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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 12, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               If ron.ro looking 8 for something real nice In the T line of fine stS Uonerr.it A to your bent in- feroit to call .on Tihe Dunkirk ITin'tlnjr kCom I We hate ST A TIO W R Y in every conceira ble dmrtsrn anil quality. Station E ry lor the ri( h, for the poor, for Jt the man in bu and for It he T esthetic VOL. XX. THE FAN-AMERICANS. REPRESENTATIVE USINESS BOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A KHUHa HAOHHOt for ruling A an of bkuka to toe latest audition 6> MMhantml of REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON GENERAL WELFARE RECEIVED. ArkltsMto. a. Aaaetiean Law. he Eaa- I. All Oawt, Where a Natton'e Mav Endaa- of the C.arts. t All mdM "Hard and .Soft Coal. toUettad. Free lota Central Aye. nstantaneous Sitters axoept for B1MUMI-JA11M IBVIHO, JTo- 1J pnetor. No. B. Seoond street, near But- _ MU. all alylea. Orders All work guaranteed. Lt pnetor. No. B. Seoond i talo street, bnnklrk. M. T. ate, Panphleu, ete..WiBd IB i AUwoi B HOOSB, KB Central Wholesale and retail dealer in Istponed and Domestic China. QlaMware, Ac. 1BAOTADUCA UTWT and II per day Boarding Stable In Victor In connection. ctor Blder, JMaadOT Lion street 1ITT BAKBKR (HOP V Chaa. Nagle, Prop- Coder Lake Shore National Bank, corner I TMrt stnets. A floe stock of and cljars. IS0 Center IUML botM-shoera. Particular attention (-V VM TKMIKO OBSERVEH. Largest Dally In tbe Connlr. An nailed adTertlsIng medium. of April 12. -The pan-Amer- conference bad under consideration yes- terday the report of tbe committee on general welfare. The full text of the report teai follows: Article 1-The republics of Northern, Cen- tral aid South America and Haytl hereby adept arbitration as a principle of American international law for tbe settlement of all difference., dfapntes or oontroyeraie. be- tween two or more them. Article 3- Arbitration shall be obligatory in all oootrorenias concerning diplomatic etiquette, boundaries, territories, indemni- ties, the right of navigation and tbe validity, construction and enforcement of treaties. S-Arbitration .hall be equally obligatory in all cases other than those men- tioned in the foregoing article, whatever may be their origin, nature, occasion, with ihe single exception mentioned in the next Allowing article, Articl. exception above referred to ihall be when in the opinion of a nation, Ita independence may be endangered by the re- suK of arbitration; for such nation arbitra- tion shall be national, but compulsory for the adversary power if required. Article All controversies or differences with tbe exception staled inarticlel whether pending or hereafter arising, shall be sub- mitted to arbitration. though they report of the conmtttee oa and reosived the report of MM osm- mlttee on arbitration. Hereafter cest- ferenoe will meet daily at 11 a. m. and oso- ttone iU session antfl p. m., m order conclude Its labors by the 18th inst., the day or starting on the trip through Ike A TELEGRAPH BILL. DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY, APRIL 12. 1890. WlEKLY TRADK REVIEW. OBEAT HOPEFULNE88 FELT IN MOST EVERY QUARTER. AL- It BallrMtss Im Washington from DlMrlaalnatlnf. KNOXMEKKIMO COUP ANT. Sellew A Popple. lurenal PulleyB. _ dangers, elo. Pattema, rorglugs, toorder. B i vfnNKniK aamT Co., aua, we and sal IJ Outer ttraet, Uanufaolnren of the 'Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" perfect fitting On sale in all leading tarnishing, and dry in Dunkirk. D. Dealer in and 4S6 Lion street. flour. Feed. -alt. Baled (lay, Phos- Established, 1877. L BIJC HOTm, and inning Saloon, Union El Depot Easy access to afl trains and bus- have originated m ante-datinr the preaent treaty. Arttole 8-No question shall be revived by virtue of thii treaty concerning which a agreemrat shall already hav. been readied. In webcam arbitration shall be naorted to only for the settlement of ques- tions concerning tbe validity, interpretation or enforcement of such agreements Article government may serve hi the capacity of arbitrator which maintains friendly relations with the nation upjxwed to tbe one selecting it. Tbe office of arbitrator may also be entrusted to tribunals of justice, to scientific bodies, to public officials or to private whether citizens or not of tbe state selecting them. Article court of arbitration may consist of one or more parsons. If one person be shall be .elected jointly by the nations concerned. If of several persons their selec- tion may be jointly made by the nations con- cerned. Should no choice be made, each na- tion