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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21. NO. i RESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. IU is f I i (fr ruling tlui iteita t 1 tl HI U) lit jHirtnu nl I k I'l nt ny nmptin K J2. n" i iU vr i mr inl i entral Vve InHUiiiUmeoiiB liu ties i spei i til fir -nlnbhlni ti ept fur no Uu I II i .L.NOKRY-I KKS IllVTNf, [Jrj- N II I n 1 air ul m ur bill [Jitnkirl N mi. Ml t L4 t tl II U 1 U 41 Or leld iiAii'elto All wirk ,fuiiriiitciil AMERICA'S GREATNESS. IS VILLARQ OUT I QROVER THE CLEVELAND'S SPEECH JEWELERS' BANQUET K-5 CKDCHEIti OH cntl tl Avunuc til n uu luth r n Ixportc I imi 'i na, IT taaware i ilil VLIJt 1 UOTBL, H.I s, pt i 1 y i -t- 7 ill IK 11 t n, suilili i (iimn lion Vif tor Ruler, I.-1" and .U7 Lion direct. UTY t5 SHOP 4 j i h V ij, e Pr p em'er Lake Allure National Unnk, cornel eiiier an i Hurl -Trtna V lino atoi k of roic ui 1 Ut i OBSKKVER. Daily in JIG Cfmntv inallc L i mulmm CO1IF t- I PdjiplL n rs it I IILH 11 IJL Pul i HIM rs u P itu.ma I1 irj, i u in i V to )r 11 r i.K) _U -05 M I t i i 111 t L M umf ti ri tif i "f nuv U tn I DiuiA.uk ptrft (t iiun, r H-. hi ju T i m ill lea t i i u in uiii it i I li} jouin n I; nu Til i nil r t- ur ei. t 1 I CHI I in im in t i i fui jt I'r i] irl r n t tii nl ut i iij Bx-Prnldont OB DI.I Theme 'Our Ouutry DIM It be the GretttaKt un of Strength the Country (ypou Unity of the People NE Y Jl sme nth na- aual  his representamo here C B Bivht wius then the ruling spirit and was apparently m control Villard wiui re el( cted a director and so were all the members of the board who n.id been working in harmony with him Wh it is more important is that tho boaid of din i tors then e-licted serve for three term having been ex tended to that pmod at a meeting held on June U None of the Rockefellers could AWAITING THE HOSTILE REDSKINS INDULGING IN GHOST DANCES In mt- Bifel IndliiiiH Troubl Bufftlo ting null'ti dun Hi mta tinil ComoiiLiid Ilimi h fluti Riilire v a Rniijh F ir Inrch suffurlnj liming fhe M NM U'i LIS Mm i N n I L Pierre, S D m ml ti Ule In nine Capt rvilic i s ntial ot the government stai in I h re to i Ijudieiae Indian claims i st r la mid i istt to the 1 vo Kettle tube ut -HJHJC liMn0some listuici ipDulmei 11 e-, Ind i ib are purtlj and t] e i p irt w seiicu lattii th it Ih vpreiltsc i ti thi i 'mm a to ,.50 tn R b n 1 1 it imp and join tin1 host 1 s n jr.h st I mt es When the e ipi un found these ttl >ws hey posit vel, d mil it iad mule ilfl il It to hu, eili it Ihi' eiptam nett wutcd mon. row 1 uric tnd !lim> Rib tin twjluitdmen it th bun 1 in t 1 ln-y t >1 1 tut. im ttiut niihM in hud un- ited them rr jin I hi i n I n k In 1 ins ind ont evtnmij vinlt. ilii v 1% i  it said in the ui Wb papi rs that nn not Co join in the niw MLssiah Fn ner the) stited tiiat nithm tin past eral ot the h (stilts kad ipptuid imong thum making threats th it it they lid not be TUMI juitetday m regard to the reported join thun i foici. be sent it purrhuau ot over 100 OOU ah an a of North once to massucrc all the Ino Ktttle i.rn Patifii. preferred I tribe witliour iriimt, Pn.suU.nt Oaka i _ inn t ii-'" VI 111 HU I 1LH M lall ll lll- Ubii 11 k 1 11 'i-N t tin I i tn i lit I inns 11 I in 1 el -Illl Il I Ucil I ill oile I >NKOi' 1 I'll V.iM UA. K. e Hi ii Aieu le i r i I i 11 i Pi it I s 11 s 1 I Ji r i b 1 I 11 er itrael i, i t nn U irnc'sa -a I 103, it i ttilia li llf u i Ltnlii s V nil in lslel_i t li s Ibl 1 l t nLrtt I -.t 11 emeu w 1 J 1 I i ii Tin uefoie [itirt uao P." L it Ll) 1 Js t IH II A i ii in ti i I uc it H h it u