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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               XX N. Y., MONTnvY. SEPTEMBER 15, B R EP R ESEXTA TIVE USINESS HOTJS1 OF DUNKIRK. FORECAST OF CONGRESS.! THE STR..NQENCY IN MONEY. SOUTHAMPTOX STRIKERS THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM IN SENATE AND HOUSE. THE NfcVT RULING MACHINE lor ri! pan y. BK. tilTFOKD. -2i( in." Ji5 Arusuc instania Ar .j a J..M1 PmVHN'5 :u. PH.1KJU.CV. >i 1-jr iWii i'aper P.I.I.: "r. s, r.Unr-., hips, iiiiliL. I SCHOLTES, it a. CAiiv to.. L.ou si.-e 'jncive Wuro. A .-jnv t -'i L.-l.anti U us rot ra i L'LlNii. iV a.; loci! at 5 t. .TetMiliii .St. MOLDEXtLVC EK, iV OCT. -Lii'i ijtiilaio Deader Hartne. iiair ..m me pf.'in: .11" t ISLKT A CO.. iV near Lne i> Sulc. in.; L.very J. Glf FORD, jiii On.rai ii-e. iCp .rs. Aoci.ienL, LiTe iRMifi to buyiiu- 1 '.Yv.-. ii, ;.j linni'-- ,v.--. A.c ;ili.i TC. JONES. To E. Thir.i cor. Kxceioior Meat .ll.ir.ket. i.T.-'n, Siflt ao.: SmoteU MenZ3, sarciuisefc, ;7i.i Poultry. ,T ATfHES. J2TTELKI, Huy Aurora iiiiilrxiati sEapi. K. T.'iu-5i 3L- M. MOCKEK, Liiutl Grant Forfeittirj Bill Likely Ditpnwd of Iu the stimte To- Anti-Lottery BUI Will Prob- vblv Hounc WIU Effort to of Content I'd filactlon week tr r.- US. Sept. senate this ric indastrioiialy on several the list of measures that caucus week decided Wi.dom U Xo Danger of Trouble. NEW YORK, Sept. Win- tfeai he wuuld purchase of 4 par cent. bond. 000 and ISO.fXJO.OOfl of per cents., in order to relieve the stringency in tiie money market. The drier will be issned from Washington i-his morning Kirins: notice that, fr.r the bonds to be purchased will be received at. 12 u'clock noon next Mr. vriudum sa.M that he had named ns the arr.onnt of bonds to be purchased because, as the entire available surplus is HOW DISSATISFIED WITH THE MEAGRE- NESS OF STRIKE BENEFITS. nt.ill business, and is likely to be laiej; and disposed of to-day. The 1 according to the CH'-.CUB program, is the next "hiiis'o he oeusidersd and acted on, and j.r come up on Tuesday. The oil; r of the supreme court of r.'jf .-t.ttts i.s next ou tiie liar, anti ;hj.- -.ue l.ill providing f.ir 'in- tnins- it -u.- Ena.rme to tlie de- part wlii'-h .Senator Grnr has sfiven h-- r-.-iJi up on Wednesday or 1 -'Ti 1'ills thac !.ilfc h This. together with what will be re- 'nr the prepayment of the interest fi per fiilconsume the entire Mr. Wiadom further said there was no doubt ia his mind that, rhe artj.-n taken will bran iHtLifaetory n'.itl if i he holders of limii'inilx are t.o treasury. He no of serious flnani'i il trouble, and it; will not be the fault- of the treasury de-; partiiiMBt, if jt oomes. Th- offer of 4 per- cent., he 3ays. is and is not to i be regarded an the policy of ihe uiimini--' use and which come j tration. fr.r w-itli this purchase if it -t, of measunai on the Be- j be ma.K-. tin- tre.-isnrv ont. of the; are mure than market for the purchase of that class of bonds and will hereafter apply the cur-1 rent surplus r.o tmrcba-enf t.he per: .Mr. Windom lefi fur i-.nrn. Mass.. to join bis family about, til tht- time of the senate i! can ieinlers of the house ii.iv- M. i .i..y that the filibus- which were ...n week, while the ma- jnr cndeuvroing la call up t.iif :-_r be carried further. criuiiied to iwirniiiiater dis nuruly minority by push- Elliott from t.h-- Mjiirh Carolina, iiumediaiely The d-.HcipJine which the Re- "-ill enforce will consist in .iebat.e to about forty min- i l.e inimediately tfLkeu ?rheu closed. The i- program loi- to-d.