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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York \\\\\ A\\A/\\\W AWN HOUSE CLEANING Tim • II*] tnt!* [■•II <>f ■ I ar**- « »#•* OM *•>»» •i«»l«*••"*- Wr hail * i*rrp ropily <*» h*»«i ae fart.’•»> v**i ail »«*u MOR. m »■—f .null ..Usui iii*- al 4.lr arr »•••>** /WW vol., xx. Axvxv/miuwSHBa WK MWE RITTER FACILITIES Th«u any pf-mung II<nb« iflilaa* 'a**}u* t .u*st? fi.r turning ob* *i! tb«* »rrv    drxugaa    la Fine Job Printing. W. arr*    <u*rt*ra    f..r    Stau<»a#ry. NNNSN XWW\W\\\> w\\x DUNKIRK N. Y . TUESDAY. MAY «,IW NO. Til. B HEP H    ES ES TATI VE USINESS HOUSES El K< TMO CONTESTS. GOVE-HOB MILL SAYS A REFORM IM THS DIRECTION IS NEEDED OF DUNKIRK. i NKW Kl LOU MACHINE Lw a\ KH I s n “I : tank- .» til*' .***■ 1 11‘‘    ‘l t.« Mrrbaaint) Urpartwot ^ Punkirk|Pnoun# CoafKi'f-’ th \LKXAKDKKtCeal 0*4 WaM    orth*. , Castral Arain, uoytmx* Nickel FUD# A *'OC Ail grad*-- of Haroi and to* A 41 L t ber. -h-tqrMa and I JHA » teli,    lur    wntoeaxu#    iota ii. :irate*I. it ! KE x entre! Are . Art.- I '• . ■    *    '    I    natant* PawtugTspti* «»f Katux-a a *p#x-*a:ty- #iM»r* Jwed rn*4. »a.t he #ua*h.ue exx-ep. he 1> k. wrrtMM, !>• • i’M(h Bi > UKK1 Jam aa  ------F"4    .    ,    „    f I > anrlnr. V* 1«> E Nreuwd air—I. sw-ar Bur ( over the quewti-x* • -f title U» off; e. ami t ae- all—A, OaalurK, I. t. Maya/*rte*. »' M«fy rf the aljodkatKtt of ibr rUiaui Ii ■Mr--1 » tex wtw** a-#aaa* aa*-* w*»    ay—    .    -    . » a, PlaMilcta rte., bound ta a1? aly lea * tinier* •*r e*i«;r *itea*Je*l to- Ail •'Cl fiurt#—** ■ ,1 WHKK> t IHM KF.KV Ah* ceairal Av#*##. Wt*>.ie*ale aa*l retail .lealee ta la jerftro? ai •ouicvtic I I-1 na. *• ■**!•» ire. A •» He Paint* Oat the Inequalities and Ahi** «f (He Preaeat ttrth«4 af Kelt* 11 ae Thrm t"4    M%k#«    ft*-* «»t*in*#a<|*> ti *»“ for T**elr I an r» *-**- e m# n t—tie. .uuui fH.aald Ie h\ Hi Ct. \«| Ut Hight. Ai* * a». Hey a —The following rrnm-*A*Ce of U-Ufnt Will ta tit* It-Clnltt 'ira IAH    omiuQi    a* it tinea rk>*e upon »liiK< ami pn*-*•* *t»4 < Haw content* ta eery significant He aay* in it: * Recent arbitrary act* of partisan ma-joritiea, both in cofj^ire— ami in variou* •UU# lejn**int urea, hare    me    to •urr#*t to your honorable bod s whether a radical rbaii^* ta not *4 v toshl** in our na* a* * tut >. .nal met Lots ot determuting ros* tarted election* In a country where tier* are so many electi re off ive* it ut rn* »ur» lav i»o pr>- I pri-"dn*f that tb« re 4i*ml*i be many depute* ba of nun no ult i rn |»-rial.t feature of* our jur    ru*l#nx # ami our rival camlniatt a HUTH .JI A KOTth, I j    Ha®#**,    Si    par    day i. .( >ui* * Vi sr. ai**! i a con nee t* * *n •tor Rider, Si I a*- ta sirree «1 elect! all #\*-« . Ill UllUltH tMoP V    I    Ka*.    Nagle.    Prop., i. I lee Lake bh»re y*u*>naJ Hill. corm Can Vee ami Tumi street*. A nae alo A < F'»ce-ga and tbotneetic tgara. I *o> k i i 'n a any, * .*    Eh    *    mu    r    timet. Practical a**r*te-*i»«* ia PxrUtuiar all* i em** it* ibterfennf i*oia>-*u bl# wing of nail. lr vt.a.* torses a sp****laity. I NKIKK PliMM. OIIOKVIK Largest Pa Iv ib tke C**«atf. Aa unequalled adverUstag mad.--tat. I .lAklKK I.NUIMTKIM. Ollie INT. I 9    PanmKh —Haw A Poppa*. Maautex.turrr* of Lur? ne*. lS**x*vr-, Pallets, slain ag Alan rara, et*.. C »iu-rt>», I*#rg as*, uaatisgs. sad llaefii*# W'*rk toor-ler. I**iiitx* a1 hi«d**ry Tla mtereating fact is (•menttd. however. ? hat in our cent ary ami more of po-tituaU life, we have built up two radically Esfferiti* systems at dct.-rmining eome**-ns—one applying to content* for live. a1 min int rat! ve and judi* tai offi<♦*-. aud the other appl)in* only to ieg-Watjve ofim Tor the detertumation of the f‘*n»jer we * iepend upon the machinery of the coaita, ae we properly ahoahl, but for I be determination of the latter we have invested our k*m«*lative ta ai irs with a judicial power iu that provision of oar eou*ti-turions which makes each hoi:■** the ju*lge of the return*, <jualilira!i*ms and rh*lion of it*. USD ti ie rn hers. This aTesgnmeot to the l#-*n*daf ore of certain pun-1 v judicial f urn tom* wem* to have he«*u at rep! e* I without qnewtioQ from Engli-h pre*e.ient a' t !-** t nil*- of the frau mat: of cur federal aud -late t«*iintit ution*. but w» «>ft^u baa the leg.jNiwer thus cotiferrc*l tern abuae*!, ami so dnaig leetns the temlency with im reading rears to abow it. that the ijije*tio>i I* sn built ted as well worth considering. whether 'hi ilaiigt I if the l 11 > KIKk sHIBT Mi, JO.,    ac I J I* Center meet, Man u fittsrw* of tic jut CroaBsreii** aa*i •‘IiaaA.rk-’ perfect - flttni Drew xi. rte. * in sale ta ait leading furi*.-n; sletAiog and ‘try goods houaea in I in*kirk. | | P. TIM! AtEf, I ",    IM    aid ca'. Lion street. Dealer ta I lour, feed, alt. Batel Hay, t*k»-paalisi, etc, Es ta UH »ae* I. I #77. ktcia nun L »n . .1 . fur sa. *-*u, I ■ -a Is De-pot Las> A*.'*.es* to ail trains and bu*- KIA MUH L so I taal acce Bent *r commodate wa f*»r t. -*ai- aerciat I" ra re kern. J fen J. Murphy, Prop. h hlkkn a cai.. Mi f. Tfe.rd ttreec Pine faro.Hire, tabicet Ware aaa Up--1-tm ny Picture I fames made to ceder. Li ll. aUTTBH» A CO.. k. • fed Central Ave, /nurrr ut Fsaloon and Deatlemea ouUltler*. CHM I STF AM HEATIKti IO- ll Jauaf** lurer* of *»te*m Hssniig Apparatus Sanitary PlumUag a -spei *aity. He then give* a rosa the law ami mntiBMK **Thv traliefer of the court* wa* brought about bv the frequency of wand *U and bv ei hi im )< n.