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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1890. NO. (.vr. B HEP KESENTA TIVE CJSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. KtTLmO 1I-VCHINE lor ruling all tincie nl lilanlCB in the latest uulitlon uj he Mechanical Department oi Dunkirk Printing Company, D B- OIFFOKD, 223 nod 225 Central Are. D. Artuuc Photographer bintantaneona Photograph! at Babies a .slttcrn not watt for iimahine except Tor BOOK IKVT.TO. I'n> pnetor. No. Id K. deoond mreel. near Buf- falo street, Dunkirk, T. UUKIMUICM, Sin- uc, Pamphlets, otc., urmoil m ail Htytes. promptly utUnUeil Co. 4J1 wo BCHtiHKK'S UOCHE, Centra! iron lie. 'Tnoiesale anil retail dealer in I z portott and >omeenc China. Ac. HOTEL, Rates. per day. and Boarding Stable m uuunuctiun. Victor Killer. anil 3S7 Lion .renu irrr BAKBBR SHOP V> Chan. Nagle, Prop.. Under Lake Shore Notional Bunk, curnei Ceaur and Third atretita. A line ot foreign and Domestic i.igara. f EVKNENO OB4KRVKR. Ljtrveat Dally ia the Connty. Aja unequalled advertuiag medium. DUNKIRK EJKJrNEERUCO COMPANY. ifonpeiiy .Sellew of Engines, Boilers, Shafting Handera, etc. Patterns, Forgmga, Cauunga, and Machine Work to order. f SHIBT to., 'OX, and 2 LX Center street, Muiiufacmreni at the 'Cromwell" :md "Dunkirk" perfect iluiUK DrflBB Sliirta. on aalo in all leading turmuhiUK. Nothing and itry gooda tiututea in Dunkirk. DF. TOOMEY, 4S4 and 436 LHMI nircot, Dealer in Klour. Feed, alt. BalecJ Hay. ftioa- etc. ERIK HOTEL ana ummK Saloon, Union Depot. Baiiy to all trains and btia- inems aouaea. Beat accommodations for Uom- nercial Travelers. John J. Murphy. Prop. ti HLEIW A CO.. Cj 'n and 'W E. Third street- Fine Furniture. Cabinet Ware and Up- aulalurmg. IVcture Frames made to onter. 171 D. MATTBSON A CO.. :S01 Central A.ve.. Leaders of Fashion and Irentleinen Outfitters. ti UEATTNO CO.. onulaciurors oi Stoam HeiiLing Apparatua, nuiutry Plumbing' a i joaca UL specmlLies: Fine Shirts, lOc; Cullurs. ic; Cuffs, 4ct unit Lace Curtauia. Oeliv- A CiimmnnfB, '2aft Cunter ilreei. K, Thml St., cor. of Buffalo tinii dealer in Flue Boota A dho WKILIEB'S STEW STOIUC, 103 E. Thirfl it. Books. Stationery, Mtimcal and Weekly Papers, ererytbn'g pertammg u> it Qrst UIUBS book uare. Schcoi Uooks a apdcmltv. JOB wvory ileacriptiunanU at lowest living mtea by Dunkirk Pnntint; Coinpauv, 3 ,ind 10 ii. fecund 5t. Ja. VAN B1IEEN Jt SON, Life. Accident anil General Iiiburucoe, Ueul> am ;n Eeal Eataie and LUHIIIL iUenUun paid Co tliecAreoJ iiroperty i-i rente Ac. 219 Center at., iml VI ONROK'S PHARMACY, MO Central Avenue lor Wall Paper Pamt Ulls. J. W., Center street, ILtnulacU'.rer ami dealer in Harness, SaiUllea, Hndlea, Coilara. Whips, BiiiTalo Uohes, Horse Covers (aluveji Mitiooa ami a leigh 17 17 East Third street, Paabionuble Tailor. Gentlemen find it to tiieir advantage to tiailon me before purchasing I) B. OAKY J2 CO., 333 Liun streeU Hardware, WhiUi dup piles. Oil ClotiiB, Uramte Wore. A special ty Williama iloiiroeranffe [J. such as blank-boolu, ledgers, and all kinds of olauks done at Dunkirk Printing Compi.ay, ,S and 10 B. Second at Car. TUirn ami Buffalo Dernier in Granite, Marble, anu SmUiing Stone. Call on me -aiore iniyini your dide-waik. RLSLKY CO.. 7 anil 9 Kaat Front atreat. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store for Family OBEKT Mcit-VY. street, near the depoL Bimniinc, Sale, aail Livery Slable. viiiujj by the day or week OB reasonable J. UIFIXJKD, 301 Central ATB. lUt T General LnmirajiGC anil Heal Batat. As't-uu Fire, Lilo, Acculent, and Live Stock LoBtirance. Promp? attention pivsn to s.aa seUmff lieal Estate. O BISHOP. Aiu.rucys ami Central Avenue. 