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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               XX DUNKIRK N. Y. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 4, 189oT REPRESENTATIVE B USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 6JHW BVUNa MACHIBIE tar ruling all kinds ol Wanks is (he latent audition Mectaaaieal Department of DuakirkiPnenng Company.! c-Ef cij. issber sad Lath. rret 'Sirr.riioedeS. for wholesale lots aad Ceatral except lor fro- No. W Second street, near All work guaraatesd. B' GBOGKKBK tsOUSB, Avenue. and renu) dealw IB and China. OhMsware, Ac. _____tl per day. i and Boardinc ia eonaeetios, Victor Bliiar, SSO and W7 Uoa street SITt---------.----------- Lake Shore Rational ftsnk, eoraei Cesar and Thud streets. A stock oi roMgB and Doaaesnc cigars. Mm, 330 ceater Mrert, Practical hone-dioeis. Particular aUennon tatertanag horeaa. Sboung ol road 1 trooug hones a syeualty. D OBMKBTBB. Largest Duly in the County. An idvertumg medium. formerly aellew aafaclanrs of fcaguses, BoUm. Pulleys, etc. Patterns, Torgiags, CaMtags. aadaWhtsM Work to ontar. riOBsUBK Bassan CO, JM, JUO anir aV7 JJ Center street. Manufacturers of UK aad. perssct itnnii Ones OB sale all leading turnUhmg. clothing aad dry goods houses in Dunkirk. Dr. TOOafBTf, its aad 438 Lion street, Uoalcr in Flour, reed. Baled Hay. Paoe- i. etc. Estabuahed. 18TJ. EmfM and inalng Saloon, Union Depot. Easy access to an trains and bus- taess souses. Beat acoommodaDnns for Com- SMrclaJ Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. E and B. Tuird afreet. Fine runitnre. Cabinet Ware and Up- ansusiliH Pictare made to orler. GI ix SLATOSON co, M Ceatral Leaders of rashiae sad aeatkntn Ontfttsra U CO, ft Healing Apparatus aeaiewy Flaasblng a Specialty. H UaCK BTKAJsl LACHDBT. Our Fine ahirts, 10c; I'ollars, i; Cans, 4c, aad Corlaiaa. Free Deliv- ry. A. w. WT Center street. O B.01 B. Third St.. cor. of Buffalo Maanlacturei aad dealer ia Boots It Show HBHBT wxxLXsra mew STOHB, 103 e. Third st. Books, atatumerr, Muaical In- aad Paoen, everyuuvg pertaiaing to a ant 3ciKKi. Books a specialty. aly Paoen, class book JOB PBUtTHG of every description and ai lowest Uvta( by Dunkirk Printing; Company, and K. secoud st. JU. VAM BinUCIf BOM, Life, Acnrteat and Several luaraaus. Deal- am in apml aad Loans, rariicnlar atseaiion natd to eae oi property coliect- kmgnntsSo. ni 3H Central Avenns tor Wall Paper Paint .Otis. Ac. Center street. aad dealer in Haraeaa, SaUJlos, BnaTalo BobM, 1 E. IT East Third street. Tador. will Ind it to tnor adraniage to call OB me before pnrchaaiag P 9M Lion street UcBonl Hardware. Lead.OUaJ'auitar's OU Cloths, Granite Wan. A spocial- tyuf SherwiaWUhamsPaltitaad Monroe KDUMe. such as blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds ol blanks at Dunkirk PnaUag Company, 8 and W B. Second St llUDOLPB MOLOBmAVKsX K, Cor. Tatrd and BasTalo Slav, Dealer in finuute. Marble, flagging i hoy wwcr ua TTTTI------. Buldrax Call TOOT hoyiat R UUCTACO. 7 and Bast Front street Waiaky. Wines, Braadlea. Uciaor Store for raouly Csa, Ct, Lioa streot. swar lae ____bag, rent and Livery Stabuac by the day oa Central An. (Up aad Heal Batatt Accideat. and Stock aMnbon to bnying rs ly motive power The cylinders are 29, 31 and 50 inches in diameter with 80-inch stroke. Her armament will consist of six 6- Jich rifles and a secondary battery at eight rapid firing guns and a revolving cannon on rail and tripod mounts, also eight torpedo guns and a complete outfit. Broker Qttialaai BoraaBos Payment. Niw YOBK, June Quin- lan, the stock operator who disappeared a month ago, ia again in this city, and yes- terday notified Stock Exchange that he was prepared to pay off all claims with interest for twenty-seven days that have been standing, and baton the close of the exchange several crediton received checks signed by him. His family to state where Quinlan has been. They however, that he has been very sick. tot that he to now in improved health. Cist Bier Threat With a Baaor. MDrsiAPOLH, Minn., 4. Mrs. QaUagber, win of Chris A. Gallagher, nronineot lawyer and politician, cut her Monday night soon after retiring, with a xasssr, expiring almost imme- diatoly. mihaelth is assigned se the GENERAL 9 PORTING NEWS. aawslts of Tnt.rs1e.ys LaUOOB. At Now IfowYark 0 080023BO-4 Boston SOOSOJT8 U hits-New York Bottan IS. New York T, Boston and Brown; aad KeBy. Umpires-Matthews aad Banning. At Philadelphia. 