Dunkirk Evening Observer, November 5, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

November 05, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 18W. NO. 71. YESTERDAY'S BATTLE. THE FIGHT IS OVER AND DEMOCRA FS SCORE A VICTORY. Henry fn.in Ohio are MfHi-rB, bat Maj. >l re-elected to con- ________ county gives P'lttisou TOO plurality, dem., for congress majority. Fnltuu county gives :K3 p'lura'ity -kiu- ner, dem.. for 500 majoritr. N..V. .'i. PatriMiti's majority In Berkshire co.imy is Repub- lican chairnuin e-timates Daupliin county Republican In ;i of PIIILADFILI-H: ucivea Patiison, licm.. 114 inaj'.rity. McKean ciiiiucv. estimated majority for Pattison 4011. Democnitic gain Lancaster, 9.toil plurality. Svhuylkill, DemocraUc estimated ma- joriti' -J.SOO. Washington, estimaipd Democratic ma- jority a aais of Franklin. Delamater's 500. York, estimated Deuincratic nuijorit.v ot ,'.vn 1 b'.-r- along with the l.iir- one Brent, ant! .-ullivnB harmed by the court nt Westtield. afteran unavailing attempt to connect with the there. men hiiusaroii'iil field. however They all, niaht n. lay He did not watch them, but they In-pi turning up before him all the time, and wtiuttid ti> be sent baci here I', ev --aid if they caiiin lu bunkirk, it would be thought i1 at the) hail escaped. As he thought himself it was huriily the riuln things to do to take unscntcnced pri'-'on- ers from here -ind telea-e them in West- dehi, he finally took the two men in uhiiL'e, and brought them down as stated. They were taken before Judge Hiller, and begged earnestly to be dis- charged, and as there was no serious charge against them, and they promised to leave town, he let them no. 60AKD OF EDUCATION. A Tai Levy if Ten Mllla Onlurrrt. LIST OF GAMES-Continued, The "f Education met in regu- i lar HfSNion on Tnesdtiy night, President'---------------------------------------- Hinman MI the chair, present Messrs. I KckLa, checkers nud chess Lasi-elli-i, Reed, Ziuimermium and Kus- The Spanish Main........ it'll, absent Mr llul.-H'in. Tlie Tin! of UK-In-l K-SHIDLI wure i UamVot Innocence Abroad' rca-1 ,uitl approved. The Grand Race Game....... The President announced the stand- Vacht Race Game.. nit; committees, as printed 1 48c Poker chins, box................O.OO 8.ric Dice Cups................ the AraericiQ Jack straws...... Criblwge boards.......... j The Game of Kelkouny Cats........S.lc Playing Cards. The President read the following bill-, approved by me Finance (Jonuniitee, i Game of Telegraph'Boy and on motion of Mr w.-re Didcred GeorL'e H. Jone.-'a liussel! wiirranta piiymenr urge, servii-es at elc fire eicui 'Villi.-iin (j tii.n Henry 11 Droeie. atiim d n IS. Harris, iiispi-ctor........ C. F. Wlii e Co priming nnd ad Perusing ........7. Dunkirk PriiHmir Co.. tuivertis minority in tti me by abonr ''on- 'd ny The Fler.ud. v 4. P-itn.nn coiintv h. The vote .if lie cav fur mavor complete the fol- !i_; car I'wunty n-ri. iwvtry r rl: ren. I'A. ntv rep. I'-...-: v iv-it' r em.. 7.117. Perry, rep., d.XKM; Murlin, Ilrt. In the S-.-iinii t vi-ntv district.-, out of a total of Xov. s.-The Union uix-.-w lifin., Greshen, claim of Greenleaf, '.I'M; JdiH-. mo.. Koenig, lab.. 23. di-iri.. for congress by about, Kin--- count can-' Gn FALLS, XOT. John Wever lire proimbly boody. dem., ep i- ycted to eonitrf-i i in the .-econ 1; '.V.Ulnce, rep., in the Third; 'i.--i -irict. William M.-C i nancv. the Fourth, and Manner, j i" ele, r-d 10 the nstemhlyin Warren ii-vi.. in Hi" ntr.ii I 1-unat.y a majority of 3JO, a Dem- Nov. dem., la ra- ocrntic gain of an i h' fhe Xiueteenth j AMSTERDAM, Nov. s _ city complete Hm, JM i Xov o. dem., has Motuifonierj- cunnfy. ib.nir.iiUU majority for and car- .Vov' !i._The Dally Demo- .i- an three of city. says: Dunlap is '.t Xov. ,3. now, rep., car- elected che assembly by less than 100 r'.v .