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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK V. Y. FRTIMY, JULY 25. 1R90 REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. HEW ROTJNO MACHINE lor rulln all kindt of blanks is the latest audition Mechanical Department of DnnkirklPrintingtCompany. LKXAMUEK-s Coal and Wood Yard. 7! Central Avenue, uupoeite Xickcl Pla All of Hard and Soft Coa Lumber. Shingles and Lath. Free for wholesale lo D eWTOKD, 2B and Central Av Artistic Photographer iustantaneon Photograph! of Babies a specialty. Sitter not wait for sunshine except fo OOOK BWDKBY-JAMKH IKVIXG. IT tJ prietor, No. E. Second street, near Bli Dunkirk, N. Y. Magazines, Mi He, Famphleu, etc., bonml in all atvlea. Order promptry attended to. All work guaranteed. BUHCUKK-S CKOCKKHV HUUHE, SOS Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in IT ported an Jornesoc China, Glassware, Ac, 1HACTAUUUA HOTKL, _ per day. Jvarr Boarding Stable in connection Victor Kider. SB and 337 I.iou street. j lITY BAKUKK SHOP ChM. Nagle. Prop., Under Lake Shore National Bank, corne in, I Third A Hue stock o Foreign and Domestic oigan. I 'ON MS cen street, rracucal uorse-shoera. Particular attention i Shoeing of roa- .1 trotting bones a specialty. EVEMLNO OBSERVER. Largest Daily In the Connty. An unequalled advertising medium. i UDMKIICK EMOINEERraa COMPANY Formerly Sellcw A Popple. ManaUcturersof Engines. Boilers, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns. Forgin Castings, and Machine Work to order. SH1HT CO., 203, 2O5 anil ssuT Center street, Manufacturers oJ the Cromwell' enj "Dunkirk" perfect- titling Dreas Shirts. On sale tuotliiDg and dry goods houses n all leading lurmshmg Dunkirk, Df. TOOMEY, 434 and 4S8 Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, -alt. Baled iay. phawa, etc. Established, 1577. hRlE HOTEL and fining Saloon, UIIH.IJ i Depot Easy access to aU trams ana bus- iness nouses. Best accommodations lor C'oih. nercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, i'rop. i.' HUSHS CO., Cl fi and 99 E. Tninl street. rme Furniture, Cabinet Ware ana aolstenng. Picture Frames made to oriler. U. MATTESON A CO., 30] Central Ave., Jailers of Fashion and Uentlcruen J j AIUCLI. MTKAM auuiscluremol Steam tleaUut; App. __ Sanitary Flurnliing a Specialty. i I U.MK STEAM LAU.NUBV. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOc; Collars Ac; Cuffs, tc, and Lace Curtains. Free Dehv sry. A W. Cammmgs, 2U7 Center street. 11 K. OEUM. E. Third St., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes WEIUSB-S NEW STOKE, 103 E Third st. Books. Stationery, Musical In- ia aud Weekly Papers in everythipg pertaining to a ttrst class schoo. Books a specialty. IN ALQMOL THE SENATE PASSES THE INDIAN APPROPRIATION BILL. MB. VEST EULOGIZES CATHOLICS. Be Maintains That Thej iSave Made More Progress In Educating Red Men Than Any Mr. Juues Arg-uet That the Cheap Contract Schools Should be Main- Hankruptcr Bill Panned. WASHINGTON, July senate yes- terday passed the following bills: House bill for the construction of a bridge across the Savannah river; senate bill for the construction of a bridge across the Willamette river at Albany, Ore.; senate bill to provide American register for the steamer Marniion Consideration of the Indian appropria- tion bill was then resumed. The amendment appropriating for the prosecution of a suit in Xorth Carolina lo enforce certain rights of the Cherokee Indians in that state was modi- fled so to merely appropriate to pay the legal expenses already incurred In the suit. Agreed to. The next amendment to provoke discus- sion was one increasing an appropriation of tlOO.OOO for the support of Indian schools to including the const ruc- tion of a si hool building at lilack Feet tencv, Montana Mr. opposed the amendment as the introduction of a system intended to abol- ish denominational education among the [nil Jan.