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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. HCW MACHINK lor rollD all kiiuts of u the latent aiuiiuot Sltidtanir-al Department of DunkirklPnntiug Cora pan 7 J al aiul Wood Tartl. Central Aveaoe, oppoeitt Nickel Plate All cradM of Hani and Sort Coal Lumber ami 1Mb free Correspondence lor wholesale lou aodcttad. K at ami I rntral Ave Arttfe Photographs Babies a ipeeialty aittei (or sunshine excent to DOOK iBVine. pnetnr. So K. Seionil itreet. near Buf SSlo street. Dunkirk. N t sUiraiiuui. Mu eu in all Onk-n. promptly attended to. All work BOBCHBITS CKUCKEBT HOUSE, 308 Central Avenue. WhaleMle and retail dealer I i ported ani -niainnr China. S1BAC1AUUUA HUTIU, per .lay UverT awl Hoarding Stable in connection Vi  Nagle. Prop.. Uuiler Lake Shore National Bank corner Center aaMi Xbirtl A k of rorriga aail Domestic Ligara. 33H center street, oone-tboen. Particular attention ('Co interfering atuwiog of J trotting buneii a ipeeiairy t) DNKIHK BVENISU OBSERVER. Larmt Daily in the Conuty Aa anequalled idTerUauiu- me lium UOHKIKK ENOUrECHIKU COMPANY rora-erlr aellew A Hopule Manufacturers ot Eugtnea. Botleria, Pulleys, Uangen, etc. Pattern., rurtpii Cwtiagu, and Machiae Work tu onier 9HIKT CO, alt, anil U Center street. Manufacturers of 'Cromwell" and "Dunkirk perfect fltl Drew bhiru on sale in all leading furmsli: loUunff antl >lry goods houses in Lfiuikirk Dr TOOMKT. 134 and UK Lion street, Dealer in Flour. Feed. alt. Balwl liny ft EKIB HOTEsL tunl uinlng saloon, U mut, Depot, luwj acceiu to all trama and bua Qoaitea. Bent ttccotnuMMliib me tor Com- aannal TraTclerm. John 4 Murptiy Prop Cl rotrd Btreet. Fiae Foroiture, Cabinet Ware an l Picture Frames mudt. Co CONGRESSIONAL THE BUSINESS TRANSACTED IN THE NATIONAL CAPITOL the Greater Portion of tl.a Day IB the Senate Oeenpled la au Exhaustive Dlsrnulon of the Silver Bane (.'Mellon Debated at Lenfth In Ihe Hotix. TON Jane 7 the senate yes- terday morning Mr Mitchell moved to reconsider the vote by which the senate Thursday a bill authorizing the eonatructioa of a railway bridge the Columbia river near Vancouver The notion waa entered. The bonne amendment to the senate bill for a public building at Beaver Falls, Pa., waa disagreed to and a conference Raked. A new conference waa ordered on the dependent pension bill The silver bill was taken up and Mr Plumb addrraaed the senate If then waa inch Bnancial health, soundness and pronperitv m the country aa pictured by Mr Hutock Thnnday, why not let the tariff ami financial system of the country alone? He was willing to abandon his idea in favor of flat money and to widen ;he bane of the credit struaure by adding to it all the silver that the United States mm Is could turn out. The senator from Ohio (Mr Sherman) had aaid in a brief speech which he made time ago on a minor clause of the silver bill in a burst of candor which had not chara, t-ertzwl hia speech of Thursday, ;hat gold and silver had been created by ihe Almighty as money and such they bad ieen from the beginning of time "What THE CEDAR KEYS TROjSLE Pre.fd.ai Snjrs the Kami OAcen Jaunted 1. Their Acti r Tune 7-The preslden sent to Hie nate ycstenlaj in to IL >f mfor mation the arhawl landing a an aroiHi frrim the I nitH revenue cutter McLane at Cedar Keys, 'h-- alleged of th  and alle.ed pur suit 01 cf the in the surrountinj r mntrr, a'letter contain Ing wholly IcaiiLtsMjJl tue luforma- tion t ment atxnit -It will idetit that the United States collector ol by the to th Acttu e depart- e matters inquired the pree- customs at Cedar Keys been driren by (.and rbreats ol the place as- Mr I'lumb spoke of the sliver bill In connection with the question of protec- Jon The senate bill had been from bis office and fromfce town, and thi administration of the laws of the L ni ted states at that the violt-nt one Cottrell the mayor aisled by his town marsfiall, Mitrhell If It hail been neoeaeary as I do not think it can be in any case, for a L nited States officer to appeal to the local auth- entic fur immunity front