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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VrOT, XXI DUNKIRK NT. Y.. MONDAY. AUGUST 18. 1890. NO. 6. B REPRESENTATIVE HOUSES BLOODY ENCOOTER BETWEEN PINKERTON DETECTIVES AND STRIKERS AT ALBANY. OF DUNKIRK.. 3CACHETK for ruling ail kinds of IB the latest saditioo tn he Mechanical Department of Coal ma Wood Tart, 7W i Central Avenue, opposite Slcke! Ptau: All routes of Hart and Soft Coal. Tfooffl Lumber, Shinglea and Tjith. Free ieliv Correspondence for wholesale low R. GmORD, -233 ami 2SS Central Are Artistic Photographer Insuunaneonu awrraphs Babiea a specialty. Med not wait tor annshine except tor tlone on con- dition that their men should not be trans- ferred to the Central's yards. The bnsi- ness of Erie and has go j much increased that these roads could not haudie Central freight if they wanted. Superintendent says he will have the strikers places filled to-day. The strikers are not Knights of Labor, and would not have struck if they had been let alone. The Central's freight; yards are guarded by city police. The military have not been called on, and Gen. Doyle thinks their services ivill not be necessary. Grand Master Workman Sweeney of the Switchmen's association, wan seen yester- day. He said he could give no infonna- waa done at Saturday He believed the local of piixBcnger depot rind where the strike of the Switchmen's onion would be GENERAL FOREIGN' NEWS. THE COMING MEETING BETWEEN THE EMPEROR AND T''E CZAR. Englishmen on Outcome of the Dockinen brats Auniversiiry of Their Victory. John rhe Railroad Men in Scotland to De- mand Shorter Neira. LOSDOS, a few hours the German kaiser will be simulating the role of the friendly critic as his imperial brother, thu czar, deploys before him the vast hosts of the Russian army. Before tbe last Ccmoack niiaii have finished the depression in salute ot his point, in the march past, at least four men 'vjll kno-.v what the near future has in store for Chaacellor von and :Sa center rtreet, Practical tiorse-shoers. Pirtinuiar attenuur. t1 fo interfering bormea. nti i horses a specialty. freight run.i on to the bridge, j settled amicably in a very short time. his will have it either on In Tin-morning early crowds began Ui "Then yon do not-think the strike will ami ur eva-tiveiy and gather, and by noon there was a huge 1 be general aloni{ the he was asked. icaliy M. de friers ;snd his rn crowd. Everything wrcs quiet until 10 I -1 see no present indications of he I whether it is the -.vill uf lii.: H: o'clock a freight came down from West! replied evasively. j autocrat that his -mimry n Albany. On the top of each car were two j While be would not verify the report I impassive while trip armies of the triple Pinkerton men armed with repeating j that tbe executive council United Order pass over the Alps and acrox. rifles, and as tbe flourished them. Boy Shut by a Pinkerton Man. Suddenly, and without provocation, j one of the men tired and Richard Dwyer, a I boy 12 years old, fell, shut in tbe The excitement was intense, and a rush j was made fur-the train, and so successful was it that James Hatuin, who fired tbe i .-shot. u-as naught. The police charged the mob anil replied the man jnst as they had linn >ip agains; a tree ready to him. i He was badly battered up when locked A SHOCKING TRAGEDY. JOHN MININIES. USES AN AX WITH TERRIBLE AND DEADL1 EFFECT. Wife and a Frightful Resents ao Intalt tv Hi Racks Anaailsuitt of a Bloody ia the Dark With Two radoen at Uanvills, Pa, li in Jail. cars passed by they j of Railway Employes would be called to meet here nest week, Mr. Sweeney said that he purposed seeing Mr. Sargent, its grand president, before his return llaj. McGowan of Syracuse, a Knight of Laijor leader who has been here in connec- tion witii the old strike on the Central, Rhine to attempt overthrow of the republic and the elimination of France as potentially in European political Jiffairs. Not even the simguine of British Rnsisopholista believes that an offer BLoo.Msnrp.G, Pa., Aug. shocking tragedy nt Dnnville Saturday nieht. the details if which have just reached here. The