- of perverted par 1*11x1*4*. ip which macle the f*»rm» r -*y-tem <>f adj idi-At»on a u*<* kery of justice. The ab*ice of fi*e privilege which had *0 I*dig teen en-joineii ha*I grown **•» eri.mi by IU®, that it ie«1 to the adoption of what wa* known a* t he Grenville art. which made a e«*rn-nnttee of eleven, chosen by lot from the me a; I Aer*- ut th* bouse, the arbiter of all disputed rialtn* lo membership, in l**-d the meth*si of th**«"*ng the nrniler* **f the elections Committees WK    -> aa to sev ure m*»re comf**? At men an*l a Even this ni*i n*d give in I we. as de**** n Is**I ri/e*i the heretic re Hied v, -ge wf i* h I cl i*H*n its **. amt tun.e*i over tile thew really tudniai dirt*.* ut ion of th is state prve wnate and araembly >f ; heir own members.r ■r, th**ugh in H. OHE NiTFAW LAC Mf HT. Our specialtie*:    Fine    Shirts,    loc; collar*. m; Cuff*, to, sad Lace A aria.a*, live Iwiir ary. A W cumm.ny*. AIT Center street fairer tribunal satisfaction and ala)vt#, five h<*U"*e gave up the priv 1 pride for «-eat un *iet ermi nut i**n c questious of the « ‘The first s*n-t Tided that is db should ’he judge** ami the *s«iue ts>« language legisJatui modi Heat present c rn CmrnkK has ls***n c* rn fem**! up*>n the wit hoof question in all regular *n% of ,»ur orgaak law In our net Hot loo the provision is aj-t exfectljr similar to that in the federal ii.1 K. OD HW. K Third *t., c**v of Buffalo DLMvaT ae taxer and lea er .a F.o* B**n I t • old WEiuurm >ew stoke, i*w e. I JL TAiru sc Books. Man.-tien, M ^-.ea. In- “ ara, *k • ruownD.Ji*-ai ae*»l>aily sud *c eek.; Pa aer sad everytlurg pe.rtaiaing to a feral cima* b*so vt vc. ScAfj©. Hooka a •jseuity. OH PKIMlNt* d every dCMcn plod an*! at direst when I rn* rn* I <*entu J 10 weal bv tag rams by Imakirk Fruiting constitution, wk mf It that i*a h house shall be the judge of the elections, returns and qualify sri* -us «*f ;*% own me rn he re.* “It not only is not in harmony with our cardinal A me roan blea of the list tact separation of the lejhdMivff, jnd. tai and executive de. ar* in* ars ,»f government, vest lug as it d feta toto h hmnch of th** legislature with juuI* la. tur.ctiooa. but it haw led to ti ran ai* a1 abuse** of pow'er. ** “NN e ap,ear to tie tending in the same in which England w el lh forced the hon a and ic* L. oa pas 1 rs wad Si. n* ruumg if coni-/ three appar-nght JU. TAN Bt RFN A WON, Fire- Life. ' “ Acc. ieat and teeners; laaamNR Deal- nieul ar* la Bes. Eaute and loan*. Farocuiar them atte nu r* paid to the care id properly 00 deep Kg rents ic. SIK Center ii, sad floor. ch in® NI UNH*d« PH ARM ACT, am Central avenue !e»dq oar Vera for Til] Paper P*.Bt , Cb A, Ac. nKKKOS, J- M . J    SOK center street. Manufacturer and lea .er rn Ha: ne**, -rn idles, Bridies, collars. Trunks,W Apa, Buffa..* Kobe*, cloine coo n doves M Hen* ana sj^igh Boba* !<C HOLTF.w. ,    17 East Thml street, FiiaXtjunable Tailor, Crealiemen w.ii fin*I it to their advantage to call on me twfore par* na*.ag cise sr here, I) ft. CARI A IM*., J ,    TO    I.sob street ■ re ne raj Hardware. Waite l>ea*M *us,Pu.Dter*s sup! ut*, od cloths, «»rat ie Ware. A special iv'of ibrvii Williams Pa .rf aa* I Maoris* range. KULIN! , a’) kinds of blanks done al Dusk irk Printing Company, j and W L Seco ii* I *1 SENATE ANO HOUSE. Re»«,lu* lot * SSN, Hr Beck »D*,*k % Sooted. Other Kaossw. w MRiTtsiXMi May®—In the senate yen ferday as no n aa the journal was read. Mr Eta- k • urn rosa and lh a vnice treat a Iou* with ernoiusB. said “Mr Pr» -i h ut. my * oil*-agua in dead. It I- hoi my pi pt*e at this tim# to speak either a# him ar af th** great aer* .ce which he ha* rendered to h.» nmntry It* the fres.r)’<- - cd the - rrow th# love which I lf*•ft him w. J i bood with its team The diaf* % et .nj* -N fnrru-l.es a titling type of toe - r• t 1- i.s ii p r niee every heart Ut thii* * ..."i or. A * j’ ccm HU on wraith with bi* *-*i uee*i hoc I. ty pule on the weeds of cuourumg At an appropriate time, ami ta the i*arly future. I will ask the aru ate to afford I* his friend* ax* opportu.ttity to pa> ti nr tnbue to hi* memory. I will now ask the senate to comader the m*«>lu two* W Lu b i aeud to the clerk -Hew.,ve*i. That- th* senate hat* beard with gr* it - -Tuw .J lh* j> atli at the H n. inuits H. beek. late- a ceuaior from the state <*f bruin* to . Ke-*ii*ed, Thai a c-= >uuHotter of seven *w-r.a tor* hr apiaa.itret Uy the prr-sdrul pro U-m pons to iokr el.ler bar *>-:jpe-nnteuciiKg to* funeral of Mr. H-t k. which will mr pl a- e m-ouirrow ti moats in 1 or se*.ate < ham ber at I a'* ixa k p. rn., and that the senate VIS attend th* -aaue. Jtr*-olir*i. As a farther mark of the rrspe* t e: ?♦ ria lied f<) t.v - uat* t**r h.- meoiory. ll*al his remain*, be trawl ai f roan Vt a-h;t»gt*»ti m bent ii. k> in • bade* of the etymiit-et-anna arid aft* „i.-i bf tim c**mantler aba h -Lad haw* full power to tarry tho* remain lion into He-*.! I rd. Thai the se* rotary comaluui* ate the**' prooMh*dakT to th# ho OMI of lr prreeu tall) tT* SU,! I BD lie i hr In ame ut repress-u tall) es to *t 1 cml tho fun* tad to laorTww, T-ewtay, at I €?    ii s IMM A Ti# lh    3®. iijn'f* Momtltood. That im vita t tons he eiteidad to ' tlxe p- aiiiesit .lf the I wiled '•tat*** aiel the Bart* arr■* tm iii* • ai-- lh** * un-f ju».li«'« and {hea-**v late ju-tti'ewol ii.* • ,;.!*■ ai* court and th-- *ti pi ilia?, rje t*» alit ‘.ij ttic fu tie ra, la the amate etmmkm. H* '»**4 *d, .A» a I ort her axal * of r«-*pr* t, iii al the MHfeOte *io pit adjourn. The rom»Junous wen* ah*pfe«i unaui-iii u-]> * I the following -euator> were apjioiuied aa I he CUKumtt tee to superintend ti* t iu.-ral M»—r>. Black burn, Harris. % xii- *■, tv* 1.1,.I, Ihs**, Evarts aud Auder-SoU. IN IHI HOI si.. ff toHiloT"'', May 4 - In his prayer the honor chaplain jr» derday refVrrr*! to the death of Neostcr I let k .'•senate -lUieti !:u u?