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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y.. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11, REPRESENTATIVE .USINJESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. XACHEfK tar nllnz ill kinaa of blanks u che latestaadition tn Mw humrjU Department ot Dunkirk Printing Company yst and 225 Central Aye ArtL-uc Pbotofrapber lastanlaneonM pns of Babies spec.aitv n >t wait for wnnhtne except for   onii n t teni'cu lo All worn CUOCKERT HOUSE. 303 Centra. i venue. an i retail lealttr in l_r poruM au hlna GlosdWure An. MOTKL, (1 per lay iu l Btianln TUtbiL in u t Cromwel antl UuuVirk jMir'ci t d Dresd On in ail it vline f irn 4Ot- iDfc ami try gouda honaeb in rk DK Uea er W4 anil LHHI l tity. i fctlE HU4.fc.JL u Mi TJe i. h, utv ui ail id an I i ftu Luui J Murpdy, Cl fl aa< fine arm lure. i l L p tu nkr CO., JU1 Cenural AHKU STEAM HKATlMi CO., nutaclurerao-r SaniUiry Pl Fine abirto, 1O  u ilmt LI OIJ >i uverv acacnptrun an t JOIJ P Prmuug- Company ni IU h, aeoonti JH. BURKN J? ir Accident aim iimuracoK era ia Kauue and Luuna Fa paid to tne cire of prupert; ag mots Ac- iiy center 3U, ind iluur Uu il JUO Aveaue rs fur Wall -fapur l'4-nt Oila J. JOB street, itaa uiac turer and dealer m liarjieas. Sati t ca Undies, Collars, Trunks, W hi pa, Uoifalo itobes Ulfrae OOVPTV Izloves Mtnendamialeixh ttob 9 17 Kaat Third d ere LI, oottbte Tailor. -nil dn tocrr advantage u callun tne beiuia purch aiaewhere. i> XT B. CAKX A CO., laun street. oil Llotua, Wore. A ty .Iliama Pa. n tan i UUJVO. such as luilgcrs, m i kioiUo bta.nfca dace at ounkiri. fnauuij d an t 10 aetxind at. Cor Thirtl autt BniToio in MarUle, r ng ui alone CaiJ m me buy u. 70 ur aide- vraik, K and V ojiat Front ttinkv, Wines, Liqaur8tore ior KOBtKT HcK VV Liou street, near the kpuL. Siiie, t -etl o.nd Liter% bv Lie tiuy or ween ou rcaa WJ Centra Ave. lusuraact, ami itt-ii iLo fire I ile, Aeticient, an L.ITC at I." 73 b. iUiril ilmi 3 iiufceu Menu, Uusl a Po i sa.t ieo o Biero Vtr %-TCUJKS, Ba> bicAurum frank r SUlpl a.ir ja apecia t fz P L W Jlttrcuaiii. TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE. There is no better place to get the nufcjt and rarest roses alirubs, fruit aud trees Dulcli bulbs flower for jour conservatory etc ih-ui al Tu F LK> 3, Eagle ati ecu near Seventh. SoOO REvVARD. Wfc, will pay Uie n: fur a. y ot l HtKwUrfat cure sritto West's Vegetable Liver L ti lail ar bi ueotA. Beware >f MJ lot. in _ MONXOE'S Pliannacj, Uuukirk, N Y A SAD AFFLICTION. CHIEF JUSTICE MILLER STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS. Thm Eminent StnMk Down 1m Wiuhluctun Within Hundred Tmrdi IX pert Bin Condition In Eitremely Dau.i and for BctoveM Entertained. WA Oct jffe-The Hon Sumnel F V e nior jnMiee of tjie Un I i v prejje court, wis stricken vrith urnlvuis about i Mo clock vesterday aftcrn'x n waking on the ctreec i his i )iidition is vcrv Justice Mill r is n-rnrning from the Tapitol and hid j s u i-i ted from a street carat 1- u u hen he tfrit exp ni ni e i a nn iiui ss i kft side He was within his lenee aad realising TOO MUCH RAIN. Jr. Trim SAJCTTKJL f nn m i end< HV irrd to re ich it bv q i k n h DH c F s ft 1  1 h i i 'i a n in of d rn nan in w i 11 elf rt alti-m ted tn draj h i He perhapn n i, Lue 1 t nt th l point hi