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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK NY. TUESDAY JULY ft. REPRESENT A TIVE B USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW KUT.IX1 MACIIll'-'K Tor rllllnf nil kimlBOf liluuki i-i Ibu latest n'lililine i" he Depai tineut ui 4 LBXANUEK'S Coal and Wood Yard, A. Central Avenue. omxiKite Nie.kel I'late Depot. All gradee of Hard and bolt Coal, ffJoU Lumber, und I.ntli. free r Correspondence for wholesale loliolted. K. O1KFOBD, und 22.'' Central Avc Artistic 1'hotOKrniihcr. Instantaneoiiv FhotOfrraphu of BuljieB spccmlty. SltU-rt need not wa.t tor euuslime except uabies. BOOK liivtNd, Pro- prietor, So. IB K. Second Htreet, near Bui- falo street. Dunkirk. N. Y. Mn lie, Pamphlets, hound 111 .ill drdcri promptly atU-nded to. All work guaranteed. IJUBOlfKK'S CKOCKKKV HOUSE, l> 'tOb Central Avenue. Wholesale und reliiiJ dealer in and >omefitic Caiiia, GlJtbawiire, Ac. 1HAUTAIHJUA Itatei, per ('ay. UierT and llnnrdini; .Stable in Ronncctinn. Kider, iiS anil XTi si.rcct. c IITT BARBER SHOP Chan. NiiKle, I'rop., Under Lake Shore National Jiaiik, nnrnei Outer and Third A tine Htxjck ol Korean and Ooineatic, (Cigars. 1 I j i) 3U cenuir street, horae-Hhoere. Particular attention i'to interfering lioreoa. Shoeing roiul i trotting horsob u specialty. UNKIKK EVENINU OI13KKVEK. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advei tiBinjr medium. IK THE NATIONAL CAPITOL OONFIRhNCE REPORT 9N CONSULAR BILL AGREED TO IN SENATE. THK TAIIIFF DKBATK rOSTI'ONKD. DUNKIRK ENGINEERING COMPANY. Kormerlv- bellow I'opplu. Manufacuirera ol Kngmes, Hoilert., Pulleys, Shaitmg Hangers, etc.. Patterns, (JaetingB, and Mactnue Work lo order. DUNKIRK BIlHtT CO., -OSI, 205 am! 'JOi Center strcot, JMantif.acturera of tlic and tilting Shirts. On salo in all leading furnishing, ulotlnng and dry goods huuses in Dunkirk. Dr. TOOMKT, 434 and 1SG street. Deaier in Klour, Feed, Baled Hay, Phos- Phatcp. etc. KDtabliBhed, 1877. 1.1 HIE HOTEL, and Saluon, Union Jj Depot. Easy accesB to all trains and bns- housoB. licst accommodatlonB fur Com- mercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. HIHI.ER.S CO., l V! and E. Third street. Kine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- aolBtermg. J'ictnre Frames made to order. II. MATTKSON CO., .'101 Central Avc.. Leaderaof F'lslnon anil Gcntlemun OultlllcrB. I AKKL.I. STEAM HEATING CO.. H ftmlfiicturerH of Steam lleatuiK Apparltttis. Sanitjiry I'limibniK SpecialLy. OMK STBAM l.AUNUKV. J L. (jar Fine Shirts, loo; ('ollnrs, Cuffs, 4c, anil L.u-e Curtinns. Free Oellv ry. A Cum tilings, -JOT Center Htreet. II j K. Third 81., cor. ol ISnlTalo Manufacturer dealer ir. Fine Hoots Mlic H- Third at. Hftioncr. jui E. Musical In- tu Fapera nd peruuniug .1 tiook mure s.cl oo. liotiko n HIS o'.a'.t 01! ol -jvcry ikbcriptioii and at living bj Cosniiany, Sand ID 1C. second St. The ttouulr Cinitldn-ii tlie Mill to H I'iilt'Ml Htulu I.iind bate !ht lilllh llrhiuned. Coiirricneo Kfpnrt on the Sliver Mill PioHcnlol to the The rorfi'lfiu-n lilll Debated In tlie Fldllne, July tho senate yes- terday I he (onferonee report on tlie con- sular and diplomatic appropriation bill IVHH yyreed to. Mr Morrill moved tliat the tariff bill be considered He said that after the bill iviis taken up, it, could be laid aside in- formally until the two shipping bills were disposed of. In reply to an inqniiy by Mi Harris: the proslrtinu officer stated thatUio two ship- pina billN would aiitim up ,ts the "unfin- ished busiiiBsH" at H o'clock .Mr Harris Llien feiigKCHted to Mr. Morrill not to make hln motion until after Mr. inn unable to see for my part (with my limited witii the methods of