reports an far as received fio not say that the principals of [he affair were killed instantly, but. subst-quent develop- ments show that their '.vanndH are fatal. The names or the are Frank and Patrick Monohan. John Miniiiies. who commuted the crime, is now in jail. Public oDiuitm is in sym- pathy with the evidence as far i as can he learned siiuw he committed the deed while resentiuu an insult to his wife, ricimraski and Moru.'han went to Mini- nies' hitu.se during tlie uisrhr under the in- fluenc-e of liniiur. After reach! lit' it some was made which the at- tention of .Mininiea, who appeared in the door wit ha lamp followed by nis wife. One of the men told her to go in and mind her own business, bat this she declined, to do. at the .same time making a retort, but ftvnu G-nuany in jwnnit Russia to do in __________, Armenia what she can do jtist as readily was greatly elated_over tie action of the without such jjeraiiiiion will induce tbe switchmen when yesterday. astute dt- Gii-rs to can ;-nt to the crushing He said he has received telegrams from or France, the consequent elevation of Albany. New York and other points bid-i to rhe of dinif tbe strikers here to stand flnn and I power in Europe aad the virtual reduc- the nght -a-as won. he 'Ms tion of the nations of Western Europe to OBSERVER. Larsest Daily In tbe County. An unequalled advertising medium. COXPAST up. A few minutes later. John Houck, a I considered the key to the situation and we handlL-r. years old, was arrested i wlil do "ur best co hulli ic- l made for stoninir a train. At 3 o'clock a freight train bound weal came over the bridge i another: Inaiue of flve days yon will see j most momentous importance is nowhere I found on the the condition of German auiilliaries.r Speculating on the Coming Meeting. D. Fonrwiv Seilew ft Pi.uule. Manufncrarcrs at fcagines. Pnllev- jtwiUBK Hangers, etc. PaKerna, Forjr.nsj- Jaaangs, sn.l Machine Wori w order. SHORT uo., art, aus I tenur street. Manufacturers ol onii perfect utu UresB binra. >ln sale in aU leading furnUlu Nothing ftnd dry bouses in Ounkirlc. D P. TOO.UEY. and 4SB Linn street, iter sn Fee-1. alt. Baled Hay. etc. guarded by Pinkerton men. VThen it struck tbe city several of the Pinkertons, without provocation, opened are. A Woman Shot Through the Mrs. Thomas F. Hogan wassh the leg and a small boy was thigh. The crowd by this time waa wrought Tip ro a fearful pitch of excite- ment, and only by the efficiency of the lorrtl aided by committees from the were they kept back. At 4 o'eliMjk. when :be excitement had begun to com down, another freight came j prediction that materialized: ao I'll make! That the meeting is an event of the Tnaide of flve days yon will see most momentous importance is nowhere i by tbe railroad company look- even in Paris or un- before it was finished the lamp which her hngband held was grabbed and thrown the room in the direction the wom- an was standing, llininies at once became furious and seizing an slashed right and left with terrible effect. Tlie light was now eiLiiignished and a terrible str.iggle ensued. Mrs. Minimes was knocked to the lioor senseless, where she was found when the rescuers .arrived. Minimes was also overcome by a blow on the head, but soon rallied. Monoh.in was ateps i ini? toward arbitration; you mark my words." From awell informedsonnxitis learned step with his sku'i sniic a derstood than in London. Englishmen of habits of reflection and observation well know that the ri8e discharged on tha deep gash was cut in his shoulder and otherwise bruised. His companion. Schu- raaki. was found in the house, wnere he had been knocked by a blow in the fore- head, which was split clear across. Neither of the men can recover. for ati advance in wages. A prominent striker said that HUE HOTKL ami Uming Saiiwn, Union Cj ine rerciai Travelers. ICady access to all trains and bus- ouses. Besi accommodaonns lor Com John J. Prop. I' HI.ERS C70-, r> -ni'i E Tfltrd street. tine Furrjtore, Cabinet Ware ana Up- Picture FranwS-mtode to arder. Ait tilt; {Knice nf tbe city are thiii point and trouble is ri MATTESOS A CO., J01 Central