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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               DUNKIRK, N. Y., TBURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1890. NO. 87. B RESESTATIVE CJ5INESS HOUSES ON VFPT'F W7 WAP tna Seventeenth, under marching orders VU IHC, YJMlUt ft YYAfi. at Won Russol, near iliia city, expect to leave nuy moment. BALFOCR RETALIATES. DUNKIRK. A CONFLICT BETWEEN TROOP3 AND REDSKINS EXPECTED TO-DAY. .-ill ki B.1 I I [Tll'tl i -if ijiank., u Uejmrlinenl 'if oikirk Printing ami '225 Central Ave, .1; IMinUtgrtpiiur IndiantunemiB liaim-b 'i ipeeiaUv. "ait lor films mm; lor i Sc '.'i, Monday m.uTtink; :i. -n.. lir i. .n., unit, f.n-ilie'r ni.lii-c.l THE NEW TELEGRAPH LINE. The Oty txi Utse of fta P Charges Piilitlnul Summary of bdhiness transacted dur- ing the two weeks i-ndinir November 12th Estate, of Carrie Ferauson iate of Jamestown. Will admitted lo prohate and letters 'estamenUry issued t.i Flyiiu J. Ferguson and Georie B. Ferguson, e.v. eillors. Estate nf John S. Taylo l mcny. Will -admitted "to LONDON-. N'ov the Conservative letiurs testamentary cram newspapers yesterday Mr K. Taylor .uM Fred W Tavl, fours -perch ii.-liverc'i at. Gramby HUM j lorn ,r. Then: -v.-r- .n-r I p.state of U. Pi.-kard, lale o i.utX) :-HI-SOUS i r-.-nt at the and Will admitteil to Mr. Lalfoiir len-ived an eni IIUH.RM ie re- I Sf With Political Ciipitnl Out of the iu Bent Ha In Only Tiuiibln to Desilt Europeieu lale Stanipede of Settlors, OMAHA. Nov. Settlers from Cody, a town near the Rose Bud Indian reserva- tion, are Hocking into Valentine, thirty- throe miles diaiant, for protection. They j say uiat the Indians came into Cody to j buy ammunition and that the post: tradei-i have adviaed the settlers to tuke refuge in the town. The troops sent out from posts in the department of the Platt n'ous. when- will not reach the Pine Ridge reservation until to-day. The army officers think that the settlers' stampede will be the most serioua result of tile Indian scare. s- the vr-n-iarv -aid wiih THEY STAND BY PARNELL, reptinn. In his -uld't that he 1 eeu e.i with i nnd kiml uf un.-.vunpieil m En- glish liistorv in any olinr.d not reeenl ly wiili Ireland. Continuing he -.11.1. -I have ncvr shrunk frnni ralummes face to f.ice, and I count, them my li.-ip- piest mi mem- hen, instead of saying these rhu.ii-, ln-hin I my buck, tlmy bay them to my [.in- ;n the house of rom- contradict -Jiem. whether tney them in the commons or through the nitmthi ot illustri ,u.t poli- ticians like .Money :md (ilail- or whether tin- .iijh the obscure 1 testamentary ur'intcd j J Pickard. sole executor j Estate of Francis J. Murphy, lite .it I D'liikirK. Will admitted t'o probate letters testamentary aranted to jCmnariue E. Murphy cxeV'.itrix. Kstate Curtis C. Dennison, late of Villenova. Will admitted to probate; ami letters testamentary Surah C. Dentiihon. sole ex. I list ale of Eugenia Phillips, laic of iCeiinedy. Will admitted to probate I'ind letters testamentary granted to Al- bert L. Phillips, sole executor. Estate of Flavins J. Curtis, lale of Kiantoue. The Common Council met iu Commit- tee of the Whole with the Mayor at the curlier of Lion aud Third streets ou Wednesday afternoon, to consider the petition of the Postal Telegraph Com- pany. The company aaked the right to sou- run its lines through Dunkirk, and sug- trusted as the route that it should enter and 'm Railroad avenue, run through Third d to Stephen street to Central avenue, thence to Sec- ond, to Pike and to Front, ou which last naicud street the line would run out westward. Mr. Edward Conrou, of the company, WHS present at the meeting. Thu Mayor and Messrs. FHhavnn, Wager, Jones, Russell and Mayo. [t was decided that the company should be given the rifjht to puss through the city ou the route described. It was agreed upon, iu order not to make the number of poles ou Third street too gicat, that the company should take down the present electric light poles, and mount the electric light wires upon its own telegraph poles ou that street. prniiale adinitteil to probate The city ia to have the right to use these channel of t he nan! U- turer f >mmon -r. I am t i met ;hem. "Bo.liinund out. or the hou.w of com- to mons I llnve icti-il