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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. xx R KEPSE8ENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. k MEW RtTLTMU MACHINE for ruling all of blanks in the latest au'litioo u> he Mechaaieal Department of A LBXAKDBK14 Coal anil Wood Tar.l, ite Nickel Plate n. Central Avenue, oujMMite depot. All of Hart! anil Soft Coal, Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free Correflponitonce for wholesale lota ieii wliciuil. p R. eirroRD, '223 and -ill Cenkal Are. Artistic Photographer. Inutantaneonp of Babim a specialty. oaed not wait for sunshine except (or IN Tlfl- NATIONAL CAPITOL YESTEBDAY'S PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE AND HOUSE. A Fr.. Caliuce Bin IB th. Sraata BUI BlU BOOK BLNOeKY-.lAMis Uvina Prj- pnetor. No. Itt E. Second street, near Buf- falo street. Dunkirk. N. r. llugaiiaes. Mil tie. in all styles, uromptly to. All work CHOCKEKY HOCiUE, I :KH Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in ported ami China. Ulaasware, Ac. the WASHIXBTOS, June 18.-The senate yes- terday closed the silver debate and namd a free coinage bill by an overwhelming "joritv Tfce senate hoase constituting Irondeqnoit bay N- y navigable water of the United States, and ioHf 'fce 'XT? bill for a public building at The limit in bill was taken np and tie to receive coin, and such bullion cotaad. Agreed to The bfli was then he nays, 26. anilW moved to insert the fol- "No you or silver bullton ahail be re- ceived by the treasury rtepurtraent ondn tow act, except such as shall be shown te oe the product of mines within the L'aited SALVATOB WINS THE SUBURBAN BY A NECK. Th "ate. Berry, Blodgett. Butler, eron. Cockrell. Coke. Colquitt, Dan- M. Eustls H. Jones Jones (Nev Mitchell. Moody, Sanders, Over TUrty tfco Groat Tarf Shoepahead Traek_Op.Bint; rjoy of th. eetJnj at Binghamton, ot Othor Tracks. X- T. BOTKL, V Rates, II per itoy. Livery Boarding Stable in connection viator Killer, __ Mt ami Jil7 Lion street 1ITT 8ABBCK SHOP V Nagle. Prop., T comer Lenter ana Third atraeu. A Hue ol Fonugn ud Domestic igara. the floor of the senate that senator, nu inthesUverprBdaciBB state, heid sordid unpatriotic opiniow. The country sos, :a8 iireet, r horae-elKieni. Particular attention i? 'anas Shoeing of r EVKNUiO UB1CRVKR. Daily in the County. An uneqnalleU advertising medium. Formerly Sellew A Popple. tarerl ung Hangers, Patterns, ngi. and ftmctune Work to onier. COMPANY. (TNKHUI SHIRT to, aua, am au.l -XT, Center street, Mannfavturers ct the auit "Oiuilurm" perfect UtUuu in sJI leading furniiilunif. Br-1- Cromwell" Drea. ittirts. On sal. olochmg and tlry goods houses Dunkirk. Dr. 434 and Lion itreet. Eatablished. IS77. BIJC HOTtL aniuml Depot. Easy access to lnir afi Saloon, Union trains and bus- ______________John J. Murphy, Prop. EHXEKS sad 99 E. Third JSTTOL Tine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- a.ilstenng. Pictnre Frames nude to opler. seemed (particularly in the Northwest) have fallen on days when politics wert at a commercial value alone. The tof the West, who depended chiefl on the product, ot their mines, were at every to stand by tas formulated by the East; when the that silver should be protected were callnd sordid and mpatriotic. Mr. Wolcott criticised the unfriend! attitude ot tha administration on the sil ver questium, and said that when Mr Harrison was nominated record was learehed in vain for any noteworthy act Hying. The Latin sentence, stat magn uominog umbra, applied to him. Th Republican, leaden at the West had ss- cuml the success of the ticket and thei awakening had been rather rude. H ventured opinion that if the president' position on silver had been announced Before the election not a state west ot the Missouri river would have given him a P n bl ican majority. An open foe be preferred to a secret enemy Mr. Wolcott said be thought the act ol 1878 was infinitely preferable to bill recommended by Secretary Windom He criticised the ten years' limitation recom- mended for the bill by the finance com- mittee. His speech was loudly applauded At lu conclusion the senate voted on the amendments reported