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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 27, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOT, XX DUNKIRK Y FRID VY. JU.VE 27, H90 REPRESENTATIVE i USINfiSS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A NATIONAL ELECTION BILL A SPIRITED AND LENGTHY DEBATE IN THE HOUSE Mr HMUphill of South th.t the Propoxd Meoar. I. Ui Ujn.ldert tk. DC Me  M. onnroKD, SS and as ceotnl f> Arttaar Photograplxsr pBOlograplw ol BalTies DO( wik.1 lor en epl for __ __ BOOK iKviiii, l-rj- pneto S.> E Second street near But taJu street, Kunkirk. 1 Jtaijaimes, Mu tie, Pamphlets, eu bound in all it promptly attended to. All work juaranuw- UUKIHEKI CBUCKBBT HOt'HB, t> JOB Central Avenae. retail lealer in 1. oorteil an 1 chioa, AI (IHAUTALIJCA HOTKU iUuw.tl per day LJTCTT Boai ling iuble in i onnsction. Victor Rule-. 33S and 33T l.ioa atreot. i wn___ Chia Sagle Prop. Under Lake snore National Bank corner Center an 1 Third streets A k ol Vom.ro and DomeHtu 10MKJUM SON 33i center .ueet. Practical horae-anoera. Particular attention to interfering r-uttea. Shoeing of trotting a specialty EYENLNU OBSERVER. Llail? tn tbe Conoly ajverUatug .nediuni D LKK1KK eNOmUCRUiO GOHP A> 36lJew A Popple onrrB ot Pulleys Hangers, etc. Patterim, and Macniot! Work to order I It IKK SHIRT CO. JM, 306 ami M LJ Center street, Manufacturers an-i "Dunkirk perfect niunK Drew abirta On sale in all "totting dry bumteu in Ounkarfc. Or TOOXJCY, anil t.W Lion atreet. in Flour. ait. Baiutt Hay etc, EK1K H1XTKL AO'l Uiuing Depot, titaj to Btst jiemaJ Saloon, Uaiuo trains and bun lor Com luhn I Miirptiy, Prop CKS CO., Furniture, cabinet Ware ami Lp ig Frames maile to onler If O CO., Ml entral Are Fubion I Cranllemen Outfitlcru I AKELI UKATI.NU CO-. anntacturers of Ateam Heating Apparatus Sanititr? Ptnmbmir a specialty HI UME L-IUNUK? i i.ilties Fine Sbirta, 10< (ullatu, CutTd, t l H CJovpra i.lovea Mittena AD t aleigh Ko 17 East Third street, ailor. Crentlemen will an I it to tajre to cull on me twfore pDriuaai ft CAKT A CO., 333 Lion fltreet. tiencrml Leail.oila.Paiater'a OU OWtha, G rat ite Ware. A special kWiLliaiiuPa ntan.l Monroe juch id ledgers, ami Kmtlaof done at Dunkirk Printing Company, d and 10 E. Second R HliDOLFH XOLDKNH.4PER. cor Third ami Buffjilu Dealer ID Uarble t mgging and BibHimg Call ou me before yuur ai le alk R ISLET i ana s Eait rronl -creel. Wkukv Wines Branilies. Liqaor Store lor K-jii Cse RUBKKT Lion cne leix.L 1 Liverv ,table Stttihng bv Uie ilaj or on reawi. abl J. GIKFORO, jol Central Are (Li O benerai Innurxnce Iteul EstaJ Akuileat. anO Live Prompt attention irmn to and wiling Heal iuatate 'i' U JOUKS. 1 75 t Ttunl it., cor Iwer Exccluor Meat Market. Frah, salt smoked ileau. Lanl. uvatera Pool try ATCHCS, JEWELRY, AC. UM Aurora Bepainug a specialty Frank Stapf.--------- E Thirtl at t Tailor 118 Central Arenw S5OO REWARD! W t will pay the above for any ci__ ol Liver Lomplaint. sick HcaJlacnt or loeuveneai wi tacaradonly by JuH> C WEi MOMBOB'S O kirk. Into the Leloo. WASHINGTON, Jnne boose yes- terday pasaed house bill granting fifteen dmjs leave to clerks in the flrrt and sec ond class postoffices Debate was then oo the national election bill Mr Loilge innlyztd the provisions of the bill at great In th. course o hw remarks be referred to the alleged el ctien frauds in New York city prior to 1S70-T1 He presented a number of state- ments to show the inefficiency of repre- sentation m the South Mr Hemphill of South Carolina made an argument to prove the bill unconsti- tutional, reading from the legislative declarations by New York Ohio and Nei Jersey against congressional usurpation of the right to conduct elections The bill, he laid was sectional because it pro- vided that some portions of the United States should be under the ol two active supervisors according to the respective sun of congressional