- He spoke of an official visit which he had made to an Indian agency some years ago and of his observation of the work of the Catholic church in edu- cating the Indians. A school which had >een erected by Catholic churches was then standing theie unoccupied because the atcfnt would not permit the Jesuits to each any of the Indian children. His opinion- on the subject were fixed. The had succeeded better than any ther people in tlu-education of thelndian. Mr. Vest explained his position to be: That if the Catholics were doing better in educating the Indians than other deurmi- nutiotis, he was iu f.ivor of the Udtholics, f the Prfsbyterwn.s or the Baptist.., were oint; lit-itcr. h.- n lavnr of them. But e was c ,.ij, ,-d thr ('atholi< s were loiv eiln ifii .UIH.I.LJ t ii" Indians tlmn any 'rotestanf dfimniination could be. No ther denomination could take their place; jecause the Indians, like nil oilier people merging from barbarism, had received impressions that were pe-'iminent, He did nut care whether it tuitiht be ailed religion or inon. The idians were t'athohcs .ind uoiih! remain atholic-- rh.'iv tribes u liiclt had ecer.eil from some petiilnir in- uences a din-  BVKE.N SON, Fire Lile Acciuenl and Geueral Inauracca in Estate and Loans. Particular attention MIU to toe c.tre oJ property collect- ing rents to. 219 Center at. 2nd floor. PHARMACY, 300 Central Avenue .lauarlers Wall Paper Pa.nt. Oils. Ac. to ou farm-., build houses and raise cattle. Tiie cheap contr.ict s, hools, Mr. June.s argued, otiixht ti> lie maintained; and no feeling of sectarian prejudice oimht to be allowed to opt-ialeanaiiist achnivh simply ernand that only union men should be I States squadron rook place yester- mplo.ied, but it is understood that now I !lay afteruoou, about 700 crisis has been reached they will uot con- i ing'. ider it worth while to prolong the dis-1 While practicing outside with heav ute, but will make the required conces-' guufi Wednesday an accident occurred o on. the Kent-surge whicli lv prove fatal. Th An American named Rogers has been I 8Hme K11" which iiink the Alabama rrested at Tilsit for forgery. It is the. offender. After discharging a shel that his known forgeries number weighing 180 pounds, it turned, the tsiptaiu of the gun in the temple making a severe wound. An informal reception will be given a this evening to Admiral Ger bardie's officers A grand reception was held at Kebc Valley last night. At Buffalo 00 Brooklyn 000 OOO Ri Ht 15 23 R. H. K. o- 2 n 2 5 13 2 Two HufTal KILLED ON A TRESTLE. Lehigh becau-f it lii shown a to go J. IT., US Center street, Sluiutacturer aaU dealer m Harness. Bridles, U-irae UUI CoUmrs. Trunks.Whips, Buffalo Kobcs Gloves AlittensandSlajgh P9CHOLTES, 17 East Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will and it to their advantage lo call on me before purchasing e PH. GARV CO., 33S Lion street. General Hardware, White Lead.Oil Supphes, Oil CloUu, Granite WaSe. of anenra Williams Pairtand M d MonroeVinge. R ledger., and all kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company. 8 an J W E. Second sfc KCUULPH Cor. Third and Buffalo Sia_ in Marble, me CO- 7 ana 9 East Front street. Whisky. Wines, Brandies, u-neral Liquor Store lor Family Use. pOBERT M'KAT, IV Lion street, near tne depot. Boanung, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable Stabling by loe day or week on rearonabte OOTOMtU. Ml Central Ave. O ueaeral anU lieal Eatau. fat, Lite, Accident. Live Slock lajurance. Prompt attention givan lo baying and Mlling Real Estate. C. JUNKS, I 75 E. Third M., cor. Deer. txctUior Meat Market. Freah, Sail .-n. S.. okoJ Ueau, Lard, Sausagea, Oyitcn am Pool try. ATCUKS. JKWEUITC, AC. Uu> Ibe Aurora Bailroad R 'pairing a speciallv. Frank K. XU'inl i W1 RE WARD I W E will pay the above ntwarit tor any UOM ol Liver Complaint, Dyipepcia. Sick Headacbe iMdigctQon. ConatipaDun or Costoveneu we caojiutean Weal's Vegetable Liver wJxn directiom an strictly complied mtb. Ihey an purely regulable, and never Mil lo fivcaatiabteUon. Coated. Large Beware of coon- wrMta. and Tbe genuine mano taeond only bv JOHK C. WCST CO. Sold bj MOSKOK'S Pnarmaov, Unokirk, X. Y. forward, and spend more money, ,ind ex- ercise more thought and labor aud dili- gence in the good work than other churches or denominations