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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. B REPRESENTA TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK ASFW RILINO MltHlNK f ,r niliui alUJtinlsof blanks 13 the latest 41 111 I r, lie Mechanical Department ,f.A A LKXATOKK-S t oal and Wood Yarl.-f 4m .Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plato A'l gradei al Hard and Soft oal Lumber Sbmileu anl Lath free lUu r) wtolesa'e BB. eUYOKD, 323 and i35 Central Are Artistic Photographer Instantaneous Balnea a specialty not wa.t for nunehme except (or BOOK IHVI-.O pnetor. So 1., t Swomlstreit nta (mlnatreet, Dunkirk Y uc.PamphleD.etc.boun I m gl' ,iv to All work guarantee I CROCKERY HOUHSC, TOa Central Avenue DUNKIRK, N. Y., MOYFHY. APRnTT EXCITEMENT IN LONDON OVER THE CREWE MURDER at Binlu Pa.hu, Action COB rroln th. RllMJM -H.in Who Wasn't Bl.m.rcL. Opprei.lv. Idlenem Some Trick. Lovoot 7 ,hl h ta. been 2, Bam" for r-prieve The could, to. Hr> Bu' Mu Wholesale and retail dealer ID Imported Uiipg. Glassware, 4c in t qneen ,lmv CHAtTAKJIJA HOTKL, Hates U VKT lav I.ivery and Rnmiling stable in conne, ti >n V tti ler __________ 33S and 337 Lion street UTT BlKJtCK SHOP V. Nagle, Prop Under Lake sh >re ,nal Bank, cornet kaiser en brutal fauer they were actu ie determination to pr te, t their the umstan.e whnh arouses ni nth v on their behalf and leads lie t.. IT d.nv that they are f anv at all As- Matthews u, abtent the grant a reprieve >he ,an .onsiilt him pei tlie ,ase It is felt that poll. T on tlie part of the miis iot USE. interest a so the enthasuutic young of the navv and pnv ate member f seat mthi bsti_ But this u the rear 18OO and i Ulieim u rHlpu m Bls. K dutv to poBtentr B obi loublv forth wi Ji to commence writiug hui memoir, TRICKY Jf BtLLS The miKht lenrn a tncta from the simple and itraightforwa, i British It haa just 1-wen that large firms dealing m popular articles who .end out millions of cnculars per year pout cir, ular, in brrmanr to the popu lace of and the proi mces The rsa son L, thar it onlv osts a half penny to send an un-waled envelope m bennanv as in hile in half penny post- age oilv a wrapper open at both ends The result i, that the G-rman port- offi e gets the m. ner and the E, glu-h post- Jtllce the and the thntty British men hint save-a half penny on ea, h ,f his lr ulur, KRFM H IASSKB I> DtHOXFT rhe Fren, h losses m Dahomev are more wriou., than has >et been >ffluallv adai teed. bron Lr 'nh rPt''reme t0 brought siRh odium the and a persistent! in thus w; FROM WASHLVGIOV. THE EXECUTIVE CALENDAR FULL OF NOMINATIONS I PROGRESS Mo.t of to tie Th. Ca tinned Three ronte.r, Other Me.t With Debate w, to Jit, f Ranm comni ssinner of rrutt-.i the t II w n" -mm In lh, time lev red to I.-, ,rion Uf the Flo, ,da n. nu ,a the JuruvtheWHUtiiisrenled was the t l beend vo-ed t un s, lU, L, crowded a ns T, d e f these be ,e b Lief dmes t rhe I seiiat" dm m6 Me -eh. t, cume so 0.1 a. I known tLeie n. mmin r n the calendar which t to ue a has sub- f 1 grest en y ma le n Jn 11; tinn J nn U Njlle T r the ten r Sm-On the i 1 D. I ,st anorie, that an ex immation of the U n pending m tlle )lhl sh ma le in t rh it all cases h ippeared to Oe- n i ler u. placed upon what >no u it I tl e iripleted flies a i f this examination iO S5  inier i-enler -trett f I CromTLll anl Dunkirk" (erlett diL.n_ I Dress bhirta tja sa e n ml leatllna lurnnb lie -lotlung an 1 Iry h. use- in I'unkirk. DP