i i u f ill ii m ti 11 ill v vt my r ite it i i I t ,1 iinv nir i ountry ind H mtm le n 'Vt ill dti it, iv ll i pi ni tun mil m like r m st i i i in un nint it it without si mi n 1 v h ihi i >th i liki it ir c. E v i u mil r ipust t> leeluf on v it  1 111 UU VI HIS I tho i h s bn saitl tt dispose if tht sii jc t L bv a shoic cut and though I have it hind t> tie i' with it m ill ita i isnetts the Vnitiuan dibposltiou to i out nintiv is stuinir, with nu' tn t L mi hsinelinetl l i ib indou m> allot 1 -rutitntn m i m inner quite so sum i u u v II im t ret im it foi i few nun it I kn w t uo better w to deal vi i n th m to divide it md consi ler one j i in h i p irt t nn It is is sometimes j tii in u it h i lony t xt m the pu1 pit I it piou ise to iiiv somt tinny ibnnt tin v il i ui is K 1 ited to the sentiment n im iv I his s i ininttj because the people- betl it because thej r lie it i in eloped t bi e uise tin v hive t n _ht loi it and bci anse they i v it Vnd still uh Kcneritlon of Via in ins hold it oulv in tiuat tor those vt i ill i 1 e jme attei tiiem ami the are ell toi the obliK iti MI to trmsmitit is l ruin and I is it came to their hands [t is not GUIS to deatroj it is not ouis t i -til inti it is not ours to neglect and njue It is OUIH as our funilits ire )i md ib oui ebiin vn b ind sell ills ue I ouis pr >tt c l m 1 i i iBiid to toster and mipimc Vs its stteugtli mil its fltucha to null its pt mi sell lestmj ui pends upon it nint) me of our highust duties said I confidently believi that the Rockefellers and their associat s lately ulded largely to thur holding of stocks and bonds of the Xorthern Pacific company He stated positivph that tin ro was no truth in tho repoit th it Vtliard woultl retire 01 IMS forced out if the company Other parties identified with both mteruts say that the 1-7 (XII) shares of pre fornd slock hi Id by the- Vorth Vmereao eompanv were hvpothce ited to si-eiiii' loans wcie soltl by tin eriihtors and then bought m by the Rockefellers AJ> the Roc ki tellers are said to h ive been Iteavilj iiitirested m North Ymtiuan the control umot be said to hive changed Tm.ips hantis The officers ot the Ninth Vinenean corn panv id mit that some its sicmities hiv n account of recent tie velopmcnts lu the marktt but this arp the inh int s win can speak on tint mit-I tii and thej ictuse to be mtiiviewel Ihe -julnr monthlv mtfnntf f the Noitln in Pacilii w is held yestucliiv but noth n.z tr inspired to indie ite mv eh mije No rtsun Mans weie received ami the these In h ms stan I n nreat leai of the hustles and siud tin y vvert into biding mmetlinteh mtil the ,rcat father si nt IUH soldiers no i m et them Thecaptun tlso leun d that But fal> i son it sit in. Bull wh i is with the Iw y Kettle hand hid rteeltlv Had his stirlakea him bu. mse he would not make tm arrest if in Indinn Mesii ih who w is in old bosom fiiend i t his Hi sent word to his f itht i stating that he w is m ler ur st bei mse le w us i sou of bit! n_' Bull HARDSHIPS OF WAR buslines ti maacted was tile deelan tion ot the regular qu irterly dividend of 1 pet c cnt CAUGHT UP SHORT lIouM Mm Us Carter of Crime Piomptly in the Hurt TTK v N T Nov Marks otRochtstti N Y who spcuiel SS IKK) by xpn ss tr ni the National ommercial bunk of New York bj mi ans of a tele im to w hieh he forged n imc of W 11 l im iteis e ishiei ot the Flour City National bank >1 Rochester w is cup tured in i house of ill f.ime m thib city bust i tnmg bv hief ot Pohcu Dan well md Ufflur 1 mil who had traced his mm fluents trom a hotel His sate Inl 11 ntaimns bW ot the stoltn monev in the original