- t** the customs adat in J-? rat i« ‘ti lh ii were u**u coucurred rn and a c* *cif*'r* n-e wa* si>L«*i VI— p*. McKinley, Burrow- aud < arii**ie were appointe*! * on fere*-.** The bourn- agreed to lh# coofereu*.# report on th*- * -kl th<*nna town sit** NIL A nir-c wa** rv*eiie*i from the senate an:.--nu ii, the death of Net,atm Be* k Mr Br* • kenniige of Kentucky, after •*    —    • km oe*i the appointntrut 'I    »• ’ A ,* > f I - rn .1*^    !!. mitt*-** at the fun** rstl. and af SJD the house 0*1 J" "U rue*] BECx 3 SUCCESSOR. Na«w*-s of H*n It ho Ars Promt neat! JI Vfetitionx'd for His o»l. Lid’ -'""ii M if ft - Se n at *■* Belk occupied such an caaftcd paaitioa in the esteem **f Ke«;* ui kl.in- t hat it i- Dut »ur-pridttg That insmnfistely after the shock *»f hi- ‘leath hail passed aw ay fie**pie Imgan Wondering who would take the dead Titan » place \- the legislative h**iy is in s*- - fin the g*.verti*»r will u«*t uaxne Mr Th-* „ -    r lait will notify the legis- iat ii re. which will pr*s**ed to elect a sr na tor on the -* c*n«l Tnemiay thereafter. Of Cessna »o candidates are vet announced, but it is generally Iieueved Mr Uarli-h*. ex-Governor Kaou. ex lu.Ige Lindsay. Uofsgri-s-man McCr* Ary and cx-CaRgrre*#*-Oixii McKenzie will t*f-r for the place tongr*—-rn Ari IV t' p Bm kinrutxre La-ais.. I ire ti -{*>keu *f and so has Governor Bn suer f .t » - f« rmer will have little show agaiT»-t the others and Governor Buckner refuse*] to la* a caadjxtate against Blackburn last fall ail"I is feat likely to olfcr now. B* -..i.-- the govern* r. although the most j-'puiar man in the state with the people ha- ant.lionized tile leg.-lature bv his inrr* tics- votoea The cooreawtp* Carlisle cm la « post, but it rn md be a senator, a- h# RI inn I*ll i!OUtE>H\l ER. i    Cor. Tfeint aa l Buffalo Dealer ta «*raa>ic. Mar ■ » ..cg;ag and Bu.i «itug sp.ae, Lad *>r. me c fora buy:af jour aide-wa*k JI AAL FT A CO*. : all•; - I.*- lr. .t -t.***eL Wkmkf, W UHM, BraodMM. o-per a I Liquor since few I am* tv tie • sOHKRT M Kit. rf    Lino atm-t, arar the tepA MI •anting, Oaiv, Feed ami La wry stable. stab. ai# by the <uy or week wa reaaooAt xa nerauk    ______ VB J. ti I FTO RD. J"1 Centra. Ave. «Cp f tar trtWMUua wbi«*h determine l#gi -lative Naiies. in their jndi* ial capacity, are a law unto themselves; they are g*>verne*i by no establi-bed mles af evidence, are influenced main Iv bv partisan isaiwiderations and are controlled Largely by the result of party can* ti* <*r conference Their collection of testimonv through committees ta often nr? dally ex parte in its nature. Its dig urn ton L* violently partisan and the deii-i<>ns are not reviewable by any higher tribunal. No more vivid illustration of the ahu-** of a great privilege and responsibility is I nee* led than the spec tax Ie which has liven j prv-* nte*1 at Washing?* it sine** the a—em Ming of Die fifty first « *>».«rr* — The cer- J tifi* ates of -even? ten menders of the house of representative* are cor teated, in nearly | all mntm&em by rau*li<!strs of the partv j which <igitr**ib3»I the hou-e at its organi- ii cation, and apparently in pursuance cf a pre arrange*! program of party leaders f -r the purls*-*- of in* roa-ing the -k*n*ier majority by wht* b the {lopular branch of the fe*ieral legi-lal urv is xi.iUtrolle*! " “I suggest the passage of a concurrent res* out ion submitting to tile people an j ameoximeut to oar state ronstitution ! which will take from ea* h house the pow- j er **f judging its own eleitiona and confer I the jurisdiction upon the court*. I would i go even further and re* omme?id such Action «*n the part of the legislature as'Sa I likely to bring the subject to the atren- | t>*-ti of conger** with a view to securing 1 ultimately a -imil&r ameu*1uieut to the fe« Ie cal roust it.«»ion “A statute should follow ORB® a oorrH* tut tonal anieudmenf, regulating the pro- I cedule in -ach ii*,- and providing f*>r a i sjersiv and soRxt trims - immary dixpai- I * thereof The Ie- pie have great re Shit1'*US5!E.*IS‘ uSi »£S -i*-*?••*•-.* *-■»*- *»>«.*f* !««•<• A* .Bsur^ooe. prompt atteanoa gtv :a to ha yin# safely I# frosted to exert «w property the tad ae.un# Bes. k**ate I xii C. JONER. I    TS    IL    Third    sn, nr Deer . \    r    H**    M    s< * re-b. -a t sad - dei Meats, Laxd, -ausage*, Oyslari sad lAiaitry. SN art it en, jtwiLH. Ai'- •r»*iv the Aurora K.aixroo*] WaicE Le pair? ag a *i#ria!rT. Frank F. stapf, < E. Third at SN » M. HOI'MKR. Mer*-nae I Taikir. Ii# Oaatvol Avenue PROF FISSION AL- R. T. ROLPH, M IL, • fltoe over I.yv,ij*» Drug su.*^.. Kes. dence, Cesural A Ten ae* Tsic phone No. % Calls may be ie ft al Lvoe'a. pow t-r w hi* h it is prop them. k “lev***? it with the re-fSKi-ibility also of • determining legislative contests, and in ai) opinh ti th* -ame « *• <d results will fo{-U*w while at the ssiine tifeir (mr legisla-j tuiro will ’mr roil*-vet! of the reproach of ; becoming merely |*art?san tribunals. “In dire*tDig your attention to th;- subject I desire, even at Un - «t.«g*- of the iegis-j lat ire sews ion. to ro> »n»rn >- n >; t Ui* transfer of juri-xi»- tioii. feeling cenh-.ent that «mr legi-iat*ires must -* n* iv coBwideff it in the near future. iut*i earnestly trt -ting that our "JWTI -tate rn yr i she the lead in bringing about such a whoie-onor constitutional reform    ii.yvii*    B.    Hill Strike* Being -el t led. Madrid Mal tk—Th# Strike* are braking up throughout Spain, except in Valencia and Barcelona where the men still held JOE f opinion is that Mr cc?