TOOHET 4.W an t 4 >i Li n street, Uuitar m t nr tei l, Bale t H iv. Pi 01 Abates, ub. Esuibl inc.I. ItL-ensi understand and eren V, share his tvtag .t hliu !rrel to be bThJ" I. ud, u tvgmnj not to left to" ijattu tirEinm and eyen a disposi ie ii ,n il, v s course m the whole r buf rl LS is nipletelv dispelled and in is n w -j ken of ,nly as an un- ul iiilTia i up n wuom betrer men un eases the terden. v uiim RY that powerful the chef The monai.h ,t th. stnu k work and to SUIT took-, f IJoweH his example The joined the strike and next um. tk. e be 1 f i ar i I ra e an hour or ea, h luriiu he vieek n II Wiero clear the ajendar fm t or the n n m-ui jns now pendine In rhe ejiitm e m ses- sion the coiLsulerAt, ,n t the Mnntana tie, t ons contest w ill outlined eral are kpl, r hg t e ,d i tie week thM ml, ,ted their m tentmn t Mr ,r n f mil In-'alL- on the IVp ibl an a ;i pi l Du, _e iii[ Su that -es hue hefn 'he hlas m all iB rl e past three months of in tbeie Evarts Teller "de and Turnieand I-mes finti, s leof the The elMtim- after, od.xk V an bam bei itest ,Mli have n_ div but Di m t f u l up bet r, that h jf a h lie t I ill lu. take outing Meanwhile the the Chinese nhi tie lebate Tne senate rnniitl inal mea u e i- i through th. senate n termined Imnllv m will be mude in i lg the senate t le t l-een ai len led m the erv lit k ,f the n-- II w T v. plet-nl up in nn a PI I'l i ins Hi -s, H ati? 'I ,s for i liiin ij P -V i f th Jn in. rl II f t le I IHPI -s A FREIGHT CONDUCTORS TERRIBLE FIGHT WITH TRAMPS He I, F.tUlT Shut by One of the Mlwre- nllr ran.ht 4 In New Befitue Uoul.ln t Kiinh the hiontrr Tuikerhad with tisnijw on his tr I shllt them As his ou the rail, n, mile west ot >este, aftemoon six tram, s huibe 1 into a a, and leied them to get out Ihev reiWd ami he en- e cai to eje, t them hred af be-h t nns-'-d rtn 1 in mt (tl 'car "VhT tramps rl'l" ai i be de- A.n This TK HOTEL and Dep, t. ac, t niiii sa Lniou D a I Lra us ai d but u ns (or oui fc____ _ nercial Travelers J ihri J UtirpUv Prop tt 47 an fc. TDinl atrt eL fine frurmture, ubioet tn J L p oolBtenug Figure t ramea to ir Itr UATTESUN CO., 3U1 Central 4ve I Leaders i aotiiun and OenUeuiio Outfitters AREU STE.1M BKATI.NO CO.. 1 look upon P-'i i n r "ir'rn bre Tin, receotion I m Iced11 ds to nrtake largely of the na tin e of an demonstration and manvthm.r.aiepxpe.ted to be which 11 pro, ke between Berlin and l-oi, Ion Tb re ha-s all along been much in I F.u I I I Manalaiturers ol steam Heitin? Apujratui, aamtary Plumbing a Specialtv H OME STEAM LACNDRT Our spwiames r ne Shirts lor i c.llara I le, Cuffj, 4c, anl Lace Curums Frre Ueliv try A W Cummings, tenter street ami.fi nhere ,t th, LeUauur ot the man r V ar thpse r im> rial ,h ,Ii u tatk be.p enr, r e will be air e u rhe English There is a.i.at leal of danger f a rupture he omitl les ab nit tills Issue THL IZlJis D "pe'eTsi''' "lak' b> thestudents t ns in U, The vo ih against the latest ,e, ale.1 lOer i i h -nrs anl gainst the ntnued uiterfern. md t r.nnv of the MunT of them Unnru-t a ted and not a few ,n fWM rs are m B m n i I ti ll alispwts, with a fair pi jspext of i But the real danger for the czar I in n sr lemonstrati >n, of ettitable harvest an bnislars and a jewtl asket valued. st ,i.n The asket has been found but tie coi ten's had been There is n ue t. the Thieves H sr, mm, a leading banker of emlu ba.sU.n to suspend business ng t 'be rail ire ,t wme imp, rtant enter pns ,vhi, he ha 1 