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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               f" 1? 4 I t w I III ri! ?M DECKMUKR ISM. NO. 115. Highest of ail in Leavening AN INVITATION OF OPINION. liltlon In r n Till ii ;.ir.y< City arvd VicinitvJ _ J Wliat thn T.iunif Jt-n'i 1 'll l i n :lnd ____ iv. j_ nitAtieil'si The Ynnna Men's A.-tsociation issues i '-lie foiloiviriif aiiilress t.) its piitrons. Iti in.! lii'Serves the most caief'.ii eouHideraiion.- I ABSOLUTELY !i I i I I U 1 'f .1 111 l 1 H 1 -I .1 W i i i r i ii i .H s. o. i r i i i 11 To thu Patrons of tue Sinn' I 1 1 _ 1 I I 1 IV r i i i t i i Men's A.Hsoniation Mr. St. Nicholas, Santa Clans, THE ERIE STOKE! hmi an nnpreredeniett patronage the i c' i D ir-n i B .7f RESEAT A TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUN KIRK. i i 1 s m r i -nI ti j j i i i i M n t i i j kNP.tv uvfiiiNK n ;ili u !lu t'niic-uii; ...tin TiTeiir-.-Onn   Viniliun. i 1 i S 1 i i i r -in i li) ll a 1 I I 1 U _ Mil ni 1- n l innion; I ne to aeenam extent already pledged i i u i n i i i i t i i i l It a. (HFPtVttl) i-i-Mi-r n [3. Aru-ut: I'h.iunTr.-iiVi'nTI -I.' "iam'in. -i l u i .MIOCKKRY .mil retail 1 n v n I 1 in i 1 i t IK 1 'a nrr'ii of i i l m I i- Hi i i i M, n i i- >r i i i 4 i-, i in ,ut- s 1 I 11 It 1 111 i 111 a- -r ill -jar r "1 1 I 1 It 1 Jr t n j i t N .a marked devia.ion from the present 'V" malii- id should he submitted to our pa Hs x -iBi'iinr irons for tipproviil before fully decul a 1 1 i ,w ,if n. t'uir B ,ks uow .sm.tl U ts  r ner'v owners tu innKe pi-rm.n.-m %l f ''if 'i Mm iin. N w iw nipitily as po-silili 1 1 v t. i n L n_ uiit eirecliou iilut would improve Uie jfioj- enil of our city. ami niton! i- r t i nnus ITI it t smial'iiiiii.n! and convenience to r i u i a. 1 ui w !i eiuzi-n and visitor in tile city. The ,1 11 uih i O n j o is A ll .-xiilaia tJropoMiion id ay foiiow-i. v i i 11 _ H i u. A i lie Vonni{ 1 ip li i u l ll il uenne i'.ti.ii pr.'.-cm. The i-i t n ini A i w e: .-i oii.j II in t.-re. The "dvanrng-s ar and 11 v 11 r i iir-stnvis' which ia of j more attaohi-il IT. [I---'- and Pi, lYintu., Citizen of Dun jmOMC (KMllpl-.Ti- Sroi.'k Of' T s (.'L, 1 that i Ii -ibuktore. wellasjts future expenditure iia j v-oa'H ail VU'ilrire: Oy inference tue net pruliiii are felt lo j but I Mechanical Toys ,11 j Engirrr, anj Oo'is1 Furniture, Carts, Wagons, Sieighs, Do I Cradles, Trunks and Be J room Sets, Guns, Drums, Games, Plush Goo is, Fofiet Collar and Cuff Rcckhe Rjckirg Chairs. The mott Superb Lin-i of SMk and Linen Fancy HanJkerchiefs and Mufflers fo-rLa ii :S ad G-Muiernon. Fane v Baskets and Sc'ap Ribbons, Etc. 11 i AL-Jl. V HoniL, SI HIT lav. Il.ia.-llliu i i i n I i l u in VL 1 prices, 1 U in l Ui ul u jrcen- II i t.a_.e null SeveulU. -la I .ii, i h 11 1 1 I llU'.Ult SHOP in.i frri A T 1 II I t r II I I tl U oil l 1 v. l :i jn will 'Us sum nf iaiu, to bu upon Uie liverv pn- ''ile prupeny otvnel' iviiunl llle city .il Uiiu.virli wun will lay a. alone dlreul iiiluw.uii l'i Uiil.jU.jr Lit. IdiH. rcueiv.: a in Llie Vuung .ilen j Association ut l-i cunid per lout. "imeiii iiiuiiMirii, aiiiler following cuu- ma. Tile maienal lo a a .ii.i.iu ll nut lea a lii.-ui .j t'eui in wullii iui.1 'J EVK.lil.Ni; Ill LJIL- r.HllllT. i... -iiit-i t mr II II 1 'K. arm .1 teel iu ividili no dtouii in .same --Hail lie [t'.sa man -t feel wide. The io be paid and Uased on 11.1 -unii.il atreel u i-n_re and no clauii [o in: anowed -MI TliH lull an.I I hurity li "i.'v ,'i of some ui'l.