had to cross ist 11 i ar truck paved w i h t ohhle st nis r on rhese he stnml led ree'el an 1 a m -r 11 He rwovcred hiniMlf 1 we i- I sM nn, r ire ipproiich iri-T n si i tsn( put forth an o'hr- T lei h his d now ml', -T le left 11 le para H 1 fl r ip n h f IP nhich it t t 1 the sf )n s ii h t m- us nr hul dtHHl BMmt Molnture Effort en Cntton WAsHiwrosr, Oct ll Oc ober re- tnrns of the department of auriculni-p r port a maternal decline in cotton and a fall in general percentage from y> S to 80. largest dntenoration has been ID. Tenneswe M'sniMippi Ananias ;ird Louisiana the fertile and prod u i in boo- torn land- of thi bwppi val ev The cause IB too mncii rain conned wta lark of snnsli na and rei'ue-cd temperature opening, causes immature bolls to d-on ai d full grown ones to rot and induces, sprouting of the i T IIP cause dlicolom th? open cot- ton near ground diw hai gea he to inngmaucrof t. ie bolls stai n ig the hb p. i I value o' the c op Till be s imcwhat relmMby iinrolnritn 1 he ei- pe- in us of tha ein" ,un m w e nrst r 1 i eil IjvearU later mor 31 n usly bv more or ess con inuous u from Nor h Carol na to n lent In tup more southern d there ia i tnplunt Oi he b i' wo m wuh 1 ii 11 of the 11 ir The ess of f tic dpi when per- m tcml ipol'td i-, eminently attested. THE PRESIDENTS TRIP. KANSAS EXTENDS A CORDIAL WEL- COME TO HARRISON li Greeted With Cbxam All Along L UH Xacalfictmt Flmsl trom the gchval Chilflrea Prn.1- ilrnt an of In ArriTal in City TUPEK v Kan. Oct The president wis at Atrhwa bv the mavor of he v Mr Winner gr at icud b id u irLered. m the lailro eliter i.-, the n rue trirK U e ir-p tn ln 'ID '1 de t c ir 11 w s in M u d i n of t le ail nt welcome own b I i I n >wl 1 c 1 i w 1 iced to -n bv f 'nef T re tiorton. l j n a -el sen re- i m-. XT uuie foi we rome t mm n -i e t nen mri o ed re t j THE COLOR LINE NOT AN ISSUE Tim Trouble an the and Teijw Centra! Rnad let Get P 2 and i lef of the P-rherhood of L, ro- morn" tinmen E, m i- i r of the B )i T oo 1 of ly 1111 inn n I W Martin fint i i lef rondniMoi i id F L ney in ni ester of the cfaineu !Ma ua.1 v i ition as of the J i i eniL (i uneil il t j Fcieration of Rail t I i IOJPS. met elhuisdaj to dli- iss i i s in conne ion witli tlie 5 nk ins e imilojin tit on tlie H MS( entrfil-ainoidof Mteh the Mi Jl mar s n iin n 1 -u 111 n -it n in md n injicd n rhf trim i it e'lool e th- p esi tf la ninr nesi i at the for mee te 1 ter r H Vt pc SH i nr H d n Cf h n Thi pr Th 1 r i nn started ii z (i wl tomp wesmwainnjj was re- FI im 11 ev mtri duced P l 1 1 1 lit! t 1 i nsult ition with Rei eiver Dilhi g atisfut 01 y menc was H an 1 li 1 II H 11 1 O 1 111 n, t th t ......_ i ai ur i f ir His fattier Iiui isien e t md it times had hul pr in t ns h s npi achin_ "ate 1 i f 11 t i it I h s at. i he h stroke len s m 1 e i ii i his fith r s life m be -itri 1 i M r 1 ir tn come 1 t! i i, mt, tjjt fr i 's ro lei 'n i 1 nie ncjiiirmj 1st it x' i] r s n ion Jus i Vu r is t n, m Richmond V nl I' In si_ ae w ap p rnu-1 ass 11 ite jusi ce of thii L mted a ai< hour 1 u.t n jhr Justice Mil ler pn icia rtpoi PI s il 11 n n f ars for hi'J M M Vt this h nr T istice ler i- a U p No chants Ls apparent r eleu. ition (oni lnde 1 tbev roul I not mil in (0101 in i i is le >o tn it mat- tf r i 1 j pin li e en roii i fi r its p i re