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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               DUNKTRK, N. Y., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER is, B ti tff It ESENTA TIVE QSLN'.eSS HOUSES HURLLD TO DEATH. OF EMPLOYU (WASHDr6TWr WHISPERS. OF DUNKIRK. VLVCHTNE lor ruling til k i la li ilunka IB Uie latent i itliiinn r0 Mc  pr-ecur No i u. Set-on t netu Uitf V rt VI i Ji< I'-impuiLt .tr rm in l i u i Jr lira ?n uumielto A, .vork iiiinincie I CfUM KJERY HOnSE, Oe.ti.JMl Uemie. t hna  IiHttlnv JCAVSAd e Ma No S U; in a o lorlc itortay moimaa; M a fi tnin a -v nt amoiuTm it purkng mac on net wir t n 11 and loa uu wi.a hons ami a A-U. r -.man m" over tho h.a T ri cr n na it; on the Kaiiaa e "ty md ler'i -ail uari me m the bi ti-jc TUT and pneui ars n'u the n r thiitv .-net bf nr m not is m b Jar in t uds of n n ses HI io ir 1 mil nr n rw 14 dEanle in onnMUun V elm Uiill r anil K7 {..tin t. n nn iiw nci twnn r an I 11.1 the ifi, n resi if r! H ti nn oiorud men who vei Umr hug L niter Lake ami r ml and LJ e, Prop National Ilank. to A dm su 11; in m >rner K Jl Ths fall Ki ed Fpi'D HEMIT W[ L C Larijeat Daii> n tfac uncv An uneqtuulwt advuUBing main im iwniij la the lint jr o 44 Iciiuwu >LPII.I colored. ii Vi JHB uiiond Committee in .Ir.n in Buffalo o Nov In the porrdan ot on'inental botal yi-grerday and Last BVI-U a dniecuuua of railroad men TIIO seemad to know what, about out vho us close -ui ciama coneurnnst thai- vi It They were coir of lorry chrni wlio an behalf or t IP t-lei ired tody of rhe .-mploves af tnu Ent re-enrly prenenrea i of g- ei 11 s r, t; e mauasftment nf rha Er i in i iffl llaaa The anawor rhey rt-ip d Prcsiiienr Kmij ivas a. long one n i nu li hp njrepd r in ddjuatment ot v is, a t voa shown tL it, other ro lU more Borh he ra- riptr and ware si f.n fmprred and jy -ha an p af rha ji -i -nia- rhur ire ot i ass rhar, bp- lif in jnatt i ile meiumrM i Tnt in ilr 1-iint.iun nai n m jt tie com me Wi -vrre in >MW i lit Jer my tmi LH ,u- T -rB not Trnmriy quorpd w le- Jlda: nor ro ji e out hmg This mm u itu ysu however WB mat m "he -no; nwrs hall ar -he eunar of Hit k: ori mil -jonrli Div iion and -vul pioo tol met t, aifiun 11 day W us innwer jf Praaidrnt K ag to the 01 n iiibjeet I har I lo not are ro say W 'it- my of rlib Erie offiuuls in con- ference v th T 9 mi DANQgR OF AN IM91AN OUTBREAK laid to Have Bonn Baunhed to tlia Intorlor Prrnldonc P. paring aimnelt to All CaUars Cmlsiir Fran, j800 m Commis- rot NJV 1-i-Gt-n gf hofli Id rear -day Tor ling re. Hived i li-rvr im ila.j Uen M'esati'na "me no rn IP  u t-t tin e i U 15 S S -u Latham K Old.T bltlHHil uhoil borly lrK, C Pir l irv jaw fraciiind ind bin ,v t nt and bi i sed "IIOM i- L i-v lent i 1C m DHd' di' md u im L t i om el EC mm r ty i r il r hs hr )i t i I IP ju it; n< ie sp< i ,h, i nl iii 1 h i H nor "i i an i me i ,f Vrmonr's i s r I u .1 Kiy HOTSI. in i saluon L u or D  t Mi k I '1 I "t It. Ill nj Un m H i nu rni u ai k ip ,1 i he rrjml rp ii d ilua our il ui I U1K 01 1 el )a r  i ty Y I -t I mui iin_{ r n i m D j n sti- er um eii LS h i n unlit era jf rriii in ID t h all r nor i ml 11 a i n f-i l ty irr or cae Pi ill ii li ir h e a niifs hoi', ou rhu WHS- continued MT Youngsnn, n< ou .jjiper aayg its reporter askua hers w is ta ne a itnka Ii m- con- on witn reporters to-.lay "he word rnkc vv is not uaed e j m lo ik. hita men n-hu want to ke do we he inked jj, he lay liaok m 'i H hm- iind poiu-eti to severiu uthar mem )en n the commit tee Ut course U" nor here for fun out whwwil lom i jjuess he aawhpiipers eannot uud our I stft d some rime aifo rent votir mn rep vis iel consntu ed md IOPS n r ihi iy loprssenr, rha me-n on the ti t -n-itcm 1 ve i m r I can f ho does Ton ur ill "ou ll A u. md rstood ihir tha rommitTee jvis i sen-iamij mo i 

