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THE NEWS GhATHERER. M. Allen Eddy - - Editor. published at Macedon, N. Y.. EVKRY SATUI1DAY . SUBSCRIPTION RATES. These rates include postage to any part of the United States or Canada. 1 year (if paid in advance) SI.00 1 year (if not paid in advance) 1.25 Entered in the Post Office at llacedon as sec- •nd class mail matter Saturday, Apl. ]G, 1892. RAILROAD TIME TABLES NEW YORK CENTRAL HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD . Great Four-Track Trunk Line S»l«t# d by the Government, in connection with ths Lake Shoro & Michigan Southern R'y, as the \ ROUTE OF THE FAST MAIL.' WHh the Lake Shor t It alto forms the routs o f ths Famous Wagne r Veitibulo 11 New York & Chicago Limited.\ In connection with the Lak e Shore and \Big; Four* H oonttitutee tho route of the \Southwestern Limited\ • iNCINNATI , INDIANAPOLIS A-.D ST. LOUIS . It It alto ths IIREGT LINE TO NIAGARA FALLS, And with the Michigan Central R.R. forms \The Niagara Falls Route\ BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WE8T. All Train t arrive at and depart from GRAND CENTRAL STATION, fourth Am. ant forty-tnond St. New Yorfr, Largest and Finest Passenger Station In America, and the only on e In the city of New York. Tains letvre Macedo n as foltnwt-, GOING EAST. 9:18 a. m. No, 32, Accommodation 9 ;15 a. m. No. 66. Local Freight. 12:07 p. m. No. 36, Acco'tion. 2:48 p. m. No 30 Acco'tion. 8 31 p. m. * No 8 Western Express. 8:02 p. m. No 34 Lyons Acco'tion. GOING WEST. 7:45 a. ni Buffalo Aceom'lion. 9 :47 a. m. * No 27 Accom'tion 12:41 p. m. acco ' ion 2.IS p. m, No C7 Local Freight. 4-15p. m \No 21 Day Express. 7 ;27 p. m. No 23 Rochester Ac'n 10:47 p. m. *No 36 Rochester Ac'n •Runs Sundays. EDSON J. WEEKS, Gen'l Agt. 1 KxchangeSt, 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.&H. R. R. R. Lesees.) TRAINS MOVING WEST. 7 13 a. m. Buffalo Accommodation 8-05 a, m. Local Fr't, via Gen. Jun 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. C :14 p. m. Newark Accommodation W. J. Harrington, C. E. Lambert, Station Agent. G, P A WAYNEPORT. TRAINS MOVING WEST. 7. 1 8. a. m. Buffalo Accommodation 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. Clubbing Rates. We •will send tho NEWS GATHERER and any of the below publications for one year, both for the price named after: Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, $2.00 Deinorest's Magazine, 2.55 New York World, 1.85 Now York Tribune, 1 85 OF LOCAL INTEREST. Dr. fv&q\ firple^ Macedon, N. Y. Office hours; 8 to 9 A. M., 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M . Sundays, 8 to 10 A. M . and 7 to 9 P. M. Take Notice. The undersigned would respect fully announce to the citizens of Macedon and surrounding vicinity, that they expect a car load of pine combination fence, in a few days for general purposes. Orders taken for fence expressly for hens. Agents for Fay's manilla leather roofing, the cheapest and best roofing on the market. Call and examine same after a seven years test. Wo are also agents for Daggert's cast iron chimney tops; any size to order which completely shuts out all snow and raiu, if your chimney smokes, it is mdispensible. Wo also take this opportunity to acquaint the farmers of tho fact that on, and after the first day of May, we will be pre­ pared to pay highest spot cash prices at the upper lock grocery, for hay oats, potatoes, butter, eggs &c, Those desiring ice for refrigerators can hnve same delivered at their house, by leaving their order with us.