package w IIH Marks hati aha-vecl off hia mnstiiehe He positively refnaed to m ike any st itement Ihe Rochester officers have been notified of the capture i Ij f im Colil VWiithiu t 1 Milt lipi VH v Nov JI i. Pmc is D special t 1 h n l I Hi i il i s i s Gen Bi j iks md tht niihr uv n millennia i les- him 410 iiuved at Pun Ridgi IILCI nt v it Ink wstcilis m irnmu irtt i th n ii_iusr fenced in u h evei p inn d bv IH Idest mtmbeis it thi et mman I Ih nips suife e I i i it ilill> ticmtht mill dmm, them in i H r v un the nult- vhuh vis iiunn it 1_ 1 k Ihe 10 uls ut i thatst vn il v i_i us MIC >v ituin ti m th vvn ami iV un stc r n mied Burke fi mi F rt Oui u L vv is Inn iilundir one ot them his hip iimir. In ik n M m iehivs wer inst I bv sin h let ideiits Iheie w it uo I ostilca to meet the s il hits when thev unvei' it the ut md ihev it ouei v nt mt tampon i nl it m i omru md ng the valliv Tick R 1 f loud md i lor it tht t in itics wcrp it mn I d uvpiit fn milts u puttmir the lini-iluni; tiiuliisjn i tmr tli s d mec Y steitliv v is the daj sit tor the Mtssiah t) ippear m thu toi tn it a buff ilo but ip to no in no st r iv Measi ih ir bull ilo h id been repotted in t ic i -t iv in ion The Indi m piiuptii-vp all i sunit'd In r 1 itv Lheie lie manv Intli ms ibout the iireacj v on Ji t ubiiiucntlv thtit i-- i u k ot hostik's abour thf p ist ill it them being lovvu on the fstnv iti u it the v iinous v ill itfts vv hi re thpv lit holding thel dell i ice of )ldtis if the The issue 1 ij is Mondav BHOI N wi lib i I T ic ipi sc is jn if M his nculj i me i 1 >m uni 1 i 01 n u i i in f tLt i s e-t v i mm k t 1 fijin this si t tu n Th pt ce th avei u s v CM i' t h ss tium ist i ir h n bt en 1 an 1 i i ir_r mi un it in HU y bus n nil s i l ijrip .ir )W is h mi s t_ m turna ire i t it i m i b i u c i i u tlul th O V u i II irt i V Fij i t Bioi t n L P rt 11 1 m_ i us [hi I i H l HI i ip n i n in 11 i li 1 P n i n i U i C I B i i l i.; t i did i pn 11 -i -'i e i s in t i t I d i D m'ul ss e n i ,i ipi h iv e j n ist 1 f n wine t >a-v il th i i 1 t t t HID ear I) ids Ot thi i i ivi U) is 11 bi en ilnpi e 1 ti u Ri )1 v es t el 1 m 1 Tictl mia It iviiij the P n ill i u not fai fr m en i Is i t nl until ist in lnur ih si n_'tii i m 'i bitter inileistiotl wht u the u 11 la irt n iueed tobuskits Ulivtu 'H'D baskets to thi t ar wt h ive th t >t U if J -HO 000 b isk is ivei iijc )f JO 11 nl maU s nt irh Hi >0 OOU is he' in uu mou j thit -vill be libtnbut 1 i n )iu Port! md Lrt ipe jro-v is Oi In s un uiit fully tJllOii) will be I ik n n t sin riuadmjtJwnH bv the _n ipi pi k rn aaduotfu ti nn 000 wi 1 bt piu 1 for the bask ta 1-1 1 i luj pit mt it town so tint mi proxpi ntv is nt t e inri u 1 en nelv it home i in nn is whi li it u s pel biibki t it ,t i ei 1 l l Oil" P r n le VV ne V s I l in 1 nr i uul i H e) ill'- rk L' i 1 i 10 inij i- -non I ''L ikUOLlU HOLOfiiNU VDEK, i ir llul I uut BuQ i o SU. jt, i er i Ul iuui Muble b I50t i ne e. it in THC uefore i dt le l k A to. inil buying t fc -out dticeu luaki W ua Bi lutllea I ui-or store ir V i-nily l ROBt'IT i (tu t Bui-i ii. -tic i. i u i_ j tit, i i thL Ucptit L I an t Liven it uu rcii iblt, J ii-a i -tnu b I "surantt, Lr r-5" j 1. c. t-ij. okeil Pen trv >01 Centril Avc. (Up i ibiir tuce in I Hu il Ksuitc V i itat imi Live atouk nip m nt on v 11 to buying i I at, and and Sti.. 3 the Auron Railioa I Witch D ur s a Fr Jk 51 F Third at Mt rcha it T i lor 16 l Vvcnuc TAKE NOTICE. f H T T h ib in lus jicen u >r I- i, i i i t Hi tint i Uiu U t eMitfi 1 "1 uitb mil wt All kimt ft i uit 111 t 11 m L-iit t nt s