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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York B VOL. XX. HEP Ii ESE XTA TI VE USINES3 HOUSES DUNKIRK N. Y . FRIDAY. MAY 2. ism. Lr Bor*    if    atdjns. >r.*cu«o of laxour *u<i utber THE MOUNTAIN LABORED, OF DUNKIRK ,V iii kiQ t« «»< blank® re the latex»    •:?    »* ae M-.ii* rural Department nl DuakirklPrtnGnir Company, 4 LEXAMDCK'1 Co®: aal Woo.! fart, ?*> A Central Avenue, opposite Wk**I P ate >.«! Ail ara ten of lur! aa-l raft C«®ti. W 4| Lumber, Shinrieii ami Lath. Free ie it a    Coniiina    Had    for    whole*®.#    lot* •attal ted. J ) K. oirroKU, £t: and *» Central Ar* ll. Art.auc Cb.it,•*rapper. Inatantaoem- Pbotmrraph* ul Rabies a spec.alty. fitter* need not ara.t for sunshine except for lain aa. I.DOK BIBI) FBT-J A rn mm Iavi.au, Cr» I » prieuar, No. lh IC. gerund street, near Bul-t;»*o •Unset, Dunkirk, ii. f. Ma®*/im#*, Mi aa, Pamphlet*, etc., Ie Mind sn all aly Ie*. '»Hm tit«• .n t ti y attended to. Ad work ft iran teed. A GREAT TURNOUT OF WORKINGMEN AT CHICAGO Chirt> TI»«Mi*aitJ YI -*» in Line —— rh* *I re. I * I nif'i Vt uh Fnf t**u»4*»ttr *nn-pnt hirers*— "’ain yp.*0« the tfrstiaf im New lnrk—'o De na faut rat Urn in Put*- | lairy, bul TI'utiUt la Feared. FBI' “rf* Ms; | lemon *f rte fen r I 'lone*! if*"    ■ I tfteriu im -ret — The greatest labor ”Vitu#*rate hi Chn sat* "Vi o>|.ick Tt**t*nl*jr linen »IWW) men ■■ !• ! ii I HiHCEIi chum:KE.KY HOLME, .Me central Aren tie Whoteaai# and retail dealer ia Imported and him* atle China, G iaiwiwar#, A *- ('HH TAt LICA HOTEL. J    Hate*,    ti    per    day. Liverv and Hoarding Itahit in ronnc'U-wi Viewer Ruler, HS and VT, Lion sUieU * t ITV PA RUE K MB Or V/    Cha*.    Mingle, Prop., Catter Lake Mu ire National Hank, corner Center and Third street*. A tfue st** k ut foreign and Domestic i«u*a I 'OMKLIM A MOM. \ >    Sit    c««ter street. Practical hnrne-ahueta Particular atteuuoa pal** kl intel /mn® luna -a Shoeing of road »• I trotting In irs* a a specialty. D LM Kl HK EV EM I M '» <)R*1KVER A<i une.jaalle«I advertising medium. D ,1TB KI HK EMO IM KERI MO 4/DMI'YNY lf -rn >•’■ >ei • " A ■ >t Manufacturers of k lignum, Boner-, Pal Ie- «. ShAJfting Hanger*, et*. Pattern*, For® nga, •mating*, and Machine VV.irk loonier, marched to the mum of manic furnished ay numerous I mn* la. At the hoar named he pruceunioa started from Monroe aud Peon* afreet* and marched east The United Brotherhood of Carpenter* headed he pr»M***e:.m. The Carpenter® ’ Union Vo. I and the Ajnmlgamated Carpenter* iud Joiner* followed. Tiles** with Knight* >f Labor Carpenter* a**-** rn hi ie*, formed a im* of a -out tnt carp* :, a Following then* came the United Order <f American Bricklayer* and St one mannas -about 2* JOO. Then in order naturel - ame oui unloader®, cloak makers, wood w rit •r* unions, lather* and turner* organization*. About I.BW) st mug, cornice maker*. roil molders, metal worker*, tv po graphical iaion wood carver* and joi ner*. Bollen, ia a wood m,M ' ne worker*. N K Fairbank s •mployen, [aper hanger*, cloak and pant* maker*, tailor* German typographical mum. frailer maker*, ga* titter*, bo* baker* sawyer*, harness maker* and Many other*. Banner*, flag* and mottoes vere plentifully display tai, and the "eminent® exprc***-d on the motto#* ca me* I remend'mc* cheer* from the throng of jje**f at .r* that crawl!#*! the hue of march Everything mood smoothly and not the •lightest di*turl»ance or wrangle o»> urrd. The preutoraion aaa ea-sly f.nir nile* long and nuat of the pa railers, were our abreact aud the rank* were crowde,I loe loge* her i g th ex J a*'ted from the atock of materialise. Ins*end of IU,-fed, i*wa loan 2 *■**•» ap The *i .arte* did im w*> men i» # jear»*i m ifr After I-ara « kl .MKI KH *M I HT UC JHI, Jus aa » I r Center street, Manufacturers of Ute ‘Cromwell*’ an i "Dunkirk'* j»erfect - titling Dress ■guru. db sale in ail leading turn.shun;, oiottnng au l dry good* bouses in Duns rk. I ! r. TOO MKT. I * .    43#    aud k'rf'* Liou street Dealer la Fkmr, lee*!, ait, Haled Hay, I'a*si •Baun, etc,, Ksiasdsshfl, IDH » KIE HOTEL and toii.ug Saloon, I aloe Ii Dej»oL ikaay maw n» aa uni,un aud bite- I aaa* Ut ; use*. Heel accum Mao dati* ms for Co.rs ai mal I raveler*. John J. Mar pay, I* nip. bl • ML.fc.tC* m, 4 Uh 'dT, aud s* R Third street. r lac Fur ai van?, < abl net Mare and l> Bo. storing. Picture F rn me* a* de to arder, D. M % riF.sUN A CO.. MH Central Are , Lea lev* of *• ndi.on and leuUfatn < coaita r» AKELI MTE LM UBATUMl CU, a Kau ufat'.lurer* of Mteaiu tieatiug Apparatu* St ntarv Plumhing a *peoialtv. H OWE *TK I Vt LAC IV DRY. •u ng over the line of march Die prof ession moved t«* tile luke trout park h i«eiv the anil'him*ement tbAt Congress iitAR b rank Lrfkwlor, JudgHR l ur hill, Premier glint mad nth* r* would apeak, ha*l ira un an iuinieiiste crowd Tliere were lilly STmJOH iieople on the ground in midi ;iou to 11««vs,- t ..at j.td tog 'I [airt in t he parade owing to sm <ine 'ni*under*iantling nu -tieaners *; .od had *<• erected ai the lark. and the < arr tues Iw.Mriug inn sjwaker* were therefore driven to different •dines in the [Mirk. aud front fh*-ui the rowd was aildressrsi I'he orator* *[iok* «k. the hibur    ami    tr« un the ap plause that follo’^pd their remark* it »':w evident the multitude wa* well pleased. I p to a late hour there bai lieeii no troabk at rile *t«»fk van!