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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 23, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK, N. Y., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. NO. 63. OF DUNKIRK. a KBIT RDUMQ XACHIMB for ruling A all kind! ol to the latest audition to he Mechanical Department ol Dunkirk Prating Company. n B. otrroKD, an and central Are. P. Artiftte Photographer InMantaneoof PootogniMW of Babies a specialty. Sitters Med not wait (or sunshine except lor >OOK IRVINO. Hro- pnefnr.No. 18 E. Second >troet, near Bul- _o street, Dunkirk, N. Y. Miunuinei, Mn- etc., bound in all promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. BraCHKK'8 CBOCJUCRY HOUSE, 3M Central Avenue Wboleaale and ratal) dealer in li ported iinrt DooMsOe China. Glassware, Jtc. IHABTAOVOA norm, V Bates, tl per day. Ijiverj and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Bider, 386 and SIT Lion street. 1ITY SHOP j Caaa. Nagle, Prop.. Lake Shore National Bunk, Center and Third itreets. A Ine and Doaeitic S1ONKUN SOW, OS Center street, Practical borse-ahoers. Particular attention horses. Shoeing ol road 4 trotting bones a specialty. D UNKIHK BTKNtNQ OBSEBVKR. Largest Daily la the County. An unequalled advertising medium. D KNOXNEKHINU UOMPAMV. __ Formerly Sellew A Popple, lianalactnren ol Boilers, Baalting Ilannm. etc. Forgings, and Machine Work to order. J 80IRT CO, JOS, 406 anil M JLF (Jenler atreet, Manaiaeturen of the 'Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" perfect- Bums DnaaShirta. Onaalemall leading Jurni3Ui ng, olothing and dry taoiues iu Dunkirk. OF. TOOMKT, 4S4 and we Lion atreel. IMaler in Flour, Feed, alt. Baled Hay, Fboa- Dbatex, etc. 1877. hUlB HUTKL and iJining saloon, Union Depot. acoew to all and biu- houwB. for Com John J. Murphy, Prop. I.' BUCKS CO, Ct in and E 1'oird strat. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Waie unil Up- noUtering. Picture made to onler. U. MATTXSON 30) Central Ave, Lwdera ol Faabiob and Gentlemen Ouilltten ABBU. 8'tKAM HEATING of Steam Heating Apparatus. ianilary Plumbing a Specialty. (I OMK STEAM LACAORV. Our ipecialtiea: Fine Shirla, loo; Jo; Cnffa, 4c, and Lace Free Ueliv- arr. A MT. Center itreet. K. OKHM, E. Third it., oor. of Buffalo aUnuJat.urer and dealer in Fine BooUi li WEllJCB'8 NEW STORE, 108 B. Third at. Books. Stationery, Musical In- audWeekly rerytbipg perlammg to a flrst cuu book Schoo. Books a spaoialtv. uid everytbiPi OB PRINTING ol every description and al lowem living by Uuukirk Printing Company, S and 10 B. Second bU JB. %'AJJ BBRKN SOU, Fire Life, Accident and General Deal- an in Heal Butate and Particular attention paid to me core ot property collect- iBgnattJke. 319 Oenler >t., 2nd floor. ON HO It'S PHARMACY, MO CenUal Avenue ueadquarten for Wall Paper Pa.nt Ac, PBHKIM8, J. W.. center atraet, Manufacturer and dealer in Harneu. Sadulea, Buffalo Bobea, HoraeOoven aobas. Third street, Qeiitlemeu will Hurt it to D 9CH01.TKS Tailor, luwr advantage to call on me before purchasing alMWhere. B. CO., 383 Lion itreeb General Hard ware. While Snupues, Oil Granite Ware. A special- ty ofSherwiii Paint and Monroe range. R IDLING, blank-books, and all of done at Uiukirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 K. Second St. SHOT HIM II? THE MOUTH. DARINO ROMERY AND ATTEMPTED MURDER A NKGRO. Tmfe Waylaid aid by BlMk Near Mt. Holly, N. Negro BmiarM Watch Injurtei Tbonfht to for tke Highwayman. PHII.ADKI.PHIA, Oct. A special dis- patch to The Ledger boat Mount Holly, N. J., the details of a rob- bery and actempted murder which was committed In Mansfield township, Bur- lington county, Tuesday night. Ixmis Goldstine of 231 Second avenue, New York, wim on his way to .this place Iiom Burlington to visit a friend. He got otr the train by mistake before he reached Burlington, and no other train leaving in seasonable time, he started to walk. Soon after starting on his journey he WHS overtaken by a colored man, wbe engaged Golstine in conversation, and the two walked along together. While paus- ing a strip of woods the negro demanded bin money. Thin Gelatine refused and the negro shot him in the