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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX HEP R E SENT A TIVE DTSINESS HOUSES HUNKTPK V. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER K SENATOR QUAY ATUCIED OF DUNKIRK MKW HACHTNK lor ill of olanka the 1 itest uuffition U) (rijinic.il D( partrient Dunkirk 1'nntir fJCompanv BR. GrFVOKD, 223 and 225 Central Artaauc Photographer InHtantanemi? Photographs of Babies a ipnc ilty Sitters MPI. KENNEDY OF OHIO SCORES THE REPU3LICAN LEADER Senator a.mmlly bukail for M ilut.tlnlug the Flue of Chan-en HU KnniiMily tlia Punn- Leulor  n Vn tor Siilir, nd Lion dtri CU BVKKKIt -SHOP V Lhaa i'nip I oiler Lake shore Bank ntar anu fliirl itri eta V Uni ana Uomtatic tgara orni in k 1ATT1WON CO rai Vve s ol Faaluon anit Uei n i i l i i 1 bonoi t a im a it i I i 'h p r, one nl, ui r M r n i ruptioii r ti. R )inan i u i( m th, t mj "u, J J th is nu i the k it n it h LS been verj much owing r nic icti ,11 it i member Tom u Ulssa rhdt "1M teachel P." 'o 1. JL bank 11 cunt ion uill Plaveis LeaiiHe At New V ,ik- Vw _ j 0 Q _, BirTi 0 (J j H till" ii anU E" T Mt hl-" an A.I B, stun- 1 1 1 1 1 1 f, 1-1 W ClLiflaml (l l t _ j UI111 Murphj Bikely it Pill l' Plmid p Pill i n in K i li hi eu be ii ij ell 1 I Mitts U ni ras ji bank iicui itioii nil! be made 1 i 11 'i o ip md the nculinm ,l the couutli be B'R 1 e. ii unl III I li nr iiculitum m a Ih. 1 it ni up lc  F Thinl st. BiMjfeti Muaical In Jiraxnenu nes DuU evervth j u> i ilrst ItHti book -tors -iUi KH Hooka a spctnutv J' PBt> ri-sG nt cvcri iLMllpuon mil Tt at hv rated Un ik rk Priiitinir 3 mil IU b -ei unii it_ JH. ViN BUREN A SON, Fjre Ii Vci itat and iji n. ral hiauricoe Di l ers n Ueal Eatute md Loana. rariicii attenti in pa d to rlie c ire ,f property tollci nfc rcntd Jfcc. Centtr it., in t lloor OS HOE'S PHiJtW-VCT, >00 central Avenue 'or W ill Paper Pi nt Vf n i" n the s md i t in tie nuutlis or ill ,1 i of el uul Ir mi.is hi 11 11 i li uu ulll u lnt w n can bi.se its t me, hid, wu u bend ,ehin 1 rh lt (1 M, I air ins 1 mL_ Un jul A ,t lf ln ,_Ml ml units iliuh Mil wbiih nn-iit rlu piiiiishminr I, Mn lans It means i onh th, rmiid th, ciun an c, ver up his ri icla, ,md be it her foul >i i ur is the necessm demands houi ,1 senatinil i ourres h LS iiius, d Ihe te un )I seuitinal ss m i .511 e 'o he iim i i more -n 4! r n.d m i i _i ssn ul 1 lPt Lt Le' t li md i en i nare c I nk s  m i k i il cr it vis sT i nt JI I ill llness u thiiusil n h be n t UK bnaeat rime ol i 1 ne .n inn, ht >hi uid 40 out ml h 114 hmib, f IT sr uv is nptatinj itaeii Lhe Sfit 11 ban i- 1 tin u r iivi his iinei N iriim a r, Pldnul, ph.ii Plnlad, ii, -'10, 1 ,rk I I J Put i-ni Vu ki n and in t Hni kli pil., rint el les Illikle fill ikhn 0 0 (1 4 j 1- 4 II 4 Mm phy n n p of I nis conduct oi he itfairs i hi u HENPY GEOPCE BANQUETED He IH INCH i Hpt N I 1 lo Bojo.tt tala to b, ln cout.u.