1 Brooklyn hits- Philadelphia 7, Brooklyn Errors-Philadelphia 1. Brooklyn S. Batteries Hunted, Bnfflntou and Cross: Mnrpar aad Daily. Knight and Jones. At Bnasto. 1 8 0 0 0 toe. bio-Buffalo T, PUtsburg Bnftalo 8, Plttaburf 2. Batteries-Haddock and Black: Oalvin and Carroll. and Holbort. At Chicse'o. 9 Cleveland lt080fOOOO-8 Chicago 1, damlaad i. 1. Clmhud 1. Baturics-Kins; aad Buy IK O'Brien and Snydor. eatfaey aad HATIOBTAL LSAOCS. At New Yark- N.wYork. J Brooklyn 010 311302 Uts-Now York I, Brooklyn 30. Errors-New York i, Brooklyn S. Batteries-Burk.tt, and aemmers; Lovett aud Daly. MeQoaid. At Puiladdnhla- PhQadelpliiii. Bostm .000310010-4 Base Philadelphia I, Boston S. Philadelphia S. Boston X. bleason and Clarkaon aad Beuaett. Powers Zacaariaa. At Clevehud 0 Cincinnati a Cleveland 4, Claclnnatt 1. Battertes-Wadsworth aad Zlmnurr; Fore- man and Baldwin. Umpire -Lynch. At Plttubarg 1 01130010- 7 Chicago I Bane PltUburg Chicago 13. Ptttsbnrg 3, Chicaco T Herker. Sowders and Coaghlin and McOormott. AamicAn ASSOCUTIOB. At Syracuse 2101030000100-7 Athletic I Baw Syracose 17, Athletics 9. ayracuae S, Athletics 3. Keefe and Brigga; Eiper and Bob- Lnaon. Al Brooklrn. ....0 Base Brooklyn 7, Rochmtar 3- Errors Brooklyn t, Rochester 8. .Vlartimore and Toy: Barr and Daewhsr. At Coininhas 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 6 Toledo M, Toledo 4. Columbia '1, Toledo 2. Eaaton and O'Connor; Cuahman Emslie. At Louisville 6 at. Lonto U, St. Louis U. Loniavtlle 1, St. Louis 6. Stivetts and Monyan; atratton and Ryan. Barn am. Hforris Park MORRIS PAKE, N Y., June 4 races here yesterday resulted as follows: First race, H mile: Fritz ttrst, Lima sec- ond, Nellie Ely third, time, 48. Second race, IK miles, the Algeria hand- icap: Tristan first, Prather second, Sir Dixon third; time, Third race, mile, the Van Nest stake, For 2-year-olds: Retribution gelding first, Chatham second, Kirkover third, time, Fourth race, Ladies' stakes, for 3-year- nlliea, vards: Siualoa first, Gloaming second, Bibelot third, time, Fifth race mile Esquimau flrst, Max- im us second, Kempland third; time, Sixth race, I mile- Brother Ban first, Prince Royal second, Bella B. third, LATOKIA, June races here yester- day resulted as follows: First race, 1 mile: Fonso first, Silver King second. Silver Lake third, time, Second race, 1 mile and 70 Clamor first, Robin second. Crawfish third; time, Third race, IX Tenacity first, Bouita second, Hydy third, time, Fourth race, the La ton i a Oaks, 1 >i miles, 'or 3-year-old fillies. English Lady first, Julia second, Daisy F third; time, 308% Fifth race, 4% furlongs: Bramble Bush Srst, Tom Dogers second, Miss Hawkins third; time, 5o% Stephen B. Elktau- Doagkt.r Bburtod. NEW YOBS, June Sarah Elkina, ildest daughter of Stephen B. Elkins. and Uaj. A C. Pliphant of Trenton, N. J were married last evening at the residence at the bride's father Rev. Heber Newton ifficiated. Among the ushers were James V. Long of Pittsbnrg, Richard Colter, Jr., of Grecnsburg, Pa., and Lieuta. Griffin and Woodward, U S. N. The wedding was a quiet and very select affair. Among :he numerous coHtly and beautiful presents were gifts from President and Mrs. Harri- son, Secretary and Mrs Blaine, Secretary and Mrt. Windom, Andrew Carnegie end Gen. Sewell and staff sf the New Jersey state militia. CoBsrresasaaB LOGASSPOBT, Ind., June A dispatch o The Journal from Kokomo Judge Waugh of Tipton county was nominated on the fifty-first ballot last night to suc- ceed Congre-wnan Cheadle in the Ninth district. Up to the ninth ballot the vote stood: Cheadle, 80; Waugh, SS; La Toi- lette, SO; Lindley, 85. On the fifty-first ballot Wangh received 133 vetea. A railing Smokestack Two asesw OMAHA, June 4. During a storm at Qlenwood, lax, the brick smokestack