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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, S. Y.. SV1URIMY. OCTOBER 18, 1890. NO. B REPRESENTATIVE DSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. i HEW BBXXNO XACHI2CE lor ruling A ail kinos of blanks u the latest nn.Unoo to be Mechanical Department ol Dunkirk Printing Company BB. emoBO. 2S3 anil "SB Central Are Artwoc Photographer m. AJ1 rni CBOCMM HOO8K. JOB General JTtiiuaule and retail dealer in t ported an hina, Gianaware, Ac f IHAO L, TJWTT Kates, per lay aad Boai-ding Stable w connection Victor Jtodfir, JBO and 337 Lion street. SOT BABBKB SHOP Hagle, Prop., tin like Shore Sattonal Bank, cornet Caatv and rnird rtreeB A floe Mock ronricB and _ MMTKLCf 90S. I3H venter street, Practical horM-tboera. Particular attention f to intartenng hones. "jUoemg romi i trutnng a specialty D .C'NKIKK BTBJH3U OBSEBVEB. In County Aa advertuiug meuiuin. CNK1KK CUUFAST 6 Boilers, Pulleyt etc. Patscrna b and Work w urtler FormeUT stllew 46 Pquple Janirfacturera o  anil -U Center street, Mmmfiu-Uirers jl Un omweU" and 'Daiimrk imrttci- flrnnr On aalo ta all leading laruiaiu ih clothing dry b in Lmnkirk. Dr TOUiKKI, 484 and UU Liun ssreol, Ueaierm alt. 1 tUy. I'D' iutep, eU- 1477 KIB HOTKL oil 1 sulu Ji Depot Easy access to all and aau aouaea. accomnluilatinuti aercial frafulere. JdinJ Murphy L ttiu d fur Cotu a co, 97 in i ft. Lu r-' oCrc'-u if me Jfuriature c, let aulaCfariog flcture fc rsuicn t If O. JtATTKSJOS A CO J? jut Centra ot ITtwllluu au t v. j ftt.mil STKAM itKATlNt. c.V aoolttcturera liuaun initory u Specialty L NEW ORLEANS EXCITED OVER THE ASSASSINATION OF CHIEF OF POUCE HENNESSY. A Hewn Carriar Mortally WoatuU AB- tonlo Scofflldi, One af Man ArrMtad In With MM of Band alt ol Tile SarrlwM. 1 T OJtE SIltAJi Our apfxjaltsea ITtne duirui, luc, oiioj-a c, Lace Curtains >rue Xleliv ry. A vV cuumunffti, Ceiicar dtrobl. TT B. OKll.H, Third aL, cor uf Uuifulu aud deaier in Fine WKUJ5K-S NBW STORE, 103 E Third at. Booku. alaQonerv, Musical In ever} thir g pertaining u> a Unit i was dooh store achuu. liuuta a mwuiaiw ot evcrv tud al liviu.; rateo b> Pri itxn.; Coinpanj 3 anil lu t. secunit it. colleci- NFW OP L PANS, Oct IS noon yester- day IbomnH Duffy a newspaper earner and broi her of lighter John Duffy, called at tue parish prison, and asked to see Antonio Sroffldi one of the prisoners ftrraffted in Conner tioii with the murder of Chief of r HmnesMV tar the purpose he said of ill itlfying him A keeper brounfl' bi ffidi in the corridor when quick as i i Duffy drew it revolver and the primmer in the neck mflu ting a mortal wound. Duffy wj.s irrested and Scoffidi was to the hospital At 1 SO vsterduy afternoon he was in the act of m iking a confession or dying declara- tion. At 2 o clock John Matr mga alias Car ambit, the leader of the llatringa faction, was arrested chargi d with being an to the murder of Chief Henneoay ThLs arrest was made on the few woriia contained m the unfinished confession of Scoffldi The excitement occasioned by the assas- sination of Chief of Police Hennessy was intensified by the shoo'ing of Antonio Scoffitii one of the suspects arreittd. Over forty arrests have been miile far in connection with the assassination chief ofniium arc Scoffldi ami Antonio Bognettn w 10 are directly charged with the shooting, and >hu VUtranga arraated as an accessory Bostitio Incardino one of the chit f sus- prc was om of the Matringa purty in the wj. 