by the finance committee. The proposition to strike oat the provision making the treasury notes for the purchase of silver a legal tender was to 50. The amendment to strike out the bul- June 18. -The seventh Suburban handicap race has beeu run Salyator is the winner. Cassias was swoni a neck behind him, and one and one half lengths back was tne UeUe backed home Tenny. The day was cloudy, but pleasant, and the grounds were Jammed with humanity as they were never jammed before. They weri fully persona present. The starters, weights, jockeys and betting were as fol- IOWS; The Wyoming bill was taken up and p an made the unfinished business, and at 5-ao the senate adjourned. IN THE UOVOS. into comuiatee of the whole. Mr. Burrow. Michigan in Che chair, tha civil appropriation bill Tae committee after adopting an amend- ment appropriating for an electric light plant M Watervliet arsenal. New u the bill to the Muse. 1 he amendment adopted in com- taittee of the whole, making a specific in lieu 9f indefinite appropriaUonforths payment of back pay. was rejected, and Mr Dockery of Missouri moved to recom- mit the bill with instructions to the com- mittee on appropriations to report it back with a clause making specinc appropria- tions for back pay and bounties. He- The bil1 weot into committee of the whole, Mr. Allen of Michigan in p "PPropriation bill. Perkins of Kansas, "In. charge of the e spoke in favor of a liberal 127 Ibs., 8 toi 107, u to I Tenny. 137, g to 5. Stndeaway, 118, to t Flrenai, m, 10 to 1. Kaceland, 128, 4 to I JTince Royal, 123, -15 to L Loagstreet, 125, to 1 Montague, 104, 40 to L The horses finished in the foltowln Order: Salvator. CWius, Teunv, Stride- away, Raceiand, Firenzi, Prince Roya Montague and Lonzstreet. It was p. m. when the bugle call, the hones to the poet. Cassins was first t appear, with Salvator next, and the other straggled la from all quarters. After tw breaks the flag waa dropped. Cassius wa in front, with Firenzi second and th. others in a close bunch. Going arotmu first turn Cassins still held the lead by s length, with Longstreet second, Stride- away third, Firenai fourth, and the res close up. Entering the back stretch Cassius led bv two lengths. Lonstreet second and Sal vator half a length behind him. Going down the back stretch Cassiua had in- creased the lead to four lengths, with Longstreet, Sujvator, Prince Royal and m the order named. home stretch Cassins still in Brotherhood, i and Othor Games. At New Yerk- s i o o o 'Wladelnhlaj Buss hiu-New York 18, Philadelphia IS. Errors- New York 3, Philadelphia 4. Umpina- Kniicht and Jones. At Morning 2 4 1 1 4 Brooklyn r, ,j 0 I) s Q Bane Boston U. Brooklyn 19. Boston 10, Brooklyn 5. 0-H I Matthews. Afternoon Cjl D. asUTTEBON CO, 301 Central Ave., t-eadersof Fashion and Gentlemen Ontnttei II AKKLI. HKATLNU CO, anuiactnrers steam Heating Apparatua ______Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. (I OMB LAC.NUKV. oar .pecialtiw: Fine Shirts, loc; dollars te. Caffs. Lace Curtains. Free Deliv ary. A W. Cnmmings. 3u7 Center street II B. OEHM. K. Third st. cor. of BnlTalo sUnafactnrer and dealer in Fine Boots scon mtlLEB-S NKW STOKE, 103 E Third su Books. Stationery, In ------------w........... Daily pipere inmg to a ttrst chss bonk stroments.Magazines, and everythipg pertai store. Schoo. a spwialtvf Dunkirk Printing Company, S and 10 E. ieconil St JBL VAN 9OM. CirB. LUe Accident and lieaeral Insursaus. Dei in Estate and Loans. ParticS Attention pant to the care ot i ing rents Jo. -119 Center st, j tLffONKOarS PBARMACT, 'MO Central a.venuo HoaJqgarter, tor Wall Paper Pa.at .Oils, 4c. j. w_ me Center street, Manalactnreranadsalerin Uarness, 3addl BnOles. Collars, Trnnks.Wkips, Bnnato So Morse Cover, h So lion redemption clause was agreed to 7, th, nays being Messrs. Chandler, Frye, Hale, Hiscouk, Hoar, Morrill and Sherman. The proposition to strike out the section for free coinage when the price of silver was H an grains silver was re- ID to Tha amendment to limit the act to ten years was to the niiys being Messrs. Chandler, Edmunds. Morrill and Sherman. Mr. Blair offered an amendment to limit the amount of silver coined to OtW.ufll) a month. to 4B. Mr. Plumb abbniitted the following amendment as a substitute for the ttrst section of the house bill and after some deuate it was co 24 -That from and after the date of pas- sing of this act the unit of value in the L tilted States shall be the dollar, and same may be coined of 4iaj  lot very flue sasortm. 