mouth. Another shot entered Gelatine's head. The negro then secured the prostrate man's watch and and fled. Some farmers tra venting the road In the even- ing found ihe wounded man and brought him to a hospital here. The physicians think his injuries are fatal. People are scouring the country in all directions for the desperate negro, and it is thought hi will soon be captured. aOSSIP FROM WASHINGTON. RODOliPll JIO1OJKN1IAOKB, Cor. Third and Buffalo Su., iwaler in Granite, Marble, rugging and Building stone. Call on me buying your aide- walk. The Shootlna; Trip pproprlatlon CertlBratm Signed. WASIIINOTOS, Oct. preaident nito postponed his shooting trip. After he aniiouniemant of his plans attention   the iron anil steel convention were to mil MI him Saturday. So the shooting trip h u been postponed until next week, iesteiday the neoretary of the interior signed certiflcMie-J (or the amount of 000 each, appropriated under the act of congress approved Aug. 30, 1890, tor the prest-nt fiscal year in aid of agricultural and mechanical colleges in the following states. Indiana, Kansas, Ohio, New Jer- sev, Michigan. New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Dcluwara, Mississippi, Tennessee, Virginw, Colorado, Illinoia, Minnesota Oregon, New Hampshire, Ala- bama. Idaho, North Dakota, and I he terri- torj of New Mexico Anothor installment isnlreail) due, but the secretary is deter- mined not to certify the amount until the country kuows the state of the latv and action taken, so that if any objections are to be made they will be made without de- lay and before any further money ex- pended. Killed Youu( SWITCH PLAINS, Pa., Spencer and his wile, a bride of a month ago, returned last week from their bridal tour. Mr. Spencer was summoned Monday by telegraph to the bedside of his father, dying at Cincinnati His wife was too weary to accompany him and yet aft aid to be left alone, so !K' purchased for her as a means of protection for her-e'lf and her friend, Miss was to stay with her, a revolver. While he was instructing his wife in the use of the weapon it was dit-charged, shooting the young wife through the heart. Miss War- ren at the moment was about putting her arm about Mrs. Spencer's shoulders and narrowly escaped her fate. It is said that Spencer has become hopelessly insane. Four Fcriom Killed on the Railroad. ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. special to The Constitution from Rome says A terrible accident occurred on the line of theChatta- uooga, Rome and Columbus railroad yesterday morning. Four persons were killed, three instantly, the other one died afterwards. A southbound passenger trail left Chattanooga on time and was running at u moderate rate of speed. Approaching C'hickamaiign as the train dashed out of a cut, a covered wagon was upon a crossing. The engine struck the wagon anil killed J. W .Tenkins, his wife and baby and .billies Bonmnn, all of Walker counly. C onvention HMcuibBiiRo, Pa., Oct state branch of the American Association of Labor adjourned yesterday afternoon after a busy morning's session The fol- lowing officers were elected. President, J. Bishmit of Philadelphia, (list vice president, M. P Carrick of Pittsburg; second vice president, C. A V r f Har- rtebnrg, recording secretary, L a Willets of Erie, treasurer, J S Johnson of Pitta- burg. Lancaster was selected for the the next convention in August, 1891. John H Schrey was selected as delegate to the National American Federation CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOPER3. THE FLAYERS RULED OUT. K I8LEV CO., 7 and 9 Bast Front street. Wbiaky, Brandies. Liquor Store for Family Uae. ROBCKT McKAY, liiou street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terma. Ci AM J. UITFOBD, J01 Central Ave. (Up General Insurance and Seal Estate Fire, Lite, Accident, anil Live Block loorance. Frompr attention givm to buying and sellinc Beat KxUte. C. JUNES, Deer. Juwelnoi Meat Market. ITreab, Salt and Smoked Lard, Oyilen and Convention of American WASHINGTON, Oct. fourth annual convention of the American inst'tute of aicliitects began this after- noon at the Arlington hotel. The was devoted chiefly to prelimniaiy mat- ters