violence In the exercise of his duties, situation at tedar Kejs did not mggttt, or encourage such an appeal, fur whom the ap- peal would have beep, addressed, were themselves the lawless Instruments of the threatened violence will always be ajrreeable to me if the total authorities, acting upon their own sense of duty main tain the public order in such a way that the officers of the I mted States shall have no occasion to appeal the Intervention of the general government but when this is nor done I hall deem 4t my duty to use the a lequate tested in the ex hold and exercise the efices established by the feileml constitution and laws used in this case were, In Ihf NEWS FKOM ABROAD. ENGLAND'S ATTITUDE IN RELATION TO EXTRADITION CASES An Important Memorandum on the Sab- Jeet lotted by Home Secretary Mat- Workmen Full from a Chimb StMp mml Art) if ix itaTnsuN a 301 Central ate., Leatlenof rashioaanil tiejiUeraen UntHuers. II AMU. HBATUta CO.. Siaaatactarersof Steam Healing Apparatus. Sanitary Plnmbinf a Specialty II OSSK 9TEAM LAIIHUKV Our upecialues fine Shirts, lilc l ollars L cummi ngs, 9u7 tenter street. te. Luffs, 4c and Lace curtains free ary A W II R. OIU1V. E Tumi it. our oi BaVsJo MaDafaettirer aud dealer in Fine Boote A Shoes WEILKK-S NKW STOKC. E Thirii st. dtabonery, Muau-al lij Pavers everything pertaiaing to it nmt book Scano bnoka JOB I-IU.MTINU at every description and at lowest tinag rates by uunkirk Printing Company, B and 10 k. secoud S.L m. BBBKN SUM. nn  THF HOISE W ASHIV.T Juue T -In the house yes- terdai the members occupied their time in aleiiirth> iWI on the siher bill Mi land of Minnesota opened the dis suasion by stating that he represented an agricultural district the of which were poor and not wholly prosperous. He laid that the depressed condition was due to low price- of agricultural products, whic h he believed were affected by the Amount of money in circulation Mr W Hirer of Massachusetts denied that there w business depression because )f low pnces 1 here was not a solitary fact that ju-uhed the statement? made in oiuuge Mr Blciint of Georgia contended that the deiiioiutuatioii of siher had cast a their efforts to bring these men to merited punishment is the matter of surprise an 1 regret It is a very grim commentary ipou the condl i tion of social older at Ledar Keys that uly a woman who had as she savs In her "er no son or husliund who could be Foreign LONDOV, June 7 important mem orandum hag been issuwl bv the home sec- retary Mr Henry Matthews, reciting in detail the formalities necessary to be ob- served in the prosecution of extradition cases While no especial reason is given for the issuance of the notice the general understanding is that the efforts of Ger many Prance and the other continental powers to induce England to enter into an agreement to deliver up fugitive ists and other political offenders upon re- quisition have called it forth as a partial explanation of England s attitude in the matter though the real cause of the re- luctance of the government to join m the suppression of that obnoxious class is not made plain A SUIT AGAIX3T THE LIVF The owners of the steamship Aldersgate have brought suit against the Inman steamship company for salvage earned in towing into port thedisabled steamer City af Pans The case excites great interest In maritime circles owing to the large unount involved aud the resistance of the Inman company of extreme grounds nn.L FROM A CHCRI H STFEPLF At Gorhtz, Prussian Silesia >esterdaya lumber of slaters were eugagi i in repair ng the top of a lofty churi h -teeple while i c irious crowd below watched their movements Suddenly the staging upon which there were three men, gave way and he men fell to the ground A shout of lorror went up from the crowd an the men bounded from a projecting part of the teeple and whirled witb fearful velocity toward the pavement and for a moment after they struck the ground and lay quivering everyone feared to go near them when they were taken up it was found that nearly every bone in their bodies was broken and their flesh so badly mangled DUNKIRK N. Y SATURDAY. 