—Respectfully Yours, D Sorvoss & Son. To the Public. Having concluded to work at my trade, I would say to the peoplo 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 me 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. '* r The Palmyra \NationaI bank .building, is t o be entorgod^ _ | Mrs. Arthur Westfall, of Fair- port, returned homo on Wednesday. Mr. Wm. Roachville is preparing ground on H. M. Littel's farm to plant onions. The New York Central will build a depot at Lock Berlin during the coming summer. S. II. Parsons formerly conductor of the \Dutchman\ is now warden in the Salt lake Pcniteutiary. Mrs. Daniel Eldridge of Lake­ side, is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. W. S. Eddy. Miss Nora Hathaway, of Union Hill, lias been spending a few days with her friend, Belle Courter. Mrs. Jennie Holmes, moved in the past week, to Marion, where she will keep house in her former home. Mrs. G. P. Kaiser spent a few days in the past week, with her sis­ ter, Mrs. Geo. Schaefer of Roches tor. Miss Robiuson attended the fun- oral of her cousin, Mrs. Ross Par- shall, at Lyons on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Roe, and Miss Matie Rathbun, returned home to Wolcott, on Wednesday after­ noon. Miss Emma Uarris, of Macedon Centre, has engaged with Mrs. J. C. Servoss, to learn the millinery business. Both our assemblymen Whitcomb and Brinkerhoff voted against the bill reducing telephone rates in New ork city. Mrs P. C. Johnston, went on Mouday afternoon, to visit her son II Johnston and family, at rockport. Mr. Elisha Brown, of Palmyra, was unable on account of sickness, to attend tho funeral of his brother, on Tuesday last Mr. Edward Gndley, has been for several weeks, very sick with lnflam- atory rheumatism. lie is staying at Mr. Wm. Adams' Mr. C. F. Corser. who has been spending tho winter with relatives Orleans Co , returned to this place on Saturday last. Rumor has ic that tho New York entral has purchased a controlling interest in the Delaware & Hudson Canal company's railroad. Miss Jane Robinson, spent the past week with her brother, Mr. lohn Robiuson and family, of New­ ark. She will be with her brother, Thomas Robinson, of Clyde next week. Literary circle will meet with Mr. W. Kirkpatrick, Wednesday evening, April 20. Subject. Mis­ cellaneous, Readings and Recita­ tions, with music by Macedon Or­ chestra. The bill prohibiting parachute umping in this State has become a law. Hereafter any person jump ing out of a balloon, will spend from one to five years in some pon tentiary. Mr. A. M. Purdy, of Palmyra, who has been very sick with chronic spinal trouble, at New Cas­ tle, Ind., is so much improved, that lie, with his wifo is expected home this week. There will be special Easter ser- ices in tho Universalist church next Sunday morning. In the evening, a very fine concert will be endered by the Sunday school, en titled, \Easter Dawn The gas gave out in Palmyra Sat urday night and many of the stores were obliged to close. The min­ strel performance at the opera house was 1 able to proceed with light from candles and lamps arranged along the front of tho stage. Tho Garlock's whistle in Palmy ra, which on favorable days can be heard several miles, is to jnform tho farmers living in tho vicinity of Pal myra, of the state of the weather for tho noxt twenty-four hours, per telegram from Washington. A dispatch from Auburn prison says the death bed confession Nelson Swurtz, who was convicted with Samuel E. Way man, two years ago, in Livingston county, of the murder of Emory Thayer at Avon in 1885, entirely exculpates Way- man from any complicity in the crime. has Mrs. Geo. Phelps is quite serious­ ly sick. Born, to Morris O'Brion and wife, April 8th, a girl. Born, to Charles Giklersleve and wife, April 12th, a daughter. Geo. Phelps, who has been quite sick is able to bo about again. Leo Carman is now the gonial landlord of the Osborne House at Fairport. E. J. Corser has moved his barn nearly to the back of his lot and will fit it for a blacksmith's shop Ed. Monagan and wifo, recently murried, are house keeping in a part of Mrs. M. J. Purdy's house, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Allyn and daughter of Buffalo, are visiting friends and relatives in this place. A few odd pieces Scarlet wool un derwear at 50 cts. Former 90 cts., and SI.00.