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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. B EP fiESENTA TIVE LTSINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK. KULIX. -VtVCHINE tir r llm ill it hUnka h lilt itent i .dition ne Meeh inn al D. part-tienl if 'ink rk nmpnnv BR. feDTFORU 22 .tn t 'JM Central out VVH.L Tor except Tor Mr pni-uir So ID fc. tHionlitrtet it tir ti if trctt iMiniwrk S Y M IK u Mi 1'amjjliJcLri i u bfiiin I n tit -i Jr trrf nifit v i u-n Ic I to AJ' wort jj niruiitLC L BUKCHKK'S Lentrj.1 retaiJ dutlcr in I r jmru d 'umesi.( hina, ijlauttwnrt HOTEL, U.b pt r biy Bonn ting -jtalilt. uinm.ct.iuu Vu tor II tit r and Luin rcet. DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY. DECEMBER 1, OUR STRENGTH. NO. 95. SECPEiARY TfUCY SUBMITS HIS ANNUAL REPORT .nil In of Spem[ nmiip Have Cum- menu and toe pun hiute of a nhif., uij en Stiae lad tt several npe.rlal toolH The nunibui if -ear artmlnus Is no small for rlie dueiis at the v r-' e ud ir la racoinmnntled rhji 14 hn Intreasi-i Dm six to ten fee report alio ommnadM Plli MILL MHF fteliaf I iberi Ztplpo I m rh 11 rlci SO SAY V m minisrn lr ,u THE AMERICA IN n 01U. 'he 1m navy In til il by any Otlinr mil ,i -v, R, 4V u ehn eHunge- n the ayatem ot promo -vn ineroass, tn rhe num- here jf thu ngineer corpa Is 0.130 dtronglv ret nm n nd d 'Jim ,f tin mont ntal de J anee jf r] d it 1 rhe in presi nr The inn ail ro- 11 ne n ivv is nl n r 11, M 11 !i I Q ne i ie at ih ir n ne in I. e-. b iv been rom oil 11 ssinu Dtirma w m our n tl as atem w he want of aa aiiimi, so tialned thut lu anna 11115 HUH uuatrr D. i in mil >f Th. Ir I I in ,ell s Retirement. jpeuir an Cy nr rh h I v in I be m, -i 1 m nue of II'H i m Ins a a is I in i m u p ,1 1 THE NOVEMBER WEATHER I l I I "v "llth BARBKU SHOP V Uuu> VntlL Under Lake Natli Center and nurd -trreeu, foreign md L" meimt iKt flunk, tin, riui k j OBSERVER. Daily in the Conut} An luiequalleit ulvwruwiiK ineilinm DOJSIRK EJfGrSEEKClH. COUP V_NY Kt.rmerly Seliew A Manufaeturr ru oj Engines, Hull irs Pulejs lluiifm. Pitterna t ire aie an 1 ttaeinne W irk K> irtlt r SHIBT .US JOS an 1 u Center street M irml u tmeru ol th Cminwi) t .tint Dunkirk ptjrleet Uu 11. Dp Blurts On hiuc in nil leadmi, fnrmolnr clounai. and Iry h >uuea n Dunkirk P TOOStEY md Lion itr" t, Br ii K] mr Keel. alt. Bale l Huy bail HOTKt anil Depot UK saloon L mini Best at f ominoilaai.iiH for i.m p, rr ot rii set t i n mi ted tti rlli in port SK.S rii ir sin vassi IH vhn h fa-irmistaiifi il pi pl' r 1 nn 1 put tn t-h ni i, M nrer i I i il D n 4 e rivinf, nouriia eoverad by b 1 r itiiuinislrtritm nine ntvv ships bin pur in ftimrn ision tour m i- "t in Inv, been tdvuncetl t pi int n hei a uiin ue ju_sr about to go that HI, v ,u i, w fiiting i only for tn. n aimtii se-. n hu-., been' built ft rl.e ket 1 up h Ii and Mmtern are arh rei ,iy for launch- ing mil thi ihn rniH, TH lie id vinit