of the Institution for the Minded fell and crashed through roof, killing Wesley Emory and William Lane. John Fred Wright and David Landon were seriously injured. The building wae damaged to the amount of Valley Now TortBlBBl BITBLEHEM, Pa., June Lehigh Valley Railroad company has purchased a hundred-acre farm at Freanuuwburg as a terminal for ita new road to Philadel- phia. DOM.ifi.AMP CHIMNEYS TO'J C T E WSDSG t, IRE ciuED PEARL TOP CONGRESSIONAL WORK. THE DAY'S DOINGS IN THE HOUSE ANB SENATE. The Dohate am the SUvor BUI Is 1 lowed by B LoBcth? Olmasloo of OB Important AasrodBuut to rortll callow Appropriation IJUI. BaslB.es TrBSswetod la taw House. -------------is, June the me- morials and other papemj presented to senate and referred yesterday, wereresoln Hens from Louisiana legislature ex tending thanks and the presi for the relief afforded to the sufferers from the recent Mississippi floods. silver bill was taken np and Mr Pugh addressed senate His speech was largely devoted to a criticism of the tariff bill. referred to Mr ButUr worth's speech in house exposing the "asteanding robbery" of the people by the copper corporations, and asked how it was that a system which produced snch men etreus could to receive sanction of a great national party that now had poaaession of every branch of the government and had obtained restoration to power on the of protective policy The necessity for a more expansive cur rency was perfectly apparent and its ex iatance could not be ignored by congress. That necessity could not be met by any legislation that came abort of making available entire supply of American te secure a circulation sufficiently expansive to meet the demands of the people, aad to satisfy their reasonable and legitimate should, therefore join his vote to the votes of those who were in favor of free unlimited and com- pulsory coinage of geld and silver bullion. Here several important senatebills were taken from the calendar and passed. silver bill was again taken np and Mr Farwell addressed the senate He de- clared himself in full accord with the pur- pones of bill, but said that he was to favor of going still further He would ase far money all the silver offend, and not a stipulated mm as provided for in the bill, aad would com it at market The national bank system should tajjreesrved and the snb-treamry system He bad offered an amendment to the bill providing that all the Issues of the gov- ernment should be a legal tender for all debts, public and private. The govern- ment was strong enough and rich enough to pay all ita debts. His object in favor- ing the abolition of the sub-treasury was to have all the money of the people in the channels of business as it was before the passing of the independent act in 1840. At the conclusion of Mr. Farwell's speech the bill waa again laid aside and the fortl- cation bill was taken np. An amendment to increase the appropri- ation for rifled sea coast mortars from to 1400.000 gave rise to a discussion In which the exposed condition of Amer- ican sea ports was discussed by Messrs. Dawes and Hale and their apprehensions were ridiculed by Mr Cpckrell The lat- ter, commenting upon a remark that an iron clad of even fourth class power could levy contributions on the seaboard cities- said that he would Great Britain to levy a war contribution of even a nickel on New York The act would followed by an invasion of Canada, and a confiscation of every particle of property owned there by Great Britain amounting to billions and billions The discussion was continued at great length. It waa participated in by Senators Cockrell, Dawes, Hale, McPherson, Gor- man, Plumb, Dolph, Reagan and Platt Finally the vote was taken and the amend- ment was agreed to 22. The next amendment that attracted at- tention was the proposition to strike out two items for the Watervliet arsenal, New York, on appropriating for the erection of the south wing, and the other appropriating for machinery. Mr Edmunds favored the proposition. After debate withont action the senate p. m adjourned till 11 a.m. Df THE HOUSE. ----------TON, June speaker