in this body) that anything IK to ho Kilned by taking lip the liu-iir bill at this time; cerlai ilj, not if it IH lo be laid aside from time to tune, J have understood that the Henalor from Maine desired to complete the considera- tion of the blilppini; bills; and t hat, afler that, he desired to tnke tip the mer and harbor bill. I have also understood I hat ihu cominittee on appropriations has, or soon will have ready, Ihe sundry i ap proprialion bill, and other bill-j that to be considered and paused upon by the senatii. T hope, therefore, I hat the from Vermont will not insist upon his motion, or if he does, that the senate will not sustain, bo thai, when the tariff bill is taken up for oonsideral ion we mny proceed with it in (he regular way until it IH completed. Air. iioiriil-If we arc to brim; Ihe .ses- sion to a elo.se at an early period it is necessary that we take up the most im- portant bill that is before- us. Wy purpose was merely that the tariff bill shall bo in order after Ihe disposition of the two ship- ping biiN: so that the seiialors who may ttobire to speak on the aiibjecl al large will have an opportunity lo do so. Then we can on as usual, and make ainond- menlH as the bill progresses. Mi Harris- I do not know tliat any- thing can miined by l.ikiiiK up the taritr bill m 'in and then having it laid as-ide with the lull of the at 'J clock. Mr. will have gained the reading of tbe bill Mr. object to further de- bate. The vote was taken on Mr Mori-ill's mo- tion and the result Hi; najH, S4 quorum votinx Then there was a call of the roll, to which forty-nine senators responded The taken anil the senate refused to lakenp the I arid bill -jeas, nav s, as fo] Yens .Mes-is Udridi. Allison. HIM is, Dixoii. nlph. L l-'ai well, Fiinllcmv. Kne, Iliile. Ilawli v. Ill-dick. Mandei-son. Mi.rrill, I'lnrt. ijiuu, Savvjer, Mieriii.ia, Stuck- hridne -.'0. is Vlli'ii. Hile. Heiry, Carlisle, I krell, liorpian, liaiiiplon. Ibu-iis, Jones ..I Al-l.ni.sus, llMell'-ll. I'lis.-.i. I'luild, i IbinsoiM, Sipiii-e, Toiler. Tin-pie, Vest, Vonrh, es, VV.illlmll Senate bill to stablish a United Blates- lund i-uiirt and to provide lor the .sidlle- uicnt of prn-.'ile land elaiins in thelerri- turies of New -Mexico, Arixoiia end L'lah, ,ind m the sl.ilesol and was taken up and discussed until loik, when it, was laid aside wit bout action and the consideration of tuo shipping bills (reported by Mr. eommene) ing times and the coanuiutionnl (JIKH ion tar the lioime to decide. He, iherefore, overruled ihe peint of order. Mr. Omhvraite dtmatided u second, and the Uemoorats to vote, left the house without n quorum. Mr. Dotvey thereupon ithrirew his niullon. A number of requeM.s for leave having been presented, Mr. DunneU of Minne- sota said thai rf there was to Ije a general stampede the house ahonld know it. Tile house went into committee of the whole (Mr Peters of ICniisns in the chair) lor tbe eonsideriilion of the senate bill to forfeit certain lands heretofore granted for the purpose of widiiit; in the construc- tion of railroadswith a hoiiie it therefor. Mr. I'ayson of Illinois explained that the bill proposed to forfeit all lands where the raihnad.s have not been completed at thib lime Mr. Oaten of .Alabama spoke- in favoi of the bill Mr. Slone of Missouri hold that for- feit lire should bo made of all binds not earned al the time fixed in l lie jjiai.' act He said he would offer as a siil lute for the ponding bill a proposition in- troducer] by him early in the s, ssioo to Ibis end The pending h'KisI ilion, he Nfticl. vvis demanded by the Northern I'acltlc railroad, whose champion olilhellooroft.hu house for many years had been Thomas Iteed No i ifl.ience had boen more potent in the c.itiou of the bouse than that of the N'u.