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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK, N. Y, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1890. OF DUNKIRK. A.FJf MH.INO MACHINK for ruling ,i o' blank) li the intent iniiliiioii to Hi. Dunkirk Printing tomiian R.' I'KOI'JSSSIONAI, KOI I'll, SI J> NO. 4. mn ;t ni I i Ofljt 01 f r I st n Ornjc 11 KIM kHfp.lintia! IIIH TVIcplion.' No i Cjillw muy Ijf kfr at I n OF TIIK SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT pay it HIGHLY JMilal.l'ti atpn for tule lai .l'ti at and Wood 1 lint, Tire Central Avenue, opposite .Nick, I J'Jati i All frraUes oi Hard and Soil Lumber, slnnKlen unil Lath 1-ree Corrcapon-tiiice lor Bloleoale ALKX M. MANN, 1'raiticul f'lumt'er. Gas and Btcam Fitter. Special attention given u> Sanitary Plumbing hutimatea given on f'lumbinff, oan fitting. bteam Keating and Hot Air 27 Third bticet. BB. OIFFOKD, 223 aod 22.1 I, ntrnl A TO Artmtic Photographer IiiKiautaiiioug fliutographa of Babies a spccnilli -jlttcrf need not wait tor sunshine ixi.cut iur babies. BINUKRT-JAMEK IHVINO. 1> priLtor, No IbE Si Loud alrott. near liul- laio Direct, Kunklrk, N. 1 Magatluu, Ma liound in all ntyles Or.lors promptly attended to All work guarantee 1 CKOCKKHV HOUSE, 30s Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and domestic China, blasswart, 4u OUA8. H. HAUHIH, 2J1 tunlral Ave Gun era! Juauranui, Life, ALtl.ll.nt anil hire Boforc traveling insure vour He in tho old reliable "Travelers'." Iteal Lutate At'tut. Loaus noxutluUKl oil p-omarlv. CHAUTAUUUA HOTEL, ItuU-s, ti par day Luerj anil Hum ding stable in connection Victor Unlci, ITS and 3J7 Lion street. UAKHKK SHOP Clms Magic. I'rop Under Lake Shore .National liiink, corner Center and Third streets A Hue stock ol n and Uomestiu cigars. WAMhU-An HUM n m lu I'll iiuiieiitb re) risen A 11U orporiuui KISL.IH rl mr. imdisr ind all OI mil l miil, s, ,iv i i "i -mil ruril (I nil U' (.illKat. ,r, "''Tlli Adi ice an.lKjiiml IN THE LIBEL SUIT OF DP BALL AGAINST THE POST Mi tllllinin tho n Hie I llu l.t Not Thp liimiteilTKl  l i i i i .In I I ol a ,i ml i h ull __ ,h I ni'iin I 1, op, u n l i, s "I "U In I Hi nl u, nil n 1 I, s LOSS Of L1FL that bn ui, i iss-pxnjiimnt ion stakd that Di Build, I tflllmnw, and he stn, k to Hi, stnt.iu.utnftfi Mi Aloot hnd n nd ,np, hi. hid uisui-iiHl All I ,x Up He ti Id Ah M ottlnl lit wasu Stalwart but 150 MINERS BCL'EVEn TO a hintl, 1 Inning Mi Si bpu HAVL BCEN Kllirn Hull was ,nllel mabiitfil He lid I in n ill Ini ing gone to All Fnlluton I ut hidtilkul t, him of pohtiial matters intlmt Ihue HIS talk t a i mti ihu ii n In sail, but I don t think 1 asUeit him I, m( u, I bis is impxTwrted in nut AJ, 'V Oler I in lo-s I Ollt .Ml.in, Ml. so IIS to h, Huh. it- No i II AH U A CO, fnpni, dim, Tulsli mi.l., a isiilaii i mkc tli, i llu pet HI, k Ui part nun niiii ION KI 11 I imsiilli   In the Conntv An uucqualleil advertising medium. Newly lilted up an I in lln, con hn'.i "ill on LIISI ten, 8 i ,lt t, Martin JliiHu DUNSLUIK KNOINKKKINO COnPANV. Formerly Ml low A I'mmlo o< Kngines. Uoilcrn, g Hanyers. elf. ruMorim, forKUiKit, w, au.1 Maciiino Work to urder J SH1KT CO., Z03, 205 and iU7 U Centir