District Commissioner Do Jiriass de- livered an address of welcome, and R. H. Hunt, president of the institute, responded on behulf of the delegates, after which re- ports from the board of directors, the treasurer and several chapters were read. Last night t he delegates visited the art.gal- lery, and were also given a welcome re- ception by the Co'-mos club. KM LUten to Moody and San- Bead. Oct. second and last day's services and teutons of the Christian Endeavor convention began yesterday morning at the early hour at o'clock with a prayer meeting at the Central Presbyterian church. It was attended by about people and was an occasion of much profit. It waa led by General Secre- tary Beer. Tie delegates assembled at o'clock at Mnsic bull to listen to D wight L. Moody and Ira D Sankey. A few minutes were occupied in a praist and prayer service. Mr. Moody asked Mr. Sankey to sing "Throw Out the Life Lina Mr. Sankey told a story of rescue by life line before he began the song. The congregation joined heartily in the refrain. Mr. Moody's talk was about ten ser- mons preached on ten different occasions, and related In the Book of Acts, showing the power of the Holy Ghost. Interesting addresses were delivered by the following gentlemen: Mr. Walters of Fsirport, Rev. H. W. Sherwood of Bond- out, Rev. C A. Vincent of Buffalo, Rev. J. C. Long of Castile, and Rev. Dr. Farrai of Albany. Rev. M. W. Hart of Mt. Morris made as address on "How Can the Society Help the Each of the five section! of the C. E. pledge were made the of short ad dresses by young women. Mr. Frank K. Sannders of Yale spoke briefly on the subject of "Systematic Study." "The Social Side of Christian Endeavor" waa ably presented by Rev. M. Deenu of Hornellsvllle. At the afternoon session Rev. W. H. York of Syracuse delivered an interesting address on "Systematic Giving." Tht speaker forcibly impressed upon his bear- ers the necessity of voluntary contribution to aid Christian work. Telegrams of greeting were read from Vice President Pinney of the State confer encc and from individual societies Mr Leslie, representing the Christian Endeavor movement in Toronto, said a few words of greeting from the Provincial Union of Christian Endeavor societies of Ontario. The nominating committee made its re- port as follows, the report being adopted: President, the Rev. H. C. Farrar, D. D., ol Albany; vice president, the Rev. T. H. McEwen, D. D., of New York; secretary, H D Jackson of Buffalo; treasurer, A. E. Dewlmrsf of Utiea; member of executive committee for one year, B A. Banmann of Binghamton; member for two years, M. A. Hudson of Syracuse. Mr. Hudson of Syracuse was presented with a testimonial In the shape of a beau- tifully framed cettiftcate of membership in the United Society of Chnatian En- deavor. The afternoon session was followed by committee conferences, presided over by these gentlemen, piayer meeting, Godfrey Haas of Utiea- social, A F. Gaylard ol Rochester, music, F. J Hutchmson of Hornellsville; temperance, W. A. Walker of Warsaw. In the evening addresses were delivered by Rev. Dr Farrar of Albany and "Father Endeavor" Clark of Boston. After a solemn consecration service the convention adjourned. The next state convention will be held atUiica. ________________ NEW YORK FOREST COMMISSION. The Kutabllahravnt ol a State Park In the Strongly Favored. NEW YORK, Oct. forest com- mission of the stute of New York, consist- ing of Townsend Cox, chairman; Sherman W. Knevuls and Theodore B. Basselin, commisssioners; and A. L. Train, secre- tary, and S, F. Gannon, warden, met yes- terday at the cilice of Mr Knevals, 32 Nassau sti eet. The commission was ap- pointed by Governor Hill during the last legislature to investigate the matter of forming H state park in the and to make a report to the legislature this winter. The meeting was for the purpose of hearing reports and of forming a kind of court of inquiry Ex-United States Sen- ator John B Henderson of St ap- peared and advised that the lands needed for a park be acquired at once, as the titles are all of the most uncertain chaiacter Several lumbermen and residents of the Adirondack region appeared and gave es- timates