hrnbs vl I NtfU pt i cent In r t r tii l i IBS tork 'inn u in LHIV lit i i lu ic ELYS anil THY nit i LEI HAY-FEVER A parnOe is ap 1 into eacn nostril and IB e i-i iccjO cents aCDrieeists wiatared 60ctB- ELY BBOTHFRS 58 warrra Street, Hew Tort o. ii ihn ss iimoiiL; )iu peoplt1 to the end thu ill n i; hi uiilv co oper ite m pel ihi ttrma til anr iiust Va tt im ua ill so ill should be iceorded un equal ihfiic m us bemlits Itiasoeou atruuii tl h it. ita >rk 13 badlj done nnd us ipenit on perveucd when specnil and id intakes ire uvv irtlud to imy uur 11 ul u e iiss of our people II permit gnuspinij aelfldhaeas to m- tlnent t is in the ciue of oui trust are untiue to our ,md our coven mrs Our countiy is ours" 'or the purpose ot securing through its mt msjuntue happmu'-s and prosperity to loi th> [impose ot permitting tin1 seltish anil designing to be enriched aC tlu eXfjejibe thin fellow Il HII dutj then lotltteml antl protect HU etmntrj while it n mama in our hands n m that sclilshness which if per nut tti will sun 1) umleimme it aa cieulv as it is tmr duTj to defend it mist armed enemies Nor ue we tlisen listed floiu our obliga- tions is it mr country if we Iv i reserve ic m the snme i ondition is when we received it lln; march of and civilization throughout the vvoild impoaea on us the tilt) ol improving the subject of o ir ti ust so that it may be trans inured to others ra such an advanced condition of piospentv and growth as smul ueiii witness to oui faithfulness and oui ievoiion to us mtiiiests He who hid his taleni m a napkin and added nothing t t is coudemuctl is uni uthful when ea'Uil itun to an account of his stew a ils'nn Let us itjoice then in the j i t ness >t oui eciu it iv but let us re iifin n i thit it will be oiu bimiie it it la i t uiadf Ut us of the conntiv uhihis mi i but lut our bo ist- etnu ntl with he leflecium that its po-.sc SIOH is cammed with i sacred tuiht let us bear in mind that while it is ours to patriotically and r i ismit to ciimiug itions our rel i nb r it is made m ire serious bv the i h it m l bioadeat md most solemn m min_' oui cuuntryis somethmgwhich is an e and mt belongs To the vvorlu md which in Ua bles ctl mission belongs to humanity Rev Dr 111 Nov Jl Di Lhailes H -pu Q tile tamous rumisttir is con i net! to his house with an attack of gout Toi are ware of-course that cattarrh will become chrome unless checked at occe by Old Saul's Catnrrli Cure. Only 25 ceuts If a numerous household ia the safe- ty of the Republic It might as well be proclaimed at once, that the remedy upon which such household should be reared is Dr Bull's Baby Syrup No Trouble Vnticipitteil in CnETfNM W i 21 Lie pott thut the Inch ins coming through GBuerm Onlors the mi-r ountiv m U v nnlnu; BOSTON Nov 21 Commander in rhiet trom the Pine to the- -ho-m ut of the trnnd Vrmy cif thf Republic has caused die pw pit l N >rtinui mmg to tak for the p t ntiou ot two comp mies of tronps a F rt McKmney who weie untie ordeis o prot letl to Pine inti limcinoi his u ketl the troops to bt ru unnd In n-pnnse to I nut} Note A >t stone tliLViU- 111 e b t the otBeci mil the iwuer if ta rnj u is been notilie 1 Charles luilsun yuits il "v is Jent from Jimestowu tj th Biilil) pon.tenti uy N jvembi i t )i six months Hi' w is onei i mm t w n th au 1 mtiui ui e but >t 1 Ue ye u hi, I e- c >mu addicted to d m i Us ncseit olteni-e w is ste ill i_ m )v i i it mil billing it n n ler 11 _et mom j 11 1) u whiskv He bis lieu ici 11 Uives i ir borne Tue I im st )w i --ii et Ru v iv in pun} Ua I t_un v tk t n ts p r usi tieiii the b i iti u in_r Pie- itt H ji shut