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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 17, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKTEK >T. T.. WEHXESFUY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1890. B REP R ESESTA TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. SEW MACSHKE lor rtlhn? A 'al; tiriiis oi -j tne latent tr. T> B. GITFOKD. 2R Z3 Central Ave Artisac PrioUiETSpuer see-! wiil lor except, for BOOK lav PT.J- pnetryr. So. second -jlreeL near 3ul- taio itreet, b'-duiirt S. T. Mai-.tilnes. M-'i Be. Pamphlets, etc., :xiar.-l ii- t -r-.t-. jrSmptX to. Ad work UBCHJLK-S; CBOCKEKY HorSE, ixeteiitr.il ATcaue. us-! re! dealer in an.: A HOTET. per.lay. and U-'l'T, 3Si ami L. iu UTT R.VKBBU SHOP _ ail'i A at. i Domestic but Should b. t Clu.ims Thu.t of Reciprocity i an Opportunity for Free Trade, j Recipraf IIy Safeguard of Protection. NEW Y' 5-pt. following is allti club of Boston to rut-ir baDquet iu October: i BAB HABEOR, Me.. Sept. 15. 1 Col. W. W. C'app, Editor Boston Journal iroda Moaton ud j FIlOM URQAB. -jae frfe aapeciile rftason i AN EXTENDED ARGUMENT IN FAVOR I NO MOBILITY OF JACKSON OF RECIPROCITY. lisneU and ifTOwiag, their poliey of free SUCCEEDING MR. BALFOUR. ________ I trade receives a most lerlorii blow. The I ______' Object of the Former's Ireland to .3Utijpate by the Potato Bli-ht and Crop Failure. The of in Feeble Ship Owners Federation Play a Lionble Game. LOXDOX. Sept. is no founda- tion whatever for rbe report that the of Mr. L. Jackson. M. P., to Ire- h.s -uc -eedJB.; to 3tiifi.-ur in the office of for Ireland. change in cubinet Ls li'reiv to be considered Lord Salisbury have rj-A of LaBorirbonle. ?i is ntt a capable man. bur is also -vht; r unite pieas- rii.s tiiue ol he wv.h husineSH. knocks aw-ay one of the strongest supports of ir> system. Tbe reciproc- i ity iw the safeguard of protection. The defeat of reciprocity- is the opportunity of i free trade. Yours very KILLED BY A STREET CAH. A Man MT favor i: ivr" V> no J. tr'Huzig horsea a s i> UNKIUK EVENING OBSEKVER. mt- lim DOKIKK EXiJXEEKJNG K-Ji-mer-y -wiU-w Jt of vuC DF. in.'. LtRZK HOTEL iv: 4 _; Ui- am in receipt of your ijkiax me if I can attend the annual j :er of r.ae Boot and Shoeolub of Bos- I i ucr-jber. You that the mem- a.-e "ia hearty sympathy with my j method of ex- j trpule, and would be me J regret i not permit, me cept the invitation, but you will ;--e Thank rhti club for rhe 1 pav me. I am idaxi to hear that the rn-aibers of the club are interested in rtciprocai trade with Latin ra. They can do (treat izoo.1 by I a certain of o'nu.ua. "ntertairjed ar. home as j ;a opinion which in she highest degree an- JEd hurtful to Xew England in- ew f'nsi.ind is to receive in the new if arupirist protection for her j :.-ui t: :rrtaT rvnd anil it wi'l. in be both inexpedient and j .r representatives; disre- .-3 which will promote weat- Lav- received 3, letter from Mr. .t' r. fjl a leading repre- I of rhe flour interests and pre-i- rhe late convr-niiun of miiJers at for the and I of thai irreat section. Mr. j bays That: Advices of recent date j rrorr. that the duties now col- i ;et'Ttrd on Arnericiiu tioiir are at a hUr.er rar e exciLidi-d from her i from One Car and is B-un OTer by Ajlother. Sept. car Xo. 12 of: Virginia belt line bound down i Main street toward F-ackawaaDa i de-pot last Bij-ht was boarde'l a.t the Iro- quois hotel by P. H. Brady, a traveling agent for li. Sidsnberg Co., fancy dry goorls deal'_-rs of New Yorx, who was on ins way to take the Lack_iwanna train fur Y'.rk. .'il-iastiie car re-ached tbo the- froiit door of the car. and for- ward, a-ked tbe driver to horsftd a ;ts oe wanted :o earch the train. 