-ii. by 41 ni.-ijority. a loss of 823. majority. Sanford re- i- IvSs 1'aylor, dem., for elected by nbour I.TIK) majority. ,u.-.em'-ilv city by 219, a demo-j KDNDOI'T, Xov. N. Cox, dem., i cr-i (or probably carries Ulster plurality. N'ov. 5 rep., carries i for cmmress by abouc 50 majority; T !nr. dem., tor city' by .liiniit -.i.'i m.-ijority, a tfmn of about Bacon, dem., fur congress In the Tenth; itistrict. haa a miijority of K.mc. dt-in.. SeC'ind assembly ilistrict, L- I- c1. ed by 400 majority. 'l.'.'ioi-. .iem., Fii-st assembly district, mil proliably be elected by a narrow -T' N-iv. Parsou.s. rep., for ,n i he second district, of .Monroe i cieerad by 401W majority, a county. Jacob H'ce, Dem., Second as- sembly di.-t ier. is eU-cteil. as are also George M. Hrink. First district, and Gen r u" H. dem.. Third district. ATEI'.TOWN, Xov. Lane, rep., is re- turned tn the fsom the Si-'-ouil Jefferson d'strtcr bv ri'lO majority. Mit- chell, is rp-elecrcd from the Firat Jefferson district by Jyil m.ijurity. I rep., e .r-u-.-. rlie Twenty-second dUtricr, by the usual ma-, jonty. j [n: M A. Xov. ,1 Incomplete returns tis- j ill re.- Ill" election ot N ren.. for con- j least. Lehtgn jfivea PattiBon plurality. Monroe ?ives Pattison a Demo- cr itic Kain of 414. .Montoiir. estimnted Democratic major- ity ol' tVi. Clarion, estimated Democratic mi 1.' "ui. ii liiun of W.-Lir. fl91 pl.iniiiry. Demo- cratic gain uf Armstrong, Delamater 400 majority, Democratic of 340. -Mifflin, Pattison 150 majority, Demo- cratic gain of 1S1. York, Pattison plurality, Demo- cratiu eain of Lebanon. Delamater plurality, >.iii: Twenty-t Democratic gain of 5fi6. meron, dem.. Pattison Democrntic EH in of 604. Chester, returns indicate Pattison will carry the county, a Democratic eain of nver Bntier, Partison's plnrali'y is 225, Democratic gain of 670. Indiana, Delamater's plurality TOO, Dem- ocratic itain of 1.470. Northumberland, Pattison plural- ity. Democratic, gam Columbia, PatTinon plurality, Democratic tain of 'JIB. Tioga. Delamuter 2.000 plurality. Demo- cratic gnin of StiO. Centre, Pattison majority. Demo- cratic gain of 1.050. Mercer, Pattison TOO plurality, Demo- cratic iiain of Delaware, Delamater 1.250 plurality. Robinson, rep., for congress ma- jority. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. from different sections of the state show large Democratic gains. The Republican ticket Wumun's Literary rlub. 27 N't l.'di 22 William Kundel. posting....... Louis Koch Je Son. curtains, etc Dunkirk Engineering Cu fur mice grates...... HI is.s 4 Welncr M Paulus. supplies The Women's Literary Club met yen- i Peter UcUter, l.ibor terday at the residence of Mrs. Asa li. motion of Mr. Zimmermanu, war Whitney. In the absence of the Secre- I r'int was drawn in fiiy. r of tary, Lucia 1.ary was elected Sue- i lindolpb Muldcnli: uer, on account, for retary pro turn. Tlie subject.-) for ihi- walk urouiul Academy. Repairs to of i-cbuolH and o were ordered On motion of Mr. Re day were the Historians Ban- croft, Motley and Parkman. The opened with a dut-t sum; by Mrs and Mrs. Williams, after which Mrs. Whitney rend n paper on Preston M.ra. S. it. Toles's subject was Bancroft Mrs. Eddy reud y paper on Motujy, and Mrs. Hamsun one on Parkmnu. Thi- pnpers were all excellent am! curb bowed careful and eleep study An tnteresti g discucsion followed. At [he of the meeting a beautiful Crysaus themnm, a uift to the club from Mts. Secreltirv Sdwarde, was auctioned off, the amount Common Cmim to be added to the fund of the club. d, a proposed he 10UU copies ivstcm of pay mil blanks was authorized lo procure printed. On niuti n of Mr Lascclle.i tlie Com- mittee on Yards wai-HiKhorizcd to em- piny tlie Engineer to measure the sulrw.iik lain arotu.d the Academy gionndf ami in cerafy to 'lie ifrai'e. On mntiim of pi'i.bably j the ..t. 