^ THE NEWS aATHJEJRER. Editor , published at Macedon, N. Y., EVERY SATURDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RA.TES* These rates include postage to any part of the United States or Canada. 1 year (if paid in advance) $1.00 1 year (if not paid in advance) 1.25 Entered in the Post Office at Macedon as sec- nd class mail matter Clubbing Rates.\ We will send the NEWS GATHERER and any of the below publications for one year, both for the price named after: Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, $2.00 Demorest's Magazine, 2.55 New York World, 1 85 New York Tribune, 1.85 OF LOCAL INTEREST. Twos Sprintr. The sprlngald sprang From his springy seat, As a spring buck springs lio sprang. To springe IKS spring-back book ou Spring On a springy sort of a man. The springy man from Iiis sprin.-,bonrd sprang Upon the s;jrlng-baok, spring book springald, As a spring-gun sp iugs When tho spring is sprung, Into the spring lie sprang Tiie.Hju' ng book num. Saturday, Apl. 2, IS92. RAILROAD TIME TABLES NEWYIMCENTRAL HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD. Great Four-Track Trunk Line Selected by tho Government, in connection with the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R'y, as tho \ ROUTE OF THE FAST MAIL.\ With tho Lake Shore It also forms tho routo of the Famous Wagner Vestibule \ New York & Chicago Limited.\ In oonnectfon with the Lake Shore and \Big Four/ it constitutes the route of tho \Southwestern Limited\ CINCINNATI, INDIANAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS. It li also tho •DIRECT LINE TO NIAGARA FALLS, And with the Michigan Central R.R. forms \The Niagara Falls Route\ BETWEEN TH E EAST AN D THE WEST. All Ttal m arrive at and depart from GRAND CENTRAL STATION, Fourth Aet. and Forty-second St. Nita York, Largest and Finest Puienger Station In America, and tho only ono in the city of New York. Tains leave Slacedon as follows, GOING EAST. 9:18 a. m. No, 32, Accommodation 9;15 a. m. No. GO Local Freight. 12 07 p. m. No. 3(5, Acco'tion. 2 :-l8 p. m. No 30 Acco'tion. 6.31 p. m. * iNo 8 Western Express. 8:02 p. in. No 31 Lyons Acco'tion GOING WEST. 7 •A'i a. m. Buffalo Accom'tion. 9:47 a. m * No 27 Accom'tion 12:41 p. m. ncco ' ion 2.15p. m. No 07 Local Freight. 4 15 p. m No 21 Day Express. 7,27p. ni. No 23 Kochester Ac'n 10:47 p. m +No 30 Rochester Ac'n. •Runs Sundays. EDSON J WEEKS, Gen'l Agt. 1 Exchanged, Buffalo, N Y. J M. TOUCEY, GEO, II. DANIELS Gen'l Supt. G. P. A. Grand Central Station, N Y. WEST SHORE R. R. (N. Y. C. cS: II. li. R. R. Lesccs.) TRAINS MOVING WEST 7 13 a. m. Buffalo Accommodation 8 05 n, m. Loc.vl Fr't, via Gen J tin 9 38 a. m. Pacific Express. 4 00 p. m. Buffalo Accommodation TRAINS MOVING EAST. 7 39 a. m. W S. Express. 3.05 p m. Way Fr't to Newark. G.14p m. Newark Accommodation W. J, Harrington, C. E. Lambert, Station Agent. G. P A. AVAYNEl'ORT. TRAIN'S MOVING WEST 7 'S. a. m. Buffalo AecomnioJ.-.lion 8.02 a. m. Way Fr't via Gen. Jet. 4,07 p. m Buffalo Accommodation TRAINS MOVING EAST 7.33 a. m. W S. Express. 2 40 p. m. Way Fr't to Newark. 6 09 p. m. Newark Accomodation. Macedon, N. Office hours; 8 to D A. M ., 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 1*. M. Sundays, S to 10 A. M. and 7 to 9 i>. M. A POPULAR FAMILT! JKTNTE \ How is it, Kate, that you nlwnya ftcom to 4 catch on 1 to the last new thing ? Do •what I may, you alwuys seem to get ahead of mc.\ KATE : \ I don't know • I certainly do not make any exertion in that direction.\ JENNIE : \ Well, during tho last few months, for example, you have taken up painting:. Miss May Stoue is assisting in Purdy's store. Miss Julia Gallup, is visiting friends in Brockport. Tho clnldrcu of Wm, Rochville have been quite sick the past few days. John Williamson, au old resident of Palmyra, died suddenly ou Mon day evening, Gome and see the carpet samples at Eddy's. We are always glad to show them. |_ Mr. Ira Allyn has moved onto and will work the Bartnnus Packard farm the co-mug year. Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Allyn will live with Mrs. M: ry A. Packard and conduct the farm. Miss Minnie Jackson returned to| Norwich on Monday last to resume her duties as teacher. Mr. and Mrs David J. Iloag enter tained their son-in-law from Dutch ess county, in the past week. W. J. Harrington, has so far re gained his health, as to fesumo Ins duties at the West Shore station. Mrs. Geo, Xoxon and daughter are visiting friends in Rochester. | They expect to return home Sutur- 1 j> oin t day. Miss Mabel L. Wcstfall, will open a kintergarten in the parlors at the Uuiversalist church on Mon day, April 4th. The entertainment m Eddy & .Johnston's hall, given by the young people of Macedon Centre, last Saturday evening, was a decided success. Miss Emma Eddy, who has been spending tho winter with her nephew, L. A. Smith, at Brooklicld, Mo., returned to her home in this place a short time ago. Thc'diine social at T. P. Itijiles's on Wednesday o\ening was well attended, and the gaiety whidi pre vailed seemed quite informal. The refectno served was ice cream. Mrs. Laura llowig who has been spending some time in Fair-port, is at home preparing to vacate the house, when she will make her future home with her brother Charles Phelps. The Literary Circle Spnnglets are in order. Republican caucus on Saturday afternoon. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcoxen, on Sunday March 27th., looking.after the interestoi\ a \daily Mrs. Abram Tabor of Walworth, died on Wednesday of last week, aged 77 years. Mr. Elisha Brown, with his daughter, visited bis brother, Mr. Ezra Brown, Thursday. . Mr. R. H. Jones is very sick, and at this time not much improve ment in his condition can be report ed. Menzo Bort of Fair-port, was in town Friday, calling on friends and Macedon Centre. a daughter. freight boat line this summer Mrs. J. A. Wilson who has been between Macedon and Rochester. quite sick for the past two or three weeks is much bettor. The next regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. of tins placo will be held Friday April 8th., at 3:30 p. in. at the home of Mrs. Alice Hewitt. Susan Miller died at Newark on Thursday last, aged 73 years. The funeral was held Sunday, at Lyons, from tho Methodist church of which she was a member, II. P. Marsh of Palmyra, will de liver a lecture on evolution in Eddy & Johnson s hall next Sunday after noon at 3 30 o'clock. Everyone is cordially invited. Nothing will be said antagonizing tho religious be lief of any one, but the subject of evolution will be forcibly set forth A collection will bo taken to defray expenses. Mrs. William Mason of Sodus Point died on Wednesday of last week of consumption, aged 59 years, Mrs. .Mason was the oldest child of James Sergeant of Sodus, jvlio is 88 years old. She leaves one daughter .Mrs. Clarence Button, of Sodus without any teacher; you come to the rescue \when Miss Lntnrgo deserted her Delsarte class eo suddenly, and rortalnly we are ull improv ing In (rraco under your instruction: 1 heard you telling Tommy Eames last evening how his club mado mistakes In playing baseball: you seem to bo up on all tho latest' fads,' ana know Just what to do under all circumstances: you entertain beautifully; and in the last month you have Improved so In health, owins:, you tell me, to your physical culture exercises. Where do you jrot all of your information from in this littlo out-of-tho way place?—for you never to tho city.\ KATE : \Why Jennie, you will make mo vain. I have only ono source of information, but it is surprising how it meets alt wants. I very seldom hear of anything new but what tho next few days brim? mo full information on tho subject. Magic? No I Magazine I And a great treasure it Is to us all, for it really furnishes tho reading for tho whole . household: father has given up his magazine that ho has taken for years, as ho says this ono gives more and better information on tho subjects of tho day; and mother sayB that it is that that makes her such n famous housekeeper. In fact, wo all ngrco that it is tho only really FAMILY mngazlno published, as wo havo sent for samples of all of them, and Qnd that ono is all for mon, another all for women, and another for childron only, /rhllo this ono suits ovcry ono of us; so wo only need to tako ono instead of several, and that Is whero tho economy comes in, for It Is only S2.00 a year. Pcrhnps you think I am too lavish in my praise; but 1 will lot you sco ours, or, better still, 6cnd 10 cents to tho pub lisher, W . Jennings Dcmorest, 15 East 14th ... .... iplo havo dono you a groat favor; and may bo you will bo cutting Street, Now Yorkrfor a samplo copy, and I •hall always consider that I navq uono ; you „„.„„ , 'tag us out, as you say wo havo tho roputatlon or bolng tho best informed family in town. If that bo so, it is Demorest's lfamily Magazino that docs it.