'im c h it w la claimc w us uptjn bv tht I fict on. 1 be e rub tlie irulo fir tion hue occ ipie 1 the itte itn n of tin police and the courts t f ht itv for vta. s U w the purpo e of the Provmzano fa. tion to r asj Chief Hcnnessy as in im- poi ant witness in their case with the Matranga fartnn Ihis fact and the chli f -i thorough knowledge of the inner work ugs of tbe t (.ret organization known as the Mai a HI re u oubt the eausts of he t il ct issued for Henuessv s death jrhii earned nit by chc i-ssashins on am. Hi.is K t m in aiming to Ije Rou- m n ans i runt! m ml" Seaih snid tl r sp u 1 ,t n r >ss the si eet from i I icf H nnt mil tu it bulb tbe t tintf K h nun lemed this nut aaid li v nea tnesn us Both were ail listed An t n lu -f pressing for ie i-tmil l tin i uised 11 ai un i LJ IK uoi Brush i us il D L ouill mij jrhu L in Duncan 11 iis n Inipcftor Bjncs. and miny Int is Ih unst the is so Ht- st t i it Hie lines-Demo i it ami h P i i ue v sterd iv morning h ui etll )ri il in, th it the 1 in be allowed to It-t i ire intl disc tlr 1113 il liiiunsii i i n as 13 000 >r JO >f lem IIM. in NIH Orlt ans whom re imona its best and heartily enotinc anil tiepiore the ter ibly tragedy 1 be remains of Chief Hennesfv laid in tatc in the cou ci1 ch imtier of eople them The fnneial whit h okpluc u f o clo k in the ifttrnoon us in l imen e 1'fii- all on; ittons the s att imi it the hreme i, uiiiitiiry, c p irt co it THE SYRACUSE FIRE Work Kninn H. VA> BCKEX SOS, Fire AcculentaaU beaeral Inaumnit Dia ars in and Luana. i'ar icular paid to me at property iig rena etc. Zla center at.. Jnd iloor VJO'HltUB-S FHAKMACI, central avenue dtauiquarusrs for Wall Paper Pi.ut. X Ceuusr street, afciaulacturer and dealer in LLii ieaa, liriulefl. Louara, rmnka.Wttipa, baililo Horse Govern ijloveg Mioeuaa ill ale ami j II 17 Toird xaaaiuoable Tailor iTenUumeii lln t oiuir advantage ui call on me tjuicuaatDk, eiae where. Fit. CAKS CO., SSS Liua uederal Uoiis famLcr duppuea, uil clotua, tiron te Ware. A apcci.il lyoi Sherwia Wituama Pa.titan 1 iuch OD blank-liookd, le t je-3 ail ilooe nt Dunkirk. Piinuiig' ii and lu ak Cur. TiurU and Uiiffulo uealer m eirinlle, ilarulu. ngging an Building stone. Call oa me .eforc buy u, your aide-walk._________________________ RISLKT T and 9 Kaat Front atreeu Wlaea. Laqaor store for f Use, HeKAl. Lion street, neai the tleput Sale, .uid Lirorv SUbli sta Mnjj by Uie day or ou reanoaabi terms. J. iiUTURD, JOI Ccutrol Ave. (L ueneral luaurance au Heal Axfcnu foe, -Late, Accident, Lave Stocfc frump- atuintiui. M buyui jnu sclliog lieal bstate.  -t nes IB doing well, hut will not be in A condition to be removed for some time Max Rawnheim of New York, who ia suffering from a badlv fractured ankle will not be able to be out for six or eight weeks HIH brother has arrived here Hose Swart? and Bridget Doyle, two of the victims of the fire will be buried to- day the former here and the latter at Mareellns The body of William B Har rop h us been t aktm to New York by his widow and mother Some of tne fneoda of  t to r UMi a purse for Henry the colored ator boy, and Toni Caimc! rhe actress heads the sub- scriptio i with J10 ftoeckei ran his itur until the fl imei actuallv began lick th suits md the whole was fihed with smoke More than twenty the bov a br Ihe i mi lues decide i upon a thorough im anil sej ar ice inquests will be held n tho o ises of all the persona killt i Tin in i icst in the riarrop was b 41111 vest r lav afternoon but was ad- journ il ui Ml Wednesday after a portion ot the testmjnv had been taken. The sheulf imi Histrict attornev were atten- tive listeners it tht hearing I he only oiitxif town witnesses examined were Antliom rTos ecke and C J '-prall both of New rk Ni tiling wis hi atjesicrtlu s he inn.; with ref-rence to the 01 of the tire WUKLY TRADE REVIEW. THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK IMPROVES, BUT MONLY IS STRINGENT KxportM Are and Trade of Stw Tark City El- cweds LfMt; by 15 Per Growing Demand for >f innfictured Iron at Tariff an In (rondn. NEW YORK Dun Co's weekly review of ti savs In ill rhrpef otis the busin outlook, impr jves and the 'J nine of t -so in- creases that nofwithstimili e the recent enounons im of fir i I tion nre E-p irts Inv hiiomt ren 'ill la-fCP and he 'oin r cct of an id an e In window gl ss