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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 5, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK. N. T.. VY. YPRfL REPRESENTATIVE I'ORRJBIE MCRDLKS. GENERAL FOBEJQN NEWS St. BUSINESS HOUSEfc 4NOTHER SERIES OF BLOOD-CURD- i --------I LING CRIMES IN KANSAS argute ron-ned ry the a itbormes at "it 1 Kvl leuce th tt to of thecirr haoi left T N- iv T r-, rr HI. u of th. ,T for a t) of rummof CJr DUNKIRK. of th. HIM an! rU____ FDR ITY A TREATY WHICH WrjLD PRACTI- raLLY MEAN cp-E WOOL NO. 44. -r w i] uii n une asm th. IT Wr for a H  f th. inrr ase 1 he I H s >f the nn.riitl., n, ._.- ban ed f ilar i tent fey Bialn. ,-rl With th, pl u' OF TRADE r v v f lt. aav, UU J' has "'a d, u I an _ n iw failure, 1 U" r X ar 1 ,oal in I lar' kei oa HII m ar Central Avenue te V kel P All xrailra ol har an 1 Con Lumber. nirlea an 1 La'h frt e ct (nr nrl jle-Ue loi i. i i ti i i rh r b h uiin PIS I rk F r r ihd.li cv r f >r f> B. 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'a 1 1 r PHAKJI.VCY, dOO central Avenue Haadqoarters lor Wall Paper Hi t .O J Wa i 309 Center atrp-u Mannfar.lnrer and lea er n llain t Bndln. collars H Ja 1 t Mittens an Irs T> StHOJ-TES I 17 East Third ami t Faabtonable Tail >r ITCI b emt i w j u t w thar to call on me oef re t ur Iiao n elsewhere P B. CART ft CO trtneral Hardware h te 1 ut I o a Pojn ttr Supplier Ci Ills tt A sjjet. a M 1 Monroerauift RrUSG a. bl ink 1 niu e 1; ra ml' a 1 kinds ji butnka di ne 4. Dunkirk Pnn las Companv a an 1 0 st n I L i rs th r M n l 1 i tht- t 1 .1 I V f I 'ic rs IL sib-c i t tl 1 n, ll tl in h i e u b rL i! in e of tLt m i v e n I an 1 h i iv 1 m l ii as t the r s ue N r D, u an 1 e e ed tor 'h pi lisa II n m tw Mew zar ysd r i Ll u fCL tie nen the uii; a ear ,eut ot h s f i i i 1 th i 1 in u ee to be s .rr T n mi f fh n ajT u a I Fmm His B- a nr rlu ir_ met to "irte He nr n aj f t I er aiTl a ijim vj uev et tanl use that Emi 11 nlPt r i I i hs re-pet, t h k K ii" a i s, rj rh u h b rea on i i N t lril e r mh nj ah-D m nr th nter, r t At ui tj a a, r himsel rr i ied 1 re n J V H raj 1 jitLi Hi- i -t- U ha e str n_lv IP i z Rer nert Hw aim un and 1 'Ha si- 1 1 1 n ins- t h n Mi- r r I 111 1 1 us i tiiL la-v ml that he in Bur u f was in is in his utteran -PS It il ut smn martpr? he nv n rhina; abour ir r r- on p D mreratic n thj ii tu t ani a PIT! t C 1 io.s 3 i la T a state e I Pu ne th ablest la vyer m ro pit .._ I M nf a rim upon 1 i-> f t in rm re- u n u 1 i i ret u W i P 'h' i I .11 Is, I a s t mntenal l H u mil ir nse, ,f r 7 f HI.' I J r 1 IT J'it ani tuns let, ti ns antl 1s" 'P-n. rr-, es ,nas i 'u. b, "Hlt If also 7m I I t 1 1 rum tie hi" 'a 1U( h J P1 rtant wion 'Jj rnp c ellentfre- I the de ROOMS TO RENT In ihe Menhinu Bank Building li, b W itner r Frank h h 11 far as t KWS 1 ''ill nstimslb nl ruhll 'ill mr m i f i It nil rl i n 1 ui i i rf 1 i Irii el an! 1 f f i it I Iv less nfl, t i I rl) The a{ T 1 n e j B HILL A PAILURE IN THE CITIES Hr rurks-n ri u. Fi is M ne- iri 1 M II e 1 1 P si it r n r-l l I" vi ir e n i le I ll1 T I p l h n T prnp r s sp ir I V rl anil r u Tl e I nlted hn e i ri 1 -i iee a i 1 1 at rr, f r 11 t1 3 h r hive r-n-j tn Fnh 11 T! bv on the Grounds 'Eis- R, -The pol e b i I Btplosiv f in f "he mi-iu, Mm i Pt I tL ir i rait ie ani IV ni Lsh cne Lenten seis, n HL MATThRS r Le Bennett law male an p w I ini Demo, rara w h r e I r ir m-i hief of the r tear that the PP i u 1 ause the Derno- r u t up the Ben Pr h h i r i i lu r rl H "i a fii tli t" Ir Lis hi I se en Operation of Clif >n u i sii-iv ov s" >n inn 1 r r m mnerand m i n ht j. 1 L vi ,h t v_ tcrlav __ f l >as hi 111 h ,h t jRh ere