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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. APRIL B REPRESENTATIVE CJSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK ANFW BUUNO MACHINE for rulm, all kinds of blanks 11 the latest audition v he Mechanical Department of ALMOST COMPLETED. THE PAN AMERICAN CONGRESS READY TO ADJOURN LEXAICDER'SCoal and Wood Ceatral AvenuB, opposite Nickel Plau All im.de> ol llard and Soft Coal liombcr. ana Lath Free toliT Cormponilenoe tor wholesale lots r> K. OITFOKD. OS and 125 Central Are Artlatio Photographer Instantaneous Photographs of Babies a specially Sitters not wait for sunshine except for btbiea. IkOOK BINUKRV-JAMC8 IHVISO, Pro O prietor. No. 16 K Second street near Buf lalo street, Dunkirk. N. T. Mil Pamphlets, etc bound In all stylet, Or lerr promptly attended to All work guaranteed BDRCHEK'S CKOCKKKV UOVHE, SOS Central Arenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in loc ported and China, Ulaasware, Au riHABTAUytlA HOfbL, Hates, II per day. Lliery and Boatding Stable in connection Victor Eider, 3SS and 837 Lion street MTV BABBEK SHOP V> Cbas Nagle, Prop Under Lake Shore National Hank, cornei Center and Third A Due stock ol Foreign and Domestic cigara 10NBXIM SON, center street. Practical bone-nlioeia, Particular attention interfering hon-ja. Shoeing of roa u- trotting horsvi a apt malty. Bl.ln. rrM.au a Sub-tltut. for BcMlntlrat M General will rr.o.My Adjoorn "to- th. D.I.CM.. oo on Tb.lr D.y WASHIKOTOH, April 19 -Th. Pan Ameri can congress practically finished ite work yesterday, but will not formally .djourn unt, ItoKiaj .nd maj not 11 BILL DARNELL'S OPINION OF THE GOVERNMbNT'8 MEASURE until Monday Inleirlew Wllh all Iitl- of til0 I Iheral tcilnldeM Bill Only Pe.nlcl.w But Plan M Kok the Foreign Los DON, Api il 19 an nit, i view with a representative of the tinted 1 less an mtl report of the committee on interns- taw with United Stat adopted do- oreigner, an, entitled to enjo al vM .nuey accorded all the benefit, of said righte all that is eswntial M well u in the form pT procednr. and th. legal remedies incident thereto, absolutely in Ilk. gave that g, nth-man reasons foi opposing Balfrur's I mil pnchn.se bill He said that An Piun 11 consulned Jtii bidbillfiem ftlmotit even jxnt f vi" r batj but to a lun.'  of Liiginoe, Boiltro, Pullcvs iluiiKerH. ett. and Sine IIIDI Work to order. StlllCT CO., 20.1, 2O5 and Center street, Mauufactarers of the Cromwell' and 'Dunkirk" perfect Dress bhirts On sale in all leading furnishing, alothinft and dry houses ID Dunkirk. TOOMET. phates, etc and 130 Lion street. Dealer in t lour, teed, alt Haled Hay, Phon Established, 187? hRlE HOTEL .lining Saloon, Depot Kab} access to an trains and bus- ouees. ttcat accommodations for nercial Travelers John J Murphy, Prop ELAINE'S REMARKS Mr President I am v.rr happy to an thu interest of the tenant no i in many cases that i f the landlord hiinselt A second ice for attaining the object in view, tha confiscation of tlio tenants im provements and the pulling of the landlord s interest n, thut of iR aicount of the fact that rent i ontmues to be assessed, and the He-vly cli IM lemams' un amended will continue to assessed on ttinnis irnpic-vemtnt') Jt is now easy to uiidu stand whj it is that every attempt made by the In.h parU in parliament during the lost few years to amend the Hcaly clause aud thus tocairr out the original intention of the tlio act of 1831 has been obstmaWy leMsted year after vear by the number of vears In so far as th it oppoi tonit} has been av uled e< Wie chinch f md- are of course a leallty, for thev have taken the shape of actual cakh in hand Btrt n bo far an the opportumtv referred to has let slip by-and tho cases m whicl this has occui red are verv iiuuiei surplus depends upon the rvulantj t f the pavinents bv the landloids and their sue M