ot the value of lands. No.de- cisive a< (ion was taken, but all members of the i onimission expressed themselves strongly in tavor of establishing a state park, in accordnnce with the terms of the legislative resolution. In Honor of Dead Heroes. KINGSTON, N. Oct. strangers from the Hudson river counties gathered here yesterday to witness the unveiling and dedication of the monu ment erected to the soldiers and sailors o Ulster county. There was an imposing civic and military parade, a score or more of vMting Grand Army posts, separate com tiiiiesof the state militia from New burg. 1'otighkeepsie and Catskill being in line I. John McEnlee of thie city waj inarali.'l The thoroughfares along th line "f inivrch were thronged with people uml ublic und private buildings were profus 1. decorated. NOT ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE BASEBALL CONFERENCE. Plwveri' Bit of ATCUBS, JBWKIJII, Boy toe Aurora Bailroad Watch. Repairing a Crank TTstapl. StR. Tbird W M. Merchant Tailor. Sift Central Avenue RE WARD I WK will pay tbe above reward lor any ease ol Liver Complaint, Sick Headache IndigctlioB, oniupalnm or we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver when tbe are atrietly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never tail to fiveaatiafaotton. Sugar Coated. Large boxen, containing so Pills. Beware ol oouu- erieiu, and The geetune manu- aeuredonly bv JC'US C. WBST CO Sold by MOBROE'B I'tiarmacy, Dunkirk, N T. MB; or I ptter Mot Becwlvcd. WASHINGTON, Oct. Grant's letter to Secretary Noble, requesting a re- count of New York city, has not yet been received at the interior department. The secretary will take no steps in the matter of re-count until the appeal shall have been formalh Inid before him and Super- intendent Porter has beeu consulted on the subject. Ti.e latter is expected tore- turn from Europe to day. Killed Wife and Then Himself. KEWAUSEE, Wis, Oct. Casco yesterday morning Albert Ludermej er, a young Get man farmer, n ho was married but a few days ago, shot and killed his wife, using a double-barreled shot-gun. He then blew out his own brains with the same weapon. Ludermeyer and his wife were dead when discovered. Sharp Practice by Trying to Secure the Balance of Power, But Their Game li Blocked by Mr. The Con- Through A Stormy Mooting. NKW YORK, Oct As predicted the conference between the National and Plaj-ers' league and the American associa- tion has fallen through, at least foi the present he Players league confirence commenced a dem.md that the pi be represented in the con ference of yesterday. They persiste I in their detnan'l and as a consequence the conference not been held .ind the settlement of iln- 1 ase ball trouble is us far oft as ever. It is generally conceded that the players nre responsible for the present condition of affairs No conference was held yesterday, but were over three hours of informal meet- ings. some of which were !.eld in the gen- eral conference at the Fifth Avenue hotel and others on the outside. The representatives of tha three leagues met together at 12J30 in the afternoon. There were present reprebenting the Na- tional league, A. G. Spaldmg of Chicago, John B Day of New York, and Charles H.Byineof Brookljn. 'I he representatives of the American association were Allen Thurman of Columbus, Chris Voo Der Alic of St Louis, and William Barney of Baltimore The Players' league repre- wcie Al Johnson of Cleveland, Wendell Goodwin of Brooklyn, and E. B. Talcott of New York, and of the playera there were John M. Ward of Brooklyn, Arthur Irwin of Boston, and Ed Hanlon of 1'ittsburg. The meeting between the magnates and players WHS a stormy one, but they all survived to fight another day Mr. Thur- man was in chair. In looking about over his committee he spied the three players, whosj presence was destined to block al 1 the proceedings which .might have been taken for the salvation of babehall cause Mr. I hurman declined to call the con- ference to order uuul the three players had left the room. Mr. Johnson, chair- man of the Plnjers' league committee, at- tempted to explain the presence of the hrec players He said that he had been istructed to