n-tales .1 men who sti ativ on u eoi i r of the ti m 1 so Ih it ai utt i m jus w ie i w bet i-e be y ird ortiiteQ str ick Ihii n is the firs! time the question o' w m t in en t i -ist on the n toi ni il it d h f 11 power Ihe men me for tr f u-, an 1 ornpaii} LS pliy ot h 1 ee is s t ing i _ame of bluff FiRE ON A Ij-K- STEAMER Flames Create a P in f 1 1 OoiliI Dr'M r Oct i V ed on I an. n i 1 tile r u pi e was -t 1 ur I burs m M In bis IN oiiri t in THE HANDS OF A RECEIVER Iin iier Remori for Port Huron uitb I i senders n bo ird dis 1 un i re when Till s fioni s-t j 1 n Hi he p issi n ers were all 1 iven to i t iein.b% rt lines L i sin be In w i> fooiilit i letf c u il tl e w u iu 11" tu. K ssi L inie il ind p ur d w iter mto ue iiol 1 su t a fi n s Vftei i i i nation "VVLS found ih t ihi hoi 1 v uninjure an t'la pi it Mm th p u- en_i i turnel to tro t t i essie t i -1! i inneri ed the ir experience t c u i i e on the tte- Ilil 1 L CHAMBEKS FEASER, TAILORS. No. 6, German Ins. B fg. N. Y. (It rni> i tnill tnupulis ur It Him f icturin? (ttnipinv Got s is vii l s Oe! he Inihanap ir M 11 uf couip m> w is 1 hi h in Is >t i n c i er vester lay pi tin n if 7i 1m ooihees pui-rhas n tue uii[ i Hit petition the im s ns having ie inioiin oi a out OKI and ium He-ivsalsi that is ne been 1 pi to r 11 and JlflO 000 of ?t-n 'W i 1 i H" li ir i n >1 'i l in pi c imposed of C lief or 1 and haa his i itv for j e "Mr a lure was precipi >f be fin ore I um i> ntoKa. Tenn and ie M itihtw Fenning i res -Vn nipt wtll t 11 r o t e workd and retain the soo enipl es, if possiole of Running Horses. w Yen x Ot t ilbaum e f rum or es were seild 11 he ek i "M irns p rk J air SH r of the 'v mi d In Falsetto Kitie CreeL nn L iildeu Blue Rock by T t o iel E irratk (130 Brad i Uei_urv or -i ia_s OJ5 fetrut- n C m Brvant Brns- uili taller VT Delany 1 uy Ttmpauum Creda, >1 'flo lauuine by Iro r r V idden SI -rfX) Gray Tin ia. H W Barrack, t n >j Mask TinuerelK J R mcoca-s b> Irfiquois- i it Oma B by '-r s. J shields 400 I H 5110 It- I i I i h O u i iu n 11 I I nt I Or 4 R. Madden a, hy Unondaga- erd Ai i Pin m_ uj IK_ o f T IM a H ltBK -x. M- n Oct. 11 11! 11 he Inbune says j. u elt> k niorn- e un lei.i hoiel barn. r i pressure thp hreoien n t'l- fire spreui to 1 vh il I iel nix the 1 T s u) MI m Tail bn'w has its preferemes as well ind 'he taste of Dr Bulls Babj bjrup renders it acceptable to every nfant Price 35 cents It ia a mean thing to be suffering from catarrh still many people go on tortur- nt' themselves, when they might nnd almost instant relief by i sing Old Saul's THE WEEKLY PAYMENT QUESTION Juiljje Oct 11 h bfe me tor lire in 11 h, >ub p i r il Tprm t irnev (renenl I i tr ws m inn ipahtu s ut nun eipal e n t Ul w uld bi u i is on is nan ie 1 ise which will be il term at Riiches- i-e on il in I or HI Of B iffllo i en n d mutt I >i in e f o e i let ir In mln s d j the case h ul oi, ntcd lo the i ourt Mil 1 il m 1 -h 'e w il I n t VT cr th t tin question pli M snh iu 1 IP r i i sci k 1 TI h in n he ssubni ru 1 lo the i tcr i d John 1 ilf o the attorn i on ouiispl v o r i II i l 1 h tt hi n i O Ul r r I ls( 11 1 _r 1 ANCIEMT ORDER Oc i r -Howl tha 1 hoi id say lai j 1 ail 1 el fi 1 e ig Ih ildieu heiicujie aud pie- sen c 1 ba. kets jf loweis arranged m the nanonal coois Ihe president stooped in