-iy and hope to have a sufficitTUt .f :n mejubrrs on hand to any areuipt, un the part of the ;o lu-caJi a quorum. ty the action of the Saiurday uitrht, the from the ways committi-M early in the week, by i hi- ctimmiiiee ..u rules .r'ie jar-e wiia: rhe ei.rnniitt.ee r re ..-.itiai.... r.inj... Wrj-n :hc rime has Aspired a iu al: the senate Taken and the Re- .u v i.-s semi the bill to confer- .i i- hy Heiiub- i.-ni'.rr-. and was-D-trr.rti in cau- it .-oii reporis -.vi.l be i in tijan a IMMENSE TERMINAL SYSTEM. The Gigantic Ruiiirav Conrem-i plateii by r.ipitaliHts. NEW V'.KK. Sept. street's new rina.ncml paper. Tim Journal of annuuUL-ea a :EJ with a tensuiiiu -Ty-teiu. It is lo be known as the Elevawit 1'erniinal Railroad com winy ami inter-' esteii iu it financially are many of the: richest: men of Chicago. N'ew York and Europe. Work upon this enterprise is to be be- piin very .-onn and. though an corporation will control it all rhe leading railroads Chicago are to be arcc.mmociated by ir. An 'immense' gr.-tuil centra] station is to be ert-cted pr-biibiy near Twc-lfrh and Stare streets to be u.-ed as a general union depot. Elerat.e'i lines are to which will be partiy iron and structures' aod partly lirick arches. Xor only pas-.' seneer trains bur. freight, Train.- win run over the tracks. The freight, cars will be lowered to the street by means of hy-' .irauliij elevators, such as already are used in Loudon. A MISER'S MISERABLE DEATH. He Dies i osi.ui-'d as the troiniiiittee on i. The riefldeucy bill aiiivr] fmenm. in the apj-in priiitions cmnmirtee of llkr-iy r.i be r.o irina the week with disaifree- for the appoiuLment A DEFECTIVE SWITCH a au the Missonri Pacific. Twen'y People Injured. Kansas City ti.r Missouri Paciric railroad Uui'in depot at 9 o'clock -ii? by aiiefeetire j :vue at the time, and it ;jt- railroad autaorities of the T'ae for- w-cr ui-. ;.i .he train passed the coach iiad the St.. .Joseph i i isa_-e and the Wichita sleeper K.ivnna lef: the track, the coach and j rolling down a small em- lilt': ii ilU'Tl'.. j were twenty people injured, six 1 -erT.Misiy. Mrs. E. L. Norton of St.. Louis i U -iperttt'.i to survire her internal in- Mrs. Mary Lott of Kansas City cnr and bruiseii: A. C. Daly and wife. Lfimuo'i, I ml., internal injuries: James f'oi'ic. fracture of arm: E. L. Xor- i internal injuries. i A ri'lii-f train left this city at mi'Iuisrht r. turned at. 3 o'clock in the morning I The Xortons were con- Y.-V-I! -r. tii'-ir iiomes and the others to Pacific hospital. Latni la_st :t -.va- all tvijl recover. had a very narrow i frorn a death. >f Starvation With in His XFW Yi.ns. Sept. A. Tuchel. a (Icrniau. atred and a mar. who was worth aUinr t-.f starvation in his room at Eas; Cjne Hundred ami Second street saluniay uft.errx.un. Little orunthine is known nf the dead misur. His abode was two hack rooms, miserably dark and small. He took the room where I he died a y--ar ago. I In searching among the papers scattered i about the room Coroner Schulrze c ime upon five bank books, three belonging to i Tuchti himself ami to his 43.1'JS in the Dry Dock bank: one I credited :o him as trn.st.ee fur Ida Best-. qater. in the sume bank, and one i as trustee for ILirie Bestvater, in i the Metropolitan Savings bank. Papers showing that Tut'bei had ovrnetl rttal in New York, and also a mort-' irase iziven t.o of L. were found. i A of Farof Return tm TVark on the Conditinns Proposed by the Sh-ip Meeting of Dorkpm In Com- mitted by of Kevolvcr in Sept, situation at ion is the various ot bein': ajid r workmen. nor the beiDir able to ivi-'-pi.ec" 'o what e.t- lrt-u; work ill ije Lo-uay. At an imnirise av-f.rfrg of the srrik- I'-'-Z and it was t.'-at if !awst m iiiiis ;lrp not agreed to by EOOD to-.lay ihey aban- don ihe port, in a body, tnnnerous are -.rith the of the "aaiona idk-uess. and favor aretu n on rLe cuiiiiiu.ius pro- P'lsei'. by iii.. owuei-B. ii that th.-se rrn may stronir enough tn rtl.. carrying out. of rna r' pted mee'.iuii. Jo' n H'irn  :it alarming inrri-.'ise in t-be use of The revolver in this conr-try. As a of 'ids -er, the hnm- secretary h.-is the e.vscuti.-.u of a man con- nf mnrdi-r. .-iIt the jury added T.CI rLeir verdict, an expression to the effect that they di.i uot. r'uii.k the convict had intended to til! his victim. FrsrK-oia Mantean. a was the murderer, and the crime Sa-l no peculiar feature aboil! it. tl'.e reckless use of th- li-i- lately not been peculiar in It -vas the cf-nera] opinion that the j.ri-oiier's life be spared: ihc authorities answered the appeal for 'vnh the tbftt. having tin- -iang-irous ex'-nt which the revolvers prevailed a; rhe Time. ir. was neces- sary to nj.ik-- an example. "Sruttiers" With the Lash. Another linneerons pra.-tice. and a novel one. is known as "scuttling.- Ir. is really running amuck phenomenon which, was supposed to have bei-n conrined to the i Malays the East. rVcemlv." however. instance, in Lon- towns until the public are alHrm-.-d. The -scutiler" rnn-i in a crowd, stabbing aud ast.i whom his victims may b.'. -re is of narlia- mt-nt to p-iTiisl: with the lash. as lone when parroting assumed an epniemic form in iLt- larice cities. THE BA3S3ALL WORLD. Scheiuleii ot the Standlnss of the Club.. Sandny Association Games. The following tjilili-s show the of the clubs in the uiiTcren: U-aiju S' X NO. 30L MCPJOED BABES. DISREPUTABLE SYSTEM OF BABY FARMING AT LONG ISLAND, Boston Bronklyn Cent. Chi.-ai.-., Clevelan Buffalo S-lTIO.Vil. JK; .3S8 .270 Brooklyn Bos7nn Cinrinnari New Yore. Cleveland in; Loaisvill" Toiwl Baltimore At Ovn u; At .1.1 0 i'l 1 t) ft I '.i il o 10 ii 'i Chamberlain and n 0 I n Per Cenr. .190 .-nt. .1142 .ifi .415 IT. K. n. H. IL Two FourJ In Asylum. One Smothered Detttiln .f a Whole.ale of the Innocent.. Tvro Old Reprobates Stcepod in Crime. Babies' Clothes Found. NEW Sept. Clans and wife, who were arrested in Maspeth on Friday accused of abatuioning- infanta were taken ro the Queens county jail. Long Inland City, Saturday morning. Their 20-year-oUi Otto, who ar- rested on the same charge, turned state's evidence and was released. At his solici- tation his to Justice Scuefer of Xasrtou befnre beiag taken to jail. They acknowledged having of a great maay infants. Their covers a number of years. Four in XBW Yorlc city were impli- cated by their confession. Warrant., wer, immediately issued for the arrest of tbi w-imcn named, Sheriffs Hols- worth. Oakley and Hilaud of