*. Se\ v-taI of the hoiiflM were cloned to all?.w the men to ake part in the parade, loc police on I aly there did OOI amil ii lite an* troll I lie. Nnw Y<MtC. May %—itam foiled the tailor para<!«* and . pea air mas* meeting ast night. a(> l hoi more than    naeti were at the I mon -'[tiara meetings There wan plenty of rnunir, nome red flag*, more labor inotUnM, and A rainarbably large collec t ion of [ndU'enien Amotig t ine •peak* r* .it t*!** plaza were -sTgius S* eev-tch. F. J Mdruifr. Tbeoilore B. Cokeman. Pat I i a rot tk.i a ami Profess, ,r Da 4c; « ufF*, 4c, and Lace < urtaiu*. Free Deliv wry. A W. CubbubMi >•” t enter street sui At thei dtageigher well known shaker* ll K. OEH M. IL. T ..id st., Ola of Hu lf alc ■Caniii.t<sUurer and lieu cr in Fine Hoot* I shoe* Hr>KV WKILEK'M MEW STUKE. MA b Thin: *L H**dt*, staUonery, Koaicai in-•uruaieuta,Mogaxina*.Daily aud Mf eekly Paaer> u I evervth'rg pertaiaiag to a Ant cia** bonk •tore. Schoo. Hooka a »p*iciaity. J OB ITAM TLM. if every <le**;nption rn lowest living rate* by Dunkirk Fruiting Coot pan v, 6 and lb K. -eenud ML J rf. LAN BIREN A Sail, Fire life Aire; .eu: *ud Dei,era. inntirae.a Dealers in Heal Estate and L<ame. Particular a. jeu Vc >n Mill u* die c ire of pre pert i coltect-mg reati Ac. db Center al. Tad fl***r. % | oMliOE * PHARM ACT, JI -tut* Centra' Arenae dtut•!<|aarlers for Wail Paper Pa.ut .Ona, A u i,CKtvlM *. J. W.. AUb Le ii ter euect, M..uulA'outer and Heater ! a Hat nos, Ma<f Ile*, * r I.c*. Cot gun, I ru. ks.M tx w. Bulfa>o Hone*, for' r Covers «riove* lf uten*and Mletgb Hope*. [I MC HOLTE*. I .    IT    East    Third    street, b aahteaabic Tailor, yeattemen will tin t it to their adv suing* u> call oa me liefore purcuasiag ••i*ewbere. weri heani. hailing tile e, mug id the PlTTHBt’BO ilemonMtrati * Pile builders he grant* v Iso The pi etlfD lot toe for I he purp .uov. iiM-nt Jo their employ* It I- fen a Builder En strike rn ii * iaai gBDitwl.. Res, *|ut iou* were adoptetl gilt-hour day ae the itegiu-Dolitkm of wage > MAV -There were no labor iii ioarg >e*rer*iay. .■ic', however, over ay follow in a few oil owner* have real slot I organization -•irking against any ours tot be m.wle by ie ; , H. 4 1K\ I ( *>., I ,    ass    Lion    street. Vnaml IlarilwaD'.White l ead.'uh.Painter’# Mupjo.e*, iii I clout*, '.nu. to Ware. a •porial ty;of Mbmrwtb Wfliiams Pant Bad tConr«e range. I * I'LIND. ach a» blank-baiks, lclger*. and f t ai M its* t a oi oh Has do ae at Dunkirk Prtauag L<Knp*n\, 3 and a> K. MetHiil st •vail- strict pera- [ttAr juiet I w as men d for U I'DOLEH HOLDEN H AI KIL IV    Cor.    Third aud Buffa *>. iseaier ta i, ram to, Marfiit r «. giur • ad Hue hug *tone. your side-wa Ik Call on me iieioiw buying I l*LEY A DL [\    7 an t v fete*: fnal streec WI. sky, Wtaaa. Brandle*, ir-i.era. Ltgaur Store for b *.ni!v Cue. , OULKT TLII, \    Lion sirs-et. near toe te|»u. Ii- anil rig, sale, Feesl ana f .I vers * Cill ie mb!in* by the day or week on rem-maine na*. VU J. (ID FORD, Md Centtai Are. (Up k etiur*.. irencra iueurance aud Ueai h^utte ^to. k re, Life, AcciiteK, and Live ism anc*:. Prompt attotiL'H* g.» j-d to Laying "i *cltin* Real K^tak*. J«lNt *. » C. Tin is! sh. cor piei •ia,or Meal U*rUl. Fre*b, salt and «t U« at*, Lank skuMifi*. Oy*tor« on r ATC ti F_*. J F WELKA, Ai . •guy the Aurar* Rai2r« ad Watob. Repair-us a specialty- . Frank V. stapf. s» K. Third X. cJA. M'Kkf.k, Men-bant Ta ior, lib ( en ira I Avenue a "ta hr the mender* EvcUAOjp thrt a hig building occur wiibbi a lew tlaya If cm,!., the WriltA will prubkUt ia-elude *1! the trn Ie •*gryejt csrpcn'cr*. Tile a iii ber* threatea    strike on May * f-»r in ai I vanew of 5H cents per day in wage*. Three hundred miner* are m w on a st uke for an advance of 30 cent* per day. n ie new acale for mining, by which railroad and river coal miner*' wage* are *(nalised in Western Penn*ylvania. went into effect yesterday About kW miner* ire affected by the change. Tbs tug sciirary of coal miner* in rhi i* giving great c*»n« • rn to the m lives. The tttpply us .ally -ii) pet the re*}iuretnent*. Philadkj.phia, May 2.—The I ter* of the striking carpent** -yestefiay. At a meeting !**< ail aiinooacwd that Iwtween *»•> an hod liven grant ell the lacreasf ami 'iHittiicnce wa* tipr>‘*ssl in tin# ultimate *‘i'*c**ss of the movement About Iou r**>fcr* went on s; rill- ***s;er-•iay f*»r an iii* n*use from CB.TS to >1 |>**r day. About 111) h«*i carriers ai ( ,.m bn, N.J.. struck for an increase from Fido to &i.TD per day. .**>nie of the empl<>* cr- ^rantetl the ittCh'.wf* and the men rv-ts rued to work. Baltimore, May    —There wa* no pa rade here ye*terday The nieni!<er* of the car[ient»*T* union believe that they can accompli -h what they want in a mm h more *a.i is Le dory manner than by sinking, and a strike would only be entered upon here nuder imperative order# from the general oflii-er* at Philadelphia. Very many trade* ara now workiu* under an eight iioov *y* tem ami other* limier a* agreeable ar mu genie ti ta. Boltov May A—A joir arbitral <*n ii.ie Iw-wrn apl*' st* *tie 'contractor* and the j* in met bien cutter* and this a*-ti*rn. it ia helteved,i*til result in the settlement of all the free-*t«>ne trout*.