\ M. Story is having the carpet trade, of Palmyra and Way no coun ty. will meet at the home of S N. Gallup, Wedn esday evening, April Gth. at 7.30. Subject, Longfellow's Poems, with instrumental and vocal music. One of tho principal amusements of the evening will be aGypsev Chorus. Mrs. N. 11. Packard of Remus, .Mich., was the g-tiest of her cousins J. Thistlethwaite and family the past week, and called upon old friends and neighbors. Mrs. P. lias been to Pennsylvania where she was culled by the death of her mother, Mrs. Abbey. The will of the late Hiram Spear, of Penfield, was admitted to pro bate Monday. The property of which he died possessed is estimated at $5,000 iu real estate and $500 in personal property. The farm in Penfield was left to his son, Mr. Jason Spear, of this place.— Mon roe County Mail. A Maple Sugar Festival and the Annual Slip-renting will take place at the Univcrsahst church on Friday evening April 8th. Those in arrears on slip-rent are requested to hand the amount due to the Treasurer Ly man Hick ford, at the earliest oppor tunity possible. By order of Trus tees, R. M. llarwood, Parish Clerk. The series of meetings at the Universalist church, were held as announced. Tho sermon on Tues day evening was by Rev Mr. Legal of Victor, on Wednesday evening Rev. Mr. Barber of Newark, on Thursday evening Rev. Dr. Saxo of Rochester. Friday evening Rev. Mr. Betts. These meetings have been very interesting and well attended. A pleasant wedding occurred at the residence of tho bride's parents, on Nicollet Avenue, Minn., March 22nd., at 4 i» M . Tho, contracting parties were James Henry Bird and Flora Jane'Curtis. Tho bridal pair, carrying tho be3t ' wishes and con gratulations of their friends, left on the evening train for Winona, Minn., where tho groom is engaged in business. Friends in Macedon, wlicro Mr. Bird spent his boyhood, wish to him and his bride a prosper ous and happy life together. M. Lipsky of Palmyra has the largest stock of clothing ever Been in this county. If yon want a good overcoat for a reasonable price, call on him. ^ Macedon people are just now suf fering much inconvenience from the irregularity of the mail service, The fault seems to he with a defect- i\e crane at this station, which with all possible precaution, is quite as ipt to throw the mail pouches down as to catch and earn them on. It is to bo hoped that Uncle Sam will 'speedily repair tins dcliciency by gi\ing us a new crane. \No man's church\ is the unique condition of the old Union church in Pultne\ \ llle, says The Rochester Democrat The church was built at an carl} date under the auspices of the Mc hodist and Presbyterian societies with the aid of the com munity at large, under stipulation that the respectne societies should have the use of it when desired, am the community should occupy it if required, when not so used. The Presbyterian society having lapsed and the Methodists having built : new church, the old edilice is turned over to the public, and trus tees ha\e been elected who will su perintend its renovation and con version into a town hall. The oh church is located in the beautiful grove on the public square. Carpets from Howe & Rogers, at their lowest retail prices will be sol In sample at Eddy's. Come and see them. Newest and choicest pat terns m Tapestry Brussels, sev eral \arieties of Ingram from best to cheapest and cotton chain carpetuigs at prices within the reach of any one able to have a rag carpet. Floor and table oil cloths cheaper than ev er. The place to buy clothing is at M. Lipsky's. You can depend up on what he says, and are always sure to find the best goods at the lowest prices. Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed in his tiands by an East India missionary tho formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permi nont cure of Consumption, Bronchi tis, Catarrh, Asthma and all other throat and Lung Affection, also a positive and radical cure for Nerv ous Debility and all nervous com plaints, after having tested its won derful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will send free of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, in German, French or English, with full directions for pre paring and using. Sent by mail by addressingwith stamp, naming this paper W. A. NOYES , 820 Powers Block, Rochester, N Y. Mr. Ezra Brown, is very sick and his recovery is considered doubtful. His daughters, Mrs. Willis Roe, of Wolcott,and Mrs. Arthur Westfall, of