-lliern I'acilic rmlriMil. He Ihe fart, that this bill, infamous HB il was, would KO on the .statute books The ]iins hud been set lor il Mr. y of Iowa favored thepindiiiH bill and thought Nfr. Stone's piopimilion Hhould be considered separately. IVndinjr lurlher debate Ihe oiniiiiltee rose and the house at ft o'clock adjourned. SUBSTITUTE FOR SILVER BILL. It I'rotlilen for tliti I'lireliiixii of Ounces of Silver a Month. WASHIM-.IOS, .Inly Hepublicati conierree.s on the silver bill held a meet- ing yesleribiy aflernoon and after a brief di.suishiou agreed on a basis of com pro- mi so on the silver question. It includes the pun-huso of ounces of silver, the issue of silver c-erlilieales- to be tender and to be redeotm.ble in lawful money only. A call was issued immediate- ly for a, iiinotiiiK of nil thu cotiferreesand Mr. Sherman bogau Uie preparation of t lie conference report. Following is the text of the conference subslit nte silver bill: Be it enacted, etc., that the secretary of the treasury is hereby directed to purchase from lime to lime silver bullion to the ag- Ki'i'Kttte amount of ounces, or much thereof us may be offered in each mouth, al market-prices thereof, not THK OF Sl'OIIT. MEETING OF OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. THIS .MAIThK 01- tOMESTKIl I-TXKS DON'T BET ON ELECTIONS. Settled, the rili-rcl I'mplrm In ti eiullon VI ill T.iko ii holding tile B, Tho e riBlit tn Ui' V iiids MllttCl- nililay Hi 11 riaylnc Bt nly s Hi ri'plis n i n r ller- ouia- an Hssona- o' k al the L t'li.s was repre- 01 s--, ram .e by llie Ai lilelic club me iM-ci-ssil ai eu ils Md'.y. si'1 -d i.irl the first as l he itiuii of u inu I he s! ale t he dire( tors nnan I he n iopires i N, y, aid correspondent to-lc-n- -is lollmvs. The direcl'ii-s of tho linn met v i st, rdav at Louisville hotel 'St sented In is Yi u dr (I. K ,md 'I o, Moiiini. The failuu o to i CM Ii this n ii, iM being icprosemcd I'resi.lcrt I'll, Ip. contested tile inents of Ihe del monsly io siisiai ej'i h insl auce -ind ijouers np- pearcd be'nrellie board and stated thf Htiiatlmi in '-i i-inl to ibiying ball al, Tlf board de-ided thai Ihe as oci i take up the light id the KIM dnb and direeled I'rcsident Phi ij, lojiioiejd to ainl employ i to-oniest the m-i'ter in lili o.irls. 'I'll l" of Olitosl games played n-pec lively al st Louis was ui'M taken up. eided in the absetee of statements from the umpire.-, no a vere lined each, and eai h fmleltrd thf amonul wagoreit by liim iseienil hiiiulreil dollarsi besides psy- ing the costs 'I'bf siipieme court affirms the i nling ol the lovi.r court. d fi ''eited Trile.do and it rle- cecding.sl lor .171 aS-JOOgrainsof pure silver I '-cm I At P.oitnn rio-ton C'leu-lioi.l M....... elllTe Plll.Vtr i j n g I1O, i (i n i i i o n n o lei find AIllllliv; nan I'lillures n. n. K ft 1 Ul fl 12 11 Mll- -n- and l I.lto, Ueitl- JU. VAN HUltKN a SON, KirC Acciiiont Mntt tit-iieral eru in Kcnl Ksiitle attention pau! Ui the e uv ut erojn rly colk-ot- inicrentsao. 219 Cent ut erojn rly r -t.. -ind I'.uur. .TONIIOK'S 1'UAUMAl' 1', IOU Central Avenue for I'epe.r Pa.nt Ac. J. W., t -'oy Cc.Ucr street, UIK! .1 -.iler in Sad, lien, ilrulles, Collnrri, Trunks, ISutFnlo IIubcH-, Horse Covers (Jloi'OB Mittens and >U-iKh llobca. P8CHOLTKS. 17 Kaet Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen v.