—Iiarwood & Co. Death of Ezra Brown. Macedon Centre. The political mud is being thrown children, two daughters remain out of the canal, preparatory to the Mrs. Willis Roo of Wolcott and opening of navigation about April Mrs. Arthur Westfall of Fairport. 25th. His friends compriso tho circle of John Farrell Sen., while working his acquaintance and associates n the canal, fell from a plank on Of a cheerful and social disposition, Thursday morning and broke his ho has added to the brightness and inkle. Byron Heath, while playing hunt the grey\ the other evening, fell into a ditch and sprained his ankle. A flue stock of spring and sum raer millinery in the latest styles, at Mrs. J. C. Servoss'. Call and xamine her goods. The N. place is again occupied as a ng. the night operator and having tfken the rooms. Mark Quinu has been absent from the post office some time this week, on account of sickness, but is now able to be around again. George Noxon commenced ou hursday to clear away the back of lis house preparatory to building a new dining room and kitchen. Miss Georgia Huffman who has been absent from home several weeks rece i V ed many valuable and hand returned on Thursday from Yonk- somo gifts, and started out togeth- N. Y. Her niece Miss Helen er on i,f e > s journey, by taking the evening train for tho west. aglcy accompanied her. Tho Palmyra Trotting Horse Macedon> April 13 _ 1892 . Head reeders' Association at its meeting Quarters G. S. Bradley Post, No. Fridav, voted to disband the organ- 4\>° ^-11 members of the Post are . \ . , . , . e. nn requested to meet at Post rooms, on zation. A surplus of about §90 Wednesday evening, April 20, 1892. 11 be divided among the members, at 8 o'clock sharp. Business of .... , great importance to come before the An enterpnsmg young business sheeting By order, Wm. Mitchell, Commander. Isaac Dean, Adjt M. Lipsky of Palmyra has the largest stock of clothing ever seen ih this county. If yon want a good overcoat for a reasonable price, call on him. Died, after a few weeks illness, on Sunday, April 10th. Mr, Ezra Brown, an old. and highly esteemed resident of this place, in the 80th. year of his age': The funeral was held on Tuesday at 1,30 p. M., from the family residence, Rev. I. W. McLaughlin officiating. Mr. Brown was born in New Jer­ sey and came to Williamson with his parents when quite young. On his wedding day 'he cast his first vote at a presidential election, and on the fiftieth anniversary of his marriage which was celebrated in 1880 it was also election day. He came with his family to this place in the spring of 1854, and has led an active business lifo amongst us, until a year and a half ago, after the death of his wife, with whom he prices J]j ver l nearly 55 years, he sold out his business. Of his family of seven comfort of the community in which a largo portion of his days have been spent. Hamblin-Reeves. Married, on Wednesday, April 13th., at 5 P. M., at the home of the bride's parents, Miss Matie Reeves, daughter of Reuben Reeves, Y. Central Station of this and Mr. William Hamblin, of Wil- dwcll- Bon > Niagara county, the Rev. F. w if e |C. Thompson, officiating. Tho brother of the bride, Dr. H. C Reeves, of Newark, acted as best man, and Miss Jennie Packard, of Macedon Centre, as bridemaid. A very pleasant party of friends to the number of twenty-five, attended the wedding. Among those from a dis­ tance were, Dr. Reuben Reeves, of Buffalo, Misses Jennie Slocum, of Paddelford, and Margaret I. Clark, of Sodus. The newly married pair Several parties from the Centre attended the Hamblin-Reeves wed­ ding, last Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Hamblin, took the train later in tho evening for their futuro home, Wilson, Ni­ agara Co. Mrs. Frank Mandeville, and daughter Hattie, spent last week in Rochester. _ Miss Alice Risloy returned from Geneseo, last week, and is attending the Teachers' Institute at Newark, this week, with others; also Miss Bloom, teacher of the Centre dis­ trict, is in attendance. Mr. Bernard Flagler, of Roches­ ter, was in town last