pteseut a communication rating that the original committee of iree of the Playeis' had been in- rensed to six. He held that to be equally presented in a conference where there re thiee National men and three As- ociution men, the Players' league should avesix representatives Unless they had mt number they did not feel like confer- ng with the other committees A hot iscussion then ensued It was held on IB other side that, as the committee ad- ourned ou Oct. 9 with but nine men it lould ng.iiii convene with that number, he pioposition of the Players' league ould nut he considered until the confer- ice of nine had assembled. Mr John- on acknowledged that this rfould be the roper thing to do The three players retired and the con- erence was called together. The com- uuication from the Plajers league "was leu read by the chairman. It stated that iree additional members had been elected to look out for the interests of the 5layeis league and asked that they be ad- iitted to the conference Mr. Johnson moved that the members iiccepted, but tins motion was defeated n a vote of 6 to 3, the National league and '.esociatiou men voting against it. The three representatives of the Players iague then withdrew from the conference nd joined the three excluded players rhey were quite emphatic in their state- nent that the conference was at an end or they would not confer unless the play- rs were given a hearing. The conference len adjourned subject to the call ot the resilient. President Thurman, in maintaining his osition said. "When the conference com- mittee was organized I understood that it represented three seperate associations, ach standing upon its own merits, the American association by three men, the National league by three men and the layers' league by three men and the na- ional agreement by nobody. As chair- man of the conference committee I could mly call the committee of which I was chairman If these three men had come roin any other league I would ruled ;he same. I have acted in no spirit of nn- bagouism .tnd hare no ill-feeling against he players The Players' leagire holds to state- ment that their people should have six representatives. UNIVERSALIST CONFERENCE. HOME NEWS. Erie waterworks will have two new boilers put in collection of the special side- walk tax will begin to morrow This i- the lax for the repair or laying of side walks in front of private property. Those owing this tax should pay at once and save the five per cent. the Supreme Court at Buffalo on Tuesday and Wednesday The Salamanca Loan and Building Association vs. William H Henshaw et al. Beferee'H report confirmed and judgment ordered. Commodore P. Vedder ys John Hai wood et al, Referred to A. D. Scott to compute. Cbautauqua Trust Equitable Building VB Alexander L. Stewart, et al. Fore closure and sale ordered the latter part of August theru ppeared before Commissioner Hazel- ne one E. Benson of Salamanca, harged with introducing liquor iuto ndian country, which is a crime against United States, although no sale of he article is made to the red men. The ommisaioner held Benson for appear- nce before the United States circuit ourt, on the ground that Salamanca as Indian country, being within the oundsofthe reservation. Thia point f law is one which has long been ques oned, and it was argued at Ulicu last week at a special session of the U 8. ircuit court, Justices Wallace and Coxe residing. Hon. D. S. Alexander, U 8. istrict, attorney, and Assistant U S. Mstrict Attorney Norton of Buffalo, ppeared as counsel on the one side.a' d [on. Martin I. Townaend of Troy, und D. Davie of Salamanca, on the oilier. will MANY A MAN renortd by Guaranteed MELTS TOO SOON. CHAMBERS FRASER, TAILORS. Room No. 6, German IDS. B'l'g. BUWAIVO, N. Y. Another Reduction by Standard. FrxiNLAY, O., Oct. Standard Oil company has announced that it will here- after pay !IO cents a barrel for Buckeye oil. Thi  the life-boat and brought it back to he Peny, a feat that a landsman might oniemplate with awe. It was then at the accident to the boat happened. a the boiling waves she came up under e Perry too fai, and some of bor planks ere liteially smashed by the cutter. An adventure like this is