'I' O. JOSES. I 75 E. Thirrt at., oor. ueer. Kn-elBKir Meal Market. Fresh, Sail anu dmutetl Meats, Lixrt, Oysters an- Poultry. ATCUKS. Buy the Aurora Railroad Wutch. Repairing a speclaltv. Prank f. StauJ. S3 K. Ttiirrt at. Merchant Tailor, J18 Central Ayenue TAKE NOTICE. TH.T VAXDKRMFULEX luia m tuagrr-en liinuta rtir. Tth street, a line lot i> pl.tnu cut flowers. AJ1 kind o fruit and ornanifniat trees, shmbs. rost'3. I -JS per cent, cht-api-r tlrst-olass ihan yrtu rjin buy them ELYS CATARRH Cream Bairn Pain and H. tilt- Snics. the nHeM of Xante and Smell. TR1 THt t'UHf A. particle IB applied into each nostril aud in agreeable. Price iu cents at Drnggiate; by malt regiBtaredJOcta, ELY BROTHERS.56 Warren SOM. New Teak. -FEVER PARS ELL IS STILL O IT. PLAYINQ A WINNINQ QAMB. ANOTHER STORMY MEETING NATIONALIST MEMBERS. OF Mr. Solan's ITntlon rostpoim Action Wr. O'Connor lilvism Mr. Parnell to Wlthilrsiw Tltn .11 r. Itarry aii.l foi Trym rnflnencu tile mm ii-au A last meet oiu.nbenof parlia- tHx of the mornina lii'" Inif nf -hi- X mi-iii, tin- iiiii-iuv Mr that whatever tin action nl tin- invetiiii; be, ijues- tirm woTil.l nor, 'ir der-iiled at Tim nor. to lie hurried. It w IH 'j.-sc. 10 trive tile country Lime tc think. Mr. Nolan's amendment, that the queH- tioii lie iHisrjwrieii to a future meeting at Dulilin. -.v.-us. however, rejected by a. voDt of iil to 44. A. O'Connor nilviRpil Mr. Piimell tc wiihclnw, ,-is it was himcefurth impossibU for him to he leader. Mr. Jmtlan of Clare accused Mr, Parnull of Kiicriflcini; the cause of the nation to uii nmeiihaie priilc im.l imlpiible ambition. In vonrse of the meeting Mr. Par- nKll attacked Mr. Barry anil otliera for sending to America and try- mi} to influence tho delegates there. Mr. .Sexton replied that he had received n telefilm from .Mr. O'Connor requesting turn to nlve IH'H views on the situation, ,md tie did nor, feel that the lucre fact oi pntitlt.il him to refuse the request. He tlinrpfVire eiilileii Mr. O'Connor inform- him r.lmt a mujnriry favored Mr. Par- riHll's retirement. HH furtlier cabled that if 'hfl env.jys sa-.v any wiy to support the miijnniy-substantial unanimity would be secured. Cni. N'olaii said that .Mr. S-xton ought Co withdraw this expression of opinion fr-im tin. u-h-Lri-aui. for UP must now that dues nut follow the delesrnre.H votniL: Mr Parnell. Timothy all this discus- sion about? It sec-iiH to be another pieco of pun- obstruction. Mr. 1.4 amost mso'ent and impertinent observation. j Mr. Barry attempted to speak, but Mr. Parni-II ordered liiiu to sit down. William any names were sent lo thu HI America, all the names on each side oux'ht, to h.ive been given. I hear riiat the telegram from tha w-i.s r.-ad hv renam In.sh mem- bers in an Einjlisb el'ib. and WILS received wiih chee.rs. If Mr. P-inie.ll is to be de- posed, in name depose him without making it .1 matter of cheering in an En- glish club. M. J. ICi'nny .leelared that it would be impost i ie in obtain home rule, without an alliam-e with an Emjl.sh party He to -.iiliiiiiliniiiinif [riah inn-p-rs to anv uarticnlar man. He had little hnpe fur -In- Ii-Hi jinny if it ilepimil- wLnpnii the i-hairmau to save them from the rhicani-rv of ,iny Knulisn stati-smim. The Ir-nh looked to the reprpsentnnve.s in parlianiPiir nor to Mr. Parnell 'for salva- tion. Xjivier Brown saiil they had little lead- ership from Mr. Parneil in reee.nt veara. Al'er the divor-e strt, he (Brown) had come to the conclusion that Mr. Parnall's itmuance in the le.