40c., only.......... lot children's best fast black hose.' wonh 'onlr.......... One ot buj.' black double knee Ho... lot gentlemen's bent fast black half lot ladies' verv flne knee How wortt orth w.rrlnted or the Interior of churefc during th mrtnv mooy As the mpae of ID cen- Umpires-Ferjttson Holbert. RATIONAL LBAGClt. At 10100000-2 olv !r.............l 00 --a Ba--e 7, New York 5 New York II. BnrltVe "nd Welch and ha cina. Second BoHton........ i 10000 II 0 i) 1 0 0 Baj'e Vork 8 Errors-. Busiini NVw Vork 5. a L At Brooklyn- Brooklyn........... 103 Phllulelpblit........n Q 0 1 2 0 11. Philadelphia U mil-.- Hnwklyn 4. Philadelphia 4 0 0 03 1 0 0- 4 ami McQuaid. party drove up the door opened to admit them and open exactly nv. wh.a lt closed and the resumed. Nine churT the entered lit 1U'ck and the last one crossed the threshhold the heavy door shut with a that must have franw lts Miss Anderson waa charmingly dressed in white satm, wjth orange and the other insignia of the bride and her stepsister, Miss Blanche trriffli, acted as bridesmaid, was attired in white with an enormous feather m her hat. Alfonso Navarro was the groomsman and Joseph Aaderson nve away the bride. Canon Pnreelle, thl parish priest, who officiated, was attended hy eight acolytes. The altar was literally covered with lilies and the chaacel fiisely dworated with palms and ferms liunouil's nuptial mass was rendere One lot ladles' new style fancy only..................... Jne lot ladies' fancy wide very fMhion.ble worth One lot ladies'extra large worth on, Udiea- best tut black ril.be.1 Hose, won h only Jne lot ladies' Tsffeta black Gloves onlv.. One lot ladies' pure silk Jersey Qluvn Liidies' faacv Blouses Beat Table Oil Clolu, Wrih 0'Br Xew line lad.es- and gentlemen ligat H.lmujer UDdWWtw' IT. WOKKKRri WANfKD H0> orgun accompanlmeat dozen orplmo boys h red with only, and a in vsivet with white nnau..........." II Buse Ch'l'dioll :l. Chlcamp2. 1 0 o ;i ooo Lynch At ASSOCIATION -0003000 "20001100 Nemo Time. 2: 1- race, class, pacing, purse It is a desperate case and desperate beiag employed entombed miners in the quickest possible way. The tnlant KfngToskey...... Cliarlie Trumbu.ll. Klnney............. Grover S..... Snset Patchen..'.'.'.'.'.'.' SSt-ssu: i detail the work of penetrating the burn- pit .rom the nearest point in the Ma- hoDing mines and arranging to drive orje, son Gorman, Harris, Hearst, togalls, Jones Mandenon" Allison. 1" East Third street, ftionable Tailor. Uentlemen will B. CAKt .White R such is blank-hooks lediters an all tindnof blanks Joneat Donkirk Printing Company. 4 and 10 C. Second St RUDOLPH Cor. Thinl aoil Buffalo Sla.. iwaler ID tinniu, Marble, BtuiUlna yuur siiie-walk. iu, Marble, Call on me beft a co, V nod But Front street Whisky. Wines, laqaoratore for Family tfse. ____ Uon street, n -Jl Central AVA General Insurance and Real insurance. Prom'pt ITB and sellinit Seal Estate. (Up rp C. JUNES, X 78 E. Third st, cor. Deer. ttcelmor Meat Market. Fresh, Salt ano W ATCHKS, JEWKLRT. MX ;Buy the Aurora KaUroa.1 Watch. Repairing a Frank F. 88 K. Third it. I'M. MOCXBK, Merchant Tailor, K Centrml Avenne REWARD! WE wul pay tne above rewant for any eao. ol Lavw Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Heatlaehe larlijri-so.iu. or Coetiveneso w. 