#-! if he desire* the to* Ii t hat he w isher* to ha* a1 wav* heretofore refused to permit the cot*-bienttion of his V vt to Mr ( arli-h* ex -fudge Iiud-ay ia rn let likely to get the post. aud it is certain that he w ill 'ie a candidate He iscon- • -I to • * e h-st lawyer in ? rte state, is I a ai int d fa e ui*! intellect an*I betag a mein lier of the K-n? u* ky -enate bo* bai a chaine to make himself very popular with I the le.n-latiire He will make a very strong r • e Ex Governor Kmut ami Con-gr- — n -i >«'•< eary are b ; h very -tr**ng Th* ot i * *    pro-* pert ire can* in late- stand I meagre vt. in e- <»f eieckioo. Hr. Kent t*» be Removed. Ai HAV j May ft - .Iv ie- F T rat ▼. referee ia th- a.-*-<»f the P*-«»piev- Henry Kent. ha- re r*-*] t <1* * <- n in the -uit Nrought for I h*- i'em *\ a1 *.; -.od Kl ut from the of-fj* e if pre-, i* nt of ti Mutual Benefit Lafe a***-oati*>n of America. Thin company I carne- .« total m-imufece of fcr. (Mi. The chnrj." - to*. *in-t Kent are that he overdrew hi- |»-r-ouai RceORttt tlA,*#ic. that he im-properly «lrew    for the mortuary: th vt he «arrie*! his own wort hie#* check for kl i *«*» am**ng t be a*-##.* of t he corpora- 11* u. x I u-e*I t lie od us-i< >n of death iosnfO fro*m the atmual re;s»rt of the ***mpany. et<. The referee * lr* ides that the interests (rf the public no less than the security id the mender*, of the association required the removal of Kent from the presidency and also a- «*®e of the directors. Mr. C l*v* lxn*t Bn vs    la I'lvtuoutk. PLY Mid'TH. Mass . May #—Two dee*la convey tug three legs of land on Brastaw Bluff in this town. from William H Brine ami Hannah II Briar to Grover I Cleveland, were yesterday recorded tu the Plymouth county registry The proxperty lie- < at the sh*»re about eight mile* south of Plymouth village, in a I tea ti* Tut loca-tiou Bol far from the line of tie proposed Ply Biolith ami A < i **u rn* lale ra* In.ad. The acc*ie of Howells “Dr Bree® - Pradkv is laid bete < (**Si-««»n at vh*m< tai*. AM-TEijf)Am, N. Y^, May A—The New York and Ut,.a express tram due bere at s av* p it,., collided at - J> la-t evening with a aw ’tx i* erig.ae at Schenectady. The switch erigiae was -taxxiing on the main track B* 'h engines were Mil wrecked None of the passengers were injured, tlfeORgh they ’n * re - hake® up The engineer of the pc—* nger train was hurt hut not seriou-iy The train pr:seedexi after a delay of on h«*ur and a half. TI* Psj'er H»»t Pay. B*i-t**s. N; v It the Ii>•*! snit of Burt against T A*: rr* the judge inst meted the j try ’*> fi? I .• - lh** plaintiff Tho jury v • hi * it!- literate *»n the amoqRt and hale ne? ro- *. bed y erolict yet. A A TWC F j*E*A_ PROGRAM. ap- ru. V*d ■pa. of ■ re sin ore wing arr iud ArrugvHriiti far Ik* Cevemoalea hvtj live las* avatar b* k. Wa sn i *c roe. May ft —The * * namttfee on arm age me ut* for th* funeral af “ewatxg Beek met yesterday an i adopted the following program for the *enric*w at the Capital to-day TV cam ait it tea of arrangement* of the two houses of congree* and the pall hearer* will meet at the ho*me of Hob W C. P Breckr«ina*e. Na ii2 East Capital street. The hxmormry pall hearar* an the part of the -enate are V sxrv Mer nil, >Berman Allioon. Hall. M* Pber*»*o Xeat. Pugh and Ijiimiq The body will ha take® ta the rn ar* de roam of the sr nato and the remains view rd by the public until ii .ft a c lock. The public will pose through the reception room ta the ra-t dx* r of the mari.le rnotu. and pa-* out at the wet door of the eutor lol»by After the two bouse* have assembled in th ate . ham lier the Ie si v will be taken by the pail h**,,r*-r» md thr * > i. n. t1 arrahgeuieiit- The dx ans* of the -enate w:®g «*f th* iud will IJT xjjieU to tue plfeldl< tot IU lj The diplomatic gallery * ll ‘e ro— until ti o’clock for the diph*matic t The famihea of the pro-ideut and vier* prv-stoleot will u-e the reserved -eat- in the east gallery The reserved galleries w ll be occupied by th* ox taal nirmi<er* if faux ii >e- of senator*, me to i    of the h*>u*a x>f representative ami of ja-tkea x»f tba supreme eourt aud memliers ,.f the ca bi net. The reporter— gallery will Ie re-erxed exclu-l v elf for the BW tit beni of the pre-a The remaining seats iii the galleries will Iv ope® without diner!adnation to all Ai I a’cka k on tixe anuo'.u* ement of the J>res*ix]ing officer the clergy will duct the fixixeral nr tv un Mi lea    Thee will la? in charge of ibr Butler « hapiaa* of the senate aud He) Mr B iti*-r a® ti x-haj> laxtx of the senate xu*l a per-- ual f the deceased -etial**r A- — « *u a- I monies are conc laded the funeral -ion ail! forin «nd rn »r> bn*the Bx aud P»>tOWtoi -ta!! ® iu the f, I order The clergy, the committee meat.*, tixe hearse t ne faun live*, the -*-jiate. the ii.    of IWpresetiTa tires offi* ers of ti.e » .ate ami h*><i-e .* ,d the UiV1te*i gue-t- FINANCIALLY EMBARRASSED. A Meeting of Creditor* of a Produee Nill I ailed. Providence, RIM ay ft — The Oriental mill is rep**rte*i to is- temporarily en*!*ar-rw—ed The mill i- located <*® Admiral street, runs a1* st !? • «• -ptn*iie- making % fine grade of i i k -h tx welings and employs about Ta# ha®*!- The imieNexlnesxi is -ai*I to Ie Moot ?•' *»..:»•> and while ®><ua of the BO?«-* have f«r> ?: pro»t**— ted. Dx<r has pa> tiieut of any * I . ms I ie*.® refused, a scrutiny of credit- had Ic*! lo -ach a feeling of ane;*-1ut — a- to w.*rrant a meeting of credit* r- d hi- was not a called meet itig. and only about thfti.Mb of th* in *1 el da* I Besa wa- rep-reoetited. It was «i, * id#-d to cai* a general nieetiu«. *>f i ro-dit* r- for FL ur-d* * Alfred A Reed -rated the compxvuy Would ie ahi# to j*a. every dollar wit in a * • a r • fro ere*!,!