-old filly, by Guy 5ViIkes, out of Zephyr, J W. Daly, Mt Cinco, N. Y., j $2,(100. Thi-tie, 4 year-old sta!li<*n, brother to I Gold !/©af, John A. Schultz, Brooklyn. $4,000. j    . En •(. 2-year-old colt, bv Director, out of Iv-hitm. ll Kirkoiutell of Helena, Mont., F5,0on. Pleasanton, 3-year-old (silt, by Director, out of Mayday, BL F. Travis, (.’hkngii, $2,500. Jct. a colt, by Director, out of Daisy May, Mil reus Mini-ll. Hartf<ird, (’(Min., $2,550. Iji-Iv Crittenden, a filly, by Director, out Ellen Sw igcrt. $2,825, Dr. F. C. Fowler, Moodus, Conn. Diana, 2-year-old filly, by Director, <*ut of Ikixatui, ll. KirkondcU, Helena, MonL, $3,000. Hattie, 3-year-old filly, by V’alentine, out of J i-rry, $3.3*10. Th** total reivipts for twenty five horses of SENATORS CALLED UPON TO MAKE INDIVIDUAL DENIALS. Noise ut 11.*-iii M.iv«* Disobeyed th© Kill©#, Bul *om© Hat© Given th©na a Very ('onilrnrtl* ii—Th© M#J«uity B'©©1 Anything Hut l*l©M*©d at 'lr. Iinlpli’# Aet Inn. the Ficasaiitt*>ii #t'K*k farm wa.* $52,115, an a'era ** of    cm    Ii,    and    the    total    for twenty horses of Val* 11*111 Imnight $19,520, j an average of $970 each. PARTISAN OR NON-PARTISAN. Min# I ranees Wlllaiil sui* tit© W. C. T I . I* N©itli©r tine Nor th© Other. PtTTsBi'Kii. March 8—Miss Francen E. Willard, president of th© National W. C. T. IL, ha.* at hist «j#>ken in regard to the recent differences in that organization. She i* lier© to attend a meeting of the Allegheny county W. C. T. U., and iii res|x*n:>e to a question, sh© said: “The W. C. T. U. fat neither partisan or non-fiartisan, though it ba* often been called liotli. Not a dollar has ever gone from our treasury to the Prohibition party, though we have adopted resolutions indorsing a jmrty that favors th * t< im>*ranoe caus**. Tins we have re|***atedly d<>n** for the Itepublican party in Iowa and in Kansas. In 1HH4 I pre-s#*n(«sl to each national political party a p*tition asking for the insertion *if a plank in their platform favorable to the submission of a prohibitory amendment to the constitution, and all declined except th** Prohibition j*arty, and tint i* why we indorsed it alone. “That resolution indorsing th** Prohibition party doe* not bind th© minority, for we have explicitly declared that no minority is I* mid by any action of the W. C. T. U. Iowa has op|#i*ed th** resolution, and his l#*en free to do so. Indeed, the president of its state ’iV. C. T. IL, Mrs. Etten Filter, heads the rebellion, though she still remains a meddler of the executive committee of the National UL CL T. IL “Now we claim that in pausing our annual resolution we do no injustice to any one, but j mcnitain the right of free sj>e*s*h, and a minority of the W. C*. T. IL is never ‘oppressed.’ Th** fact is, we believe that we ought to follow tin* flag of prohibition wherever it waves. If thi* is parti* in, aud so far as the resolution i* concerned it is, we nix* perjured to defend it. Th**re is to lie a party that will combine the fanner and th*i wage wordier. Washington, March H —When th© senate adjourned Thursday evening Mr. Dolpb. the chairman of the committee which for some time ha* b#*en investigating th** leakage of ■©tint • n> irs, wa* on lbs f**et making a spee- h in farm’ of Ins resolution to im arcerat© the r<cal* it rant w it rn *<•* U*forc lh© committee. Th* th l»itc Im*! la*bsl tim** days, and it was evident to everyone in the senate that for thi* fin*'-ut at least nothing is mid be done w ith the I) Iph resolution. Ho yi-sterday Mr. Dulph cl* Ii I. 1 committer    i    **-*■ and th** matter was di ©usstsl for nearly an hour in all of its various I# til ings. Thi* result of the discu**ioii was that the committee decided before going any further to call all of the mend# is of the senate U-fore them as w it-r©■**©* and question them (under oath) as to tin* divulgence of executive se**ret«. Pndimiuary loth© examination of the other nieuils r - of th© senate, til© meddlers of the were sworn in their turn, ai©! each u* 1 ted on his oath that at no tint© had lie revealed what had transpired in the secret j is-s# ion exopt so far ii* tile rules of the s*-nate . |#*rmitttsl him to *|«eak of executive matters. 