nor consid- red much of a hardship by a surfnian hen, as in this ease, the weathei is not ery cold, bti the dreads it when ice arms on eeeiythiug thai is touched by e spray Mention the word heroism Capt. Williams in connection with he lescue of the crew of the Golden leece and he would probably smile at he idea, Yet for all that it takes such uff as hcioeis are made of to carry out ucli an undei taking. The Improvement of Uunklrk Mr. B R Gifford lias printed two eiy beautiful views of Light House oint mounted in an aitislic foim, and together delightful pictures to look xm Anyone who has doubt that is is, a beautiful disliicl should see ese photographs. They will do a cal deal to convert the haulett dis- cliever They tike m the of the ew summci colony The lugoou und pom' one of the piclti' st him ef eenen along tliu great J.nkes The colony has shown its good bcute iu icking out the location u did fu Mr. itloid's efforts is due n great deal of le popular appreciate u of the pictur- squeness of Dunkirk. How much the ty has improved since the Voung .en's Association begun its woik, every esident knows. How much the benuti- cation of the place will help the city nd its people, Lhe stalling of "HicUoiy- if that is to be itsnaiup, gives an idicaliou. There are nearly twenty-five acres in te plot purchased for the Biadford nd Dunkirit colony on Light Uous> oinl. A dozen cottages on it i the spring will be a commencement hose results can hardly be foretold The Dunkirk correspondent of the Juffalo Courier sends the following: Dunkirk has no rocket-like boom, but 01 its size is n wonderfully pcare-abid- S town. The fact that it has no police pictty good proof that it does not eed police very much Dunkirk is a leasant place to live iu, ou account of s locutiou, near the lake, near Burt.ilo, vith the use of five iiilroads. and the eople, as a rule, attend more stuUly to ben own butiuesS lhnu is utual in a lace of its tiie At least cne instance B known where a literary man came a poilionof (ivciy vear for eveial yenrs in succession, because u was a comtortable, heahby place ami waa let alone by the people to nis wilting quietl; by himself." The Improvement ot Different sections of the city show great impioveni'inl iu the mutter ol grounds and dwellings 8nmc street how it more than others, they exhibit I purl of activity, go to speak. Taking he wholo city into consideration, anc he way the irnuioveuient spicadu from treet to street, il (seems that Dunkirk i aking an" unprecedented slip in thi lirection, and a mat velous change wil be shown yearly. Central avenue is one of the street which have made tbe most remurkabli inprovement in the last two or threi rears. Foui handsome houses abov Sixth street have been put up in the las wo years and three are built this sea son below Sixth. The new hotel nn rovement during the past stimuli Charles Sch is just having tbe eel I a dug for a new dwelling near Bwai street. George Tims has the window a his new house on the north side ol the street, in the same locality. B. M 3aycroft's two he OBSER VEit has spoken of before, have beeu nlarued and made almost new. Other houses hare been raised and much jainting kfas been done. The Springfield Republican contained lately the report of a Bulb Jociety, an organization gotten up fo the distribution of btitbs and roots an plants, frae, far the purpose of beaut Tying yards. It takes up a section o the city each year, giving away 50 sep arate lots of bulbs on each street. Th work it is doing is already known by its fruits, in tbe looks of the city. The game society offers three small prizes a year, for the three streets showing the most i inprovement in beauty during the year. The suggestion has been made that to give (.prizes of that sort would be received with public favor here, and there would certainly be many creditable aspirants for them. Cleveland's Again Ahead. resent U. S. GOT. Chemist A. F. Underwood, says P. CENTEMEEI KID GLOVES. All ladies who have used the Celebrated P. Centemeri 'rlove speak in the highest praise of them, both as a moat durable and perfect-fitting glove that can be bought. The ENTEMERI in 5 buttons, colored, cost you only ind