md at bav innah trile la brisn. and ottoi re- ceipts i9 414 biles The increase m o itput of pig iron m Septemlnjr according to Tlie Ir n re- poic ind the week j out- put IT) .UW t ins was H8 per t en than a aiio There are mo e -al s of pig at Clevila ti aid all m nifi tureii iron is m ilemand. P H is a little we k bessemer not but the It piaiul for all manufactured iro and steel is still siroin ig stronger At Phil atklnhia the ste idmeKs in pic, is enctinr a_ though Eesserier is weak The nor irfhv fat t it New York is the gale of T nnessee inn Lm v or En bland andstricNo 1 foundry at ?lti Ji pet ton The tari f h sciused an jihance in prices of some k nils of gootls which w ih the r se resulting from part fa hire if i h s up the (jem ral level >f t r s n itenally less than 1 per tent on ill commoditii-s smci Oet 2 Bu full res o t issuing i call accord- to he indnichinl positions taken by aim. One prom nent repiesent iti-ve told be tuat he was agiinst the on and he w is persistently re s d to -tat n on the su )ject with the resident HL sa} s th tt he v is led to be from the pre ident s in innei that the atter wants to see in session jam it- -i m is af er the con elections Lmilxville Vot In It- Oct world 9 cham pionshin -enes between Louisville (A. 4_) u d Proi khn L.1 orened here yester- ind res ilted in a shut ont for IJOUIB- v 1'e The score n H E. I II 029 I BriokHn 1 Bati i on ftnrt Ryin Terry and I Clarke an 1 Diih I 1I11S H H B. Chli ujoPF) "92 Cm in i i P L I 0 I (I 0 Bnnerie and Bovle Rtnnes and Harrnin n Iv i 1 1 n H s. -i 1 n li (1 0 0 0 I 0 8 4 0 I 0 4 1 J II 9 lo 4 anilDonuhlc Zealand Kan-- -t Lfiui in Vxtjl Tugboat Colllsiou EW 'VouK. Oct 1 J) clock yea- erd ly afternoon the tutj lames Gar Held w's i an into off oier j E urt pr by ma AmosBu s jv IK Ir Id wia t-nt in two win to th bott nn within mnu 01 two u i r being struck Tiiere e nine men on board of hei luo of J hi Lj ens tirem in and Tohn steele a snip drowned. Th }ttiers were rescued with nrpat diffi the crews of the Bar-tow and >ther tngs which came to their assistance rhe Barst w waa badlj rtie Citi-euna Rubbers. I.VFLVVD Oct Press special fn in Lmi O '-IAS 3 oclotk yes- terd n mi nun.; i cans ot robbers were de- tected a N r.x n i' e -ate at Ohi City, alout twenty mil-s west of here on tl e Chicago and Eiie road. 4Jarm was given a id the ci izcns turned out to cap- tu e the m The robbers opened fire on I m 11 a bat e ensued dnrins which three men werek lied uid woun led. The IT is made their escape leaving ne of their n imber dead. Great excitem nt prevails YeHterday Nrw IOEK Oet Citj of Berlin from Liverpool IMPTTT Oct Vew iork QrTFNsrftwv Oct 18 Gallia and Germanic from New Oc-t. An wed Britannic from Liverpool Normannii from Harabunj nuMPTOi Oct 18 -The "tenmer Col- uml 1 1 i uu e Ihe j from "Sew "iorltinti ela '-I ours uul -Z minutes the beat i e tnl 'n r i n) bv hour- and eleven ininut s Tli s is eqil il t  Jhru o ii-s t i (vneenstowti Oct Trive from Bremen -VmMi l 1 im fiom A.meterdam. LONDON Oi t 18 Arrived out. Clt> of Chl- caico ir >rn "St Laveipool kintal" aftcnioon. TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE. There is no belter place to get the finest and rarest roses, shrutw. fruit anu ornamental trees. Dutch bulbs, flower for vour conservatory, etc, th.ui at TH. P VASDERMBULEK a. Eagle street near seventh. REWARD! WE will pay toe above for any em ot LiTerCompuunt, Dyapepoia, aick Heooachi Iidigmtlon, ConsBpaOon or (.ostiveneM oanaot wttt West's 7egeetble Uver Pills when the direcuoot ate strictly complied mtL Tlwy are purely V egexable. and never fan Sugar coated. boxes, eoatauimg 3O Piila. a cents. Beware of coon ert-itt, ami imiranona. THe genuine acinu aoarart only by JOHN C. A CO Sold by MOJrBOK'sPnanBacy, Uuukirk. V -j A Vetdict Rendered Wn MING rov, Del Oct 18 cor iner's mnuest on the twelve victims of the Dui onr powder explosion wia