claiming distinct interest in the question at iasue shall have the right to appoint one Wash., April la-Greatpresrore was brought to bear upon Governor Perry to have him veto the bill granting telegraph companies the privilege of constructing liues on all railroads in Washington. The gor- ernor, however, allowed the bill to become a law by lapse of time. The bill provides that telegraph companies shall receive, exchange and transmit each other's messages without delay or discrimination. All railroads are designated "post roads." Railway com- panies shall allow all telegraph and tele- phone companies equal privileges for tram- portatlon of men and material for construct- ing and repairing lines. Any railroad failing te comply with the law will be liable to suit for damages in a sum not less than or more than for each offense, and per day during thereof. Telegraph companies are placed under a pen- alty of not more than or less than for each offense. The effect of the bill is to prevent any com- pany from retaining exclusive privileges and to permit the Postal and Canadian Pacific Companies to construct lines on all railroads n Washington. John J. Murphy, Prop. E BUCKS 97 and MX Third ttnet. Hue furniture. Cabinet Wan and Up- nolatning. Picture Frames made to order. Cfl D. MATTK80N CO.. KOI Central Ave., leaders ol Fashion aad Gentlemen Outfitters. IIAJUELI. STEAM HKATIMO CO.. MaantaotnnrkAf Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. OHM STEAM LACNDKT. Our specialties: Ja; CnVs.ie.andl A W. Oman Fine Shirts, lOo; Collars. and Laee Curtains. Free Dehv ROKHM, E. Third St., cor. of Buffalo kUnnftteturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes HKHKT KVILEB'S NEW 8TORB, 106 K. Third it. Books, Stationery, Musical In- aud Weekly Papers, everything pertaining to a Ant book: Schoo. Books a spuclalty. FOB FHLN1TNO of every description and at lowest living by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second St. JB. VAN BDBBN SON, Fire Life, Accident and General Insnracoa. Deal- In Beal Cslate aad Pariicnlar attention paid to the care ol property collect- ing rents MS Center St.. Jnd floor. ff ONHOC-8 PBABMAGT. MO Contra) Avenue Headqnarten for Wall Paper Paint Oils, j. w. We, T) MHOI.nM. f. 11 Bait Thud atrmt. raanionahle Tailor. Gentlemen will and it to their advantage to call on me before purchasini Wewral Lead.Olls.PHnwr's ipnHes. Oil Cloths, Granite Warn. A apecial- tffSberwit. Williams PaiDtand Monroerange. RC1ONO. such as blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aad 10 B. Second St. MOLDKfHAVn, Cor. Third and Buffalo S in Granite, Marble, t fl Baildin< Stone. Call on me your side-walk. trfore and w bnylaf Riojnaoo, 7 and 9 East Front stnM. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. eeMiral Liquor Store lor Family CM. OBKKT MTtAT, Stabling by tale, reed and Livery Stable. tbe day or week on reasonable o AM omrOBD. Central Ave, (Up O and Beal Estate Agat. Krt-Llle, Accident, and Live Stool isS'SuEi Third st. ear. Deer. _______Meat Market. Fresh. Salt aad Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and Poultry. W JKWBLBT, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Wateh. Repairing a specialty, rrank rVstapf. at. ycrai. MOCKKB, Merehaat Tailor, lie Central Avenue ------shall con- sist of an even number of arbitrators, the na- tions concerned shall appoint an umpire who shall decide all questions upon which the arbitrators may disagree. If the nations interested fail to agree in tbe selec- tion of nu umpire, such umpire shall be selected by the arbitrator already appointed, Article appointment of an umpire and his acceptance shall take place before the arbitrators enter upon the hearing of the questions in dispute. H-The umpire shall not act as a member of the court, but his duties and power Khali be limited to decision of questions upon which the arbitrator shall be unable to agree. Article an arbitrator or an umpire be prevented from serving by reason at death, resignation or other cause, such arbitrator or umpire shall foe replaced by a substitute, to be selected in the same manner which the original arbitrator or umpire shall have been chosen. Article court shall hold its session at such place the parties Interested may agree upon, and in raw of disagreement o failure to name a place, the court itself ma determine the location. Article the court shall consist o several arbitrators a mnjority of the who number may act, notwithstanding the ab or withdrawal of the minority. I wch earn the majority shall continue In the performance of their duties until they aha have reached a final determination of the quwtlon submitted for their consideration. Article 15-Tbe decision of a