and jndi cial districts Again he thoaght the pro vuion for potting the law into effect by petition was sectional Suppose a I nited-tatesiBspectorshould corrupt-d and should return a Demo- crat He coi.ld not be removed That had not oc. urred to the gentleman from Massachusetts There was no more in iqui t provision in the bill than that which provided for tbe appointment of ail Innumbeivd force of mm absolutely un I r the direction of the supervisor criticismi the provision permitting inspec tors to be brought from any part of the district that which statute uf law so as to do away with an inspection by both parties of the juries of the He referred to the charges of partisanship against the federal judge acd marshal in Florida as an illustration of his statement that it was not the elections that troobled the people of the -KiuUi but the oflj. e holders sent to trouble them He said that the ccinfeiwion that there was a general belief t at the corruption existed was most hum Inning What the country needed was a new North that would take the view suggested b> the facts and not by their pre-con ceived prejudices He ridiculed the Re- publican cry of a a free ballot and a fair Count aud said that It was i seless to talk about a free ballot m Kansas when the state had beeo so jerrymandered that the 147 miu Democrats there had never been in the house He re- to the prcu I unties of distrutuiif which made it take more votes lu all forma Illinois and other statss to send a Democrat to congress than to send a Re- publican He chargird that New ork and Lonneiticutwere both misrepresented on the floor of the senate because ooth of them ware really Democratic In conclu sion Vlr Heraphill said We know we either rule that country the "-outhi or leave ir Sow for before the pe. pie of the [niiel -t ites aid before (-.0.1 Hi all revereniH I-wear we will net leave it Upplail-ej It is the h. me of our fathers Theie their bones he buried They buiitfht it with their blood when I uncord and {.exuiKton were the battle nelds of this country 1 do not hesitate to say the colored man has is manv rights a.s I have but he can t have his rights and mine too and this law 13 intended to put him in control of tbe stato to that race preiudice which is fast dying out Intended to bring about again that constant in nation and clash between the two col irs in the -south which will retard its growth and which will be destructive of tbe very principles of human govern menc Mi Rowell of Illinois said the bill wu on'y an enlargement of a law upon the statute boots since 1371 It was con vi turn that everv man s ballot counted onp i t the polls that made this a govern ment uf the people He thought there was n.. question of power of congress to enact this laiv or of the nectdiitj of using that power The number was increasing of those who believed Mr Cleveland was counted in -ix years afco He believed the black vote was suppressed in the south and it wi.s the expres.ed intention of the men who controlled that section that the suppression should continue Mr said that of his own knowledge he knew the statement to be untrue M- Rowell replied that only on that ba-is could the aim >st universal absence from the polls of the black men in many southern states be accounted for Mr Peel of Arkansas and Mr Lewis of Mississippi both declared that there was no charge of fraud in their d itncts Mr Wheeler of -Uabarua and Mr Cnsp of .ram -p aking for their states de- nied Rowel! charges Mr Crisp asked Mr Rowell toaccount for the silence of 40 per cent of the vot- of Maine and MiLs.