*-*, Hie pr-* ai! ug -tnke among th* ter* in tbla city i* q aet and it now yet \H Ii.' swgtir however, [Mila termmed struggle. A few men ai work, hut will probably join the after pay day. The employer*, a known, ac- «i- mg tug! .ag. Buiid* out lying-osi r>< is, win* do n the em pl* >yer* organucaf iou*. cooee accordtng eight worki Oiue hour* pay. Offer# from <• tun- to individual men are g fit-ssi. tin* carpenter* i-outeudiug .- r rv* og nit md of 11n if organ i/.al:* rn quit# aa much aa for the eight-hour day. ' idcrjf n{ the F I apeaker* at) I.Y v Mook , Maw 3 owrug ta tew (aa «e*-i<-m* matte rn fhr Bovid.ng awd rffwr trader, wberet«y Ilia worfct••* rara votac torilr vdh a f--w ex* efrtiowa y-aaraU aine hour- per day w.th nu radu«-V4*m m sager there war no iBtamiptu*a aa wianea rn Lynn t - sterday. The •Btw tad eof her worker* owing bo th* complex oat ara of the iinne • gaged n have mu yet atter any formal demand for Bine or right houra, ah bough th-y ar* still keeping ap th# eight bour agitation. Ti vt*-*. Mara., May t.—All the bora mas,.uh hen* b-it one have agreed to grant nine hour* work and ten hour*’ pay. II v\ rrhiLL, Mara., May 2.—The mortar I carpenter* have all aigned the agreement granting nine bour* aa a day * work at th# I old pay ai #13 per week. Lav* L*rnL Pa.. May 2—All the bora nr’    th the exceptt*>u of umAtbe ANO, AS »N THE FABLE. IT BROUGHT FORTH A MOUSE. gn mon ’rad ? 'rem KURTIC mine *trii •lay labor on ad van* Son out tart**! in waterway tBBnng th Bum Nt par.ole an •*ight bon •Tai Th--id was t the H A ho will * Ft ’«»fS ll lay a pay cd the union demand* The met) k where tbe demands were boc cob-The w .iges,»f the hod carrier* went i*ci and they *1j*1 not strike. Thirty cr* who had heed on otrtke for aer* leeks, re*umad work yesterday at nard wage*. >• - K, M . h.. May 3 —The Atlantic e ho* ended. The tram mer* and - resum'd work yesterday ac rn of #3 [**r month in w ages. T. N 3 May Z.—The carpenters on the nine hour svstam here There is bo dissatisfaction - I Melees tad leading contractors. ham. Ala, May 2.—'The labor I demonstration in favor of the - em wa . a big * nee era Sev • and si. u were in line, There f 2.— Sixty wo*a1 carvers ruck hee aura the fore-rnpl ving men whether ie uaioti or uoL May 2. -T here wa* nu b«-re any d.-oriler in any *ection of t* several huudn*!carpenter# took lidny. The carpenter# and joiner# • iii Iwgin their move for on eight lay t'HlftT W UNK Tnd . Mat 2- The carjien Sfr x yectenlay fur a uine hour I .'3 .-en'* M-r to ,r as t he iuiu:niuB -* me i*»s.grnatral the demand. Will !«# UU -1 E rike. Day wt, < », M it th# car w fur*, s run persist) cl in hey 11# I. .fig. San Fsiam CIM.a J nu Ll a. demo §mtar$ THE ELECTROCUTION LAW. Attorn*-' llat*-h tau Hake No Further iii the *tale t Hurt*. Ar hint. M i I.—The st**lenient made iv K.-tittr.conns* I, • 'barie* K. Hatch •I Pi, ■ ii .. and M*m out Woe < cm men tod * I e m i hen* *s !e>iu extremely erroneous. mh» sa* _ that thivernur Hill cui c i.- jp i vs i* h t he judge* of the court f ar »e.ii-and hail declared the law of el** tt I ti ev *. tition nanstitutional. <»ov-< rn* i H ! t I *o a reporter thai he ha*! Haver von salted the judges of the court of «[i * al- >,n the matter and hail never given n> >i < i- u It.c- > ,irtHermon* quoted u* s.»v cg : bat he w .ii ap »1\ to the supreme curt ( i',i\ I ga cut inly for a writ of ha-■ Jette > - runs «,n this sime constitutional ground and appeal it to the general term md t en to the ourt of appeal*. He says i dc Mon CBE lie obtained by June. Pr» <>r < » : tis. tile legal adviser of the ex* ut ive chamber, said thai no such ♦ fit >••;.] *•• old he made. The cara hail I teen •• i*-r d by die c >urt of ap[w*nl* and that b<*1 \ bu! decide*! it roustitutioual, In !ge <• lh ti w-i';ng the decision and !c iari.ig *eu cst iou of cruelty cue for he ieui-iature to decide. Judge Dei:. «i Brten of the court of ap-peal iid when spoken to upon the *ub-;•••■!. 'The court of appeal.* could mg ig.iin oim*u up tile ijta-stioo of c*im*titu loBttlu y Hie de* i*i.in written by me iud cf • it r -I in by the entire omrt de-•lored axe* uti.-n* by electricity eaaaCikB-tet settle** the matter so far s eoncernetl The only thing Ab Extremely Quiet Day ta the Eurapeaa title*—The WiaiUn and Auar**hl»t* Erase tv Im* ae Harm lee* ae Kitten*. TV va La rye Cilia* Ell led With «U»ldiary. A Few Braula. Londox, May 3—Th# Aerrihle Mayday "bo*ne“ btu comr and gone, aud rn very in •ugnilkatrP and harmlera fellow he ha* abown himself to be. What little disorder there has been on the continent, where it was predicted and greatly feared blood would liivt ho# I lee u con Hied to street light*, and brawl* of proportion# far be- I neath the character of a riot am! the san go mary Socialist md the hioodthiraty i Anan ii let are displaying a degree of meek ne** that eau* -* tii*- lamb to appear fero- ' cion*, and p« *i ti vc iv dangerous by ewntrmet In London the st raft display of the borated J strength and u Dram promising determina ] tion of the workingmen were positively ridiculous in their