with the single-minded g n it only lint P. "J which mpt iriiierent, I letters testamentary granted to Lucy i poles for any of its purposes -fire alarm, Curtis, so e executrix i -m etc. The poles are to be titty foot ones, Irish Say Ha in Sufoty of tho Irish Cause. I NEW YoiiK, Nov. 20-Mr. Thomas P tllH Gill. M. P., stated hurt night to a reporter] of the United Press that the Irish gates n this country had cabled to their colleagues in Ireland to the following effect: -They stand (Irmly by the leader- i ship of the man who has brought the Irish people throutrh unparalleled diffl- j cultien antl (lantern from servitude and despnir to the very threshold of emanci-j patmn, with a courage anil success un- I am h of conte object, dele-! The Irish politicians have tun ionuf been in the habit of regard- H .mil bu for Ci'i E F.ne J. t'rnp. i K Tmr-1 slreru '-.r met Wire rf b rnmi1-' mittie 'Jj equalled in Irish history, and they do 10 i not only out of gratitude for these un- tll'w paralleled services In the past, but iu the milnlf" profound conviction that. Pnrnell's gtates- manship and matchless qualities as a L'ule-M there is- an absolute failure to leader are essential to the safety of the -.vi.rd from tiie Messiah on the day of Irish cause.'1 the arrival of the troops a conflict is said concerning the above mes- .Maj. Butler's column went into sage: "I do not believe t.hat Mr. Glad- aamp last night, about ten miles from i "tone will demand the retirement of Mr. rrn D. M trrKsuN ail Leii'lera ol .i.imim :i ii CD.. iUrnl Ave :nl H J STK.V-H CO.. Pine tii'.lge. ['he officers are prepared for seems now to be a ceitain combat. Manv of the inendly Indians have left the and are now encamped at Rnall- Mile T ,ey have signified their intention of -iid.njj mi- whiles. There is much uu- i e.'is IH-S imongilu: icttlers in Northwest- 1 ern Nebraska ami Dakota, j but the arrival of the troops haa obviated a siampmle. SITTING BUL i our ipe  have live to ren families. Two hundred I were -cut over to tlie east side 1 nt" the river to go to Fort Berth- The authorities are fearful that they Parnell.1' AH to the effect of the O'Shea- Parnell case on English and Irish public opinion. Mr. Gill said: "I think that over there rhe loathsmne character of O'Shea and the true facts of the case which not brought out at the trial, are so well known that tlie impression produced on public opinion is very different from what the cablegrams to this 'aj in the city yesterday on hig way to he Lower Brulu agency. A party of Ll'teeti or twenty loaded with his leople accompanied lam. These Indiana re well-learned and highly advanced, and it has been thought that they would ,ot b- led away by the Messiah craze that now causing so much excitement .mong the Indians west of the river. 3ut a talk with them brings forth the act that they also believe in the coming the Indian Messiah, who will wipe tha white.-, from the face of. the earth. hey gradually being worked into a fite ot exireme exjiremeuc by the new raze. Emissaries of the Messiah are now working among the Sioux and Lower Brulus u-ii withstanding the vigilance of he agency authorities. An effort will be made to capture the disturbers whan they vill be driven from the reservation. The utmost watchfulness is being exercised by he authorities and any outbreak of ex- itement on the part of the Indiana will ie promptly suppressed. ".tie Aurora Ita Jit. roud Watch. st. Mcrcnant (5 CPncrai Avenue TAKE NOTICE. Ttf. T. lumse> :iinl I limn AND fIRSlKT'T.EX l KaL'U- ;unl "Ui -tiv 'innts ;iml rrit i-i- cc-iit, ,-in ihnu in his ijreu -t. a tit c g. Ail kind ilis. T for -lock ELYS CATARRH antl TRT Tli EtT 111 A particle ia applied into each nostril and In agreeable. Price oO cents at Druggists: by male ELY Warrea Hew York. The Bannur City for Xonwrcil, Conn., Nov. 20. Miftsrs. O'Counur nnd Harrington of clie Irish en- voys addrcyaed a larue and enthusiastic meeting here htst niyht. They wera e.scorred to tha hall by the Catholic so- cieties of the town and rhe way was ablaze with fireworks. Twenty cbonsand dollars were raised and Mr. O'Connor expressed thankH ro the people for their generosity and did not hesitate to Hay that Xorwich thus far was thebannercity in the land for liberality mid cordial -.ympathy