week, after at­ tending Orthodox Quarterly meet­ ing at Farmington. Easter services next Sunday even­ ing at the M. E. church, under the auspices of the Ladies' Foreign Missionary society. Miss Grace Herendeen was the guest of Miss Carrie Carman, this week. Mrs. Frank Carman of Walworth, spent Tuesday with her father and mother Carman. Mrs. William Eldridge is under tho doctor's care with inflamatory rheumatism. Mr. Charles Gildersleve will re­ main where ho is until fall. Ontario. man of this place, was heard the other day, to express the wish that there was a law compelling every one in Macedon, to lay flag-stone ide walks. It is to be feared that this young man, is fast outgrowing s native village. Easter services will be held in the Bajitist church both morning and evening. In the evening the choir and Sunday school will render the cantata, \The Prince of Light.' Will friends kindly hand their birth day offerings in at the eveniug ser vice. Collection for the extension of the church library. J. S. Cronise sold last week to parties in Baltimore his bay mare, Lady Arnaud, and the yearling Pan Wilkes, getting therefor, we understand, a big price. They are both standard bred mares, and regis ered. and no better animals ever left town than these. Lady Arnaud by St. Arnaud.— Arcadian Gazette. \From Sire to Son\ will be given, Mr. Nobles appearing in his power­ ful performance of the heroic role of Alfred Armitage, Dollie Nobles n her exquisite dual creation of Mabel Armitage, mother and daugh­ ter. A genuine old mountain coach H. Card of Thanks. The relatives of the late Ezra Brown, desire to thank the neigh bors and friends, who so kindly as­ sisted during his lust illness, also the choir, for their music on the occasion of tho funeral. Easter Excursion. To Washington, D. C. In order to afford the public one more oppor­ tunity of visiting the National Capi tal, and taking a little vacation after Easter, the Pennsylvania R. R. Co have arranged with the N. Y. C. & H. R. R. Co., to run one moro Per sonally-Conducted Excursion from Sus. Bridge, Buffalo and intermo diate stations to Syracuse via Can- andaigua, to Washington on Mon­ day April 18th., at a popular rate of $10.00 for the round trip, for tickets good to return any time within ten days, either via direct line or via Philadelphia, allowing stopover at Baltimore and Phila­ delphia returning, via New York Four dollars extra. For Tickets, Space in Sleepers, and Guide to Points of Interest at Washington; also information re bronchos, and | garding side trips from Washington Blacksmithing. drawn by genuine filled with genuine passengers, will Richmond, Petersburg, Old be an interesting bit of stage realism p oint Comfort, Mt. Vernon, and in \From Sire to Son,\ at Palmyra from Philadelphia to Atlantic City, Opera House, Saturday April 23rd. applv to ^. Y. C. Ticket Agents, There ought to be started in 0 r address B. P. Ijraser, Passenger every county, an association for the Agent P. R. R. Co., Buffalo, N improvement of roads out of county funds. This improvment should not consist in any foolish attempt Thomas Bruyere, a blacksmith of to adopt old methods, but should 27 years experience, has opened the follow the experience of the world McCormack shop and is prepared to and build new roads on tho ap- do ]i 01 . se shoeing and all kinds of proved pian—permanent, even if blacksmithing. Will treat all dis costly—as rapidly as tax collections eaaes i n i 10rse s' feet, interfering, will permit. The expenditure re- con tracted feet, over-reaching or quired is large, but the return is f or ging. Always satisfaction or no greater, and it is immediate.— Ar- paVj ^ i meau to stay and have cadian Gazette. See our illustrated re nted the shop for a year, article on country roads on page 3 Gilt wall The carpet trade at Story's, | very largely increasing every day, About thirty now rolls next week at Story's. They are perfectly elegant Think of it, beautiful papers at only 5 cts. per roll at D. E. Lyon's, Palmyra, N. Y. We expect^to be able to continue and prices verJ much i ess than last our extremely low and unheard of prices of 2, 3, and 5 cts. per roll for ' , wall papers, the entire season or un- 0ne tbouBand boys wanted at the E. Lyon, Palmyra Boston store, age from four to four­ teen. They are placing on sale til June 1st.