be. ome involved Ihe amount t h s lhUM L, no ent, affair, has vet teen. The i K lab, r rv at b tor, strike wa, recently this t the i me tun. r i I il Iv a the, m i i ritui ,1 be brought in nd put un and nr ill afion.s at the rate >f J T lirar-reieivedfoi unoi rhese re 11 re! rhor >ne lav m he ,rsl T, I l-l M1i _, 1. n e m p. i I eat for t' tl e >ffVe are i -e, cal n nl ut vl asn (jer nniiirh and adu' m te, mixx) pei mo, th -o rhat ve ure n tuallv handJm? db, t 'I, L i-no- -le m-nth r n N pen i -e were i j d f. mthe i, ,he 1 jumped our >f t_ the tar "I I eil a h tinm m 1 as he CARRIAGES! k" er foi anv om 10 pc c imfort.ibli ln< I'l, r, m un- L mnK n> a forev. pollution in this the mogt nl'lii-n. at Sc. or the V law full issortnient enables to I H.int in liosieiv d-ncv 1 Injury A M n, Ml the tiarnps n >e a o -in (ll h left F in >imei In ibi FATAL STABBING AFFRAY II K. OFHM, E Third st., cor of Buffalo liBufacturerand leaerin i me Bunu dbn WKIXEK'S %K-W STOItE, 11H F Third st. B.wkB, Musical Oailyau IWeeklv I and eyerytn rz pertaiainie to a drht ,1 achoo a specialty FKINTIX. fertry t, rates 'n Dunkirk Companv, s au 1 10 E -e, on.l bt. fa VAS BCBE> SON, AccilLntan.1 irentral Beat Eaute and 01 tile xtl II meii ha 'be >II VTftel a th e mile up then minds that on their ountrr uiri come xm! and polm, al a'a, lysm made ti ,m time tu time mssteriDiis suicides and div i es pr >ve bev nd a doubt that the d> amons; the no- palaces of the zar m i-tly Fustian re'u ANOTHER COURT-MARTIAL uptaln ef the Ca.alry nith Drunkeno.... FORTYATES N D r_The court m ml of apt Edmond Fechet, troop F Uh h uvabv h Saturday a4- 'T "le hurge that n 'e "g mei a al u, 1 th ,i, Ht, sets up that he 1, the c.urt rompeHed to u, n t., llm, to wber up i eral jesbeck conducted the prwurnu aud Lieut who a. ted in tne nt. tho niartiaJ at L hn tethet "ltnrfLleut Abb-tt h passage iniiii, u i L Three contested ele, tion caies IT1 can be f ,re n tn V> th th u h a condition ed the 1 r n ip i wnthln r l 2T t-'lc Ii, it is so plat ed i in ss ,s mthe JI if able bv the last of Ma, to imtion ot claim then in i rh, ti t l.j of oanuarvlast uare i ill  c .it fjidie- Turn f adu and HI, n Hnti-h ,ind Hl'l Bins, :ios pl.un. Shirts at Apron.s a 37c t I and 4.k-, 23c. at It] and I h r, some f rlie me r j mill wh h i, is b, bn at ni stabbed lous hoi-, man dle liii ,e- The urn ,s h id made u ueneral at t el i" 1 f 'd' %1' r m.Hl, in 1 I I It" I Ml. s s. VII 1 1I.1H in t n Inf inn iti n i si ago appeared for the lefenw I ing i loo paid to tae r >t penv nu 4c I enter au, in.l iliwr women lM' (IN ROE S PH Central Aveuue I for Wall t O, I pEUKTNS. J W I i M9 Center street, 1 Collars, Trnnka W hipe. Buffalo liotos Corerg Glovea Mittensaa.' Uobetf I 8CHOLTES. I f 17 East Thirt atreit. I Fashionable Tai.or. (rentlemen will fln t it to I their adTantage lu call on me before pnrrhasinu I eiaewhere. Ei. r lire m of the strand That is all that punn I, t. 'je 1 n if the the ,ei, ruimrk ible 'ather the bnes themeet ...6 -a- ui 'bablv summoned also to insider imp. rrant new, ft r ,t was on V. n lav that the air tajvpn fa rfaM an nntd 7 'T n0t m London until ,-dne-dav morrunfc LUEB The ,t llan ard tM t Qf parig from the effects of a Inng "TmiS "Tne h the same posltueh her wan drunk an.l he acquitted 01 a te, ,JltT u] n[ nebie, are Fe het s subordinates that he ele ted members of the e ,on, ommi tee elded that theie dml brag lntt n f r a pe, ,al, election to letermine th mitt, r Me