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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 16, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               B REPRESENTATIVE gSINESS HOUSES i OF DUNKIRK. THE BUSINESS WORLD. INDICATIONS TO AN LENT FALL TRADE EXCCL- BCttSG MACHKTE for ruling a 1 fcm ti il blanks is the lateataodiaon to I hi U imrjil Department of I DunkirktPnnUngJCompany i Coal ana Wood Yanl.'W A Central Avenue oppo.ite y''ltf Jepot Ml zraden of Hard and Spit Coal Lumber. and Lath Free l_ltv Corrcspon lend- for wholesale lota lohcsted. StTolFFOKD, S3 and 235 Central Ave Artistic Photographer MtriDtis ti Babies a specialty Sltttrb need D it wa t for sunshine except lor BOOK IRVIVO, Prj pnetor, If E street, near BuJ talo Street. Dunkirk. S T M i Pamphlets, etr tx.anil m all stvles Or Icrf- oromptlv vwniie t All work gnoranleea. j CKOCKEBY HOUSE, D jfls Central Wholesale and retail dealer in III ported ami Domestic China, Glassware, .._ HOTE1, ttatef per lay l k Confident FMlins in Vcarlj All Com- narcuii General Average Priiea Kaplillv ul.itive "n the A Heavy line tn the Outpnt of Pig Iron. FaJltiriH for the Week NFT U' R G wee' e v nf tr-vle s J s il i ij rather less and tue u euia-ujib ale ucing uioie Thau is the week s history in brief but the vol urne of legitimate business is still very large mieedmg last jeai s at tnis season DV about LO pel cent and the outlook ful trade is considered excellent at almost all cornmeruiil ccntics Che geueial average uf prices of orunioditiesis rapidly rising and has advauted more than per ce it luring the p lat week. At the iirst pur buses of siher bullion under the new v the price p ud for iOO 000 wit, ule ibove the London price and the otfenngri are said to hava been aboat 1 uOO DUO ounces An Advance In Wheat The speilul crop report ned fears anil BimnlinK stable in connection of OIIH inj iry to whel torn and oats, Victor aide- 335 ami 33i Lion alrect. Cm BAKBEK SHOP has Najilc, Prop rjmler Lake re National lank orn r Center an 1 ThirU arreeta, A tine stock o> foreign anil Domesuc igars______________ f (ONKLJV ft 8ON, enter street Practical b'irsp nhoers Plrnruiar atu.nl 011 inurlenng 4hnemg rial horses a specialty________ L) CNKIKK EVENINQ OBSEKVEK. Largest Daily in the Connty An unequalled advcrtibing meibum DUNKIRK EJiGUTEERrSU tormerly Jt t'opulc. "ianuJjcturers ol Fngines, Boderi, rnm Shaijaj; Haugen. etc Patterna, Forgmg-i Casting'! m t Machine Work to onier StHRT MS. 20o an I V j f en cr slrnct, Mannticturers ot thi anl 'Dunkirk pi rtect- ntni. s at1 rj lln sale in all leading mrniahing ami it'io Is bonsee in Dunkirk 4n Fntlre Family Reporter! Property Wrecked Colo Aug cloud burst occurred in this city and vi initr Fndav afternoon Two lives were ost and it is ream! that a family who vere camping on a dry cree.' were also lost black cloud seemed to bear down '1 f cm and as it approached it grew den s-r It broke .nd for a. few minutes a lid blork of water ponreri down which w s follonel liv hail Kiofs nere beaten in signs hurled to the mill md walls undermined by the  rer classes who went down ow in' lie reek cannot be found Iwe miles ot railroad tracks were a us ie 1 .in i) on the Midland and all irimsaie lelajed duration of the itoirn was twenty fire minutes and its was a mile wide The damage is at i asi ooo Vi R c iv Ford all the irrigating ditches w r ovciflowed and broken doing great injury to the surrounding country A NOTED HORSE THIEF CAPTURED DF TOO HE Y lint tih Lion street, ijealenn r'niir.r ed Baled Hay Pho-- etc fc.stablii.ned, Id77 HOTEI anil Ulnme saloon, Lnlon Depot fc.auv access to all trains and bus houses Best iccommodauons for Com ae-r ti' Trivelera John J AInrphv, Prop