sors and in this statement of flirts tbo proof of assertion that it agitation sh nld ever reMve, and if landlords should be largely rephced by tenants, tht chinch sur plus mav suddenly cease to ex st And sb< uld this ever happen the furthei result U that the Irish tnxpaj er 1 agum U c ill, d to the lescue, for it is prouded tbnt in UIP event of the church suiplLs filng the lost may Iw made good by nithhollnig the c n tributirm now gnen fr ni the nil' nil ex chiquer forediuji n u, 1 poor reh-t wb h would m-an ,n its tinn me i el f uither local taxatun to il, extent of the withholding of these impel ul grunts Uxpaiel nuy K u   ci they do not stnke 1890. WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. A SEASON OF EXTRAORDINARY SPEC- ULATION SETS IN NO. 56. howevei lead one to think diffwritW Denting tfcs Flouted or surlonnili, g town Del la arrived oo every trai ago teo ancj ml inu ith the IJenly nted s r Ksr, -v 1.1 BUCKS CO. Cj tfi anil TO if Tnird street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and (Jp- uolatering Picture Frames made to order HI D. MATTESO.N CO., 301 Central Loaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters i i ARKLI, STK.VH HKATI.NQ HanulaMnrers of Steam Heating Apparatus Samtarr Plumbing a Speoialty rroME STEAM Onr specialties Fme Shirta, loc Je, Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains Free Deliv ery A Cummings, 207 Center street rr R. OEUM, E Third st, oor of Buffalo Macufncturcr and dealer in Fine BooU 4 Shoes read each one the sentleman me (Mr Guatemala will read the Spanish text First that the principle of the conquest not during the continuance of tbe treatv of arbitration be recognized as ad missible under American public law Second that all cessions of territory made during the continuance of the ti eatv of ai bi tration shall void, 'f made under threats ,.Tur pretence of an armed force ihird, any nation from which such ces- sions shall be exacted may demand that the If made shall be sub- mitted to arbitration "Fourth any renunciation of th. arbitration, made tinier the named in the second ,e. tion ,hall be null and void Those conilitionnars under thleats or the presence of an armed foice may now make a short cut parlia mentanly I .Bill, the concurrence of the tenant s im proveinei n isy to propose a measure that I n ive U ne fd unilnlv the Irish landlord w Hi ut s at ,1Jst at least t, outi the pim.iplpsof j mtice If there n tlnnn else than this attempt to inflate tho i s of I be 11, din, 1, interest at the expanse if rights ot the tenants to stimulate tbn In upuu to cpposc the bill cause enough uld be louml to bring that Tho of the Irish tenants m tho IK .1 L n moiis u 111 never if they can P v lv I IP I 11 w nnv Iind pin base bill 10 ".....is l is, i, s i nnqu.tous mi at tempt Uull.en J., the pon t of of srunin.l ,i ,3 not onh not a measure foi settling the laml qurstun and rtmnvmg the c nsis of inn 11 n, and but nlso a the tITt, t will bo tin cli, adviinc-d foi tho purchase of if so he is made li dltions hUly to make. ImL litv a able leahtv Mi piete its that he w under nc real I.ahl n bv vn UP of tins scheme But his pi r SIM ion i his point me the pp, fee turn ol aud i  1 i 1 V. TURF EVENTS Rnuncn ul KllrabotH NEW Apnl WM a fan IMI, ,it the Hizabeth liack rdav 'he i i hei was pliaaaatand Ihe tiatk fast n s, Its Int'i IB f mile Forlham Hist It Jilniscconl Lisnnonj third time 1 H4 nd rue hand, ap miles Eii n ,f itraoi.lin u speHiilatlon hat 'tin .oiisid, latlous tbej! ulna, liny and te of Ihe PHimwins: ntennpn not pn es f hasttlMi oiieeiihIU of 1 put c we- k ,md ,enl in thre. nee s tule win, h lume of I Ibn t nice fll st Lotl' 1 Butjnstheiewthinib consists of rnor. than suitin tnl 1 I, i Jnectly II tie lull ns sthire i jxT-uit b Idpr honorable and "un 'W PU' rie the right Mr QumUna, move that th juine whom wo tenant thu tenant those originally