-i'ii tidies. Who meet one..' Ml I'.v r; jllo iiin.it for M-t iili: Tile is it 'ui lie Tailor ii.l> A C'OIIPLETE 1 c .viilk laid from t mrij -o OKlilH. KKK1.M, Cljvll'VN .V ,C 1 1J ll> l'lllir" presented to uii.1 paynicnt.s made u i iiMom tin.-, and c.imrol of a i I f. TOO'iIKY. m 1- r.-t-i. .ta. li.i.ivi Li et.-.. LL.NE OK -in; il ie.it of ir and i il. ULK1C- F.1 i n u L 1 nt U iia I 1 U i I 11 n iv uf v.iuni; Men's A.-is.ana- .1 d i i emu- .jy Ull. of sain 1 ll duty be to Vl l ami nieii-iL'emeaisuiciiim., 111 J -uhiuiced. ami will tie Mlrroiuided wit u 1 "I' avc.r- whicli wiil iiere- A u i's I niade ii-io-.v-i, na wiil ensure aone.-ty of purpose and 11 n 1'ti-it t.ie Y-iililJ .Uell .1 l; "IJ nay opinion from it.-, 1 jiairiiiH ;LS possiun: uu liu.s piMiio.-ition. n l at lilt: uexl ell! m'ta; n illellt u l Voiinir A.-wociatnm ,-u the oper; 1 'J i- ipli'ii noilne arrauaeiueiita wiil hu made for n vote -.ipon tiii-j iiiie.-iioii. :n: proviiled wilh il diip o. Yea" if in if in! kinds, and d.s.'nes io 'lon. To say tnat -ucn A'il! come very handy some -lay. i'- illiidly to say the -viiiter the Cluli ive an unaieiii -3-5 it til.: Llaii t'-ir the tie iJllllTl'jn I Iliilill. ind it uoi in ur.'or of .same, wrii- id.OJ uur aTt.ul F.nt: lur; ami i.aue u.lrtit.a.i. 1: r-'t; p-via. ;o iiavc ample fnn.iH for L l coiuinuaiioii of park work aa in the pasi. 1 J l LUS f el i that ilii puliiic Woi'ti '.voulii 1 i '.'1 he of ure.aler illuliliil heuelil til ;.111: v -'I'irn juune ;jlau uie eneouragemeni oi CALL AVD E t of tile Orphan's Home nt in wliicn inaiiy of our riot: is for :ili io Tin: r -v, r.-n.-ni A num.' vs. HI.', ;tii 1 rf h n i !i i i n -r :u h.. t 'i .n n r -t Jt- H X, UKH.tt. S. Third St., cor. of iJmT.-un iliiL-.irer aiiil 'leaitiria lie ijtmts i Shoes 1 -Hip il 1 1 l i i llliild i HI, J' every man feel a per.onai niten'M nt- l" r -nthe A-orn of Uie Yonnii A.tso- siile'.VuKi.s, the iiiipniveiueni )f roiid.vayi po-sihly tieinij excepted. n, which ia in existem; j for pniilie i n i nr WKlil Thin su 1 NSSW STOtiK, lUi h. jKd. 3> L i l JOB PllI.STINli .ii arury ami al njwcat ralea J> Comuauy, S anil iu E. aeeomt it. JH. VAN BUKfclN Jtt .SON, Li Acci'tutit aim 11 ,L I ,111-11 u "1 t Ii t 1 '111 1 u ii j" n i i i 111 i 'ill n rue na n i 'i i l t l _ umi l 1 I f T 11 d 1 MARKET 3UILDIMG BLOWN DOWN T.-ll Tninro.l a JOO central Avenue Mlquartcrs lor Paper Pa. r D 11 11 i ut.i at -lie 11 t i i n _ l- e i r ami i Hi 11 i T i r 11 i n n i iv n 1 n n i ii in it mr o un l nis 'i n i Jo (j us 'i v i 11 in i i, f s" r n i ii, n, 0 I' H _, ins i__ r L l 1 m l ,i n 11 _ IL'I icn i v a in uott i 1 "1 at l ir a ho ulaj'a lLl- w D i il i an and a iii l in IB til via ILK! mil 'In aiaters 11111 i ti un, a m red eucii -i- at i HOI. ai IIODI thcri. wura i iJ and the si hool wl muiiKiuia ten! Llijit they only wish lo :IM- Hie growth and improvement of iiii'k.iimUliiit ia to their riM !b lo imereal n Muos- A Weildlntf at Noou Tf> .lay. The wedding of Mr. Oscar A. Bnrb.-i ml Ethel F. Tole m i i J. W., AW center street, r aua tvaier.ti I'rUilKa, '111 pa, lilllT.iui iikiut i i i i i _ i i i l t i. 17 ttiat riun c r.uiur. .v.ii da.'l .L tlitsir auvriuuttju to an ;ut Fa. CAKE LIUH stroeu 11 i, jiaiiiho -luii-j aC u i nil i i n i i nil i, 1 v e 1 i i i r i m i n-in.