- plutlou by Trade, UnJoru.U. PITTSBI HO sigpf 4 lepoiid ntiinerous and unusually auibotiuitiiely stated that the iifferent. tiade, unions in Western Pellllh, h mm mHttti01 mU" cupentei, issiintiir, ,tes "h ,r a mrie boycot t will be at thattbeeflfnot will bemoie 01 less Hh a.snousto the an 1, whei it rh it m Hi )o nun msis md then i mulies Mill nithhild P iiionam ui 1 ,11 iport lining he i, i lor ih iiiiund meii i ei list d t, ,me n biii.lm- miop emploie, ,i rhe neip Ihe eleitr, ,1 I lh, Inmniii t rk mL,  pr Killilenrppnrvl the uif-e To the HIM seiemh itr.pt station In is, mil D, t itiveFess u ,s sent out tomiesti He luinied rn ,t tbcie bid hi en a md th it the i i i' man ha 1 lueu tkeu t) Ins hum, mum id Ivillj in 1 Mihon i "h'rn, "lle'' Ule inj'iie.1 nnms H limits Uul F.s, l H i md tlmi u_-h mvisti.i u "ill mleuiketo mid m 1 m the m m "I'' 'I rhe i{ 11115 who u, i e seen iiouud nspiipei, ,lf. ls to lipjit, ot its ,u ,s V i mi .1 i, on gnss is. hit rlie n, ,st ,1 s, ntlL "till iims m i i, Ul fiti fn> Khi) Burns' sptuhcs ,v an mi v.n.r ,1 amount of temii, i l LATEST NOVELTIES. i i mr 11 iiioiial si S 111 IS II ll. I list ,UU is n ol th um, in Tint 01 net ue n by the x run, B" -i-Hinij oi ye w is m it t md lecept on at i-ii tbe Brooklyn m p onuneur smUe i Id i ss s md li leates Putt rlis t Pb "i i PlHladflpI, "Mann I Mcmi hi- H i lui. M i i ..lifc.iti 1 i nl iss s nul Ii legates id ,14 surtax -I if ll the I i, ,n I 'lllfil _' lisi, ,r Q imner I ill il 1 n 1 l I md IJul, v I 1 1 i I I i U i u si ut I i pi 11, id of N n of mil iim Rev Hit "I Ninth and Bi !uu >i L mis I Ills Bu van it Rn, i R n n I f I nil, la L ri H ,mb Illi- THE MORE MONUNMENT UNVEILED Ifeinori thf Orliflnnl Settlem of Roxliin j y RONDIUT N r -ept 4-Nearly T IKK, ip weie present; 1 u it the un im- it i mouumi nr u Pi s.bim Deli MII imnrv- t> the muiuij ot eny Mine the settlers if rhe il UMtitUO ieir, Iellui, lf t ie t mi Ij descend nits, tr, m ,11 p irts ,t Jhet, re md h u es MO Jlt, of p m ,llkeep 1 PSH ,r welcome the moniinnut w is urn piltd H John H M, ,r Mid, _ m spik irthehf, n M e till --ill ill B nth, p tll f li tl 1 lisi lelneiel m s- I i-v Tl f lm K i ,11 I pok, on tn, 3 111-1 us till, t ttuie Ih, lebi itun li s, s t 1 u in nument is of-rutt h irr mite ml fin -if! t fij (jould whose intlw nun is K m at cpi m u 1 iljoi oati ii n m numb, i ,t Tf II dll! Ill JH ,s w'lKh iehjii s tn s.s riij) "sDiiin us iin, n Hi u m rh, ,pinum ot t lii- ni dn to n i} m ss "f n ,f th lmi.s j, H I'lT'l PI i dc n i ms tor the IIP, l, ln_, ili IM lions ,t niiMn, ulcl .b, i s.ajstiis us to ,m t, smi.ssan h n i rue fin Bourse an li u l MI ibhslu d md v muie n I Illlel ,tes I ,1 sill Km_r ll muni, in PHIS, l in, I thu i rinnk i h n hid onriii, i Hl, ,mpli V CLOAKS, lobe-, knit s-u-ks, under flannel ol.inket-. slunvK, ,vnd ap- .md new huit-y handkerchiefs, lambi ti ladies' oashrueie g new le veiling, belts and band him-v and jet tlbuin fi.inuel ni m u i m 1 Dunn l m i i n uid I n i in i! on ,i t nli-jnj md line hin cnilers and cnmpei-s, new marble top Ijible or ladies' and children's new fain y ra-Liwe and and hoods, the latest thing fur head new- entlemen's ho-iery, -u collars and slairta, undenvear and uerkwear. fall line Centenu-n ki.l doves in t tin in iK h id is 1 i h ,t 11K l 1 U tl i, n ,s Hi ii o i 