k sspii the hrtle girl who presented I 'lie How rs to h m white the crowd cheerM v CI'TOII v retarj Tracy I mtioil ipil-ind he e rrw i jave thres >r h ni md th 11 three mire for I ben i ir 1 ejri a at. ihe train niuveii awaj I -i-t S 11 ej i il i nere was a crowd of fi ners he ml th i ht; would not Tttcmp oiiik- .n" speih fur nor thin-o 11 th m for their generous wn ch put him un stro oi i ns tii in e <-r  n 111 t) LOI suit ihe nti-r sis j u, i e to do ti it hi i -cc ned t j oe 11 promot of the put 1 r, i V ba k t of h i ft apples was h mded to tiiepitsid iicb5 Mil Maxwell a farmer 003 tiom Mmon county, Indiana, (the pr su e i s con l lien Hmiies r b 4 membei of (jen loirnseiui s stiff col ed n the presi di-ur and ;inseutel him an imiianjn 10 Msit the u antiv and ilry ahoot at t i enw i th I pr s de it r gr r that the im'i ill wei' him wi ul 1 tppjtind i Ins tiam a rn d it i it JO the ram h id ILSI i md the sun w is nmt; but tie skis wee till on h md turciteu iriL The n si tut went mt on the nl it firm aril b 1 u knun eeUemen of the ni ption lucr n't 1 h m bi rhe Uirjre L own Th s is last in ule lie fon he u r il I ihe ti im at 1 ipeka. Ih prpsui n am Mj a ia J04Q and i et b t r I i_a Is and iev eril th r i ti i_rui-hi i I'epi s, nrlifr his eir under escort of ricrliimphrcs and t ion. his wth he in in open diawn sorr-1 s Tlie com panj mil tia for-ne 1 >efore an 1 jehind tin piesi'ents andprpeedel by baud of nftv three on ea tne pio esHion siarrtd up irtth street the presi 1, nt s throiurh the st-ee s of 1 w is tUgh isiiestlea m. cenel He va.se! e i eont nu-lllv a ont Iheine beeond onlj to the ovation given to the preside it mis the -eceptiun accord ed tt i Irjrilt, He was by the leeims fr m "he beginning to the end of i u m in h to the state house -Vmv inn it the state house the earn uei f the presi e ts partx weie orawn up m line ah u.r leuth street to review the fande 1 he president stood up hat m h md and bow PI to the pass nroces ion. Iheie weie mlh yw-eterans in line aud following them were b (UO cl il Inn iearmj fl uja and banner, Ihe riMti bejin it n oclo k anl it was x In u the 1 lat of he e 11 Id en passed in re nw Ihe prpsic'ir-i he i neitothe Copelind house where lllnehton ervi i is ief ire lunch et Representative 1! im Warner of itv mtro- luei 1 rhe preiiint to the al menbrs if the iv insas ty Busini Men s essii int on who had conic tr TO- RI kat) niter un i> tcr as his eseoit, to itirc Luni heon was sen ed at 115 I Ih ri weie veuti en ers and it was J 15 oelirkwh n hepii-si enr The pres- denr an 1 hih nr v tl en w nt stair" waerc he pr-s dent, m euer7 tlie members of IILS ild brigade n d leaniiiR tituens of T xki The p im wus then Iriven to th fu _ioun i- w me tie president ad ]u, 11 m the fair ffro l 's tbe it n el- xen back to theri'r I "i un n in i at I-tj o eio k the p i s t] aui ett 1 pcka for l i 1 ts 11-ne i in K PS is f tr a ,5 i i en rm >ii" rn MI ti ed mi- t e e Co i u se t e l 11 ii i we e md ti the te i i i-ui m Here a course dm ife s i Bin F ilfv VrcvpiH the Office of Chap- Ii n f the N ttinn il O( t 11 i hursd IT evening p h i f of the ni >n il council of the Yrr CL Ordi r oi lube nmi s President I i f of Octroi division Xo r up n ed bv the dicrc called np Bis n r HUI' tendered him the 'i i ui clnplui of t nanonal older hie i i. p i ci