'l h* n Mr. Doiph volunteered to start the j big I>alI rolling and be went to tin* lh# r of the 1* a tte with an al|ib.'ih©tical li*t of the : senators in Ills hand. Mr. A hi rich's name was the Hist on the li*t. Mr. Aldrich had some distinguished vl*it<*rs from Providence 1 under hi* win *. aud it wan some time liefore he could I*© cornered. Mr. Doiph finally ran I him down and took him in charge. Mr. ' Aldrich was taken to the committee room 1 undercroft of the chairman of the com- i inittee. ll- t<#»k the oath and then answered the set of «juc*tions which had been pro- J pared, th*- auWtance of his answers Being • that he had m-\*-r to the l#**t cg his know 1-©dge ami belief violated tin* rules of the senate relating to ex(**utive session*. Mr. Aldru li was quk'klv excused, but l*e-fore b«* left th© conmiitti*© r*#»in, Mr. Allison, who had U-en summon *1 by a jiage, aje pea red at the door. Mr. Allison purged himself in short order, and then Mr. Berry put in an appearance. The proceedings were becoming rather monotonous, and Mr. Black- , bum, who had none* other laciness on hand, 1 exciis*d himself and left th© room. Mr. Vest also tired, and in a few minutes he «*k**d permission to go. Shortly alter Mr. Bigg.na followed Mr. Vest, tearing a liar© majority ■ of the committee pr< *ent. Mr. Bate was the 1 eleventh wit item. II** disjiosed of the corn j tiiitti c’s cpi -tioiis (jui. klv and made room for Mr. AI Sen. v bo came up stairs in charge of Mr. Aldm Ii. Then follow**! iii quick suets s*ion s -liators ILtusoin, Call and a number of others. S* ii!itor Blackburn returned after a Vina*, and Scud tors Platt and Wilson of Iowa t ok recces * during the examination'll progri 'I h**re were some amusing eceoee in th© r»*iu tt«s* room an*l in the ante-room during the examination of th© s*-imtoria1 witnesweH. It devein} #*d that the interpn tat ii iii plactsl uj **n th.- rules by senators differed iii some ii in n-1 ic I points Home of the senators held, for example, that they were entitled to inform cnv one they plea*©*! of th© confirmation or rejection of a nomination, whetlw*r th© a th'ti of the senate had l*-en “made public** or not. Pi n J1 r Harris raid that Ii© had often t©l*-gi h< <1 a man telling him of his confirmation v.itin .ut waiting tor the senate to notify the po* nil .it. Home of the senators were inclined to disagree with Mr. Harris. Mr. Aioiich. tie < nturtnan «*f tho committee on rul**, said that that had always I teen his construct fan (»f the mles, and that In* had act*d mi ter that conviction. In the anteroom, Ila* senators awaiting Heir turns, as vita* s. ui#cu**t*d toe investigation at lergth, so -.e of them in far from |>arliabien- of th© press 1*he pi*© ha I r©**©i* ©«l it# full Aire of attention a hi had manifest©*! its full share of subtler''iency. He r'end ©xtracts from a tetter received from a member of the New York Press (*lttb, asking for a copy of his speech *> as to team aomething aUmt the bilL This, he said, showed that even a newspaper man in New York could find out nothing from th© press there at#*ut the bill. The New \ ork press, Mr. Blair declared, wer© monopolies of th© woi-st kind and the country pai#*rs had l#s*n p rvertcd aiel poisoned bv them. Even the Republican party iii the North had lieeti in-du<*e l by mi*representations to turn its liack on the natural impulses of republicanism and 1 >pj*#-© til© bill, but when it got th© facts, as . it would some day, that truculent press would ’ 1*11 a different story. He w|#*k©of th© Bouton t doily ut a1 Herald as op|>osed to tlu* bill, and s lid every Democratic i«i|#*r in New York city had ome sup|#*rt©*i it—naming in that connection TIm* Herald, World, Timra and I Evening Post. iii concluaion Mr. Blair said I ii© Rid further statements to make on anoth**r oocaaion, and that Mr. Higgins would s}#*ak j in MipfMtrt of the bill <>n Monday, i Atter a short secret session the senate at 5:15 p in adjourned until Monday. IN THE Holm \Y ash im.ton, March 8."