Fairport, are with their father. Rev. F. W. Betts, of Syracuse, will preach in the Universalist church this evening. Church meet ing Saturday, at 2:30 p. M . Com munion of the Lord's Supper, Sun day morning. Mr. Fred Bentlcy, who has been taking a course of Medical studies in New York, returned to his home on Thursdav. He expects to re sume his studies in New York, about September, next. Any person bringing us the News Gatherer for any one of the follow ing dates will confer a great favor, and be suitably rewarded. Nov. 23rd. 18S9, Feb. 1st, 1890, Feb. 22nd. 1890, March 1st. 1890, March 15th. 1890, April 20th. 1S90, and Oct. 4th. IS90. Prof. Stevens is under tho Doc tors care. L. H. Clark and family moved in tho past week to their old home stead at Sodus. The spring term of Macedon Academy commenced this week, under Prof. Palmer and' Mis3 Gill- more. Theteldest child of Mr. Joseph Chapman, is very sick. During f or the winter ho had an attack of scarlet fever, which resulted in di abetes. Miss Marietta Howland has not been as well for tho last two weeks A letter was received from tho family of Mr. Tracy Clark of Mich , this week, stating he was very low Prof. Clark and family expect to leave this week Friday for Sodus Mr. Reuben Reeves has bought the corner house for $540. They are making some repairs before moving into it. Mr. Burton Durfee's west tenant PURDY. OUR NEW \ WALL PAPERS Have arrived, and are ready inspection. When you are ready to paper give us a call. You will find our prices a little lower than most others, and a great deal lower than any exclu sive WALL PAPER establish ment. WE MAKE some very low prices this week, for CASH or CREDIT. We will sell: Amoskeag A. C. A. Ticking, 12 Lonsdale Cambric, HARWOOD COMPANY. Bleached Factory, Pepperell R., ho use burned last Saturday after- Hickory Shirting, noon. It caught fire from a defect- Indigo Blue Print, 09 07 Where They Live. Hair dressing iu all its blanches, ladies' hair work a specialty. Ev erything pertaining to ladies' toilet constantly kopt on hand at the Tripp block, Palmyra, N. Y. —Miss R. O. Duff 111. Mis. Harriet Littel has moved back to tho Littel farm. T. H. Oarpcnter will live in his rooms over the market. Edwin Kipp will live over the Macedon creamery. William Roachville will live in the Charles Kipp house. .John E. Simmons will move as soon as possiblo into tho Howig house that ho has recently pur chased. * Frank Brundago will occupy jjart of Mrs. Genio Cramer's house. Wilbur Runyan lives 111 the house owned by Geo, Lapham, opposite Lorenzo Phelps'. Geo. Turner and family have moved into the Gallup house, on West Mam St., which they recently purchased, Bernard Beal has moved on to the farm with his father, DeWitt, Beal. James Keefc is to live in part of the house on the Couklin farm. Edmund Organ will movo into tho McCaun house at the canal. Edward Phetteplace will movo on to the Perry place, which ho has recently bought. Andrew Whipple and family, of Manchester, will live with Mrs Whipple's mother, Mrs. Gormloy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell, recently of Verbauk Village, N. Y will live with Mrs. Mitchell's father, D. S. Shourds. Reuben Reeves, who since the burning of his dwelling, has been living in the houso of Mrs. Harriet Covill, expects to movo shortly to Macedon Centre. John Schrador who lived on tho Charles Chapman place last year has ^noYed into the tenant house of Stephen Lapham and will work the farm the coming year. Mrs. McNeille wishes to return her sincere thanks to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 'Stack of Washingtin, D. 0., for a box of fruit, sent her Thurs day morning, The first pension I have ever drawn Respectfully, Mrs. McNeille. ive chimney. Mr. and Mrs. Gurdon Smith, spent last Wednesday at Mr. Thom as Blaker's. Supervisor Billings and wife, re turned from Cayuga Co , Monday evening, after spending a few days with his sister there. Mr. Hicks Halsteafl spent a few days in town this week. West Walworth. Considerable moving about town is taking place at present. Mr. Fay Cutler and wife have moved to Mo ravia, their former home. Naumkeag Drilling, Good Drilling, We have 40 or 50 pieces of first class Calico, 6 and 7 cent goods, that we will sell to-day or any other day at 5 cents pe yard. Cash or Credit, Eggs or Butter. WE WANT YOU to com pare the 10 cent Black Hose bought at other places with Ours. Ours are guaranteed fast black and stainless and