meagreness The [Mrades were not directed by either the trmie unionist* or the irijeialiat* aud really see me* I «o have «mi definite object. The Socialist* and trade* organization*, how ever. dec lam that they are reserving *heir forces for Sunday, when they will give an example of their power that will cs nae society to tremble On sit *id**» are heard angry murmur* at the «ud«lea and unwarranted action of •he authorities in springing a large force of police upon the scene of the demoruftra-rion. loge!lier with the proclamation regulating the parade* and restri« ring their route lh l* they declare will fie re sen te* I on Sunday unlera the program of the offi etal* i* in the meantime modified, which of course it will not i*. A- a rn it ter of fact very few of thooe who di*l parmie were genuine worker*, rhe po* ket-pit king brtgoiie wa* out in full force and many of the croft were arrest cl The third divtaion of the pr<**e*eion was coml <»ns1 of mn) girl*, representirig the *trtk»*r* from tha envelope fo*’tone* They carried tuc-ng other tat un*-cs one iiearing the in script] on, “Those who do not dare to «elebn*te to-day are slave*. '* Another iiauiier was in,*cri)ie*l "Kemember Uhuaifo.’* and displayed picture* of chain*, handcuff*. Boose*, et®., tsigether with the name* of Parsou*. Spies and their i*urapanioua on the gallows, aud the last word* of ''pie* The Socialist leader. Morris, deli'-ere*! a fiery *pee« h in Hyde park aud strongly nl vacated the organisation of concurrent strikes throughout the whole land with the *mgle object of securing a uni versal ! eight-hour dav If a struggle with the autourine* should result from the move- I meat. he declared, the working would find it much easier and pleasant to tight to the death than hi starve to death, j Via Isnt speeches were also made ut several j points in the Hast Fad The general quietude on the continent is I due to the fierfect military arraug*-ments, I robbers. Although UM rabbery occurrsd vt a time when ordinarily tha hotel would have been filled with fiieeta the th eve* stood little chance of interruption in their work owing to the fact thai the exhibition aura. ted everybody wha hail *ufft- leat leisure ta af tend. leaving thscramdor* aad ■ura of the moms de*erte*l. The police believe th.vt the robfiery woe the work af one or more of tha porter# gang, the work having been daring in conception and skilful in execution. The jewel* ara -d enormous value aud comprise some rare gems, which the duchess wa* wont to wear only on state occasions. I GILBERT t>ii«d 4)r*4er in Bertin. BEHLIN. May 2.—Two thousand work I ingmen assembled yester*lay afternoon I and marched in procession through Mixer* | strafe to Alexander plxtfa. The men were | perfectly orderly and the police did not j find it nv-ewHary to interfere with them. I Anot her procession of A J PipetW ara. They were J p*dx«e to the nort hern shore. There were J numeroH* excursion*during the afternoon I -*f workingmen and their families, al which the utmost good order and good j nature prevail'*!. r**l**grrim* from Eilan. ' •' illielnish iette. MallwHs, Spottau. Kid. Ltthaek, Bremaii. Crtogna ami Nonihau.sen •Lafe that the laboring class*** worked aa i Kau ai throughout the dev. proceeded to the I    .. .    -    I    f jai I w afahk i*.*4 orte»l by the Ha a.** ta Frisaa tar Lite far a* Warder a* We. UTICA, N Y., May I - TW trial af William fw Gilbert ;m!u-ted for the mnrterof iii. al Wale u at lk»iuhritege. 4 banat. count v was tinished is the circ ult »**urt of j oyer and terminer in Norwich, Wedne* dav At Tp rn the jury raturnetl a ver 11 kl of guilty of ta linier ta the second degree. ami tbs prisoner wa* sentenced to I tmprnwHimcBt for Lf# at bard la Lur ta Auburn. He re. **i *d tha senten'W stolidly sad I osrted with hi* mother sad tw« ai*ters with indifference. The murder occurred :b October, I HAS. We Hon wa* an insur inee nan and a popular resident of Bain twidga. Ou the night of the killing he wa* stand ag in Wilcox Bro#.' store, when Giiliert nut in and without any prevo» Htion fa-1 him. tfilbert i* M yearm of «ge. Th*- de lense wa* insanity The jury found that Gilbert had been lying a depraved life wa* drank most of he tune and hod a motive been found the •artlet w.,u!d have been murder in tha I rat degree. LATEST A VRS AT THE EK.XI- HT IHE MUST I nar«-ti<»t. BE EXPELLED A *n*al) Riot. V!en v %. May *1 —The Prater is occupied by troops, but they are not likely to he *uiii mooed to duty The street* are ti! led with people, but tha crowds are orderly \ riot occurred at Pr'-snjtz. growing out of an att mot on the part of workingmen bo Ulwrate some of ftieo* loinradt** who haft been im pH-out* L A mob of made a rush on the prison with the intention of -**rfiu_ rhe inmate* free but they were met by a strong body of trt*fp* and if the rioters were hurt. and Cracow there was wrvBBce of the day by repui.sc! A few At Tricot#. Pola ooh a slight »*J workingne-n and ng w Berlin, st ration, i pie*" ha,. ch telly jai lug uioce anti there fc-t at ion I ary were e xercise. and the ignore the woriel 4 Ila*..-** in Hertln. May i—As a Socialist demon si.