-ac h usetts Mr Rowell replied that it was not in a pre-i lential vear Mr Brecklunilgeand Mr Rowell had a dispute over tbe circumstances of the former election duung which Mr Vic Rae of Arkansas admitted that armed men rode about the polling places m thit I sfJite in Bowel lavtou s time but said there had been better times since Mr of New Ie -sey opposed the bill iu the ground that while frauds oc cnrred in many district, it would be wiser to let the people of the several states regn late their own elections He thought the iaw if enacted, shonld be umformily ap- plicable and not dependent upon the peti- tion of anv number of citizens Vlr Tucker of irgima opposed the bill on constitutional grounds t nder it he said the supervisors were to determine tie qnalihcationo of re- to the states He said that con ,'ress should take charge of elections abso- lutelv or leave them entirely to the states 1 he onlj way to correct frs.ud was by an enlightened public sentiment which would frown it down The house at 5 25 p m adjourned now the wealth to J.l.t.f} aaaiimpn. u goverumentis But hv wits admitted in tbe proposed he tu st_______ reasons why. m in opinion passage tbe pending bill would be exceed wise In conclusion, Mr Jones declared him self in favor of paasiay er-ibling act fo all the territories eiceptLtiJi and uf ad CUKNhLL complied with the provixioni or act and he moved a sulwtitute for the pend mg bill for such an enabling act Mr Plntt, rcpiymn to an assertion by Mr Jones th.it the for excluding New Mexico from admission as a stab wan lhaf, it wan eipectnl it would sent two DemocraLB to the thai had bwn actaatwl by any such idea. He that on the contrary leading Re- publicans of New Memo had nrgiag ItH und had Ijeeu hltt that it viotild send two to the senate Mr replied to Mr Tones and said that it wonld be time enough on the canes of View Mexico and Arizona when they came before the Mr Ktagan opposed the bill, alleging amnng his reasons for doing tu the pro- vision for women suffrage contained in the Wyoming constitution In replying to a question by Mr Blair Mr Reagan said that he knuw that the senator fr >m New Hampshire had great respect f, r long haired men and short haired women He could not say that he had The day wheu the (Mr flood sates of female suffrage reached th country the social organisation would have reached the point where decay and rum began At the Mr Reagan's speech it wan f mm! to be impossible to get a voting qnoruin and an g was reached that the vote on the bill and amendments would begin at 4 o'clock to- day Ihewnate joint resolution to con tinu.- the unexpended balance for the free delivery servire of the postoffice depart I ent up to June JO for pay for extra service of letter earners was re- sorted and parsed Committees of conference were ap- pointed on the postofflce appropriation and on the consular and diplomatic appro- priation bilh N-nators Plumb -Uluou and Blackburn were appointed conferred on the nrst and Senators Hale Anderson .nd Blackburn on the second The following were taken from the alendar and passed The senate bill to mend the laws relative to shipping com mi-sioners the house bill for a public milling at Paris Tei cost not to erceed 10IJIJUO the senate bill for the relief of ert u u officers on the retired of the rmv the bill providing for the ale of navj v ird and Lnited t-tates hos- utal Inu N in thecitv of Brooklyn N rt executive session the sen te it ill u m adjourni A TAME AND UNINTERESTING THROUGHOUT RACE Pennsylvania trew to PI. the >ew York BofitoHin Splendid Condition Jor Their Coming Rao With NEW Lt L r IV th th. t t, er Ly k i ter si lie cmir-e Conn lone 27 t won tli ir race uf Pennsvh inia jes- i.ti.i over the th ree-quar n tbe -ant time of 14 13 tune L rt.e was very .juiet and in meie-, IUK after the nrsl halfcule n. w which hml to the ountiug ruom and News Miking for Pridt-. were read f" li u nil f the fomuiirtee on Oliver -in- n i.l- i rep. it of a M >f uni jrm id rutcs runniug per in. h rom -i.ints per neek to Jlo per ear and ei i ..1 iiau fr. m slit per week to JliJU per -ar Mr Bfiittie of Arkansas from the com mittee for the purpose report ed favorably upon the propositl jn for affl llati m with the