extended to these visitors. CruniiBil Under thx Wheels. DETHDIT, Mich., Nov. ao. William Robinson, Michigan agent of the Grand Trunk here, while attempting to board a moving trriiu .it Lapeer. Mich., missed his footing and fell under tHe wheels. He died trom hLs injuries early yesterday morning. Mr. Robinson had been in the employ of the Grand Trunk railroad for upwards of twenty telegraph operator to the responsible po- I sition of Michigan a-.'ent of the I Granti He .eaves a 'ivniow and four uiuiUri'.u. ON THE WARPATH. linnx anil Cheyenuas Invite tlio Troopi to Cotnbnt. rFF'iLO. Wyo., Xov. 30. Frank Guard, tue government scout, haa report- tiiat and Cheyenaea of Da- ioui are en route from their reservations the B.u' Horn mountains, thia state. lu- journey ib about aw miles, and can. OH mane iu three or four days. Settlers ire ulnrmcd, as the rcnpgadescanacarcely retrain :rom killing ,uul burning. Gov- ernor irreu has asked Gen, Brooke, tlm Platte department, to recall the cavalry marching from Fort Mcltmney. near Buffalo, toward the rail- way. Guard is an experiencec and reliable scout, and his report cannot be questioned. He the Indians ilo not care Co make a 'iu'ht in Dakota, but will entertain the iu thu Big Horn mountains, if the latter care lo follow. The Indians will tiaro no picnic in tlie Big Horn country, tlie range has uten bars for a year ind where tha snows reach, a depth of ten aud flfujeii feet The seven companies of MOTHERS and nurses should always re- member that disapointtneut never at- tends the use of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, price only 25 cents. Mo wonder people say the climate is chungine, with all the queer weather we are having lately, and to be free from catarrh ie a privilege. H'e have how- ever an excellent remedy for this ail menr, Old Saul'a Catairh Cure. A rhnrrli lilnwil Down. Sov. 2.1. heavy accoin i.-inied by h.idi wind the Wyumintr vnlley yester- day aftfrnmm antl did much damage. At Plymouth, four m.k-s imm In-i-e, tin hail storm prevailed i everybody has been somewhat reacted frnm. too. ;ia rhu magnitude of the obligation becomes more fully realized. There was a slight improvement in prices toward the close of the day. but ic is the general impression now that it will be a long time bet'ors the market, recovers its buoyant'V. It is officially announced t.hat the Bank of; England will not from thia time out place any restriction upon loans by reputable houses, but will exert all its influence to relieve any stringency in the money market. The coiiv-.eted .lefendants in the Tip- perary conspiracy trial, who were present in court, were removed immediately to the police quarters at Clonmel und then into jail. They were cheered by a crowd outside the court house. John Cilllinan declared that he would, under no circumstances, submit to the wearing of prison clothes or other indig- nity. It now seems certain that Mr. Parnell will be continued as leader of the Irish party in spite of the loud protests of the i Conservative press and a gooiilr part of the Liberal press against such a course. The -everest blow struck at Mr. Parnell by his former supporters is the declara- tion of the Pall Mall Gazette that ho must resign. It ia also the opinion of the clergy in general that his resignation is necessary. On tha other hand David Sheeny. M. P., who was aeiiuited at Tipperary, is reported as saying that the enthusiasm in Ireland for Mr. Parnell and bis leadership is as great as ever: that the people .show nn signs of deserting him and chat there is an uni- versal desire to carry home rule through to victory under his command. Mr. Gladstone remains at Ilawarden. resting after his labors in Scotland, and gathering strength for the opening nf par- liament. He is said to be iu good health, though showing slight signs of exhaus- tion. The "British fund in aid of Ireland's struggle for now amounts to about. Efforts arc being made ny tile friends of Ireland to increase it. The Liberal campaign iu the Sheffield district opened last night with twenty :iie-.-i ing.