wlnl jf rlie six itlx-is UK vluuuly niith I huv. be, n 1, signed md ad v'rrim.l >ne the ram hav, bee M ,nt, tor an.l aelnally in 'el on-nut turn )fth. hint pU, m eom iiinsi ,n toipeilo hinr iisimm H tua nisi iii u, yet the only craft of thin do sin HI in n rhe nm y urhoiigh b is i, n i u Inn f h fi hn tin r on t fi I Ills ir l s In I rsh p t ta b, r pi s, nr tii f ibei il w] e t h i nn r in rs is rin n 1 i i I n d rh t jitii int ur n M an i s Tiie t ill iw is vi tlllel n Lb s illy 'iidnii." i'li laiiy n lu i J p Ih Hi' UK- 1 rut nl of in ivumbei u )lmiivuioui it T n n nit, Mr F B In It L ii limit, v< W ir n u 1 p n D ly i m .ben le PI Irtsl 111S rhe pnsf rl b m in rl 1 eoer l in ro rh h the navy including publii works, and ran piiitv or the marine i orpn have been eitt lown Ihi le, i- ro rhn loweur possible point iud show a mwrm., total of Ji TIM K iem chHn the ln L f ir'h am n II, pi u ell IP i nu ml i rs 11 pproprmtlon, tor n depo, tmene renew, utt m.na ,t b, p O Dri.m D ,1 n rlie itmsj tha revenue marina nientomp with rhe navy The department Irish parr- ial attention to the deploraule tion ot th nn po lack uf i .__....._ eommeieltl and reeommunda Ta that m mediate provision be matte for mitn prouttion m taae of wai I- sh r rhe queh 11 to I led r "I 11 I tl v illii lie if I I us, I lu IU p, b. i but e I s 1 K i b  .e nn i ir in ui n bow lin in in -.IP IIMIK bur le- i r th IIDIIPS if si If K inmei r est u i p, i, h I hi i ,y v i J i I'M jit in n In ing re 1 p s, n i i 11 m mT 11 i i n mil soil rnnr Wliai n, I sk ls t ju Htl p ot Lll i s s tllu, ,n lt. eninr f be [i 11 I'l ti r i nut urn u h i N ne I n n ro 1 1 i I i in I i r mse In thnt u i i Jit su ite Welii. l.t ..s M n all our ml enu n ,ii 1IU i i uennuv p irrj n the irn i I f h tr t 1 t isi K on rheu pun i IrBlin ,n i tb a n nv nei I 10 11 U i4 li 41 m t" '1 in j in Hi l H4 Ill c 0 40 i l H in III v p in 3H to 48 W 41 4-i 17 Ul W JO 41 in H n That s what everybody u- anything about it [t we haven't The in inth VN m not aa n markable m Oi tobi r was Ir w ia i I tile o ildcr ib n XovemlKT hH'l me ivcrurc itmp. talim- computed ti )in ilienc ibii ui ma but IK as igimut I, 1 Hty( ir Ihe av, r iirt. il LuiMitinm ti mpi rutiircs 1" )li of inn anum t! 1 tic r 1151 ,t raiiimi ii yi ir m w la 10 tell )u f )tit (iiiyt then nn ins at (I i m m Ihi !d Rmifdl m u days The i was white trust two in iinnu HUIIUH wis trial S'W to in, ht r miht i-; In >Tiuisor ilie i intriict lopit 1 lie roll Vill be ailed aad three oow ni. mbers will iw 8willl I0 Whitelawm P ut >f Walker if MisHtmn Haj es the -in i ess i if nger of Itnva and Pmdar lre" '''H( t''f! M th'' VacanL'r OL 'Vork Bret ketuiilgp ,f ".ikansas II tlno liuve to be -e swnia TliH long mue-h important bna mess her u. ,t a very proportion of w in h Mil hkHlv be dlsptmed or before No eurrhly cun ed is to o.n le rarmmarioii at. ppr rhe m lemn ion at m that vre an- urn en ro tiuos< I