had done. Mr. Dolph replied to Mr Jones, and gave figures a., to the tost of the govern- ment Indian schools in Oregon and else- where to refute the charge of extrava- gance. Mr. Dawes thought that if there was any extravagance in the expenditures, for Indian education an effort should be made to correct the evil Mr. Blaino thought that the Indian children, according to the statistics, were much bi'iter off than the white or colored He followed up this remark with a brief aig'itnent 111 favor of education schemes advocated by him which he aa'ul was not dead. After remarks by Mr. Mitchell the amendment was agreed to. The senate discussed and agreed to amendments appropriating So.OtXJ each for ludiau industrial spools near Flan- dreau. S. D., and Mandan. The amendment lo s-rike out an item of for the .support education of sixty Indian pupils ,it St .losojth'g Dor- mal school at K.mss-ilaer. Ind, and one of for IfX) Imli-m children at the Holly Family Iiidi.iM school. Blackfoot agency, Mont provoked discussion. In explanation of these amendments, Mr. Dawes stated tmit it was the desire of the committee to keep the appropriations within the amount now appropriated so far as possible iu dealing with ileuomina- tiom.l schools. He referred to the contro- versy when the present management of :he Indian bureau came in, brought about by the inquiry made other deuomina- ions to the discrepancy between the amounts spent on their institutions and the amount spent on Carbolic schools. Mr Davis supported the amendment. Mr Ca'i. a member of the committee on appropriations, opposed the amendment and eulogized the work of the Catholic churches in the matter of Indian educa- tion. Mr. Turpie and Mr. Power arcued against the amendments. The amend menu, were rejected nnally-yeas. 1'J. 27. The reading of the bill was then crm- chtded. The KH was reported to the senate and all the amendments asreed to by the com- mittee of the hole were concurred in aud the bill passed. The tarirl bill was laid before the senate es the -.infinUhed business, anrt after a short t.xtvutive session the senate at. 5-40 p. m adjourned. THE HOI'SE. WAS-msn-rux July 25.- After the read- Ing of the journal yesterday the house proceeded to vote upon the committee i amendinonts to the bankruptcy bill. The I are principally Verbal and informal. Mr. McMillen demanded n sep- ariite vote ou each amendment, and much was consumed. I The committee amendments having Hoyi .struck by Valley Truln. BtTFALo. July and Jame Wolu. were walking along the Erie trestle near I.ovejov street last evening whi-nibe Ijeinxh Valley train No. 12 ap prom bed Before they could get out o the WHJ- they were both struck. Jame was instantly killed. Julius was badly bruis.-d aiufone ana uas crushed. The of .lames were placed on the tram and brought to the depot. Co oner Tucker ordererl them taken to the morsriie. Julius WHS removed to his home and attended by a physician. M'ltsliQut In Colorado. Julj washout on the C'oluiaiio entral railroad is the most ilit list mi.- in the history of the road. The oftir-niK iMiiuot.as >et, state the amount o duniHai- done, l-ur will reach Twenty miles of tiack were washed away five miles the forks of the creek to Smith Hill cud and fifteen miles from UolilentoKlov.lli.il The iron bridge at the foiks of i creek was completely de- stroM'd. A huge force of men have "been woiking since Tuesday repairing the dmiMgi. ami it is expected that trains will be iibie 10 rt-adi the forks of the creek some time to-day. ;.-ilnsl the riillaiirlphla Times. i I i. July Francis Tracy i !ia.s brought a suit in imaitis; the Times Publishing damages for suit A Tobin, a. trespass re libel .uid .1 s snecial damages" The libel ab 'nrth Elevators. BisMAiu K, X. D July Hames of the board of railroad commis- sioners characterizes as unreliable the re- port that no elevators in Xorth Dakota will receive grain for storage this year. Postrnasierii Appointed. WASHINGTON-. July Ballard was yesterday appointed postmaster at Crauby Centre, county, and W. Gould at Omar, JefTersou county, X. Y. Steamship Arrivals Yesterday. SOI'TIUMFTOX. July bla from York. XKW YOIIK. .luly I'rinci- fnim H.ivuna. XEW VUKK. 25.