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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 9, 1890, Dunkirk, New York REP RESENT A TIVE i [JSINESS HEXDS AT TrESIMY. SEPTEMBER GENERAL FOREJ3N NEWS. j SPLlIER ELECTED.' THE RAUM Pension jc.3 i n t EVER RECEIVED.. NO. 25. ANOTHER DASTARDLY ATTEMPT TO at WRECK A CENTRAL TRAIN j Iteuw. HIS MAJORITY THE LARGEST j 9._Th A Stw.1 Rail THE I YESTERDAY'S TRACK. OF DUNKIRK. m Catll. Onarct N.w H r.lww .Sines i Baiicesa at tae drx.; hotogrephs of Ba'lliis 3 tn-n who earue in raijwaYtra HAUTACIJITA HOTEL, Lirerr ant! ,n 11TY BAKJBEK SHOP Cn.ler Lakr Dealer on i Ttu.-l A i r'.'rtijfn an-i Dome-tic Prac.iCiU .1.- inscrter-.ug aorsca. trotliag a D iO'- ..-x.iilc iu said -iiRsisiB.i of old iron. a: nix' laid that no l'eeD Ij ba'i Hi, an.-: -o -T.'r- a strug-; j n i f orann- r -.PM eai-oe.-t .attention i '-r ..-if o. a.: s 2 v Mr. drx. .'i'.'l t hpn ir: 1 H w.i.-.'h j_; i a V O'ii- ald :ii .HITS cot arresreii '''_''" hr JQ _. ...v, than! -n and :_i: rw .-ion -if the CAPES jllst the latest ey are only and worth 4iv., our Price only and .--liildivn's Flannel 1'ancy fact- Veiling in all the iir. a-v ..J" T lUMtlKK r-UlKT -i.-r an': i-i'-'L'" nr.-! Mr. F -''w ilothing -irv '--.ic filalf.-. ness Tr i. HLZKS i t u.. "-P.-C..J. r r 3'" r' I J -iv- "R-.-! i P ;7. D. M--ITTEMJ.V i fj.. il >TE.VM HEATIXi H. c. ANNOUNCEMENl i-arin A. Mrxrmv Sole ".ii Main Street Or OME STEAM H Our ar art- from :n their i Ha, c.. -i- vv- Cumii.nr.-. Lender S75.00 to S250 bo H. j K. OEHM. E. ...J Du ni- i pvirs- j ,ro J't-.-.t ,-.-c w; ;u 1. :ea K......ij A lieavv t .-I.-.-.r j. i HESKI WEILER'S NEW STORE. E tar- I'n'li V10 XiurtisL Books. IT ;'i-r ..-t ai f for ,f r- L. k v (1K on.y A Siitr.-.-r rii _ act! '.i in L.i.-.i-r th- r ffn -in ex- T ?'re store. a iv. ;v lrenrrfi'J ,-.n j J ;n 'i "Q i L' NG j eci. O..tr ir. store. a i JOB PBLSTING..: ralcc, -j.. 10 JH. Acciden; STi :n aid lo :ne care u! c. iLu CenDer 51., Jn-: a.r-r. Again.t fi-x _T- i L :jp S PHAKJLACX, iOO Cenffai j.venae ier Paper Etj.nt 4..... :.i Altoona Bswllj- Gulled. D: a a_-air..-it it err.pjoy-8. a; -_. hundred' Fiank i I-'1" L-one Ou Mrike. i, i.-.'rjlst i cauuut oe -sci- STATE HOSPITALS Store 'or !t' Form. T t-u a oal' 1n :U Board o? _, wt !or a metrin of r- i.vj Hi; IN ThE CAPITOL. Smoked Meats, L.ir-j, X-l "f" -ATCHES, .JETTEJLP.Y, it. of a saitl be. "vrer Reciprocity p'aij20 There: ;o be 'Ji-Ecit of s.OO'i. The1 might sinister ji ev- .C to I siiroed ed. tbe i _ the rate on 13 Dutch; sn-ikp Hi-her :i. An evenicy FINDLAY. O.. 1J ''i ''1; a 'c''v dis0 of iag on TEC oiir- i train on the Toledo. Col ambus :o-l Cin- cinr.avi roaa -Truck for an advance ir wages frorn to e per As ns i r: dl, scc. Early A large ,jf m.w SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street nam.L and machine cuny a complett- line of TLETON-S Fin. SLo.s. If }-ou_ want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of thi make. You will like tht-n; Onr GENTS' 03.00 Calf Shoe in Button and Congress in broad, medium or narrow to.-, i.> the best shoe for the money that has ever I.een of- rered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. i-i-inch licr-.Vl Vlf. heavy Ucar-'-" ttta. ,.jc. Write to u> for anylLiaz in ,Jrv carpets or books. The or.i receive.': our best Adai Me MAIN BUFFALO. X. C.C. PENFOLD Maruf.icturtr nmJ lap.-rier. WAf> ST., v. y. Absolutely the Best. A pure erea-.L ..f AN are air! etoite are piihiieLi.-d -.n ev- erv iilje; "nc tniti pruvef :r superior- EL'KFALO N. T. PATFiVTS r r -.'r'vTi'.-r W'c haven-. n can .J.' at Leit- C-.f-t ;h.in "A" Sr n'i mo'iel, -ic if or aot, of rpcj not vtH'- ;-r A bonk. erencf- U) a.-.ua. :n '-.-nr or sown, sent free. C. A. SAOW Jc CO. Opposite Palenl Office. D. o to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures .NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPERflRCHlVl
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