majority o the whole number of arbitrators shall be (tea! both on the main and incident issues unless in the agreement to arbitrate it sba hav. been expressly provided that unanimit is essential. Article 16-The general expenses of arbi tration shall be paid in equa proportions by tie governments that are par ties thereto, but incurred by eithe party in the preparation of case shall be defrayed by It Individually. Article disputes arise the nations involved shall appoint of arbi tration in accordance with the oi the preceding articles. Only by tbe mutua and free consent of all such nations may these provirions be disregarded and court, of arbitration appointed under different ar- Article 18-ThJi treaty ib.U remain In force for twenty years from the date of the exchange of After theexpira tlon of this period it shall continue in opera Uon until one of the contracting parties shal have notified all the others of it, desire to terminate. In the event of such notice the treaty shall continue obligatory upon the party giving It for at least one year there- after, but the withdrawal of one-nation shal not invalidate tbe treaty with respect to the other nations concerned Article 19-Thto treaty shall be ratified by all tbe approving it according to their respective constitutional methods, and tbe ratifications shall be exchanged in tbe city of Washington on or before the first day of May, A. D. 1891. Any nation may accept this treaty and become a party thereto by signing a copy thereof and depositing the same with the government of the United whereupon the said government shall communicate this fact to the other contract- ing PREPARING TO ADJOURN. Tb. Fan-AsMrtoan N.arlni Conclusion of Ite Labors. WASHINOTON, April President Harri- son, accompanied by the members of his cabinet and tbe delegates to tbe pan- Amer- ican congress, reviewed tbe regular troops and national guard of the district on the afternoon. About soldiers pasted before ttepres- party aooompany- FKOrMSIONAL. T. BOLPB, M. D., Physician and Surgeon oaoover Lyuu's Dnur store. Calls maybe Mt at Lvon's. a great crowd of people to the president's At the conclusion of the review tbe pan- American delegates drove to the Arlington a pretmted to each country represented in the conf The pan-American ocnfereaoa yesterday ON A SANK EXPECTED. Cashier Karnsas u Allow His Boaks to Examined. April will probably a run on ton Long Wand City Savings bank to-day owing to a quarral that b in progress among officials. A number of servant and other small wen standing In front of the building all of but night In order to flrrt at tbe teller') coun- ter in the morning. Tbe trouble M Mixed by refusal of Cashier and Secretary Smedley to allow his books to be examined, a conrse In whirb he was upheld by a tie vote In the board of trustees. Vice President Appleton and Director JUvlnggton have slgned on this account. The claim is that something is wrong. President Gray, however, aays the difficulty purely a personal one, not affecting tbe bank. A meeting of directors and officials was held last night, at which a circular was agreed upon, to the effect that the institution la one of the soundest In the state and is ready to meet nil obligations. Clifton Races, CLIFTON, N. J., April 18-The weather was flne yesterday, track good, attendance very large. Results: First race, selling, mile: Slumber first, Vevay second, Lady Archer tnlrd; time, Second race, selling, 1 8-16 miles: Little Jake first, Monsoon second, Romance third' time, Third race, Columbia handicap, 11-16 miles- Grimakli first, Silleck second, Juggler third- time, Fourth race, Passalc County stake, 3-year- oWs, 15-16 mile: Kenwood King tiazem second, Mable Glenn third; time. Fifth race, 1 mile: Esau Brst, Ten Booker 8t John third; time, Sixth race, mile: America first, Savage   present, in addition to the popular fertlv- Itles, on the oraairfon of the addition of the new star to tbe Irish constellation, a banquet prrr'ded toT entertainment of .WO distinguished guotte. DIMATIBTIID LANDLORDS. Coeval with thte spirit of enterprise, the Irish landlords aittlng in convention at thib- lln are exhibiting a spirit of unrest and oppo- sition to the land policy of the government as praned In Mr. Balfpurt purchase bill. Not only does their denunciation of the measure declare MM belief of the convention that it is injurious to the Interest of the land- lords, but it with equal vehemence that it foils in any respect to relieve the ten- ant. from tbe hardship they claim to be laboring under. This declaration it siiigu- larly at variance with the contention of the Nationalists that the bill is designed to operate in the interest of the landlords 9c at HE Celebrated Downing Reclining Back Sleeping Conch is tak- ing the lead. It's a thing of beauty, and therefore a joy forev- er for any one who uses them. a word, they are perfection in every rerpect, and nothing wanting to make this the mort comfortable carriage in the market. Light-weight Ribbed Underw.