V ndom has an; mire I Willis rmmoiiH li putv eolle it HIII ill him n lied I tin bur.; -i b K News. B FITCH r.litnr U It Htmnj L iw flffl. o 1 L U j-j lelt yeatertiij fir PERSONAL. T Joint )f Wentneld ilasa town l )1 Bru.i J Phillips wis up fi nn Buffilo 1 r In fir i ah ir' time W P i! ice >f rmisvillc -viia i ter d nt the Pun lliusc Monday d 0 Mirsu of win More To our nexv leiiiir h-t For the tnn To thf 1'i.iui .u ie ever ind rlu o'ul Wrli in uii Tl.ir mjk e fn it t ll toi hi n- i u ,1 i u DISGPJNTLED KNIGHTS OF LABOR n n I t u ie VPIJU-- it i l -pel nl t ri" jur H." H 0! p beuu iv i a i suiou r with II BI lit, iv itdited bt loTal a mmement jaa I ue n t r T 111 II 1! t L U.I i nmi K ne C irui na illin 1; e I t e t n m i 11 r ni e jf I D f ji r )e ot 01 >EtLW. fc. T nr t -tl or >l rinlfiij irei anil it i er u b nu ta fe WTEII.EK S NEW 3TOZUS l -it. ka MUMi M n. -i-, ttk u i Jrst as K bi i Wa e i tv log E al I i- in tram I, b se i pt in tn l i h n Ctptnsi Cuiiipiiiiv Tn uteit Ttpi SH on Tin i is lined >r a OH k ue c .P i in 1 I i k-r -p rhe -nhoer n h n t li 11 rue n i uh ani >t uumr eamposedji .fe'en glass wuiki-rs i vhiuBien, ro ml n a biij -u n f m jj nf Laoor Tie mo <-menr ir g nun l in tha i mpi jiier jiidnir ot Li u s Lr r u, in u ist i v i kit in of the dr en lilit s N it on il ahaeni ilv c 'u ii .icnt i m u s DI in o mild a eo on i _r Assembly mil h is leeu it ji n -i r d weeks an i ae ir li 115 co t ts s tmeunif with solid n o inijp- mtur I ie m 5t the eomnntiee is to mtfrrsr Jv t rhu stiongest jreen jl ms work ra adsi moues n tae olan ot ,6- eei n_r D ssHt-isfii t on aijiinat Mr Piwder'T has i so iien ireed n P'r shnrg issem u t >r are reara sfrtssnn "t rm n j is, v )UI1 lke >m lu h. iijh L t DI it leiist S HJU Jiimie p >r in la oee e i'r i ,r. of ifcara a nff rmed that ie niitmous IUSB-I Brr reported insijps m i. nern u es, nth it 1 I u ter nt I n 'icy whci a he el h n. 1 rhe attention if the scute la- oarrmenr es ,t eimth open summar ly mushed rt he ntei or tt U tola Fho sentum e n i he n imed mt th presi lent IH i_aip.d ill diiv rev rei ir nni 01 he n he i vi je -jii m r 1 r i r e i si i ir ou at ita ane Una n A isii n iv a. F las in i is een ipuoinrej -mst m usrer at p u s rne nuant i m i r in in m cites mi ,s sjn vi i ml n N 'I l is i m he' generu ji r ie nxTTJil eo IM ti_ ,1 ,rj r llu o 11 le 1 u o t i an in I-ni" mi- is om n ,1 wth n l i ii he il fl ..ntr lebt im 10 i irs oieinhi 11 d n it i c t i i iv oiiiiint e1 cvi r i buijUri been irr sted. The tst tw were; in >uu T'h v si Ic are n n-i thuEabtLne Inrnuili -iidbioki mt i i emery list tvu K They weie ill uoine talent Two IIOTU noiit ii acen yean old Hive birn direstcd a Erti ihir-edwuh break nu into i -hoot nj- .railcry and atiaung ar arms aud toljactc- Thev beiotigeil ro a ami u ivi- onfcase the e-me The Erie Hi nlel suys The mi lent