wart a reiv r r P ii- art nil i e ar i race tra k "I e r rliv the state of the I' t i Tberri ppv i 1 rtia e i, flrl Mlss Olive r n H th r i ture iu i n I lie mnties >hi h are h, 1 11 tn I t mn t lie I Pop lir FV, tlon of I% T 1 entatne son f I w, nfPOlI, Pl n Hi t Pr LV ,_ a "f r Pr P r; an pr l i, for B LOT Th rd an 1 B Dealer in or.in.p- Majl BaUdinc Call jn n e be your ie-walk. R ISLET CO.. 7 an i j Fr nt street. Wtuaky Bran 1 ..s Liquor atore f ir t aji y L OBXBT Lioa near te epo sale Feed an 1 L ver by the or week in r Lioa near the LL u e- Th thVUli 1rT bnyinj i ihe j f e, r i i n ail ti t i r' i shat Li b-, i n lie n I whi bite 1 ml -e r t I ric-c r CTireil o first 1 i isti al u i th l 1 t e I 2 in G rt ;ec j jl u oon ujrj t mt. F r h rare the i e ban I njp nil es s, e nrst t u-gie oa i 1 nc hi i ri i r tl- r   reen as severe CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St, Has ju, ri. u, I a tul, linc Equal to  lines to rm.ce a 1 i i a r of M ss Bettie iu tn arms Creorze r 1 m 11 Us. a. jr r as in LADIES! want an eaaj and omfort- abU si oe with a one that will W M. MOCKKK. Merchant Tailor. 316 General Avenue Trted to ire Her Lover ipnl Carr a -nuima um ork P rl ward -Uoanv i 0- il Jed to attempt sev B 5t u Detrcit ani linn an sunde ar her lo er _____ that she woul 1 L ur Tin ivtors at for a n-ht had thttt "he h P She will be well eno, _h to t'otrt cljb jr Li, to taa-v to explain tLin-s. L H s n ir i lie ir-f, r i M i s Vr I v i 1 T M, pr- ,r e- 11 V h p f ni r ni n _i ,ra e pi at "Lk.es. err m Atlanta. 1 i N i them 1 f r 1 i I LS n 11 1 i. tr ll ar 1 J ui- 1 W rth 1 1 the orelirainary at tae f tumbei jf f m sr i ui w ,nd t, r an i P, fa hlt, n s its We have frequent s by mail for samples of new embroideries Such recasts we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars m regard to the samples wanted. State whether wig- mgs. insertions or flouncmiw also what width and some idea of the price We have a stock of em- broideries that is second to none m the country and su- penor to an> m Buffalo ine money value we offer is simply unparalled There are edgings from of nn inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and muslin. Matched sets m different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of ma- terial. All-over t-rabroidenes in great variety Flouncmgg m the different widths from is inches to 60 inches. Special lines Of cambric edges at 5c, JOc I-2ic, per yard. ADAH MKI.DK, a AJ.DIB.OM New goods foi this season e coming m dailj The underwear stook w complete, also the linen stock the cotton stock and thf- white goods stock. By -complete" we mean they have all the new styles in this season's new all the variety that the best purchasing facilities m the country can brine to- gether. The Winter stocks are of- fmng great bargains. There never was a time when yon could trade here more ad van- tageously Adam, Meldrum it Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, PKOFC-XION VL. R T ROLPH M D con est be een N uni allare tea Cham] ion and Oi i no Drum for e over r in in s ,r_0 ,-V C9'ai tr PU "f I ----------..T, Conn, Prw era, the inhuman father and husband ar Goe-i to resteu Tharsday night, was sentenced yester BosTny Apnl 5 Presiaent day to 175 days in the county jail at New ngned ilartin Sullivan of Haven. His wife has bean removed to the of the Indianapolis aad hoBHtal oa ttw Iowa farm. outfielder for the Boston cbam A Mine to be Fljoded Pa >_TLe ralnpron mme r ri of si eiie, w 11 be fif ei tl-- hi t I v ni LPtioL U11 r e u t s i, the s- t ti eir t lie i tue re. I A Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. SPAPFRf   

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