rween Mr Paraell mil r he destruction if m u mi Hmr m nht miolved m the IMB nt i dnrinit ib, UjihtHen at il n is JI ,_ knutn m h iur Phil i pi, bei on Jin e iswi ,nd tewl tne ni Unrse lntl rhB baBltlL3s )t rhe ivonlil ie siih lentleil ar t aat Fi ,n, IHIO took b n se o juer tie ihe ie, d 1 I ,j 1 all i in the one liiiUHe in 1 ire rh, nn si n i ir int I n is s rb, ft le ti in in win h t Ubfl HLEK.H A CO.. J7 tad Ihlnt dtreeu i a met in t L ri nes aiude to irler Centril Leaders jl F lahioii 4nil Ucntlemen Juultu.rn u eoilHldel is if hi y r mdar 1 m I i I AKKLI STTdlVJI HKAT1NI i( L VUNDKY ti (i rln levin in n rn HSUIr n vas debiir ihi rlisr HENKX Wl'LLEIl'- NEW STOKI' ''hirlst B inks -l it, mr iluai M i.. u s u ui IW ek i Jl r n ii_r 11 tlrst AHB tor, li o 1 ,ks i n ill r uts Un V nt i in I Ul L i H BLKFX S b n Vei Hull in I nt ral I isiu itoe -1 i I enter sr, 2ntt ll ONRUE'S W Lentrni Aven lur Wad Paper Pa nc llaa that mmhc embutei 'he oiutu- wesha 1 air Jwtu upon r'le ei iei wit n cut! illi s In Pyen effoi t ft tain his Inrtueii e in our ounsels The mnnifisto whieh Mi Parnel uaa ir noon on War. hi Ih, re are euta UH off firm, the laar boms approuri irion billa wirhout wliicli we Anxious to ivol 1 my government; word -L m part and fh leapp, r-i nm, nr bill ninth baa as mjnstloe with whieh ne tre its rhe'm m' vi t iei en ul riu leiitiou In neither beri of the party that has t h m hmse bur luen rht, Rep ,bhe n both with, a loyaltj inn atft er on u u, buses hive suit must ie passed at thla uvei expel enee 1 betoie Hsieiol ,h luciion of r us 'eaitv to h m in ui join if ui.urhmv ue runny measu es of 1m- tiii 1 mlabt will ia-e daved then t im poi an e ,n the oil, nuns whitU have i nputit.ou that on thin tore balr Ihe S1UI it rhi' We are un nt t lure ur t of i ruei ei u 4eu y mr u_e i eliiM e Hslmi P'll unit u n 111 n V u rn t hit In Hat ii thi -in people mil into rii i t ti l j i i a i ilru but JU1- parr i I n itl I 1 l i n I i_ tp 11 i lal t I 1 sli rl e in i i r, so i fins id usi i- 'inh ipn i tiie m u in Will dll I ll n u i in ni r >i tr t ir n in t i i 11 e i e- us t l-lle pi in S TD PAPNELL h i 11 tuluiiit ii jf the reauuv h i bill  r wh-ic i uu n bll t j t-U-l mil 1.3 nnu i ic te "lam dui j n m rnunr up if MJmt h 1 inny fOtii{ t bill TO L si >ti imiH dti in. I ri i n jna ,cf sn iM 11 1 in mr i ar f li 1 u u hxu ra rh j i it Ji ii u rue pi s t r i i i u Mi Pun i en i n l, i i'sh i r i at mil n cimr h i U a jiihl i uv-s i center dtruet. SlJiiiuiaeti'rT ami Iwulerin llui tir tilea. Collura, tupn, UiuTnu Uobes dorse Covers iiloves !klictcndaml -ileiijh ti b-s HOLTKM. 