Ave., Uea'lirs of FMhton anil GenUemen outfluers Tf ARKE.I. HEATIKS CO_ an utacturers nt steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumhtn? a Specialty. STK.1JI Fine Shirta, lOc; Collara and Lace Curtaias. Free Deliv ry. X '-V. street. If H. OEHM. E. Tinnl at., cor. ol Buffalo deaierm BootB-A Shoes HCIiBY WEILER-S SKW STOBB, 10S E. Thin! Books, Stationery, Mnaical In- audWeekiv Papera everything pertaining to a flrst class boot lore Scnooi Books a apecialtv. OB PRINTING nl every description and al living rates by Uuntirt Pt-.iiung Company, a and Iu E. Second St. H. TAS BTJREU A SON, Fire. Life, Accnient anit General Insuracce. Deai- sn and Loans. Fariicular J Atte ntion pai't uj the ol property rrcw Jtc. au. iad floor. collect SOO Central A.venne !or Will Paper Pa.at. Oils, J. SB Center street. Manufacturer and ilsalerm Harness. Saddles. ollars, Buffalo Bobes. Horse i.iiovea Mittens and dleigh 3ob.-a. PSOifOLTES. iT Kast Third street, FMhionaWe Tailor. GenUemeu will and it to an j rb" Pi-ike uniform. at S peeled. Pinkerton Men Arrested. Holier' Finkerron sisked for the reieaiie i of Tliomas Burke, who arrested un- der arni.s. Chu-t say- ing that the men were inciting rivw pecjple ro violence. Mr. sui'i that it j was simply a matter of protecting the i new brakemen atui was Five pinkerron men arrested Saturday i night were arraiuticd in the pulic-e court I yesterday iimrniuic and four w.-re ad- mitted to bail -or further examinarion, 1 sx-sftate Senator Russell and Depot llas- i ter Footer iroing on their bond. Due mau was released. The only freight moved has been re- frigerator and empty cars. The blockade at West Albany is almost as on the firsi day of the A Vuitfed Press '.f.norter was a personal 1 witness to the men on tiic rraiua flrini: upon the at Albany without any provocation Mr. Pinkerrou told of the epistvtie by Chief Wiliard and he wid that the men ouly tired in self-de- fense. Capt. Sheridan of the Third precinct. where vhe row took place, said to a United Press reporter uwt night: "It ia true that a few women and children threw stones at the men on the freight trains e.iriy in the afternoon, but E saw the Piukert-on men nrp at the groups of people on, the street who had hius; to do with it whatever and witui'Ut lirovocarion. I toid Mr. Pinkerton tiiis. nut he simply said it was iu they- asked for a reply not later than Aue. i redoubled force now that it is on all -ndt" IS. It is not considered likely that the I accepted as a fact that the outcome ot railroad will grant the demand at thia the recent visit to our snores of the era- i time, and the strike may be still further j peror has- been the binding of England to complicated by a strike all along tbe line the fortunes of the triple alltanee.whpthpr I j those fortunes be for good or evil. Should j if the j the allies fall apart, or should they en- i labor j counter disaster in the most inevitable j Offi jwitcfamen the j appeal to the use of arms, English of the j Nickel Plate and Lake Shore switchmen j class mentioned feel that jnst as I "J I -would sureiv go out j as the French would be ro work oat their beloved plans of revenge on Germany, just as certainly would Rus- sia be allowed to march to the i ranean in ouedirection and to the Indian i frontier of Afghanistan in another. same men see no compensating advan- tages for these great risks in the eleva- emperar to a European j CASUALT1ES IN GOTHAM. i through and tue Piukertous again fired j Ceatrai stlemplcd w ftmpioy into :u.- crowd, a boy Brank Parka J in piace o( striking swit rettivin'r rite built-l iu bis arm. Dunn jutiipe'i on "ne train ami tried nnd rhe mau. bur was ___________ oy i HERSELF. aithontrh he was in lull Tilly Connors' Futile Attempt Commit. .Suicide. 