nda- be Dustru t ,f is the appropiun, n till il] Fudaya-s usual nil! beienr It in ,r bilh and i sBlll, 1 ,T u" the late Repre-, prat vc Uir 1 A Ne'jn I. lie deli, During the morn ng hours >f the n-eek i mimber of bills f an natnTi U bTlls'1, 'f r PU 4m' "S pn inns; f thf retir, nient )f n m' oBWrs ...iN.nines, tor irieit f ln rhc iv r hi -nlistiuiit f imm in n rl e is pi D to that I n have a n in ah armg lnu-nn fm f i nie Ii u inon ln Hist, six in -s rr in rhis land an 1 [Jepiirs- sheriff cenii j, esr a i w i hdi nr env Th >n th. ffl i 1, tn f m, I" Me I in Inn I rl Ti i i' a i n lien ma le I n t tbe m else e pension will I rt e ,ro e tj rt t lie the iik f I 01 s 1 t i" s ai e, ,hl th i I ll] l en L-..-S iv nt 's on a ed die Mai hal P I til.bein ill 1 sh t rh. i I be sh.xjtmu rente, ent in rhe town on a I 'i nil les tbeie md bill nuns bet learned hai nothing r do TO CON-OLIDATE -Ihree hunlie.ll Some one xidi ut I uin a lighted Bef be RECIPROCITY IN AMERICA a- I e ti H Ini in h I IH, m- IH K -VU PB. CAST M CO., i.a Lion street. .1 dark st his name the. ac, ident to that vessel 'iverpad man Holnian was l ben the explosion ixt urred. rf the plavers dropivd every J> 1 unking, remained t ,ta( k up bines and whites ai 1 see left t I 01 in r he m vjient ,ihe i how was 1 II ormel hlii ibar he had irot ion street. General Lead Oils Painu-r s lies, Oil Uoihi te Ware A special ShCTwii. Williams Pa. ntand Monroe range such as b ank ail kimlaul ulanka tone at Dank irk Companv, S I 10 t, second RPDOUPH Cor Third and Buff-. Sfc. OcaJer in Granite Marl r. Ikz ni prm ed heie Jncob Hirsnh I TO11 .mail imer sinks mvpeonle will ledscrs.andlitMsme tnr drowne.i Jn7 voung I the W-nt Shore I t TI t e conbidi riti, n h( handler Look, on Mr M lln nith furor r f han.ll 111 unit rihi hid in t 11 r re II pr p, sed li I Cdin.d f, m iej -latch uthe ljt rt.e t 1 anl I n ula n 1 ed hei uli> anj ri mix rs ot the en O, lei ,f 1 i I i r is I al. [tei f f I latl 11 i 1 the ur i- tiamme in the I nite I St... i n, Rnfri] ik h b i >n an.l man, pla s M-a i a anl, Ther- ,e 1 I in is th In an I i I ut 11( l, lit l 1 m the Upeia b i la.st A ni pmnuntnt rie i i rn. L mil tern on Strike carpenters coun m.htat 13 o clock that I m t. il .lei Inns' s the-tn e ,LS n r wouli be thuTmornme "er w't o'l-xkrhe mmcil was prepared to anv s inn'tee trjm the master carpe_ .at, n a to appeared Ihe object of the an hour strike is t .IV 7 and 9 Eaat Front street. Whiakv, Wines G-nerml Liquor otore for Familv Cse ROBERT VKAT. Lion street, near the depot. 5, sale, beed and Liverv y the dav or week on sail laphetHirahsolemnlv" ''rhere has been oker plm uu on board and w are all t. V foi the am of a few f 1 Dl NRA1E1 S REPLY Loi 1 Dunn, en hai sent the following re- plvto-he of tworge Peabody MR I i i ,v to yours of the 14th ins ai t e I "h jl this month I wrote to the rkYuht club asking whether Rw M of the Roval achr squ idr >n to the effect that th, Amerca UID 1 ,f ._. An Ordination Serrb-e MRK services m with "the r darned n number ot deacons md elders The anniv of the eiiu, ational t held m the enmg and many SAX J. GZFFOKD, Central It General Indurance and Real Eatatt of Agent. Fire.Lifc, Accident, and Live Stot-i InBOianee. Prompt attention to hnvinj. and jelling Heal luitate. C. A. TS E Third at.cor Deer Sieelwor Meal Marker Fresh, Salt anc Smoked Meata, Oysters Ponltt7 W !W Boy the Aurora Railroad Watch Bvpainng a specialty _Frmnk f Stapf. M E Third st 9L