should teii h parents i 'isson um to ulow then boys t i rt-uiam I out 1 ite it night The shanty 'a1 I ne the siujold it the devil Keep h at n >inc> wth iff )d books in t m P D t rr ul Ir w in t hint them to ad i th 11 ,t it k ot ist lul inform ition Henn Fr-uik the Pulpit t il a i ult ii la )v r ti mi iv )u a u jtihi lesa 'jrtham u T led w i n B B 11, L. nl if i-t u biimni su i in in Iht BREVITIC3. rjtuls ire in ac md a e md.uon w ever beifuic town hull will be flnnlwd m a short time PJU Wayni Eleclncal Lompnny a piuhmg the work m the plant a[ this ice- rciunis f )i tuc graves are ticurly ill u The ai'ditmu ti the Normal si ho >1 is being pushed to completion in a ripid aanner RencpUon at Dr Rlclmiun.l u The doors of t'e resident e it Dr ij Riihuioud were thrown open to 'rn iidn to the nuinlif if 11) lasi c'veu- in..' Ihi ttal uc it the evemnir was On kens s The Cricket ou the Hearth whicu w is n ad bv Mrs Ru hmond ami Auted out bv the other purtit ipanta The online! of produi mi? the pmj waa lifflcult and ri quired much ptaitut the lli- Ut Ii pi iv rn it 1 uv Tlie- 1 tb ir in N the N-I lit Biv Till- (rill mil Whltr Hi E< kb i, In n i, An- nio-t ililh< uli to Bur -nich Aiunu ta -.fi k- Tonin y Br n The Rev Henr Ft ink w is known to mmv acre as 11 m iependent pre-iu lici ot Tirnestiwu nt tnst naator it rhe Pii-byienin hnr h, inerwird am t ess- irjfthe Rev Di Tjwnsend in puaior.............. it the Independent hurrti and editor i The tollowmi; ta i e iat )f Jujehiiuteti n tue Ue li u 1 ft the 'rJhn Per-ybmirle Mr A R Itooie pipit Hu wntea from aw York an Dot (his wifi Mrs H Cl Hhici Caleb mi a letter jt wit ulriw il to the 1 inics- I Di R.ehuioml Ber ka (Caleb s d f )wn News of II md iy He tint W) Lester Uckle-tim ilr i lothur Edwud Mr H L Cummipga Mrs Hiaa Pntchird M v Field.ng M SH xfcllie Cluti Ttllv blow boy MIHS lones Ketreshmt'iits were si'rved diirunr rh renown i oi It done 41 re And iif serve the he space us small we cannot tell The number here n --Tore Of ill the games we .1 liL to To make 1 1 1 rh uiu ni r i 1 ur a cent In im nut tner IL _i p i cr ii-u i is m a. iilailh ies< ner eent s n i in money ifftirs WCIP jadly mvolvui taut tiis hi ilth. WIB f iihnjr ird thit he a-ked i leiveof ibaence t ir the pur T 101 it eirnmur money and teerutmu li he ilth mil th i he hud prospered ind ookeu to i om ng bat-k from New um me Tirk when ht) le rned that the church united in he-irtily th ink Dr ind Wis w is noijKiatini} fjr a new pastor ue KieJim ind for the pi aaant evennit. i veniny bv tue uostcss md theguepts u ls iwstel in -imk, 14 h is ent he isl i ha Ml per epur an 1 the nereab I jO rn "-IB r (s ind cue r ut mi Ills 3 i Btnqnntoil cut the IVi.iui. si P OXKlJE S PfLVKM.lt X, encral avenue tr -era tor Wjil Paper pl nt 04 enter rer ill t tyuier u 11 1- il I ink-j.A tup- tii id ill n ed i n in mm 1 it t r ss Tin t L l lie 3 11 x jj V IS 11 1 Is I 1 II I m' b -n B lift ml i i r t-aat I nni street, i u r TL'itleuien nr 1 and i n ii j ue Mifore p bin k 1 Jt-n te an e i i rh 1 t u M thud 11 l J se if rniiu uj i )ns i on ana yes em iv i J cs r' ne i an ul h 'i 1 i it i n )t In i i ition >t J HU 11 i ujii is re eiieii i l i nii.it is, mi e E sh ip 1 s l t H ne it i not n I at i n Ji hi nues on if I on. on nitnt 11 n t n u, 'it i let ton s nl-en Later 11 l o mine leiu i nil an i l f n v.M