-Rr for ladies and children, at 8c. 10c., 19c., 20c.( and 43c. Best Fast Black Hosiery, warranted not to crock or stain the feet. A new and full assortment enables us to givo you anything you want in hosiery. Some new stylos in Ladies' plain, solid and fancy striped Hosiery very cheap. Novelties in Men's and Boy's Flannelette Shirts at ;57c., 43c. 48c., 63c. A new line of Ladies' Fancy Tuckod Aprons at 15c., 23c. and 48c. Now line Ladies' and Misses' celebrated Ferris Corsets and Waists. Gentlemen's British and Lisle Hose at Ifi and 25c Boys' Waists at 23e. and 33c. Boys' Suspenders 9c., Collar, DC. Boys' Long Ribbed Black Hose, 9e. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT the claim of the ministry that the object of the measure Is to confer benefits upon the mrf Gladstone s scheme. In this view it would neom that tbe bill 1. declined to please nobody, and it. failure i> regarded a> a fore- gone conclusion. The Liberals are jubilant OTer tbe result of the election in the Carnarvon district of Wales. The narrow margin of twenty votes by which they secured the wat is not a par- ticularly well-defined ground for an ebulli- tion, but the fact that they have regained the seat; which they lost in 1885, renders their rejoicing excusable. A syndicate of English capitalists has been to establish an immense shop for the VOW is the time for pruming your trues, and LI soon it U) time lor llxmu your gardens parki ami lawns. Lai It be by an (ixpor lanced gardener, aud llion on.Hi for Vnnder meuleu Brother's, corner ricvunth streets. Next month wo g  New York Mate: J. C. Higgs, Nebon- ille; I. Church, North Oalway; J. F. Lewis, Jran; 1. R. Mitchell, South Erin, B. P. Venice. Mrs. Henry G. Parry, represented to Miss Garrison that it would be for her own good to forgive Justice Avery for sen ling her away, adding that 'it was owing to importu- nities of outside parties, who had made com- plaints. The minister added that the squire was worth nothing anyhow, and she might better settle it than to get nothing at all if she carried ihe case to court. Nancy agreed to settle. A written document was handed tar to sign. She says she signed It without knowing contents. MYSTERIOUS MURDER. Her A Woman of the World Found with Skull Crnnheri. HURLEY, Wis., April body of Lotto. Morgan was found in the rear of a saloon yesterday with a terrible gash over the right temple, evidently inflicted with an ax. She left the saloon of John Sullivan late Thursday night, going out by the back door, and was either struck down as A Bfurdenr Hanged. CHARLESTON, a C., April la Charles immons (colored) was hanged at Mount leasant yesterday for tbe murder of Otto Fisliang (white) Oct 16. He confessed his guilt. DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS YOU GET THE WRONiC SORT' Tl t RIGHT ONES- A R L T O P AND ARE GEO. A MACBETH PITTSBURGH PA behin I the saloon adjoining, or was enticed back again and afterwards murdered The affair is shrouded in mystery, there being not the slightest elue to the murderer. The derf could not have been committed for rob- bery, as her elegant diamond rings were still on her fingers and over was found in her dress pocket. The woman has lived in Hurley four years and was not considered a tough woman of her class___________________ Death .f Mlfflln Paul. Rra BANK, N. J., April Paul, founder of Sea Bright, died at bis home here yesterday of heart failure at the age of 76 years. He was very wealthy and owned a targe amount of property at this place, be- sides orange groves in Florida and muoh real estate at Weehawken, N. J. He was one of the original owners of the Caraden and Am- boy railroad, and was one of the first to run an engine from Philadelphia to Bordentown on that road. He was probably the oldest railroad man in New Jersey. He was a member of the Baptist church at Red Bank, and was also a local preacher in the church' He leaves a wife and three daughters. Granite Cutten Still Oat. BOSTON, April granite cutters and their employes in Quincy are still unable to agree as to wages and hours. The manufac- turers are willing to concede nine hours, but wish to pay only 38 centa per hour. The men demand 31 cents per hour. It is be- lieved that the men win finally win their point Hoston Breweries Sold. BOSTON, April Globe confirms the reported sale of the following Boston brew- eries to an English syndicate, at the figures named: Roessle, Boylston, 