'isii.ot with Liver Pills tne ,nr.iuo..s are strictly eomptietl with I J "IT aoU oever fail b by Mitchell Moony, Morsan. Plumb. Power, Puifh, Raasom, Beaitan San ders, Squire, Teller, Turpie, Vuorhses, Walthall, Nays-Messrs. Al.lrich, Allen -asey, Chandlsr. Culloiu, Dawes Frye, Bray. Hale, Hawie'y Hiiar. McPhereoQ, Morrill. Pierce Sawver Spooasr. Stockbridg., Washbar FUson of The following pairs were announced Messrs. Duon and Hampton, Dolph and rown, Stanford and Wilson of Iowa, McMillan and Mr. Plumb moved a formal amendment agrsed to, making the provisions of iec- tion D of the act of 1878 applicable to thto. During the Uiscussion of the substitute offered by Mr. Reagan for three of S2 sections In the bill, providing donomina Uons of to be iwued, etc.. Mr Edmund, took occasion to disclaim all sponsibility for the pending measure, and said be was willing to deliv.rthe manaiw ment of the finances of the country to the Democratic party for the being Dormg Mr. Edmund, said that Democratic party which was now entirely without responsibility to lead th. Republican astray th.y had in 1077 or when by appaala to the worst instinct, and unhappiest solicitudes of the people of United States they had paased through the Democratic nous, of rstore- rctativea a coinage bill H. spok. of Mr. Cleveland as brave to tell his Democratic supporters that sort of delusion could nit be carried into practice." Mr. said further that during he four years of th. Cl.veland ration the Democratic party (for a won- der) had rumained quiet. This statement waa denied by Mr Rea- gan and Mr. Vest, and allusion was mad, u> aati-administration silver speech ma, e in senate by the late Mr. Beck it the beginning of Cl.veland admin- Mr. Plumb ipok. of Mr. Edmunds' peech as the same sort of Jeremiah which had heard from him in 1878, hen the- silver coinage bill was paased amendment was adopted, lariag the silver certificates to bo isetud. l.g.1 tender. Mr. Teller's amending flre from it. >nging to drive the s present seat by a huge fan now bei ng erected at the Ferguson works. mouth of the .........1 .........2 .........4 3 .........3 4 .........5 5 dls. 1 1 .1 3 4 5 0- 5 0- 3 At Syracuse- u Rochester............o (l B.we hIrs-SyricnHe II, Rochester 5. use or 0. "n "na caUhan and At 1 I) 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 race, class, trotting, purse Th nates alive. The lemenin the Mahouing works wer. at 10 o clock last night about feet from what is considered the shortest way into the ill-fated mine. inspec- tors have no hope of finding the uafcrtu- "live. victims will be reached certainly not later than noon to-day. A feeling of horror possesses the people here, and interest in now centered at the mouth of the Mahonmg mines. The rela- tives and friends of the entombed miners seemed to grow more anxious every hour during the day and nigbt; and with their ucrensed burdens came abandonment of hope and a more desperate grief. There is no sleep and no rest tor them. They seem bound to the pit's mouth by some in visible power, and in their misery they stand sadly subdued and mute in their horror nd pain, swaying in constant harmony with their pitiable surroundings. Thev will remain there until the Hill Farm mine gives np it, untimely dead. Coroner county empaaelled a jury Third St. Jacob.......... Kittle Frazier.... Addle Pathlinder. Rosa Gothard Sliver King. Time, Chirac. ___ JnM at West Side park yesterday resulted as follows- Blackburn bestrewed th. with Bowers as the hi-i.le nnd groom left the altar 9 wedding left the church by tne thrown The diminutive Hampstad chapel where reasonsTue' mos" is doa to be selected as the a nota- iile marriage. It is very difficult, of access, 't.- on y approa..'h being tt narrow and dingy back street running up a steep hill The chapel itself has an extremely dismal and forlorn appearance. Itn front and root are Hush with those of the adjoininu houses, and building might bi plwsed a hundred times without being It will seat about ISO persons Although the crowd were thwarted in their attempts to witness the they did not depart without at least a small degree of compensation for of mobbed, and in Men, ami women ly work. Outllt man, N'. V. noniliH-UNl for moderate Fees. Advice and special refureaces sentoa PATENTS! Our ulB.-o u IJ. i K wwm. pre- il who can furnish a horse and iheir wholr lime lo Hie buslnoH. Spare momenisauv be Drolii- ohly also. A lew li F JOHNSON CO.. ,000 St., Richmanil, Va, ROOMS TO RENT In the Meifhanta Bank Building. Inquire of or Frank May. C. A. SNOW if Ovpoalto PatoM Oamoo. IV i-io 0-3 fime Arundel third; Second rllce, mile: Chapman first, [obart of this nd exammeil the bo.Ues of Daniel Shieran nd Davui Hayes, two victims taken out Monday, and will return here when hiuks the other bodies will have been taken out. of PramlnoBt Bomk Prosldmit. Nsw YORK, June 18.