* r- wouhi gi'e tt:eni tune r«> ,t.avert Saaeia into fun*i- I i.e standing of the firm has never tare® questioned ami the prv-enr moyement i- -aud t** haveorigin-afeil with — me of the t*auk- (    Threatens    to    Resign. Roue. Mw ff — I® the delate in the -enate on the charities NII. yesterday, tho clanw pro\^toting for church rtfeno- was rejected Premier Cnspi at once- dc I. red that he would resign in onier to decide t he question of the cabinet - dissolution, or ..a rex y. aet ruction by “ gr,. .r -«rri»i *->    <, r* -t excitement foliowexi .-.gn r < "rt-pi » d*-« la-ration A Meet ing l’*»-t p»n*.|. Wa»hj'«.Ti!\, May A— The meeting of the executive xonun iTtee of the National Republican committee called at Washing ton tun W edtiesdav of this week. ha- tern postpone*) until the Iff h inst . tx* -ult th# convenience of some of the notmiber* who could iud cijfne l**f*>re the tatter «lay. The %•!join ament of I iutgT#*«. WdrISiIToS. May A—At the Republi cart canella of members of the L n-e the geixerai cj .'/i,q wj« at ■% .    •    r*[rue' * of congress could Ie- I cd »b >».: j; e middle «xf July The mer and h«rt* *r NII will lie poet puQnl Until The I^nH bill is dito posed of. THE MARKETS. New York M<mix*j Market. New Von*. May C. Money rkeal at * tier cent- ye—I eftLa) . Tba highest rate wa-# per c> ut. a?**l the *w*-t t Ex Ua!i_"e t-l«yse»l stead*    I rot—. #4 *># I ♦ <: a* taal rate- ps « **q for ><m dajaud F4.Win>« **^, f.,r den vn*] Government.- ch Died -teaxiy; ('ires?.- v, Aa, I LM bld. h* rout*.. 1-** + >**.1. 4?*s r»x»p.. lztfV Pax I fix- railroad bo-.ids i    a- follow a: | Ubixin fir-t-. MWL, bai. do s,uk.ru? fUtois. l.ifffl ’ bid: C entral-. Lltq bul. New l urk Pr*wiu*-e F xx hance. N#w V**«k May 4 I FLDT'R - I dosed firm >e-r May Fine : graxie- winter. F'-bxo-fe.*h> speiag, J, s.'» • J ff*- ! superfine winier, ie*    <*,< -orujg, g.*.ks# ! 2J»k extra N**. 3 a inter, $S.7V.''tJBc do spring I extra N«*. I *:n?tr, $ h* *.* •>-, da ! -pring. RtSw-Vlet * it* mid- ex*ra. ft X* ♦ t *# ; for West Indies. s».,-n flour clseed -ready; : trade and faintly #tro. $•■ H* »4 ff. WH EAT-Options **pened ^ b< lower (baa Natnrday’s ti et ag figure-, lls l:n**d toe more i in the early t taxi: fur. then town-ait and axt- j tuM to*. ckeflg firm, ftp# 'ut* rleM j stroxng, KpuC Moire ut No. 2 red. Wister al I >1 aes. < DRN opt tons ope®, d *i* korer than Sot-ii clay'a chad dc. but dually ralik-x! and od-s * a ie-ex I Ic, fix *si ac frwr-T tonal iv fcaweC. KptC ; HIS HEAD S.-»OT GFF Aa Old Mow M«r#x*M By Ria F WIN NEM Al. Iud.. May A—James Mc Ma® - known aa “Ubuia Jjbiuf* Bayloa a wee!*by 'ai mer. warn fvu®xl a. :r*Jara*I 2n»; r . ti Y. , Manus ,«&i« from lr«Un>: at an early day aud aaauuiotl the nome af Janie* Boyle- After working on the Maw bwdppt and Ohio river* for a few years be located in this con sty, brlngtuc with hit® a woman - ippoewd to be hut wife After living tinnily together a number of year- aud having one * hnd. Boyle* real wife carr:*- rn h:- home in lff64, and wife No 2 departed Sui * iv ago John low. a tenant on one of I n* ie Jimmy’s farm*, had-em* trouble red Michael (.'roonor, vt] wuh Uncle Jimmy old. to kill hi- Due rn the old man was THE KEMMLER DECISION | EK.II? STORE Special Hosiery Sale This Week. ATTOPNEY SHERMAN ARGUES BE FORE THE SUPREME COURT. The Fri**>«*er - R chi*. Ma Claim*. Mer* Not Pruir* leg by the Fie* trorut too Law —Haw the Death Penalty Cauld ha # TI In reed F«es lf Krwiuiler Was Litoral x*d. with I lim. I Atm ft, w ho had to wa* 4 ye Nat iirda' g to the ll unfe Wa>HfNhT«>X. May ft -The Kernnder cane came up l#f«*re the I aite«! >tateo supreme ii>urt yewterday on a motion by RxJjtot M '-tor mau. * **u use I fur Kr moiler, for a® original w rit of hotoaa corpus Ail the ju-tHe- were in their oeat* when Mr Sherman made the motion He reoil from hi* brief of the co.*# there ae one on which tto appl .cati**n wa* Iwijtetl The petitixvner, Kern rn ler. be -aixi, woe under -rulenee of •leath under a statute of the -tate of New be vt aa ambushed by    York w bi* h imp***-- the punishment of id    hbead -turf alm.erf off Iy*w    'lea! ti by the pass jug through hi- lady of >>r    I*ere arrested aud the farmer    • current of electricity -ufhx’ieiit in the spin®*® of the War*ten of the -tate pn-xxn  .................... ta caille hi- death the current to to coo- tiuuxd until it kill* him. a®*1 thii* and other feature-* abndga Keinmler'a prir-ileges mi<l irn rn unite* a- a citizen of the United States aud deprive him of hut life without due process of Law anil in violation of the atiieudmer.l Judge Wallace, Mr Sherman stated, had granted a w rit in the eiuergenx j. to afford ux opportunity to make the application As the caw had tou pa--rd «*u un*ler the -tate cocifttitutkm by the court of appeal*. Mr Sherman -aggest*-] that a® original writ w aa proper Mr sUterxnou als, read his own afB la.it in the taw This affidavit -tares that Mr. "herman wa- a® attorney for Krmmler aud that the app heat iou of the aupreme court was allowable by Judge V\ allace. the * m ult judge of the I ailed State* fur the -re*.ad circuit. u}*uo conditio® that it -hxrfihl to ma* ie with the ut rn* e*t diligenca N, T., A I wi.arf l>r«l r<**#4 lh ) I v N Y , May ti - Aimo~t the en tire village wa- burao early yesterday morfeui.g ll e nre started in K G Phi lit pa hardw »r* -t* sat I a* lock and aoly on* b»t-.n—s i ij diag wit* left standing Eirveu budging* were -wept away Following a h-t of the I*vase* a- far a* can to cwt*mare*! I. G. Phillips, hardware store lr— #4 *«A? i»«ura#t*e #2 JW M',1 s**u. Hail A to, geaeral ■tare. Fl.UMO in-• urato * f: xx#* N to K<‘ tx fifed aa l luiuif t *. j Ewing. -J G Kl* G. Ham c H thou H«ft)    : naut am#, 41 »ft to mr ml st •re. ctock *yav***l R F are. $.'• *■#) I a en ra IHS un know u cr, marble, loos unknown to igtoB, hart#— stork -aval A*ian.