-Arrived, from Antn C.irrKcaa from .NEW YORK, July !5.-Ai-rived, Lahn from liremen. Arrived, Indian Sea DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? YOU GET THE WRONG SORT; THE RIGHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TQPANDARE c-'r DH GEO. A. MACBETH t CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA 60. Contracts In Hung.-iry is duiug her share of warlike prepui-.tiiou The immediateconstructiou of a f.n-tory at for the manu- facture of smokeless powder has been ordered, a large number of heavy guns have been contracted for. At Olelzko. Austria, yesterday, lightning struck a farm house killed the owner, bis wife anil a servant. The three bodies were couMirued in the fire that resulted, the dwelling being destroyed. THE BURNED STEAMER EGYPT. Thrilling Scenes on Board the ni-Fated suffocated. LONDON, July oil steamer Man hattan arrived at Dover yesterday and th crew of the Kgj pt were landed in boats They were greeted by a large crowd o spectators and friends, and the scene was an exciting one. The stories of the sur vivors of the disaster were eagerly listened to. It appears that the fire broke out a 10 o'clock ou the night of the 17th. It was discovered by a fireman in the starboart coal bunker, who piomptly gave the alarm, and the men were ordered to th hose and pumps. They behaved in an orderly manner throughout the trying ordeal. Despite their efforts the flames blazed fiercely and the fire continued to spread. There seemed to lie no chauce o: prospect was a most escape and the gloomy one. Stampede of Cattle. Many of the cattle on board were suffo- cated in their stalls. Numbers of others were terribly burned before breaking loose and rushum overboard. The bellowing ol the suffering animals was horrible. At I o'clock when the men were nearly ex- hausted and the tire had complete pos- session of the steamer, the German vessel Gustav Oseur of Hamburg bore down upon the Egypt and there was great rejoicing among the fire-besieged crew. Six of the Egypt's boats were lowered and by o'clock all the crew l.jid Iwn snfely trans- ferred to the Gusrav O-car. whence they watched the burmim Egypt until noon. There should have been eight lioats on the Egypt. Terrible Snfl'erhig of the Men. Some of the crew say two boats were damaged by he fire and had to be aban- doned, while other- claim the steamer was two short. The men hud suf- fered terribly from heat and over- work help arrived. They are now Lieing cared for in the comfortable sailors' some, and will proceed to London to-day. When the Manhattan approached the Egypt she s.iw the Gustav Oscar giving signals of distress. The ninety-five men ;aken from the E-ypt were crowded on ler decks, with hardly room to stand, and he little vessel was almost sinking. The Manhattan quickly lowered her boats and the sufferers toherown decks. Simmer's face is badly burned and lis eyes are much injured. All the Egypt's crew speak in high praise of their accom- modations and treatment aboard the Manhattan. of the T.fjpff Fire. LosDoy, July 23. to the offi- cial statement in regard to the burning of he steamer Egypt, the fire originated in he bales of cotton over the boilers. The ire soon, damaged the pnmps BO as to :rently impair their usefulness. The Ejrypt w.-i; miles from Land's End hen the fire broke out. CongreiHinan Baker', Chaiicea Waning RociihsTEn, begins to look as if Congressman Baker was in danger o getting left iu the matter of a renomina tion. Five ward caucuses have been held by and John Van VoorbU won iu four of them the delegation Iwiug tied in the Sixth ward. Jlr. Baker was expected home yes- terday to attend to his canvass, but ad vices were received from Washington stating that lie is still in the nationa capital and it is thought likely that he in- tends to withdraw ironi the contest. A Fight With Trump.. Ind July night a vicious gang of tramps undertook to take possession of the Lake Shore freight tram, No. 48, at Liquonier. A furious battle resulted between the train- men aud the trumps, and in the melee one of the brakeiuen, Frank Hauk, was shot twire in a tramp and is not expected to live. Conductor Rockwood was severely pounded about the head and breast. The gang was repulsed and Lake Shore detectives .sent after them, but no trace of them has been found. To Investigate Commisaioner Raom. July house com- mittee on rules has agreed to report in a modi lied form with a favorable recom- mendation, the ro.