pted uuira tpr to the spintiial tin rdcr ihe a itr of the eha i 111 n oh e-his aes arbitr it or or all questions ihat mav iribe between tae (hurtli on 1 the order WINMPEO Or li -Ihe ness n the Can u an Pidlie rainoid K LS wrockil at Pop Pjmi. Ihursu 17 r _, t hi e fco Uri Tl uri miles an hour the e _me n int; run int a herd of cat tie Thi rn_i e, ti nder and nd esuress c rs were ditcnefi Three tolo and o ie first el isscoaeh cl rai'e-l and smashe i The trmn is filled with passen_er- who excnpi d with i sbakang. En_moer Bro vnlee uas injure b> jumpmp: The Eirl and of Alwrdwn were ou tne train bnt were noi hurt. In Loirville W N Y Oct n bash a id blind factory of L >vey Burling'o i, b_r led 'o thegr u lid yesterday morning. TOSH KX) 4 h s pii- pr del NEARLY SIX HUNDRED DROWNED Pirticnl irn f the Wrerk of Turkish Ei ti SVN I (t I p III llirs or the Toss i f t In i v u nig e J .al in city was c ma it between Le bmipdis, of cars at ihe W illui n r( et arils yesterdav af ernoon ind eiushcu iuiv ti it ue uieii in a few niimenis Grit p ion not 28 vears. and cpme here frona Dunkiijv where his rpla.iuns Ine. He hveil at, 171 South ition street. Awarded far Injurlem. TOf LUa., Oct U Malt hews a Chicago and Alton railroad brakeman w is given judgment against thac road for 000 m the circuit court yesterday morning. He was knocked off a train by an overhead bridge at Johet suffered seven injuries to his spine. (Additional Teiejprrnhie nnSnl page.) HOME NEWS. catch of tub was rather sinal yesterday quarts of chestnuts qnarter 1 will be i (Unce Monday niirh at C dayman a out for a tine warm lunch to night at Julius Sienera wanted at 39 East Fron street at a reasonable price new School Board will and oriranize on Monday night Western New bowers northwesterly winds si ghtly cooler crosswalk en the west side o Elk and Second streets is in a bail con- dition is made of the walks between Front and Second on Zebra and on Lion streets to the Buffilo Express the Erie railway ia to hive a double track from balamanca to Olean si on leak occurred last night m the water main m front of Carl s on Front street It wau repaired this morning Knighta of St George C in mandery No 90 will give a social hop at St Georges hall Railroad avenue Tuesday evening Oct 21 long-distance telephone poles are being painted in compliance wuh the conditions aet oy the Common Coun cil The color is an olive green Just arrived 1891 patterns of Wall Paper at Lyon s Pharmacy also ti new slock of Paints Calcutia Oil armshes W mdow toh ide-, Ofec street intersections crossed by ihe Front at-eet ahould be leveled is soon as possible Teams cannot now pane from Front to Second ulthouirh the ditch has been filled rVuerslle who was bitten by J E Shear's 3 dog on We inesday is still suffering from the effect He was severely bitten, both m the right wrist and the left lliijh 1 Ib of Castile Bouquet Soap for ile made especially for Lyon s West aide Pharmacy by fcolou Palmer of New lork Lyou it> also agent for Palmers nnest Periume Frangipam under the new management the Anderson restaurant m Buffalo in frready improved and there LS no better plate m the city for ladies shopping or gentle eii to get a lunch or dinner 11 E church Mrs Olive Teft Steel minister in charge of and Dunkirk cl it" will preach every Sunday morning at 11 o clock