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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX REPRESENTATIVE B DUNKIRK. NEW RTTLEXG MACKTSE .if -lianiu u it- lalo Jtrect, D-iacrK, X. Y. B JOHN iN ,A, CAP- v. Y.. VToyiMV. If n- IThri TCV.I-HI..I E on the V.jrk t.'.-nrr'u Th KxpiM-Ted M, Ktii'.jiv A RAILROAD, o, .to a r.ap-r p -he f The gian of rhe ;2r .jf :i... Train J 13 the Com. 45 i DEBATES. pans- fitr c.x. sa.e 01 Sept. p f H- NO. 2i. l-v i li r.i..- i- ASTIIlrplAX CAPES ju-r r; ,'i ,i'' T T-I- i. Tl 1 lit-v are nn arriv-i: rhe latest our I 'irV ilAJiBEa SHOP V Lhai. t. Lajcc rihorft NjU'j.i :iV -enter 1 an-1 .rLil.hvu'-. Flann.-I (.''aps. I- ni.-y ,-ilina- ;n an "Uj Jitertcr-.nj .'lur OBSERVER. DOSIRK F'jrrperi" t- of tacne.-. iw V. -W7 alrr.-ei- R. OEaJL Thij-: st.. ?'-r. :if H itnooi a rpeKia rr" TTi-.li T-.vo DrnnHen P rs...- ,iri. -nr .-I -pe ae me: -v-r- JH. V.Oi BCKES OSBOE'S -SXt !or Piper J. W-. tiarse Covers i :.er .ap 'n.-r -xiCQ 2i- j i! XOCS V 3 -j PT- i b i a i M i A 7711 frfi iAL A N NQLJ NCEM fc Rui4 ANDBBOI v. :s :n .i.-ess auca ;ia ..janii-wHiK.-, A., k-ii Lr j.unki ume j: R R 'lie A 7 ami From l.quur 'or r .i near :ne sa-e, an'! v me >r jn re JI J. GIFYORp. >jj Cc-nrmi nw L-Xe, A-.-'.-.i-.icut, jr.u and TELE i''l -v TC. JOSES. n-'-' ,'ATCHES. 4EWEI.RY. M. MOCKJ-.R. of .-.rt; ,it :UB occur- 112.1 rvn -U i 'T.-.T :hc E" re m'u-h prepare; and du not -i- in-La-.v -u, i V BaffUio Killed. -he 3 --T Saturdav ..'.'I :-i. .r Ku- :-'-uoii. fr-jl The -j i: -ni.i ir---.d i: r.r-.: 1" v.'ine Sh-vs. If wan: a and 'J '..n- try a pair of as.: Y'jn th.-m. in nii-iliuni vi1 narrow is the- h.-r shut- for the- O-'m- lisULLIVJiiU SON, a- :r :n anosis r'-p- T- order rijceivti- -iiir best ail MAIS BUFFALO. X i. 2 i -3 Centre Street -t... X- ...V. T George Dea.l a a "ore o: M r er i u 11 S5OO REWARD! MTE wiilpar_sae rtwarj tor any I niigesUuii, or vre cure TitJa ;hfi are a Tiey are pore.'y Vegeuioie, ja-i never iau K. Suffer Coaied. ccntiininsr :3U i5 ccnia. lie-ware of ujiaits. aiu :micaconi. ibe seamDe only by JeLLS C. CO. s-j-.i Moxaoe'i Pharmacy, Unuiirk, Y- Collide. an "he -r -r. Buffalo. ana the tracks SD Lightning Causes Dfcs1 Dei.. -'gnrniiiLi dcsr.r-vea The in a Jlarkur.. C.C.PEN FOLD WAIX ST.. BCPF.VI.O. Y. i v Holiday PATFVT: a .rr-actnr? oi :he -p, ,-A in Parrai.r Tfce :oa. :-.sa SLI 01 aeAr s fcrnier ream roires. -t..r --CK :.le iill.ag S ttiiev A: CO. 0. C e ckus PE JBR t Made by SEP. ft. M4CBETH i CO; Go to 'oe's tor Curtains and Fixtures INEWSPA'PERf NEWSFAPESl
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