7, 1890. WEST POINT EXERCISES aa to defy recognition Severe frosts have prevailed in the lett mail c us bench but in the main ail of the graj c jated lads here feel that they are to be numbered among the fortunates The first class WH.S under tire yesterday In both the Spanish language and in law These are the last studies of the flrst class Then they will be released in a great de- gree from the strict discipline they have undergone for four years After the lasses haie all been examined it will be several davs ere the relative standings will be made known The drill set down for yesterday by the program was the school of the soldier mounted in which two platoons of the nrst class under com mand of apt Uornt Fourth cavalry gave an ex ellent exhibition of proficiency m horsemanship The drill took plate in the ndmg hall and owing to Its limited capacity only the nearest fr-emls of armv officers had much i f witnessing it On thw ac (mint ir is generally considered the mov able part of the program and is gone through on the rlrst stormv afternoon luring the commencement week Arrange to say the stormy day arrived just right for the program and ram wu.s falling as the V. est Point 400 gathered at the hall The board of visitors and their ladles with members of the academic staff occu pied the south gallery exiluslvely The drill nf one h >ur s duration aud m ist tlnilling ind exi iting in character The i i lets (1 ul m Krey riling suitM, ln us crowd will be present who w cs then holding a subordinate place arrangements fir the parade to the P' k elaborate and the temper organuations will turn out in full number of stands have been i-ti ms service i ipers accompanying IP rl 11 t I ipers accompanying the message inch le I he correspondence between the department of justire and Marshal eeks I ami between the treasury department and I the i. n rims officers and officers of the I "lie erected f >r the revenue cutter UcLane The report of E 1. F-tnuiL'e the I nited Mates deputy marslnil who was senr to Cedar Keys to sean h for ottrell ami Mitchell with war- rintsf r their a-re-t ws that Cottrell was n ,t f Hind 'int Miti hell was arrested and 1 ,n bail He says that he and Capt -smith of the Me I jine were victim bv the people who fooled them sev eral time-in their efforts to capture Cot- trell The attorney general hesajs has been misinformed in the marterof their search lilts dne lings unlawfully In every case he sajs they asked permission, which was cheerfullr grunted The reports i f i apt bmyth and J H Pinkerton collector at Cedar kevs agree w ith the reports that, have been published Shot HI, Father-ln-Law PotriiKFFPsii. N Y June T-The an I thontiesof Dutchess county have been notifled of a murder that was committed m the town of Lnionviile on Tuesday af teruoon last when ashington (Jhvet an peafcers and m my mem bers of parhiment are expected to put hemselves ou record as again-t the bill Parliament Will Adjourn In July Li MXJN June 7 Vs a result of the cib- uet coum il held Thursday the guvern nent announi es its resolve to adjoiiin the session of parliament at the end of July until the middle of October The goveru ment also pr jposes that the trrand com mittee of the house of commons proceed with ccmoderation of the lar, 1 purchase tithes and licensing bills conjointly and further proposes that a new standing order be adopted enabling the house to j "P alr resume work ou anpossed bills at the next (umrt martial sessioufnrn the stage reached in the nre over with in I and mirth 1 fjrth 11 their barracks they had justian-e m feel that they merited the appl th it fi 111 ved them In the evening Iresn par ulp was eii-ed with owniiLttothe rimfall Today the pi jurrim ponto.m bruUe I mdmg as the exen i-es an 1 will be Hewed from the river trjnt ar the n rth end of the pout Ibe lii., j mnj imliilates for id mission to the m t ieim will njt com mense to arnve until -iturlayof next u 'it and IT being the dates rew of the spec-ran rs who listen to the sweet nui-ic if the ban! on evening parule km w that six of rhe men furnish IllUthe mil-l are f nsoiiers wht white ivi-sh the tminl hoii-e walls the Jav are mar tied up tn m the prison a bilf 1 >ur in I, fill 111 I lie in 1 Uj tl their pri-. n h< n e to ire rnturned to bit' rrn Baitene (iu-jield and zfmmei- Htttohla 'on and hntnlDgi! 