EH1.EHS Si LO an 1 J9 E Tbird atreet. Fine Funuture, Cabinet Ware an' Up aolatering P'ctnre rames mude to order IT! D. HATTKSOJi CO jul Central Ave leri il Ftshion and Otentlemen Outfitters gome lot ili'ies b 1 I AKE1J. STEAM HKATTSO an ifcu turers of steam Heating- Apparatus sanitary Plumbing a Specialty STKAM up mjties Fine Slnrta, luc ollirs U- Cuffs I anl Lace CurUina tree LXjliv V W Cuoiminifs, 207 Center street. II K. OKHH. L rinrd at., cor ol Buffalo oLic arerand tealer in Fine Boots 4 Shoes JJ ENBY TTEH-EB'S SKTT STORE, 103 E H rhirtl 3t- Books Stationery Musical In aud Weekly Paperi everM'iiPB pertaining to a first oluas book tore schoo Looks a apecialtv roB >t every lescnpnon and at living ratcii bv Dunkirk Pnitmg Company, 8 and 10 H. Second St. H. VAN BTTRKN ft SON, Frre Life, anil ijencrsl InduraiLOA. Deal j are in Leal Estate an 1 Loans. Particular I attention paid tt> the of property collect- ins tc ilJ Center at- ind floor i PHARMACY, >00 Central ivenue lor Paper Paint Oils, J W f i08 Canter aaeet, n 1 isalerin Harness. SadcJes, es Loll irs. Trunks Whips, Buffalo Sobes, rf Cm rs hlove ilittena anil Sleigh 8obM PSCHOLTES, 1" fcaat Third street ITishlon iblt Tailor Gentlemen will dnd it to their adv intact to call on me betore nurchasmg slsewbere but indicated tnat tile CJtton is likely to be rabher larger thau that of last year Whtat has auvanci d 4-L with dales of U 000 000 bushels here Ic and corn been pusned quite high be- fore the leport appeared has de- clined on sales of 8500000 bushels Pork is >0c per barrel lower but boas are com us; forward in great number and da notadvince Cotton has fallen T but is still no high that pun liases are limited, f offee has not ch mged Oil has risen and hides and leather are strong The potato crop is short and prices high ami the minor metals are about steady at recent prices though dull The Iron Market Steady i heavy decline appears in the weekly output of pig iron which wag 798 tons 1 against 1" 728 Julv 1 and IS) "'II June 1 Prices show little ch mge though one large bouthern concern la re- ported to be cutting Uoerally The de mandUir finished products is full and well sustained aud some forms of platft iron are i little Die woe 1 manufac ure shows no im pnnement and many milkers growing disgust at the scantiness ot pur chases i t for the ch IOT grades Wool d >es not ince anu hi im ports of goods continue C 01 is very du 1 and the output stnl f ills bi low last l ve ir s Dry goods jooinrs note th it bouthern and estern ire more numeious in tnis market tb in usual but wnile rottou goods are well sold np the dem ind Eoi woolens LJ ouh fair Improvement in Dry GooiU Trade The reports from other cities are gen fnoi l e no comnl unt any where in is l the volume t urrent business hi i 'o n >tes thit rougat ia s aferr 1 i ions so that pnrchfiseis uill bn I n ills K 1 i in is not )std m commercial eirdtstobe of sjiious mi_i i u le The di v goodH and clothmj; s exceed last yea-s and collei tions wei ei er better I Ollls nores l fur ie of tr ule tnough less strength th m list week at Milwaukee runs are hell ro have im   700 gold and while .cold uses in premium at Buenos the foreign lemand is not felt here it present Ihe exports of merchandise in mt he New 1 ork below last year s by M> pel lent for half of while the iirpor d continue heavy and hose conili ions the advance in speinUi ne markets are not entirely favori Fiiluns the last seven mvmlx r for the L rated fet ites 174 for Con ada -H t  Application to BnaineM Was Some- thing Harveloas.  