'vV'hat happened then no oce knows for certain, but Mr. was tbruwn i or fell off the car, fa' across! the up tracks of tne front of rbe Cold oar. bcfoi-e any over tbe unfortunate ma-i'-i he.ui. eruVu-' it. at the forehead so terribly that the bnims and blood apurt.ed all over the i Quinn and Rea.gan of the precinct, who were close by at the i tiiiitr, rnybed to rhe m.-in's An amor.laace was called and qukkiy or; j the and every: uouJ 10 save rhe man's life, out be died lieiore he reached the ho.spiral. Mr. Bratiy -.v.-is well known to tbe dry here, wns in ,1: many frier.iin vrht) knew' children liv.niTin New Yc.r'a. rhe "lie of PENNSYLVANIA- DEMOCRATS. .1 STEVM I i U.HE STEAM LAO'DBY. Our specialties: Fine Shirts. Cnh.irs. -ry. A '.enwr r.. Thir'i iT-, ol au'i n Fine JE .-hoes RKNRT WKII.E TnirtlsT. B.., by a Wj-h r WHST o-ia annually sell "n barrels  ud Su l H. VA> BtKt> Fire srs :n Sieoi E.---ire iin-i L-IH-IK. ISOVP.OK'H ilj Paper Pa.at Jti-_ J. W., vjenrtr street, anii -irtaJer ;n i.vtiars Trnnkfl.Whipti, IT c.asi Thud su-ect. i Ta.. nr. 5n-.i :t u. ineir u> call on. rae p-.irchiioin i, B. C-Uti" CO.. i streei. ttt biantL3 i'.jDe Ui o-i lie o near me rirti-iir. i.iie, feed Liv.-ry ?ubj -.irLi; or on AAl ,J. GtFFOEiD, :iuj Ctnrral O ir-inera- ari'l S-K T.c 75 Thirl REWARD se. v.'nen U is r-i it and promote '--a.-.y at, this very time rhr o-t irades. rbe of com- .iL-i the opinion in Havana ar- reciprocal trade with the I   ar bv nf rbi- fe-deration, who th- lorsul employers to terapor- w.--' fora affeetins all the ports, when rhe sbal! have conie oraraaizeL Rcspini Expired. SiiT-i'-.r one of the of Tl> Berne, where he is airiinsr. f-ilera.1 clemency for rhe of the recent revolt. He'isin a very frame of mind, and vows ihntiit-wrl; return to Ticino and person- rhe ruiwls nriless the federal government punishes them. Siafu his foilow-nj was not powerful gnonsh ro protect him froci overthrow and impris- tbr-ar indicates the unbal- anced a-U'ire of his mind. Tbe federal authonries are acting coollv and firmly. ,ind will doubtless to mainrain order in rhe disturbed can-on. Tiie troops .ire f.irbiiMen ro disease poiirics with the dr-zer.s. ani! are thor-.tighiT im- partial. An imponant arrest of counterfeiter? ha.- made ar. Ewhweire, PIT.SSJT. and tbe -he are now on trial. Thirry-firi- rh'.i-sand counterfeit coias. an.l a laree rv-an-iry of forced and have been di-ii.-overs-d. f of the rritniiials es- capi-1 iiri---t. The trial of the prisoners will proimbly a Mr. Knloe's Kesolution Censnriny: Mr. j Kennedy tile in the House. Sept. senate yes- tiT'lay niopted rhe conference report on i the railroad la-id forfeiture bill; passed the house aari-iottery i.-ili w-.thoni atueud- ment an i also the house timber i-nlnire The spent of i he day 'iiscuss- irii; Mr. Eiilue'-i resoi'vii-.ii llr. speecu np.'n Senator 4'iay, The niaiti-r wa.s iin-'iiiy of ijy r.ue ,-ui- pritin of a re-f ;Ti.tri orTeretl by .Mr. re''erring the '.vbf.ie subject for la and repnrr. ASLEEP ON THE TRACK. Three Killpil ;tc on the Pennsylvania Road. cars iv.tre demolished and a bail wreck was made by a collision between twr, freight, trains on the Pennsylvania rail- road at Tannery Creek yesterday m--'ru- i'lie collision i'-aa-ed hv Fire- man Tupnen. was d.rvn to nai: the first train, failing on the track. He WHS run over and A tramp stealing a ride was A fe-.v hours liu-tr The vf another freisht train two fell -isieep OQ rue rentier and fe.l ujj'ier the wheels and WLL- cut. to pieces.. Tf> Affiliate With the :.7. The. fhijxjwners' erarion has a ileleirarlon. rspre- cuptains ami other niScers. that rhe will affiliate irirh rbe Officer-' The officers i u f. .