mF M E church cor Fifth and Fox streets Dunkirk the best m the market I lave just received a stock of the Howe Ventilating and Samtaiy Parlor Stove adiptcu lor indoor and outdoor air Call and "ee them they will be put up un trial E ALIBNBRA-JD regular adjourned meeting of the Knights of bt breorge will be held to-moirow. Sunday at 2 p m All members are requested to be present aa important business la to be transacted Per President JOH3, C WOLLESSAK Secretary Brooks Locomotive Works sh pped to-day the last engine of an or- der of twenty-five express freight en- gines to the New York Central Railw iv Next week it will begin the shipment of twenty-five heavy eight-wheel engines to the Illinois Central Passenger Agent Fred Gar field of tne Erie has made arrangements with the O K Dean harvest excursion, whereby the party will uae the Erie road The party was collected by Hr Dean around Fredoma and numbers over maty people, and will leave fiom this station on Monday F Glendon, the general yardmaster of the Lehigh Valley Rail- road in Buffalo, was caugh t between the bumpers of two cars at the William- street yards on Friday afternoon and crushed ao badly that he died m a few moments Coroner Eenney was notified and had the remains taken to the Mor- gue He was until about a year ago, conductor on tne B S W He was about 28 years of age and unmarried He leaves a mother and brother in Jamestown Xxtokmg fur his Wife John Peller of Custer City Pa. 19 m the city looking after his wife who ran off with another man taking her two children and about one Uundreu of Pellei s mouej Hehahfouut no trice of them further than here Letters. The foile-wmg letters remained uuc i1 form the L b postotfiee IJiuikliU N V on Satunltj 0  advci- tit-cd Vi Bctij Llourook ILI Frauk Edwirda Mr Arthu- Daye Mr Barth, Mr Ailtie Burke Joim i Sestoa Fnnk O Smith Dan Mcbml i Fred Leilh Mrs Walter H Mrs m Mrs liaii M.i- ll rook 3! Kl-KD P. r! THE BOARD OF Proceeilinipi of the Vnnuol at ville M Oct moat important busmeas which was (lone by the board of supervisors this morning was tbe adoption of tbe report of the committee on equalization The 'owns whose equalization was increased are aa follows Jamestown 000 Pom tret 3-, QQQ Portland 9 05o Kipley 5 QUO Tbe towns whose eejuahzatiou was de creased are aa follows Arkwnght Charlotte Cherry Creek r, QUO !Q 000 10 ooo Ellington 20 OW) French Creek 10 000 0IK) harmony btockton Villenova i Good old fashioned kind ot tin ware in our houfe furnish" 'ng goods department We claim tlie credit for "hammertnjf down" retail prices on house furnishing tinware to their present point. Tinware makers know us for buy mg m big quantities and they give us the inside track ca- prices so we hand them ovtr to our many patrons. It is both cheapest and convenient to buy tin ware of us. Honest goods at popular prices is a combination always to be found with us You will be amoved at the low prices we are offer- The total valuation "f this county for 1890 is J25 300 791 Last year the valuation 271 Kiaatone was first an increase of and Jamestown of Af- erward Kiantone s was taken off and to Jamestown MAYVILLB. Oct 10 [Special] Vt the morning session to day Mr Williams moved a resolution additional to thi ne of Thursday which created a com- mittee on legislation with the especial urpose of opposing the state eu mm u.