1 XEW YORK. Aug. Tilly Con- nors. a good-looking 18-year-old Jersey 1 City gir'i. drank a bottle of carriage var- j Saturday tKcause sbe wanted to die. She liveji witii her parents in Grove street and sin- considered one of the best-look- Celebrate a Victory. Yesterday the dockers celebrated the ing girls in the neighborhood, many but She baa S nret anniversary of t-he triumph of organized and The various An Epidemic of Accidents, Two of Which Fatal. NEW Y.IP.K. Aug. ia An epidemic seemed to be prevalent Saturday of peo- ple lulling from windows or ore escapes. The numerous accidents were probably attributable to the parades, headed by bands ol' music, time passed through the streets nnu a desire or the victims to ob- tain views of rhe spectacle. TliH. nr.-i was John Lacey, aged 43 years, who r'eii irfini liie fonrth-storj- window of his lodgings ac 34 Bayard street, receiving i a iracture of rhe left leg and arm. besides internal injuries. He was taken to tha Governeur Siip hospital. Mury schanitz. 19 years, living at Grand street, fell from the first floor window of her resiidc-nce -o the yard and broke her right ka. She was removed tcj Gouverneur Francisco Calsetco feiloul oi the third-story of his parents' residence, ar 'w street, and piekt-i up from ttu- si.iewalk unconsciouu CONGRESSIONAL FORECAST. Will of tha Tariff Bill. WASHISOTOS, Aug. la uncertainty about the wnoM himliiMi for this week, so much depends an the action to be taken on tha resolution of Sautn Quay to limit the consideration of prod- ing measures during the not of tin am- aion. Mr. Quay hag notice that will call this resolution aot before Too- day. In the meantime a cauous of pnblican senator, mar held mine upon concerted aoHen Im rayard to the elections bill, whicn U tha nuttter in dliapute. dUcnsaion of tbe tariff bill be resumed subject to IntcrraptiaB kr the cimmittm on appropriatiou, whiok will doubtless ask early action an de- ficiency bill now an the H SJj. Quay's resolution should adoptai tht discussion of the tariff bill would atiU continue, but tha progrwa tn disDomia of tha paragraphs would much aon rapid. Some conference will doobtlevi be offered for consideration thip week. The on the sundry civil appro- priation bill will report a tacther dUa. on the Irrigation The conferreas on die land grant forfeiture bill will get together early in the week and try tx> upom a comejomin between the house and senate blija. Tha program of business in the honw which the common had arrund for last week and which thu abcuice ef e qnomm caused to be abandoned, wtB probably be carried out duriag theprcMmt week. To-day will day. The committee on labor will probably get a day for the disposition at some of UM important bills in iu ciarge. The agii cultural committee if the committee ea rules should bring forward lu for last week, will hare Ghe reet week. The measures to be discnieed aad voted on are tbe bill to tax caaponBd lard and the meat Inspection bill. SWIFT RETRIBUTION. Xorderar for Frmtt L_ Former Town. BLAIR, Neb., Aug. ia -Charles lyucheu by a mob shortly before midnight Friday night for the mnrocr of N. R, Town. About 11 o'clock five men came from the couBtejr U tbf town. They were som joined hjr 9N others from the oity and marched dinette to the jail. The sheriff waa tj gether with ten deputiea, ail oi armed. They made BO dlsplmy their All the WSM armed with and revolvers. The sheriff refused to deliver the havm the jail, but. wan soon tki deputies ottering ao resistance to the iay vaderu. The crowd tben qufokly ita way to the cell in which Prmir, WM fined, and, seizing him, conriad him abuul a mile from town, where his and feet were bound. Pratt waa asked It be bad anything to say, aad he replied that the Towns bad wronged him and c HOICE GOODS.- Full atodra of the finest and most celebrated Yarns, Zephyrs and Woreteils. P. Centemeri Kid Gloves. P. D. and C. P. French make of Corsets. Louis Hermsdorf Dye Hosiery, Gauze Ribbed Jer- sey Vesta and India Gauze Underwear for ladies, gentlemea and children. Fancy steel Buckles, pearl arid Dexter's Knitting Cotton. Crochet threads of all kinds. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Monchorw'i Celeorated Hair ReMorer, Will cure thehjur-dandrnff. keeps the hair origiDal eoior. Nu acid or dyo. PricofiO oena a-bpttle. Bay it and try it; lauslacnon gnmntam, or money relnnaed. W A. Sole Manufacturer, _______________ 112 Railroad avenue. by young lady a> stenographer aad tvpe-wriler; cun" op- erate the caligraph; writen 100 woms a min- ute; reference lurniiiued. Knquire at this office. AMKHICAJJ BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, Jf. OTODDABT A CO.. Patent Attornevn, SIS 7th C5 8t, Waahlngtnn, U. C., opp. C. S. Patent Ot- Hee. Patenta. Caveats and tte-lMuet arcurad. Trade Marks regiacerart. All Patent bnaineai conducted tor moderate Feea. luformattDn. Ad rice and apeeial reterencea sent on rsgneat. U ffiW ferred who can furnish a bone and give their whole I To live in it and do business in it WC tine to the borinesa. Spare momenta may be profit ably employed also. A few In towni and cities B. F. JOHNSON A CO., 1009 Main St.. Richmond, Va. AN HOUB made bv live Agenw selUiig "Our Mauve" aoo ig "Our Mauve aoo i' CRatmunt lor U.OO. Every box gnar- anteed. For turtber narticulani address General Slaw EAMBDKI.I, A IKOMH S. Y. ACTIVE MAN (or each secuon, Salary 875 o> to locally re- present a successtul S. Y. Companv incornor- had preference for i unorganized labor i one iu particular whose name sbe refuses strongly intrenched capital. _____ to disclose. He called on her regularly, j contingents-from the eastern and south-j j and rheir fri-rnds thought tbev were en- i BTn districts nf the city, preceded by bands j gaaed. A week ago, for some reason, i of mosic playing lively airs, and carrying j a" fnictup-d -ku ii. He was atu-nded young man stopped calling. Miss Con- brilliant banners bathed in the ,-tinshine at. fjoine by an ambulance i norasent for him. but he did not respond, i a perfect day. marched in columns to I She hunted for him then and discovered i Hyde Park. that he had dnserted her for another i rFbe number of persons attending the young woman who only recently came to meeting, however, was not enilal to that rh _ tbe city. in.rv Trucks bnt riifl uu- tr-.'i. is was 5 -'t a and was HUjiar-iitly i. Parmlee of Butavia took rjc oi Eiit: XT. Morrow SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. Poataiutei Backus of this city has received a from Congressman W. W. Morror a Washington declining accept the nom- ination for congressman-at-large for CaJ ifornio, tendered him hf the Republican convention. It ia understood tha Congressman Morrow doubts the anthor- ity of tie contention to make the nom i nation, in view of tbe fact that COD has notauthorized the new apportion! of the state under tbe recent cenana. employed by W. J. Con-: specially. K. Thirtl at. Tailor, ie A i uoiuii t sieu iti auii Bla i the Eric derstcmt t" ite su: f eer %vim p Work Freight Blwkade. nors. while retnrniiig home and crossing Auu. The switciiuijiu-s the Erie track." at Hamburg 'street, was out Sattirday "''.w struck by ,t train and iustantly :n Buffalo killed. iiU buiiy being aimost torn, into city to siiredi. The di-eKiaed was 33 yaara oiu :s na- and lived at Caioa town. SoOO REWARD! will pay tne aoove tor -inr of LaverComplaint, Djapepsla, sick lieaiiacuu a, conuoi cure with Wesf s Vegetable Liver fiUa. waea toe ttirsetioiiS are awicuy oouipuea ;th. in t-jivn ami .ionferred ___J -'rikers. Xeariy 4JO men are I out. A are making au I attempt to UIB airtir, line for pas- i seller rrr.ins. but the ya.-xis are badly blocketi. This strike -was expected hy the who carefully kept their mouths shut. Friday nialic Siiperintendeut Burrows dereU a lot of from Krie sti-eet Dj; a Pills, ii cents. Beware ol ana imitafiona. The genuine lacuna only bv JellS C. WKa S CO. sold y MOSBUK'S PBarmacy, Dunkirk. X. Y. jHineson NEW YOFSK. Aug. Joseph A. Jaiiies-m of cba wsil-known BrQajj :i: :n of b.iukerau J broki-rs. .lameson, j-Sj v'o.. coiumilied suicide by hang- ;ns tn.'J rcsiiL of his sister, ys; r'iii." arenoe. Temporary insanity by illaess ifis-irii as -.lie .iameaon leaves a wiuuw aud live adult ciuiureu. from hi Egypt. CAIBO. Aug. have been re- ceived here from Mecca aad Jeiidiiii that forty-seven tiertths from cholt-nt rjc- curred at the former city aud ;'.venty-5ve at the latter. There have been eighteen deaths among a tii'Mmuad pil- grims who are quarantined at Eltor. Killed by a FxUing ST. Alls. 18. By i'ue fail- j ing of a scnSuid .vliich had on j a bnildinjr on tbe p-ronerty ?Htar-i [jjiy tiiree persons were killed ami eight] re Fatal rijifrt Between .Seamen. .v Aug. During a quar- aU'i J.tuies Youns. iM'-tt-.