Btreet, Mannluctuicrs of the "Cromwell" and uertect-UUinK Dress bhirta. un sale in all leading furnishing clothing au.1 ury houses lu Dunkirk. Dr. TOOSIKY, 4JM and 4% Lion street, IJealer in flour, toed, Baled Ilay, Thou- phatcs, etc. EetabliBho.1, 1877 ft ffljlffl? km :-.TJPRIGHT PIANO pli iniohmg him, Hi ,nnh [i tl u tl i i ,s, l'i l'i I li, said h, ,1 s  ..ml I ill M l l niu 7 bnlll i I I I n mid tliKilul us I u mt, 1 lln n in I amd( n >i st. idai inittiil 1 h i i i Ii tbf tail ,1 (in losmi 1 In- usual i 1 lill 1 Un nut loom llui i n j IP ,nt tlinn on am pi, u ins I 'I I th, In-t linn .linnis Id ni UK I 'hi innidiied nasalisint and I ln hill Ilic slip tin p, s wns i n U l'i H II Biiitinn i-ln i as mil, x 'i i u u hi n P un t in n, 11 ln --1" 1 sMinnl the stall I 'I In iMtni.s "I'll "I H In Ill, ni ltd _nl tho is ,1 niiminjr fH ni hi i ums anil hn I r i n I a 1 ab.nl h i a 1 "'i i 1 nl I tin biiti'u knit as tin 'be "i lining ol the miudpi lh I i 11 .1 at the kuil. but not a nius I, I Ins I ,u mouil b Inn 1 that Annie Li Conp> s (in iilnl. shi .was in tin ]Ksit'on >l, n is d mid and wlnl. sh, il li fulu n nil, ,1 n I said tin' in a (omeisaln n i tin nioMiinn of thi linn In, ..Ml s Ill 01 11 ,11 U HI I III U 01 PI sal II II 11 II II want suiha mintooiii, iuti i "f thi linn 1.1, u Ih, t vi! Jl, 11 i t Uliiin tliut In siisp tli ,il.uil I'1" I II i nitli 'I b I usil i n nli n i i m si l( I inna I in i u is In yjit Ir, Hi, "il lo .ill nu, ul MIUI iniiiial llsbiisinis S' 1l" Mlllt sh. sin tth nsh ainlhii stol., 't bit li aiilpnuit sM." 's ,n In 1 tilt fl" 1 I I 1 "llllll I It (111 Is HIM I I I 1''I lOOIII 11 nioiill, sl..... f II in 1 to tbcnj) sdii] d up tn tins man wlunm mints ,1, m h i "in 1 I- M> ix I I, 7 I ,s ,1, jp, he, tmiit, of numb (l, iun in tin- Ab. I I' I t ln_b (lw ILnns It, U.lioi, I, I T 'he gha tli uoik is onh it n, i 1st an MI t b, lepi i iT.iliai awavth, MS t "inniniiith ,m soliiiiibli miitilat.d that lt Js "lult' Hi' sibl i, m r I" i I il i lonhttul bi th, t n, Tt lh. men mi i thp lost an, "i sl h, i, I I hi n nun u, IP no. 1 n Inn i lu Inn, boits to pi tin iKttionill, bottom It is tain b. 111 in ii ,1 mo t mi ti in lot s. ,ni nun pit Mil I c I'1 s" n "i 1 in nn ud inmif" i it 1 11 kill I Hie h. iial. i pi ailii illi th ml ih pit iiht h lias tin s ,-np s i In s ,bs ist, i 1 p, tins mj .iniatui It Is alii a h s lint th, o 11 I s of tl mn, IH ui 1 I i iimniil nie Tin 1101 i flu t -plnsim uas lu ml aim Jiiii lln ,uiinin ot tin- shah nastlnon but tli.- an n mil n 111111110 ol Ilimi and a d, use- olmim ot si i ik, HIP tn- .int. (.Ins tmtl to pen hntu theol ninp but M ith mt SHUSH lluj sail mail Und bolus but mi niuble lo tin in tl i sin. k, nlmtel tin d, 111 I il ind H IP ubk lo, nl Hi n ll s V nnnib, i th .s EKIB HOTKL and Dining Saloon, Union access to all tinina and Ims Jjcat uccummoilatioiia lor c. moroial Irarelen. John 3. Murphy, 1'rop I'l iritunr EULKKS CO.. auu 99 E Third street Fine Furniture, Cabinet Hare and Uu- Holatertng 1'ictuie rames nutde to order. C1 MATTK.SON A CO., 301 Central Ave, Leaden of Fashion and Gentlemen Onultters. ITAltKLI, STKASt UKATINO CO.. Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus Samtar> I'lumhing a Spocmlty OHE STKAM LAUNDKY. H Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOc, rullais lo, Cuffa, 4c, and Lace Curtains, free Deliv- ery. A EN riKj TNTI IJIORC'UASIIM i no HA- Lnci: run Pi AND ON J'KK TIIK SAMr. 1'UIN- CIPLK. nmniingE., Center street I I K. DKUM. E Tlunl 3t, cor. ol BulTulo Hanuf icturer and dealer In Fine lioote A. Shoes. U STOKE, 103 K bcliooi Books a specialty JOB PRINTING ol every (lesfiiptionaiul at lowest luring rates by Dunkirk Printing Coin pain, ri au i 10 K. 8e, ond St I 103 K Third at. tlooks. Stationery, Musical In- ftnu rd at. tlooks. Stationery, Musical In- audvfceklt Pauers, thii-K oortainiug to a drat eliiss book Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Meblm A Sons l'i mo will ni] il li, this man b n Hunts iif II s Id th, ut iti n I i tilo'hit it iiillUila ol tu n on, Mi pKtnn i Jiall as an ,s ,s sill st mil, -y, Hit pmm JB. BUKEN SON, Fire Life Accident and General Inaiiraua Deal- On in Kcal fcBtate anil Loans. I'ar.trnlar attention naiU to I lie cireol property collect- ing rents 2iy center Bt, Slid iloui. PHAKMACT, 300 central Avenue Headquarters lor Wall Paper Paints, Oils, Ac. J. W., JL -'04 Center dealerin Ur.dles, l oil u s t h Pjiffali. Kc hcs, T W. Munay, 7 l.ion A made ot Saniury Plumbing team and 19 tutmu. Workmanship guar- i 17 Third streit, Vauiiuublt Tuilor. beiitlemeu mil Unil it to t leir ail> u, call on me belurc pur. hasiur elsewhere B PH. CAKY Jl CO., 3HS Lion street. Ueneral Hard ware, lute Painter's Supplies, Oil cldtlis, Grai tc Wore A srieciil Williams Pa otand RULLMi, mich as lilank-books, leik'urB and a.l kiu.Uol blanks done ut Dunkirk Printing 8 and 10 K. Second st. RUDOLPH MOLDENHAUKK, Cor. Tlunl anU Buffalo Sta., Dealer in Granite, Marble, I lagging and BoildmK ritone. Call on me belorw buying R ISLET CO., and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use Piitcnt Multlei, wlntb lulnu-s tbi lo a minimum Hoyoii mm tbe front of with youi lingers in plajmg Tlic Putuit FnifierOiinril on the MUi Un Soue'-Pinno tlmt Do 3-011 -want u genuine Giuml in l_ p riKlittapc' Tin n tbe Jlihlni .V Sons Will Stilt JOll Do like a sweet full, n nn 1 itt mellow tone' Then the Mclilm i Sons will tbatm }on Have you n taste foi tbp ni tisin Tbc of the Mehlm i. Sons Piano Italian Rtniilixtince with bus-it- lief panels a renl woik of nit nml hi for a palace Do jou wnut n piano of i Minnidiiiary siui-ingqualitj nndikhtaij of touch'' The Melilin A. Sons on tlusc points will win join praise. But here we must stop oui limit, d ipnce will not pet mil us to mention nil thecvU'tnt fenlmts of these tupctli instruments and Hhitbu jmi inlcnil to purchase or not we invite lo call and inspect the Mihhn A Sms I'miio for yourself Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKERK. N. Y. up! I i 1 ,m 1 j, ij' 1" 1 i 't is n i fnl. 1 it u th, V( Hint bin a 'U m but, n, a h h.....l Hi ic t ,1 bislill 1 Mi Di Dull bi sil Ml Villun Uu dis, biin, uthu H un us a sin In llu a I, moon Mi Vilbinii (ontiniu-d Ills uittuiiii nt in the saim UP spoU of Di Hall MS l Vl am "as ei iull> blsn-ijoit, oil 111, ,1 itln I I'olsom 511. Vr Vi V ,1 ,ln ,_, tli, (lil.ns, In, 1 bun, f a r, is in in nhohud I U.ninll ,1 as H