1. At t mi in. miinti s- 0 013300 i, Huwhit- 10 Pltt-hiirjlO r i r r- i 1-4 Pin bine aud Uei_ i Foreman aud Baid in t mplre It i ,t st Phila i I It C 1 M70RkEBs WANTED rom  )up L a plu r'ra.l.'.f rrade Marki regutered All Patent bi conducted lor moderate feee Inlorm advice and special reference, sent uu ri '5 i tt ni lun utf IV Brooklyn W i who can furnish MONTH can for us. Pers horse ami give thei made n. r whole ill I I I) II II 0 (I 11 11 1 II 1 u K. bester iiot hf-ler in 1 I jv C ahlittn and game pottt- AI Pr, i i po- VFW 10RK STATE LHGIK Pn y t I )Ue-kIll I) I IKJ inta iit-tl ram pistponed, Ji 1 buy I'nve slieet-a .on ,tlnf veuleut s rixim h nine lot In a prei. Hen, i oal anil wood house, nandnome veranda and vestibule, back and sU.rm bouse screen do. m and window, .torm unlies ouwi.le ndn hui.lHomt-ly paiwri d n. wlv pamu.1 and out ialir au.l .ink li kltcueu aud h driiit lor liuii lot HUildu sidewalks, fruit trees, g-inl.n iu.1 hot bed' ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchants Hunk.Building f Inqime of U Jacob Wirtuer or Frank May 11 Lue reacnwi in the pre l _ one Mr ann. nnceil i c the house list night that Mr bmith wnul shortlj make proposals requiring an autumn recess Ihese men are the fellms who struck for an ulvau i of p ou the tir-t of June refusing! i fill m fjr reMew pur chi-edak K if i ifel r ind Taking up pos iti in ju the irr f Fort P it dieered lustily and lonu hi never the ban 1 -truck i be tried by a jeneial -s -i i n as gnuluation is then undent redly be 30D Center tenet, aatactarer anil liealer m Harnens, 3ad -lea pa, Buffalo Sobea H >rae Miuene anil sleigb ttobee U WBULTES, f. 17 Tkud itreel, funinauMe Tailor. beaUemen will llD-l u to tneur lo call on me before pnrrhaimc alMwHere. L> a- CAKV a co, J S3 Uon street. ticneral Wnite Supuim, ml cloUu, te Ware. A special ty.fshfrwifcWiluaimPa.il land Monroe range. HDLUiU. aucli aa blank uookji, ledren.ani: all kiatls ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Comoany. j aad 10 K. Second at. KbUULPH Cor Third and Buffalo Uealrr m branile Marble Biukbnii atone. Call on me Before bnvuu Tourai.fe-walk. RISLCV (XX. 7 anil 9 Bait Front street. Whisky, Wlnea. Brandiee. Liquor Store for lainily RUBKBT VKAT, Luw street, near the depot. Sate, feed antl Livery Stabto. Stabling by the day or week on naancatite SAM J OtrrOSUt, Ml Central Ave I Up Ueneral lusnrance an.I Real Biibife Fire. Life, Aecideal, aatl Live Slock InMmatie. attenbon inven b> Qiyj Meiuog Kcal TC. JORKS,   that time The only complet? and tie? sn fect remedy wa.- to reverse the action of i TrtiHt Funds. l I I lime was made public ve-tei lav rtiac I weph R Hunt tmg one .fthe rnur prominent citizens of East illi tnn i- a defaulter of trust fnmis ronhiled to his are to the extent of 000 Mr Hunrtm has mirte _ __ siimmenr for the ent fit of hi- t rertitors I U Mr of North Chrolin. de- .Tth" ih" rmperor Will Curtail HI, BEPLIN Tune is state.! that Em peror W illiara will not extend his pro posed to ir if the norrhern kio.'ilnms t include a- he h id intemit- i Th reason for bis rlmuje of protfriin is given but it is believed that the r-ondirTo of Ins ht-ilrh resulting from IJLS receu mjurj has caused him to shorten h: journey RUN DOWN BY A TRAIN A Train the Tmrk and Topplm Over a ,s se, tion Iten i me, TheVorthwest u fnm Freepjrr whic' 1 k. jump 1 rli i -t ol it 11 r in r f i br tiou men rt work fr n rhi1 pom wheri n ern ri reaches i bi t. tra i Pr on The en tire trim was wrecke.1 an 1 the eutmee and foui of the section men v pre killei outright The foieman tvv men and some of the w-e-e injured Th  from 80 to lo cents a bushel i rn I bi-eu an engineer on li i n tor r ver rhi-rv flve t fi hnson and Fmil Ander JUKI 101 n (rii-taf-ou an, 7ohn DiPhuier ot i ne pas. sengerrm