1? itttut L'lnrd street Tai'tir Crentlemen will du 1 it Ui Jieir advintatfe to eall on me belore t> H. C.Vtil! CO Liun 3Cri et. ixeiierai Hanlware L.eml.OHa.l'iinier a Supplies, clutliu Ursa us Ware A sptsei tl cy of dherwin lliama Pa titiui Uoiiroer 4111 h id b ank ledgers, anil k n laoi blanks lune u Lmakirn I'niiliuif Compuav i in i ill h. aeeoud RUDOLF H UOLOENHAL1 EK, Cor fll nl anil Buffalo bu.. Dealer in trnnite, M irb o t aim Biuhlini; dUme ''all on Tie efore imj ni. our sule-walfc. I IriLEY Jb CO tX ind a Front street. Whiafcv Wines Brandies. tr-ncral Liqaur -store for Fajiilv Ci ROBKKX Lion street near tlie lopoc. saif, PVeil tad Ltverv ta Uag In lav 01 weak on itaa ems. J jOl CenO-il Ave (tip O atairsi, aud Real Eatatt WeLw b rr. i ifc Aiudcnt. jml Live dtock uBurtaLti. Frump to baying stilting Itt-al C f O> KS r hint st., tor Ueer hii-tlaior 51t.at Maiket tresh Salt and -uoled Meats Larfi -i Oysters and W w ITCHJES, JK'WKIJtY Buy the Aurora Railroad Watcli. It oairmg a suet laltv F-ink F Stapl si F Third at HOCKKJK. Merchant Tailor 316 Central Avenue Id pie s md 1 lit mi IBUI ea I o IHe it" il nd ir are the subnitij bii s Hin, h iiiss 1 rhe 11 'ui t i I thei nil is lies of i ni i ne in rhe ill ndars it i- i eh h n tee, v ,1 final i i ii u i i i n hei rm_ tin umm.rwi.-k ac ion Mil on rb ir hi munt Iv u i i irh IH js nearly as possible the Jt liveniia n v tui ni. imnll in r i ek ,ith u h men m i in mil i his n at u s jr th k n l 1 PI l 1 l 1 1 ill 11 r mi u t h, r in htliiud IB now ie-p njibuit r me lnd vl Li, ire oinsehaain hi (mD11 ir u iUl_h d iud rnraii- u n i. f 1 s ei ur i n JlslH J ft Id bil ri Pits I el I r j Us V S I r i tt Vt th enl ifiht pi mi un n, l< aiu.tr Ony nuie ui ippiopmt ihi, o ih, hlitill II I )1( Sh! IJ his Ih 111  a e ships i, i In far rlie m 101 int iin-ilit lent-, il ulile f etiirtivi 11141 in 1 iut li. it t it uile unit in tin jf hie. ate -.Inn- In t nt se b ittl et n uti nth i i ni tut >lu p .tr nialy I uu t t a tl, ft foree 11 turn if wu tins noli, and n ii wi iiiiboi nti rhe iei iiQe 11 the lepiiirinent rnnr tlie C niteit statefl ,f rluee or until pt nhose-tiuil is flalir ng etisr at tbe present tlav Ilie t Iiiiiifrror if eoait 'in ei UMH t nn at ss lr totrnpUii! int ire ol .nluiHii e to tlie ex'enr ,f uivsutliex i, i U 111, VV baa neii itraint i i N< n in 1 inu t b is jo U n il i tl e ntliu- ip, ir mi! s q al t i mar i nr it 101 rb, pun it-li ii_ ma. n n tins nub -I til, len. In b i ei ot r i- e f-t md most ift, in TH. initl in in both buuses The peopk fr 101 lu sha aennte ure pkdgadto peisonal if the fe leral el, etion oill gentmeut L in lentil Q m tne u some ou i ei pane it aifdinst itrear, nd ilit iar. are ,VB, rbc i r Mi Punei' In i in, ii ,ier nr llltult a FJ id s, t n U1 i i ih ir, danjpis Mtli m 1 te ,.m I rlit fnrtlu i u j u mmda if miny national ti purtlv the u nurel re ntrenei n s m ,ek L in in bom if but Willie makinir SET for union Pull Th n r and counu-meu The Ihe aw lay of the will print i plea ot Mr Ptineil U-at Vlr (rlftdst me palh 1 e devoted to rne receipt of the preanltnt. s message vihuh will be peed at mnijUi in eaeh ho IL is not unlikely thar in the tollowi n< Uy the house com initt.ee m appiopriirioni. will ha ready