reported from the It mvohes also the question of in thu naticnal sentiment of Irelin 1 bye ,ice In, to that eountrj a sub. ulimite parb im nt and an executive for tho mint ot affairs Now let th. Umom t issump tion be granted thai In 1 in 1 is not Consideiing the historv n, t Ire- laud but >f all romthince the Meadow stakes 94 mile lliniB Samaria second Bilm'athnd time 1 us I irth mile ftolden Rod liisl Cai t UII se end n-eoia third tune I I-C, Suth 1 mile 11 if. Minutt swond IJM tluid n a to, ks hav.i ilso and "reportt, uw inflnencod rnthei b> 1 g are tlian bj isinesi t, uisa to.1 are nmf umly M the same time there ii uitmiiMl [Mine, nf nil H( M'r last jear in the busl i nimai led Tl.k ttllKAl BOOM "U heat was st-ai t iijiward bv rap u ts of u mjuu m w.ntoi wUeatstates whuhhaxe itli nlit iimnurn 1 and the p, hoi, inn cj 7 of h 7 cents-has been 'hin the pu.t U New Yo, k sales be M m j bushel' we kstmnsjiciious.m moid, but "ithonlv moileiate do ilnigs and u leascm ilwoverable Torn 1 n, swnpith) jy cents lutton ban liscn a u.ia lias ad and oats ter of a tun lith nntnualities iliithitve been Minilnlv cncun stano. 1 moie natuial than that the I ,sh ten ,nt- and I the Irish rate pavei-s t ike it mt, th ir heads even if ihey vrc.e abl, to r iv tl it it wouHbHugooitLmer tostnkp in oni I K attain then oolitnal end-, aga us would regard as an men altogether the nirwt ci way of rising i 'hi t thcv It 1 be t und the sifest ,i, msni ,a ion li ue t had present ,i t, them for tbn Imiono c, yet hud a dn ect impe-ial tax uirc'm-''- countrj at which to LVPII if a tiou of th length of refu ing to pav till and rifles of the poh. o an 1 11: tlemphlft Mrirrim Peun Vnnl 19-First i vei tercl iv j bn sheman flr.t Juli Magte second d Or thud time feeronil mce nnla Tom Stevens im. h-ioi, noxi ury second lk.inilwortli tblld tllnt 1 >S S mile Du'ide- first Chliae u rtiii I tune 'e Bonnie King mat ml third, time so, o 11 R r )iu th, t M juuUim thud first Chllhow: time J 50 The Chinaman on the Anil 19 -Secretary Win iwot the hum domh-usdiie t 1 tlmt ih- m man Tiluwnsoi -halndw it Ni isn.n full. mil ilio Ta n all wnl t letmn ti resolutions were then adopted and tho his auu H1U conference adjourned, to mnet nt 11 a m to- day The conference ill close Its labors to- day in time to permit the members to start ontheli proposed southern tour late to-night THE DAY IN CONGRESS tloned 1 he AsLlxm, iand at a [1 Third st. Booka, Musical In fttrumenu Magazi-efl uudWceklj Fapers and every g pertaining lo a first class book store. Schoo. a JOB PKJSTU.O of every description and at lowdat living rates b) Du ikirk Priutmg 8 and 10 L second St JH. BCREV SON, Fire Life, Accident and General Insurance Deal- era in Heal and Lonnt, attention paid to Hit c ire of property collect- Ing rente 4o 219 Center at ,4ml floor VI ONKOES 900 Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Faint .Oils, Ao, FCRKDiS, J TT., M9 teuler street, and dealer in liiiffal.) Kobe Horsf Covers irlovee M.ttenaandSleigh Uobes if flist nien- ut tenant will have re lucti n of his piesent lent, of spent mg 49 per cent wheMosMleBu in ten mt under Mr lalfoin speniliai Hill for the fir-t five years li ,ld hi Ian 1 nt a induction of cent ami the ,M tenant II If pi bwi'1 c uthci the ol 1 i n n it imic In c 1 or i lm.sl merely J Lvp.nf apiipntionof tli m we tonUthp c n, t- I l.trs ap peaiefiatthen dnorsttps to enl i thcpii inent of the tar, the obMous o ,11 be the disorganization Of Inshso the douilmgor tieblmg ,f the mil tin I re. stationed in Iielnnd n d a t c MI incieose in the cost of impeiml exp ud t nissi n thing will beuusinhrl Plumb and Dolph to allow the bill to be c-oo Mr D0jph thought the fair bill would con The so st linl qn, turn woull be re-opened itshrud Hie dia tb it oul 1 be mend ll in tine In tbe ginduil tttinct, n of the 8CHOLTKS. t 17 EMI Third slreol. Fashionable