-oluuoti introduced by Representative Cooper of Indiana, provid- ing for an investigation of charges made ag.-iin.st Commissioner Kauru. The reso- lution provides that the investigation shall be conducted by a select committee of five. Jndge Davl.1 Will Filed. BUTTE, Mont., July Asensationwas created here yesterday by the filing of the will of the late Judge A. J. Davis. The docnment, which was dated in Iowa in 18S6, makes his brother John of this city sole heir. Annuities are also given to two illegitimate children. The estate is valued at Mr. Blalne Criticised. LONDON, July Daily Telegraph regrets the Hsperity of Secretary Blaine's tone in the Retiring negotiations. England is strong enough to be calm and courteous, aud is sufficiently fond of peace to disregard Mr. Blame's petulance. Rochester's Count ROCHESTER, N. Y., July S5.-Complete returns from all the Rochester districts e been received by Ceimis Supervisor Wage. The present population of Roches- is shown to lie against in 1880, a gain of 51.4 per cent. Joseph Fischer Discharged. ROCHESTER, N. Y., July Fischer was discharged in the police court uy from the charge of murder in Edward Sbanley during a drunken row at Sea Breeze last Saturday night. The Strike Batteries-Haddock and Mack; Sowders nnd Cook. At Chicago- riilcaao o o n i o Hbllaililplila...O 0 0 0 II Batteries -Baldwin and Farrell. Hustcd and Hollman. At Pittsliurg-Plttsburg-Boston .-ame post- poned: grounds. At Clevelaml-Xew York game postponed; wet grounds. National League. At H. H. t Cincinnati 7 H) 3 New York 2 0 U 0 0 n 2 0 S 8 1 Balteries-Rhlnes and Harrlnu-ton; Rusie and Huckley. At Chicago- H. H. E. Chicago 0 Brooklyn 3 0 I) II 2 0 II :i H 8 4 Luby, Stein and Klttredge: Cur- rutliers ind Dully. At Pittsburg-Plttsburu-Boaton game post- poned. wet gi-ounds. At f game postponed; wet grounds. American Association. At New R. H. E. Brooklyn 89 St. Lonfa Batteries-Murphy and Pitz; Hart and Wells At Philadelphia- n.H.K. Alhli'lii-. ..1 J 0 0 0 0 I 0 3 0- 8 13 3 Lmilsvillv...O 1 1 II 3 0 0 0 1 1-711 7 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT r, 1 KT A LO., Patent Altornevs, 615 7th a G' "'H' u- s- 0'- and Re- Issues secured rrnric Marks All 1'atent l.ii, new comlucie.1 lor moderate Fees. Information Advice an.l special references sent on re, fcircd who can furnish a horse and give irwho lime lo inr business, bpare moments, may be prolit- ably employed also. A few in town, I? H f" u JOHNSON aU, Kichroond, Va. 00 An ''-v "ve .elluip "Our llerha." mo i.ir Kverv box iriiar- "'''r General Mate Agents, HAJISUKM, Ilutteiies -Eapcr anil Kappell; Stiatton mid At .Syracuse- H. K. SII-HCIIM; ............0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 CnlnnibiiK... .11 1 1000-250 and Brlggs. Eastern and O'Connor. At Rorhester-Rochester-Toledo game post- poned; rain. New lork State League. At Albany-Albany 8. I'obelskill 5. At Utlc-a-Utlca 4. Troy B. At Oueouta Oimonta 8. Johnstown 4. A Dnmper on -the Detroit Racei. DETKOIT, July third day of the summer meeting of the Detroit Driving club was a magnificent success in point of attendance rain storm and performance, however, flooded A heavy the just after the finish of the second heat of the 4-year-old mce, and prevented further racing yesterday. The feature of the day was Sunol's half mile performance. In the first heat of the Hnnvmnn stake race Maggie S. all but shut out Allerton with the rest of i ho Held. In the second heat of this race Allerton lowered his record half a second. The attendance was in the neighborhood of Tbe first race was the finish of the Merchants' and Manufac- turers' guaranteed stake. and Manufacturers' GunmnteHd stakes, class, troithiK; purse 7 1 2 Walter E 7 Suisun...........3 Play Boy.......... 1 Gillett...........2 AlmontWilkes... 