-rmeii rhe o-w-ners tiiar rhe seumea were pressing rheni ro jr.i'n :iv; >-.-anii--n's union, and le.-s t" fedi-raiir.n and fiilir by it tiO euibraA.-e the orber alternative. ey won.'d ccnnpeileii Shot in Hix Private Rooms. It. is learned rhar O'Uii'.-iUor H.-si of thp lace Conservative or Ticin-j. wiio murriered durins.' r.he revolr. -.va.- -hor, in hLs private ronms at tbe palace. An Apprr S- A WEALTHY DOCTOR'S SUICIDE. His MiTMi Thought to he ITnbal- aiirfii from Anxiety and Overwork. BLI-T.X. D- E. Ferris, a weal.ny com mitt.ed iiner srr.-et. bis oiUcH in 'i i.'.-i wife and ririldrv whiiT. It-' only liirji. -i oiiTj .JOiiS G. r i C'J. y- Mosiuiy'S Y. by a Kull. STRACTSE, N. Y., 17 B. Oratisron. one, of the larirt-st. of Ayrshire." ar the state fair, yesteni.-iy into the. -rail OL-cupieu' or 7 year-t..ld bull Emperor to adjust ;iic blanket. Dur- ing the niabr tie itaii w.rk-ucis nose chain loose aiuj .-is -tjtere'L the stiil! be him the tim- bers of the stall, i hen he Air. Ormi.-ti'n over hi- ti.n-e Mr. Orniistori's lefr ietr. bet w The knee and the hip, -vas ripped opeij eiiibt inches. A physician dresstrvi the sail Mr. Onuiston was taken to his in the afternooa. ________________ The President frjlll CRESSOS. Pa., Sept. prasident's mail w.is very ligh'- >fo offi- cial business of importance vtat trans- j acted This mortdug the president will receive the Grand Army of the Republic P' -rs from Tyrone. From iufonnatkm recL-ived it would appear might get ready to p irr next week. the He came to accompanied by bis n. lit) remniiipd in the w..-Tjr tip stairs. H- :iad eS: in ills -r. :i in 'Le rr is ir- oid an': -r   be due on waier receipts to ;he B.-idee company. which water, is not The hnii-i fear they will have a water 1'r... company claims fc. -vir'i.-ii be forthcoming at ciict- -r.-ps. This, of coarse, -i- supply and in art way th- False Pretenses. _ Ki'ST'iN. >-pt. S. Drew, the dry -rho failed recently, was y nl..- charged with obtainina ol f rom Bostcn btjainaaa ht.tu-si s uiider faise or' MB. RAILLERY. H> Roars of Lanshter u BuAlnesrt Receptioo io SYRACTSE. X. Y.. Sept. than 300 of the best-known citizens of responded last evening to the invi-ati on from the Business Men> ion and Exchange to attend an inf'jrtnHi reception to the managers of the New York Agricuiuiral society and meet Dr. C'ua-ua- cey Depew at the Leiaud hotel An address of welcome was delivered by E. Powell in behalf nf the business men of rhe city. President Wood re- spondwi for the State Aericulmral society referring in the coarse of his remark? to! the'fai-t that Dr. Depew. in delivering annual orariou at the fair, ha-i oniv been I following the of wh i Daniel Webster. Henry Clay. i Everett, aan rhe ti-r.orian Er.-incroft. and also making the now-rcraoiten arcun-Lsfaaee that rhe fair the ausjjices of the State society, as u.iw or- eaciied. was held in this dry fifty years! Mr. Depew's speech the srwu cure of evening. Ihe occiisioa findiae him HI his Lapses; he made aji-rry with Jlr. six-akin- i ofhiiiia.-; a man wiioue chiid-'ik'e. cred- inaoci-tice .leii-'h-fnl and saying tL.tr at roi. Cha'se'., Dlght.. when "-jtra dry" passing the of rbe state I fair ruriieii tohimariti i cey. this tastes exacriy :ike cider. Is that wujit it Tue doctor j went on to say that he always bketi to come to Syracuse because his re- called the liars of his classic unuiirs. He had been ir.rroduceil to from Ovid, from from from Pompey. fmni C'rimfilas. Mar- cellns. etc.. and remind.