— D N. Y. Rose. O. Duffin, the Palmyra large and entire new stock of boys hair dresser, will be in Macedon on suits. No fancy prices at the Bos Wednesday of next week ready to ton. One price for cash to all do all kinds of work, shampooing, The place to buy clothing is at trimming bangs. Orders taken for M. Lipsky's. You can depend up all kinds of ladies hair work, special on what he says, and are always orders may,bo left with Mrs, Q. P. •Sure to find the best goods at the lowest prices PURDY. THE RUGBY SCHOOL SHOE is made and warranted by Rice & Hutchens and sold by us. We have no hesitation in saying that this is the best BOYS and YOUTHS shoe ever sold for the money: 11 to 13 1-2 $1.50 I to 5 1-2 1.75 BUT if you want a cheaper shoe for your boy or for your­ self, then we would recomend those Veal Calf Solids, also made and warranted by Rice & Hutchins. BOYS 1 to 5 S1.25. MEN'S 6 to 11 1.50. OUR NEW PLOW SHOE just received is made and warranted by the same parties and their stamp on the bottom of a shoe is a guarantee of satisfaction. Price of Plow Shoe $1.35 WE WILL CONTINUE the sale on those Ladies' fine kid Shoes, and will make a still further reduction on the stock rerraining. ONE HALF OFF $2.00 \2.50 \3 $:.oo, \1.25. \i.5o It does seem, really, that there never was a more busy man than the Ontario farmer at the present. Next to him is the merchant who sells him seed for sowing. Dr. J. W. Brandt, who has the past four winters spent his time in Florida, returned to his northern home Saturday, April 9th. Rev. S. H. Foster, who has served the W. M. church as pastor the past five and a half years, will remain as such until tho <coming fall. Mr. John Tewster has rented the David Reed farm. I Mr. E. House, who has for a num­ ber of years been clerk in M. Peer's store, has moved to the Centre, to run a meat market, in company with E. Woodham. School is to commence Monday tho 18th., after a vacation of two weeks. Mr. Charles Pease of Rochester, made us a pleasant call one day last week. Mr. J. D. Pratt and family spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Wilcox of Marion. Mr. Goldin, pastor of the Baptist church of this place is in very poor health. Mr Frank Norton of Marion, who rented the Truax house in this vil lago, has decided to remain where he is. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Mason, a daughter about two weeks since. Mr. C. C. Eddy of Williamson made a call at J. B. Turner's last week Friday. Making maple sugar is pretty slow business these cold windy days. Cards are out for the wedding of Mr. John Harris and Miss Minnie Pickup, both of this town, to take place the* 14th. The infant child of Mr. F. Risley is quito sick. Mr. F. Grant of Rochester, is doing somo very elaborate repairing on his building in t\>is place, which he rents to Mr. Clevenger, the jeweler. Clio-. OUR NEW WALL PAPERS Have arrived, and are ready for inspection. When you are ready to paper give us a call You will find our prices a little lower than most others, and s 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, \ Bleached Factory, Pepperell R., Hickory Shirting, Indigo Blue Print, Naumkeag Drilling, Good Drilling, We have 40 or 50 pieces first class Calico, 6 and 7 cent goods, that we will sell to-day or any other day at 5 cents per 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 last black and stainless and are extra weight and value lor the money. STRAWS SHOW WHICH WA Y the wind blows. WE GIVE below our prices on few notions; Coats' Spool Cotton, 4 cts Goffs' Braid, 5 ' Corticelli Silk, 100 yds., 8 ' 50 \ 4' Milward's Needles, 5 ' Best Gilt Edge Pins, 5 1 Elastic Corset Laces, 