iieei ml m in lie 1, i in of. T. hn lent ,ini e In wus n w i en rhe m- i -UBMH if the ii lit there leieuiB n resonr it _ n ais Hu. tnauiil m tr st iar u i-qo iv i-. S ner lent less u ipiinut n in t 18-1 e xhllnt s is ivihil a most snt s tui i and U' mui_' me During the lcK Vi -uni -t 11 near f eU i -Tie 'Ji Te It l L v it e la. ti line 111- n i i i_ n i mi b ist i- t m h jnrv o a t ml ie is 1 1 i in lit i mnn snr t 1 ind r ink j ir or ii n ro i an i n title 1 nis xtJt I i.LFFORQ >0i CeilL.il Ave i s icner-i in I Fit ti fa. en c r I L it-ill, anil LIVB itoeK iHia- if m-pLon c v >n u> m- t u it. I Inmet tn md M A fc.i fc. r nr-t ii Mem i Lar i lt mtl ers onu ll 1 I J t C ut 11 u i i rrti M SH u a. o i ir it i s ig pi m nr mo ne or rni n tr in >n ibnu T i_is i ul it r rh it ill h nni tv s One u milt, it In ikiinwn 3Ian Robbpil and Silletl i D fe i 3pi lal tiom bill the or in tmsnowu r i i i nn l T i inuel- pitmtnejut- kirs t town n-lr vest id iv niorn- n j. hM jeen pen rhe -vi nina jetora i th i nl it monev dnd a gold vatch Noruij r i IH vn, ttmnil m his body uiu i- t ho m'lr herras roohul muraered mdeir-ul o he place vhere round The iff ur -i -.hroui.e i in mystery In Ltnourlrmod Rumor NEW TOPS _R j-udm..' the nraor hat J iv (n ul i iad se- ired i n of the H hm ni and reimmni loud 1 t Mn -j Br e sni [t would be jiod cLmif 'or VI- (T i ild if sjot ei nti oj if IH R ehrnonii in 1 T rminal 31 stem ind I u in t tn nr 'i it it mi 1 oe t le to of nose n w nre est-ti n na s stem Air Si ce to alk irr ih j it it I tn Th inaa voulu n tnmij; abini lie unur Ri ijnrs i Th.Htt-i The Bu Id i aim it? I u i er t 1'itn nut 11 ont um d the tol ow i ti whic n p i rhi leist fla tcruj o D H R R ure >r i e i at nbj it t v tudv unit -i H -itilli i u lt, i P tfat at i e i i ais -re ib >ut ilJ mi mlu s ,n ,ELt i hi In it s J.-KO- n Tri 11 .f cm u wiie iiis i i i 11 Li i jui i up m r i '-in r i sun uuujt'Mii ntilt wis prc sented in i ea and v .tninin Ihii. thcoiv wn m ciiuim iu: the u UU ,n Jt the Bri ntest sticiii hi ninds. t n w irlu )vu is n hret tint the nth md llu I ounty I William A White of f imi'Htown been ippomtcd laputy stipiouie i nm- mander of the Einpue (Jrder Knights if Relief A w lodi'ii piuttiim in the trout of the lleth idiat eh irch it bim lairv lie fell m Blindly with the fmeiil of His Dura C Cl >r djje w is in piogress N'o one WUH badly nun F Green of f herrv C eett bus on exhibition it thf dniK at ire of W" W lien lei-- in lamest >wia i IDCK hat is IGHt iw h iiilu I vi >rs old I[ Wd8 tuidi 'i -3W in I in Wl> To the pi un n >r the jwm-is if sin pp n BUSH to 'he Im ir 1 if -mpeivisors an nibli'-hed ni'Lisi i it i nus in n nuts' iffivd Hi. in un j nn vi i u I" it ill lard M f at iddard Ureu ucl i a fohna n Ft ant is I ilinbiin I uuitl The fpi'unu F IU l li s s m t e le ,n, muih n thi, i i-'s ji mis 1 si is< ii aimi si very l ni i h It! lilt nmibii if i t es [flirt- ed ae b ii 1 it- ueilth van mi i Practices What He Preaches. (This is 1890.) DR MOTT late U S. Gov t Chemist, saj s Owing' to the puntv, strength effective- ness, and conhtancv of compo- sition ot Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder, I have adopted the same for use in my home July 23, Dry Goods and Carpets. ineur of Pit. nt Leather m pl.un topu, hjnd .ind niu-hine oairy i .-omplet.