- niorkrt, no in-urrnms It ta bt that the entire i*i*e iau'i**t fail *eit*w ii’ <•*? Du ruts the fire the A ( Inn*** M xxii i FuweraL Nfw Y**Kit. M«y * —'The body of Dr Yung Cite# Yung a Mott -treet Chine-* phv-iciau was buried Wiideat excitement rrevaiird an*! it wa-, e Th the grtat et eff* rt that the i#oideDc«    u>    attentnm    of    the    jodgM part ut the V Iii W - -avrxl    *o that they could consider it tofxwe the end of the term, ami that if th I* were nut d**u« the writ -houlxl to v a* ated Mr Sherman -ae! that he ba*I not con -idem! himself authorised t© make the application sooner than April '£* Before r-vrtgrren <>*iue J {bat time he was Dot in any way engaged -J -i n    the hc*f»*ar- of in l(rhmlf ^ tbr vrtklUMtr «*a.-onry. He wa* a T*a Yau-te. j    qQNtklt|. ^    hrrr    prwn^ he haxi lived up to ti# highest Mxm U) u, tbr    Ct<urv#    tb<r • whatsi.Mx-a should to. ; mrnt u> the con-tit.it mn of the Initial and be wa* axxorojed the uncomuHm order UM upoo . cUilu thjU thr hmiUld pnvp o i a* t? £ * - rollon t.n n* he Maaor ic i ^    y    t¥f    citizen    toto ex- tery Chil tho* g»l urn id ‘•reed written a? the head of hi* rofttn tofx and buried with bim in it take® txx the *en#tery It t* said this is the fir-* time any t e leat tai iu A n*cnca ha* !, to-n- . tM W It— nr, *(»n—    w    j,n,rt    w!krtju,iMd v *n in • bi na. The body wa- I or ae to ti#    ^       —    *    - * . grave in a heor-e drawn hy four bi** k hor-*— and was fxdlxxwe*! by a prr*e—i ■• af nearly j.xMU < hmamcn. maay of them hav *r**    -U!    *    j    em pi fro*m cruel an*i unusual punishment re its reniO' al. . ^ cfjm*. by the fourteenth amen*innit, w ri it wa* L.xtet»x]*xi. and protected fro*m encr**ach-!ment* by the-tate. If is further claimed hat. even if the eighth amendment has bo . vane hare for the ai asian frat® other ‘perstiou- of the fourteenth amendment mix.ne. he may lie by this court pre-*eroe*i in life until the -tate of New York I-dial] ileprive Lim of it by due pr**e— of | law. ij»— pile the -s ntr-u*e nuder vhu ii he , Is Ho* Oulifil*e*L If this I* no# a f«-iemi ;qux -tix.® under the eighth amendment, ‘ yet the j«et iti.-ner pro-.-ae- the court that | the -tate law violate* the fx>urteenth onlenximent which depriv*-* him of life without ‘due pro era of law '" Mr .“herman read fro*m his application , what he claimed were irregularities* in the The Strike fit III Oft. i *■ May ft —'The striking -orjen tor- read s*x the paj-!-* ?L«t the artfttrat ion com rn if tee h »I <-«vuie to sa agreeu.eat and ar. I rf i? wark wa- ta to resumed for th# aaa i*>~ a--ta larion yesterday With nut * . ,g ’or order* {rum I Le striker* Bead afer-, fit any af them w<*at tx. w**rk 1 **<* l*to. Hr tool ’bat the statute wa* -t* la. marUiug W aes    0^    ■.«    |    without    di#    procrw*    of    law to* auae it im r ,    rt.    *t    a toadquartar* rum ra    were sci,t    I*'***1    • pum-hmeut    which    inflkta a    pain 'b'n '5 -sn rer .rv    How* d    *• ■’    ’**    1‘ of    the    *    arpoMtei-x' * OuBell -ay*    th* m+m    JBeuai.    it *    loot    Ie *,.. wed la resume    wark tai    *n    l*t iv e .jffice    one    presumed    not    to to ev.-rv point of    totwx-en    the    u-n aud th** i«* --r— ha bra fully sextled, isnd thi- will not be accomplished he fox# Thune •ixv or« av lur* op*T- at the st*-k Jara- who h»1 rx— *1 * *-«l to sir lea thine ming evidently t Lough I totter of it. a-they want to w-.rk a- usual toyon*! all question un left to the al*—.lute xli-cretion of Wit Kkd Las •oaf fore-:- of pi v hat tra until ■(■•CTV at ion a .re ibxIUt twenty rn rn End in -we* feet on- mf I ret ut I a aa ber ti Fall-, Minn , May • - The pine in the w*~-t angle xif til re. rut ly I Im Red Lake flaBi*r*» They -tar’od Bjrthwe-t of FusUfe .da -trip -avera.] andes w*Oe to a b *r!i**l over The fames are , ug tow jtrd Red l^kr. M.Ilion of •f pine have he*-n d*--;r©\ed. and un ?{# heavy -now and rain vtwrtua che* k the lo— will he eu or Ta*, us It - ro t that Anteri* an and < aa n ’    -    ha    >    e    ires opera# ng, ana * - * I,aelihxjod that their extensive L- will to t urned. An Iudu*trUI League. x :'• ■-' a I. Nlay •- —Th* Knight* of at-.r Karnjer- Aliianxe aaxl granger •’gatiixaii na of Ohm an i Indiana are de-. a pi x® to secure united p**liti< a1 ti n in ti.*' f.til xampaign A confareacs a- bx !1 sn th.- eiry yesterday Th# pro ‘Texline- have fern k^pt -e* ret, but it is iOxier-to>-I an arraugrment wa* amvx-xiat w lie reb y a1! la tor and fanner organic /.it ti.ii* .ti e.ihfj have caadixLaes ai their x» a ii or vote only for those who pledge ti em-r l.ce to support their principles PiTT-B CVX’I ? lait rf K.-C Nee. kltx d firm. N lei. OATH--* ‘rrft**®.- • IWxi V !nw*r Sfarf hit* j rtxjord firm. >jsrf -ab-* of Nm. I *H;V, Re f NXJ. 2 dx*, ?4”^<1    Nu.    I    Ii,    I    eel.    Arf;;    N«*    2    I <h*. -RHr BARLEY- Nom taal. PURK Steady: BOW maw. SlLflAS 14J51 LARD-< Uasd tfaiet: Jane.    J    liv,    fft    -»e    ! Aug . fie*' Bt lTKfi dfeasdyt wc**tera crewa.- r>. tod j Ha ; eio-ten* extra, hoi: flrLi lato. 1ft . ~3k-. l'HKE>E—Quiet; factory New York clued- I dar. iww. *Cral*r; w«s*tora flat. ’rn cc. Ex»x•“ ■ Fresh rw-term fit-?*,    ■;    wxrd- en» ttr-fs. l2to^!2V Dxje-M t Kisnw Is. G, May ft - In «j*eakiBg of th# r i hmaiuen from this country I hi®amati of high rank in the •iii oil) t* - *rv ue. -aul her*- he could not * t.u-x*lento. i-ly toad. ma the tnea»ur# for the re » wthat “ninety per cont. of th# en gr * ut— ar** the worst v aga •« iuds of th* na: too a • y-ment of wench bas home gor. era men? would gladly be rid. “Did our re-px * ?.al , .tiaeu- * on# tore, however." h# c**atinued. «u> h a iaw would nut hav# bee® Bi x canal J .'' Til* WI aw Id to Millar Rilled. M !