Tailor. Ueutlemen will And it tc tneir advantage to call on me before parchasln elsewhere PH. CABT CO., Sis Lion street. Gi'neral Hani ware, White Oil cloths, Grac te Ware. A specia ilbams Monroe range f> VUNG. as blank-books, lodgers, an all kinds oi blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, s and 10 E Second st. RUDOLPH MOLUKNUAUEB, Cor Third and Buffalo S Dealer ID Granite, Marble I vging and Bmldine btonc. Call on mo IM 5uTlnu your side-walk JSLEY 7 and 9 I ast From street. Whirtky. W ines Brandies. Liquor dtore for Family Cse IlOBEKT M'HAV. JV Lion atreol, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, teed and Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. SAM J. OIFFORD, 301 Central Ave general Insurance and iieal EBtate Agent. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Slock Insurance. Prompt attention jtiv an to buying and sailing Keal fcstaie. MI C. JONES, I 74 E Third it-, oor Deer Bioeltior Meal Market Fresh, Salt anc Smoked Meats, Laid, snusages, Oysters and Poultry. W ATCUKS. JEWELKt, Bii) the Aurora Kaiu-oad Watch Kcpainne a specialty Frank f Stapl, E Tbird at. rif. UOCKEK, Merchant Tailor. lit Central Avenue PROFESSIONAL. T. BOLPH, U D Physician and Surgeon Lyvii's Store Besi lence. Central Avenue Telephone No 9 Calls may be laf t at Lvon's. al of it there would be a good man able on the situation and d ,K to In, k so plnl l 1NM, the only >ne 11, it i Lrreat Butaiu ns well tn n i met tci Ln.mla be totUallt .tin f H, mtei stales di tr, "t n vl rsuch action as he uiay th nl FmlH tn Stwrt Motttl ,v Apnl lO-Enm Pasha mil his i, mil stair tretn BusBmovo f i theintk.il r .n M nduy The Ge, man cjinpanv intuids Hi tonstiiKti n in South a t to tl e p, n ihei it 1 1 h e ij ,IK sU u to e to lielan 1 GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS LONDJS hl-Jh. proiiiinentlj I lie topi, jf is still tha oute ST ei ii Reply from Mr pHr, M ninec m n tie, hUmthM, thnit tin f" n Hi. t, vv istied at centoivil s f 1 bales lecc-ipta aii'l slnpimiih both falling mu onr trees and It Alll ho lime for jullrgantuis, niKHHiid luniiH I ctil Iwdunu liy an exiier- euc ,1 gaidinei in d III, n tall fur Vnmler- ueiiien Hnilici coin, rl agio uml SBicntli Next month no get Hie IInest and rarest roses n hundredii lunetiou fu.m ccpinjf fur funuinl plan and ninny new 'nubs mid nets oidcrti, mu of them which V ll III 6tll so i litlap that >ou must buj souia of btrnnit lllldlr but lull iimi Phil, intliepoods ra-iikpt no un M it i se u iindeiiwtutions PI p. ed han of taiifTm. pal tly n.utra 1 tins k Iv a decision against tho the Cottoi nnnufn t IK I not tlnhe tbe belter for e the mntoi ml, with (foods... ID pi ice and print only j -I L, f I Ws Hie b-iot m, si, w mdnstrv is cleaih II" unit, an I h, les both -imlnllnnn and m mure act vo dimuind sink s in unuy citu IIM. all. i untste I nil buil i ations I art TI u, lhat 11 I-1" is "Iready at) ed mifnvor ally aul also the ion tonti end moie t'mi is eeiuinllj expected tho de niiilwr bueUaiid all olhoi build nmnlfoi Ihe i SO IS IKOY imn business shows no Improvement Usol SmtbeiiiNo 1 at J17 heieaio O I Tth b s I'lilenlOf- II Lin fie lesuea seourod All I'aujnl liusliioas mini icd fo, und bp inoduutL I-COB ri on ruquuat tl) who L in furnish a li, ise ,nd Bue iliur'whule in town. ibl> jKo A lew .ndciues 11 1 JOHNSON 1U Kiclunind Va. A HiiTlTii to Ii UM cant, hulk steaniei 'S f, 1 OUl iiiluned (tit. OB s ii L In.i bmldiiiK lote, IKivlM o 1 e, pn, IstiMl Inuilli Mrill lliuin, lulu III oticel N. Y. We have frequent by mail for samples of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, bat we beg to auk for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edg- ings, insertions or flouncings, also what width and some idea of the price. We have a stock of em- II I 'OK SA I 1 A tra, I of land In Marion roun I I i n idu m UID phoDphaio ben Lurxc 'rhiuull illiniums to nun puiehuscrs lliia -til HIIU m nc nini.llj than an} mil -i pin I illho.