- line f State in 'fondiy The company amount of HIP ieven AMKHK BLOl K 396-402 Main Street. BIFFiLO V i in fT run 'M t i t I iu rt ii The t apital st )ck -JJOO 000 to manage its affairs upholds ami 'i els t'n-n t eidtr-cu Tin n r ult w th Jt the f iili sue' ie HUM ins wh rh b we I Directors who ire n'S th "l tw exiaunce'arVpUiTip asserted condii t wt u ao inown cos-1 T, mni, w n rr mitaltac-t nu-a w n Tctnoleton William Hjnrth 7 ICowIib I B Aaher F P CairleJloH C "Uaff r antlj W Newcomer n w tn the wh n 1 f W Bu .he. i LOH-in K u mail K i "n-. pee a -t-irt F Curl iu d l n f v en ne I le-i s no i >m erors jik N ute if i t s- left Out In Cold U K ia-The will of the Ro ert R v tfimilton ivis offered 11 bite tv The doe iment ao mtnti m of Mr Hamilton s he n il pit 1 ie s -HI OIK) wh s n i New lersev pnsou but i veil n ite for Beatrice i-a the i 1 t en he mi 3Qis 'i lopred lubtei The bulk ot tht eitate is left to tnc children ot schuvlcr Hamilton P T Bxrnnm s Ei Bu TON N H i. ,jiew n Pi l-f p irt. (_on i hit Ills nib- pen i i_ r, e he his 11 ill i PI re ft In nil tr r cs ot h o pnv i ins Inis kept do rs far e T I IM p ist >ut M no rime haj. ais eontiit on open aa o A alarm Bar it id 11 it rel n n ir tenal it thine- h >r m} i v lev 1 )pPd w 11 it Jc found iputle of i im f not nil plijiioil puen im eni trom the a, m i -t o the m ist ni i ute iii, uisw irth aiud thi hi i panerwin anNOPlmet prepared from manuscnpfi ot Dr Honrv Raimond Rulers of Dunkirk i in in whom pi chance nomine will honor ibove manv tbers who now e titrink b tn H. UOCHLEK. ivnart t tii i lent h ODD tlitlBrs Win It 1 o in 2.000 A d n lepatt- TAKE NOTICE. TH I VSDi- BMFt r I N h is a his g Mn 41 IIM; r S iu i mil h t l dm it lertii-itf n inra ml 11 Hi c rs. V i ki i 1 tut un iiim nun iribs o-i s t _) tint hi tnr h-t iu00 i h. ll in n in mv h. in ist ELYS CATARRH Cfeam jithaten hat tae or-es cjimttted e F ir B it Ficturics as-oi anon iut nil- aion ng -ome s me siu down eutuoiv i i i n ers io uoi a some ueut- Ovei iOJO hatters U PC i 4 U, 8-v ne t-eighc md t m. l >i e u, i n L on j oa, Minoe, nj "inn wem llr on a The cattle of ntul thi r pav ut n-' i 1 Mon st- v -tatTdm rat in the s r tii- is ie men on aat ui iv nste ut of duv Tadv A.LB VST N v 18 M-s Elm iberh Cady i -t mi n prt-ilent ot the National i W omn i s A-socianon has ap- pointed mri S Howell of >ewTorfc I !XD ir pi-sent hat bod v with her on the boar 1 of the N nioiial Council if otm n to meet m Washington next fcebiuai OUO Breach of Prnmwe PL court; I yester 11 r a newtri il in the breach it prrmi-H" me brought by -Vnnie Hus- abot t Jie Rev Peter Robeita. Ihe jun m irded tha wom.in ?G dam- ues 4 Prnuiinont .It Donri N IS -in ont mo Dom men of he Tli ir h ot hcmmiru I ite e om eprioii and B on college tin d vesterdav Tr He is born in Ita v ut noole parent itrp d n red n Padua, antl the erv of Jesus tn rtj years a_o Farm n to tUmt it HARSISBI pt, Pa. N .iv Firm era uliance will hold i st ire convi nnon here on iv o or the pnrpo-e if izing a st ite il lance mil elemiz lele- eitea o ne on il all n ire i on to be helti at t il i F u Dec J F jr twr witkd oraiore the local pa- pers have been tecinmi: with items re- faring t) the Imping if the To the thousand and one enquiries as to wiiat it is about we would snv that af- ter an eth mative search and enquni, ire forcc'U to admit we do not n low uilcsa