concluded vestenl afternoon -ifter i H verdict of deatii from an acci dent il explosion was adopted by d vote of T to 4 Ibi minority prepared a resolu tion recommending the authorities to pa.su such laws as would prevent the stor- of powder m dangerous quantities too near t.Le uinits of the city of ilminston CHAMBEES FEASEK, TAILORS. Boom Not 6, Grerman Ins. BTg. N. Y. New Tork s Muddle Oct. IS jocul irlv v ms un the New York city cen. sns is ollows Two and two make four, but these New 01 k would like to make out I vo and two make five which they in t do and thus the m itterstands, meaning that a census tnknn in Tnne can not be ired with another taken m 9f >tion Oit IS Barrett in be supreme court denied the motion made on tin part of the of the sec- ind on the es ate of Tohn 3lummer foi the anpo ntmeut of a re- er Ihe firm of John F Plu-nmer Co dry goo Is t'ealers made an assign- ment on March 19 last witl large habik ties and the holders of the second mort- applied lor the appointment of a re- cener with the purpose of hiving the ren mouev received from tne reai estate ap- plied to the interests on tne first mortgage md prevent foreclobuie The assignee opposed the motion Ihe decision wil cause the property to be sold at fore- closure _ A ISnld Robbery. C O.Oct 4L bold robbe: ok place atr Randolph north of this city Wednesday night. Thrpe masked men went to the resident e of a merchan named draaae I him from ber and took him to his store where the threatei ed his life and compelled him t open his safe and give over its contents, amoun ing to hundred dollars They then bound and their victim and taking his gold watch left. I Mrs. En Botite for >ew Turk Oct Jefferson Davis irrived in WasutBgtoa vesterdav slie re 11 etl but a. short time ana left 1 it r r> r New Yoriv, where -he goes to read piool i iitt ife of her husband To enjoy one s self thoroughly under all circuuslancBS, one must enjoy per> feet health Catarrh, a much prevailing ditease can be readily cured by usini Old Saul s Catarrh Cure PABEI.TS wiil get rest and the baby will be relieved from pain by -ising Dr Baby Syrup, a harmless bnt relia ble remedy Price 35 cents PrrTSBUBG, Oct The delegates fa the International Brotherhood of Loco- motive Engineers got down to work yea terJay moi ning. 1 he greater part of th proceedings, however were quiet Another Contribution fnr the Fond. Oct 18 conscience contribution of m an envelope, post- marked Boston, Mass has, been receww by Treasurer Huston and placed to t] crudit of the conscience fund. ww oumixuaimg a attvice aaiUreniaSt churcfc TWterday tie altar draperiea caught firs from a candle and a panic M sued. la the wild rush about of ohildrem were crushed trampled on, and some of them received fatal iajunes. There were about acrom panied by t1 eir mothers in the church at the time The women and children her ime panic strit ken and rushed pell me I to the I hose m front upon by those behind them and lost r heir foot- ing on the steps in front of the build mg where they wers trampled anon by the fleema m iltitu ie The arrival of the on- depaitment adtieti to the stampede and m a fen minutes lOOOfl people had gatherel m ihe neuhboihood. Tha flre w is quickly extinguished an i the police with much diffleulty rescued the wounded chiltlren The scene after the panic was over waa terrible T he stone steps at the entrance wen roveifd with bloc The carpets on the a ro' the church ind ajiny of the pews Mr i in up inrt th" looked as thr i bl 10 iy not had lakin place NEGRO FANATICISM Klllacl by ef Colori-d Pmohcr Be HU Incredulity. COU-MBH C Or Primus Tones, jobrei wits killed -nnday monnnj; at Sumter s f i.protru.tel meetins was being he'd by thenefrrcH sat Beula'i hurch and the if-e nest excitement prcrai'e 1 It was at first rei orte I that Tones had been offerel sacunie to the Hi h Ghost becj ISP of li tmret'uhn Deputy Cor oners. held an