to repoit me n moiaof the annual appto piiuriun bull The ptnsionbill the toititnntioQ bill will be the rtrsr to eome np toi oiiHideratlon he done N 1 I'liifj ire i lion ever 'f Ih, nhii) is in in% ruiHt rs ea uu The ro and v'li be ot tho and j r.o push tbo appropiiarinn bills forward p iflo a- ned i I IT In md in 1 s] ujition tell with rerr He eff The pr posal nt 11 I--I-.OH eou-.ii u rn n u ibne it mi sum ir  u an tin in stwtctt- ELYS CATARRH ream Baiml Pain Hi als tin TRY i A particle is applied into end) nostril and ta igreealne. Pnce oO cenca at DmsrjristB by mais ELY BSOTHRftajS Warrem Street, Xcw Yort. HAY-FEVER him irn be eoui Ui t' mil reath tordeineij nithin months from rlie dire f rlie onrn t rs The leintnienr IIHIIU reeomnunds tbe use ol niekel pi il irni, n MUM u its g ear sn )er i on i ill other in use at rhe present t me The adoption ir mud riling suns of larj, mliber bis uintle it to leietnn t olanr to, the in inn tit ru re or sut ml m riiui eiuses anil in agreement hiLt, leinrili i_i-i mule with the Win Uiester R pmrinu comnauj uf the inron to th, I, p'ri'mt i it "o" order HliXWrnue i.diuetlpnee The com- om( h.sneuh c mpleted the mnen nerv or in ikt iu these o 1 cneir 11 u 1 si mi be n Ihe oiiin il ee noi k if clip piest h is included the etmipie, aa mi lllat] of the iiiinmintsoi rhe Baltimore the Philulelplua. the San Fr and the Mi in mouiah wiile h of the Newark and Coneoi t ne lea iv ihe tt the sun factory during the pdbt veai melude cuo Lreuioa ot he t o-rou travelmsj irtne, Che eomplat ou ot clie shnunttifi pit ?ua e irriatre shop and orBcu buildi ij rhe eon- strut-rion of a railway aiding from tha Baltimore Potomac raihoad whieh haa greatir facilitated dallveneg and uhiu- Once upon a midnight diean while sufferng from a" adomm ible influenza I took it i ito mv head 11 tiy Old saal q Caiarth Cure and in twenty minutes time I waa relieved The thin? in the nijht plate is without doubt Dr Bulls B.ib, bjrup tlie best remedy for babies while tetth mg. Only 25 ceats. will be liteimmed In eaueus the Republican tauctia haa also de termmed upon a for the bouse tie offlee declarnd vac-ant at rhe elose of rhu flrsr session letter in ohesa laim to U. rare to the Irish party and thereby str ke at tbe in depentieuee of rhar a.s a srnctly Irihh national bodr Is jne caltulatetl to inspire Innh Nurioualisi wrh ilarm if that plea were nor an jln mus fallai v The Irihh parry w is nmtd wtrh the purpose or vinnini  t I imtia of this p ipi r then sini i re tli an 1m mil hi in> ippiet laliou fir tbe lundmii md t nine y sli >wn them ill thi wiikmin who have been eu- MULil m thi lonslmt lion of tlie in w riit-y w iiihl spuulh ilian.c Messrs R lit ppi II unii Rudolpli Viol tnlimei fit nei HIH Itiiiu noun C >m bill-whtu piisi nted Tb t uiuii ft 11 th it mm bti In is in, U) the w n't- men foi thtu nitnst ml hetily o- ipi rill m in tin wjik if loistnitl nn fit tin m 31 bi