—In the bouse y©#- 1 ten lay the n*solution declaring Mr. Clark of Alabama entitled to his seat was adopt**!. ■ after w hich the hon*© L#»k a recess until 8 I o’clock, th© night session t*» I#* for the eon-sideratiou of private |#*nsion bills. THE DIRECT TAX BILL. BACKSLIDING TORIES. THEY REFUSE TO VOTE FOR GOVERNMENT’S MQTIO*’ THE that will inn- © its for# felt iii the next caam- **,y 1 J'n*. pnign. an i prohibition will form its nucleus. When that party conics we side with it aud will take the consequence." At 5 im I >*-k the * imte went into secret * iou mid later adjourned until Monday. congressional WORK. MR. PAUL TESTIFIES. The Klxir (ur- M G KOK H IMI AK U Ai V. 30© Central avenue si. adit uarUit* liar Wall l’«|»er Pa* a Is. Oil*, A. EKK I N S, J. IV., -*"9 Center street, Ilanufiu'liircr and dt’sier in Hai ness,>a«lhic#, Privtl* b, I oilai"#, ’I mill.#,)) h (•#, Betta © lb*l*e«, Iii©#* (lover#.Glim #,.'litten*and .sleigh t(*»t»e* I) SCHULTISi, ,    ii    ICaat Third street, B ash. UUU ti ie Tailor. Gentlemen w iii diet ii U* their adv anlage U* (-altun uie !*efore pur*'hasiii$ elsewhere. > IL t.CK V A <«»., ,    X *3 bion street. General Hardware," h.te la-ad.Oils,Painter’* I 8u|>pl)es, »»il ( icthh, Gnu. Ie "ar* . A #y>©eial tv ’iii Sberwu." ll I UUD# Pa* t and dour*#-range. rlLLIN(i. s ich as hlanW-l#K<k*>, ledg* 1 #, and I a l kind* 01 blanks dune ut Dunkirk Pria'ing Cotuiuitiy, 8 aud IO it. Second st Kl’ DOI IMI VIOLDENIl VT KIL Cor. Third aud itutlalo Ma., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building (stone, Call (Mi me liefer© buying your ai*ie-walk C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 3(14 MAIN MT., BUFFA IAI, N. V. DK Al.KH IN pas, inca ai Simi, (TtM'ka, MHverwar©, Leather Good#, B’.tr. A DUST ROOM BLOWN UP. Three Ko>« Kill* • I and On© Man l'roha- My Bn’nl’.y tnjiDcd. Evansvili E, I til.. March h—A fatal cx- plosi.ja oectiri’ed iii th© dust room of thi* Armstrong Furniture company at 12:45 yet flay afternoon, ivsulting in the'leat h «u tice© I#>ys an*I the perhaps fatal injury of tilt* fireman of th© factory. Th** iihmi and buys were in th© dust room for the purpose ( f -hakin : *»it the accumulation of du t aud -cavin * at th©mouth* I thebkiw-pipes, when ai ii ©xpl.*-v a occurred w hi -It set the : I . •• t i iii'. Tti* flames were extin-;    i-. I v. .(‘.out dday, when it was found 1 aal the f il-min * were killisl and injunsl: 1'ni’D Sac HK, burned to a crisp and terribly ma ug led ll \HHY Uhkatiiam (colored), burmvlalmoed t« > affies Ckawkohu, badly nmngled and lindy burned so that ideiitifieation wa-, nearly 1111-ps ibte. Injured: CHAIM.i s Sun by, fire nan of the factory; badly burned a\d fa g broken. The kill©-1 irrwHi v.**ci - .*> - .1 ai* > it 18 years. The caus* of th© ©    *    ;*•    :    remain-* a inysterv. Th<* damage by t.i . 1.v wa* slight. He THI** «*f th© Operation* of Hi© Civil Service ut 'ti I wa ii hee. 'Yashin*.tx. Ma.xh 8.— Ex-Post master Paul oi Milwaukee was before th“ housecom-mitt*v investigating the charge* against th© civ ii • \ i<*© isMimii - on again yesterday an*l conclude I h testimony. He was (alfa <1 for the sjiecific purpose of ascertaining the gen-cral working of the qjvil aervioe law iu the Milwaukee j«©t.»Mi -e, including statistics of changes by removals, rtwignations, deaths, etc., which he furnished the committee iii detail. In reply to a question bv Mr. Stone, he said that as a rule th© civil ** rvi-v law was well administered in the Milwaukee post* offi'ty lait he thought there was a wide discrepancy between thi* nature of th** civil service examinations an I tile character of the duties. Tin* examinations, he continued, were an exivll-Tit means of determining a man’s ability, but the men who usually applied were not the I#st cia # **f men. Iii reply t > a question bv fomini: inner Lyman a . to the politics of persons emf l*»y* d iii th© ©Lice wh *n he enter*-1. In sa.J that many * jipio *-d in the ofli**© at that time were employed in political work and from iiitor.nation h had gained from f»aj#*rs and l##>ks in th * office he found that they "'ere nearly ah Republicans.  