3 Last of the Season. Excursion to Washington and New York, via New York Central and Pennsylvania Roads. Person ally conducted. Through sleeping cars without change leave Macedon at 7:27 P. M. Monday April 18th, ar­ rive in Washington Tuesday morn­ ing at 11:30. Only ten dollars going and returning via direct route, or fourteen dollars returning via New York, Stop over allowed at Balti more and Philadelphia on ten dollar tickets, and at New York, as well as Baltimore and Philadelphia, on tho fourteen dollar tickets. Reduced rates at Hotels and for side trips to Old Point Comfort, Mount Vernon &c. Call on nearest New York Cen tral Ticket Agent, or address Edson J. Weeks, No. 1 Exchange Street, Buffalo, N. Y., for information and illustrated circular. Fresh lime and white wash brushes at Woods & Son's. We sell the Buffalo Pitts harrow the best on earth. Woods & Son's. 15 kinds of pumps at Woods & Son's. Any man who buys ou the strength of price alone is foolish! Lacking knowledge of the goodness (or poor­ ness) of the goods he is, aB was Mod­ es, \IN THE DARK.\ I do not believe in tho cheapness alone theory but TURN ON THE LIGHT quality. Home madu pans that weigh 18 1-2 pounds per doz. pumps lead pipe, &c. at lowest prices. \\ mo a call. M. F. PIERCE, Crowds of people from all parts of the country, are taking advantage of the bargains in 2, 3, and 5 cent wall papers at D. E. Lyon's, Pal myra, N. Y. Give PURDY'S HARW0OD & G0 J iKaiser, \ > | lowest prices. ^ j _ T<<7,> „•... ,-,,„-,. ,-- >-.^^^iS 1-2 12 09 07 12 06 08 07 Of Embroidery Cotton per doz 20 \ Silk, \ \ 10' Wash Emb'y, Silks, 3 for 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 Continental C„ fine factory, 7 ' English Cambric, 5 ' Best Drilling, 8' HARWOOD COMPANY. See our 2Sct. Outing Shiits, Men's sizes. Get our prices on Curtain poles, before going to Palmyra to buy. Get our price on Atlantic A. unbleached muslin, before pur­ chasing elsewhere. Did not close out all that floor Oil Cloth last winter. We make it at cost. No room for it. Part of those Black and White Flouncings and Apron Novelties now on exhibition, in our \Only largest\ Show Win- dow in Wayne county. Three bundles Japan Tooth, picks for 5 cts. Those \Breton Zephyrs\ and Scotch Ginghams are very fine. 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 Si.00 laundried shirt in this town. Next week we will display 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. T|jey are very wide. 37 doz. ladies knit ^ests (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 are all, at any price. We buy these goods also, direct from the manufacturers. More fine Dress goods and Hosiery than ever before. Gents & Youths'. If you order your clothing ol us a fit is guaranteed, or no sale, quality of goods unequaled for the money. That Syracuse Steam Laun­ dry we are now patronizing is first class. Do better work and \less wear and tear\ to the goods, than the Star. Next week Monday, April, nth., and fortnightly thereafter. You get your goods same week Sat­ urday. Not on Sunday. Any one not satisfied with the results of that Guarantee Furni­ ture Polish, bought of us last year, can get the price paid, by calling. Have the polish again. -o — 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 Box, Are some prices we make this week. AND SAY, have you tried our 50 cent Tea, if not you ought to. It is the best tea for the money in this \wide wide world\ and our 30 cent mixed coffee, matches it. Give them both a try. 0— DO YOU USE Barber's par- lor matches. We sell one of those big packages at 15 cents, Since last weeks ad we 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. 0 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. B & Co., have sent us their re­ tail price list, for New York city. We will make same price with expressage added 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 oi these pur­ chases as you are getting extra bargains.

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