are extra weight and value lor the money. WE SELL JOHN liAR WOOD'S GLUTEN FLOUR The richest in Nutritive Quali Mr. and Mrs. J E. Rapp have t j es 0 f any Flour ever placed moved into the house vacated by u pon the market. Mr. Cutler, known as the John Lotze place. STRAWS SHOW WHICH Mr. Chas. Bills and family are WA Y the wind blows. WE moving on Mr Kenyon's farm. GIVE below our prices on a Mr. Easley of Lincoln, is moving few notions; on to Mr. E. D. Bumpus' farm, Mr, Bumpus having moved into bis ten Coats' Spool Cotton ant house. Goffs' Braid, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Knott will Corticclli Silk, 100 yds Spring is Here. If you want a good suit of clothes, go to the Breese House, and there you will see samples worth looking at the cheapest and best in America. Mr. Burch is there every Tuesday afternoon and evening until 7:30 M. Call on him and be convinced. C. H. Burcll, Merchant Tailor, New ark,, N. Y. To the Public. Having concluded to work at my trade, I would say to the people of Macedon and vicinity, that I am ready to do all kinds of wagon and carriage work at my shop, which is located at what is known as the Daniel Langdon place, Main St. All those wishing to have any work done, will do well to give nle a call as the work will bo done in a work man-like manner and warranted to give satisfaction and at reasonable.| rates.—E. J. Corser, Macedon, N. ~Y. Bo sure and see tho elegant car- pot samples at Eddy's, before pur chasing. George Noxon will receive sub-J. soriptions to all magazines, periodi cals, papors, &c. Milk and oyster crackers for sale at Eddy's.. move on to a farm near Walworth, the 1st., of April Mrs. Ellsworth Wyman, who has been spending some time with her parents, started for her home in Kansas on Monday. Wo hope she may have a pleasant journey. Mr. Walter Payne, who has been attending the veterinarian college at Toronto, Canada, for the past two years, has received his diploma. Mr. R. S. Stalker spent last Thurs day and Friday in Rochester, with his son Charles who has so far re covered as-to be able to ride out once SO 4 cts 5 \ 8 \ 4\ S \ 5 \ 3 Milward's Needles, Best Gilt Edge Pins, Elastic Corset Laces, Embroidery Cotton per doz 20 \ Silk, \ \ 10' Wash Emb'y, Silks, 3 fur 10' Barbours' Spool Linen, 8 ' Card Shirt Buttons, 12 doz. 5 ' Hooks and Eyes, per card 3 ' NEW Scrim, per yard, 5 ' NEW Flannelette, 10 \ WE SELL more. He expects to be able to come Continental C„ fine factory, 7 home in the near future. « „ ,. , _ , . T> on t c T, 1 . English Cambric, 5 Rev. Schlauch of Rochester, occu- R 0 n .... J pied the Baptist pulpit last Sundav. ^ e st Drilling, Mr W. C, Horn, had an exhibi- We sell the tion at the close of his term of 'INEW ELECTRIC Friday night at West school last Macedon. Lincoln. The roads are drying up very nice- ly. O. E. Smith commenced working among his berry vines to-day. The entertainment at the Baptist church Tuesday evening, was n grand success. Mr. Chas. Eldredge is quite ill. Mr. A. J. Hamm has one of the finest flock of sheep in this county. S. W. Miller has traded the cheese factory for Mr. Gregory Engert's farm. We are pleased to state that a largo number of Lincoln boys who tried Regents' examinations this spring were successful. The children of our district school are rehearsing for an exhibition in the near future. Peter Plant, an aged resident of this place, was buried Sunday, Rev. Van Benschoten officiating. Mr. N. G. Brandt will move into the house recently occupied by Mr. G. Tiffany. Crowds of people from all parts of tho country, are taking advantage of the bargains in 2, 3, and 5 cent wall papers at D. E. Lyon's, Pal myra, N. Y. Think of it, beautiful Gilt wall papers at only 5 cts. per roll at D. E. Lyon's, Palmyra, N. Y. We expect to be able to continue our extremely low and unheard of prices of 2, 3, and 5 cts. per roll for wall papers, the entire season or un tilJune 1st. —D. E.Lyon, Palmyra, N. Y. ELASTIC HEALTH CORSET, :and have sold them for years They give the best satisfaction I of any cheap corset we have ever sold. Price, 50 \ New Oil cloth shades received 'this week. Plain with fringe; or handsome dado pattern, Soft White Sugar at 4-and 1-2 cents per pound. Six Cakes of any 5 cent soap for 25 cents. Honey at only 15 cents per Bo.x, Are some prices we make this week. One thousand boys wanted at the Boston dry goods, hat, cap, ladies' and gentsi furnishing and fancy goods -store of