11 mint )i m HIM 111 I s 1 1 ,p ,n Hi It in he i i_hl I i 111 111 m ,r M i Mink si i I i i n been I l I i I on' -u, kvill, lo U Hi. -ip l, Mlph d I i t i i I ,u l h is n m, 11 ,1 i vs M 1, spi id hs nt i is h i nii ih mil H I uin rs is ill isi in n 11 h i K n rh I m i 1 In-in, mm i u U" 1 -l k Ule ,1 ,s ,n, nl, ,tlfl w'p "H 1 liHiuiin m i nun M i t i ii h, ul "i 'i M- i u ill, i i ii t i I u, i n i K is mm lie I u i pound on UIH i i th xtjii rhe si iti s punt h is i i i M Ihi 1 in 1 i n i s mei i n i, i SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT _____________I Mumhou M Huir RUHUIII r, Mr 11 in, lial lm in fillmif ,1 ihelmir, Iniiiliiur kniiilu I ur tin orintmil lolor Ni and ,i In Prlii H i cum tbuUV Buj it in it In tun Linn mice moiiev leuimied W i MUM Suit Minufai Hirer, _ 11- Itailrniid avcnnt ,ue Li t l( M trk re Kiateutl ill buwncsh nutiii u r un Initu teas Inform iu n X< i in t -ijii (i il it famines wnt ni rr (iit.it il l a t i I il I I i Hie HI 11111 Tai Cunfeienie --nt 4 Ibc-m_le n-c on in Hi ,1 d itrel isslnj i th mks to s, il lui ni Ii n i 1 unit! limed ro the t b ie  f rht. i onven tiou Pi iidenr Poit m snciikiiiir of the I Pali inuic 0 I tl UHl PEIUilNS. I 2O1, ociiter street, MannJacturer Harness, Sad llea, Jnd1e5, tollan Trunks Whipa Buff ilo llobcs tiorse Covers la-loves Mitlenaao Slon-s SCHOLTES, IT Kaat Thirrl strut 's u, V 9lrt-y, t in tin pattv who uinonable Tailor gentlemen ivill and it to neir advanuigc to call on rm before lepHedmtbem 1 II 1 leil f U tnli nu, i tie sh i kles upon i hum in "v beiuo; ml n wn, n ,r r be x m r n n u pi )fect on theones pe, leu hit ii uid reieem it, pi l.-ea "'ll i i it. h at ii" it IB about to be tn s( i i lepeiited piomi-es tie o be IL omes v c run ous fi ,111 neld md if it fails, it ttuiis in tin paitv who in aithtis lulled If it is to he mh Deciuse t, thutv hau liaitered tu i% its I I le til ki ml pcm hciliea at P ilitn nun Ibe uliifc Iseiilot ot Out) i) a. C LRY A CO.. Lion acroet. lienera' Harilware Leail.Oila.Plintcr'a ai p jiitu nun tlie I I8e mot ot 3upubea, OH Cloths Ltraoite Ware A apeei il- years s to linn a countcipait in the t of I Jud ia )av mil Hie Juilas toik tbe thlirv it spungnniii, FII- D w us- 4- Tbe weatner w is mi- nr md tie rnck fast 11 n -i r n 1 i u t tbe iisir ,rti v Di c" "leetin. ir Inn, ie i UIIK T u sd n m.rlir ,jlcll ,r 1LS I Belle I. i a m 1 ,s m iiit o inmiiele the contention I m tu )LHt tlu or Hi-' the hall im c u il i u hmei it lh. i mo ie itrt-i i 1 ro leniplur f it- III Day AMU N I -sept lo day ia ro be i n 1 i 11 hei ti i rlu Knights TJm lai t rue st in it Terse; Ibe hindiii u is it tn, _ian 1 i omm mdai v bun d ir uie OIPHI Intel Lheie will IIB i I i put ule mil i pii'p ill ill 'it en nun n I n us ate expecred to tun mi lies and mends ui u trams eailv in the UliNO jueh as jUnk books, led; ilw all n.ai Ls hlnnkj lone at Dunk rk I'riaiing Connitnv s and 10 E aecond at, I, tTDOLPH WOLOEXH-VUER, IA, riurd and Buffalu su. Marble, t tagging ana De i.er Bai lin TOUT and Mont and hauijt 1 binisil n is left in nplt tor the M in Qu n th ir it is nm nhv it thui unit it on -omc tine sime uood upon piace m he Hoi i ml li uounceil i sen ,t flora mj i nil ic in beciu-ie i litii tharji d with Gill on nae !forfnbuym" i niTh mr uui "B uiu in 11 u h s S0ac d, m md m ling ....