-, held at as many 'htTerent places. The utmost efforts will be put :'or n (o win a signal victory in this im- pnrt.i'it The newspapers of Hungary .ire making j an api eal :o the patriotic people of that j eoun ry for a national subsci iprion to re- I lieve the poverty of tlie renowned Kus- sul h, now spending tiie last day's of hie of Episcopal church were comtuiitini? at the City Hall closed last night. It had a wonderful success. The receipts the lirst night were and the second nisilit nearly The was pleasant socially, as the Episcopal fairs always are. There was .lancing both nights, and last night a. charade was acted out, under thu direction of Mrs. dishing and Mrs. Bean. Those who took part were Messrs. BcrtC. Candee, Lewis y. Murray and Misses Fanny Martin, Emma riaunders and Carrie Hannah H. RnsEel! !atc of! Bcnjumin- h Wti" Kiantone. Letters of Administration i granted to Charles H. Ru.-'selL j In the notice of the St. Agnes booth jf Dennis Plato, late of Chan- i lav before vestet-day, the OBSERVER Letters of administration is -to nd letters of administration with the will annexed granted to Linus W. Wilt- sie. Estate of Sally Stom. late of Eljerv. Will admitted to probate aud letters testamentary granted to Richard Reed, sole executor. Estare of James Johnston. laic nf Gerry. Will admitted to probate and etters testarncntaiy granted to Colin lohnston. sole execulor. LEstate of Frank Lynch, late of Busti. Jetters of administration jtranfd to aane Lynch, limited to prosecution of action. l to Elizabeth Pluto. Estate )f Homer C. Churchill, lute of lustration iniiilvertently failed to spunk of one of thu most iiotablu features of the dis- play lit the fair. It ia not too late now to mention it, as it wad of an unusual cljiirader. OUH of tli-1 moat interesting narta of the whole display was the albums of California seaweed offered for sale at this booth. Tin- seaweed waa gathered by Mrs. liinman at ctiiTer- of Dunkirk. Letters of ,'idininMr'aiion ('nt on tlll! and the speei- aranted to Keunna Mackowink und An-: mena had been beautifully floated and 1 mounted, and collected in albums, showing a variety of sper.ius. They were pretty and intiTu.stiug and seemed Jamestown. Letters of adini granted to Rhoda A. Churchill. Estate of Elccla Fluker, late of Jumps- town. Letters of administration "rant- ed to James Fl iker.fl Estate of Harvey Meeder. late of Weatfleld. Letters of adminihtration granted to Lydia E. Meeder. Estate of Woicuhok Mackowiak. late thonv Klawaiter. Estate of Maijdolena N.iirle. of Dunkirk. Letters of admiuistnliou is- sued to Ellen [''lieu. Estate of Albert E. Chapman, minor child of Emeline V. Chapman. Letters of guardianship issued to David H. Brunson, __ Estate of Nathaniel Hubbard. late of Sherman. Judicial settlement of the ao counts of F. A. Eillia.administrator, de- cree made and ndmini.strutor Eatute of Maraia L. Mixer, latu'of Hanover. Judicial settlement of the ,u> counts of Harrison B. Mixer, adminis- .rator, decree made and administrator liscliarged. Estate of Douglass, late of Treuch Creek. Decree made leUiini: to be appreciated as such by the public. Thf of .1. E. steeple of the Lithuanian C.itluiliu chuix-h j iung exile in what is reported Co be a eon- was blown down .mil the .sirn.-iure other- ijition ot destitution, badly liuni.-i wise have Co be rebuilt.. It probably A Wreck on the Jersey Shore. PLKASASTVILLK. Jf. J.. Xov. graphit: advices la-t uight state that a large is ashora and is a complete wreck, about twelve miles below thu AD- lantiu light. There nre no simis of life on board. It is stated that steamers (if the Atlantic and Wrecking company have gone to the assistance of the vessel. Ftir tile Irish Causa. BUFFALO. Nov. Me.-srs. O'Bripn, Dillon and iSulIivaii adiiressc'l a monster meelmji at Music hall last evening. Many prominent citizens occupied sea s ou the stage. AC the of the nieetiug tno Irish h-iuU-rs were 55.000 as Bultai.i's eontriiiiuion to the Irish cause. Sevcntrfii Uursps Cremateil. CHICAUO, Xov. livery and boai-dimj sta''U- of L. Tura-'i' Co., I Evanstou. near tliia city, loticther with j seventeen hea'i of horses, sixty carriages aud a quantity of hnv aiul grain, ware buraed. Loss The Parisian police an; acting very mysteriously in reg ird to the murder of Geu. Stiiverskotf, the ex-chief of the 1 Russian police. It is rumored that the assassination was not the result of a Xihilisr. plot, but that the ex-chief was "executed" to prevent him from revealing secrets of. the Russian court. Berlin newspapers comment favorably n- ,n Signor Crispi'a speech at Turin, as showing Italy's firm adherence to the triple alliance, and She resolution of the Italian government to do its part in the of European order. Lord Salisbury has written a letter stating that the eslnbli.