000; Suffolk, also the Stanley brew- ery of Lawrence at Tbe Mississippi Rising. NATCHIZ, Miss., April river row inches yesterday and is still rising Tbe levees from here to Vicksburg are conl sidendaafe. and Ives. Ives and Daly play this afternoon and the tourney at night with Schaefer and Slosson. If draws result they must be played off. An Invitation to Journnll.t. NEW YORK, April 12 -The president of the Association Delia .Stampa in Italia writes from Rome to the United Press New York, requesting that the attention of tho press, of America be called to an inter- esting event in Rome during the coming month of May. A series of fetes is being ar- ranged in connection with the exposition of locrl industries and the opening of the grand national racing meeting at which the Grand Prix de Rorao of francs will be com- peted for by horses from all countries. The Italian Press association will be pleased to take part, together with the European press generally, in a reunion with representative, of the principal American journals on that occasion. Eveiy facility will be afforded to the visiting journalists to observe and study all that may be of interest to them in Borne, and every possible courtesy will b. extended them. The address of the association is No 1 a Via Delia Missi ne, Rome. IMelared Unconstitutional. NEW TPRK, April IS.-A special dispatch to The Evening Post from Newcastle, Ind says: In the civil court here Judge Bundy virtually held section 18, of the new Austra- lian election law, to be unconstitutional Himon T. Powell entered suit some time ago to enjoin the payment by the country auditor of a bill for books and blanks required under this section of the law which was allowed by the board of county commissioners. The complaint was held good on demurrer, which practically settles the case in the lower court The case will be appealed as soon as finally settled here, it having been brought to test the law This is the first action on the law by any court in Indiana. N. 8. W. A number of engineers and skilled machinate have already been sent to Sydney to begin operations. The empress and her five children will accompany Emperor William of Germany on his visit to fhristlana in June. During the celebration of mass in thecathe- dral at BronkichewiU, Hungary, the edifice caught fire and was burned to the ground The congregation became panic stricken and choked the exists so that a large number of persons must have lost their lives, but for the presence of mind of villagers who rushed to their assistance, and set tbe nil-earn in motion Two persons were killed and several injured.' A SENSATIONAL SPEECH Attributing Fraud to Henry M. Stanley In RIs Explorations. BERLIN, April Heichard, in a lec- ture here last night, declared that Stanley before setting out on his journey in quest of Dr. Livingstone, learned the of that explorer from Arabs at Zanzibar and concealed his Information in order to enhance the importance of bis feat. The lecturer read a letter from Count Stel- laire whose son is the agent at Zanzibar of the Gorman East Africa company, in which the writer asserts that his son informed him that Stanley proposwt to Kmin that the tat- ter collect tbe forces found at the stations in Kiverondo, while he (Stanley) would bring th. steamers from Mombassa and join him. This junction formed, Stanley proposed to conquer Uganda and Unyoro and create 8 ALB-A tract ol land In Marion coun- ty, Florida, in the phosphate belt, l.arao r small quantltiie to suit ir.iruhasere. This section ie growing more mindly than any cith- er part of the etstc, mills and hotels are being built and railroads projected. A good money investment, ir, N. Y. ROOMS TO RENT In HID Merchants Bunk Dulldlng. Inquire of tf Jacob W irtner or Frank Mar. in CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of and equatorial dominion, of nitionof this service Bruin in recog- b. appointed ruler in the service of tbe British Bast Africa company at a prinosly salary. A Frontier CommlMlon. LOKDOK, April Portugese gov- commission, headed by eminent has sent Judge Mltcheirs NEW YORK, April 13.-The grand jury de- cided not to consider the grievance of Civil Justice Peter Mitchell against The Evening Post. They deemed it the proper course for Mr. Mitchell to first submit his grievance to a police magistrate and let it hav. the regu- lar course. Judge Mitchell said that he bad not yet made up his mind whether he would push the matter any further. Rub. Smith's Trial. WATNKSBOKO, Miss., April 12.