i the Wyoming County Xational u nk r fnsid to jesteiday morning i nuii, to be tied up The clock i Lt it? broken I he works won't run d nvo tin il to night when it is expected riit sate w 11 open without forcing It i ht honored SI 000 tiom the Bank of and ire djmg business in a 1 ibured mauner even knocking off 4 per eenr ou Canada money in order not to hdAe the cash box luu dry A PASSENGER AGENT IN TROUBLE He la Arrested for Violating the Inter state Commerce 1> B. C Si CO Ortiicral Hir Iware Painter's I Crstrvs n IT D B Martin Supplies, clotjis unn te Ware A special Sy jf rjherwir W Uiams Pa.ntaml Monroe range R sucn Is >f ul blank-books, ledgers, nn I .ukd done at kirk Panting Company 4.ml to E seconu St. R Cor Third anil Buffalo Dealer in Marble r tigging- ami -stone LaiJ on me efore uuyinu VOUl 31 it- tti KISJLCY CO., and 9 East Front streak Whisky Winea, Brandies. Liquor store for Family Uae ROBEKT U KAZt Lion street, neur the depot. IloartUnir, and Livery Stable the day or week on reasonable terms. J unfKOKU, JW Central Ave, (Uy O staiio icrai Indaronce and Heal EsUite c ire Lift Accident, aad lave StocK uiaur (.uu attenaon givan to buying ami Uai, lit at T1 COTTJOE. generil pa> en_i i iiretit of the Big Four rulroau w cs u stf il vesterdav afternoon tne t tnr I itt's m irshai ou com pi uat of he in (i ite commerce commis- sion He is char, l th vioi itang the in tersi ite I iw in pi n ding free transporta- tion that roiiu I >f ibmt I mtv is inj nom to the NatH n il Fducitian assou ition held at -san Francisio Ihe fire would have been for the round trip Mirtin it i" el iimed passes however to three W Dav lent of the eland schools and Mr in 1 Mrs V C Stew v ol ition of the laxv Mirtm gave bull in   ti an 1 J in For Swindling the Government. Drs Morsts li Aug Hal- stoo a pi onimeat electrician was arrested tier 1 irged with forging the name of ft i tiaud Ore people to pensisa papers inu seem ng several thousand dollars n i id from the government Hal ton IIHS eight wives living two m Iowa t n o m Illinois two in Missouri and two in Oregon Ihe officials have been com iiuimciitmg with all his but a ch urge of bigamy will not be preferred mai him To Inspect Military ION Proc tor left last mifho tor Jiarblehead Mass eie he will remain with his family until ilonday when ue will go to Fort Niagara and Madison Barracks NY At the lattci placa he will be joined by bcolibld Ihmsdaj OL Fridaj next They will aiho Msit and inspect other military pobUs alonii me t inatlian frontier with a view to tncii impiuvemeut and the selec- tion of sites for additional posts Oliio Wonderful Oil Well ITSDLIY O 4iijf 16 Ihursday morn ing two men nanieu "Wolf and Davis diiiled in oil e 1 j 1st uortn of this city nhich tijwed 1 000 barrels the krst lioui aud up in b o CIUCK in the evening i he pi i diu ti m o-s u barrels, the iirst at I o doctt 1 his breaks ic leci r i ot i il in Ohio if not in c w rl t an the piotiucers and opera tor" m tuis. held die gicath exrlted CLOSE OF RACES THE GRAND CIRCUIT AT ROCHESTER WUkmi Defeat! Snsie 8 in the Trot in 2 12 of B In the Brotberhno't and AABO- elation Gforge Dixon Hatched to Fight Inhnnr Murphy N T Ang 16 was the last dav of the lioeh ster meeting at the Grand Trott ng Circuit. It has a meeting of unprarpdpntpi? SIICCPM in even wa% the weathi-r a id track having been in good cuaditiou hr >ui_iioi t tbetntirc meeting and tue punramof eauli dav fjuisbed up Iwiore of that das LHK go from here to PnughhponBie rhe mert ng of the cirtuit takes nl ire i hr free tor nil racr of a Hzylp only two starters goiner in that eveor In the pacing r top one pic I in 2 i2 the I ut qtl irter ot that heat paced In a 2 05 gait Ihe atleudaoice was about tietting pnrse dhideil her E Lcopj H Rose St-ntt Mamie T me "1H 18 1 (law pac HB Cricket Emma M i 'ine R Daluo D T t Tima, J 11 1 212 32-) 444 U a-W 11 43 i i -dis all trotting, parse 000 Rosalind Wilkea Susie