-A cable dispatch pm Paris announces the death of V umford Moore in that city yesterday orning. Mr. Moore was president of the ational Park bank of New York He for Europe at the end of April and as expected to return this mouth He cceeded the late George H as resident of the bank in 1888. Previously r. was engaged in the sOk 1m- ortmg business as a member of the firm of A. Person, Harriman Co. He waa a native of New York and was 83 years old Torrlfle Plnure. ClJTCIOTATl, June la-Meredith Stanley world's champion bridge jumper' Third race, l Prophecy flrst, 14W third; time, Fourth race, mile, Noon Day flrst r% Tom Karl third; Fifth race, mile: Vedana flrst, Zeke Hardy second, Wedgefleld third; ttae! race, 1 Wlnslow first, Long iot aocnnii "0 At. ColauihiiM............i 0100000 0 0 2 0 0 II 0 l.0ff lill-- Louisville 8 t-rrnr-. I'oliimbusS, Loaisvillel. OastrigliC and O'Conn. and NEW YOHK STATE HAGUE. At Oneontat At L'tica eame wet trnmnda. o-z 0- 4 Ehrat THE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. Senate Commute. Win Report It the Senate To-day. WASHINGTON. June 18.-The senate com nuttee on commerce has compiled th river and harbor bill and will report it t the senate to-day. The house bill appr- printes The sea.re commitb have recommended certain amen.imen 'n the hoiu, l and certain others increasin it to the amount of makin. iroposed net increase of Th I., ------udith, R. New York harbor, Bay. SHEKPSHEAD BAY, June 18.-The results by resolution, and for of yesteniay's races follow: First race, ft mile: Civil Service first second, Blue Rock third; time! Second race 53tf furlongs, the double event: Russell first, Boi.ro second Mto Ransom third; time Mo nPi? stakes To sey Pat third; time, l; Fifth race, miles': Beck first Eon second Defaulter third: time, St. Louii Races. ST. June la-Yesterd, restated follows: lay's races th. suspen- made a successful dive from the sion bridge at 1 p. m yesterday, a distance of 100 feet. He struck the water head first, and after coming to the surface he climbed into the boat waiting for him and Velped row ashore. Indicted for Smnggllnc Clothing. NEW TORE, June federal in-and jury yesterday found indictments against steamship employes concerned in opposed by Senators Blair. Gray and the smuggling of clothing, etc. by the Kvarts and defended by Senators City of New York. TnerataS Mormui eraM and Daniel. It was modifled at the SM- a custom house weigher tor il gertion of Mr. EoiUs by adding the words for ounpaign purposes mod all silver cerUncates already issued-" id a. so modifled it was agreed to-yMo, time, Fou: second, mile: first Ely third: time, 7 Fifth race, miles: War Peak- flrst Hypocrite second, Newcastle third; time, Waltla, Sail] van. purchase of Portmje lake canals Michi gan, Mississippi river, from head of passes to month of Ohio 873 nm of which had heretofore the present session of congress, pasW the lution, and for tha reason wag stricken from the house bil and was restored by the senate committee no action having been taken on the house joint resolution. The number of river and harbor works estimated for by the chief of engineers for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1891 is 343- aggregate of estimates of local enifineers' of the amounts which could be profltably I'xpemleii during said year is aggregate of the estimates of profit- able expenditure during the aame by the chief of engineers is to vhich should be ts .mn__' ich should be added recom- n.led by the Mississippi and Missouri er commissions, a total nf tCM.5ffi.58a The bill reported undoubtedly covers the expenditures, which will ta two years, and if the estTmlt- of profitable over the same period, it is believe thattheywould hav estimates had extended Crashed b, Yesterday afternoon Mrs. ChrtatSn Braay who was recently released from an insane uegree or compensation for d. Happointment. After the departure waMsimpi _____......