will give you better satisfaction in fit, and wear you onger than three pairs of any other make. They need only o be worn to be fully appreciated. While we ask only 1.48 for the Centemeri, they are worth more than any of any other make. Erie Store, Sole Agents, New Felt Sailor Hats just in. w Having examined and thor- oughly tested the leading brands of baking powder, purchased by myself in dpen market, I find Cleveland's Superior Bak- ing Powder the best in quality, the highest in leavening power, and per- fectly wholesome." SPECIAL, ANNOUNCEMENT O TODD ART A CO., Patent Attorneys, (15 7th O 3t, Washington, u. C., opn. U. 8. Patent oe- floe. Patents, Caveats and Be; Issues secured. Trade Marks registered. All Patent busine conducted, (or moderate Fees. Intormatiun, Advice and special references sent OB A. IJ.lpub ulur, that Burbco wishes to announce to the iblic m Keneral, Hiwt patrons in partic- ular, that he has purciiiucd tlio building for- merly occupied ay II. H. Mullott. So East Tbira street, and lias lilted it up in order, anil with the help of Mr. W. A. Mun- eliaw. is nrunarerl to do llrsl-class harboring, iking for ThanL... Hhnro of ironHge, wo solicit a nir for past pHlronHge, wo solid1 t the future. U.A.RUBBEE. O AI.ESMKN WANTKD to sell our OOO va- C5 rarities of choice Nursery stock. Fall puign just opened; beat bent ujrnia, steady work, pay weekly. Wo guaran- tee what we advertise. Address (This house Is reliable )GLKN lluos Uochvslw.N. Y. A MONTH can be working lor us. INireons prelerrcd nho ouu lurniHh a horse mill give their whole time to the business. Sjmre momenta may be moutabiy employed aim. A lew vacancies in lowim and cities, li. K. Johnson Co.. '.'tux! Main-el., Riclimoiirt, Va. fin tn 9O.UU 10 Dry Ghwds and Carpets. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored tops, and and machine sewed. We arry a complete line of NET- fLETON'SFine Shoes. If want a nice-fitting and itylish shoe, try a pair of this AMERICAN BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, BUFFALO. N. V. AS TO THE FASHIONS. "Some are born faihtonabte, toon achieve fashion, and ofkeri hone tltnat quoth Charles Lamb, Shoe in Button and Congr in broad, medium or nai e, is the best shoe for money that has ever been of fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SON, 213 Centre Street if you can. C.C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIN BT, BVFTAIA, N. T. DKALEK IN Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Leather Goods, etc ESORA VINO, GOLD j SIL VRR Tilt A COMPLETK LINE OP 91ALN STREET. BUFFALO, N.Y ELYS CATARRH Cream Balm the Pauagrt Pain Inflammation. llralx Hie the of ami Binell. Tilt tXJltl A particle IB applied into each nostril and M agreeable. Price SO at UriiKKuU; ELY Warren Street. New York. unless you ate indifferent Hke our Iriend Lamb, who, a genius, could afford to be so. From us you can learn about ine newest fashions in dry goods, in all that pertains to ladies' wear, such M dress goods, cloaks, etc.; in gentlemen's gloves, hosiery, underwear, etc.; and in carpets, draperies and In- terior house decorations. The newest Fall and Winter styles are ready in all departments. A won- derful lot of attractions and bargains on every hand. If you want a dress, here are fashion- able fabrics from tbe world's centres of fashion, choice goods and bargains in- numerable. If you.want a cloak, if you want a carpet, If you want dry goods of any 'kind, or a book (we musn't forget the come to us and see tbe fashion! you can't come, write, and learn- what is fashionable in wcsring apparel, in house furnishings and in literature. Don't wait to have fashion thrust upon you. You can achieve fashion by trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about thing in our line of business. Samples sent freely, queries answered in- stantly. Contrary to the rule, you will find shopping with us through the mails a great success. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY GOODS AND CARPETS, AMEBICAH BLOCK. BUFFALO, N Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures;   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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