Xewtown were sect to New York after them. The accus-d persons said they had been in the tmhy farming business for more than twenty years. Until a few months ago they hsul lived at 181 Webster avenue LonS Island City. Forf.y-fivu infants found abaudoniid in tbat ciivin little more than a year, and the p( fiee flnally on the Claus family as the culprits. and fin-en: '.lurn-on and I TVhile rher waiting a op- ponanity to arrest them, the family dis- appeared. They were tmoed to M where Claus built a rieksty house on tbe of the wood near Fihk u-cnue. Hart and Evidence wag finally obtained against I them by Constable Quls and other Xew- R. H. F.. town officials. When arrested in the house on Friday one dead infant, was found ia the room and another that looked as if it were about to die. Both were removed. Dr. Wicfham performed an autopsy on the dead infant and found tb.At ii nied of starvation. He also found tha: :.o the other infant had bean a stronir narcntic. and the are that ir, also will die. Constable Holds- worth slept in the house on Fridnv Saturday mornine while Dr. Wiikham and Justice McDonald were searching the house thay found the dead body of an in- fant between rhe mattresses on Uic bwi on which HoMgworth had s-ient the night. It. had been dead about three days. A crowd of men arc about the pi.ice for traces of other Ijmiies ihat miifht have b.-en A InraH- pond in ihi- woods abo'ir ion yards from the i 7. T-rni-..... :i il o 0 T 0 RuTTeri.--.....Cushman and Munyan. T it-dn...........f) n o i o o si.. o o o Q G-arue d.'irkni-'.fi. and P.odsers: and Mnnyaii. 1 4 THE PRESIDENT ANXIOUS About the Threatened Embarrassment in Financial AfVairs. CRESSOX. Pa.. Sept. 15 proidr-nr and his family atteTirled the Episcopal service held in the Mountain hr.'nsc pir- lors yesterday morning. With th.' excep- tionof brief walks during the remainder of the day. the of the president's household have remained quietly in their pr'-tty con-age. The presi.lttut is still WH.rchinL' eloselv threatened embarrassmnnt te ririanei.-i! affairs in New Y'.rk ,-ity. He had n wle- ijraphic conference wrh the leaders of the bouse of Saturday .inii while nothing of an ..fficial .-h.iracrer can be obtained, it is airier-tool rhat the president made his views qr.it? plain on subject: and there appears T.O be no doubt, that he favors the extension of the bonded period on goods' in tfap custom hrnise to a dat-e which will remove ail probability of advjc..s frcm Secretary Vv in.iom have ail oeei) nf i charncTer to i.; leave rhe impression th.ir th- worst -if the in-mediate apprehenni.-.n seed be felt. i t- who formerly mast r of con- years STRUCK WITH A HAMMER. Painfal A MYSTERIOUS BOILER EXPLOSION. ERICSSON'S REMAINS IN Thought He Had Been Shot. Vi.iiK. Haydeu .1 iiiir.i T'? the police of the steamboat i rvii afternoon that he had -.h-.t i y his stepfather, Thomas jr-. o- h jire emploj'ed on the canal K. now lying at, Pier 7. H i.vden tiionirht he had i-l w.in'cd to 'it sent, to the hos- Or M.nnin.- of the Chambers il rind no wound and ihai Hayden was suffering from -in. when haxi a r< v iver. He was locked up. Reunion of Abolitionists. 