-hed church in Scotland has never before been in as great danger, since the reformation, as it is in to-day.________ Lurd Coleridge Kesames HiH Duties. LONDON, Nov. Chief Justics Coleridge yesterday resumed his duties upon the bench, having recovered from his recent indisposition. Vote of Confidence In Fameli. LlMEP.ICK, Nov. vote of confi- dence in Mr. Parnell has been adopted by the Limerick board of guardians. mg distribution of snrnlus. Tlio Xovember Crop Rep _______________ I The Agricultural Department has] issued its November crop report. For New York: The three beat crops of the past sea- son have been wheat, buckwheat, and j _'rapes. Thu season has been too wet and cold for good tillage or growth, and these conditions have made a iireat deal of poor corn and prevented late planted from maturing well. Much of the late planted and that upon wet around is soft, or the ears are short with the tips poorly tilled out. For these reasons the yield averages light. On dry and early land the corn is sound aud well eared. A considerable portion of the crop is still in the fields, as the land has been too wet to admit of it being hauled oil. and this excessive moisture has kept the stalks from drying. During the month of October it rained fully "one-half of the time. The yield of PI i aloes has been vcrv light. It ih cMiiiiaied that half of the crop thii- year has ratted, and on some delds on wet land the entire crop. The loss is mainly confined to the late plant- ed of thn late varieties. The long con- tinued aud warm rains in caused rapid development of blight, which produced an immediate dry rot and changed the bright hopes of farm- ers to disappointment and loss. There are large numbers of small potatoes, und so many defective ones that the quality is rated very low. In some instances the potatoes have had to be taken out of cellars nn account of rot, and for some time early in October .shippers The goods of the missing J. E. Shear, j found by Mr. Crocker's son of Fradooia at Diiinlli. were discovered by good 1 detcetive work. It wan found thut they lucre shipped by the Nickel Plate to i Erie. At Erie they were traced to the I Lake Shore freigluhoiisc, whence they hud been -hipped to Chicago. At Chicago i a further transfer was found, nnd a rec- Crocker caught up with them. FHEDOSIA, November L D. Ctocker received a telegram last evening from Diiluth, Minn., stating the other man who was mentioned in last night's OusEiivK.v had been captured in that place. Mr. J. H. rftuart, mentioned yesterday in the article on -I.E. Shen.r, is in no way a relation of .J. E. Shear or his wife, lie merely occupies the house which Mr. Shear once owned. This is printed at his request. Rooks at the Dunkirk Library. The following new books have been received by the Dunkirk Library Asso- A Real Robinson A. Wilkinson. Ueriot's W. Gary. Sunset, Pass -Captain Charles King. Ob, Thou my Austria-Ossip Schuber. translated by Mr. A. L. Wister. My Wright Mabie. A Cigarette Maker's .Marion Crawford. The Land of the E. Wallace. St. George aud St. MacDonald. Friend Olivia; and a Bow of Orange E. Barr. More games and evening To oar now long list must add, For the fun they give to pussji me To the maid and every lad. Th ev re evt-r am: always rht "or By the old antl young alike. With an eagerness and feeling That make the heart delight. Here anyone will please you, No matter what you buy. The latest that's among them Is the novel Nellie The Red-Head (rid and White Horse Kckha, and Arabian Sheiks Are most difficult to muzzle. But such American seeks. Tommy Brown's Visit to Town Or Snip Snap Snorum, It well done will give renown And deserve the best of scoring. As space is small we cannot tell The number here in store Of all the games we'd like to sell, To make you laugh and roar. KniR STORE. Practices What He Preaches. (This is 1890.) DR. MOTT, late U. S. Gov't Chemist, says Owing to the purity, strength, effective- ness, and constancy compo- sition of Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder, I have adopted the same for use in my home." July 23, 1890. Dry Goods and Carpets. We have the largest iissort- iim-nt of Patent Leather Shows in plain tops, hand and machine Hewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TL ETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our (fENTS1 Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. AMEIUCAN ni.OCK. 396-402 Main Street, V Y AS TO THE FASHIONS. lift tiiirii fuJiiorwtile, xome anliiave fanluiin, ami lumg fiutliian Lhriuit upon i. Cliarlf.it SULLIVAN SON, 2. 