imifn! and tom- tn nil HIS i h niie' ii v R, h.r i or S i y d m Uu p n 1, i Lin I t ndt nr il m I 1 i n, 1 u i t i n, 1] (ih.iHt Dannlni; Him Cloned r .Intium w the that progrtm liffenntes of opinion mav iisr a-, rn i be hieste nun whuh Mr W ulsrnue was om mumeated f the p iblie it wis il not his mmtilit) r) home ruie bur his earnest ties re ro it from JUHt rsrui-ied from an extended tour over the resei-. niona of the various tribes of IB 1 ins 11 Indian Territory hannKt luit-ed rht t hiefs of the following rrilien The fomanehet, irapa hoes (heteiines Caddoes Po Missonns Tow is Osiizes and ten itory antl there la absolutely sibilln of an ontbieak n I wH He l ,n tt no DOS I to his the difHciilries or Mr Gladsrone s pi ion were nor frankly Mi P tinell andrcut m'he conrrarv tiientilr pnv tre comm miettions ibMouslj made with t view of ihe passive of the "estrmrisrer Palace hotel TwontTfonr "lle blU been tnade the- o meml ers reiponned Mr Pamell die I insinuations of treaeberj to the Iri h onssed his position informed those Cause B> hls ction og tin and present of his rel with the Liberal exPrpHqili hat home rule ro lie effeetne nrixr be 3ueh a meaiure as will satlstv the peoole Mr IT! ttlstoua is b mud to give a full and unple measure si.lt- govsromint ro Inland To iffei any other s heme wou'd not onlv be an icr if n credible baseness but or mrrediDie foils and we emoh itieahy sepnr i e ourselves Die i Pirnell wired m stations for hia eolieaEnes favorable to him to meet him battu Fay night at Weatrmrisrer Ptdaee hotel T ui ui-. iciiiiuus witii me leatlers ind 1 a determm itiou to I fljhr foi ihe retention ot bis plat o A l caniasH of the Nation list members Satur i day showed i ior eounrmii, the envovs in America! 48 igainst Punell 24 for him and T doiutiiil It n i n f il i mnr R tf f Him ser i It ellltl n le i 1 nltl ill It I r.oruie.1 m eun ua ion I er n tu p ssible f ir u 1 tnj thing in r ,e in the renmiri m iui; I I n ml Mi thai Thi iruiir t nun sett ihe poles for ihe m w Po-tal line imithed >f Riiirond tvinne thu morn ing Ct the intuition to rim tiie lun alt UL; Third st e t putt ng ip Inirh pules anil stiintjintt the 'earn liL.hl wires in them Fhi stieetwasso iur -owilmt )bp tion sis mad, ind after teonfeieneu it the un, il with the rain it was dei idi d ti run Dry Goods and Carpets. ADAMT MELDRUM ANDERSON, AMItllr ut Tift -.av f nit o >le- will 'le tit-nil HiiuUl latiu U He rlie WOODS EXECUTION PObTPQNED V DM The t lly old t hup will load ,lp ___ Pm li this v, ir nt mi sti.i e Toys with Pain. II i I Jilt nnniliei anil at all pnees Dollj to 'r pleuac tht lulu ,'irU l-aruy E'tirint things in hum A-ue v HCS pliiaii ifo )tlH etc We haven t the spin e ro enumei He h Uf tin i; One thing istertam can ell ]nHr ihi thmi. yju w mt tr jtmt the prii i l pay Tttr F vnt [I m H rn be R. !k Tl- I ly v you i WTS h is i n of its Di whieh wet k fh it n M lat an the Ne ft aide ot ,d notitvuw