-i 1 1 find it to their advantage rat! OQ mo before uluewhcre. B. CAKY A CO., 333 Lion street. Genera] I.eaii.Ollfi.Pamter's iiipplies. Oil Cloths, Ware. vV bpecial- of ShcrwiriWiliiamsPait'tanJ Monroeraniro. H such us blunk-lwuks, all kmddot blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Compaiy, S and 10 K. Second St. igo. anil Cor. Third and Bullalo Dialer in Granite, Marble. and Bui (ling Stons. Call on me before buying your side-walk. RISLRV CO., 7 mid 9 East Krunt atrcel- Whiaky, Winee, Gor.rral Liquor Store for Family Use. KOBEKT M'KAY, Linn Btreet, near the dupot. Hoarding, Sale, Food and l.ivery stable SUjDbng by tlie day or wock on reasonable ,JAM J. OIKFORD, .101 Central Avo. O (Jencral Inniiranuc anil Real Estate t'lrc, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. 1'rompt attention ir'ven to hnv nc aiulsellmu KsUite. C. I 73 K. Third Bt., cor. Deer. Excrldur Meat Market. Fresh, Sail and Meats, I..ii-d. Sausages, Oysters an" Poultry. W 7 ATCtTES, JKWELKX. "Bnv llie Aurora Itttdroad W.iloli. Keiuunng .1 specialty. Frank F. atapj. 83 K. Third su M. MOCK Ell, Merchant Tailor, 116 Cnntral Avenue REWARD! WK will pay the above ard lor any case o Dyspepsia, Heailache 1-uigestiuu, ConsUiuitiun or Costivetiess umnotuure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills when the rtirectiomt ari; atriclly with They are iiurely Vegetable, and never Jail V- give satisiacuon. Sugar coated. Large boxes, tontaiumg 3C I'llls. 25 cento. Beware 5l coun- U.Tleiu, and immmons. The genuine mann- only by JOHN C. WEST C by MONROE'S PHARMACY. D Fryp frnin iho cummitiec was resumed. Mr. Reagan said that lie agreed nuist licaitily vviili tin1 purpose ul buililinx up ayuiii tin-int-rcaiil iU-marine of t lie nited hut that he did not nuree with the pclii-y of the jKMidinu hiiu' The Tniied Suites cnnld not cxpeU to liuild up t-oni- nicrc" M h-ii tUj- policv of if. revenue vv as (lest i mi; the existence of in- terim ional coinnieiTi'. At. thu cloM- of Mr. KeiiHan'.-. riniiaiks UK- hill wa-. ITI-ii'i'd rroni tho hon.se and was (on motion of .Mr. KI-JB) ordered to lie on the Ittblu until thi- return u> of tlio uliairman of the coiiiinittei.' on priv- and 1'lrc.tiuns I.Mr Hoar) Mr. Morgan addres-ed ih  the Tinted Stales in that one instanct1 of I'orhiddiiii; the use of ve-soln under the Aiiieridin llau'ihat are l.'iult in the t'niied States. Mi Mor- yrl l V ielded t he Hour tem pot aril v and Mr. Sherman presented (he conleieiicc report, on Ihe silver hill il was read in full he notice thai he would call it up for act ion to-day Mr. Krv e m.-idt- some an in favor of tin, h net voles 'x l i Al.ei a hri, I p lo.........' (hlil ional rental ks said In- hoped to II I" d.lV. sion i he at and to issue in payment tor btirh pur- chases of silver bullion trea.snry noles of the 1'nited Slates to be. prepared by the BL'cretnry of the treasury, in nuch forms and of such dcnoniinalioiiH not less than nor more than iJl.OOO, as he may pre- scribe, and u sum sufficient to carry into ellect the provisions of this act is hereby appropriated ont of any money in Ihe treasury not otherwise appropriated. Section a-Thar the treasury notes in accordance with the provision of this act shall be ieduemable on demand, in coin, al the treasury of tho United States, or at the nflicc of an assistant treasurer of the I'mled Stales and when so redeemed may lie reissued; but no m-eater or less amonnit of such notes shall be out.stunilinn nl any time than th" cosl of silver bullion and the staiulaid silver dollars coined Ihere- from and held in treasury purchased ncli notes, and mich tieasury notes .shall he a legal tender inpayment of all debts, public and private, except where otherwise expiessly in the con- tract and shall he receivable lor ciisl oins, taxes and all public dues, and when so received may he reissued; and such notes when held by any na- tional banking association, may In-counted as a part of its lawful apil ai, I hat upon demand of tho holder of any of the treas- ury noles herein provided for llie ry of the lieasin-y shall, under Midi regula- tions it- he may prescribe, redeem .such notes m or stiver coin. HI his discre- tion, it established pulley of I he United .