13 Centre Street SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT IMaii'' s all tin- intuiijir' roM W. fhre fur rouml trip, On account of "Thankngiven" the Nickel Plate R. R. will sell November .auiiit i ji-ui; j v tii wunJUcr Sill (J fjcra n> i j 11 would not buy them. Such a universal and 3l ucket" to a11 PmDl3 loss has not occurred aiuet Buffalo aud Chicago at one fare for The yield of tobacco is good, as the round trip. Return portion of ticket frosts held off until late in October, and j gooli including November 1. Open. De.-eni May... '.'orn. E. Tm-ner'a stank Wire. HiBli. Low. Closed. there, was time for a full icrowth. Hay was never better iu quality, and the yield was well sustained on acvoinit of the abundance of moisture during the season of growth. Buckwheat ia the best paying crop of the year. There haa been considerable loss by delay in harvesting, but the yield has been I afire. Grapes have yklded bountifully aiid "Ull> have universally ripened. On wet lands they mildewed some, but on the whole this crop has been the most remunera-i Pork. tive of any of the fruits tilled a pub-! -fan ._.....11.70 lie want." Apples an: the lowest in I oil 70 m-- rs yield, as thousands of orchards have' L______'- produced scarcely any and some none at! The Lieriertafel society of Erie all. even in the famed apple districts. about to erect a building for its Pears have yielded much better. own use. wfien tailor brmujlit him a nan coat wtt.li avelvet Hollar   on every hand. If you want a dress, here are fashion able fabrics from the world's centres of fashion, choice goods and bargains in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if you want carpet, if you want dry goodt nf -tny kind, or a book (we musn't forget the come to us and sec tlie you can't come, write, ami learn what in fashionable in wearing apparel, in house furnishings and in literature. Don't wait to have fashion tbrut-t upon you. You can achieve fashion by trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about any- thing in our line of business. Samples are gent freely, queries answered in- stantly. Contrary to the rule, you will find shoppine with us through the mails a great success. W.VVr-M.' .V llr-l Mannifer tor iliih city ;ni'l v-ii-inily Uiir .....nf Aei-nleilt IllHUruniy! It'yilll- ot Urn line" aim U. IJIIASE, V. II. after nn experience ot twenty live yenrfl :n now prepare'! trint_ Il-'-c.i in the IM-M manner. IlefereiH-itH rpuy litnilii-'l ti-iini Krioik Mny 'ir W. M. Aln'll All may be left lit Mr-. Imkery. yj I'HJIMUT Co.. I'au'iit 7Ui i .it., W iihliinirum. I) C., opu. L'. S. relent lli e I'aU-.noi, and ivactireit. erwl. Ail Patent InitiiniiMi teraU! Keen. I on rwiutiMt. uliir lhal. he Vim Tliir-l :H -i-lilllfil nv Si. u il'-p.-trert to (ur pa-t piili-i tip .n Sir l ;n t'tr- tn 10 Hllti 3! A MONTH .-an be ih who Jurnibtl :i Wtllllt! tltllu Ul thU llllKinCHH. nifiinenlij muy h't protltabiy A few v. -tea in unvnn and cities." H. miirm ,t Co. Miun-nl., Ricllinimil, .15 51' 11.17 is IDLE MONEY Invested so as to yit-ld tt-n cent, per annum. Capital can be withd'jiwn at any Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trust, w.vr.r, MTKKKT, NKW YOKK. UuDKliiCK II. MamiK.T. 1 ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY GOODS AND CARPETS. A.MEIUCAS BLOCK. llH BOTTAI.O, S Y. C.C. PENFOI-D Manufacturer and Injportrr. 3tt4 ST., BCFF.VLO, N. J. D8ALKB iy Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Leather Goo-la, .Vff, HOLD SJL VKB PI.A 7YA A COMPLETE LLSK OP 91AIX STREET, BUFFALO, T. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures   

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