FXG RA I'/.VO, GOL D *f SIL VFH PL A TlXG I I IHLI V a Ii    7 and 9 Fast Front dtrwek " hi'ky, " int**), Brandle©. G'*».eral Liquor Store for Family it#© KCIBEKT ATHAY, i/ion sln-et, aear lac depot Boar<tieg, Sate, tec*! and Livery Stahl* Slat/hag bv the Bay or week on not*** *ab.> h nill. T. KOL I* II, M. IX, Physician ikI Surgeon Oltted over L) (.’a Hi ug >!*»re. Ii hi enc < eiitral Avenue. Tel* phwne No. 9 < all# mat be left ai I von’*. SAM J. CilFFOKD, 3<»| Central Ave. (I » _ stair*), General iii#uranoe and Heal K#U»'* A cut. fire, I.if©, Vend* ut, »n*J Live sunk inc lira hoc. Prompt attention civ _*n ti* bn vin* a*i*l selling Beal fa#L*i(«- rf' C. JON LH. J ,    75 K. Third #L, cur I Ki t. Kxcelsior Meal Market. Fresh, —.-tit aa Smoked Meat*, bar.I, Sausal.-©*., Oyster# an* Poultry. 'N J ATCMES, JE" PLKV, AC. Buy the Aurora Kaiiroad Watch. Keitairing a sficeialty. Frank 4. staid, K. Third st. WM MOCK EK. Merchant Tailor. $1$ Central Ax ©oui A COMPLKTK LINK OF HOUDA I GOODS :Ul 4 'IAIN STICK KT, C|hi,k*i|# Ir(V||i«M# Hotel. Elys catarrh Cream Balm ('I. ans©* the Nasal , l’*M*»>tK **• Allavs Pain and I nil amination. H a1* Hie Sole* Kent«»r©» the J Senses of Taal© and Smell. TK! THI:(TE RAY-FEVER A particle »s applied into «•*<■»( n**-inl «*.u *s agreeable. Price ie <*ents at Druggist**, bv mad r g 1 si© re I,so ct#. ELY BROTH KRS,-" '*4(tui tie©L New York An Artificial La* Iliqiiak©. Wilkes-BaRiut, Ph., March s.—Th©suburb 1 of Plymouth, kn*» n as Lurry's Hill, was shaken as if by an cart liquake at 2 o'clock I yesterday morning.    Houses #. ti d down, about ten f»©t and tho U*rri!itd pc.ml© ran ; into th© street, clad :m tot lr rn bl chab©* as tliey had l«*a a rouse* I lr ;u sleep. The cavein wits caused by th * all ag of the roof of some abandoned ccid ry workings 450 feet below the surface    S. veral house# were wrecked an*i some I**- c fire front overturned stoves, but the flames were ex: diguiJhed. <•*»• d "eattier tor leu. Rokdout, N. Y.„March 8.—The thermometer rc^i I ©red 14 degrees below zero yesterday, aud 23 ik*low at Mcveral point# in the Catskills. The weatiier is the tad I-st of the season. I«e is forming rapidly. The river is closed fn*in Stayv **t-i*it i » N.u-tii Aitwuiy, Hi© ice ladng tlu>*© inch s thick. I*-© is (icing cut in the Catskills. It is. rcp**rtt»d that p ach bu is iii the fruit district were aip|Jod. Portugal to he I**-pc. s* iltcl. Lisbon, March 8.—The government has decided to send delegate# to the labor conference at rerun. C'ar*e*r I# in I-or It. Albany. March 8—A warrant was issued by Justice Gutman, for th© arrest of 'V IL Carney, th© pretended labor man who stru**k Curtis Dunbani, the New York raj •arter, in the corridor of th** Capitol on Tuesday afternoon at the close of th - hearing on the weekly payment bilk Carsev vvas at th© hearing to oppose th** bill and pretended that he rej»ra-w*nt<*d lid tor in so d*»ing. Dunham wa* accompanied Hp Assemblyman Iii*©, who#© fait* Lt still in a Im iv brei-ti condition. The warrant was sworn out f* r assault, although on© wa* a-k- i for c u.piracy on the groin d that Caisey ana his crowd Lad com© titer© for the (>ur{MHeof whipping Rice I>un- ■ till—Oil*. i cdloii* on I opt Public Pres#. Washington, March n. —In the senate yesterday a number of public building bills were j-a-M.l, ar I tL© educational hill was further discussed without action. IHrcctly alt»*r th** morning bo sin ens the calendar vi es taken up and a bill to incor-Ihirate n lo*-aI ? et railroad company w il# di-ljitcd at huh* length, w thotit action. At 2 o’cli'ck th-- e«lucr.tional bill vat taken up. In rf-'i#>nse to inquiries Mr. Blair -aid be could not fix a day for voting on the bill. Be Vera I Senators were still to sj»ak, among th* rn Mr. Evarts, who was to conclude the delate. In th© course of his remarks on th© bill, Mr. I lair sa;*I that any longer delay * s disposing of this matter would In* unjustifiable, ami he would look upon it a-a {•* rj# tual altfindonmcut of the effort to gi\e national aid lo the schools *>f the country. IV lie-pubhcan party was pledgid in its pluiform to the }*s-sag© of the bill, and if that jwpt r f.tile*l to mal:** good i s pledge#, that fact would put an end lo the }ho ly. Like iiuiuv