*i Ll -WHx-n.H, Ky , May ft—Satar .J;* af?arni**® Carrie Bro*w n * olored; shot ami ki!l**d Hughes Be!! also colored!, •rime **ff he- head He entered wad, fur.au- > ith •irmk and jeal-riup?xai r*# kill her Hence the The girl is rn * u>toxly arui** berto VTtflea € Bee** NI ark et. Utica N Y.. M*y #. I.'taler the mf! i*u* ** of the react jog ia New York isat week there wa* a de* ixted rte* itae .a prix#* J ti nlgj “*.e-mea who «a*iir sue- : cee* I ex] in **h< sift big Kl WB?# .aa? Reek had difBcalt y In gx-ttiag stove • cent** Tb«opaa:«Hi seemed t*» prey ail that ti# nark#! had Wa , oven?* rf# Buyer* who haw ‘eaa .a ag ti I sera inclined tx* to cautious. As a nth*, fe..we»er. new cL**o-e wa* toid bock. The ruling price aa- e-Lah'i—bed at he. h,' toicw what A was last M inlay. Trsawstko* wars ae foGowa: Fly* to*. So boxaa #Nc. Af xotxo IC! toxew, fee; « i* rf xx. -42 hoaxM. erffer: 9 iota. Sci# S* .sew. fexq I kit. m t«j*se. SBjr I lot. TS roses. J*c a**: I lo# i oamskiutt; lot*., id laos. 4.C" rose* I ran#. a* ti*inc -ame -la## aet yea.' vjKL ba' aa rwuag prn-e. Wqx® A R >tnb Isjare# a Ilwbhoxsae. Bai# l.U’S.4, Ma? ri—Great exxitensant ws**> ut -ad mf the M-r a aa ta and Manu facturer-” clubhaus# by the expioxuan of a tom - ii frown of the b>Midmg The can en--1*ut rf#* tarriHe and tbe door* ami window - of the hou-e were wrecked Three Fishermen Drowned. San Frasx is**), May d—While si* n#n were fi-h:ng iu the bag their '*mt rmpmm-ti aud 'dart liv an. Cou Dr. wuey and M'lil t. x»r were drowned The other throa clung to the ta*ai and were picked up aTter drifting five mile*. t a-# ut Bld Lave. fu„ W Va.. May ft ParkRhat. ft*,. VV. V'*., May ft, — Joseph Se val i agad KB and Mr- Amy Terrenoe. ag--l -• w. re nurn*-a at laurel Fork* Saturday evening Miner* —trike. PiTT-Ri th* May ft -Ski hundred coal miner- -truck at Batlan#, and Casa bridge, U , against the ut* of the ferret an expert to ii«*termit# the intensity of the j-lex trie current which ta to be pawed through Kemmler. and the x-onxiitiona ! under which it shall He applied, and only • | re-* ntad fx>r his guixioiK# that he shall I cont i a ut the current selected by him until , it kill- provided a week shall suffixe for the purp*>xe. it left to the warden the power tx* determine the day of Kemmler s death instead of a day Wing fixed by the court it moxie no provi-j* na for solitary j confinement in axldition to the death urn airy. it wa- cruel because it withnelxl kin w lex I ge of the pr nod of his life from the prisoner until the moment of his de -trnx'tim; it prohibited a trnthful report !»y the prese of the execution which de-pn' e- the criminal of a safeguard against cruel ptiu.-timeur: and it is a substantial depart tire from the r-wential features of the common law intermix?*] by the four-tx*enth amenximent to be preaerved. Mr Sbermaa argue-l that unlxrw* the current wa- app I it-1 limier perfect scientific condition*, there was danger of torture, and it had nut been shown that the st senti ti. coexist ions coulx! be perfect All uiodre of instant execution, he said. were more or less cruel. Electricity must to to some extent c ruel. Scientists claimed that any -uxlxirn shock that drive* the anil from the b*dy must to in some degree cruel. Where hanging was pre-criled the sheriff wa-xii rec tex! to hang the criminal by the neck until be wa- dead. He did not authorize the executioner to go into the criminal s cell at any hour of the day or night, and CXHult** him by hanging bint by the heel- *»r body, or by twisting rope about his t«xsiy. The electrocution law xlixi not present#* any <iirect nn*thod of execution. in the -laughter house * a-es. Mr. Sherman -alii. Justle* Field -an! that a man cannot lie xieprivexl of bi- life without xiue proMvas A law ami to * tainted that this was a case somewhat -I rn liar He tii*i red claim that the ex post facto pro>v]-Hrfi of the cxrfurt.itutioo applied Ut this xase TI# law had been enacted with regaroi t* ‘be proper furms He thought rh at I# ha*] -how® enough to prove that the law -lixiulii not become a port of the -eftie*] law of the country by the denial of a writ of habeas corpus Justice Gray suggested that the grant mg of a writ of LaU-a* corpus would have 11# effex t iA litorating Kemmier. T*>d.fit» Mr. Sherniaa replied that the x-ourt could pro*) txie against this. aud in -upport ot feta . Lair® be cited the Mrslley • a-e. in wbix h he cv urt aith-*ugh granting th# writ of uatoa- c>irpu- dia* tex! the wanlen of th# prv-*-n where the pn-oner was confined to notify the -tate oftcers of the exact tim# if the prtooorr’s liberation in order that to might to raptured and re tried After-evrral of the justice* had asked Mr. .“herman querotiona concerning th# ase Chief Juatice Fuller onnounx-ed that the appi*x*an*rfi f*# a writ of habeas corpus jould not pn*»<**rly to gran tx-1, but thol he court wotilxi hear an appiix at ion for a ant xjf error • *n May It. The granting of i writ f error in ihr ane wouixi have the t-ffect of re-opening the expert te-rimony .akra by tLe electro a1 coOittiiK-ion Th# record of the commission would to pro-lucex] aux, the x-ourt would prescribe un-ler what condition- Keuimler shall to el--cutexl. A Ravisher -hot to Dead*. Coli UBI v. ri. C.. May A-Will lasaphart, 'olorexl, * xjovvcted of criminal assault an a awag white mr!    -b*d    to death in his eel! by arro.wd of Iv a* her- who overp*rn red th# sheriff They fired about shot*. Icaphar? was to have been hanged April ll. but obtained a re-pi ut. I Ladiwt', Xtcntlcinau'* and Childrrn's Itoirry. far lelow tLe u-iiiil pr • *. Lodes Bl#xk Ho##, #c. Lo*lici* Bilbrigg*a Li>>ae. be I .a, Baa* Fancy rilriprd U*>*e, 3 and dc La*iies Heavy Msxexl rieauile*a Has# tor I .ad ie#' Pifein Black H*>#« 8eamlea« 15c. Laxiiea* »troag Hibbexl Hon doable btol* and tx##. 