-niei-ship would be an infoieralile disgrace. Eihvard Why didn't you say so at Ihe This ought, to be stopped. Mr. bun on. P O'Hrien bitterly reproached Mr. Parnell for h'S course in regard to the flawaidt'ii uri'fvipw There were anirry s supporters, that ha had false. "ii i-onrhnled: "1 le'ive you the Irish people of of your pun, m thai -d-. Mr. Parnell mid th.it M Mr. O'Br IP n-ielll to the matter.'' All mljounmipnt was then had for dinner. After dinner it was elicited that Mr. secretary, Mr. Campbell, had given Mr Tuohy of Tlie Freeman's Journal his on n opinion that Mr. Parnell would retiif Mr. 1'iiobv repe-ited the statement in the 'olibies of parliament. Mr. Tnohy sale: he was cliiiibtful about hnvmi; con- vey, -ti such ,m but .r. Hiintly McCarthy declared that Mr. 'rimliy had mm to understand tluit Mr. Parnell would re.siun. Others saiil that Mr. Campbell had said that Mr. Parnell would reiuin the chair. The suljject was then .implied. Mr. Parnell called for a division on Mr. Nol-tifs imeliiiment. The minority voimi; for the amendment was madu up as. follows. J. P. Xolan. Nolan, Blane. Byrne, Corbet, Clancy. Campbell. Dnlion. Fitzgerald. E. Hay.len. McDonald, J. Hmitiy McCarthy. Harris. McKenna. Mu- hony. Maanire. Jnlin O'Connor, O'Hau- ian. O'Kelly, Parnell. Kiclmrd Power, Quinn. J. Redmond. H. Redmond. .-hii-1. Conway, J. K. Kenny and Mr. Leamy. .Mfssr- Cirew. Gilbooly, P O'Brien. Leahy. I aier and Malion Mr Parnell declared himself more than satisfied. ''THE ONLY Li.: lit. Neb.. NutioiKil Kxpre.sseN Contlifnm-e in Mr. Piimell. LINCOLN-. Neb.. De.-. The local brunch of the national league iiel 1 a meet- mi eveninKallil adopted res.iiutions ex- ur thmr conndence iu Mr. Par- ti.-11. At the conclusion oi the meeting he folion-iuw cablegram '.vas sent Mr Parnell by the officers of the branch: Lincoln. Neb., brunch of tile Lrjsh Xation.-d League of America sends greet- ing and recognize in the only leader that can carry the home rule movement to a happy and successful issue Jonn Fitzgerald. and John P. Siitton. secretary oi til- Irish National of America, declined to express an opinion on the existing crisis in the Irish affairs pending a mueuna "f tlie executive meeting of the league, which will be probably "in the city in a day or two. Mnrilorer Wood's Case. AI.JJAXT, Dec. 3. Brush of the Sma Mng prison will visit Attorney Gen- eral Tabor to pet information as to the legality of rhe stay in Murderer Wood's case. If the attorney genei-d decides otherwise than th.it which Warden Brush has held to be the riuht interpretation, he will proceed to execute. Wood would havedied yesterday morning had not this taken plaee. An Alleged Murderer Lrnchml. DRAKE'S BRANCH, Va., Dec. JTowIkes was taken from the sheriff and lynched. He waa being taken to jail, charged with murder. "Don't nut on so much cuai aa to pul out the and don't try everything for catarrh or influenza, hut buy and try Old Saul's Catarrh Cure, the quick- est and safest remedy known. The heat ia the cheapest. Dr. Bail's Baby Syrup ia acknowledged to be the safest and most reliable" mudiciue for babies. Price 25 eta. It Sat it Parnell'fi Prnupcnti tor Retain- ing Letuinrahlp are Improving. CniCAcio, Dec. 3. It is st-mi-officially staled that in the event of Parnell being sustained all the Irish envoys escape Har- rington will at once return to England and probably resign their oeata in the house of commons. Harrington has had numerous ad vices from London undiitiites that their general purport is to effect that Parnell ia playing a winning game. i Even Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien admit the way Paruell handled the conference .Monday has greatly improved his proa- liticts. and that it ia not unlikely that he will win. .John Duvoy received a cablegram from Sheriff Clancy of Dublin, urging him to hia influence for Parnell, as Gladstone was trying to sacrifice the