'N. ca-ll has been issued The of a Fireman Blown L'p Into Telegraph Wires. j EAST UK. j day afternoon tiie boiler of switcb en- aine of ihe Sr. Lniiis. Knnsas Cir.y and Colorado bursr. Engineer Barretr. and Fireman Donzht-nay killed. of tiie boiler hurled in all one secrion weiah-, inu: fully a t-on- being deposited 3u-J yards i The cause of the explotiou ia ai mystery. The body of the fir-'-man was biowa up into wirefi, tTfaJch H in two, falling i.nok the' bushes. A of loaded w-ere badly wrecked ami ;i iarire yard? away open by n piece of iron i poinids. The uoi.se of the1 explosion war- tn-iini fniiy a mile HTTJIV. Several rhe rre-.v of ihis engine! dest-rreii her because it was defrs-rive. It was then uiktn back to the shops aud re-' paired. i __ j Terrible Cnttine Affnvr. j Pa.. Sept. j ander Pickerr. I'l years. found 1 lying in ;i dyimr condiriun. ar, o'clock1 j yesu-nlav m-irninir. the Quarry hotel in Georgetown, He bad slashed all I j over the body with a sharp knife, and j across his abdomen was a sash from which prorrnded. The! ground near the spot indicated that ades-i had takun plan-. John] :or ;t riMinion of Abolitionists al Tremont Shannon, who seen with Pickett at a B-t-ron. Sept. next, the aani- late hour SaMiruay night, has arre-t, i of the issuing of rbe emancipation pi-ori.-inwrion by President Lincoln. The   K Harper of Tale, who has lately ;rom said, in reply to aether be intended to accept y ...f the new Bapti-t. iiniver- 40: "They are making cer- ions, but I am very happy i not thinking much of .join2 out I bop- to stay in. New Haven for Irinh Members of Parliament Coming, j LINCOLN. Neh.. Sept. Johu! Fitziiernld was the recipient the follow-i in i; from -secretary The Irish Xf? tiuna! relative r.o tiie vi.-ir. of j Irish memijers of purliaineLit. io tuLs cuun j try during the coining fali uini winter: I 1.1. t Hon. John Filzserald.  vas in command of the funeral barjre. and accepted tue body for convey 'irH-e ashore. The harbor was a mass of of all nations doiny i bouor to the dfiiii. The quays and the streets leading t-o tiie station were thronged with t eople, who uncovered j tru-ir heads and maintained a most re-! sp-utfu! T.Mlay t.he Bril tim ore's wii, i-iitertainetl at otH-.-ial ban-' qnets and recei'.'" hono.-- al tijt, r. presea: i  rpr. 15. 3'rs. .Sarnh Eustis. manau'erc-.s of the Ii.iLau theatre on j X..rth street, was hir a hammer on !i'St "y Mrs. Antonio jlrs. Daviro waa arrested. The tronbl arrjse the possession of t.he hHmm'e 51rs. D.-ivito's. daughter hart tbe hammer from her Imme and it in payment, of her admission fee. The mother followed ami demanded it in.m Mrs. Eustis. but the latter refused ro irive it up unless the 10-cent adiuisRion fee was paid. A row followed acd Mrs. Davir-o si-ized the hammer and dsalt the Eustis woman a terrible blow. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. Deter, ive Burk His Xeh.. S The Xearly H. a Nnrroir t. A special to rom attempt was made here early yesterday morning Det-- .1. who y in the notorious To Defraud the Ills.. Sept. IS. In the Uniied States court Saturday Eiiward Liu-hccld of Brooklyn, X. Y., "flled a bill for an order of injtuictiou aaainst the ex- ecutive board of the it. Louis. AlLon and Terrt Har.te railroad to restrain a trans- fer of the roai! by to the Cairo, Vin- cennes and Chicaso. Lirclideiil ie a heavy stockholder in the road and claims the alii-jitd tra-nsfer proposed was ,t mere shift, to ill-fraud the stockholders. He also charges mismanagement to the