American Newspaper Publishing association for associate mem bership having agreed upon terms for all weeklv papers connected with the National Fdttirml istion of 13 for papers pub lushed uftener m towns of under 10 ifcx popiiUtuii and no in towns of 10 ijuo anc lolXJI) popiuation The cepted nallj kef r P.I.I stole i ter s U ar Penn. a i il if tn and Coined pi imii 40 i rn. II m np on even term- after the i) larter and then b. th spirted Pemi-j I van a ran up to 42 and Cornell ro 44 was the decisive and onlj interesting part Ivania held her pi a. natil etactlv opposite the first half mile rtae when Thev dr. pc 1 T tfistrokes while I jrnell .W. row n_t" The P. nnsvlvani, crew tliei. went t. pieces each man ap- peared to he pullmj m his own account the oars -trikinc the w iter in one two, three f ur order Opp i-ite the navy vard Cornell havlnii a f rvv) Ifiiaths di pped their -troke t ili nhilv Prim ilvm i 1 il Ir pped to Aft. r pi- i i ti e i le Penn-vl vanu impnvid n e h if inl tetween the one an 1 tn mile ri IUH the en ws pulled nearlv -tioke f r -troke tf eir lead to J-a enaths FTtenns tie ]ist h ilf both crews and m .1 m_ s Cornell augbt rwu in 1411 K -nrressu n, :herebv losini. ueiri i h it rte- put in i -trrn_ -purt and ncreased their letd r r t, thelmesii engths in advance of tl. V n -few Pennsylvania nia.lt a fnrly at the finish bat t) no effect The ffitiil rime was C.rnell 1443 Pennsyl Una 15 The wa? out last niijht and heir clock like movements greatly admired TheHirvirl i u are keeping 'er) qnit form 11 .elel r te 1 the victory iy the n.-ual nui-v lem >n-fritlons BASEBALL NEWS BalTalo an Awful Drubbing from Other Games. PLAVEfW LtAGLE. Bllltal I 0 1 l 1 1 II 1 4 U il I r.i 1 ui L_ U Murphy R iff il H Ft li I Batteries- Hal hv u i via. k and Fergnsim jn 1 Holle-t At Clevplan i 1 I rl il Brjokui j n n i i Uid H R- Error- I Im HU 1 4 Bro.kl Balterni l.ruber and MH tuid Km 1 w M irtlaows iiid Leo. b Pill I f Itsbui. 1 4 0 1 1 1 I) u 0- 9 VewYirk t i) j Bate hit- r1 It bnrit 11 >rk 9 Errjrs li rnbniv I rk i and irr U ki-cfe 0 Dav and Brown L aspires Knight and Jones At Chic into 13000 Stockton second, othcn drawn, Suth race IX miles st Luke second str third time Trotting Races at Hartford. HERTFORD Conn June Iff of Charter Oak park races yi nerdair 2 class trotting Membr no Maid Al oe I'ruolem -t Elm i Best class trotting III inte Elmbus I Ol Kipp tlnae GENEKALFOKE1G.N AN AMUSING EPISODE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS Chicago Ram CHH li 'line f F r-t race yesterday mile Kduae first t eul H -wcond, X third time 1 41 Sec >n 1 rue I mile and furlong Pro- first second Lewis Clark thirl tune 1 Thirl rue keiiwwd stakes j year-olds mill- Pilesnne Mount Joy sec nd Tinff tniri time I ill Fwrihrm H I m If Mi ra Chap- man nd thud rime 1 42 tilth race inihs Robfsi lerre first k me set. md L thinl time, 01' MonNter Petition rroin K- of the LloetmUc Bill th. Bailno. tbe and Mnrh Merrl- for KemlMra Wr Calm to for Another Record Broken at I me record id.- I wi red on the Mieepsheid Bav track t with 1 p.um Is up r li nintl the mile an I a hllf for the toner -land i up in U tie-econd lower than he n t r nl ISMII- i.- u-ual went out inl male the followed bv ISMII- two ieuyths to he Htretch I-irpnit chillemjed him anldri mj twin bv three lengths .-HI In-ir Tea Tra The ni ins reioni H WAS m ulc hv riren7i Vfjumourh park 2 IW8 pjuu 1- A from Charley Smith, SMV .PK Tune J7 (.barley Smith he un 1 champion of England yen c daj led i to fight the win er of the Willnce Dixon battle if the Pelican club will put up a of i iOO Sho __ Cerr of the ineti nil killc f F Iw renu e empl j Apprentice us. o June W Hrm of --teller Kerr pro Che O ve whlfh the Barn w t will rue in.l for which tlwre is uo reason If the Liln-raU II III elatelyrelwlthereturnof I nion isi-. t. misa ranks the) i an not rc.t- n il Ij iiinipliiin If the dlxxldenU go to the lones