-d hiin of riau-s when he was rluszg-ed kaowitjg lireek and Latin than his i teacher thought he V, know. The doc'...r related mid roarsof iaushrer i an incident rbat occurred diiriui his speech at the fair grounds in the after- noon. It was just after he haul quoted j Senator as saylr._: to Ins at i Windsor farm. may rake eiT her milk I or champagne. They me ju.-t the shme." as The wfrr'is i-.-fr hii-in't'ra an old farmer 'hrinuci'v. '.vSjji'ii did you -AS a po-.-mle caiitii.iat- at all times." said Mr. -for the suffrages i-.f my feilovf wbr. have divers view on rbe 1 f.-iiied to henr Mr. Depe-.v rertirns to New York to-day. STATE FARMERS' LEAGUE. THE WORLD OF SPORTS. OPENING OF THE GRAND CIRCUIT RACES AT PHILADELPHIA. A Drizzling a on the Day's AUe latvrteru With a of Biuwball Earn.. on a Heavy Track. Bros." Eon and Whin the Eich Oriental Handicap at PHILADELPHIA. Sept trotting ravfs of the strand circnit meeting opened here yesterday. A drizzling rain was fall- ing. bur rhe Track was in fair condition. The artentiniH-e WIL, somewhat affected by the weather. Three events were on the procram, but tie trot was postponed until to-day. class, pacing parse Orphan Hoy................ 4111 Treasur.......................1333 Dand (.'opperfleld..... a 2 .........................3 5 4 4 a 4 Sar vv ...................5 6 dr irnninu: purse SL'KJti- 1 I 3 I r......... ..........i i 3 i 3 3 W ..................4 74512 2 3 4 ro I F ilSW, THE BASEBALL FIELD. A Convention Called for Hie Purpose nf Forming n OrEtantziuion. j STIIA' X. Y.. Sept. conven-) rion cailwl for rhe purpose of a TH--.V stare farmer-' in of the oiti ieagr.e vra- hefe Te-'.-nitiv. AibafiV. Brnome. Cayuja. 1. ('he- nango. Oneiiia.. Rensseiaer. Si'-h-i'ru-r St. Lawrence beinii rhe tinlv counties rer- resenre-i. Tiie organization wfi.s per- TLe tiei.-iTires present from other conn- ties tiieir prtw-.-r ro rake lieflair-e in rhe matter, eounue.s renre- sea-ed be a.sked lc> act dunng The convent.ioa. rind overtures were made to and fro. but. without resnir. i PlayarV At n_ a> r_ Chifann 1 l" 5 4 373 Bartson and Boris: and The .naer jramcs were pogrponed: rain. National A: H w a Scwtun 1 Ernoniyn 44201200 H S and Hurdle; LOTL-I; and Daly. AT Cleveiaa.i- R. H. t n 4 n 0 4 4 1 PnTHfourjr (i 0 j 0_ 3 j Oamt- '-ailefl: rH.in. and Zitmner: Anderson and At R H E i o i i i a o a 1-5 a i Cini-ianaii 0 1 n g o S 0 n fl j i) Hirr-hlnson and Kinredae: Mnl- lane itn-1 At N.'w Tori; -New T'lrk-Philaclelphia game postponed: niin. American At Rociester- R. K. P. i-r 1 OOainn-1 3 Srra.-iiM' 1 0 0 0 n 1 7 n fa: rnln. Miller and MeK-mieh: CliKey and f'.lz. At n. a. B AtLletk- 1 a 0 0 d 0 4 Raiiimiir? i (i 0 n ]_ m A: R.H. E. t i.himi.v.s. .1 (i 0 n ,1 n o- i i n Loni- n a n n o 11 u n_ n j Bat .Tii Chamberlain ,'ind i 'onn.jr: Hart, ii n n a i n a 3 3 a j .1 n .1 2 2 .1 ._ s 7 j and Stratlon and Ryan. _ a. n. E. T.Mt-.o.........o o (j n n D li n l ii (i ,1 4 .a 13 0 iiwr; Sasc: Ehret and ATTEMPTED SUICIDE TWICE. ANDY BOWEN KNOCKED OUT. A Tomn: Found on the of' in :i Dyinii Cnndit.jon. Sept. 17. i_n-! in the street.- Monday ni_-iir froai an overciose of lanil.-mur.i. rise PennsyiTania h'i-pit.al ph.-sitians i -nvi'ti her after tivo hours" -ivork The -riio is IS yenr- j i; pretty, inteihirent. iHuyhsc and I ij-r uame Ann.e Thorn, am; h-r hotr.t- -vva he alleviate The v that iiad :n- i ;HH and that her conraize 'ailed j hnti He TTIuppeii Ijr Jimmy Carroll in Twenty-One Ronniis. N'E'T OTU.EAXS. great Ami- Bowen of N'cw Orleans ami Jimmy 'Carroll of X'inhicnpi.in. -vas last a.t, -he ntyrapio Athietic el ah rooms. About. people present, they pai.! an fee of and i he Sahr -.vas for a pv.rse of sa.oon. to winner and t.o t.'ne Bowen was knv.