-luic nn In mid hotels are b, nut mill mil ilroiils liioj.i u. I A good mom y nikniK linestmeit Umr ua Mann :'nit, UoelHBt, i, N V y l.lin Book ROOlllTRENT 1JJ111U( t th, n Hi. not u ruiii.ll m louh.t, r to i h 1 I Thf World (01 l Hh _ itut nt ii llv that Mi ISJ tllB I h Is vuie ntiiinid m mi fllllt 1 111 IlbC n 1 j cinlea and the Kpneral opim >n is that t mpasuip nhile fn satisfaction ,s m ich fl i1B th in m preMous mi i tun! lf h rhaiaoi in m ,nv m, J hi tulnu dutetheii n, m tl ditiesotibpiiitsaiul btei f.imtiu hi, f m mcwt i itul 1 JlLtic n to the bill mid tht points an, ihe basis of publn cnlu.sm Mi Laboiichcie in !m ban ten ed t capitalists ip n ensue rs a mid 11. m, i ail Mr Balfour m sboi t bv bis bill clewed negative were all Republican The doors were reopened at 5 o clock and the following hilb from the calendar were passed Appropriating for a pubh, building at HawhiH Mass vide mil pro- ihe fjiarlual tianfcfer of the propuh of the hindloi 1s to the tenants puts l' of TTOJ IN THE HOUSE. WAsmifOTOH, April 19 rose to a question and pred ct.d tint to tbe a icntiL boomerang J he leaelint; brew is am a ready a tne m pi. teetm, th ir intends an a meeting of tb, onnei-sof thdaigisti fthe5 establish nenti has been called tc, M i next to consider the nuttei of off.line sitiou to such of the oi governments Mhtrae as allect them Th >n that the mcieasc duti imposed in IVS'I is removed is, b to be an imitate- tnent of the fact Instead of it, be me le -1C shall be devotedCtirioMrmsrtrfl 'of ,mpina purposes Tbe tistille, s prof the utn o. mtllffeience to the change in the t e spirits, declaring that tlie mcieasoU t anv furthe, increase of mu t 1 j tlie consumor and not upon thorns I s 0 other word, thar the in, ico.-e will l 0 ,r by the addition of watei to thru stoel- bv the retailers This being the ml nil remains to be how anrt t ,mt pomtof .li'tition the bibulous n ,u mithisuhiskj to be Jiaterel Oh, 1 tothebut t offered bv Ian, Hit, tl i n h Mr btxton is, that it is un luh snulo sjs: 'Use sur-' worse then th- first The state ot things which will he brourht this bill if ,t should un- silleh if the Bi claims, had denounced the bill as o Mr Thorn., h. thought that he could wZl ot provethe dislovalty of a numberof claimants had brought the bill befon the hou l and the bouse insisted upon its amendment landlords is, for instance that of tlie county lates, struck Ijthegian.' especially foi the piirpov In ol t, ,1 should any number of tenants in 1111 pauiculai district taking th. District The honso then went into committee of the hole on the private calendar i The court of claims bill to boar the mo-t nd, ulou, feature t n i i >k an is that chief exist it is a security of the sato, v benc cunip, n assume crjllij ni lit mrt Adjourned surplus of pay the landlords h a, t was the land lords mi" an npportunin of re leem- lagthetillie lent cLuiga within a certain THJE WRONG SORT; THE RIGHT ONES iiLM'pEARL TOP AND IRE Made only by GEO. A, M4CBETH A, CO., PITTSBURGH, PA, Empeior W illmm 1 as, dc nate 1 tne sum of his piuale pui-ve to the Creiman htspitil at Zanx 1 a, Mnj >Vis.smauii has, sent iaj L elicit back to lierlm to rejwrt the t the former's work in Eait 4-frif to the y, ment Mfl] Jjebert is nnotti pi of t y nerai staff and a year ago ms a iopie sentatneof the impel i 1 c Jlm fur East Afi lea, to go to Zii.ab.tr diiection of the organization and of expedition and to any supplemen ai i expo lition thit mi lit be deemed nectw.so.rv It is undeistoo.1 that his report will be submitted to the reichstag al- most immediately after the reassembling of that bodv as idence of ths complete justl flcatlon of the and as convincing i-ea on why it should receive full legislative sanction and support Striken, Fighting Ihe Police VIEVNA Id -The .inkers at