effect that the not earnings have been applied to in- dividual tise instead of the payment of dividends. Killed by His Stepson. TEBTIE HAUTE. Ind.. Sept. Thomas Burkhart was killed Fridsy ni-zht in a fisrht with his stepson. Harvey Strode. Bnrkhart had been to town and re- turning 1-ome intoxicated. When neur his home !i" and Strode nipt. Strode was lookitur for the old for beutiim his mother and brothers, and att- him witn a ciab. fracturing his ami kill- ing him instantly. Strode was arrested ami brought here Saturday night and jailed. A Roman 3Hnitjter Resi-rus; ROME, Sept. lo. Seismit-D.xla. minister of iinance. resigned. He wa.s recentiT ease in stopping here -onie time. Sntnr.lav clerk got him to take place ;n rffire while he went, on' of to snenj the niirbt. Shortly before ii c'-lock in the morning Burkes was passing through the whi-n he heard a pi.stol siiiit from the outside ami a; tin- same instant, a cahbn- biiilet crasiied throucrh the si window imd missed Burkes hy about two inches. Ir piisseii turoug'] the partition wall and struck ou the opjj-.siie side wall and re- bounded on the ii .or where it, w.is found later. The ran out iu lime to dimly see his assassin skulking down an alley. i 1 followed and fired four shots at, tiie but none took effect, and thr latter Burkes arrested Marx and riice in California last spring and ij.ein back here for trial for the murder f Henry .Johns, a brother-in-law ol Ramsimnrer. The brothers have since then made repeated Lhr'.J.at.s against the life. A Boy Accidentally Killi HImiwlf. Ind .Sept. 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon t.he 10-yenr-oId son of Er.irimer Cr-u-les I-k-nm of the Panhandle railroad, with a companion, rami; home frt'ii; Snii'lay school antl finding; a revolver in .1 Beam pointeii it. playfully at his companion. The latter begged him to de-ist. hut t he boy laiigiiinitly assured himtiiat it was not loaded, and con- vince him placed the revolver to his own throw.! and puii.-d the trigger. The weapon exrilotied. kiMijisr him instantly, the ball passing out at the base of the brain. In-id vis dr so sevi-r.-iv ,JUOM tjds that. th-- it hi- in The! of em in ihemat- hands of t fll! p.'ovle Arr-eriuaTi On We.hi I'rom t abin-: imitaiiotiB. Tbe eeaujne f by JOIIS C. WEST CO. Soia i.y MOXKOK'S I'liarmaey, Dnukirk, N. VT. Thri-e Killed by u Falling Trestle. WlLKEs BAllP.E, Pa., John t.l.-idy and Charles Demsteajl were M. wnrk repairing an iron trestle at i Duryea, nine miles from here, the structure i gave way. throwing the men to the ground, i a distance wf eijjhty feet, killing them in- i stajitiy. A Hungarian boy who was j ting on the ground underneath the trestle I killed. PH.. Stpt. -Mr. Janies Ert-niian. Mis- 11 a nil Iron and Pbiiiips drivinu; rhc ran a.'.vay. nvt-rrriritins thy throwinir r.o t-iie jrrountL were very seriously injured and Brenuau wiU -probably Uie. in Titnno. while an inquiry into the if der. The sin.aiimi is orderly, b.i: pirople are still uneasy. .......___ His ltrotlicr'4 NEW rVjir. The Times- j Victor TH.- deml Sat-u w j ni'jlii ijnar i'v a m.-ui named] ui--i ii-.-ii -hot. ar-i oiin-ii-d all ia this. local i; I ;--..t. The AliaCal- '-s il'e d 'inils of an extensive ran-acti. n -.vhic'i juit. Ijeea rectors of .Vijilo-V..-.