tin bad HI n sum u be u, 'e 1 U Wit s sh j 1; t lid n i, ie n bel >re rhi m Id wir It eiit o bet r H id nor i Wh th ,s w 11 U >r i mime. In iml I in IM let ill, h rr t 1 t Ii w 1 _ ,rl i l )e r ik ve in tiliutr jt >i The vtlhti-a win ni by art i few nmlhs HUH and hts bun rebuilt Or i vvHEJtvi D ha.w the largest asbort- ment ot Patent Lr-nther Shoea in plain tops, hand ami machine sewed. We cairy a   line of NET- TLETUN'H Flue Shoea. It you want a nir-e-atting and "fcyliah try a. pair of this make. You will like them Our (CENTS' Calf Shof in Button and CongrenK, m broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for thu money that has ever been of- h-Ted to an} trade Come and examine them tor yomself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, Centre Street Crockery, Lamps, Clocks, Kmck Knacks, Plush Goods, Baskets, Mirrors, Tables, Stands, Bronzes Cutlery, SPECIAL. IS 1 s I u t in i L ri n P bis Fireman md Hiakomitn Killed PliN DLETOS Ore Dee 1 Hav itat k 11 a trcishr trim on tot br ineh of the L nion Pacific was nr ck, i in which the enameer tire man and Irikemtn r S Leclvt-r were killed an I 7 E Cameron another brake- mil n wibtitail} .njured The names of the i and nrenaan could not be leal Jed frazils PaniBil', Hetlioineiit LOMON Dee 1 Croker ins, telegraph d I us in UeCar'hy strongly .aiorins ihe -stirnmeut of Mr ParnelL from any stieh oh ag IUISD WuiT stoue rliiin t dtploraole th tr Vi Mir lev s "U_v th it some or he Ir sh party wonl.i tt m farrv ntf out tne Ii ibh pnuum ot the Liberal Home Rule partv tonll be so str iv m Mi Punell Eiei mi mbi r of the frith pirty will if eourse it, i-e Mi Punell that rhe ict-prance by any N itionahst membor of offlce trnra tn English ministry would be a breaeh of i elementary pnuciplea upon TIIICI o ir s foundei But nobody who tno vs oharstter will doubt hit A r son vnn tnl it i church if s from, rh i IQ hnr n r toui ur rn i ro r 11 i i p ind senr m ed iteuii r i 1 t i I n if F y 1 in P V ider n_'iish I n is i] t t en i itie n _ K d; w ]_ i rii IK irh ?1 h i ii 1 e t ii t n ir in rhe ie i I il illnima in old of Htoi kton Jit it m Sitimiiy morning of Bnullts- (list ace He the Inited Workman my, w i( ik lie and VIHO. hi ter ait mlii r ot YD j if Driy Pa Ft. Dnj a tn Bctcivetlov iC V turner'n Stoik Wjl ti "l 11 'rt iy 1 l m 1 i i tl Funertl of lll_ TJelTKint. IT R r r lli, nodv Ausiist nr n i ul here 1 iv 1 moiaiug be onriil occurred a btlef jeiMee m me I ubapel The body wab inwuetl m ae temily lot where Iisais sonanddiuahler I The member?   In Him. Inns barbennif' Tliiinl.iiiK Ii r pant parr i I u a ahme if Hi, lutiirt Ri.fp. ifully A.BLHBEE to "iisiinH pi. fi no I wlin an ii.l Uiur wlit.li> time the liumncmi linn rauininui nl ti lit prollUulv emnlnved lai, V v it an, les in biwiu -ind f itSen B Inis n t i i Eiitimnnfl Va. Ware, Toys, Games, Dolls. BOOKS! BOOKS! 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