inquest at the chnr- h tlie icnv showt- 1 in a perfe r frpnyy of fanaticism Jones waa by Rev 4. H Dunnt the neijro pa.stor ind one Rirhird Tanipi ell a prom cunt member of thp church because the dec? sed Jad eTpresse 1 doubts about thesiptrni i- I powi r if Dur mt to kill and s -i to life md hat it was a tebt case bur oner are numbemd hev are scarce a >w, except as tows, nd upoo. Lake Micuijian where tJiiy re running in the lumber nod cedar rade Captain Wright thinks the cliooner'3 full m largely due to the ad- ent of large craft, aud especially lue whalebacka He says the whale- ark is a well behayed craft m heavj sea and is eompiraiively speafc ng, a cheap veasel Like all old sailors e would i athei see a ntieii m the lie )ougal craft though. They are, ac- o nil n ir to hie notions unlike anything o- the earth below the earth or above he earth and he thinks it would not be dolatry to worship them All of the Id timtrs, while they have faith in team, want a little sail to out with n case of a break-down Deotlt of Arthur Arthur Laacelles of Cordova, one of the oldest residents of the county died at bia borne on Tuesday night the effect of an injury m his ninety -sevemh year He was born in England on May 15, 1794, and had been a resident, of this county ever since he came to thin crun try He was an uncle of Arthur am Henry Lascelles m this city The funeral was beld yesterday at p m the Rev Mr Espy of Fredoni officiating The burial was m Fores Sill. Tbe follow ing letters remained uncalle form the TJ S postotfice, Dunkirk, N Y on Saturday, Oct 18 1890 Person calling for them will please say "adver twed Mr Thomas J Cox, Mr Fein Hanhn, Mr Frank Flaig or Bro Mr J W Gnffitb., G M. Kinniua Benjamin Holbrook, Miss Je Estelle' Hmman C M REED. P. A If Itrer Hanged. Lli Ot Fames was bin 21 the murder of Chirles Dec n Tunp laat 1 and a unconcerned mau Apparently the moHt u the to j of Morris RailroH 1 i roperty Burned LLDLOW Kr If V pt rti >n of tht shopaofthe( "i i ati Southern railway hen- i trstla au I KS.OOtl. Ihe fire from bonfln-s built by bos i ucar r e shops Rci ALBAST Oct 18 superintendeRt the banki iig dep irfment reports that resources of i he IV o inks and four mdm Inal bankers t this -scate on fcept. 27 aggregated ffij A Boy STKACTJSE S Y, Oct. M. Danny Bnman, tlie 10-yearoW son of Daniel Smnan of Hondom: fell from the deck of ais father s canal boat at Canastou aad was drowned. (Additional Te (graph c News onSrd page.) NELLIE BLY CAPI In all colors, only 45 cents. ladies' Hat and Bonnet Frames, NEW SYLES. lastunere Gloves, Infants' and Children's Cloakv Colored Crochet Cotton. Ladies' Heavy Jer- sey Ribbed Vests, only 25 cents. SPECIAL. ANNOUNCEMENT 58 More Biscuit Can be made with each pound of Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder than with the same quantity of any other pure cream of tartar powder. CLEVELAND BAKING PWTDEK Co.. 81 88 Fulton St, NEW YOBK. Afc.Ki.1 Mil Hmnn lo Su ry SMI It, f Salary mnnth and IK nstiH pnj t Vdrpnfl. with retonmccw, D. P Nuraeryronn. (jonoa, N t _ OTODOABT ft CO Attorneyt. 1) C.opn u a Patent flea Fatcnte, Caveata anil Bo Dunoi Trade Marks regiaternd. 111 rmin I condnclcOL (or modarau Fma. InformatioB, Axlvlcu nmt apuclol Mint on AS Ilom mmto by lisa M.IHHK Our Siuive HBrlw." diijs 'treatment (or fi IX) Kviiry bur flutxtefL For rnrthur paruculars atltlraj l.oner.il Stain UAjiHnKLr, AjcutB, Ouuuulaga, H. t A. wtohuH to announra to th4 in uenuml ami IK partus- ulnr. Hint hu hau purclumcil Uia buililinij ror- morly ori upiail by B IT Mullen. Bant llnrd utreet, ami luuilttml it in orrler ami 1% itll Ule help of Mr W A- Mltn- i Haw prepared Ul do flrnt- laM barlxirino; Tliaiikmir fiir pant ontroniiee, nollcit a unare o{ tJm future o A-fctTllBRB W our 6OO Ta- O raritun of choice N tmerj atnrk. Fall com paign Just opened, bent uilOcn. best terms, steady work, pay weekly We tee what we