-tales lo maintain tin- two metals oil a p iiiv with each other upon the present le'.-il ratio or such ratio as maj be ided law. Seclii o That the secretary shall each nionlh com ounces of the silver bullion pin i based under the provisions ot this act into standard silver dollars mini the Nl diij ol July, after that tune he shall coin ol the Hivcr bullion purchased uiidei tlie ]irin-isinns of this act as much as may be to provide I'd. Ihe i, limpli......f iiry notes li-iein provided for and any arising such coin- linled for and paid mlo At I'lul.-i. Philiul. 1'ltt.shllli; Hnllt-rie- C'urroll. I At r.'eu New Vni k HulValo.... Kntteiles Mack. I'll ChlCMk'O Hailenis and I1.111 i (i n i 4 ii t lr Hllll Kn.uhl II 1 1 (1 n- Moi in s II I, u ii n mil Ewlnit: Ibiddi all ney ar (I .-shei i-l H. n Ii. is 4 i n 9 h k ami SWELTERING CHICA5O. Anollii II. I Wave AtfliclH Ilic Itcaldoatl of I lie   ItKATH, They Tiy to the Fury of thf, storm Hiding In H Cellar, liiifl Killed hy Fulling; Triiln Blown Imiii the Trark und Sevornl .Seilnni.lv Destruo- live Stiirni In MINVK.M'OI.IX. Minn .Inly R. -A special from Detroit, Minn to The'Tribune A repoilcr of The Kecord at Detroit, Minn., dcsi ribe.s Ihe tornado which struck the city of Kargo, N D., at o'clock vesleiday morning as follows: About mid- night, a slrong wind prevailed, lint no at. tention was paid to it until 'J .10 o'clock, when in a few minutes the citizens real- ized that a terrilic tornado had veered down upon ihe eity by the lied river and left a biilhmark that will be remembered lol veais lo come. Tin; .siurm demoli.shed the Manitobannd Milwaukee Ireighl house, threw down the eled IK- liglii destroyed the fronts ol tin- Davis block, the opora house block, the Conliuental block, the Gartleld block, this Webster block, unroofed the Northern Pacific freight depot, also The Republican oHiceiind IheChapin hardware stove. The court house lower is badly twisted aud deposited on he sidewalk on Tenth street. The Plymouth Congregational church is desirojed, Ihe I.uger Kni-niturecompany's ware house is damaged, and numerous bricks Irom The Argns brick block lie on Ihe ground. The Dee ring warehouse Is damaged to some as also i.s Alfstadt's hard- ware store and Vachcn's restaurant. The Kenny block and Kxehange hotel suffered badly of smaller buildings and nids of sidewalk are demolished. The saddest of all in the death oi the onlire family, consistingof the mot.her and seven children of the late Cnpt. McCarthy, which oei in-red at their residence at the. corner of Ninth i ml ]i'jfth streets. The family had taken reluge in Ihe cellar, und in some manner w.-re aught in t he tim- lalbng building and crushed BATHING GOODS. BATHING II ATS, BATU1NG SUITS, HATI1ING SJJOKS. BATHINGjTRUNKK. AND TIOHTS. V JLJ L Blithe coiinii......-e of Collin.s 1 0 d ii n n n n cd and siionlih-r sprained, uilsiis Al' l ii, 1'alouse City. U'ash cm. (i A M SI Mi.'s. c. If. (iun badl.v Ml d-lil I'uid-, s hurl seriotisl M'arren I1. I'urdy, vice president of the Hock Island railroad, and lamily, ai com- paried Col It. S. Thompson and wife, wen- :n Mr I'nrdy's private car, hut, noue was sel lonsly injured. The I rain consisted of three cars ami nine coaches, also Suporlnlend- enl Me( a lie's special car, containing liaily ol hicago and cials accompanying Mr. MeCabe. The passeimi-i- in i he sleepers succeeded in drcs ing anil valuables, al Ihoiu.h H uas dillicult in the dark. NVrecking trains immediately went t.o .ind