_ were carried off as mementoes of 'the oc- casion. Not only were flowers taken bnt not a vestige of plants and which adorned the chanc.I chThe'hn'r artlcles 'alue in the n are several rare paintings which _ .e attention of the crowd until they wen. driven out. by the sexton Miss Anderson was a frequent worshipper at tlie little church and has donatwl alarm Hum of for the aiul (lei-orating it. Th- [.robability of a police strike In- and tha authorities at Scotland turd ,Baring the worst, are quietly or- a reserve force. Hundrwls of cruit. already sworn in and recMviug dewm. Of instruction In dunes of a that will them to make fre.litn.ble showing in tha f the old men CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just a I'uli of The of a schoolroom Gollub ft.il klllta, Brf chSl dren and injuring a others, many of them to any in the city, and it prices that will pay you to see him purchasing. large number of III Mi. of Commons. x, the house of com- mons to night. Mr. W H. 8mlt.h stated that the government would move Monday for an earlii-r HaHembling of parliament, the curtailment of debate, on tbeqiiwH's speech and the suspension of eomplicHtwl nteHHiirefi as lanrt purcham bill untU pert WHSJOQ Mr GlaclKtone noticv of bin intention to n CUaC MI1CU ;_ IM tha.t contem- (JUDDCni- 'I, Smith'9 motion ought not to occur. An In Afrlea. BKBLra, June 18.-A special issue of Reichsranger gives the details of ment between Germany and Eagland in regarrt to Africa, Germany cedrs 8amall and and Vitu to England, aud England eUes H.ligol.-ind to (ierniany the .LASS DAY EXERCISES AT CORNELL. A Handsome to Borne Hou.te Fond. ITHACA June Cornell men of 80 held their class day yestenlay the big gymnasium hall, which eautifully dncnrated for occasion he ball was HIM wjth people. The lm renomtnatod thaw are no prospects of to meet him. A Plea for Normal School la ITHACA, N. Y., June 18. morning. No reason for his rash act can leaves one daughter and a son. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We cany a complete line of NET- TLETON'iS Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf resident's address; F.'H. caiiinT in Button and Congress, Battm of the class presented to I i i i th5 meinuriai, ciaw m broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. blowing program was oliserve.1- Rev. C. M. Tyler; roll call Greenawalt; class oration bbott; class poem. Miss E. erry; class essay, Miss E. L. Gil Prayer J p' AMKBICAH BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, jf Y SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is: "Second None." We wian to Mcoad to none in your service. Try oa mmk see. VVe wish to imprew apoo aw out of town friends, ia view of propose.! clianjfes ia the tariff Mi the probable increase ia the i nearly all kin.ls of dry the month of June will month for them to were never lower thma they present in our If the proposed tariff bill prices must go up. We are offering splendid bar- gains in sateens and g'-ghsms mmt wash fabrics of ail The balance of our spring ftoek of cloaks are seliiug cheap. We qnote the following in underwear: Gentlemen's bine mixed abtrto drawers in medium at Me asv suit. (Jentlemen's uwlsrVMr 50c- per snit. Oentlemen's blue angola ihittt drawer, at JSc. each, 40c. goods. Jersey ss low ss We. each. Ladies' balbriggan vests witm trimming, only 15c., worth Inc. Good grade Jersey vesU at Vic. White and black lisle thread vesta at 7.ric. each. Silk Tests, all colors, 75c. each. Linen will be considerably ad- vanced If the tariff changed. Out prices are much below even and we are telling- dMfck napkins, D'Oyleyi, towels, etc.. at New styles in parasols. New styles in New ttyles in hosiery. Headquarter! in Buffalo lags. Draping and Adai leta senior reception off in the evening in the armory and was a great snccess, many prominent persons being MAlJf K. T. CCTPENFOLD Manufacturer and laporur. Diamonds, IMNEYS THE RICMT OS! PEARL TOP SULLIVAN SON, 2-13 Centre Street'1 and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, LoMher Ooofe, rrire. goto 4 tu. vmmmm ____ A LOU OF Holiday GoriM MAIM 8TBEKT, BDPPAtO, S. T. AND ARE by_GEO_A. MSC8ETH Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixture! VVSPAPERI   

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