-kei; uiit in the Tue time iUe light was oue h-'-ur and twenty-tour STREET RAILWAY ASSOCIATION. Animal Convention ai, tion of j X. Y.. S-pr. 17. annual j .-oTi-.iT.tr-iTj ...f the Xew York >rate Rjiiht.-'y m.-r here yesien I i he opeiMnj a.l'i.-ess. H't COTI- ;at.-ii the un the Hncc-es> of eon. they and ac- in treat usetit from the -iate -jMcers were Dau; -i F. PI vice John X. Ri vir-e John NV-v r W. .7. Riuhard.soii. jokirn: tee. -John X. Partri f3.rooK.lv-n: '..'harlep Troy, and Wyman. iNu-w Vnrk. F.iirnivl Out Her O.. Sept. tion here from Mictio is -o the effeet that Mrs. William threw m-.n-a-into her thr-ru oat. The FJypr-i at races resulted mile: Volunteer II first. Bobby Beach secon.i. Ballarat. third: time, Seeond 1 1-16 miles: first. >nd. Miss Belle third: time. Third race, the Prospect, stakes. Ji mile: -eeond. Homer third: time. 1 :i 7 Fonrtii ra.'e. rhe Oriental handicap, miies: Eanis Eon second. Ca-stawaY II third: iW-i. Fifth race, rui.u: Kirkover first. Ella T wc'oad. Latina i.nrd: nine. Sixth riici-. ;H iiiiie: Tictress tilly first, Benjamin John if third: time. Se-renth race. 1 1-18 miles: Kempland first. Glenni'.iiml second. Hocksey third: time. nices here yesterday resulted as follows: Fir-t race. -2 mile: Response flrst, Lum second. thir'l: time. rtice. n.ile: ftet. Ori- ental second. Mnnd H third: litp.e: Third race. 1 mile: H first. Geuc .veil second. Walton third: time. Fourth mil-; Xina. Archer first. R.Tger "econii. Ko.'.in t-irw. Fifth rate. Tom Rotrt-r, 3rst. Phii.jra secoDU. r.Jiirdi rime. rac.-. i ...iii-.-: Fonso nrsr, Hupeful sec-.: C i.hirii: time Th" T.i.-k Xirv V :7. -Th- 'sejilth i ii-- tid rerorteti Th- heiil.a tUtrreupiiT; .llca.e1: .et.era. cen.-t.is VV.LR lilac- '-'Ira, '.liu iii ..i. i, tuicti i'.-i .e T.SU- is f-.r the 'mir'--ni of vital i'Le ai.ivor Was .jr.hor .ceil ro muk.'- a cuiu'''leie enuaiera- .luti. K-iK-en at, t hiraifo. CHICAGO. 17. -ux.i ra- Sillted as First. rlrst. f'allie second. Ida v. Second raj--. piyik aecQud. Fre-; Third i Ire- land Fonrui race. 1 mi.i-: Bin" Piokurtim flrst. Lcla May second. mini; time. 54 milt-: Crai! C ui.-r 5rat, riarani'-.oure second. Good Day third: time, Train Wrev.-ki-i> TnoT, N. Y.. St-pf. tin- prisoners iiupii- .5 ia tb- e- .t ;a Castle- ion. Mth i '''e have luat.'-i, 't i-- :r-irr.e'i. ;i re.i.ii.ie. source, ci.'rif.-ssit.jn-, will secure in.- -J ictmsais and convictions. Tile Trial of Lynch. is. Y.. .-rem.. trial of ex-Det.ective .1 iai tbe shooting o! Thomas his wife liLst spring: was yesterday. The jury was completed aad District At> torn.ey Beaton made hta opeming argument for the people. Liberal discounts given on articles for fairs and church en- tertainments. Committees on above matters are re- quested to call and examine our variety. A long list of choice and fresh bargains are be-ins prepared for Friday and Saturday, September 10th and 20th. Watch for them in Thursday's issue of the OB- SERVER, in this space. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Celebrated Batr BMtorer M cure balduess JolliDR ol the hair, dandruff, keeps the hair Its original coior. Su acid or dye. Price 50 centt a bottle. Bnv it soil try it; (satisfaction gnaranteed, or money refnndeti IW. A. MrscHAW, Sole Manolacnirer, ________ .ri5 EMI Thin! street. ?vy STOOD AE.T A CO., Patent Attorneys, 815 7ih St., D. C., opn. U. S. Patent Of- tice. Patents, Caveats and secnreit Trade Marks registered. AJ1 Patent boainaus Jor mmierate Fees. Information, Advice ami special references sent on reijue6t_ AM HOtTR made liy lire Vgen L'V f-elliuir "Our Native Herbs." i tiars'trennnt'ia lor Si.lKL Every box gua anieed. JTor further parurularw midruss, general istaie SAjdSDKLL ,u Agcnte, Caasiulajra, N. Y.' Buriiee wishes to" ixj the IJubbf. in general, ami in pjin.ii-- lhai lie has purchased the ImiUtjng for- merly iHM-upieii by B. H. MulleO, 55" East rinnl street, ami has it up in nrst-claas "Pier, ami with die help nj Mr. W. A. Mun- ;-lunv, is prepared ui Sr.st-.