ct lie men rn this country, be owed no |#*iitical allegiance to a )iarty that lied. Mr. Hale -|h»ke iii op}#)silion to the bill. It had i*eeu bel<*r© the st nato for eight years. and all the time there had l*een a rising tide against it. Mr. Blair would not admit this, and ch iii'* <1 that th© bill had boon constantly gaining in strength aiming the people. Mr. Hate said no doulJ Mr. Blair believed this, but his long. patient and abl© advocacy of the bdl Ie*I him to sea only on© si.ie of the question. In his state, Mr. Hate asserted, tu© pre-' ami educators and clergy men were against the bill, aud th** increased «>p|Hjsition to it had only been because (^.nervation ami reason were against it. The South had at first been temp ted by the large** offered, into yielding up interest in common school education, but seeing it wa# uot likely to pas# promptly, had turned loyally to th© task of bu ri a dog it# common school sa stem. He controverted Mr. Blair * assertion that th© con.iiiion id education via# worse now than twenty years agoi This could not be correct. It was imimieh-ble that the Bouth «*ould adv*an<x* as it had A tl^Jiirlly Mini Two 'litiurily Presented to til© House Washington, March 8.—The senate direct tax bill bill was reported buck to the house yesterday from the judiciary committee, ac-, coui|Mtuied l»y a majority and minority re~ i |*ort. | Mr. t’aswell of Wisconsin, in the minority I report, stales that th** favorable rej#*rt on i the bill submitted to th** house last session I meet# witll til© approval of the judiciary I i(Mumitte©. A brief history of th© bill is given. In this it is stat«*d that th© bill pro-i pife*# to rejrfiy to the cithrens aud to I he states j the amounts by them respecti vely }*aid under j th© direct tax of £.2U,L»*),oot) provided for by Lu- ii**! of Aug. 5, l**»‘tl, aiel to remit and relinquish the tax ho far a-* it Is uiqiaid. The amount ( o!l©ot*-d and to I#* refunded, it is st atis I, is $15,227,832. to which iiiu-t I#* ad*l*sl $50,000 to carry out the provi#i*»u# of the I fourth *s-tion of the bill I The house bills on Hie subject, introduced by Messrs. Morrow ((’ulifornia), Caswell I ('Vi#***nisin) and Brown (Virginia) are re-|#'rted ba k to th© house with a recot ii int* nd-| ation that they l#» laid tin the table, i Mr. < tat©- of Alabama sulmiitted th© minor-; i'y r©j#)rt in which he inc*!r]*<*rat*'«l th** ; minority report oil th© bill submitted loth© i Fiftieth congress, anil the message i*f the , pre id*-at in returning the bill with his veto I to th*- senate. A sketch of the dcad-lock pro-! ccfsimg in the hous** in April, Ins#, and th© final pa--age of th© bill is givin by Mr. Cates. Ile states tliat there ar© two main ! objections to til© bill: Its unconstitutionality ami its bad |#»licy and injustice. After stating that the general government must reimburse* ii state for all expenditure# properly made, Mr. Cates says; “But that argument is not applicable to the case in hand. Tile bill is not to reimburse any state for moneys which it expend***! for ' the common defense. It is to reimburse the states for taxes laid by congress twenty-eight ; years ago, upon their people—not on the 1 slate#—to enable the Federal government to j maintain th© common defense. The prece-; dent# cited to sustain this bill, bear no etna logy to it." The coi.st itutional aspects of the rase are discuss, si. Mr (>i:t**s cotK’Iudee with the statement that ti:© citizen has no claim, legal or equitable, to any lawfully levied money# after they have reached the coffer# of the government. Mr. Cull lemon of T**xa# also submitt*sl a minority r**j#»rt to a* *coi nj mu iv that submitte*! bv r. ()at**s. He states that Ii** is opp***©*! t*» the |<a sn^e of the bill, not because of any constitutional objection, but for tin* reason that, as it isinteiHied as a ineasura of r»*lief from the uiKspial burden# of Hie war, it #b>}#< short of fair justice to those who have ) eon ami are enduring manifest injustice from tlu; same ecu**©#. He conclude# with the state-m**nt that any measure for the restoration of money wrongfully taken, or unjustly withheld from the people