laid before the bouse the honse bill for the acquisition of a site for a post office building in Washington with senate amendments thereto The amendments were non-con- curred and a conference was ordered, Messrs, ilillikcn, Lehlbach and Clnnle being appumte.l conferees. On motion ot Mr. Perkins of Kansas the senate bill naa pntised. ch-inumg the boundaries of the reservation of the Utes. Adjourned. HIS SECOND MURDER. Lindsay, a Tcnnosseo Desperado, Finally BnB to Earth. KHOXVILLF. Tenn June re- ceived hei-e .lite that Bud Lindsry. dep- uty lunnhii) and 'tilled Kilts, a dis- tiller in Campbell county, Monday Lind- say got enraged beca ,ie refused to sell him a "mailer qaaotity of whisky than ten gallons. The distiller's son, thinking his fsther ij clanger, threw a stone at T.inrt-.iv then attempted to shoot but his party took his pis- tols flora him They left, and when a awav Lindsay asked for bis saying: he would do no harm with tie got them and immediately rode back to Kilts' honse. The Litter saw c._rae and lockod the door, bat Lmdsii-- j__e it downed shot Kilts twice, him .nstsntly He then attempted to shoot m ciKaed inJ Ml little jirl. wlvl.tl, b. r It te that Lindsay's party ar- rested him and (rave him over to the sheriff of the county. Lindsay is a des- perate character. This is hia second murder. Eadlnx of a Trial. TJTICA, N. Y, June 4 the jury in the case of D Webster Stoddard, who been on trial for forgery at Herkimer, yesterday announced a verdict of gnilty, Stoddard arose and went into an ante-room of the court honse, pulled a revolver from lis pocket and shot himself through the bead. It is thought that Stoddard will die. The case is the most sensational ever Eried in Herkimer county and the unex- pected tragedy at its close causes great excitement. At midnight Stoddard was still unconscious, but the physicians say that he may recover, though his brain will always be affected. Appointment, uj Removals. WASHISOTOH, June secretary of the treasury yesterday appointed W Q. Roodge superintendent of construction of the Marine hospital at Evansville, Ind., and William Perry, superintendent of con- stractiOB of the court home and postofflce' building it CkraravOIe, 8. C John H. Bell, chief of the secret division, treasury department, was removed from his pool tion. Bis successor has not yet been ap- THE TAX ON FERMENTED LI A Bill Kepoalftag tfce lalonal Tax CuiUr CortaiB BostrleMoKS. WASHISOTQN, June the MB ate bills ensued by the senate yesterda was one te amend section of tho re- vised statutes so as to make it road: "Every person who withdraw! any for mentod liquor from any hogshead, barrel keg or other vessel upon which tho stamp has not been affixed, for the purpose of bottling the same, or who carries OB o attempts to carry OB the business: of bot- tling fermented liquor in any brewery 01 in any other place where fermented liquor is made or any ware house, shall be liable to a fine of and the property used in sach bottling or business shall be liable to forfeiture. "Provided, however, that this section skall not bo construed to prevent tho withdrawal and transfer of fermented Uqnors from any of the vats In any brew ery by way of a pipe line or other conduit to another building or place for tho solo purpose of bottling the same, such pipe line or conduit to bo constructed and op- erated la such manner, and with such cisterns, vats, tanks, valves, cocks, fau- and gauges, or other ntenuils or ap- paratus, either on the premises of the brewery or the bottling house, and with such changes or additions thereto, anc sach locks, seals or other fastenings anc ander snch rules and regulations mm shal be from time to time prescribed by the commissioner of the internal revenue, sub- ject to the approval of tho secretary of tho treasury, and locks and seals prescribec be provided by the commissioners of Internal revenue at the expense of the United States "Provided, further, that the tax Imposed in section 3 of the revised statutes of the United States ihall be paid on all fer- mented liquor removed from a brewery to a bottling house by means of a pipe