Palmyra and Wayne county. The boys must be from four to twelve years of age. They are now getting in a new suit of clothes for every boy in Wayne sell at half price county. Stock entirely new, very choice and cheap, every day suits, nice suits, Sunday suits, Jersey suits for small boys. You never saw such elegant clothing for boys before at such low prices^ Be sure and go to tho Boston store for boys' clothing, '1 . . . - . . . Wafer White^oil still at 7 cents. Macedon against the world for Low prices. o AND SAY, have you tried our 50 cent Tea, il not you ought to. It is th e best tea for the money in this \wide wide world\ and our 30 cent mixed coffee, matches it. Give them both a try. o DO YOU USE Barber's par lor matches. We sell one of those big packages at^5 cents. Since last weeks ad wc have sold nearly 100 pounds of those 8 cent raisins. WE KEEP Young & Larra- bees celebrated London cream or cow brand of crackers, 9 cts. per pound. We have a few hand sleds on hand. To close them out will PURDY'S. Certainly no person dare dis pute the fact, that our assort ment of NECK WEAR is not only the finest and largest in amount and variety that was ever before kept in Macedon, but it consists largely of the lat est styles and shades produced by the manufacturers, of whom we buy most of these goods. We think we can prove to you that we have the very best 50 cent unlaundried shirt and the best 75 ct. and §1.00 latindried shirt in this town. Next week we will display a large and fine assortment of black and white FLOUNC- INGS and apron goods. Those Percales which cost us 6 3-4 cents still on sale at 5 cents. They are very wide. 37 doz. ladies knit vests (sum mer heft) of many styles and prices will be on sale after Mon day next. The 10 ct. vests are better than ever before. In fact so arc all, at any price. We buy these goods also, direct from the manutacturers. More line Dress goods and Hosiery! 1 an ever before. Gents & Youths'. If you-order your clothing of us a fit is guaranteed, or no sale, quality of goods unequaled foi the money. Wc had no remnants, nor old goods, old goods which had been accumulating on our shelves, and other out of the way plaees for eight ten years, among those 6 and 7 cent calicoes which we s5ld at 5 cts. per yard \for two days only.\ Fifteen of them were whole piece's. None less than ten yds. We always cut prices on our heavy Underwear in March. This year our knife is very very sharp,—hence the cut is deep. You can save 20 percent on)our money by buy ing next winter's supply, before these goods are put away. . New shades in those 2$ct. double-fold Cashmeres (Have now 2t different shades in those goods.) A few more shades in Dress Flannels, Paris and Nubia HENRIETTAS, Plain, Satin stripe and Satin check SATEENS. All these Henriettas and Sateens are war ranted fast black, and Stripes and Checks are beauties and cheap. Apron novelties in black and white. London TEAZLE Cloth and other Outings. Dress Ginghams, Apron checks, Pant Cassimers, Gents Neck wear, (new patterns, at old and new prices) Cabo, and Elastic Health Corsets, Corset covers, and a \thousand andjone\ other articles, such as we sell on daily. For GENTS' Spring and Summer wear, we have put in some Fine Australian Lamb's Wool Underwear We have the agency for Gents' and Youths' Clothing, cut and made to order. In Jan uary, the General Agent for Browning, King & Co. of New \ ork, called on us and instructed Mr. H. in the art of measurement; and entered into an agreement whereby we are to sell Suits, Coats, Overcoats, Pants or Vests, for them by sample. On Wednesday March 9th., we received over 300 samples of their Spring and Summer tyles ot Suitings, Pants cloths &c, with their 1892 New York Fashion Plate and are now pre pared to take orders for same. We arc authorised to guarantee satisfactory fits or no \sale. B & Co., have sent us their re tail price list, for New York city. We will make same price with exprcssage added and we think from samples sent and prices quoted, we can do better by you, from two to five dollars on a suit than you can get same quality made for in Rochester or Palmyra. As a \starter\ we will deduct one dollar on first cash order to be paid on receipt ol goods and ht satisfactory. Call and examine Samples and get prices. Terms 30 days, or 5 per cent off on all cash paid on receipt'of goods. But 30 days time on any of these pur- i chases as you are getting extra bargains HARWOOD & GO.