-lass bHrberinij. Thanking fur past we solicit a -Bare ot the future. BCfpectluilv A. iJliEBEE. AXKRICAX BLOCK. If you have a sewing machine or lawn mower or any other machine to repair or cutlery to grind or a saw to gumm you will do well to call on me. Bicycles and tricycles repairing a spec- ialty. J. BEKXDABD, Machinist. Zebra street near depot. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain andlight-colored tops, band and machine sewed. We Plush sacques. lianjie of prices from to A ieiler at this we take to be a most popular price, and we offer garments worth several dollars more. They are of excellent quality plush. The ornaments an; genuine seal. The lining is goo'i s.atin. Length. -4-2 inches. Sizes in bust 32 inches TO inches. Mark vou 25 never bought such a fore. carry a complete line of TLETON'S Fine Slices. If you 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, in broad, medium or narrow toe, ia the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street DID YOU EVER MonMabel of your favorite baking powder to see if all the iagrcdiexits are published? Ammonia, a. substance mjnrions to health, is an adulterant at some high- priced baking powders adrertised and generally believed to be "ataotateiy pure." Cheap, prise, and gift powders contain alum, terraalba, 91 as Hooidceepen who desire pure mnd wholesome food shonH refeae to baj ANY baking powder, no nutter what :G reputation, ail the ingredients are franidy made known, For many years all the ingredients used in Clerdand's Superior Baking Powder bare been pnhliAH on enry label, and the analysis as stated Ten- Sed by Official Reports, tne highert testimony hi the land. CLEVELMO BMUM PQWOCI CO, U 11 ft 13 FULTM STKCT. RCW YMK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. We quote sortie of our BEST pnces on blankets prices that have surprised and plea- sed the good people of Buf- falo: At 81.25 a pair, good white 10-4 blankets. We have cheaper ones. At good whiip 11-4 blankets. At 35. soft woolly I'i-t blan- kets, splendid value. Same 11-4 white 11-4 hlaakcta, which we have rearularlv at At white 11-4 CaJifornia wool blankets of most esrce-Hant quality. Capital scarlet all wool KM- blankets at Grey blankets extra value at very heavy at 75. CaJifor- nia wool at 4.25. ttenuine California white blan- kets from to S-JO. Coml'ortables from 73o. to Dreas recommend our Urn; r.o cent fa- brics. All thii new ami stripes, fancy weavta an.l plaia fa brics ia ail the new colors. Send for samples. At 25c. and we good value. New Fall styles ready ia de- partments. Xew Carpets. Rags aad Draperies. AJCEBICA-t BLOCK, 396-402 MJLIN STREET, ____ BUFFALO, N. T. C.C. PEN FOLD Mannf acturer and Importer, KADI ST, BITTTAiO, 9. T. DKALKH or Watches and Jewelry, etc 4 SIL ree PLA TIS OF A CUStTLETE Sf-4 M..VIN STREET, BTTVFA.LO. X. Y. Carl Schauer, 59 East Third St., Has received hi  Ovt-rc-oats, Suits and Trousers in the la- test guarantee a fit. He invites people to come in and examine his stock and prices before going elsewhere. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures   

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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
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