S Time 1 1BH, 18% 2 Hftj DIAMOND AND TRACK Players' At Boston a 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Philadelphia 0001000S and Kelly and At Clavemnd 01001000 Buffalo 0 r) J 1 5 0 II Bakely and Sutcllffe and Muck At New York- New Toik JD201000 Bronttlvn il 0000000 Brothers Hnslow At a. H E. 0-784 3 8 q Bnffinton n- H u. 0- 4 Ij 1 Twitchell R. H L r, 10 1 Scwders an 1 n H E 9 J and R, H P PittsbniB 01900090 Baldwin and Boyle Maul Carroa "Vational League At Boston 004000000 Brooklyn 1030001 I 0 l> 10 7 and (Janzell Terry and Clarke 4t R H E New York i Phlladolunia 24i Ruaie Clark and Buck Ie3 fenmu and I leinents At n. H E Cleveland 0 1 n n 4 li IS 1 Pittsbnrg fl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -t and Zimmei- Hei ker and Decker 4t R H H Cincinnati J85 Chicago fl 0 0 2 I a 1 0 9 11 4 and Hutch iaon and Kittredge American Anaoelation At Col R H H Columous 01 2 ti 1 B 011100JO--150 Butteries Knanss and Dovle Casey and Burke At R H E Toledo 0 0 3 1 3 a 0 0 3-141.11 Brooklyn 11 1 Spragoie and bage Murphv and Bowes, York state l.eagne At 4. Utica. 18 The dtrilie In TTalen Tlireateiiil to Spread. The Parnrll Defense Fund. LOTTDDN senous hitch anipn in the negotiations between the stnk workmen in aud their em plovers {jreatlv imnHiriiij the prospects of s spet-dv termin xtion of the ditfipultlMi The men submitted to thi companies a scheme ot settlement wb 'h th  important partic ular from the one rramud bj tl e The men are greatly inept aed and i general strike on MonJav whioh will m volve a larsre number of workmen noc hitherto luf hided m tha struggle It is thought thai thi result of the will be the placing of wages on a sliding scale The sec n thi v ot the Parnell defense fund whii h w it, collet ted to defray the expenses of Mi P irnell and his rolls n ('efendmjr th against The limes cb bef )re the commission announces th it the total sum contributed was 000 of li h 000 t arae from Irel ind A. hi le book ou the Behnng sea dispute w is issued bv the rnment yesterday afternorn The booii conrams 3J8 pages and embodies period from Sjeptembei 18S) to August 1890 A memorial to the late Prince Imperial of France who lost his life in Zululand wis yesterdav in the chapel at The firton owners throughout aiTony have en-ered into a secret combination to dismiss ill emploves- who are knoTn to he Socialis s It is inderstood that the rea- son for dismissal will not be openh stated to but olhe oretexts, however slight will be t iken advantage of to nd the fact-ones of Socialists and ag itators of everv description The discos ery of the existence of this agreement among the employers has created 151 eat excitement the Socialists and will be birterlv recanted A dynamite bomb was exploded under neath the residence or Councillor Wiher ns if Mons Belgium yesterday The bui'dmgwas much damaged and two of oruinantf, si jhtlv nuir but fort- unattfh there were no tatalities It Is snnprspl chat the oitiaares wera com mil ed bv "sociHlistrf nho were exasperated at ue ictiou of tha councilloi during the late sti KCS hurricane and waterspout destroved twenty bonses and inflicted other dam Mulfort Belgium yesterday No ll% were lost Limited Eiprem Criwhes Into a Depot, Scattering It to Engine Fire- man Literally to ana Killing the Brakeman to be Buried in the Debria. BArrLKCitFEK Mich Aug the aatbaund North ahore limited exprou rain ou the Michigan Central railtaud ag passing a small town nine miles west of hare at 1 o'clock yaaterctay ftarnoea it ran into a standing freight iraln, while going at full spaed and raahed thronuli the depot building com lately demolishing it The engine than xplodeo1 blowing tha flreman literally to laoes and killing the engineer Charles MaRoberts