after several hours of work trains able to run. The slorm extended over Xorthe.rn Min- nesota and was Hiigliily lull, at, Detroit, "hen- U demolishediheplate. I 'I In- lieci id olliee and overtiirned mall building., and one house wits uck bj lightning .in.l binned. No one s lllll'I ill y. A FOUNDRY BLOWN DOWN. e.it I o Ihn Storm al 'IiNNi.M'iii.is, July s. A s-peeial lo The from Moorhead, Mmn says-: i which broke over this city at yesietdav v, as never eipiallr' of Minncsoi a. (Jreat daiiia; property was done in ibis city, besid'cs a, number of [inople being injured. So far as reporlei t hero i.s no loss of life in this city. The n osl serious damage to properly was the blowing down of the foundry, also the round house, belonging to the (iival hern railroad. A pan ol ihe roof and several chimneys tterc iilonn ho.n Ih- stale normal school, .Hsu the high school. Considerable- dam- age was d...... lo the (irimd Pacific, J. Cookcand Central hotels. A large number of buildings in Ihe country were blown down and consider- able damage done lo grain The grain elevator ,it I-'euny, si v miles east of here, is blown down, and lies across the North- ern 1 'IK ilic railway track HEAVY The <-n. STORM AT NEW anil ORLEANS. irmiso anil FuHfufllrn Uaillj- iiniaKOil Italii. il R -A heavy wind storm ted yesterday, dam- for I he In KtiHHla. July 8 prospects Il.irie 'i.n-1; '-.I hai-M'-l I nrnuuhuut tint whole of I-itissiii nre In llie Halt in provinces the prcspei I- are Appointed XKH OlM and r aging a number of buildings in Ibis city, blowing down trees and fences and pros- trating telegraph wii-f.s in all directions. The most serious damage was done to the custom house. Workmen were, building a new observatory on the roof, and had lorn uji a port'ou ol the rooling. The sudden and rem i-tablo down-pour of rain Hooded the in -tor of the, build- ing, pt.uring down om anoiher and n body out of the nllices. was among the. otlices flooded and damaged. At ihe same time the wind blew tlie scaffolding down, and tbe planl.iug crashed through the glass light miller the dome, timber and glass falling ilh a great crash into Ihe rotunda. Many occupants of the building narrowly escaped injury. The damage will amount to many thousands of dollars. H! States Ganger. WASHIM.I-IJN, July 8.-nugh P. MuHt ____ _____ gan has been appointed Uuited Btafcea afternoon by Governor Niehoiln with his ganger at Rochester, N. T. veto. The Lottery Bill Vetoed. HATON KOIIGK, La., July 8.-The lottery bill was returned to the houst yesterday Wo liavv! the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. W< carry a complete line of NET- TLETONVS Kino Shoes. If yon want a K ice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our (JENTS1 Calf Shoe in Button ami Congress, in 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. SULLIVAN SON, 218 Centre Street NfW HOME ilWING MACHINf- 28 UNIONSQUARE.NX M. VANDEVELDE, 45 K. Third street. DUNKIRK, N. ADAMJELBBUMyNDSRSON AMIUtlOAX JJLOCK. Buffalo, N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our moUo i.s: "Sucond t.o None." to be. socosid to none in your service. TIT us am! see. We winh to upon our out of town CrifiiiU. in vinw of the pi'ojjosuil in the tin-ill1 ami the. prohiililc incrciiHc in tin:  vork. Satisfaction guaranteed DUNKIRK PRINTING CO. AMEUICAN BLOCK, 2 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N. V. Manufacturer and Importer, 364 MAIN ST., BOFPAJC.O, N. V. Diamonds, DEALER IN and Jewelry, Leather Goods, KNOKA VINO, now 4. SIL VKR PLA riK A COMPLETE LINE OP MAtS STREKT, BUFFALO, N. y. o to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures EWSPAPERl   

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