-nUfy*# movement was a com . Those who rn rn tai out were fig men who were lieut on Doth-*• rte)iis titan Im mg a holiday O' no meeting or other niani f any <*onse'jncBCSu The mili-iirdecsl -nit nominally for field • e wore Instructed to en aa far a* pnswthls Hill >•* Im Allowed to R«-niaiM to Front-*. P 4 RI>. M ay !.—In an interview Mini*f#r • ’on-tan* de* lard he had no fear en ace rn-mar May tlav I’te disco®tented, he rani. ♦ohm exhibit their strength, hut so ak«o v ole the larger p;***y et law ai>tdent, •• -    • ii ll ut mc tbs ta-k of Lbe gov erie lien* Tse minister eon tm ac! “I have M-.j.-r.-d the arrent of fifty Anarchist* jb , ‘.ti ■ • aud el*»a here. LoOira Mu Jiei wa* , -r- - cd for incen* . a * v ipette* ai Houeu, ■ i \ huudreii arui riflv cudgel* were foutui I t he hoOi-e of the Vlacqui* de Morea, with wheel* it was intended u» arm noters. I hall con; lane to take precatit toaa uutil • I dau_* r . t- |>,i-s**[. Then I shall Iuka -rep* to expel from France four or fiva ho . and fort .^,ner* ako en* la a aer public tile I-*nt c artou ho* become a crime I intend ■the country w ii hoot delay, ti ia stop the at oui pi u. si art a perma-, il.i a mf ion ain- ag us which. Lf it freak out, would c'moline tho Ladies' and Chil«lren*a II"#- >uj>| *>rtcr*. Linen and Colton La' cs. Ladies’ arx! Children's Hosieri. Best Commercial Note Paper ami Ely*.lopes, ( hair Seats and Sewing '['a1 de*. The Downing Hee lining Back Carriages Clothe* Hampers. Waste and Lunch Ba*ktta Lad)*'s' and Mi** s Silk L»< e Miff*. The Celebrated P. Centenier Kid (ilove*. I hill Carriages ami Express ('art#. Adjustable Wire Spring Window Screens. Infanta' I*acc Caps and Collar*. School Bag* and Feather Duster®. Lawn Tennis and Croquet Set*. Ba-e Balls. Bits, and C atching Glovrt, ERIE STORE special announcement ^ TODD A UT A * < * f* .it< o Att. rn.*' ML*» Tth cySX, Waahington, l> « i c I s. Paton tee P a to ut*, ca rcato am I K** teuea -a*«-un*>i Trade M irk* re(rictore*l. AU Patent buat ne-a undue'cl fur ui'wlcmto Fee*. lnform«iiu. YUvicv ti, ) **|jcciai rrtercn''**- rant on rc.i'U'-i and only ti at work wi i interfere in cora ate •re t hrcatciici or tic of t he •letted world. Pf Et1 VY',-din leu At the    I M 4 DRIf), Mn wurftfncrmen visit >*hop* yw*f#rta| and the men til *t«,[» wet to dc. a- a role Th p#r*« tded by the an further attempt# to meeting" were held i [joint- hut t he v v Anarchist* he I* I a I®** hall. where the ora' Sol ta I int* "—rf rT*»U I the j en den « of striking tin i[M»l work tivl to induce . VII -Tri I h they declined • r* vr-r*- ii aal Iv t bort fie# rixteeHhte from h "i[s-r work -mall a the st reef - it r*» rit »u* wet** order! v. The '*** meeting in Music •noun. *rf large bodle* of troops I Iona I. in to this *ti I hat ria Untfcl st ; argue it before rh® NSH. the preset) uniter arm* overawing the turbulent cie aleut. Upwards of Mt.dteJ soldier* were ! ip'aiioued in Yienua akme. and Berlin is Titcrally crammed with soldiery. 4)nly in Pari* hi*# there been any di*or- , der worthy the name of lighting, anti this f grew not so much out of the labor move- i aleut a* the opportunities afforded by the j oo toiot) to the law lew® class that never ! woik# to engage in warfare with their common enemy, the police. The Liverpool gas -takers threaten to ! -trike on Monday to enforce their demand- J Tj. for iamrad p«y and shorter bour*, if in the meantime the master* refura to make the greater part of the con*”f***i"n* askrt. All of the proprietor* of public halls aud public houses in < oiogne united in refusing the ora of their balls for the meeting which bod lieeti announced for lost night. The Westphnlio Socialists have elected delegate® to the miner* congress, to be held at Jolimont od May JU. Th Petition the f ortes. M un;11* May a—Thousands of igmeii ass. inhied iu the Buen artieii.- yesterday an«i app*>iuri-tl de to praraat a j eight hour h dially necei v •tent of the street* were» tory and ooh •w to tile MI fprf >enur Ma •er of de .♦•re guar the work- Ketiro prest The Prohibition In Dakota. R, S. D, May 3.—At midnight iav the saloon* all over South Da-wi - cl* •*•*!. and tin- Im aor d nickers ill! atli have to g -r their fluid.- from thor 'ii .e!:4''- There is scari-»*ly a town in he st .it** where prohibition will not h® en ..reed. aud the saloou men barn accepted he sit Hat »u At i ’bandjerboa the*tri«t •’ifor< «*iiienr ,,f the law is desi-ed by pr«e i i>'ut i. .antes and anti prohibit ion it*, the atter hoping thus to *f*'ure a *[>#edter re I ural of the law, Xeilbaak *ai<)oui.*r.# rant heir fix'ure* into VI nu*'*ota Mitchell j **w t fa re’vlI f, ist iu ail the aal<sHis be- j re the ho#lr for cluing. The fact that iriiL'j -is can *ts ore no lii’eora* befur® I J..    »    the akee oi'mr-t ausoiafely dry 'n this rity the chief cab job keejier irajied In- . o abl!" ti men t in black. HON TM can be matin HMag tor us. Person* j>rr-trrretl who can furnish a hone and give their whet* sane lo Uiebu»int ss». Nfjare m-.mt-uia may be ptoni- biy employed al*®. A few vacancies in iu*n> urn < • ues H. K. /OHNSUN A CU,, •<**• Vt.on it.. Rn ti mon,I, Va. iii HAUK.