unhribable. Mr. received a cablegram from John Redmond and Mr. O'Kelly, reading aa follows: "If you want to save Famuli and the Irish parliamentary party come home at once." Mr. Harrington has not decided whether h or not to return to London in response to tliK mesHiigo received from Mr. Parnell'a adhuriMits yesterday. He intends to leave che city to-day for a locality where he i will remain in cog for a day or two. Should he decide to comply with the de- mand for his return borne he will sail from New York on Saturday. All the cablegrams received by the dele- dates last evening indicated that affairs in London remained in statu QUO; that the policy of the Pranellitea waa one of delay, and that it was doubtful whether there would he a solution of the problem in- volved in the crisis within the present week. ADVICE TO HOME RULERS. GHASTLY DISCOVERY. Counfy COMMON COUNCIL. Last A MISSING WOMAN'S DEAD BODY FOUND IN A CANAL. Ireland .Must Appeur One Party or ForHukan by America. NEW YORK, Dec. New York Weekly Union and Catholic Times, the nrgnn of tlie Catholic societies, says edi- torially, rfluartliug the troubles in the Insli pnrliitmfatary party: America ex- liKi'is of I he home rule members that, af- biivinn tiii-ir struggle out, v.be minor- ity slntll suiimir. to the majority, and loyally abiiii! by whatever leadnrship that That is the Ameri- can r play in elfcraral battle and the decision of the majority navred and on both sides. Une thing we must not have; we must nor, tolerate repetition of UIM two Fenian parties. Either Ireland will appear under one party or America will have nothing to ilo with her affairi. We will not raise a hand nor yive a dollar to help a compet- 'ni< home rule nai-ry; we will give ample, f ilu.suiiti'd, en; huaiastlc sustaiiimelit to u united Irish party acting under whatever It-ailiM'ship may pmvo paramount in the judgment Ireland. W-are certain that we can win home r'lleeveu niuier Parnell'i opponents, j wirii HIM powerful leadership miaimg. We ai.....ertain. too. that wa can win home rule under famuli's leadership, uvun with the Jisadvaiitane-of his strained with the Liberal leaders. of Mnllnn, Whu DiHnppnnrnd from X. .r., Lait Novnmher, In a Biully Mutlluled Police HUB- Foal Friands Scout thit Iduu of TP.KNTOS, N. J., Dec. body of Mrs. Johanna Mnllisn, a widow about 45 years old, who mystenoualy dis- appeared Trom her home Xov. 18. waa found in the canal a few miles beiow rhia city Monday. The police consider the circnmstunc'js surrounding the woman's death siiHpicioua and making an, InvestiLcation. The woman was the widow of Danml Mullen, who tlgnrerf coimpicuoitsLv in Trenton politics a few years At his death she was left a life-interest in several store properties on a prominent bubiness street. On thfi day of her disappearance Mrs. Mullen drew her monthly allowance and was last seen going toward a railroad de- pot with a man named "Brown.'' who hail been a guest at her house for several days. It is known that she had asum of money In her purse, but on warGhini? the body no money was found. The body is cut and bruised m several places, but it IB not known whether the wounds were made before deaf li or were caused by the body coining in contact with passing'tniata. When .she disappeared Mrs. Mullen was attired In a black dress, anil wore an amrakhan coat and a fashionable black bonnet. When found the silk dross wai considerably torn and the bonnet gone. The police are anxious to find "Mr. Brown." The nlaca where the body wax found is called "The .Meadows.'' and is midway between this city and Border- town. .In.sf how Mrs. Mullen came to be in that vicinity, whiuii is uninhabited for miles around, the police believe "Mr. could e.tpiam better than any other person. Mrs. Mullen's friends scout the idea of suicide and believe she was foully dealt, wiih. Slie leaves four children, the eldest being a girl of 14 years. The Common Council mi t in regular meeting on Tuesday night. Mayor Book slaver in the chair, present Counciluien Flahaven, Stumm. Clifford, Wager, and Mayo; nhsunt Co'itirilnusri Nichols -ind liiihsell Mr. Clifford rend Hie following bills. lamestuwn m to receive bids from two Boutin j local companies for the privileif; of op- craiini; a street railway. The rtstnc- j timm under which the will ho. unvnn are so -iiriime.nt iliat it is OTiicnil I ly believed neither oomimny will cure lo acf.ept them. other tinning three per cent, of the u'ross uarninij- 9iiall nuiii into lim ciiy trciiKiirv. md bunds must be irivcii hy tho railw-iy I "upr'jved by the Finance ctiinpanic.s, binding them to tlie 'if Mr .Si urn m ivitrniiHH lines in operaiinn nu ail streisli asked ordered drawn ,n piivment-. fur within three years forfeit Uiiurge B. Allen, on account The lesser resli ictions ant very numer- "feel sewer ..........i IJ. Biikt-r, salary to Novs j ember 15.......... The Common Council of Jamo.iluven Rogan, in full pnymcni. fur m November 24. The clerk was direct- ed to notify accused to be present at next meeting for hearing. On motion of Mr. Flahavcn, the clerk was directed to notify M. K. McDon- oui.'b to complete contract and bond on Ihe matter of grading Elk stnet. On motion of same, the Street Com- missioner was directed to notify proper parties to uluce in safe condition walk on west side of Zebra, between Front find Second. On moiion of Mr. Stumm, the bids for repair of the jnil were laid over until ihe next meeting. Adjourned. Vanderbilt. President Depew, Third Vice President Webb, and other officers of the Vanderbilt linen who have returned from cheir tour of inspection of the Vanderbilt railroad properties in Ibis State, are well satis- tied with what they saw. Charles T. of the poor of Cattaraugiis county and ex-justice of the peace, died at York- shire Center November '27. aged eighty two years. He wat one of the pioneers of Cattaraugus county and was a welN known citizen. 'Squire H. Rice of Sinclairville is expected in town the last of the week on business. Hanta f.'latu Itt The jolly old chap will load up his pack this year at our store. Toynwiih- oul number and at all prices. Dolls to please the little girls. Fancy goodc Elegant IhiinrH in china ware, VIMKK, pluab goods, etc. We haven't the epncp to enumerate half the goods. Oncthiiiir is certain' We can sell yon just the thing you want at just the price you wish to pay. "TtiK FAIR." House Furnishers. Justice William C. Smith, of York- shire Cenler, fell from ihe roof of bis barn Xovember '27, a distance of eigb> teen feet, and was severely injured. 'He will recover. .1 My.stcry Explained. Before the introduction of Salvation Oil. rheumatism was considered incur- able. Price 25 eta. Lost time is foraver lost. Absence from school is often caused bv a couch The papers contain frequent notices of rich, pretty and educated frirls elop-' cold or hoarpcness. and can" easily with negroes, tramps antl coachmen, j prevented by aiv'ujf Dr. Bull's Couirh Gmi. C. >t. Wilenx D -c. Cadmus M. i Wilcox died iu this city yesterlav at T i o'clock. The funeral will take place ro i morrow at 3 o'clock p. m. Irom St. Mathew's church. The weil-Unown specialist. Dr. Pi-ank- 'tin Miles, suys nil such girls are more or less hysterical, nervous, yety impulsive, unbalanced, usually subject to head- ache, neuralgia, .sleeplessness, immod- erate ing or laughing. These show a weak i.ervuus system for which there is no remedy equal to Restorative Mcr- dynip to the children. Price 2S centa.' VVhciU. Ope May.........l.no'j Com. ine. Trial bottles and a flne taming many marvelous cures, free at .Monroe's Pharmacy, who also sell, and I Mny guarantee Dr. Miles' celebrated New j Pork. Heart Cure, the liuest of heart tonics I Moiy.......11.77 Cures flutierinn, sho't breath, etc. i To-Day's Reravert ovei 0. K. Tnrner'n Stock Wirc. Clo.sed. HC53VIEI O3F" Mr. St. Nicholas, Santa Clans, THE ERIE STOKE! He only one ailii th.