__ ____ mifiiiuu u md inqmri that should sstao i-n nip ol bis actions u t las ptisonil h iioi None othei niiupviu.; the nl K e m tne count ils of the p ii ..y tl i I has stiffeiel hnustlf 11 i' ii uid month out wi h nuns iid ini-iiem moisior vbicb it i M he-u uid bin bee i condemned untertn 1 a or Ins state mil tune bid ___ I meted nt to him the fullest measuie >f J (.ETFORD, JO] Ceno-il Are (Up its punish nt This m m is i Keniiuh kj ttaira faeneral liiBurance 1111 Keul batatc -h ,n r i r JWeni. Accident, anil LiTe Stock CHn l now '8m un silent' Is it Ownmnt [juj-jijg j just aiiti to em un in IPUC ill E> 1SLKY A CO It ami a Eaut Fiont Whiskv, Wines, Brandies LiquoraCorc for Finally ose >OBERT V Lion -ireet, near tne lepnt. iioanung-, dale, e eed j.mt Li   a table Stabling by tne day or weet on reneunaule R' u, From attention mil aelhug iltai Lautt. J- s I'no-JOliRAPII taibit i n ppt E tlniat iqiuis for nii-d 'J! O 1. ROW l n i t I >i rtt 1 W eia, Km in 1! ttl j.t !u- i u ve mil 1" >rter u im ibe n l C. JOES. "5 E. rinr 1 st., cor Ueer Freah aalt ent lie; mse one who is accused of crimes j and H t ises to seek for vmdicatt ,n is a Reimbii n md tb it Republic m ths ra e )f paiti de eei ir i i honoi would peiinlt me to do so I do not know 11 herb, i m ule iguiist tne i hairm m it he n iti nil Re i m cornni ttee aie tme or false but I do know thac they have been made bv joiiiti us of cliai icter dud standing un Tn it, tlie Bn.k War 11 IK 4 nnitition of 1 i i i i m and i bitra i n i-r U li _; ues jt the I i i t h mm i last night u t he i u M ion of ohe i i i 1 u t in in was 1 I i mi n iiis issoi i inon I' i th n i 11 md besub- uui e I t j ih i m, i ti t i n u ,uv b Isei D VI, m ipl un I v Un imt Time _! ._ lass pni'se l  i Rtpiioll, m leulei he ovied ID LO b. nmri a 11 Hose head he TV as either to brand ue-n o.s infamies or to pioie their 4TCHES, jiuy tiie Aorora a specialty trant _  Kniampment. I id s pt 4-Yesterday afteino iu stssioii ot Obe Catholic Kuu'iits if V 11 ii -is_rueu uer to the unit ,im ink n n, the tnsr miiual em impmcut Kn is t )idei idopted mil n >oits r. cii.it nom i immiftees ap- pomtid u list Indian apoUs Ibe pin ule ri tbe att. ruoon was j partuipitel m by a number of membt is Ste unship Nlll UK 4 The F Tea land fum Vjt i u LONDON Ne i ,IIK --ept Ln 11 p mi NHII UIK b.pt ut In diana tiom Ruts it i EP9HI UJ here resteid n suited la t ,11.) vs First rtci s mile Princess Bowling flrsr VlFirrou second s thud tim. I J7 1-.) --eiond i ue the -aphire st ik s ir Guscon lust Key W csi sei uml id thud me 1 10 Uni 1 ice 1-, Buddhist flrsr teilou seioni V il led rim 1 ]me I riur-ll i ir-p he Ii n Pltj- h mdlc ip 1L4 mles Fn i s i mm miciit set ond Euristui ime J 07 iiruiiue 1 in' s i d lust IU n nul tlmi i >l, _ bulb lace tne I lit h m I ip 1 4 milea in the mrf Phil isophv hist 1. iviui Belle second is! i lo ii tl u t nn, Z 04 1 'i Jim VIcLaiiiriiimi ,de Phil isophj Tin Fljeis ,t tliu iijo Hicviri) -nepr rices re rfUlteil Oi> full s b irst r ice m Aiunna Tlom Injured bv a Runanav V, cldent. Nsn Mr Frink orK the -veil kuimn bioket was in.; in Central pai k one at hla horaea he- c mie ren ictorv md be te un r tn away Work jumped out, of the wagon aud was dr _'jed some distance auaraunng severe ciiutusiot s Emletl a x-pree by Suicide 4--Jolm H Wyle, a t) mm itdcruiei o( Cainden N J, ended i spiee bv committing suicide in bees hotel on Eighth avenue He took seeoud I si. ond raci, "B u le Ten n second -kniuc ii Ila n I time in hist t ne third lace t mile and 70 y irds Fred Fmk lust ei liw si. md -i viiiuis thiio tune I Foilitb raie 4 nile ,-m lie fiist Mm Halt second P'nice mil mie llo 4 Fitth rice mile Kh.uton lust O Lee second, Pact. Hoise tbirtl time h raco mile Peirl I'eiminga Meve lerome aeeond Bolster third first. time 1 i7 _________ Stite Bleeders Asxirl ition Rares ELM in i, N bept New York fetarxj Breeders races at the interstate fair jesteulaj were well con tested Capt Witers nrn the rice for stallions who had neier beaten J 40 beat time J 35 -i The nursery stakes WLS won LEAGUE OF REPUBLICAN CLUBS the Fxe, iitive O.mimittee nt Cmiieufi m To-DaF N 1 4 Vi the meei oinnutr e it he i Ui ,'f l held l-  ns 11 is noi ussed Lbe inientii ti ot state Republic in elubs Mill niiet in the onarcss hall ball 'o 1 iv md hold H business meet n_ n rhe town hail it whirb P esi unit 111 HIM on of the Nation il le ime md ot lit ITS will speak Vn Inkiinnn Woman Found D, owned. Rr P i tape 4 dmosc u bndv if i inng noman ippiui nrli about !0 veins of rhe featuns mm h lia- w is round in the '-chin Ikill can il Um miles below Rending ID ls rhT he skull is trairnied the ivomin is n it known time iry offlimla in in m invcstinition Hie Do Ij h he n mce or h.umg been in tbs irei it liayi ten davs i, i" 1 H-'l 1 I H P I tll II ,1 III non do Mu h irn i ,1 h is ri v p rlie n i un lh ni r tin Hit tll i Us I 1 II -I 1 I 1 Inn h s 11 ,__, ,_ l hi 11 in, tii Bui   F JOHNSON t CO, ,00.) M un 1 V ri HIIIL Our Nuin Uci lm im 1' tn Hni it f ,r tl L'uiii I i (mill, i piirtl iihns nldii ss IiA MSBEI L t IKON s V  -ions uhii h is iu mll n, n f leinoi Rival GLF si MIS VI Frtnler ck Cil'ttr ississmui i near Feu hj Vliion, -hukitl uho i lept tofolhrts noiisi md nitiu nr naiiinur enmticdtbc mt nis ,t i sb ,r rim ]nr0 olletr s hull '-huk rr i is ipsted shortlr itter md his ximmi nm lie_'Hti yesrciln -shirk rt ivis in I ,i "tor ot Mrs Collert mil hf> SITOIB i ujiin-t Lnllett who silcceb-f ilh w )oed Che lady Gold md Mlvm Ilesiteis' ronvention Nnv Y ,i K -e >r 4 gol i unl siher be tleir h b annual session hen lestei 1 iv Ihe m imp, itmit busi ness trins u ten wes t c adoption it i uni foiri i are 'or )eitm_r at JO i be i This is mmcieis, the presiutritT and t i d ir ihi i ids ,J1 md e, beating liou-es in the country will non Nm, Fersonn DIOMH, d PIIM i l it I -Th xt, hnilT ise m rlu ,n, i M 1 m is tii ik l lift! cts t th s i nm vu u Ii, liiiinmj i isti o.ts ue up, ,r d om u] liaits ol rbe unri ,rl Df 1 I IS 4 mini h ireh n hi setwil th i n IL