One brakeman is missing nd it in thought he ia buried in de- ris. Manv occupants the forward oaohes neie sariously injured and others lore or lean hurt Physicians were summoned from thia ity The limited did not stop at lugmta, anng right of way and was ranning bout tttty miles an hour The fraight ram WHS waiting an a aiding for the ex nus to pans For some unaccountable reason a switch at the spur was luft urned on to the main traok and the ex- ress came into the freight at full spaed Eight cars were towed into the ur and the ngtne plowed through the debris and raahed into the depot Engineer Me Lobttrts wa-s blown twenty feet into the ir and his mangled remains were picked :p some distance off Of the passengers only nine wera in nred seriously Their names could not obtained at this writing except that of George B "Hurray of Detroit, ribs crushed nd internally injured Both the engi eer and fireman lived in Jackson Mich )f ohe express train the baggage car and wo sleepers were demolished and how lie occupants escaped is a miracle little boj named Clarence Cassidy, ho was playing near the depot "fcaa truck by a piece of iron from the engine nd was pi obably fatally injured The rail r uui officials little to say n the snb-ject and made every effort to elittle the jcudcnt It was at Bret sup that seventeen people were killed iUt the 1 itest reports confirm the tacts .erein related FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Tbe Program a4 6-nttenbarff GuTTFTBcne N I tag 16 ing the results of 3 races First race m'le Coldstream first Amalgam second Osceola third time mile Eclipse first Woodcutter third time The Conference Report on the Indian Ippropri Ulon Bill Ljjreed To Wv HIM TON -Vug Ifi The house yes- terd n d scussed at some length the con terenct renort on the Indian appropriation bill vhich w is agreed to The McKav rehet bill considered md i s ite ouitii pa-s age disclosed the ab sencp o i q u i urn Mr B kei ot New created some exu nenr 1 v oti a resolution to re jl e epr those granted for illnes 01 to Roirer Q Mills and otOListmp m in edut cam p i -n ihc speaker ignored the resolution The ho pis cithc joint resolution for the relief rhe Oklauoma II ifteruoonwas spent in filibustering session was devoted to pri pension bihs The nate bv a vote of to 8 took np the mer uulhubor bill and at the time of adj inrnmeut hid nearly completed It Nhort In His Acuounts. DFXTI i Mo -Uig 16 George N and a prominent n 'i is us ippeared it is said he was short m nis iccounts with Charles D vl ithews )f SJ.IK. stou to the amount of 414 (Ml it is iUo stired that Boughton is the ot sev lal insurance companies irud iiiiorm iticui is wanted as to the state of his with tnese companies 1 P "5 Thmt St., cor Lr -n> ur Me a M inter Fresh sii. i i Hecra Lard,   urmg a specialty ik- 3L F Third 8L Ihe mur erer n ed ui be Cb 1 i forme i tiom I L u _' d tour i n foi m ik e 13 ii ie tnen i tnrl i 1 He had not seen sinct nun1 sesterday and the irl lu! in t r mm 'W st W nonnx u I ml ii I bi to r [l l P Mercnant filler ls> Central Avennp ii 1 1 >oi j i r i tended ,.0 poisoi. rest by Her tnsane Brotlier 11 iss Vora wis titillr wo nuled b> her lniu D IM 1 his beea at 1 ma it is said tint he u ttie delusion th u his kin 1 ml attentive in him P e tz is, under at REWARD! WE wdl pay JIB juova i-enax'1 lor my ol Liver complaint, Uyapepaia, aiek IniligvaCiuu, or Cosdveaesa we caBDot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills wneu the Oirecuoua are strictly complied Tnev are poreiy Vegetable, nnd never tu, u, saosucuou SonUinms su J5 ceuB. Beware ol couu tXieiEa. and inutaDons. The genuine mana acureo! jnly by JOilli C. WESi' A CO aold Pnarmacy, Pantark, V Y_____ Klllr 1 by tin Implosion