be, Wt-re puttv weP ilemol l-hed It V t] ileni mri strike Declared orr B FFMO Iiinc 7 Afrer duration mill h u, i- rnke was df- cliirei' If u af coutn ittcc et 1 -tr k, tiie 111 ile- in vievvnf nipid desertions of Confirmed June 7-The senate yes- A Linen Mill Down. FALL Rn EP Mass IUDe 7 Amer icau Linen mill shut down >eaterday for a month The back bovs struck and the spinners had to stop work on that account Ihcj all went to the mill in the morning to go to work, but Borden told secret _the fol them tho mill would not start np for four mg nominations Consul at Prague i week- Rublee of Wisconsin collector ml" customs at Providence, R L G P Pom roy Postmasters Xew Jersey, J W Joberts at Beverly Pennsylvania, J L. bright at Columbia, D L. Barton at Mercer Capt. Clarence E. Dutton, ord unce department, to be major Frank C rcztridsje of Vermont to be examiner of state department, vice Waikei New machinery will be put in the A Town Swept Anj by CBAWFOKDSVU.LE, Ind June 8 tel egrani was received here from Weders- bnrg Ind at noon yesterday, staring that the entire tewn wag being destroyed bj fire The loss was eettmated at i Amonlt buildings deetroved an Cole- man's heading factory and Niiom's j house, ommlBlTig bushels ot wheat 00 YOUR 'ECALLED BREAK? E W P O H C SORT 1E RIQHT ONES PEARL TOP AND ARE the men fi iiith L nj t il meeting 1. v than 1-xi present m st of the i back to work at the o owners made no p. and some of them the strikers failure rnir- it was the most U a teruoon tbe t h rs I K'one I tern s 1 le mill essions whatever ne i.iv intake of harired all of their empl jv es w h> m i he) s isjiected of being the lea lers in the eff >rt ro sernre the adoption of the nine-hour day at ten. hours pay Killed by Lightning CHARLESTON i. lime T Light- ning did some terrible wi i k at the Pioneer Coal works SIT miles above this ut> at 9 o clock yesterday mornini? Diumg heavy storm, a stroke of liahrnms; the Pioneer Coal com pan barn killing ?om Hick-s stable boss -summr -Stephen son a colored boy, and partialIj llliam Dills the compiiny s store super inteudent and a boy bv the name of Di  i retent order fr. ni ishmnton the Jet u hnieut f trtillerv here will be dis- banded u J in 41 All ihe men.ompos inij it IM m nimber lemg ill- hirged Ihe artlllerv title of this 1 1> t men is a misn nier as they know u ithuigor urtil lerv their weupons of affeu-e or I int. ihiefh hms -hoveh and 1 r jins I0 other wor 1- tliev ire the con -t ruction r pur mil polite f >rce of the po-r In their plate will betormetiaci tu paoy attached to the tiuarterraaster de part men t Au ortler has been in 1 )rce some time that married men cannot be re-enlisted in army Uiout hall the present artil- rv tlttachnient memliers are married and live m tamptonu ind Logtmnneir the nver fr mr The new ortler is causing these mainetl soldiers to feel that while the are now passing through trials in onler t. be advanced the day in fast when thej have tnals ind illations without the advance- ment These -i liters reieive about fJ5 per month their cl >tHng food and house rent free The houses now occupy on the p st will Ije torn J wn in all prob ibihtv when the pre-ent occupant" vacate them i- thev ire old m prettv poor con lition m t will njt rep iv rebuilding Be- if the order is Imd up to th u only single men can In- si 1 hers there will be no necessity for tb. -r bu Idmgs Lnnatics >ow a State Charge ALBANY June stite board of un lev have an order to supenn endents of the poor throughout the state Ibe vajs that as the insane are now practii. 11) in the care of the state recom mendatioMs are made fur their care Each orndjr ml ward mever) buildlngshould Je furm-ilie 1 vvith hand grenades and tubs kept tilled with water where running water LS n jt Hvmlable There should be ne or mjre nisht attendants in each uot tb in one to every ten patients Physi. i irxs bhoul 1 see every mtitnt at lea.