Iim -Mi u i 'It lor r I i li 1111 (i Bin n il m inn nj uj 111 m I i Ii iei f 'i i -ilislmn IN Sen Broi l HOUSE AMD SENATE iu tlif W isiuM TON Sn t m the s, n 1 i i lesoi n u ll id In M ,1, iei luimilhesh, ,rm_r ,r (n n Banundia in msiil! in thi in is ,c LIU d n tl i jniun t. pneror )i rue Centenniiil iie nest known men in the H nte inonn i tcs died day at age ot 53 j eais We ire at pres. nt m.ut improve minis n irruvi mtnt of our st, res then SHU ,f amplci spiue for ihe Upl ij ,r mer (haiidisi aud will m t Wuh -__ da more pie taunt tliati.v, r md pm It- erf )i those who uuue drut ti, i junker bemiHu we ire inn, 11, the hist and f mu st kn iwn u-h tern nm there a priiMilj no de-1 iy ifUT i purrh IHC n Tniide Ui0hl. I who shop wit1) a- by m in wc iluo do thehcstm our power md orders arc attended to with all possible dixpltch Early muumn In ,Jrefle ire ready Th, re w 11 be no liner stock >f driss fib-is m VVestini irk We have the largest assort- ment ot Patent Leather in plain imlhght-coloied topn, li.unl ni.u fame sewed. Wf i omplete line ot NET- LON h Fine Shoes. If ivT niw-iittmg and make Uui IT Slioe m Button and in broad, medium or nariow toe, is the best for the that has ever been of tered to any trade. Come and examine them toi and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street in Wt a yard dylman -s, u imperial mril-. etc wbi, h iri- n no ,1 n, if wt at md 41 an li ron mil it. d m drip csi ip 11 >ths innures BI ruts irmurc sinpcs thi valric it tll U we Inve cv, i ml 1 larijc van tv ,lltl, s m at.w autumn f iHhm lwllN and UcnncttiH ,rnv daily tart in pi mis IU1 Innd illy TO MAGEINAG SUMMER TOURS. PALACI Low Boar Tnpi BIT Brtwsm DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Tlie 800, Mfcninette, Lalu Sunn Hvory Hroning 3MWMO DETROIT AND CLEVELAND durlne Jtinr Jolr, Only. OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS, BUM Md Biouraion Tlokou will IM by your Agent, op E. B. WHITCOMB, O P A., DrrnoiT, MICM THE DETROIT i CLEVELAND STEJIIII NW. CO, ELEC'FPSC 36LV t'ECTKIfl Bill i t Ian- I cl.fnr Ml -I c lonl niions lurTfou ot Flt- tiro, m I -ITS r onnsil pmtollFAl ni aeil VII ORIH "iTftil FOt or we forfeit f 000 B I.-- Sunpfcnwjrr ait. lip ITornt ML f ELECIBICCcf' He v'ri i mcYi inc hu ivv Ults itt 0 c nts W-inch anea'i wool Ilinretti Ue uj i_mlicr fctta to 41 70 W-iD( U imocnal serge pun  3 BLTtFALO y C.C. PEN FOLD MunufH( tuier ind I np M4 JtVIS ST., BUFFALO i in.' Ji till I I 111 I 1 IT o K SXItKA I I J V1LVKR I'l.A t IS IFTh r ivy up N PATENTS -ad Trill M i Pitiiit i iiHmsMiimlii' ti I fi M Olirolltr, s >ppnhllr I I in havenn ncim s i trinf-l, t nu-nt in-im-- n it on 'hin honrtinjli Send moiiil li i ui r l In rml on 1 it p tii ui ,1, of 1 in Feed I e We home -nt mm l t. if th Ic r a ,t free on U i l ir P u l Ui J'( r D )t free ru irjre Oiu trenut lm till iuli nt s 11 V ,0-ik 'Him to un Pllonlh TI! -cni.sto u m ,1 iii.lh n un -M lie o Jtj l fn e Vdilres C. A. Ac CO. Opposite Pllenl Office W wk D I, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures SPAPLRl .'SP4PER   

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