MOCKER. Merchant Tli lor. Central Avenue PBOKtSSIOXAL. R.T ROI PH, TL D tod Ottceover s Kes.'ence, Central -Vreone Telephone >o 9. Calls may be teft at Lvon's. ac. i cor un? to the terms of the Volunteer 1 hlstle I ru-e a 1 her in that case nn cnallenge v i niuht be a.s merely e-, nniil this season Pendm- the re- an, r from tbe New "i ork Yacht club for me to pve a definite W tut proposal, of vour letter I must tbei.r re cmtent nivseu" for tne present with ,t and you tx convey m, thank, the mvitaS >Mer Sunday In Tork_ Apiil --The weatler was and the leading a, enues th promenaders clad in the NEW 1, IKK pel feet v ste 1 were c r 1 I i 1, ippr r ate He he, nl'ed with worslup. L tht llaml thefashjon- able chur, hes on Fitth which were finely dec >rated flovers, "tT muMcal WVICM nere verv caretopfts. upjQ fulunsidera n I ,h'uld be ,n though that could w 11 alfo, 1 t establish ie relan MIS with anr ot rh .the Western Hema-phJrl would ad pr our u.nlt a, d ,th I am quite m line i rhat ,t W( bewuet these relat, n, al tne 1.1 nines between rhe boi and the 1 tlmius of Panama be m anv an aba, ic nnent of anv par [rjte, tion and it w u] of our s stem of guarantee, t us the these c .uiu les In the'l'i n ofoiirtu ,o" much )UI8eha-f taKe the a 'd.-d nsibilitv ot pi i n ourselTesf, Ultlami to think that reap great from the i elation GRAND R ConTlcte.l of Fraud isso, lati u the mails for fmn Lnited States romt published a 8piritin in g addi-esseil to spint life nut ut I r-akms the seaU Hi fee foi ansner us m a letter the ordinary mat i er was  ther i la. es 1 ml I H wan! of t i rfi 1 M ester Wilkinson 3f mills i ih the well known U ih promnent rail 1 an leclare 1 rhat the 111 l> in the inteiesr >f bar 1 ii- tL i nrh i nell of trikes on t-d i .ri n und i 3ne head of the "lies hut f i h t, r tarn own n aie msidered n 3f up, it nice Spe, lal run fnm N Duff ilo and 'fiei luf J A in- nir Iril w ,J rl I mi s k m, air I f-l'all stjblml H Hie Kalian h j rill in. or stubbed pi] a r l. 1 brid 1 i I t 11 r v 1 i u t< j h. s, u imi HI- n-oitml, State Senator m Alt, n III beg to ask for partic-ulars regard to the samples wanted. State whether edg- nigs insertions or flouncing what width and some idea of the price. We Lave a stock of eru- 1'ioidme., that IM second to rone ,n tbe country and perior to any m The money value W "imply unparalled. There are edgings from J of -in inch to 18 wide in e, jaconet, BOOMS JO BENT su- Buffalo offer H Matched set. in different widths of edging and insertion onalldesiiaMe kmda of ma- terial. All-over einliroideries ifieat v.iriety in th in f, the en, i niitei "ill effe M in ai Two Lake SteamerB Laomhed ate-imer Fled PalKt vi is ,lh ,t Wolf ThpT" Slltm laT I lies H -1 -T )t tne vessel ii iiiii) r -n-s 4pm 7 _ The Q6W -amei In iiaaa Li, h the (xwdrich Trans- )ortanon c mipunv has been having built a seisr i A. wa, aaiu he.1 afternoon She .8 TnTo faestmn estlnat- on freshwater Her di measi ns 11 P over ah am feet k. Ofeet and Ii feet hold Her cabin ill le hands, rnelv and -mil hav, eepinga- t ions f r 400 passengers he nil] be hanted Her cost .11 ,m she v, 11 plv MJ NOTHING GIVEN OUT The Stite Departinenr Krfme, All million U Vunl lenart it U' I )fli mis wh lareeas, f e-saie nrf ttlily-in t, saj mv thin- f _llbjl i tii-r Blime ,s to tion find out thins quest, m or The se 1 o, the .pro, South r- Tl e si tie lepartni. t lals wiU not even t tl wiu not ever admit th ,t Mmm, ,re m aon ot after an unusuallv eicit- tag