of any particular section of tile country, as in thi* ©ase from the North, by reason of the exigencies of war, without a recognition or provision for a case of ©qual hardship and more manifest injustice from the South, is doing justice by halves, aud ought not to I#* encouraged. THE LAST SESSION (If lh© A O. IX W. Grand Lodi;©—Gttlccr# Ih-rtcd Mud Coni iii it t ©•»** Appointed. R*k iifhteh. N. Y., March 8. — The grand lodge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen held its final se*- -on yesterday. Syracuse was scict*‘ l as t’to place for th*- next set, ion. Benjamin Franklin of Orlean# coanty wa# ckii*si guide; I*. A Spitz of East Bloomfield, inside watchman; W. It. Butter, outside watchman, aud R C. Hill of (dean, grand trustee. Hon. Leroy Andrus of Buffalo wa-, apjxmited legal adviser of the grand lodge and Lr. Briggs, also of Buffalo, was re-appointed grand nwsiical examiner. Tho#© committees were appoint©*!; On Raw-, — tieorge W. Mtixon, C. W. Stevens, and J. S. Wilson.” On Cr* * lent in Ls anil Returns —B. (J. Mead, II. B Dicki»i.son and John Sawver. A re olution was adopted prohibiting the institution of I- *lg< * in cities having a j#*pu-la I ion of 5,BOO or I"ex*-, pt w hen there are fifty members pre *nr to take tin degree. Th©#© representatives to lh© grand h#lge were cho en:    Nel    on    Ramb'll    of Ripley, Chautauqua comity, . h > is the oldest past gifiu-.l rn-, ter workman in the miler; J. ii. Norton of I Idaville an • 8 A. •fa-hoonmaker of Brooklyn. < I if! on Knroi. Clifton, March x — F,r!St race yesterday, , mite; Sh .lover first. Little Jim second,* to third; tim race, Hide: i ham said that Causey would L#* punished to ♦he law’* limits, and an expose of his alleged j advanced in wealth aud prosperity without . arling first, Ariel se**• md. Joe Cauli*hi thud; time, !:(/?. Third ra e. 7 ; furlongs; Mabei Glenn osMom - *■ Aid. 'Yah*#* thir«i; ia(xj>r (Numeeti* n> mad'. Ttir©© Pt-moi©* I ii © v\ n©.i. Minneapolis, Minn.. March 8.—a special to The Tri (ains from Mason City, la., says: As Jam©# Mcltitoih of Spirit Like. «oootn-IKini©*I by two young la-tie*, dan1,*titers of James Evans, were driving aero** East Oka-ka. ii##- lake, ti ie' drove into an air-hole and all were drown.sl. They were bi the water several Ii.mrs before tneir bodies could be recovered. The ltr«M*kJyin* in Florida. Bt. Augustins, Fla., March 8. — The Brooklyn league ba#e(»al] team arn vc* I here last evening, sud will remain here until April I. fir-'t. Lemon Bl time. 1:42 Fourth lace, I miles; Itochart first, Zang- ^eacotistield H©.-oud, Bt Mary third; time Bixth ra©\ mile: I ■ uqneuna filly first, I'ai-.y ria ii s <>ud, Bias third; tim©. 1:21. uplifting the common school system—the    .    _    Mi______ foundation of the prosperity of any people, t bar second. King Volt third; time, 2:58. If the bill berain* law the line of state and j Fifth race, % mite: Monsoon first, I>»rd local interest# and influence# in education would fade away aud ultimately he swallow «; up by federal influence. Mr Blair rapliad to Mr. Hate's argument arui al o to Senators Spooner and Plumb. As to tile statement that the South w-a- opfwsed t<* the bill. that was not so. The Mo,itg**raery Advertiser favored its passags. Tiler© were 150 papei*# in the country edited by colored men, and every one cf them favored the bill. Mr. Blair saki lie wa# not mistaken as to r- e from win h luoet of tin* raprasenta i thiCHKo '(©ii Dlwo** th© Fair. " ashington. March 8.— I hi* Chicago rep-resentativessn th© world’# fair matter were I ©for© the (ulKOiniiiittie of th© house commit tee on the wo ld'?, fair yesterday, and di*-•usstsl the detail*, of tile bill. Th -v sai*! that Chicago ha*I ii guarantee fund of Kutn© "III Krfraln f*urn Voting and Other* "ill su|»)N>rt Air. liUiitloii#’* A nim.I ineiit—Lord I liurehlll Fronipied "r. Jennlng’a Asnendnient — llallitT >114 r I. -hum’# limier stolen. I/INMON, Mar«*h 8.