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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               COAL Lime, Cement acd Salt Contli n 1 from ve-tenim CHRIST WALKED THEEE. the irorda, 'Here Jesua Christ wag bcra what did you SI e of tne SOLOMONS GROUNDS, BETHLEHEM AND ADJACENT PLACES rnr HH j A. un sti imj- r thon_rh f !H l f The n HI it> how s li r i f the n n sits aomet'J 3 r t n of r jH n r i n co tlic l i h ul 1 n ad r til v' r rilrrmre Givn Some (Sow ng P'ct- ari-a of m s In and Vii Ini- Th.. Wlwlom und Practical Work P I l il 1 r 1.1 n no. nn. >OV EMBER I SOCIETY DIRECTORY. Dunkirk Their Of fiters and Places and Tinies Heetiajr. Ancient Ortler of Unltml Workmen DcVKiax 11 Ha -U anU 4t M I i f I, sonltr f i it- It LAKE Ears LODOS to {8 Hcyl Bio, k wit u d enu, very .M an 1 Hh l IR la each miinth Jar-oli Lueij M VV c V 1) i h 11 orfler SOCIETYOK E NO, i N K H us tllmbla 81 r-, mtlinnill itu i I of Solomon BIT M( R VI rc- OT TtS. In the old cathedrals of England, modtrn p unwrs in the repair of win' di m i jr to rn ike ia i l( K >d u-rli( s n V >f tmr hunlrrd mi U vavs fiilinir r n i tin an inirur is vrrhirrr il! ,vho i f i itL l l 1, I 1 t immp md r i ip r IVroljr of u M lr i f Illll 111 i nil ir> bin i in l i ir r w tli b i hr Pll I 1 v l t B i i T in u 1 t l 1 r j r i u c f r r f til Hi i r r s i 1 ill ___ Th.. ui'l so I nT tin i nh i '10 u i1 i- 'md i, t [0 1 mi, r i ,1 WOVICN MIS IONARIES O, in iii 1 4 hf m in inns r The Liver s 1015-were jut of order ImohPi J i" 4-t the lioiiy lit mtiiiei for smut nil i f WHJJ m nt an fiuimiirl) IV nt i n niircos In ediif hu iiiseit IH tlu'Iivirwliuh isilii i, n 11 IIB ttftai some, (it the trmtlili mil mull tli u s si t flssidnH Mm (in li no iKnllii stidiiili r i of mifiii-in nn pnrt ,if Hie it, in M i in, IL. 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