or conduit at the time of sach removal, by the cancellation defacement by the collector of the district, or his deputy, in tho presence ol the brewery, of the number of stamps de- noting the tax on the fermented liquor thus removed. The thus cancelled and defaced shall be imposed of and accounted for in the manner directed by the commissioner of internal revenue, with the approval of the secretary of the treasury To provide for the exportation of fer- mented liquors in bond withont payment of internal revenue tax. The bill provides that from and after Jan fermented liquor may be removed from the place ol manufacture or storage, for export to a foreign country, without payment of tax, in snch packages and under snch regula- tions, and upon the giving of snch notices, entries, bonds and other security at th he Kemtnifton meeting, and three over- sow meetiuKs were necesaary A big pa- rade of workingmen preceded the meet- Heaolutiona were adopted declaringthat )otL piu ties bad promiaed to amend the rariff so aa Lu iciuov. unnecessary burdens and enlarge our markets, that the party now in power had, on the contrary, pro- posed to aad to the burden and restrict the market by the McKlnley bill, and that he meeting would be satisfied with nothing short of free raw materials and uch general reduction of the tariff as to heapen the necessaries of life and open oreign thus securing steadier work and more comfortable living for the rorkmgmen. The announcement of a letter from ex 'resident Cleveland was greeted with great applause. The letter waa follows. Nsw Yoax. Mar 1800. 'o F A. Herwlg, Esq., Secretary: M T DVAa I tbrona-h you to thank he Kensington Reform club, formerly known as the Working-men's TarisT Reform associa- tion, for the courteous Invitation I elved to attend a mass mmttac on even- ng of the W of June. terms In which invitation ia expreasod convinces me that ueation of tariff reform Is receiving- atten- tion it deserves from moat vitally inter- ested In Just and fair solution. I know that with the feeling uow abroad in oar land, and with the intense existence and activity of such luba as roars, theclajm presumptuously that people at the laat election Anally paasad upon the subject of tariff adjustment, will be mphatically denied: and that our working- men aad our farmers will continue to agitate this and all other questions Involving their welfare with increased zeal and in the light of ncreaaed knowledge and experience until they an determined finally and In accordance with the American sentiment of fair play. I use no idle form of words when I say that I regret my engagements aad profewlonal occn- latlon will not permit me to meet the mem- iers of your club on the occasion of their mass meeting. Hoping that who are fortunate nonun to participate will find It to their profit, and that the meeting will la all be a great success. I am youn, vny truly, OBOVEB CLKVWLABD. Meeting of tho HosoBle GrmBd tVodgo. NKW YORK, Grand Lodge f Free and Accepted Masons held their 08th annual communication at the Ma- sonic temple yesterday afternoon. Then 800 delegates present. The meet- ng was called to order by Grand Master Vrooman of Herki- mer, who read hhi annual address showing highly prosperous condition of the order. Ilia was followed by the report of Grand Secretary Khlers. Grand Treasurer Gor- men also read his report The reports will be considered to-day. Plans were resented for the proposed Masonic and school at Utica for the widows and rphans of Masons. To-day the election f the grand officers for the Masonic year 1880-W will be held, and it is said that jrand Master Vrooman and his entire staff will be re-elected. WASHINGTON, June house com- mittee on postomces and post yes- terday authorized a favorable report on w bill introduced in the house by Mr. ingham of Pennsylvania, to provide for he employment of twecity-eU supervisors f postoffiew. A favorable report waa Iso authorized on the bill Introduced in he house by Mr. Calwell, to reclaasify and Ox the salaries of postal clerks in the railway mail service. Pa., June rblte, head of the lumber firm WUto> ofthe Williams-art company, died yes- }UJRNI3HIJSQ Gentiemen s Gentlemen s Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's unlauudried white Shirts, only fl.oo white ahirta. only -25o. linen C'uff9 only Sue. only 45c. Neckties only 35c. Neckties only 35c. British Hose only ____ 20c. Linen Collars only 65c. Flannelette Shirts only 37 anil 33c G5c. summer Underwear only 43.. 