jiT b} piling The bu l 11, w b l stibbtanliid iruk sit u t ire Uhe u stibks will ic bu U iverw i i ir house of but It w ill h u II i 3e U> titi w tb tin in t .atll bpim_ is uui h ri 1 h is t wiee and mnitletl b un i i wires w tk th it t in h i 1 be f rforund 11 i md The fin t vn B u i i i _r i v ik iitsii i a usually nsileiel lu vv n k t l body lleii nti; the R at 1 h i I i il It alt IT ui sit 1 t m i pumshid fjr selling t ettes November thev bin' I il- n-r irreste 1 f n tenlin j i lu use f )ijetl} purposi s Thu h mse i ion is Ut itt 1 near ue if tli M inn 1 ii thi rainy wt i thy lor's m thi c 1} will bi u l 1 in similar eh bil fir h is issued ijeueral ordera Nos 5 d and T The first irquues m inspection in all de- piirtnn nts ot posts not inspected previous and encourage I to tjSK illst; national encampment and callb upon the department cominanders to take iielion m the matter of delinquent posts The' second order appoints asbistant inspector gener ils in many ot the depart- ments Bj the same order announcement is made th it the provisional department of Oklahoma and Indian I'eiritory was aa a permanent department laat Ihi third older makes announce ment concerning the noxt annual enc imp ment A man In Didffrace KuTonT N I Nov 11 Mrs -Uonzo Armstiong daughter of Cornelius But- tcm a leading family of this town charges Rev Robert Che'w the pastor of the Metho list Episcopal church it Cliftwood and lacksonMlle N" T with attempting to assault, her A complnint w is seut to the trustees of the church 1 ist Saturday Chew attempted to preach at the church sundav but the trustees shut door m his faei and dismissed the congregation Ihe presiding eldi r if the district will in eh to-dny Cbuw is a married m tn Mrs A.rmstrong s husband is the associate editor of the Kevport Enterprise Boy Hangs Himnelf In a Bum. CANTOV 0 Nov Edwards, the 13-jeat-old aon of Tacob Elwards a lumber dealer residing near vippo com mitted smcida by hanging himself in the barn The boy used  opinn n 11 the bankcls vv ife hat the bitnatlou in general vv u, miien impiuvc d An llan Commits siiic nle NEW YORK Nov JI V man ibout 33 yeirsot who at the Cen tral hotel as Ezi i lerson Altmnv N Y is found dead in lus be I yesterdaj liter noou at that hotel The tf ie was turuec on It is supposed to he a e ol suicide 1 U 1 r u i 1 i u v i it ut b i i in in n u h in its in ilia I d i H bi i mil 1 nfli r nine il k l] i n ['iik i i IH ,iht i if II UVe} Pllktl tlu Jill' W (Stlel Hill I i u mil i- vid tin spi t I it us to ii un i i I i e- Hi y t nil u >l pu k 1 1> )Ut mtwlu wild siivt ml Mi 1 ukei w w ib n is thtMcfeiue Ueiu t llv i >l esuield vli hatl the i'l )ve- lUht h n with Lmnin was Powers ei oud ind J u ob liulcr Puiliei s plue la O (n uly b s-ieond Iherefeiec l nu 1111 e 1 tin i tin rults wh h pi )h bi the -ti h )Id md the lull Nils HI The einilitioua weic CiUih us tali h in two point i leivs u bi st tw in tlnee Bi (J Oi i Iv pushed the tlijlit 114- P iwers stajuii; jn illfjuis Iwue "drill) tiled t j twiht him tiver bj his 1 _ra Pnvcis hi ikt thi High tht' Hist tl 111 but Went hi uid tin i liueeillul i fill though Powers a shjiideis seemed t j lliu lo h iv been (inte a 1 slimi e ll Jin the flooi Tune minnteb see mil B Ih s w is Ihe longest tiiecd the nglitmif airain tunic 1 m him iw >r three tnnis Omehi it Go i ad> into the in 0 di uly thi w luinaell buck ind Pnvcisf 11 bieiwuda Iiia siioiildi'is i mid t stnki tin tlooi sqiine1 but til ifeiee Inl n K s.ci it Iliey went >n wisiinu ibout an 1 when ttle lefeiee u i li in inn nun i in ut t the apt i ta- u n t Ui u i pi i vi i is in ivi m ul was n >t i [itk snip fill in O  ut If 0 Oi uh w ui lilt I) ut li w n n t to 'i t 1. 