—Two building lotVi\,i4i i* Loiffristreet ncnr fourtii .tnvl. tn,|i *t 73 K. Fourth -ire,*!. WANTED For BUT K’liable Nurrarx stock, aa salary or < ,,»u-aiBMHL W rte for tonne Nee*! no ex’-cnenee *. A Met) MB KH SCU N tnervarn, H,a hc-.ler, N SAlESMtN ROOMS TO RENT In die M> reb I ll. ill IT e Jai ik Budding Winner or Frmk Ma A Kifnmist Sixu SINO, N Y OMiad, A stage • xinare theatre 4 Oinmits "atelUe. I . Mav J. - Hurry L‘ Ray* carpenter at the Union New York. she* and fa d b A D,-pntwl i-m af *<»ciaii-t». P \ ais. M tv h am bar a latten of ,•*' ratife J a men la mr taw He ttwrna in the p ii reef* are < rn dijHjrter. — M i*I*H[net. [»re*Utent of dept) I ie*. ISS Cos! a de'atli-I - jestcniay, who pre tai praying for an eight-•rt* froru various *'it ic* .md vine®® show that while the de*! there is ti'db mg like didy w* iiuiit*: ii n.s.-lf here. Othier Green had just s4-rv-.[ a warrant up«jc him *m I a t 1 an Mf Si, 'amy. Ile went to a bed- 1 • rn o-f.-n-p p, to jrt,t hi* coat and snot himself The charge of bigamy was pre- ! terre.J bv a woman calling herself Mrs. | Anna Bai monte af Hroiklyn. She say* ' her n,!    • w.-to Anna Mttehell. a®'! that sin* ! wito marrieii rii Raymond in l'4H) Three f .va - later he wa* married ta the wom.ui \ with whom he ha* been living her® Ray- I mood is a Virginian als ut 4.3 year* old. I He served during the war with the Block i Hor*® t 'avalrv GARL SCHAUER •59 East Third St., ii til •t r*»«*otve<i a full lim THE DRESSED BEEF COMBINE. BALFOUR DEFENDS HIS BILL. rile 4 >>*»*mitt**** * milrmiirt* all Yrwiaur’* 'Ui’-mfitc of Hr. Wash) at JI md m mitt## of d bi i ne free en Th# house com •u"i affair* ha* made favor-ti the recommendation* of ncMican conference ire* that th# »s,nibinatioo of ir" at 4"Iticngo exiatstoth# argeii in the pop'Uar pre—. is th# effect of oppressing th# • and cattle shipper and of ic I* -.-ed beef market sotted price* of cattle are redmed ,.’.d to the consumer is mte el y reducerl. oily of    Philip Armour and ii- ct that their profits were •id. ct cd bv f is statements of I l)res*»*j Beef com pan v to ti’la *re to th# effect that th# I per cent. on a greatly #x- • s *5at ouenr that there is an n of cattie sufficient to oc- f ii • f pri**e is contradicted snorts    of th# depart ment of agr’,culture that then? ha* been b -t a»iy deereara ta the c,}.' *1 not 'att ie to popular iou once {*'<., Til® tefcurg * of interference with -mall cs *1 rivals m various cit ie* ar# fully ••onhrm-d. Th# monopoly of ti e Chicago stock va rd* sud th# discrimination by milk Id) * ha* he I ted th# dressed beef mo,)-' * .at <mi its r,r#*ent position. These f,    . ja-ri;y lh# com mitt## in nuxk tig (he re. ort) me adat iou# wiiteh acromia Favor of Hr*. V amt*-ne Hit. Mea    st HoLLT, X. J.. Mav i-ln the trial    ; •f M rn.    Tatidergrift    t r attempting t©    | .**iso« her * n. young Norman continued ! ate » sj tin,uiy \#• ;-r    H»- said that he h# -aine way while    j Philadelphia, aud    : This glare    | ive rise to    s the at ten when 'fete "ie to it twice in itlklfiT at Bl from hi* motlier ai the illti#w» which DV i! far a* lidcr* in the I ileioitg to are in many iu h'Kire at i* »nt roc uaiiv re- i hts trial wa* ted an ani •lefett *• opened its cam Mr* Yairtergrift was inaucial cond ii ion a* ri 'or murder in order ta Mild <i- liar* It vv.is clr suffered greatly from ha e*i cd rf on .-ii for us# ou her feet. a1 .Hie The proving that not in such had i uri.isfi ^ nj ut tv# gam a few thou ii proved that she c»ms. am! pur New Y Ok* atter! ami th*- •»■ Ii rkOftvlUNYL r. HO LPH. YI D., In the droller Cities. I ag'BIV IL ut, May 2—At hast IS.UUU men were in line yissTcrday, making a procession over live miles in length. After th# U ■ to. .I* -M...-,    it    ic    i    uor.-tcr    niecriiig    wa* held -It Na Residence.Central Avenue• tional park. where *;uiiuel ttemper*, pre#-Teiepboae BMY 2 aile iliav It# left at Lvou's. *' here rave 1 r reef Au Old ll ou*# Faits. H. >!av 2. Fe* hh#imer. Kau At f uannfaa'turera, failed yester.lay • ' roj;. r« y wa* ratj#*! by the shenff .itie* are estimated at $2«.3.UUU. ar -cf 73.01m a I he hot ira woe aa • tth i reputation for solidity aud ire ca :—si much surprise. The - ,r. rihnicte to dull tnale. though lip • r*- that mein'.er* of the firm ii -ml .••gel in speculations ob M oil lf th# Irish Woald be prosperous They Hast Lower th# Birth Kale. Isis don. May 2 —In the house of commune last evening Mr, Balfour resumed th# debate on the land purchase bill. If wa# his 4*pinion. he said. that although toe attacks upon the bill hail been forcible in form they were hesitating in su bet auca. i ; Th® severest defamers of the measure were I hampered by th# feeling that it* provis-: ions arconlrt with the lie-t t relit ions of every party in the bouse. He laid st res* on the fact that Sir William Harcourt hurt given hi# rfupp4»rt to measure similar to this on®. He hail in fact. »***n a party to ' a measure open to every objection which had been tiered against the present hill. , I it mg the objections of Mr Parnell. Mr. ; <>Ia« tat on#. >ir William Harcourt. Mr j Dtilon and «>Chcr prominent mcmU-r* of ; i t he Opposition. Mr. Balfour declared that t oherent opinion upou the provisions of ! the bili lines not exist among if soppommts. i though he !j#Ii#vt*i that many of their aug j gcstion* were ileaignrt with a view of un- j “sting the pov# rn me nr The Irish member*, he sai<i, had been