12Je seamless Hoae only 7 superior quality finest collar buttons per dot. 4c 12 Jc, linen dnest Handkerchiefs only 5c 25c. wire Armlets only J2c 50c, Cuff Buttons only 23c Scarf Pins only .23c 25c. Cuff Holders only SPECIAL, ANNOUNCEMENT L'OB S building kits, ltT'1 E. WORKERS WANTED Mm, anil women annta Big pay. Steady work free. No needed. J. Kiuscti WBtTNVr, riurserynian, blocttester, N. 3TODDABT A CO Patent Attorneys, 613 JSt, Washington. D C., oun U a Patent Of Ice. rateutl, Caveala anil Be Issues Trade Marks registered. All Patent buiines conducted for moderate Fees. Information Advice and special references sent on rpui !7SN0 ti Ml00 A MONTH can te n IIS.W M woriung tor U8. pre erred who can (urnitih -A burst; ami give their whol time to the nuainvHH. Spare moments may be pront ably employed also. A few vacancies in town ncf cities. B. P. JOHNbON at CO., rooo Man it., Rutuaond, Va. BKMOVAL. H Dr. Ui'n. K. Blarkham hiu remnvixt lui ultli and I'eHitlenoe to No NtinH. OFKH-E a. m. till u.....i, ip.ro till p. in. Sunday torennim and evening! i; appointment. Will buy IJU Uuve n> venieuf-niom nenprc en. coal and wotxl hoiine, haiHhmme verantla nd bark utoup ami storm-house screen duora and windows, storm satflieB ani outside bandiHimply papen'd, newly tainted insuta and out, aud sink it iltvhen aud h> drant lor lawn. Lot iwxli new aidewalh s, fruit trees, (rarden and hot-bad A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT [n the UercbantB of Jacob Wirtner or Frank May CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of Cqual to any in the city, and it pricris that will pay you to htm befoi a purchasing. -ODR SPRING AND SUM- MER LINE OF lafori Tie: u. Sips THEM IN ENT LEATHER BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON, 213ajCentre Street There is no better place to buy Roses, Stam-ro.w.1 weeping-roses, all kinds of fine ernamental plants, coleoa gerarieutus, toruatoe and cab- bage plants, than VANDERMEULEN-8 GREEN HOCBB Cor. Eagle and Seventh 8U. Buffalo, BLOCK. 2 Main Street, Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto to None." We wish to be second to none m your service. Try na see. We wish to imprest upon oar out of town friends, in view of the) proposed changes in the Uriff the probable increase in the cart of nearly all kimig of dry thsU the month of June will be .MB month for them to were ncvrr lower than they eneat in our .tore. If the proposed tariff bill putata, iccs mutt go up. We are offering splendid bar- gains in sateens and ginghnou summer wash fabrics of all kiadtv The balance of our spring of cloaks are selliug cheap. We quote the following in underwear: Gentlemen's blue mixed ahirU noel drawers in medium at Me. per suit. Gentlemen's Balbriggan underwear, 50c. suit. Gentlemen's blue angola sbirU mmd drawers at 25c. each, Ladies' Jersey Tests M low M life, each. Ladies' balbriggan rests with trimming, only ISc worth 35c. Good grade Jersey read at 25c. White und black lisle thread vesta at 7Jc. each. Silk veste, all colors 7l5c. eacb. Linen pricts will be considerably ad- vanced if the tan IT ia changed. Oar prices are much below even camnt prices, and we are selling sjaftg napkina, O'Uyleys, towels, etc.. at ran bargains New atylcH in paranoia. New style i in gloves. New styles in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for Rugs, Draping and Ata leldnB ari AKKBICAJf J96-4O2 MAIN HTBl BUFFALO. N. T.________ PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, IBM KADI m, m. w diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goods, We. a coamjcm Lorn or Holiday HAUT STREET. Inqoois BoM. MiCSETt- i Go to Monroe's for Curtains andFixtures NEWSPAPER!   

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