POTTSVUT P A. ig i _ Jir firs vi> ,t i tlj kll cO ami ii" click 'cht >0 u l it i.li iijim d o t ue t f i ct n ii dro ric or m theili iusm_ r join a tvie T-iil nk mill13 yesteril ly mom VesHul Struck HAI.IF Vi. b Aug Aug 4 the -jLhotmer Richaui ihouiason, Capt li O Ureeu letc Piccou for banimer e u t h H, cargo oL cu n aud a det.k load it ba.rreli> biuci> ruaii uothing has been heat i ol l he ur tic w and it is be lieveu the w iq stiuck by lightning he night sue left port. Finkerton Detectives Killed A.H4 Ih Ludington ud D ot Pi tSt K 1 TH t r un t. iny vesv i i tt> siet i dim) nrning rn their ot Philfuielpuia, iL-tecrn en stationed at iuuetl itp a paasenyt r morning Tbey I jtd xv irer and Ht tbe Hma Secoud race Claudme second 103 Third race mile Lonelv first Clay Stockton second, Henry Hardv third time 1 -WV Fourth race furlong" Valentine first Pall Mall second Slumber third time, 1 34H Fifth race, mile Irene first Eaton town second Climax third tune 1 Sixth race furlongs Pontnco hrst Top Sawyer second Ripton third time 124. _________ Brighton Beach Races. BRIGHTON BEA id c irpenter sh here wisfoind P id face iownwird in about eishr im !H s ot iter earh yester iliy mt His and money are mining and the indications point to fou Play __________________ Collision on the Erie P VTEPSON N 1 Aug 16 An Erie pi bengcr rram ran into a freight tram a Riverside u smashing six freigh cars ind an ent; ne F E. Townsend fireman of the ms badly hurt while jumping off hnrt No one else was shorm liters Declared Off NFW BIDFOKD Alass 18 stnk- it the Hul Himng ron shoe f ictoiy his been declared off by New Bedford union 104 Some of th  eirro. NEW OP F Xug i The Time' Demorr it 1 ji i P ins Tet says T R cu 1 vim the mnrdtr o a ne r i im u f l he A i-trahan ballot law favor a com- mission with limited powers to regulate railroads and call for the nominination of Rupublican candidates for -irate and aounty offices and for congress Cotton MIllH Running- Full FAI L Rn in M is Aujr Hi pros- pects of Hn iminwiiate further curitail- menr of prmhiotion of print cloths seams lo hive disappeared and it 18 ireneraUy onrcded that a lull week a pioduction will be turned out next week Mill men Jo not attempt, to my that this six days' ui It nlment by two thirds of the corpora- 'lons has had anj appreciable affect In iruing the tide It simply prevented the print i-loth situation from growing rapidly worse Inability to secure united action i the cause of the failure of further ahuf lo ffn Contract Between Erie and Rfg FOOT. O Aug IB Contracts bavp been drawn np between the Ene and B f Four companies by which the latter will run over the Erie route from Dayton to Dartaln and thence over the O L and W 10 the C S and C The BIK Four ZMPS up us lease of the C fe and C1 For r 114 it f Frie runs over the Bit? Four from Dn i ui toPini inn of over tbeC LJ i'i D as a pre-sent 1 he Big Four will oara'lel clip C and C to Columbus at by voung lariy afl type-writer, cun op ate tho ciilijrriipli, writes 100 wonia a min- ts rofeienci! furniahed Enquire at thin fllce iTODDAKT ft CO Pattrat Attorneys, SIS 7th C? St., Washington, D C.orp 0 S Patent Of- ee Patents, Caveats anil Ro Issues seonrcd rade regiatered All Patent business nducten for moderate Fees. Information dvice anil special references sent an request. Vflssfl In a Fng -Vug (.eamen oC the (jrlmicestpi sLJiuouei Ijiuia hay ward namt A ich ipl Cam m Alicbacl Morns 1 niif iiif Bums imil Roilie who i ii-ir i in i tof, irrneil hete jes rt i 1 iv t n i >nuei from Thiee haibor h id su  ot th i un> I D ivis nt H i has her mairng' (erti 1 i eu two ars ni 1U Steamship XrrK Yenterdaj cJtrFFNSxov if IB Arrived. itj of Chester from Honu-H >EW ioax, Aug PHILADFI Bremen. For c jr VEW TOHK. Aug 18  i i M 'ic il bunau 11 nf nphoi i i i im in r I orte is T son if ei: Horace Poiter of itui is favorite in i al j j ul a.lii sec 1 GOODS.