but' and liauwme Mr OlailstoiiL mil oppose the cession ot Heligoland to Germany when tblf matter i omes up for and winiw-uDiwrted by -sir William Harcourt Vlr M irley and other leading Lilwrals In anj cietit Mr Gladstone mil cont-nd 1 not f rtme.1 by miiiTdiid the must be per manantlv froru nuliuiry duty or sen ice of anv UmraUer what-oevei Hie tiitrhsh clergy become alarmed ar the ictunof tbe m aban d miu Mr doschen s lueusing clauses f inn_- th tt the may also regard It i- lient to witbilraw the tithes bill thinfo uu aliped to prepare H n r i nl xili-bnry pr tying tint tlie nth, s bill be Kailtf} Flannelette WaUts ouly T i- n Blouse Waists" onlv Fancy Kin, Ladies' Very fine Blouse Waists, only 75c. Ladies' Fancy Flannelette Blouae Waists, only 50C Boys' extra quality Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 48c. Hard wood Croquet Sfts, nicely painted, eight balls and eight mallets, only 95c. Best Mexican Hammocks, heavy braided edges, full four- teen feet, wortli 35, only Very strong Picnic and Lunch Baskets, only 9o., Uc 18c and Garden Rake and Shovel, only Adjustable Hammock Ropes, 12Jc. each. All kinds Petting, only 6c. Ladies' best Siiininer forsets, only 00. ANNOUNCEMEN 1 OTODDAI OSL.Wanli Hal U nt Attorneys,  f rjr K I yon an.i i f H 01 preilima nave jiiat re. iirtHt K tUirarlancfa Wenk "8. Indigestion Constipaimik and Hheuma m We will refund the th, ant tn I that fails to beneflt DOT- Do ot let prejn .ton I m v-ST; lig-ht hut m t onre and pur. haiw n box suffl. lent U test the men toftlm valuable suiofae DI-M-FR Time JT Phi- Lodr of the girl -i i le n was to be Hazel I Hi >f ka i- LS in has bwn identifled In Mrs i, m that of Mary tjjydan of I- Twelfth street Kansas City and its paasaae of bnclncer ,RK rune S report was ac A Prominent "Han Salei f New Riven, most pronu not nmm jears sho an 1 killed Inmselt morning a 11 o i leu k He wo.- ol 1 and ha< the utv as minor and represented it in the legislature He wa.s a. descendent of of the earliest families of New Haven He was a brother of Pastma-ste N D The sin, !de wa.s caused by financial troubles Mr sperry was sota years ago ap; oiuted tmstee ot an estate at ithm a few weeks relatives have teen trvmg to get coutrol of the aud Mr '-perrv naa orderec' by th. .unit to ren ler his aiiount He "uuld n c act not f )r but and practicillv itljidtfel in embe77ler would n In ilj have been arrested was and An Iceberg Feet PHIMDHPHU lime J7 The (.erman stumer Mi n-rer Mas ba< h which ir rivr I U ed le-il iv rei hAMCii p a iinmher if 1 irje iiplicnrsen route on the nth Inth mill 1'th due berg had two pe ik- one le-t anil the nther net [he Inn h Di uai tr in il n Mventv hlich 45 26 ,u the Ixti an te u er Ville de more loag 14lh mst Hevol.itiou In Salvador PR June i7 Mr Jacob Bali consi 1 genenl of yesterday tenidl i fn m Sobral minister of foreign iffiirs '.CATEMAU Jun< Z 1390 To Consol General, New Revolutionan movement has taken place in Salvador Everything in fmatemila qniet and tranquil M IRTI N KL URAL. THE offered oced bv each SENATE. M resolution in the senate directing ie number of bills intro- tlo's leap to Death. June morn ing Dr George Lanafitt of Bellevue jumped from the third window of residence while temporarily insane fr i j_ B anl Farrell Kilrov and Kell) an 1 OarTney At Tin Tin. innali J (1 1 0 0 1 2 8 New York l I u u o 1 o inna I I k 4 in unau J Nrw rn Batter e- MulUne au 1 Han n Ru ie und Bn klej M Quaid At Put-bunt Pitt-burn 0 0 I) Boston i) t Base hit- Put burs h B Errors Piti-h ru I H -i Bin mm ml Dt ker and Bennett and I.etzem I lev eland- rieieli.nl n o i n o 1 l) n- Philadfiphu 1 1 1 II J o Base hils I level ind t Philad Ipnia 111 J PMIu' and C leuients L mmre Powers At airi i) o Brooklyn 0 4 Biw h h a_-i H B Error- n n- Urn klv i I Baltene- Lnuie and -tended 7iuharn- NFW rune S De luce hii-f engineer of the Lnited Sfatw nivj lie! Wfrinesday at Vew Bnjthfon