—As th© del site relative tc tile acceptance of th© report of the Parnell cc mm batlon proceed# in the house of cornin xns. indications increase that th© govern limit will not be abl© to commit it# full voting strength in favor of Mr. Smith's motion Th© action of Mr. Cain©, the (Tnionlxt, iii denouncing the methods pursued by rile Tina*# and the government's ta**it ap proval thereof has iiittucnivd #i*v**rHl inem-bera of his party to abstain from voting on Mr. Smith - motion, or to go still further and support Mr. Gladstone’# amendment, while th© attitude of I>irdRandolphChurcliill, Mr. I.'its J Jennings ain! several other Tory members must necessarily pla*#* a*faliti«*nal * >bs toe tea in the government’# }*ath. It is well uml©n*tood that th© amendment of whn-h Mr Jenning# gave notice in th© house last evening wa# Instignt***! by Lord Randolph Churchill, who, it is asserted, has ©xpressisi hi n*elf in favor of following a midway between (Ii© |H>siti*>ns assume«i tty' Mr. Smith and Mr. Gladstone, and it I# expected Hint such a departure from strict party line# will a lf or* I a consistent refuge for many doubting Tories mid Unionist# who might «din rwi#a d*#*in it cxpdient bi vote in opposition to th**ir conviction#. MA UK ll A MS BODY BTO LEN. A tremendous sensation has Ram caused in Cork by the discovery that the body (rf the late Bailiff Markham Ila# Ihnmi stolen from the Kitteiuan church yard. Markham wa# ahs.Mutely btvcolt*#! during th© last ten yeara (vf his bf© for the conspicuous jwirt Ii© had taken iii evictions, and for that |#*ri*"l was under police protection. In fa*’t the man w as so generally and thoroughly *l**t**st©*l bv Nationalists tb it th©poli<N>are wholly nimble to direct suspicion of particiimtion in th© robU*ry of his grave against any particular pert# nu or persona The - 'atistics compil©«l in the war office 'lu*w th© enrollment of 234,000 volunteers throughout the kiiigdoin, of which number 210,000 ar** efHcicnt ami available. HT .'UTL.INO TKHTl <1».N Y EX PEI’TEI*. Tlie trial of Mis Mli/a)M‘th V’incent for shorting Mr. l/**wis Henry l*;ui**#, member of parliament for Walworth, w ill lie railed **n Monday n©\L Both sid**s are ready and it is report -d thai th© young woman’# defense will di lose fa bs extremely damaging to Mr. I sines, which have not hitherto even 1**011 hiubsl at. I’hedo-'k la! Hirers of Hamburg have formed a powerful union with a view of formulating and submitting demands for shorter hours and higher wa es. At " ••I's-enfe.s, 'listria, a large shoe factory caught file while th© employes were at work. Th© building and contents were totally destroyed and seven workmen were bu rut# I to death. Although the iiK*Ht *-itram© -simplicity wa# observed throughout th * funeral of Master Abr ahum Lincoln, tic* display of flower#, l«>th at th** boils© and at the tomb, was remarkably large, Hi© vault la-mg literally (overed with flowers. IN THE COMMONS. ' strong Opposition Kiel ted by Mr. J© n it I huh* Announcement. London. M rn Ii 8. — In th** house of commons la t * *• ming Mr. l/oui# J. Jennings, Conservative, ave notice of his intention to move an a*Iditi**n to ti©* motion of Mr. Bmith on the acceptance of in*; comatission’s report, which would dts’lar** that tho house condemn*'! th'* conduct of those who w*-r© ra-s{x>nsibl»* f*»i having .-iccu- -1 ui©inl#‘rs of the house of complicity in outrage aud murder, the accusations l» ing bas*s| on forgisl tetter#. Mr. Just in Met art by said he was glad to find a Conservative taking nil indejicmient action. Sir Henrv James askc*l what was Ud’aron as com]*at«‘<l bi m«*n who had taken oaths b* destroy tile government **t Hi** queen and ©#-tablish a republic au*l lia*i then entered parliament ami swore alfa giaiu*e b» lier ma-j©#tyf He would rather occupy I/©('aron’# fiosiiion than the f©*-.iti(*n of men who were a#MH*iat(‘s of ass.-i-.ins. The dt bat© thereafter beearn© so wearisome that th** house tiitully luck***! a quorum and adjourned. I.©#nett Himself Too 'Inch 'tmiey. New York, March 8.—'I’h© Evening Poet says it has been learn«Hl that l’cll. .Simmon#, VV'allack and the other bank w reekers, used the Asbury Park, N. J., National lunk in their cli s k-kiting operation#. Bigmund Meyer, wit c<»nii«-ctioii with the wrecker# has been ai! ,‘#1, was inten* .t©d in tho Asbury Park concern. It tfasw not appear that the bank I****) anything by tlw* of;©ration# of th*- wreck* rs, (>ut the I act that th**re were b'.