- ,.la Assurance company. All the of the Xeva :a c'.mjr'ny ill1- Hocky iiioun- laius. th u MI transferri-1 ;o ill- Insurnnce coiupiiny of l-'rli: hu business and- All Mr. PHILAIIELPHIA. Sept 13. Lewis L Voimy. clerk u> t.he health officer, is n de- faultier to the amotiQt of I1T.IHXJ aud hits, A further esji.niinat.ion of his bo.iks may increase this It is th.-it Yoanij-'s relatives will make good the amount taken. lil-uljillv Murdered hy Miners. DUBLIN, :---ept. resident of Baiiinuitry named has Iweii brutahy mnrderet; by miners who were incensed iiei'.ause of his having given w evicted farmers with whom they had quarreled. XEW ii'i.ic. .Sept. K-T. i Wooster. of .-t.. iin'- cinircii. llrooMiyii, ii-is accepted the chair iu univer- sif.v at lii-iblcbeiu. j Strike Settled. FALL RIVEE, Mass.. Sept.. spin- ners' strike ar the Barnard mill is settled aud the men will resume work ro-duy, They have been oxut, aii weeks. A Sw.il.tr Assaulted. BOSTON. l.'j. Day. lirst- mate af the Ijjirk v. ;is arrest.'d chp.rgeil a iiinrd.Tons assault cm one of the bark's crew during the trip from Ro sa rio. Steamship Arrivals Yesterday. Sept. Vift, Auraniii and of R'J'U'J fro.n LTOUI Luudoii. Surrento Ha Sn-tK-I; liv ii.-... Scha Li-t-t- rnilroa'i snck i; a-id insiaa. son of Mr. S- ha wai.ron wm com u.i.l l.'j. Frederick was crossing t.he w by tin; D.-II- the liriver. Fre., Baker. an i two one the iili. seriously inja.-i.il. The letely der.iohnhcd. A Car Conpltr An.l'.-TA. Ga.. Sept. Jackson, a car coupler. with a horrible, r ii tra.n of cars at. iht- Georgia railroad freight yarii here. He hatl two car-, wiieii his foot, tripped aud ke fell beueaiMthe wheete and was raanglod al- most bjyona recognition. BLACK HOSIERY. All others fail but ours stand the test of truth and honesty so our customers tell. ERIE STORE. TABLE OIL CLOTH. Notwithstanding the.great advance in price of Oil ours remain at the lowest figures. ERIE STORE. Fine Batts only 9c. per roll. Best Stocking Yarn Munchaw'. Celobrmted Hair ll tate HAMSDKLI. A IFOXS Cassa.UiBa, N. Y. BnrlW -n-ishei- {i'i to liie biic in general, ami patrons :n rtarni-- il he purcbascil the Iiml.lin- B. H. Mull.-tt, 55" Kast street, ami Ims litlcii n up in 'iinl with the liclpnf Mr. H' v" Mun is pn-pnruii M tit, flrswians injr past, we solicit a >f ilie fuliire. fiefijectlulh- O. A.iiURBEE. AJJER1C.LS BLOCK. days anui iiene O iilnr. im-rl 390-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. M. e sortie of our BEST prices on blankets prices that have surprised and piea- sed the good people of Bof- I falo: i At a pair, good while 10-4 blankets. uhtitj.tr ones. aood whii, 11-4 blankets. At 10-4. blan- kets, spieiniiil value. 11-4. 00. white n-4 blankets, which we have r. sold at At So.00. while 11-4 ('alifoniia wool blankets of most excellant If you have a sewing machine or awn mower or any other machine to or cutlery to grind or a saw to iimrn you will do well to call on me. Bicyoles and tricycles repairing a spcc- aly. J. BERXHARD. Machinist. Zebra street near depot. Capita] scarlet, al] wool blankets at 00, Grey blankets extra value at very lieavr at Califor- nia wool at 4. -J.j. Genuine California white blan- kets from 10 to i. 00. Comfon.aliles fiora We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes' in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. 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