Prague have become mUnselv viulent and have had I frequent collisions the police Many of the rtotei-a have been arrested. THE MARKETS V then, nt rJ.isaie Iniir ml i 1 jn In the Mcichnnb) Dank Building Inqmto.of Winner or Frank May dull ,i nut uml less t it w stnu.d tlmt oulj flrm uf -Hfht more Vew Money llaikcr nt Money do p] at 1 pe, Ic u t rat f th dwv Tli c o el stoal, lit il SI 4 t i If ii in I l.iv rn, nts cloud quiet eurre e up 1 l Pi IflL r u I r id In HI t t M I t s fjr GO la> 3, ai s til INrilUOIt KKPOKTS Substantially nil the repot f, om it K s (rn ,m n ,111 m of f bu At P .m m.proieinent con inner nlul tu. tut, At lil   inter ,'SO do snrmt; ,rt fine winter ,1 ,pM e No winter 5, j I S-i Indus 'in ill c4 for i southern nonr In mo.erate demand and family pxtnu, J3 abl. l en nt inui J3 03 ctivt ln and trad uuu trau ing at timiw as heavy In the early deal liifH th mar rt seein-d lo h.ve spec.al supuon fromrh, ieo II hinwn p" to bu rhiaiuh brol ei- in aie made and ht Paul, that tho h. lp farmers and seeding u, going MOVFY ULIET AVD TAS1 It is especially notewoithy that therein no Berious inonetnn pressure anjwbere Money is quiet and easy at Boston, with (nmireii lal impel at 5 to 5'4 per cent easier at a aud steady with plentiful auppliis at Chicago, St Lotus Milwaukee andOinnhi Clovelaud and only re- poi s me losenest This state of facts and the goiwial in collectiow deserve at ti tnncnhen lartjor jQvercoats ani Tronseriiigs to any in the city, and at pi ices that will pay >ou tost'e himhefoid purchasing. pp He, e the rate on call h-u-, n on, ongreas 11, suppl.es Strong o IIP filed from n.lcico at I, u advamo bpot luis losed stron-' nol pot luis losed stron-' or N j red i, mer So a d mierraded rrrt Wft fairly a live Si ot lots I red 4 flrm ier Fp UA1-, its I ion. flrm and higher hgh r oji-a No 1 d I c No 1 mizrt Spo, 'I Ilr T-i BM r PUR Dull mess. for new I s 11 v u t rn crm 1 u UK, tub ,f H si- I> tl inu ste id N, w i I 11 wtqtern flat 10 V tht ste Iv fi u Jo Uc It chetUar llr t St ady So I uird s, Winwr rerl 11 0 J extll Bints B-j. uMtr WHS Ne, e-orn So 3 N >e low 3Sc f 7 oiejgn sxc uange 'rom thetieasiny Iwj nevprthcless taken 000 m of dubursT mtnts but tlie sum than it put out the pre- vious week Fxporta of p.odncts in March appear to have mcrtased fully per cent over last vea, and p, obahly exceeded im IHjits by 000 000 lmt thus fai m April SLpoitslinefillpnal'cul It per cent below nn rk W'Ule an mci.nse uf u pe, cent It u probable 11 n e, tint some Tc i eign bnj ine of secun ties h Is led of 1 tc "ihe buMUPs, (iiluin lining UK-liu.t seven clays niinilx, loi I', ,yj feu Lana 11 tot.ii JOIhlst an i the last f c i tl c n lust icai tin H in i States an M M i C a iei i OUR SPRING AND 8LM- MER LINE OP Ties d Slipper: and previous to of m tne Duited Tim Unon-V ROSTOV l u bafkei of h P li.m, ihe i OR has waved a fl, ton broideries that is second to none in the country and su- perior to any in Buffalo. Ihe money value we offer ia simply uuparalled. There are edgings from i of an inch to 18 inches wide in 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 in great variety. Flouncing in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, lOc, 15cand 25c per yard. ADAM. MELDBDV A AHOBMOIT. New goods for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock ia 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 all the variety that the best purchasing facilities m the country can brine to- gether. The Winter stocks are of- fering great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Meldrum'A Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, AMIBICAK BLOCK, 396-4O2 MAIN BTRKST, BL'PPALO. N V. C. G Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, MM MAIM ST., 
                            

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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