#iv*-.s transactions of the kind referred to l»*d th<* unUoiiaI bank examiner to impure into the condition of th** l»ank, aud thi# re-suited in th© discovery that th© pn-si.lent, Georg** VV. Byram, had loaned the bank’s fund# to himself for ii-© in real ©state speculation to th-'extent of $5d,DOO. The )»auk's capital is e 190,900, and the law permit# only’ 19 per is nt of this amount to I*© loaned in the mat* *r that Byn. n had loaned it. Byram i# making the amount good, and th© l»«nk v. ill doulitl**## be a1 lo we* I b» continue business. l!i#hop Ko win aa Fouml Guilty. Chicago, March 8.—The conference which bn# Ihh-ii try ing Bishop Bowman of the M E church, on charge# of unchristian conduct, telling I'liiic-roii- ami broad falnehoo'l.sngaiust church members aud using unchristian ex pftMslonH while din versing on religions #ub-j*s t#, rendered a verdict finding Bishop Bowman guilty aud *!“p**dng bim from his office a.-, bishop and from IU© ministry until th© next general conference. Til© charges of “unchristian conduct" consisted of numerous alleged slanderous assertions against his fellow ministers, in on© particular instance Bishop Bowman l*-ing #ui l bi have characterized th** Rev, ll B. llart/ter, president of o*>dy college al Northfield, Ma.-©., as “a vile aud godless, man." Conia n’t Kearti a Settlement. London, March s.—it i# a<*s©rt©d that th© Portugu minister has fail*-1 Ut #©cur© any modification of England’# attitude in hi# ne I gotten ion# with Lord BaJtebury and will return to LM*->ri at once. Th© popular feeling against England in Lisbon i# extremely menacing, a- the result of the minister s failure. Iii* Intoning Divided. Ixjndon, March 8.—It is said that all of th-follower# of Mr. Chamberlain, with th* exception of Mr. Cain*, will vote with the government on Mr. Smith's motion, snd that the ti .1. .'cie i> ad*.*, ’the Jesuitical power of already, an i no ex e—uve government appro- tiw¥ r»‘h?« to be offered by Mr. Jennings will tLs country bald decided that Hie way to get pr.aliotu* such a# Lad been reported was    the    support    of    hirusei/    and    theChurch- xictroi of schools »»* fir^t to get th* control needed.    ^ contingent only. [pees,Laces,Laces GREAT REVOLUTION IN PRICES. WL HAYE three Lot# of the moat useful sud choicest lim*# of cheap Lace# that you’ll find in a long travel, and tliishin’t all. we have cut the Price way below the regular, because we’ve got to big a stock ami want to reduce it, they range from.-c per yard to any Price you want to pay Rig Lace inducement# these To appreciate these value# is to see them ami to lest .h©tu is to use them, we know if you'll set* them you’ll buy. You ll say they're worth getting at these Price#. Then we’ve got three boxes of Ribbon Remnants and have net the Prices at 2c 5c and 8c these won’t last long after a few custom! rs get their eyes on them. Ribbon# arc alway# useful and it# a poor hand who can’t work em up into some pretty article of fancy work or patch pieces. The Latest and which is attracting no little aUention 1# our M Tint Cent Counter It# anew Idea of ours just to #how how many little useful things you can get for Three cent# it# taking well;we'ro only going to run it during the month of March flite, will buy aden)lemen'" tine Linen bosom Laundiied While Shirt already to put on, tine goods for thi# Price if you’re in a hurry to dross up and can’t wait for yoni regular laundry,then come aud buy one of these shirts you'll never regret it, money well invested and many returnsof satisfaction. ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ila# just received n full limited' rn Otercoits and Trollings iteptiil to Buy iii tlu* city, and at prices that will pay you to sue him befoi a r purchasing. LADIES! lf you want. nu easy And comfortable abo with u heavy'sole. one that will keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong Ai Co’# Hand Welt, common Neuse shoos. They "ill please you.-- SULLIVAN & SON, I S Ce tit ce Street, v all Paper at Monroe s. _____ - ;