-imshlp up ,1 heavj steel wrniiuii struck Vuuiitf a bloTv on -.he bead. fata: injuries. Yviiaif taaen to the Then the doctor said be could not live through the night. Powalski bus been arrested. C raxed from SF.TV YORK, Aug. Smith, voting man employed in the Pasnaic Chemical Works in Newark, U in the Cit hospital with a self-inflicted pistol wound in his left breast. EJe a sufferer from sickness and overstudy, M alMe hour on Friday uight he rnahod away from his sweetheart's house, leaving his coat be- hind, and after punning gve er six blocks shot himself with a revolver. The passed downward within an Itieh ot hi heart, but it is thought he will recover Forty-Five Harneii. t SEW YORK, Ann. The of the' laori t-rewery in Harlem were iiumetl night. Ixss Forty-rive out of in the stables perished. i Steamship Arrivals Prrrr nri.pFTTA, Aug. Lord Sough Si-om Liverpaol. SEW YOP.K. Aag. City ol from Havana, Ludgace Hill from London. from Haxnbnrff. The City at Buna Wins. NEW YORK, Aag. stnuncfai City of Rome arrived from Liverpool ya terday morning, makiB( the voyage bs days 2 hours and. 42 aiinutwi. The An rania arrived in the time, days and 38 tQiantea. Tha Arizona 2u not been sighted at snm-down. The nu between the votwla woe to be close and speedy OBA, aad tkw rwnlt di We have tke largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain andlight-colorwi tops, land and machine sewed. "We cany a complete line of HET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. U yon want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress m broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of iered to any trade. Come and examine them 'or yourself and be convinced. SON, 213 Centre Street Baking Powaen must keep pace with itn spirit of pro- gress. We are at present making improve- ments in the internal of our stores, tbe result of which will be ampler space for the display of mer- chandise and will maKe trading with us pleasant than ever, and quick- _ er for those who come direct to quicker, because we are introducing the beat and fastest known cash sys- tem, and there is practically no delay after a purchase ia made. For those who shop with us by mail we also do the best in our power and orders are attended to with all possible dispatch. Early autumn styles in dreas are ready. There will be no liner stock if draaa fabrics in Western Hew York. In colors we have a line of at '5c. a yard. 40 and 44-inch stuffs, con- sisting of illuminated drap d'ylmas, Sebantapjl cloths, armures mpcrial cords, serges, armure atripee, etc., which are the best value at 75c. that we have ever offered. A large variety of qualities in new autumn serges, cashmeres, India and Henriettas, Novelties arriving daily. New tartan plaids direct from and. In black fabrics OUT Mntk U wiualW choice and select. 40 inch carina lustrine, 3ij ur 36-inch one twill Henrietta. 35c. 40-inch heavy twill all wool serge, 50 cents. 4O-inch tine all wool Henrietta, 50c. 48-inch heavy weight Cariier Henri- etta, 75c. to SI.50. 46-inch imperial serge, pure dye, 75c. 40-inch jacquard stripe, only 50c. Write to as for anything in dry carpels or books. The smallest order receives our beat attention. BLOCK, STREET, BUFFALO; N. C.C. PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 384 MAIS ST, BUFFALO, T. Vfhe Offioaa Eepcrti ot the United States Qcrerament, 1889, Hew JOMJ OaomnMiaa, 1889, (Mo Food Gosmurion, 1887, prow Out CSflreknd'fi if THE STRONGEST ot all the cream of tete baking powdon: DBA1.F.B Hi Diamonds, Watches arj-i Jewelry, LeslliT efie -f.vo. nnt.nf.frt.ma A HUE "9 .H.VLN XT PAT NTS (.'arcilB. ami Trail" oijtaiEr.l, sml f.1 Palcnl conilac-io! tor i- We ali car iintmri m less aaa at i-on ibwM. m.m vr s ot pbulo. wilh We advise if put stable or not, ol r'-mr On- not tiii U teema "Howw ooiain wnaref- or o wu. 11 ree- Aiidi C. A. SjSOW Ac Patent Ofllee. WailUactaB. D. C. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures A'ST-APERI   

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