mini ss but H ho n is Al, ubk f, ml n as M belli, i amiispaixi eonld nsesiub nn'nn st, Ins li nt and go whi.b h( MiliHss Godl ad mlt, lunsimtiup nonui. plaint i'1 m possession of sml, it lust would rait 01 me ii rim iiitioiliiung this man toamleoi sbull lw to He it in I'M wlit.il of a iieHspnpP, JI H ill a i i_lit to say nlmt ho did' as it imii li asi, a the iinitiissof man' Allusion -nasmnde tolb ulio bus no tons, Insfithii s 1111 i mlt that HH.S iilnntt, ,1 lh ts s ml, ,dj has lulled it 111 id, In a ma i of ill M ..I ,li, lined thnt be luid not nib n t, that mattii ,f the othel suk h id 1 M'lt tlmt-we-nne not tiyniR But ,t these stones Iii II nud tlio ntbusMho tol 1 tin in (oullhai, nun tluoMi, into pi is >n and pun ish. d llmt s what myht hnvi be. a done if tin nil m Ins Has iinbt But nistuid (hot tin di pths ot noithwoods win hi Id mid s.in. l.ai fxilish n.Hspnptr n i-iut linn ,1 some fi unil has n< t IHH 11 iiuiu H! lint thpsp sloinsn.il Ins (pt tli Minn llalpm stun, iihuli was tin, li M H.t nail for thp HK ml tun. "if, Ihe Inil the Abbott littn lonnmnt M.nt llu Hftlpin stattmint the ap I I "111, s, tl ni'i Hin still, I nud s nm 1 11 nh 1 1, 1 an 1 pus ,1 I s, I miil was sum i ,'mints u" i h il I I I" i Wi i 1 u tdith at (adi aid IP Vi I "I" llisiiilulstnil.il land he asHiltj-lm.c m loss to the i, p, i t< M, ,f b, lsu I I ss 1 Stjlltllll H ,s tl, 111 Xt HltllPss I I J lh, pi.sunioi u sail aiij '.J'1'" l I'C-SUI 1 (1 I lilt I an oiuiuoii as t i lion I n be, I mi- 'I Hi hit sl sinnnlu I tl d i 1 i- l i sixty I li b, ''I "I Mini li an iiiutll it lh h, mti m V STItdN I Ml N 'J lu I ilpl. i is inn 11 i i f i th, pri t'xtn m ist, mtMii .n ti us I il, i ,H ibis ab adi i nl i ins sixty i I Hi lull IK sn I Urn the p, I ll u n-. 11 ui i u  i inimtt, uiiMllj the en >i sin, i. n 1 ml the H ,k ,kll> Th'L IH lltb nu I'll "ill IIP nn to thp, Ink of im (lissinmn dm, n, who shnll distnlnite thi ol cuds Ihe annirlw tola mad, In silcitul In tbe I, I ks m thllr IPSpp, (111 Is] His To Iniprme Kiver Hirbnn M JS.HNMON Fi-l, 1 -V, intnv iiupil in the sinatiMestcirtav a ipsoln .1 m as t ,lions Wilder His IIP, pssai m 01 PI t. li-a plmit pin inponniif initlinshi-it iioiks on tl M's ill o s I IT nil Is III "K if ol i i i 11 'I 'I I ins ill o n u i Una! I i mi f tun. Ilil sfs HI 1 ,llf 111 II 'I till I Iti I 1 K Ins, ins, 1 s ipinls llollf.l ll l Hill h 111 I ntll ,1, ll HI 111, Mil t. tint it, th, I ii in nil IK, andlhut ,iiv no, I, i l mi HI I, i 111 d, i ih, mil, itiis n, nl thp tv I lie of II ,1 Hn r. lit I Ion to Hume hail 1, nlu t plaip it Ksl.ad u I b III 'Hi (ui man _, um ll( i alnaiU the limnm piss ,is m Nmtlii ist i miproiei iMit '1 I.n 11, i .ml to li f I, ,i 1 i [I ti Thnt th! am, h Hi r ol a- mai h tie i u. 1 in t lit i use ipi lopnal I t, tin luipin IIP ill siss pp rii t and the huh i, N. -Ml. us nm, iw s h orso up LABOR TROUBLE SETTLTD Slioeniiltci, nt lliifk t., IV (II I, Miss IPI, T In k Itios nuiiiln, ton Mass, tl.d n wns 1 THE DAY IN CONGRESS Mr. lilmr CiMillunp, of Hn.uip Ul, T llm t in smite usiinl.iy H is pun Mi Blan m adio. it tl He did not, on, Ind, Ins n IK oontinu ,1 'Mondai At thi in Insion ol 101 LI bn m, s, tila wiiule bill, 'miTfoi us iloin its