1 in in 1 1 n i w I v is tn it i I vi li bout -r t b nn n i V n i in ip it this A e ill v io uni le t n the in mcy to ip mil the in Ueh might be t ur Ihe 1 1 jwil t i U d on O Oi idy s u >ad t s iv wbethi'i the rtpoit wus ti but ht till not ouie fuiwai I t) it Tlic nut h th n I ne w t on ith tin c li m 1 1 Hi it it i i f ike 1 nl n >t leu ed Thu I B 5iit O ti ulv h h id been Millu itlensivi mfu n nv lioppul in l h han ia uul km i a in 1 P iwery hd w i ht w luted ippiniillj HI thi of- U niv It w is ipnttvbiul with much 1 1 ;s an 1 m o 11 iwcst ipes nuallv linn il Ouiilj inure in h s bai k n u nut s md w n the ll It II KID GLOVES! h.u f ui iili -on-< tor in itul P enti nn 11 Kid  .hort linjrci1- 01 i plump or i-, not tor u- ui pel it 1.1.1011 ot lit 01 dm Unlit} of ti "t Una Its Kjputition .ind its n ILis guinfil for it at .1 Kui. dlove oL pi-i fi i tion Th it is evei (list tin s inn -ERIE STORE b ut it mini's n it in it, in i i it appi ariime befoit the si in 1 Tins >iUt i i i k Pi) Kill M I le I 1st l tut ii tli 111 sllsl I I s m i nl ip e ir i u i i TI uw w i lu 1 speet itoii t In tin w is u v is ipp u cut v set im i )i ei l nl v is u u tr c 1J iw i i m at but 111 t -it h a ji) is t suf spei I l in fi nu ll 1 1" rliv Ilu ijen 11 u i in. vii ile m Hi h i Hi v i s >i P ih In t l u ill 1111 11 1VVH H I I ki 1) h S i l kti m I H lei )l lev u l t ui n it b lie tu r mil 11 I t i Ad.apitth )ii th scioinl n i s i most of tbe ii-utic ll in f the r )bb ly I of the bilvei nek p stoih t u_'ht In fore 1 ist 1 ht siift w ia i il islu B ill- t man an 1 (outiiieii in iddiliin tithe worth >f stimps -3, !I m md thrpt lettei me id li ti t Howi s mo 11 L in 1 thu third a foi nil jui to -j II m ei The is cut >ff In di il ind li ve n the apmdle with a sic md pin down a leok tb it wis n the i> l the work Tin1 t 1 >ie tveit o it 'Nit n f iif foi mini {tnp On ni c iunt i! Tbmk-L ven the Nickel PI laR R ill ami tickets to i'l p iin's u ludin_ Bnffdo ml Cln UJ at ni 1 u fni lound tiip Rclurn poitiiii mchn'i N" i aibfi 1 )ll It 111 lie t 11 tl 1 Us It lied i u i r 0) thiit Obrul} sh mit: sutldenlv di jp to t'le defciibive itvt nt' i vitiiLS -m It ij inlytur t j ve b >lh si tt s i beiuini{ Fin _'cmi ll imiriss on )f tin dpi i lit >rs is ,'ivc u Dove The OII-JL.UV Lil h is aeeu the wr stun lid heie gives whai the O liritlv s u i to the On i nv EK taat if w is not best t take aiij n itu c )f whit Biady said Tlii mitthwis isimue one the n i ipts OQ its in nfs 1 P iwciu w m f inly He ulasted inp is h s ud he w )itl 1 in his etti r t the On- si ii i u Th it w is i 1 then1 w n t) it (_ lip ir sud tjlav tha Budy s (hu_'i vv is. utt ily filHi There iv is n trith mit The m iti 1 v is srjuai e The 3i 11} -i s iw th it tn t n in m w ih lofcinii md umpcd m fhe olui_i w is t Usi U iskt il the On SLI v i u to publish tu s st item ut is tht i hi] jew 11 opinlv mule' mil night t IH opcnlj lenittl v j intLH vi vie u i Hi L'owui s ml this that hi- n( li m m ide i in it h with Ivi u, who hi it Ut m it "-ilv i Crick m -iturdiy nifiht Kmij was it the lut night in 1 tncil t) u t i n iti h with Pow- ers or U (ji uh lii propisid a mixed oia eh one b nit toll ir md e'bow one oitih is i ut h llip t >r the thud i il on Practices What He Preaches. (This is 1890.) DR AloTT, late U. S. Gov't Chemist, sajs. "Owing to the purity, strength, eSective- ness, and constancy of 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 AMI im 396-402 Mam Street. 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