-lniian an-1 Ctnrb..v rti'.ln.l. X T I W s 1 111 l l 1 1 1 U 1 r nil 1 I I I 1 1 1 II i r UUOL.ftl E> d lU 1 L. Ci. lSLfc.1 M CO., in .it i I Til OW.NB i UJsHOP -n u> ;ia.v n'V'' lttu'5u" .immediate relutivua. The ceremony lt JJiuaniii ins re- r J mi, n. ,vna peHoriued ny the Rev. U. M. tCer- t mi "b laatr Ut- iiiuk of the Methodist church. The I sin.ie wore iiown of white cashmere d IV )n'rl "9 olivegreen' cash" L 'ilL mars. Both curried -heliotrope. ii i iluiisnna.s narcisaua au.i wiiite rose. The man wag ilr. Prank Rnch. After the 1 i tes iv ar in -u i U st i u will i, i.uemony the guests wert- eniertaineil '7( L" rl u dinner. There were many nice pre- 1 l "'.Liuinnvs There were several om 1 'of town: Mrs. Dr. Parson., ,uui J. T t, 9 m.. A. and dmii-hter of u v a t u i, m a i.ut and ;slr and .Mrs. 3 dalamanca; 'i t rl i 'i, h in' Mr3' G' -V" anri of i i ti _n> ii 1, K said. "ile'lll''ln Center; Mr. and Mrs. Bul.ib of a m I'I.TI- -A a j.-lrmn bijh Bradford. 11 a i n ii' i in n it !o ___ t a it _____ 1 al ii.i-ii nme 'lie clloir w.i, 11 l ll i i I it i I n i n u m. nt it ihe i u Ni L -un i nui-vi' raeenn? of tiie i i 11 t i _ t HI, in Memory K. H un .-S. L To t. faint 51., cor. ijiwr. E.icciamr -ilcal salt -in Lo. an. Pf.uiiry. u ,i Y oe VVoman'.s loni-. ChriMian Temperance L'niou helil Mon- 'ny eveninif, December ay, the follow resoluiioim were drafted. -i. ,m, w t as tin: Supreme Rnler of lie :iivei3e in ni.s- inniute wisdoiu IIIIH seen J' "if h wn en-- tit n-movH. from our midst by death n m n -ni t n in t u i f lines- ''alutd memiier of our Union, be it TI in, _ i i i i u (i tioii Tlrn Iiy the death of our llf s r Honana. we have lost not 0' memiiei- hut a true tind l- '1 l 0 Hid if iniMed friend i iti 'nt c i m ir Re-olveil. That we exicnd to the i tdt ii i t M M i phv 0 i 11 p i n pitieu. he an-1 i! .'anii'i! f.iii of me of 'he piiia.-.antes! -if ..-a- Ililj-ir. a.ld a 'A le ;l if .Mi'.'i. Simpson iin 1 meiii.ieni iim.l. -..I I'M fur- .1 I iliare A. ill: iilliCE. S75.QO to 3250 t, many for nil to irr. IWiiul Mr. An.mi Llulier liei-n ci-n. to thehoi'se for the ia.-u :.vo nearly, by riienmatlMU. Lie is all.nit, ;ind the _____L _' he had nrranucii to have m im i :erinn church on December Jil ha.s i 'OLE MONEY 1-An -ii) to .1 engine backing down ihe main of the Erie this morning. an :m- !1 CIIQ known mail, who died ten miuntcs af- 'V'-Hiii .'I'.Vll ;it ail V" time, terwurd. bjl' New York Stock Trust, w vi.i. NEW VORK. We have the A LI.VE OF ment of Patent, L.-ar.her i a in plain ad v{ hand arid We complete of NET- j CLOCKS, ETC. a ARJE AT "tylieh rtJioe, try a pair of tlii.--. o tuake. You will 'like tit-ra. Our _ GEXTS' HKAi> shoe m Burton and Co iv in broad, medium or n.-u'row PEUFOLD'S n.iin St.. .V.Y. toe, ia the shot- for money that has ever bem vc.d to any trade. .J. A.Y" F" H Come and ezannui-; th-.-m! :or yourself and Li; convinced. i'.'W SULLIVAN H.I-I-M......I a -III-IML; (.JvNT.'lAI. .1VK. S; 1 3 Centre Street 'iiir di-ceiised iiroiher ou in ihiH tilkir second nd pitMli.'.; to lliem wisiance lunt it may lie ia our power i rents, 3uy tile A.irora l.V Frank J. .ilupl. sii K. TJiird MOCKKK, HABJT. msne ONE cues GO IB EN SPECIFIC. Resolved, That a copy of these reaol Mercnant Tailor, Central Avenue i. _l. Committee, 30u G-ntTuI are. j DOFT Thac 2. Hams does repainngoiuii :s tliu most iinivr aa amves, sey-b revolvers, i'1-nititir tjf jh'i k'nu :r MLWing Lnacnmua. tiarpei jweeutira, clota. ir'd [r rs f in T avrn oiuwera, ai i, i j in u-n bretlaa, dhng aad netting in iuci m.-ii uie anntrt! issue aocaere rnenuoatxi. (TITO -ira u" i nirteea tntilhjas of cuuiea. you1' f i fit j t tar f. JUU- for it. to Monroe's and hear the Phonograph INEWSPAPERI EWS'PAPER!   

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