-Full stocks the finest and celebrated Yarns, Zephyrs and Worsteds. 'entemeri Kid Gloves. P. D. and C P. French make of !orsets. Louis Hermsdorf Dye Hosiery, Gauze Ribbed >y Vesta and India Gauze Underwear for ladies, gentlemen nd children. Fancy steel Buckles, pearl and Oxidized. )extei 's Knitting Cotton. Crochet threads of all kinds. PECLAJL ANNOUNCEMENT 875.110 tO rrcd who can (urnifih a horae and give thdr whole me to the bunmcss Spare momenta mav be pront- K1T employed also A few m towns cities B F JOHNSON CO., 1009 Main Richmond, Va. A1TSB.ICAK BLOCK 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. VV HOtTR made bv livp Agents selling 'Our Sativc Herbs.'" Xt) treatment for no Every box iruar- nteeiL For further particulars address, jcneral Slate KAMSDBI.J. IHONS, Vgonts, Cassadafca, N "i We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored tops, land and machine sewed. We any a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If ou want a nice-fitting and tylish shoe, try a pair of this lake. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf hoe in Button and Congress, n broad, medium or ia the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- 'ered to any trade. Come and examine them 'or yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 21 3 Centre Street Buffalo is H large progressive city To live in it and do business m it we must keep pace with its spirit of pro- gress. We are at present making improTe ments m the internal arrangement of our stores, the result of which will be ampler apace for the display of mer- chandise and will make trading with as more pleasant than ever, and er for those who come direct to us quicker because we are introducing the beat and fastest known cash sys- tem and there is practically no delay after a purchase is made For those who shop wita ua we also do the best m our power and orders are attended to with all possible dispatch. Early autumn styles in dress goodi are ready There will be no liner atocts if fabrics in Western New York In colors we have a line of weaves at '5c a yard, 40 and 44-mch stuffs, con- sisting of illuminated mixtures, drap dylmas, Sebualapjl cloths, armurei mpenal cords serges, armure stripes, etc which arc the beet value at 75c lh.it we have ever offered A large variety of qualities m autumn serges, cashmeres, India Hcnriettaa Novelties arriving daily New tartan plaids direct from Scot" land In black fabrics our slock U choice and select 40 inch carma lustrine, C. Manufacturer and Importer, 364 MAd ST, BUFFALO, N T. DEALER EN Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, I eathcr dooilB, etc .uiU Kl-inch fine twill Henrietta, 35c. 40-inch heavy twill all wool serge, cents 4O-inch line all wool Henrietta, We. 46-inch, heavy weight Carlier Henri- etta, 7jc to W 4ti-mch imperial serge, pure dye, 75c to 40-mch jacquard stripe only 50c -4 I Write to us tor anything in dry goods carpets or books The smallest order receives our beat attention SSORA VINO, GOLD f StL VRR PLA TIN A COMPLETE IJHE STREET, BUFFALO N Y A1CEBICAD BLOCK. 39fi-4O2 MAIN STREET, BCF7ALO N. Does your cake dry up quickly? If so, your baking powder is adulterated with ammonia or alum, ingredients which are injurious to health and are used by unscrupulous manufacturers simply to lessen the cost of the powder and increase their profits. Housekeepers who use Cleveland's Superior Bak- ing Powder know that food raised with this pure cream of tartar powder keeps moist and sweet, and is palatable and wholesome. 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