taithdav.is engaged in sorting oat and his and granu, and letters of conffratnlation a uS A Cat. Cm- irk 4pru 7-A ere- in Boggy Bajou levee has caused the insile the levee here to slowlv Lollmger was informed that Red Fork had cut tlie levee and that the break leet w ide tie started at onca with to prepaj e a spondent being leferred moti n fr t i i ii to f an nn iker n tim, trial the re- which be will find himself in the nov7l Oon of having nothing m particular to do fnendi that idleness will kill him u, drive him mad and would like to put him m tbe reichstag His presence m parliament wouM, it is bebe-ved, act as check upon the impetuous kaiser Ten years ago the prince publicly decHred that ever he resigned office he would speak his mind as occasion L" a 'ery one forthu HI, Api il T Iker man shot Mrs Hess, hmdladvof the VatioaaJ hotel and then Hred a bullet into his owa brain .-auiins instant death Mrs Hess will Ihe dee vas to have i mm d_r a fit of Tit for Tut Board of Trade whi, h has h mdled r bushels of whiat mi -e September i, Icte, toseteven the L hi, ago Board ,f Trade saturdllv m rect quotations from New York. The tors at Saturda v s meeting voted to iiu.-nil t 'he Western I mon and Vorth lelegrai h companies not to furnish the Chi rap) board with Duluth quotations until the board consents t furnah the Duluth board with quotations. Hither Water t Tpected T nn Kings l-nited states m charge of iLstncf warn, the- people to look n it is h ,rner water He 1 '.s between hero npr rts rbe P ,mte ndit on except at the here and materials levee have arrived w hi, h te. ts a this ur f has tn- n insnei tin? rhe and Ne i iein> ht urt r onr m d Prest nr! p, m f r rr tn there U _ n -tien. h Dropped Dead Church MA-fgnzu, O 4.prd --James H. Em- and amiuay .._ He was also trustee of Wittenbura roilege Cause of death, apoplexy S To Oppose the Opt Inn nill m rhar Mi h wtiPii he n ton h t j vimti t rhe half a no infnrmati from tb at  SDtxFviis s D Vprti apphca ion WAS ,e bef, re the L mted div ieasc t i M nn. n pieacb, sent n ed jf them a In theu. IpplKatl n th, aisled that th, v sTn LADIES! want an 6333 wl Comfort alilcshoe witli a heavy .sole, one that will 'ick Verr Sick. o April T-Jack Orook the i 'h bls ronm for the past RolIlnK Mill Boraed. rge com, Jn, mght 5; i! tills Seasull coining ui d.uly. The iimilm uridr-rwH.-ii- stwk is complete, also tlie linen stock the cotton stock and tLe wLite goods stock. By ".-orapleb-" we mean tbey have all the m this season's new the variety that tne best purchasing facilities m the country can brim' to- gether. The Winter stocks are of. ttnng great bargains. Ther- never was a time when yon could trade here uioiv advan- tageously. Adam, Meldrum dt Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, BoolufMd StatloiwrT, 306-402 MAIS STREET, BLKFALO Jf Y. C. C. Penfbld Manufacturer and Importer, MAIS ST. DEALSB IS pairol D Ann stron Pit tommn, Thev will please you _ SULLIVAN SON 21 3 Centre Street, Diamonds, Watchf-s and Jewelry, Leather A COMPLBm LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STHf MAIN STREET, OpooeilB Imqnon Hotel. LAMPCHIIVIIMEYS BREAK 'J GET THE WPONC SORT: THE Pi G H T ONES well insured. REWARD! when the are MniUT complied Viul.' J only by C by The e gmnuie EST4C i v mwm, i, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixture! SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK!   

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