j ; rich in project* fc* dealing with the ianii- j lorda, bat could they he askci. point to a ' . single bill really »4ealiug with rhe vital difficulties in ta# congested district*. They I mo*ie speech-* throughout Ireland. Cfi*I they ever urge the inexpediency and un-J wi.rtom of early marriages* 'Hear' Hear'] Mr Oil Iou bad thrown the whole blam# for tira large population of the west coast of Ireland upon th# landlords *ti”#!yf -.»ni# responsibility for having child! • resitol u[h,u th# parents. ] Hear* Hear') Timothy Healy—Scud Mr*. Itesant there. Th# sjieaker calltsi Mr Healy to order Referring to Mr t ’ham Ij# rial a's idea that th# local ant immies ought to be given ] regulative power* over contract-, under the bill. Mr Balfour a*lm it ted that if Ireland wa* In it* rn rn. d condition it wouUi ta* drvirable to ss-**•(;,,e th# county iiaincils with th# great work iu which rh# imperial parliament wa* encaged Rut. lie a-ked. i was Ireland in its nonurtcondition’ ’Par n#llite cheer*, j Th# bill had no rnt.soii d #t#r® unless it was to effect object n*rf uterely loi-al but national. Th# houra fought nut to allow itself to he frustrated in carrying out th# lienetit* of the measures by any lucid authority likely to be tuff ti I vuced by political rea-*)!!.*. He did not Ira I lieve the bill would tend to drive out Land j Ionia On the tuntrary. by diminishing the us tai friction th# landlort* could be induced t*i live more frequently in Ireland, j with greater p4*w#r* of urafulues». HER JEWELS STOLEN. Ail ■’.♦tor light Hour*. Vienna, May 2—Sixty workingmen's meeting* were beld bere yesterday, at ill of whicYi resjil ut ion* favoring an eight-boif dar were ateoptate. There have been no tfwt ort .atees in any quarter of tile city. Reports from all part® of th# empire show that the ufiii'tot tranquillity prevail*. A Pr«»#es4»i4»n at Bern#. Bel ss. May 2—A pmeeMiMk of workingmen. al* ait I.Obit "trong, march**! through the prin< ipal *tre»-t* vestci-day. , There wa* uo ti iso nil* r little Dl*tarbw»cc* in Rom#. Boke. May 2.—few inrfigKifi. aat row* occtrrre*! here yi**tcnl,iy. owing nu,re to , the crowded cock!irion of the street* than to any other CBJ ira CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. tim Ant:-Trn*t aud International 4 opv-rljht Bill* f«w»H?*,rvd. WAflSTNQToif, May 2. — In the house yce-t *rda}' Mr McKinley, from th# committee on rttlr*. repined a resolution for th# immediate consideration of hills repcgtete freim the jwliciorr committee in th# following order:    Senate    bill    relating    to triads: house hill relating to copyright*: house bill relating to hnnkrnptcy. anil: such other hills a* tike committee mac call Lh-itiI'**,) th# 4 arpent##*" W#g#*, F 1    '    r LPH v \!.*v I—Th# journeymen ••arftotiter* w#ut on strike yesterday moraine. Their demand ut f«wr ame hours fur working, wilt! pay at 35 cent* so hour. Th® prerant onion rat# is JO o ut* an huur. 1 '    *t    rJ»#    master    carpenter*    M    a rf,** ;rig Tuesday roght te. i•!••*! to resist the demand* of rh# s*eu l4*r an increase. A few, however, inc i uiing John VY ana-maker, who em! Inc* -ixty men, and Allen I». Rorke. a pr> ini lien r builder, who ba* ITS carpenter* on hi* rail, notified their rum several day® ag that beginning yes-t<•: •;.» ilicit wage* would be in* rease'l to HU per day. The number of mea thus aff. ct.*I is over NAI They are at work a* usual. mm i CWteMte V I Vt A»«« • SS Am® •je •#*►•«# It #*••* ***/. * be in force fest#rd •on was or*i**red and pfc.-’l. and the houra - tet nm prc<*<toiie*l to hill to protect trail# t unlawful restraints up. Thin order and to*lay. Til# previous cj’ae-' t h# resol ut cm wa* .* in accordance with d consider the -enate ami coin mer e again; anil ni4itiop')li#s. Mr. Bland offer'*! an -'iineodascot making unlawful any contract to prevent.4*>nipetit!* ti in the aal® or ft un-ha®# of any eom-nnsilty tran*pc»rt#*I fr>ui an# state t« another Mr. Bland’* .iii'! after rh# Haklne thr Board De ai    ie. Jeu EY <'!TT. N J. May 3.—The boa rd of aldermen has pa* rt an ordinance <*h luring the Iitic* of aldermanic districts -4> a- to make five of the six D#ntecratie. Vt I he recent #le.'tion th# Republican* carried four districts. Th# present board is com;>■ .- *1 of t#u rVmcx-rats and three Republican*. To para th® ordinance the Democrat® had to get th# vote of every nu# •! it- member-, .-to a three-four!bs vote i was n**‘ #?s*ary. Alderman Donnelly, on# of th# Dem- erat*, who w»a sick and unable to .Ttend the meeting, sent in hi* re** i gnat ion. This reduced the nam lier of iii* nbers to twelve, making only nine vote* neceraarv to po*® t he ordina##. Fd|ual ti) any in th** pity at priivs that will pay you to him K^foi * purchasing. ant I Buffalo, X. V. We have frequent rnqutjHta hy mail for Bam pins of new «*ml>roi»lerit*B. Such re*jucHtd we lire pleased to receive, hut we hej^ tt> ask for particulars in regard to the sam tiles wanted. State whether eiljr-tugs, insertions tar Hounciugs, also what width anti S4>me it lea of tile price. VV e have a stock of em* Broideries that i* second to none in the country and superior to any in Buffa! o. ai Hie money value we offer is simply unparalled. licre are edging* from J of an inch to IS inches wit Ie in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Mat che)I sets in different widths of edging ami insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in “Teat variety. Flouncing** in the different v\ idf hs from 18 inches to HO inches. Special lines of cambric edges at oc, loc, I 2.Jo, loc ami 25c jH*r yard. ADA®, MXI,HUI rf a;.