-r once a il ty Patients able hould be allowed air und three meals a day sh. u] 1 be served. Each patient should have a bath once a week Wants sh jiilil be iiutig with pictmes and therwise auorned to make them pleasant Ele  J R Dingernelii csrre serretarv D L Haa 1 Johns- >wu 5-nnth Kmjjham on The next annual meeting of the con erence will be held ac Uneiil i Turf v j( K Iiine 7 Die races here yes- tei lij r -iilte.1 n- follows 1 lrsr I I lij miles lannis, Belle Hi ui -en nd Vlajoi Daly third ul le Arroyo handicap n i I'nther flrst balvim ond, s ie i i third time J IM I HI i i 5U mile Hildeer first, Josie jii i Ulancbe s IJISB th rd time KM Fourth i c mile- Mail nus flrst, Homeopathy second Dundee third time, Fifth race mile Blythe first, Sir Rae second Nubian third time 103 race 1 mile Esquimau first Pelham second Manola third time 1 46. LA TOM June 7 races here yester dav resiilti il as follows First race l mile and 70 yards Lizzie Fon-o first Minnie Fonso second Clamor third time 1 4s 'Second rare I mile Sena flrst Osborne se 'e i.f the -ituatlon edu.Mtiou normal and induslrl i uplift ing the home aud fimilv eloping true and wonmnhood Four Hundred Men on Strike HAVHHILL Mass June strike tJ H inchell (os shoe mauufac ory has assumed larcT proportions than it nr-t expecteti ind between 400 and XI men ire out Tne firm says it does ot uml r-l ind w is the cause of the nke i, the men had no important rievim The men say the hands m jttoming department were called out to isi.st che cutters in their demand for US week. VltAV Tune 7 1 he Seue Freie Presne says jr Willi uu has discarded the ideiof nimfennK viitb Bismarck on tne ground that it is evident that on account of his confiding in newspapers of nations not friendly to Uernmuy the ex-chancel lor utterances will not affect the German policy Street Car Will Compromise. CoLlMms, O June Consoll dated street Car company made no at- tempt yesterday forenoon to run cars. Its striking employes have taken preliminary steps to bring about a compromise, and will submit a proposition to the company through the mayor A Prominent WlMomsin Politician DeasL ARCADIA, WLs, June 7 Hon. Noai D Comstock, state senator and a promi- nent man m Wlaconela politics, died 710 terday morning of heart in tble city Mr We have the largest assort ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you waat a nice-fitting and shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, ia the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street AMEBICAH BLOCK 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, SECOND TO Our motto is- Vone." We W18h to be lone m your service Try We wish to imprest upon our ut of town friends, m of the proponed changes tu the tariff and the probable mcrewe in the cost of oearl> aii kinds of dry goods, HIM the month of June will be 'TUB month for them to shop. were never lowei than they present in our etore. If proposed tariff bill pntes must go up. We are olfc-rmg splendid SjaiDg in sateens and gingham, and summer wash fabnos of all The balance of onr gpnng stock of cloaks are selluig cheap. We quote the following bargains m underwear Gentlemen s blue mixed shirts drawers in medium at SOc Mr suit Gentlemen s Balbriggan aaderwear, 50c per suit Gentlemen's blue angola aad drawers at 25c each, 40c. Udies Jersey Teiiu M iow ,fc each Ladies' balbnggan vests with trimming, only 15c worth 25c Good gra le Jersey resca at 85c feaek. White aad black iinle thread vests at each Silk rests all colow, 7V: each Linen prices will be considerably ad- vanced if the tariff is changed Oar pnces are much below even curmt prices and we are selling floe clothe, napkins, D Oyleys towels, etc at bargains New stvles In paraaols New ntyle, in gloves New styles m hosiery Headquarters in Buffalo Rugs, Draping and apholeteriofXabrtasj. idai Mm aad AKKBICaX BUKK. 396-402 MAIN HTBBBT. H. Y. _ C.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, ST, DBAUOI or w. Diamonds, and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leaeker Goott, tie. tKOKA ring, 00104 PLATIV _____ A COMFUtTX LDTE OF Holiday MAIN STBKBT. r'TTSBUPGH; PA, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures NEWSPAPER! SPAPLRl   

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