-The trial of Rube Smith for train robbery was con- cluded yesterday. The arguments of counsel occupied until midnight hist night. If Smith is acquitted here he will be taken to Lamar county for trial on four indictments for rob- bery and grand larceny, criminal rccoi d. He has a long Oea. Frmnomt H.t 111. April ia-At Oea John C. Fremont's residence the rumor current that the general was ill b denied. A disastrous occurred at Muhlheim Germany, destroying fully one-half of the village and rendering several hundred people homeless. Solcld. and Attempted Wlf. Murder. PHILADELPHIA, April 12.-Herman Myers committed suicide last night after making two futile attempts to kill his wife, who had left him on account of ill-treatment The tragedy occurred at No. 300 Litbgow street, where Mrs. Myers was living. Myers was 28 years old and had no permanent residence. Escaped th. Gallows. COLCMBIA, S. C., April the colored boy who was to have been hanged yesterday for assaulting and murderina-Itssi Rosa Cannon, was reprieved until May 9 on the ground of dfccovery of .vidwo. te hb favor. Col. Machado, to meet tbe Transvaal dele- gates and deBnitely fix the frontier of the Delagoa region. Although the Delago rail- way was seized by Portugal as a pretext to nave the frontier flxed, it ta known that Prance will blockade of slave coast in order to prevent transportation of into Dahomey. Bombs a, LONDON, April 12.-A dispatch from 8t Petersburg to The Telegraph the recent rumors of an explosion of dynamite at Oat. schlna bad their origin in tbe discovery of a number of bombs, carefully packed in a boi for convenience in traveling, in lodgings of a strange young man. The man dis- appeared simultaneously with the discovery and has not sincj been seen. Another Htot M Vienna, VIENWA, April disorders which prevailed in the Jewish quarters a few days ago were renewed In the Favoriten quarter yesterday. The riot was of short duration, however, and was promptly quelled by police and a detachment of hussars. The mob was dispersed and a number of tbe ringlead- ers were arrested. BUCHAREST, April Telegraful that several of conspirators asso- ciated with Maj. PaniUa in attempt to amusinato Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria have confessed that M Stofanoff, presi- dent of the Bulgarian court of cassation was poisoned in Pans by Russian Favors the Land mil. LONDON, April l2.-The Earl of Derby, In a letter on the government Irian land pur- chase bill, argues that the opposition of to. is a strong argu- ment in Ite favor, based upon th. knowtodg, that wherever become owners agitation ceased. Qnlet BMtored at Valencia. VALBNCIA, April city has re- iined normal quietude. Th. of Carralbo and family took their depart- Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to sue him befoi d purchasing. ODR SPRING AND SUM- MER LINE OF Odd Tie: aii Slipper: railway station by troops. WE HAVE THEM IN PAT- ENT LEATHEK and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, P U STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, BUFFALO, N. Y. We have frequent requests by mail for samples of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the sample wanted. State whetWr edg- ings, insertions or flouticingH, also what width and! some idea of the price. We have a stock of em- broideries that is second to none in the country and su- perior to any in Buffalo. The money value we offer is simply unparalled. There are edgings from J of Charles" UD Inch to 18 lllcheH wide 111 cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of ma- terial. All-over embroideries great variety. Flouncinge in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at lOc, 12jc, 15cand 25c per yard. A HAH, MELnBUH A AMDEBaON. New goods for this season are coining in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By "complete" we mean they have all the new styles in this season's new the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring to- afether. The Winter stocks are of- fering great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Meldrum'4 Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, Rookaland Ktetlonerv, AMERICAN BLOCK. 190-402 MAJJf 8TBKET, BUFFALO, N. V. C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, BUFFAIX., It. DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goods, nr. KNGRA PINO, OOLD 4 S1L VKK ft. A A COMPLETE LINE Of HOLIDAY GOODS 804 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroqiuis Hotel. RE WARD I W. cure with Wort's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the an strictly oomplied Tjiey an purely Vegetable, and never (ail to give saUifaetlon. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, oootainlngja Beware of coun- and Tb. genuine by PHABMAcir. D kirk, N. T, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. IN SPA PERI NEWSPAPER!   

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