i IH the const in bnznnq >r talk >f the people who have used H irnnt >f Hnehoun 1 and Tar sounding Bal. the pruae ts wonderful cnrilive pr jpe-ties t ir coujrns ind colds The Lake bhore is now runnmij freight trams ovei tile third track be- tween oniieaut md Aautabul i A m w depot is promised by tlip Weht ern Sew Y rk ind Pennsvlvima for Bradfoi 1 in addition to a number of much-needed ch mges in tnickd Mr D T Murray for many years the maniger of the LTnion Depot Telegraph )fflce n Erie hat .joue to Buffalo to en- ter upon his new position as tram dis- patcher thuie, He aurce-eds Mr Edwvtl P Closeey who has an extended leave of absence to practice law The Rev A J Fleming the rector of it John 3 Episcopal Churrh in Ene, has moved to Eric fiom Sorth East and is giving til of His time to the church in TO THE ur hum f a Tie flight n ansl tlnri r uliwn flinuit iflin. Llinn >i liarif, f nnl] u Uiilor t L n, n l ith t Bfi-net AMT n. r-ri- ll iiiy rrtrel n llari num It is to hi in fish i n if you in It 16 almost as easy is to hi )utotfmh )u unless you are indiiferent like our fi end Lamb who as a ii rd 11 be ao Prom us you can Iparn about the newest fashions in dry all II i IL Ml 1 Ii VII I i. I' IK III II I n I t l- in 1 ki u I I lit nt I IU t i .1 rm MI "th I'm ui O. 11 UISKK that pertains to Indn s wear aiu h I'tnen glovea hosiery untierwi ar ncckwair i eu and in cirpetH di tpcnes md n- tenor house decor itions I The npweut Pail ind Winter styles arc ready in all departments A w m- dertul lot jf attr-u tiona and barg HUH on h md I If y m want a dress hcrp are on able fibru from the world's (pntreis of fabhion rhoice uoodH intl barnims in- numerable If want a i loak if you wmt a oarpet, if you want dry of iiiy kind or a book (we rnuan t f irget tbp come t) as and see the fashions you rant come write and learn what IH fashionable in wcunng apparel in house furnishings anil n literatim- t wait to have fashion thrust upon you You can irhieve fabhion by tradim? here and achieve it reasonably We aoheit correspontlfncc about any- thing in onr Imp of business Samples are sent freely queries answered to I i 11. i 1 in lit] f-IJl IH )r r-t 1 -itio in ruinit-Ii i I 'I' I" ri in Ill III HI-, liav w miJliii.l i f< l 11 in i n n K i I ui g a lltmmi 4 I a lt IDLE MONEY 'tfi -o us tu v t-i'i fc evnt pi-r anntir.i. ('ipital t'aa withd iwn it iny time-. New York Stock Trust, H W 4J.I. ITRJTfcT M. TV Hm Biother-m-Luw r Xov Dail mgton W C Rhoilrs ruck hia brother in 11 v John F'ovd, wheieunon Floyd shot Bho les m the heaei Rhodes ing supper i is has been innounred the Lad'es Aid 3oc eij if thf Baptist church will that city st ;oan Epibcopal Church I atantly Contrary to the rule you will IB getting alonif nit-Ply and IB that flnd ahoppmn with us through the mails stage where it t an gt t along with the as aistance of the dioccaan appropriation, saya the Erie rimes Tie t-hurch at Torth East ta beinff supplied by mis Inother Failure N ia au.l Ot i rtmr m iTicrim ki ule t i i sly men to 'i.u i a i ejj preferences NW Yin k he tirm OK, -s have Barnes BIST Caion I S jOTVS crpas SHi. uuT tif Union Puciae Boad. statement of the Ilc enare 'ys'eni forMptember earnings ot OoS T4fe m- net decrease, Steamihip Arrivilj Yesterday TOBK. Xov La Nor- aandie from Havre. 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