-if is The many .-a, honir inaki- liiiti moiv and more aUai'hnl to it every year, Here j> the and most complete Stock oi: 'toys :irul that you 11 see anywhere: Mechanical Toys and Engines, Dolls and L oils' Furniture, Carts, Wagons. Sleighs, Toboggans, Carriages, Cradles, Trur.ks and Bedroom Seta, Guns, Drums, Games, Plush Goods, Toilet Sets, Collar anrl Cuff Boxes, Rocking; Horses, Rocking Chairs. The most Superb Line of Nik and I iren Fancy Handkerchiefs and Mufflers for Ladies and Gentlemen. Fancy Baskets, Albums and crap Books, Jewelry, Ribbons, Etc, ct co., AN r K Al 'I t- UF.IIM A Twenty-Second Talk. LUM baking powders are IL clieup and be- cause they are made for about four cents a pound and sold for about twenty dear, because they do less than halt" as much as a strictly pure cream of tartar powder, and doubly dear, for their continued use injures the health. There is no alum, no ammonia, no adulteration of any kind, in Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder. Clevr.lo.nd Baking Powder Co., 81 81! Pititon St., New i AMI I'lirm .lu-l on i j I-INTKAI. AV j Dry G-ood.3 and Carpets. ANDEIISOX, in.'irii 396 402 Main Street. BIFFil.O. Y Y RKADV NoW FuR jGHRISTMASTRAOi I fr von VIST M-, :nn linil Mi- ma- -1. .-r'-Mi.- tlii-ir I'till -piiMiii-ji. Ilmi.-Uliij :ii tl-u-ij. n- lln-ri: We have the as.-ort- inenft of Patent Leather Shoes in plain aiKlliyht-coloreil topx. hand arid ni.-ichuie We carry a line of N KT- Finn Shoe.n. If von want a nice-titi'ing and fcylwh try a pair of thin imke. You will like them. Our GENTS1 Calf Shoe, in Button and ConirreHH, m broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoi- for the money that has ever been of- fered to any tradtt. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. Fanrv (foods IN n now pi-fiparf) inm j ftH in iioFSi iiianncr. Ittifi-n-nros may be aiiic'l from Krrmk Mayor '.V. i. All i ierH may (eftwt Mm Jnliriwui't BOOKS! BOOKS! mi-Hi -'I .....cnl ir i! W 11 IK- I'llSlv .--I. Fiction, Bi'iirraphy, Poetry, lil-toi'v, ieUl'.-. ,-tr. O'lr sl.n-U in- ni .1-.- Mfitu-.- Nivt- linn i-v.-r uu-'utl t.h......-I "lii: :i.--n n..- ni' the ii -iii i it- Jill1-- i ,-ir' 01' fii'-. In- an Fl'viii ITIU'I i-Kin-- write to I'm- :iny ijc- HJI'I'. Bin ,1 will ,n if> BllllUlu -JX'll'l VI U? I I'MMmaH inoiii y :tl ..iir ,1. i priei'H :i..d vaih'i. .u lire. I'atcnUi, ;ind Re Jhaues rraile MttrkBruKirlorml. Ail Pntuni luiblueM irinilucieii (ur uiinli-nitc Ceea. [iifariniainn, anrl i-nieronr.es Hcnt on public in unrt in jim-tic- ilnr, lliuc. hn hiiH liiulilinir inurly iieeuplljil fiy H. II. Mnllelt. X< KUM riiirrl -itroet.liua lSlu.'d it tip in Ilrst-elHHfi.mler, ind is prepure.ft to .in Ural "Atim 'jtii'lmrniK. frtr (jattt fuuirc. O. A. Ht.'llJIEH. 1 fin tn A MONTIf be I.UU LU wdrkiiiK icr prefen-iid wlio can furnihh a lit.rse J.nit their whole time ui tli.i '-imrfi muinentfl may be empluyd UNO. A few vacane'ieH in towiiM aii.l Ii, V. J'lhiihnn i Jo. -JiiOO Muin-xl.. Rittlimimil, Vii. ADAM, MELDRU.V! ANDERSON, Mm i Kl C.C, PEN FOLD Matiufaf t'iriir HI hi Iji: ;HI  iU.'KKALO. N. V Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures IEWSPAPESS IEWSPAPESS   

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