\ X DEROO*. New goods for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen st4K*k, rile cotton stock and the w’hite goods stock. By “complete” we mean they have all the new sty I es in this seasons new gi.KN.ls—all the variety that J the best purchasing facilities I in the country can bring to- I ifetiler. The I faring great bargains Winter stocks are of Ther^ never was a time when you could trade here more advan- i tageously. ii lent wa-ion the Vi>4# A tetra* Mr A* lain*"I t q.vngh iXtoUfV vote. I btl), wilt. the huura vallrt up airt #x-f I b# int#runt final • Mil 04'ttoil UU th® uraeil. A ff-teiltln; Drpiiri. lf YI en A.' Ark.. M»t i-W B. Untesay, I teem*tv j »#tma*ter here, i® fff,30il "hurt is j I > ai • - int-ante a fugitive. H# hate #«-tire 4'harg# of i he office. Pu*Lmaster t»ranf - a h »rte# ire rm-H hoot arte (lite not look UY**# t h# li' ttil* uf th® «iffti #. ln«pe<*ror Mc* lure **«t* re*! the qffiee W#*|n#*iiav ante oak#*! for t Le p«a*tm)toter “I will call him," -aiii I.interny, itonning hi* coat ante { hat. He im airtiatelv went Ye til® river, pled, ] ujrvrei « *ki.T ante pullete down "treaiii with m.^ht *i*te main. The K.S0U ba* Ijeeo -tol«'n wk i,in t h# la t *ixty day*. Punt-I in oater Or ut bu- in,fir th# tee licit a«*o«1. :ul< bill wa® lh but a rn IN THE WYM!lN«iTO*, Ma th# - te- ct commit t {i;ate# a r#;*>rt ami an #x[ I mat i»*ii. He tee h»«i iii'esrfij*ate*I aute hate now report**! four un-a- .r#» fur the t-•ii-f!#r»ttun of th# senate. The cm*tom* alsuoMtratire bill wa* a kl 'I up aute th# matter wa* tei>«. u-*#<i by 'vent. SEN XTE. 2—Mr. V#*.f. ft • ou uttat ar** I oft wtoumpanieft it wit • >i*i that th# collum ii# subject fully ami j Sax ira;a I trov ii toto! Ka)' -'iomI Wreck. y ('Ref, Cal.. May 2—A freight an ntu a mi-pla. #«1 *wi rh at Caa- «! ira® wrer krt. Th# cab woe if th# euiftn#. but Kn^istvr •al at hi*- pi mc until the train ♦"reman Ounaoim juiup#*! ante • a th# h#.ai aud tis neck wa® th# colliding car*, ante then rn I full on the bcrfiy, cru bing it Iretrti sh' J. H Run** and W W Cndg ,rak#ui#u. were I artly injured. rn ii ruck rokt-u by ht»l# car Mrerfi Hr art a ante Gray. The hill with th# agr* be taken Uel ijf at Adjourned. #m«!t that a vol 4 p. rn. •hail f|r»iota ante Sturfflon u*cv over Lj . u n Orug -*u,re. l.jrf»*itr*l Hi* Ball. B*.«-t<’®» May 2 —Lyon*, arr—tad here for re-iking jail in < ’.mn**•: i* at. failed tu insurer in court yc-,#t*iay and hts X .ut forfeited. TH# Du«*ti**»* >,f Liliiibargh K*»bb#*l ia aa Edinburg!! Hntte. Eio\Bl KUH, May 2— While the Duke ante Din lieas of Edinburgh were attending the ceremouiea of o|toning th# electric exhibition yesterday the jewel®of th#tem he** we**- stolen from their apartment* in the Raintoral hotel. There im nu claw to ‘.La Hr. YYalkevH B*m)v Fotink Bp,»*«>kly\. May 2—Th# family of the miraing a— »tat# editor of Th# Coatii< tan. K. I> VV tlkrr, have received w«>rte that Mr Walker v body ho® been fontni in th# Riaanok® nv#f at W#hi*«, K C- Mr. Walker wm terawnod while un a fishing t rep. K* v*»ti*t)«»n in I'nr <,«•** v- Bt EV*K* ATEES. May 2—Several pere.n* cav® beam k, I sui many wounded in a i ’•gvoluT un mu.cii ha- broken oat in Para-! gooy. y *... a* t Le bu I® i>nly h *v# l»#**n re-■ vetv«*I .-I- i# telegraphic comm :nit at tun < b* tatami nted. . Mr* J olm Gilfonr, agete -44, af Coium-n* !n*i. wt -# hneband wa® ne ordered J i. I • «- I ie# n taken to an kfiraa# any-j.-pr, . w* a he* infnl bran rat® with r > -n I. ur, K it to-*!ay h*w hair ie a® wtefh aa %nuw. OUK SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF Osford Tis; d tor: Adam, Meldrum St And«rson DRY GOODS. Carpets and Draperies. ?»j*»iun**ry, AM KKD AN BUX K, M I / x S TK SE rf BUFFALO. N. V. ■--    —    -    . O. O. Penfold Vtanufju lurer ante Importer, J«4 H YIN AT., Bl FF IJ.O, S. Y. ORA I.KR TS j Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, < ti* k*. "ilverwar#. Feather    etc. ut HAV ts ,IHhM    PAT ENT LEATHER ante BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TP.IM MINGS. VV E ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFY L PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, I 2 13 Centre Street- elf ok.4 yr.xo, gulp ,f ml vee vla rrvo A Co MFL ETR LLS R OY HOUDA I GOODS :W4 MAIN* ST KEET, OfDOait# IrrMjiMji* Hnlel $dOO REWARD! WK wili pav th# »!<»#« re wa ret fur any #a®« ! of Liver O.noplaint, Dvsip#)*«ia. Sick H#i#!i ! Inte)rf#«ttua, t onaupatioo or <:*n»uv#n#aa w« I ran not cure with Weat’o Vegetable Liver PtUa, I when th# directions ar# strictly ••omp'i#*! nit®. They are purely Vegetable, and -v*v#r toil to giveSatisfaction Guitar Coated. lairge . .rit,. «u«® Xj Pills. "JU <tonts. Beware «»f coon-r rfctta, and nutation*. The rennin® •'naoji-: f ic ii re*I nutr bv JUHN C. WEST A CD Hob* i My MoVBut’l PHAJUDCr. 9 kirk, J*. I, to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ? ;