advertise. Addroon Chin hoiine u reliable BHOH Booheawr.S Y. MONTH can be Ui working tor UH I'ersonH prollrred who "-iin turnuill a hursu Anil give their whole time U) tiio bi prolltjibly emnlnyed nton A low va> am lea in mwn8 mil riuiyi 8. F Jolnmin A Cu 1UUM htnond Va. to Dry Goods and Carpets, We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored, tops, land and machine sewed. We :arry a complete line of NET- TLETON'SFine Shoes. If ou want a nice-fitting and itylish shoe, try a pair of this nake. You will like them. Our GENTS1 Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, m broad, medium, or narrow toe, is the best shoe for money that has ever been of fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convincet SULLIVAN SON 213 Centre Street -AND----- AJTERICAS BLOCK 396-402 Main Street, BUFFALO, 1 OCT. 22 23 The Secret of Snccf ss The propnetora of Monroe's Phar macy believe that the secret of succes IB perseverance Therefore they persis in keeping the finest line of perfumeries toilet coainelica, drags an chemirals on the market. They espec lally invite all persona who have palpi tation, short breath, weak or hungr spells, ram in aide or shoulder oppres ion nightmare dry cough, smothering dropsy or heart disease to try Dr Mile unequaled Sew Heart Cure before it loo late It has the largest sale of an similar remedy Fine book of test moniala free Dr Miles' Restorativ Nervine is unsurpassed for sleepless ness, headache, fits etc and it contains no opiates 1 HKtuke. Husbands too often permit wives, and parents their children to snfter from headache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleepless- ness, fits nervousness when by the use of Dr Miles Restorative Nervine such serious results could easily be prevented Druggists everywhere say it (fives uni veisal satisfaction, and has an immense sale Co., of Fort Wayne, Ind Snow Co of Syracuse. I N, Y J C Wolf Hillgdale Mich, and T, j n 11 hundreds of others say it is the great- Home-made Bread, KoJis, est seller Lhev ever knew" It contains i i_- no opiates Trial bottles and Ine book Cakes, Doughnuts, Cookies, on Nervous Diseases, free at Hoorue'a r _ i_ Pharmacy etc. for sale. Also open Wednesday Eve. at 309 CEHTEB STREET. Un- der the auspices of the Rector's Chapter of St. John's Episco- pal Church. AS TO THE FASHION" Some are barn fanfuonable, achieve fashwn, haxe faMm hrufk upon quoth Lamb, when lot tailor brought, a, new eoat with a. velvet collar and told lum body weari velvet now U is right to be m fashion if you can. It 11 almon M to be out ol f aahion, unless you are indifferent like oni Lamb, who aa a zeoius. could be so From us you can learn about newest fashions in dry m til s that pertains to ladies' wear, such, diess goods, cloaks, etc., in gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwearv etc and in draperies and tenor bouse decorations. The newest Fall and Winter are ready in all departments. A derfnl lot of attrartions tad fift j every band. If you want a dresx, here are faahioE-'lf able from the world's of fashion, choice goods and ba'itaini i: numerable. If you want a cloak, if you want carpet, if yoa want dry goods of say J kind, or a book (we musn't forget come to us and sec the S you can't come, wntc, and. what u fashionable in wearing m house and in literature. f Dont wait to have fashion throat upon you Ton can achieve fashion by trading here, and achieve it j We solicit correspondence about any- thug in oar line of business. Sampler are sent freely, queries answered ia- stantiy Contrary to the rale, you wltt find shopping with, us through tee a great success. Clam Chowder, Coffee, etc. served from 12 m. to 9 p m. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY GOODS AND CARPETS, AJTEBICA3 BLOCK. STREET- W7TAUO, S Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixture;   

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