2T»c J*axiiea Atooiutely Fast Black Plain Hose 24 and JYc. very dresrable La.!tes Plain Balbriggan Hos«, lftr Ididiri. SuiHjrline Balbriggan Uoto iv l.Aj.e?* Fancy Sin ped H«>## latest fashion regular extra long. 35c. Ladle* Striped Fancy Ho#e, tic Ladi***’ Fancy Striped Cotton U w»e 27c Lu. ii re Fine Striped Cottoo ll<>#«. 17c. Laxiies Sublime Quality Fancy Cotton Hoot. 4dc. Men# Plain Light Weight Lisle    '2-V Men# Fine British U*jto, double heel# and toes. lie. Mens Kxtra Go.#J Quality British Ho#*, I5m- Mens Fancy Stripexl ll*»#e *5c. .Men# Solid Color Hose. p^c. Men# Super Stout British llo-e ‘2*2x*. Mens Henry Mixed SeamlxNR H**#e 7c.. Sc Sh' , 10c., Ile. UhiMrea- Solid Black Fine Ribbed Cot too Hoae, all s ue# superior quality 12*c a pair. Misses Black LL*# Maco feet. I3c to IS excellent wear Boy* Heavy Black ll -se. lh. Boy# Super Stout Double Heel and toe all #:xes. Life. Boy# Double Knee Atox.lutel) Fast lUax k Hose t xtra strong only 24c Stainleaa. Boys Grey Mixed kl *#e d*>ub!e bee! sn*) toes only !2jc. Special big line I*odies Fancy Hose. only Uh Choice of ‘27* Sty lea Children# Fairy Color Hose worth from 15 to 4<k:    only 10c. to clone out entire lot ERIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT STOUPAL I A CD., Bsteiit Attorn#?#, #L'< 7th M, W a.*hiDg®rfi, P x , <.pp I - l’*urn x»t-ik-* Pair at#. Caveats sad lie Ihum wtirwl Tra*l# Mark# registrn-i All Patrol Lujmro rood uci*-] fur aj*-k*rat# I era I n (<vibsU •», Adv.*-# sad apveiai relrrra* x*» srat >»• »|urol. i"|ui * id Til feu A feON TM on be a*J( *fdfw ll    wurlntqf tor xta. Prr-*o» pre ferred who cma Ittrnirfi rn feurvr tad give thew wliule tiwe to the busine-*, bpare *• .mevi:' a»uy be prxjot-Ably cfefefdoyed ml*a. A tew uua« in town# sad att#*. H. F. JOHNSON A CG., *o**j Main Sn. kH.noH-.tvd, Va. I'x.g - XLE TW* twukfinz I-*?-I L*-i>t*ar*l -Ire#I »• at f ■(.! i f» -ii*-* ? *m I liq u> re at TS kl. f ourth »trx*rt. RENOV XL. Pr. «E. Bis* Anam ba- re it. • \ **d t, * flit*-au*] re*, lruce ®. Nu, XLI p. lr street. Grri* K H*il a-—lo a. rn. till u*« u; I p. rn. nil 4 p. ie. -uuda) f*Hrv-ti*~ ti aiel *<rk iax #veeu»r» Iff # I * I**    I lur it I. WANTED tor **ur KehafiJe Nur-rrv -ti- It **n Salary **r < *>xe-utiMnoii Hr tx for tr rn ti* Nee D n    CAI tClit ll vs Mb , ac SALkSMtn S uncr>’a«i, Re* Vt" lf?, N. I rr.GxTFD- I? * * I. ll, - - AN AC TI 4 E M IN f.*r ea*-h iarv *75 to flu*,   mr repro**# at a -urer—i-ful N Y. X oujuany laetiriH*r- ai*-*] to -itppiv Pry Ct*##!**, Ci«>4kin«r -h***--dewetrv, ear., to o>uxua**r* at ******t. A!**** a I ady of tact, ftalsri Roo to rut to* *    • .rn jut em *-i»r*>xird. fine im* fan] in. K*-ferriyx'r- exx haurr*]. I. in pi re < «*-operalive A-ax his Ox >n ie re*! it well ralr*l l.« J B*.% »'du. M. Y. Buffalo, N. V, \N b Im vp fr»*x j i ip ut ret |iit*«4tff by mail fur Maniples of n**w »-in bruit lories. Such rccpiegts we* an* please*cJ to rt*t*4*ivt;, but w>* lK*g to a“k for particulars iii regard to the* samples wanted. State whether edgings. iiiM» rtiorjM or flouncing!*, also what width arni some i?lea of the price. W e have a st<n*k of em-broideries that i-» set'ond to none in the country and su-perior to auv in Buffalo. I he money value we offer is simply un paraded. I ljc*r>* are e?l^iiiv'‘-* from J of an inch to IM inches wide iii cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched M**t.s in different w idths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing* in the xiiffVrent widths from IM inches to 60 inches. SjtoC ial lines of cambric edgy-s at 5c, 10c, I '2 Jo, 15c and 25c |»er yar»L Adah, M hi.!*b<. rn R; A a na Roo a. § New gx mm Is for this season are coming in daily. The rn usi in underw ear stock is complete, also tile linen stock, the cotton stock and the white g«mm]m stock. Bv “complete” w e mean they have all the new sty I es in this season's new goods—all the variety that the U*st purchasing facilities Expial to any in the city, ami in the country can bring together. Theg W inter stocks are of-fering great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advantageous! v. ROOMS TO RENT 'la lfe« M**r> lux Ll# Ifiiak Building ti Jax-iiL W rtnvr *»r Frank May. CARL SCHAUER 159 East Third St., Harf ju*t receivexl a full jinx* x»f in KG Cl \ L rn _ l7r,;;‘2. si_"raatiap. at prices that will pay you to see him l>efoi * purchasing. OUR SPRING AND SIMMER LINE OF Ozfsrl Tiss iii Adam, Meldrum A. Anderson1 DRY GOODS. Carpets and Draperies, K*M»k*|iu»*f 4tatl*>o«ry, A ITR RIC All BUJCK. WM--Hr: MAIS HTH EMTf * _BUFFALO.    S.    5. C. 0. Penfold M tnufax-turor an*] Imporlrr. few MAIS NT.. HL FFA LO, M. T. DKAI KR IS I fiamonds.    Watches and Jewelry, I Ixm k#, vilxvrwarv, Gator lr***#!•, vie. FAURA I IAG, GULD f SIL IKR FLAT! AG. W L HAVE IDEM IN FA I -ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA. WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM MINGS W E ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA THER KLIPPER. WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET W EAR SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street. A COM SLATE UKK OF HOLI DA Y GOODS 304 31 ALN SI KH ET* xjppcMit# Iroquois H**w*i. $300 REWARD! WE will par lb* abx»v« r#wari for say -aa# (d lurer l **BnpL*;nt, Py#p#paia, “irk HmiImim, lD*l.aest((>B, I on*upwtixjn or < <#mvx*n#aa we raa&xjt car# witfe We##’* V>jr#tab*« Liver ; when th# lirxi-'tion* are ftnrtiy ronnptiwi #itk-Tbev ar# part IJ Vegvtabie, sad n#ver fail to I rive satioBfeCttoe .-uyar < <*at#*l. tor## box##, I cutAjamg » Fill#. A cwata. Beware A eowa-b rit-iU. and lantanona. The renoiB# aaAna-I f vror#d fj#ly to JOHN C- W E-T A CO. v*M br M.iBioi'x PH A*# act. D kirk, N T. (to to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;