the limp of hi nn. n aid tin th, pi llli-l ill tli, bill t pnutinj; H publu binldnr at I., "iston M, ilso the lull M ir'-- tin ol Iniuls to tin ol AURHSU n, fo, Someili a.osi M, Ha, mo_ rhuisdai till Moil ,hn, u HHiik to la> I loiitinue to dnv and tb u no biisnus's lw but Mi Him sail Ih ,t IIP uoul.l s, iioul.l I, nb'i toibs.utlh.ni Von of d'" "llf "w lllsl "v Mi llm i is inoti. t Tlu-sdiatp took foi millI anundniPiits MI oljPltp.1 to Ibp 1...... (hi n nit, nt urns I )ttnt ,1 Ml l'i ill i mnmtb to. t stubli i somu dis ussion tin su t, ,n ,1BS nniPiilpilMiasto bntht.. HIM dii thin mtuiti mstiuhi. months to i k ti Innnsn.i to a ipusti m, MI i'.ntt said p, (KH1 o, sipnip links fntine, he said, nllm lands Hlllld 111 to sdtl, input flips IK lllu tllllt II 1 Houlil ,11, nicud ot mn s MI Hal s.n.1 thes n Up -bonM n tonal lonn ko11.1 mm nl I hi illlli simliss it i isil aih tint it n is m unit mpl ,'n i (l ih to Ihi Inn i Hi >h, lull 11 at'M.-M.mul ml, -nin mOnsipitmK.s M, ii in K ilat ions lo p, ni in i nsm l m, slabs 11, ii'niM iho .i th. till ll HI I bis in th, In asm, in Uu ib l.lnit PHI In ab.l b 10 n mil Mil. IIALSTEAD'S STOUT. THE EDITOR TELLS ABOUT THE 'f BALLOT SHEET FORGERY. ERIE STORE <.oisinoi Fumltor Flint Sliowod Him Ptipe Pomllor Sliowod Him Thought It Wan G.llliliiH, Shoe blucklng i........rrt it pal nlne, it saon n. w po cake thin, per i r CURB inm. per Lieu- Bxlra ulrong bird cage or oi.io Patiry BUelf per pair Feb 7 ,f u i. j I leu spooim, 8 for 11  in to h up s[ 1 i Miin tb n s.iti.n that mmstors I ll11 I "I f politi s Mi M, ,k, I' in (be Pnn h t :l "1 tin u nistium. ntnln, in ,1, thn n iiudiiiil.sl the aitlsliiun ii 111111 ,t I il mt slaii li mull In Ib, i II M' I 1. In d thitth, sin, tollb, H is tinp, iud Ibitlns f( KOBKBT M'KAT, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale, ree.1 and J.ivery Stable. Stebling bv tbe daj- or week on reasonable REIU, J. W., I'M Center street Dealer in Musical and Sewing We make a specialty ol Hrst claaa of Piauos and Farrand A Votey SAM J. G1FFORD, 301 Central Are. (Up lusurance and Iteal Estate Agent. Fire. Life, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention giv an to buTiajr ielling Real Estate J fll C. JONES. I 73 K. Third si., cor Deer. KTtetoior Meat Market. Freah, Salt and Smoked Mean. Lard, Samagea. OyBlera and Poultry.__________________ W ATCUES, JKWBXBV, Bay the Aurora Railroad Watch. Impairing a specially. Frank F. Stapf. SS B. Tbird st. Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cure! ABMIKISTEIima DR. HAIKS' aOLOIN SfECiriC. It can be given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar knon ledfro of the per- jon taking It ;tt In abiolutcl> liarnUesaauilw.il effect a permanent ami speedy cine, whpthei thepatlontls a moderate dilukerci an alcoholic CBCt SPECIFIC CO. inSRacpSl Clntlrnall 0- C. C. PENFOLD. MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, MMX ST, IH FF N 1. l'i U.EK IN JJPOKIIS, f ATCH2S and 9--- Clocks, Silierwnr.., MOCKKS, Tailor, ill Centra) Arraw I f if an A 17 vc, GOLD 4 sir 11 n PLjt T1 a A LINK OP HOLIDAY GOODS itns 1m did I', st snnu ,t tbi I M IIIH llulpni and iihnt Di Bill ind bi di .all d by The Post foi tillinr n tb, n ijists