'Iem.. P, Doliin. dem. X liiti. rep.: (Jor .n. ren. rep.; rh-- ,-it-i-. D h- follow-: AlbiTiy E. rep.; man. dt-ni. A: Thump.- T. Dev. rep. I'artaran Pi. Jame.H rep. W. Dickenson. rep.: I.. rep. r rep.: R. D. rep. Bush. dem. A. rep. Guiboid. -en. Gar'in --r. rep. T. P-ek. n-p. rep. Aia.-e. rep.; V. B. O-txinif. I Krie- F. "-heehttn. 'era.; .M Endres, iit-m.. rial'iiLrber. rep.; Henrv OnenfhiT .em.: Frank Sniirlt. ilem. i D. 1-a ni-r. iep Ffinkiii: -William f" rep. t Fulton aj.d nam.ltoii- Joitn j Xov. out of t -i i-ictd of the yi ve Greeii- lor -omtress over 7''X) majority. returns from county ii vote ai'ont 10.000. Payna I.JiHi p.uraliiy for confess in the y, .i proeabie plurality of district. Richard in. r'-p.. is :--n.rued to t heussembly mil di-tnct; by 3.x) nl h.. B dein., is il.i ;-iL'tct from M tu itllj. re.... for a muji.i'U.- in tlie city of 4 "f i2 :nd the ciry uf 54. n H r ol assembly Acker, rep., ma- rm- city of is Klli. Aildi- oem for "ongress, 47 ma- a'lit Jewetr. ilem.. for aasembly. as The ci y of Hornellsville gives iiiajurr.y. S. Bath, First '.i UIM-S linim.aire, rep., tor as- Jio. mid Raines, 123 majority. wi. ni L'roan.i mves Peeler, dem., i rnt iy, -i4 maj- and Page 2SI. in' Pultnev gives Brundage 23' :iud the town of gives ti'l.i'-'.- H and Raines iM majority 11. T'lird dbsrtct, gives Raines 15 A.kcr.-2 majority. Woodhull gives, inajoriiv. Limiley gives Paga in! .i.'wcttp; majority. The probability a: ,m.1 Acker are elected by i! m.ijoritie-i, ii- city complete gives Greenleaf, lor congress about majority in- i-t jirooahly elei ed. Parsons, rep.; in tlie ci y iliatrict, has v of o.O'.KJ. Tlie Democrats elect -peciiii county judge and the Republi- i- i-ct the county Treasurer. The Re- ti'.'ans elect all three assemblvmen in _ u-n-.-bvat least, liiKi majority in romp- j oVn.'of siu, ntv, and of Stevens, ren., for as city Jive -eur y (bout the same ti.ures. dt'Tii. II en rv Mit.'h-H. --p Miller, rep age. dem. irvii.-n Henderson. I.nne. rep.: Isaac dem B. J. Mc- iirioe. dem li.nn I'o.iney. .'.em.: John J. O'CoiiniH-. itp'ii.: Kel-py. dem.; W. I. Shii-ld.-. dem.. Adam inif. dem.: F. dem John Ki--t-ll, rep.; Tlionvis F. Byrne, dem.; J.'-pjih A. Spin- all, r-p M. C. Earl. Crtnviord. rep. 'i.iv nsr-ton Eli i- ii. rep. R rep. Frank M. .lone- rev. Parsons. William H. n. rep. i Mo" F Dwyer dem York-Patrick H. Duffy, dem.; T, n. dem.: Peroival Farquhar. 'teni.: Thom.u Brady. Hem.: D. F. Mui- ianey. Gnsrav ger, dem.: Martin T. Mi-Mahon. dem.: Jnim E. Brod.- sky. Wright H'llcomb. dem.: William Sohmi'r. dem.; M. La'.vrence. (iem.; Closes Dinkeispiel. dem.. -lames H. South- de dem.; Louis Drrpo.cher, dem.; Waiter G. Byrne, dem.; John Kerrigan, dem.. Daniel F. Martin, dem.; John Connelly, dem.; Myer J. stein, dem.: D. M. Hi dreth. rep.: Joseph Bliimcnthal, dem.; George P. Webster, dem.; C. C. Clarke, dem. U Judd, dem.; Levi Parsons Gillette, uem. Halej, iem.; James S. Dsmsey. dem.: Russell S. Johnson, rep. White, rep.; Will- iam Kennedy, rep.: I. Sawmiller, rep. O. Chamberlain, rap. P. Taylor, de.n.; Xiichael N. Kane, dem. L'Homme.iien, rep. X. Stranahan. rep.; "Wilbur H. Sel'.eck, rep. As infallible siirn of physical decay is sleeplessness; if this is dangerous in an adult, it is deadly in early childhood. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup will always assist in comforting the baby. IT baa proved undonbled usefulness, we refer to Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. Price 23 cents. KIM--I-IN, Xov. rlem.. iu the Six-ce i h C'liiaressional district, has BOO or more majority, and Satie. dem., is eieL-te-i to the 'issembly from Greene coiini v Xov. J. Belden, in the Twenty-fifth congressional is re-elected by a lanje majority. The Reoii'ilicans ca-ry the three aseembfy m this county. i SK. N'ov. Thirty-one of tifty- llve-i -tricts in the First af-emhly district sf-vi' V. hue, rep.. H .nn. dem., White probably elected by small majority. Xov. indicatiom at this hour are that the Democrats have j swept the and county, with perhaps returns rnc ..--.-mbly dial "let. Orange y.ve- 1 .i-.-lor, Uem.. 30 m.ijunty. j Tin- i.- a I.'emu.Tauc gain. Br-iTii..i. Nov. Thirty-second j dNtr.ct has gone Demo- craticju from retiiru.-, from 103 out of 1 :n j in the Tliirty-'lii.d congressional dis-( T. t ;he XiaiTtr'-i c unty returns must' lecMe. Erte cir.'i' im- -vaiently tjiven i Davts. rep.. ni.i, ,y rrom it- turns from :B our it 'M districts. Wiini: I'LA.NS. X >v for in be Fourteenth district has been vi'-ch-- ted. William Ryan, dem., has been plci ted to the assembly iu the cecoud district by about 'i MJ- rity. Ti'.oy. Nov. congress, Quacken- biisn. li.ts an estimated majority over Collins in :ne Eighteenth district of Four di.-tncts in t, e rity Ma-in., H majority ov-r Vlu-l (ri. dem.. of Wha'.eu is pr'i.Mbly elected by a small Majority. It i.- believed that the Re- publican ml Independent Democrats have tile maj'M'iiy in the common council. In theFiiM; assembly district Republicans concctl- the defeat of Cozier, rep., by i Riley. ilem.. by a majority of 300. The Republican county ticket with the exception of county judge is estimated elected 'iy -TOO majority, TROY. Xov. the Second assembly district Wnrden, ren.. has a majority over Cooper. this :uorni'iLT t! eight o clock with 1. tlH.ijoi) feet 01 iutu- her for Barber, rfcai'y (.'otnu'inv. They had a trip, having to run into port several times for slielter from .storms, ou the down. They made the trip safely howe.-er. and wituom loss. 1'hev were delayed two weeks the weather. The Shrk'ley will mike one more trip at least, iroing back to L.iUe Midiictin. 'a1- of the barges may go with her I'imuty KKSXKDY, Nov. 103 B S- W.. Engineer Eugene Haynes, struck and killed John A. Anderson employed as track walker on the Kennedy section .Vlr KIM: t, the President I authorized to dtnw i in ant- for payment of salurius of teachers and j inttora whin lue. T'ie tiuperintcnd-.'iu reported that no more caaus of diptuberia were reported in tiie city. Tin; iupu'iKiiecdent alao reported in mutter of recitations reported omitted at school X ,1, that all parties seemed -uiisticd with uoiidiiion uf school. The Board went into Committee of the whole, on motion of Mr. Liucelles, >omaku cstiiiiate ol' levy needed for 1 lie support ot ihe s.jhools the coming In Committee of thi ton mills was ordered On iiii't.un of Mr liced. this amount, iva' ordiiieii levied upon the real e.-tite in the town nnd city of f ichool Whole, ii levy of OQ the valuation so rep )rted bv in Z.T Tinii.rman'i wen: :i'-ce---ary w-i the em GOVERNMENT Chemists Certify. July 23, 1800. Oving- to the purity, strengih, effect- ivonc.s'i and constancy of composition of ('ievelnnd's Superior Baking Powder, I have adopted the same for use in myho'-ie." HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D. Lilt if. S. Guv. Chemiat. to ttio "T find that Cleveland's Superior Bak- ivf 1 owder contains Cream of Tartar Bicarbonate of Soda and Flour." Lutt C. if. tfuo. Chemist, E. G. LOVE. Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is the best in quality, the highest in leavening power and perfectly whole- Mine." A. P. UNDERWOOD Chemist for U. S. Gov't, 1SOO, Cleveland's Powder Absolutely the Best. ANNOUNCEMENT 7th OTODOAET CO., Pali-lit AlUii-r.i" WiialuiiKUm, II i; 1' flcu. Ptilcnth, Cuvealc amt lit- Trade Murkw reffihtertnt. AH I'atent j fur mmienitc Fees, lufnnnauon. Advice and apcciul on reniiuut. iirce lo the __ rfeiu-ral, an.l p :n partic- ular that lie han tin- lisiililiiiic (or- nierfv 'icciillied Ijv II. .Mul'clt. O M.i.-t TliinJ Iltteii n, up in or-ler. :ind IH prepari'il to do HIM '-LK-S fur pant 1 a -iharfl of the (uluru. u. A.HI.'lllllCE. OA. Burhee wishes In in S75.00 to and jrive their iviiuk- DifMiK'niH may aluo. A Jfiliutmn WK OHIO. Cui.rMBUs, Nov. Cincinnati fifty- six precincts srive Ryan, rep., B.fitfO; Crnm- ley, dein., Lockwood, pro, 372. Thb shows a net loss of The same proportion of Republican gain would in- dicate Ryan's majority in Hamilton county at about Seventy-nine precincts in Ohio outside Cincinnati give Ryan, rep., Crom- ley, dem., Lockwood, pro.. The same precincts gave Foraker, rs-p., Campbell, dem., Helwig, pro., 510. The same rate of gain over the remainder of the state would indicate a Republican majority In the state of 13.000, and with Cincinnati a, majority of CLEVELAND, Nov. 5. The Cleveland district has beeu carried by Thomas L. Johnson., dem., for congress. NEW YORK, NOT, News says: McKinler is probably defeated by 600 ma- jority. The tiun says he ia defeated by The Tribune claims he is elected by 900. CINCINNATI, Nov. report from the Blaine club has it that both, Caldwell and Scorer aie elected to congress. COLCMBUS, Nov. returns from nearly every section ia the itate indicate Concluded on Third Page. :iu: 1.- iiiotii lowi'ted I :o tax r 11 Jwlien i Mr. Zitllilll'IMian that all nece-sKry -uppp-s lie purcbased from home dfilers. or far as possible. J On motion of Mr. La.-pe'les the Fi- j nance Committee ivas to ex-rn- i iue the accounts of the Tr-'-iiuriir an! di slroy warrants if found correct, and Mr. Anderson was about J3 years of I report at the next We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, band and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Pine Shoes. If vou want a nice-fitting and shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf [Shoe in Button and Congress, )e -i i C anii ihem. so U1 meiliuni or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever tVred to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. age. He came to this country about six months ago and liiul no relatives in America. The Accident occurred one mile east of Kennedy. An extra train was passing on the castboimd track at Anderson's attention. I which no doubt was the c.an.-ie of hit-j f struck by the Buffalo express Kennedy who was j promptly notified, found the circnui itances as above stated. trading young The body was brought, to 'tation. Coroner VanUusen. The Superintendent's report for Octo- presented. Tlie total was dh.va more than in October Idsy The schools -how a noliceable increa-se. Ou aioiion of Mr. Ru.-sell, the Super- intendent wis authorized to rearrange seats in Hilliard's recitation r> om at second lloor; and lix d- ortt to dre On motion of Lasceilea. there i 'ill be mi session of school ou the f'ri- j tiay following T Adjourned'. Mrs. M. E. D. Spprra. Classes for dancing will open next nday evening. Nov. 7th. at H p. m. at the new Union Hall. Central avenue, and for juveniles Saturday at 2 p m. N'ov 8. Masses will be formed for be- and advanced pupils. For other information call at any time or address Mrs. Sperra, 73 Griawold st. very pleasant auprise party was held at Mrs. Livingston's, 410 Robin street last night itheing birthday. About forty people were tin-sent. They passed the time with i and music and partaking of a: bountifull repast. Hough, the inillsweed flori.