I in the >Unii Tear of his age Hewis promoted t he chief engineer in Muhi N b vv i md binl 1m' n if -I i r HI re I nery by K June The machinery owned by Contractor Peter r- an 1 ,h of the new aqeduct t-eii tliuoo by ftre yesterday Ihe esc lnp( if )f f H like onilii.t u i tu his -hip 1 K iiti >t, p, t e ni til It el is, mertlj cum- t J ur ivliollvtul is kill after tl e 'nan 1C lllellf -l.lrr uui liy n inion 4 were i i li Price without th BpwarH of worthlfsu no ilollar 0- 0 0- 8 0 0 0 a Lovett and Bi Irish Ujr ship for Behrtag UIFI il Bnt.sh st ip P-pieyele h i> arrived here, aud liter t ik in. n to il she will proceed to Behniu'-ei carries ten guns THE MARKETS At Philadelihii- Athletir t Base Errors Battene" M and Mfket i A-t "-vriictL-e n 11 I 0 0 U 1 1- 1 0 F-s 1 1 b I New Honey Market NEW YORK at per  ihantrelirn those of Wcdnes Tot It- 1 -eii n r -pot ,ale- >f N red winter L s j I ri 1 K-rL2C J red r 7li AUE "IV T-it TORN Optim- furli a.tne In the early ml pn tverc weak but closed arm .n- i Ml tur June and July i nrmer sales of N i -'mlie.1. II So nixed June do July VIE do 0 ti ns were dull and i loeed about -ten.U -i. t sales of Nu 1 mlied, 4V No 2 1.) CIW 1 white Tc No 2 do 55, N miieii June Bisjc do JnU yfitj t. Vn_ L 1 >eii firm and I to 1 pointu 1 ,l'[ i "eii iteadj eastern creamery do ISTUtie 1 i if-F yuiet fmtory New York ched lar wc--tern flat Edit- 'n-ed mwt eastern Brsu fresh. lo Canadian ALL HOPE ABANDONED A Mournful Tlironj Waiting to the Last Act In the Mine Horror Dr-% Pa fa ne JT -The tension here is ihs.lu.ly pimifnl The people a-e without how of hndtnif their fnends and comrade-- but they are firm in the-lie lief that liefnre lonz the nndertafcen. awaiting near br will have been pi iced in ch irae if the nventv nine dead bodies The ifficers of the Dimbar Fiiinnceoom puny and the mine inspectors are now making every effort t., avoid another aster when the, dividing wall U broken th roll ujk It us probable thar Inspector will take charge at the supreme moment H will buM-nith him bat one man the other men on shirt will be sent back a siife lutinci t an until the air In th. Hill Turn in ne Ins Iwu tested and pronounri u safe for them to enter There will lit V delay nftrr these precautions hmebjc u liken and the work of rescue will be nr mipt But few people herp will aleep until the fate of th? unfortunate men is known CARL SGHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of PATENTS! rOmM Our odlie u U g W, ...I, HI bo.inw .n t vtun Du.l u.i thu tbM. C. A. SJfOW dc CO., Pateac D. C. Buffalo, AMERICAN BLOCK Main Street. N. Y. TUB Pncw at and C0bb'er miles Firenzi nr r Cissius second Tea Tray third time i-> Fifth race m lei Senonta first, InneJT Burner 1 hard, in rrht-rn Winter >io ml 't no No 1 lute offered j 3 do N cll.w >o Jdo C8r j white J3J4C No i mi ted t'U >n track F vaiet No 2, FLOIR Dull spring wheat, best patmt r bbl. and low grade, "inter family, gra- ham IM BLTTLR-Creamery fancy. We. do 13fel4c do western fucr, Uftiai LHEEbE-Fanoy full onam m ft, choice d i -Qjj ,j0 ana CWSaTnrletty crates, 14c westtra fnah, iNa, A Shlptrrackcd Crew Rcwnml. June schooner 7 N from Nova Scotia brought into this port morning the shlp- wrei.ke.1 crew men of the Scotih bni argains New atvlea in parasols. New styles m glores. New itylra in hosiery Headquartera.m Buffalo for {Carpets, Rugs, Draping and idai leidm and BLOCK. MAIN BUFFALO. N V. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street J.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, aorr ALO, m. v. diamonds. DIAUB n and Jewelry, Leaiter OowU, etc rrire, GOLD fin rtm etA _ A COKPLBTB UXB Betid 304 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N Y CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA Go toMonroes for Curtains and Fixtures NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!   

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