- lon m lunacy m attempting to carry jut the provisiona of the law creating additional state insane isjluma The esolution as adopted wan as follows Resolved that the committee on legis ation be requested and is hereby em owered to take such steps as it shall eem beat for the inlereeta of this COHH- v for the purpose of causing the re eal of the law paused by the last legis- itnre relative to the insane so far as tie same affc eta Chautauqua county and o prevent any appropriation being made to arry out the provisions of said tw and to incur suta necessary ci- 'cnses as may be connected therewith In order to have more system and connmy in the uae of county stationery lr Howard offered the following whii h was adopted Resolved That the town clerks of the everal towns in Chautauqua county be irected by the clerk of this boaid to make ana return to him at once an nventory of all the blanks in their of- oes, that the clerk of the ooard be di- ected the town clerks with a ist of blanks required m their offices, hat hereafter the town clerks order di- ect from the clerk of the board ihe lauka necessary for the several offl- era of their respectiTe towns and thnt ei i-after the clerks of this board send u the supervisors the blink assessment oils n Jt later than the loth of May f one year Mr Parker offered the following Whereas The time of the clerk of us board is much occupied between esBious and it is des-nble that bids for ubliuhmg the Journal of Proceedings id for printing stationery be obtained iinng tliio luterioi, Resolved That so much of the reao tuons on the subject of publishing the ournal of Proceedings and printing ationery (which resolutions were doptet' at this sesnon) as refer to the erk receiving bids be advertised for nd received by the i hairman of tile ommuteeon pnntera accounts and by i committee disposed of al the ad- ourneil of this board as provid- by the resolutions aforesaid. After discussion this resolution was abltd The following resolution by M> il, ing tin ware where quality ia compared with other. "Popu. lar" and original low priced household goods estabbuhment. Use the new perforated pie pans 5c. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. OroDDART A (1113 Till Wishiiigton, Ll l .iipn I 1'nenlOf- ttrc. I'ntenta im  ut btumuui xm.luctcd (ur moilerauj Infonuntai n Vdvii e and spiriai references sent in n moat h A llOeP. made Our iniilineiit J. r t II tnu I it i fiirlln i ns ui ji larfilll 1 ll KtMMDKIl il V Ruilitu ui in cm i i iin- PII hi in tfi-n ill mil n imiti ilai Hi n he in i. i in 1 1 til n n l, i i Dry Goods and Carpets. I i ipml In H li Llii i -n i i i i I i IB iiti.il u n u r mil Nitii ihi li if Mr' him IB I l a I'i ink f >i putrun ILI h haie 11 ie f uui fit. pi i >il O A BLttBEE I i IHI Mini SAi lu WASTED to our BOO piiig-n jnHt openetl, bent c-pifialtacs beat terms itcrk p y We irnuran- what crime VUilrcsg Una hnnHpw iLliuhle BROS Uoehcflter, N T to MOiTH jui be tt I 1 V 1 l fnni-li i I ess iiHfinnI Hhu JH II whtlt. Ullie tile 1 -imri mninmib m ir IK pr'Ullfllib empli lihil V fiw ii JIH icsm i i i u i B h I >lin on .t I c. Iin Iimnn I Vt. 4MKBK 396-402 Main Street, BIFFVLO AS TO THE FASHIONS. nre burn somt ncfcece fiakMn, anri Ittcee fashion. 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