-t of, North East, Pa., shippi-d flowers to Enuland in or.e day recently. She! haa a large number of giris manufactur- ing the flowers. Her husband is scour- ing tne country between Angola and Aahtabula for milkweed pods, which fire brought to in large loads, Mrs. Ruth Dana Draper, daughter of he editor of the Sun. has a >hort story called in iLe November Harper'i. following is the bill of fare for ihe supper held in connection with the i ake bnz.ir nt the Baptist church to-mor- row evening- Oysters, Stewed, Raw. Crackers, Cabbnge salad, Celery, Bread and butter. Tea, Coffee. Price of Hipper twenty cents. SHERIFF'S SALE. County of Clinu'auff liy virtue o.r :in t n u! m ih a. nl Ui.itH'K i :i t.i t C. 1 h tin; '1 II tuie itinn -nit of the Ciiu air HIM tin; -unl I Lahur- i ail lie ami t Litburuui .Jew-li n f MJ Mini t 'lit- f' 1- in ai.'-l H. Mam-hL, V.u Dry Goods and Carpets. AMKRIC.tS BLOCK.. Main Street. BUFFALO. .V V- AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some are born fashionable, sonte adueve antl ot.htri Inme faxltian run learn aboui. the in diy in ail w :.tr. such SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street C.C. PENFO-LD Manufacturer and Importer, MAFN ST., BDFFALO, N. DKALBR IS Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, ilvcrware. r.onthcr etc liOLUf SILVER PLATIh A COMPLETE LISB OP upon. quoth I'harl-'x Lamb, Ian till tor brought him wto Mat with a. velvet collar and lalil him "every- body wean velvet nuw." It is ripht to be in fashion if you oau. [t is almost as uney tube out fashion, unless you urc indifferent like our fric'id Lamb, who. fin :i genius, couii] atford to he sio. From you newest fai-hions that pertainh to Lu 'IreHB gooilb. cluak.-, etc., .11 ircniU'tiien's hosiery. uniV-rw.iur, neckwar, etc.; and in carpels, .'.ruDi.rei, .im! in- 'erior houne dec.iir'.aiDiT.. The newest Fall nnd tire ready in all A. won- derful lot of aud burjaius on every hand. If you want a dress, here are fashion- able fabrics from the world's centres of fashion, choice goaila and barirains in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if you want a carpet, if you want do1 of any kind, or a book (we musn't forzet the come to us and sec the fabhiona you can't come, write, and learn what ifi fashionable in ippHrei, in house furniehinirs ami in liter.iturR. Don't wait to have fashion tUrust upon you. You can achieve fa.ibion hy trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about any- thing in our line Samples are sent freely, ijuericg answered in- Htantly. Contrary to the rule, you will find shopping with 114 through the mails a great success. MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. ELYS CATARRH Balm WUIL' nil Ui-'ittrncl or par- l ui Mllti -iLLUiLi-'i 111 Lily cf IMj.iik'fkt uuiv-' I i Mate bc- of CumiiiM limit: .'it tin- rfiiiil ijIuitK r iii'iin'ri tlu'iKu: ii'irtltf itrt yt, i-" Uium-f) kl- r irlil aiis-tis siref-i .00 Smith- erJy parelH-i {i JJi-icJe fuel to tilt; n ftht-riy buuuua uf -M c ind H.tr tlie'icv li.'istcrt v alonii Kuft sLrrei lo UK; place of hiitrinumjr; win- h I ahull inr saie at psiluK1 riuci.ou ?IH the Uw i h reels at office of D. Murnty at No. 18 Ease st-c- nd street, in Eho Cv v ol LMiiikirk on tiiii day oi 5ov yinLut at o'ciork in foreuoim. Dated November JSiKi ff. a. CASK, Sheriff. by P. M. Deputy. C D MUHRAY. Att'y. ii U ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY GOODS AND CARPETS AMEHIC.LN BLOCK. MAIX BCFT.ViO, ntv CHAMBERS FRASER. TAILORS. A particle's mto eaub nostril ami In Room No. 6, German Ins. BUFFALO, N. Y. ic. Price ecntaat DriiKK'sw; tjy maie ELY BROTHKRS.36 Warren Street. New York. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures lEWSFAFERl ;

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