6 4 IU 9 Carrie Walton Siglight Priuce Warwick. Stick Fax! 11 PooaL'nt'B 8 H dis. 8 8 10 4 d'r. class, trotting, best two in three: p-irsii Alfreds i j Bullion Kit Curry Direct etch 4 s Sunol was sent for half a mile. She went with a runner from the half mile post like the wind, passing the three- quarter in 31 and came under the wire a record in The Horseman Great Expectation stake for trotting; purse largaret i o Allerton Free-for-all, pacing; purse i Gray Harry. Villard St. Paul Races, ST. PAUL, July First race yesterday, mile: Lillian Lindsey first, Long Shot second, MncBeth third; time, 1-.40X. Second race, miles: Prince Fortu- nalus first. Cousin Jeems second Heron bird; time, Third race, mile: Semper Fidele first, Anne Elizabeth second, Palfiena third; inie, Fourth race, 1 mile and 70 yards: Ten- city first, Khaftan second, Duke of Highlands third; time, Fifth race, 1 1-16 miles: AJmont firet, ela May second, Long Shot third; time, :50. _ Ball Demurrer Overruled. ROCHESTER, N. T., July 25. Judge Verner ol the court of sessions has handed own an opinion overruling the demurrer We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoe? in plain and light-colored tops hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Cougresp, 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, 213 Cenira Street THE ROSES ARE BLOSSOMING. -----Old------ Ladies and gentlemen, you are all invited to call aud ex- amine my stock and prices Orders taken now for next fall or spring delivering of all kinds of nursery stock, Dutch bulbs, etc. Th. F. Vandermeulen, Cor. Eagle and 7th Sle., Dunkirk, N. Y AMERICAN BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is: "Second to None." We wish to bo sucond to nom; in your service. Try us and sue. YORK, July cloak opera- to the against the baseball ors' strike is ended. The manufacturers play en for playing at Windsor iave agreed to everything demanded by Beach and denying the motion (o diamiw the men. said We wish to impress upon our out of town friends, in of the proposed changes in the tariir aud the pronable incroawe in the cost of nearly all kinds of dry goods, thai tlie month of June will he month for them to shop, were never lowei than they prcheut in our store. e proposed tariff bill prices must go up. THR Prices aru at ll'cli VAKDEVELDE, tr> K. Third street. DUNKIRK, N, Such as Tin.e-boolts, Blank- books, Ledgers, We have facilities for doing work in any style desired, and will furnish diagrams and draw- ings of any desired class of work. Satisfaction guaranteed DUNKIRK PRINTING CO. We lire olfuring splendid bar g.iii s in sateens and ginghams and summer wash fabrics of all kinds. Tire balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We quote the following in underwear: Gentlemen's blue mixed shirts and drawers in medium weights, at 50c. per suit. Gentlemen's Biillrnggan underwear We. per suit. Gentlemen's blue aneoln shirts and drawers at 25c. eacb, 40c. Ladies' Jersey vests as low as lOc eacb. Ladies' balbiiggan vests with trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good grade Jersey at 25c. .each. White and black lisle thread Jersey vests at 75c. each. Silk vests, all colors, 75c. eacb. Linen prices will be considerably ad- vanced if the tariff is changed. Our prices are much below even current prices, and we are selling fine cloths, napkins, D'Oyleys, towels, etc.. at Mirgains .New styles in parasols. New styles in gloves. New fctyleb in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for Rugs, Draping and upholstering fabrics. Adam Helta ami BLOCK, MAI A STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. C.C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 364 MAIN ST., H. T. DBALKB IN Diamonds, WatcLes and Jewelry, Clockd Jiilvcrwarc, Leather etc KNQHA VIKG, GOLUj VKR PLA TIN A COMPLETE LUTE OF r MAIN STRKKT, BUFFALO, JT. Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures lEWSPAPERr SlEWSFAPERl   

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