epithets ..siast, ,1 nhiutinor i JviiannUi 'itisml bttl, 1 m. .1 Ins U s.11 alt nulls, .1 h l( l Him siilo foi I II is 11 is tin last sun iimt i b( ht l in t Jost shlulo of ''i i s I id ban. 1 ill tin, soul i ,M, I i.l in I alloiu 1 n statiib ,m t% lv ll'" (l ndiis, n tins'i n s.ioiin to his Mni ,1 lln 1 tbink In sn ninth, i tbi (Jin, t imu-isti it, o' tlu n iti in sh ,11 b. A rmldn I lin the liisl, on it'i is m b i mt iioiiidi ,1, in bun, tbml.i oth sil ml M.II ii.ht L1 t (l lt ,j b l snl lantntl in A HUNT Mm rm- DIM i Art, i Mi Moot conibultl, Mi tin di asked punnsMon to intioln i sfiu, t-Mlenie J Ins VMS ml, d nndJmnisl Fiilleiton took the st mil Mi ton .ud that ho vv is tin Hopubhi in cinliliti i ,itj tittiiuei m ISM i: Stilmll u louti itinti >n ol t'Jli u 'lie It to h.uii poii bov and did not itnuh inoiuv mi name go on Di takef 'H did ut .11, Milvulls imme Mint on h, lh. noni.i ,tonif on would pfli him tin ill i.pb.Kj that he would notsav An Old Grudge Sftiled A, fi i ptb was nnnoied on tin stieot that CJen Knipp Inn man f tin Ropul h, an state ronnmtt. e U i o [mil ivpistimstoi bads, m in a flstu encoiiutei Some sui I Hi ti .nblc iias tin bienking out of nn Idld I i hu Inlattsbuk to the.lutionof ith indntial >fh, (is some )Uus a-o Mi Kuiipimi.unlidit, tin po tniast.i P "I this i ml is fa, lioni 1 Ml "T B. lh contlunrn In, vl, I, ol ih tmtit but it >s ,.11.11 lh M, ,j tool, p] It 111 I Sen ItolH Mnt Iii 7 V lncs.1 n after tin ud imii inn, nt of the btinte nil, sinitois nt the >t In it, mini mill U'th. in pus nt tbej lefused to "'Ie UK k ti mis m diTeiint iln.ttions The, Ji 1 Hi i HI.i fho stnte ]111L to 'out of the sugtant at arms 1 t will block all legislation III Irifv Improving Ti ac-y lunaiiis it th, Wind most thl_ up m bis mom Hn is giadunlli n tinigtli Hi n i vi i ois tin iji i H mix-is .all, 1 and I, tt Sl "'an limv has n, t 'M'I M'k, th, 1 1U I t 1 loll Ihi ?ini YORK nt fmtton- bing -K-stei b.) iias bin but tin l, ukwan bad I fin longs H, wi-flist fallow serond liulst.....tlm I tiim, I fin longs Hiukslouctiist lenl Hob thud tiim 1 riiinl 11, dim fi i mis first Xiilu King Milli mi thud tun, I .MI, Biiirth i a, i Ralph Bimk 1 ,1 nnlh in l.in> CI ml s 07 i u Inlb ilhn.l s. .1 DB inst n I Idli thud, inn i nl i Rnin i lo fbst il I tune Hi t Inn 1 u A Micas, fn 1 n b 7 Ho ,pei, n n M nday 1'" ur H on III s imb. joint 'Iuti ,n t to tl" Missomi iinspiisiut, 1 n "f I, am, nim, ,1, ,b, "'KIDIo i t, 1 liuploi I t Ib ohimbm n t' Hio s I" "1 I I 10 fVIPIIh 11 111 I ,1 I I, li, I l H lixiia long r n pukcn d mth llu oiild ]h s im vnsiloin Jt ol Tins nn I him Hint 111, I i I nml b imm diati h stmt, iu.i. H-M nub "le.KUoi. I'M" lea Mcoppri. Un latimmis t-law liiiminera in l un pnbl, nlioiih and pi d biea.l plates th. in., I MJ H, Mldlulll Wasl, 1 l.xlia lUc JSc .2.V -8c !0c ..'.'.'lOo .10c Sc nioiMi, i nn mning hm, itluottuh wnhb his pans, lOr, per willith. I lie also to the', W ,11 (lie.oirospondince that ha.l ...12c Foi aid i and him- benvy Klcw .I0p ll iiiutt..i, nud a 'LHt 5r Mb Ctosi.uo, Tin illi publishing PRns ................4c .......I. is fib. Jelly pal.s 5c lllll i.tfi.i uhnl, Js........_. 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