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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 29, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1890. NO. 118. Highest of all m Leavening S. Gov't Report, Aug H CONGRESS DO. HEALY S ATTACK ON O SHEA LITTLE BUSINESS EXPECTED TO BE I TRANbACTED THIS WEEK rrji H tit lit Dinhunor Con- u in I L n.} i r i ii I ni m) lust to ____ i .1 ____ r i _____ 1 l mil i T inia tr >ni Liver- I md in rnis M Mill ir n i_ po il in tn i M r lite l Dec 30 Tiieph Lh tin i l n i M P sa s 'I 14-iinu u M Mt sine noiup of tin brut il itt K! i i e iiv itKtktnny tin nn t I im i m n mist ikLn s iu will hn 1 i ti i h _ il reiin i His re m.onsisunr null what I Ac n i II" k l( n I I _i ier U e i t in if OF R ail Kln f ii i iks i- uitti Ite Me t OiinL rk ii r Ij' P LI it H'H Slltl- n i i cli.p. ,1 Iiif i i it n thn Con- lj ill I ion .f tin I. il...i .111; 1 Ri lunli d 111 In HIH liliinlitip i It tin s i in ,1 IK it u 1 ix iKf n from I ro l [f pin 1111 sh nlif p  i nl li t n< r 1 so until IIL h ul ietii it tue uirlv days of the of Dun- u r h s n s  11 n r- Hilt in i mi i il c H wa i r r me fi (it i y in 1 'I'NDFKs--1.. j'-i ii t f t ir N. t I i I Jli I U u 4j-etl u iL rk V M I fir U 111 1 I 1 I I iu i O All t I r, ir inf II M t tj LS nil ill lln i i j p ir I i ii i1" tli P mi In ins no i I 1 1 If! 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i n ir in t s III u n l not ii i il h it nn i un in 01 nhiLb I'll im nl m r a (n r thi IOMI in r lu h t n_ i >i< 1 i it "nni i i ns fion uil M t in  ni i i u n n p pu in it it l i i 1 t i p i i L i 4 n n it in I u >i i i ni -is to u r i MIL mtn w Kin IL i-nil 1111 i sin ihe L is illt__i'1 m i in s i itum i to stu ii i ii s i n i ii s toi >t s 1 i IL i s tiiL u pin r that hi i i u. i t j int i LIC n the l I -no in (1 ctiibihis u itisii ni i] L mi 1 to i r IIIT i n I -i ni md IK bp i 11 tli it il 1 S( 1 Hit ill l HI 1 1IH l t i H tl t i in n ihi u ition rn out u t i ULI tifr his -i 11 1 v lmr oil 11 uh r MIO nl ilpntiu.ua ook t BUL alioro tu we (nine n loved rtvued o u 11 i n i in IIP It Inisi n m 1-n 1 i nh 111 mm mr i f i n RM R. mill S V Dt( R i r i tui m n i i t u m >t C i i n h i n j ic u IIM t i tt at i ins i i LJlt 1 f i f t n n s i l u n J hn i i 's n flu 11 u e 111 t ll 1 I l 111 l U 1 J U Inn i PI i i i I nit i n f i ni I t i p i ir i li n v i-- i i i it ,t i r u u 1 1 un -iiin n ir i i i It in is ht, i Mitt i i i n ni'a r im s C'l I it i i ii> T 1 't t t 1 I II I tl i ii t i i v 1 t _c n a 1 i 111 i" UL 1 l i o m 11 rh i n jrnin t uu f t 1111 H n L >1 Ul I t t LiikriotvTi Ishorp c Ji iv r5 C DM -h) in iis uiticuhftl lure bungs inteih _ IL i n ir i 11 _L ink. low u rr n b irk is TMinu mi FI It w IH ptssei will make U 30 A fii lu IOUH supptr thi huh. 111 in in In- K i I nuhr i bt derved from h tu 9 chn k for hu n_ i iie nt. Iu w i.-, nn ihk m ._ ro tr !uu ir Iwn i n 1 ului ,hips enla To wliich all are invited n iv f it. riptnn Iri heiesomei D mnng tor which Mrs Sptrri s l i s i_'o tor Ln_l ill I tt_ ne the Men hestra will furnith tht mnau ill cum- fli Id tltti iseil tiou Lettira if ailimuiiira- to Hut'b H lienl jaoiraryl ai Innustrml Hull will be a Eatnie ur Lu  A.DD1 O A COiLPLETR OF The Official Reports of Uio United States Government, 1889, Canadian Government, 1889, New Jersey Commission, 1889, Ohio Food CommisBion, 1887, prove that Cleveland's ia THE STRONGEST of all the cream of tartar powdeis or alum powders whatever tholr atioultl be avolde-d u tiijunuum. CALL AXD EX VMIJfEL 226 CENTIIVL AVK. u I uu 111 IK Till Ri o I'uu ntw lln Imatiw 1 ri'lr M u Unn-if VII 1'nUtnt liiiimMV-  f ihu fuuirc im Uuilv U A.BCRUKB. HO tn A can 10 nuile wiirfcinp Inr tu. I iin M Itu nn funiiHli a ImrM Uit tr tuiii bi iMiHtniMM. nun lie pwlltnliK I HI um tn nnil riuttm. U. K t Lo Umii-at. tilt Innoml. IDLE MONEY in plain .indlight-coloivd hand arid machine sewed. Wv cany a complete line ot NET- TLETON'b Fine Shoes. It you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair ot make. You wdl like them. d so as to yield ten per Our GENTS1 Calf cent annum. Capital can Shoe m Button and he withd awn at any time. m broad, medium or tuirow Send tor prot-p cius. toe, ia the best ihoe the money th it has evel ot if ivd to ail) trailc- New York Stock W U-l. STRKET VEW IOSX. Come and examine them "ICK detenced Liiliisof id ni lion mhiied in id Haali-u j Eat ue nl Helen Kim ty Ule of IOI bf CUI1V 1 laniH-town dtnased Lulus ot ait ts-ued I lolin I Kininy i i i_'o tor i l l u. ue the Men liestra will furnibb thi miisn ill cum- lo-cu i-tiiLia .n an ________ cfty pf tn iKii.ttom mditmu )e eaui.r 01 cellls F )r nnt "IB u> I .ue d, en ,1 L. u. r-.if mlmm I i I I A I 111 UI-.L tin L i lince a card ro.im -vili bt oiovulwl fne Hlri" r' H, I inPl.ice iVUbUlffflll Utf UUlll lit t 11 "l I II .ofchaiM mi tbt bmldinit B -f Hern ,u ICIkel m.n .r Xn I y Street be a v T TPV "1 __ TTiP tvcfii ufiitii u iiinn ui uc- UI ,nc offi MN hire m0st f'or'lml to me ml nil iiiiid. ml .'ii tuli in IIM luirji rl t A rOVTPLETB LIN HI, t it ir wl wtu.u borlj who fit-is like coiilnbiii rig L t in  n. i it e the irt. r i- 11 t i i 11 i t ui 1 i 0111 i 01 i l i e i jouin i u i e i i in t 1 U 1 lit lit 1 KfbOU P h i_( s ir 11 lit s i R hnion 1 Pi i n in! ih M t ins on i u sec j CHn foiwirtl hem t i K.a t: n li MI li 1 o _ct nf r.re and pr, visions jf ill kmilH dull nctlu 10 on -UL1 clam m ami ulmust anMhniu' will U, n P i i n I in re is it r uuie i i i Min_ hi n ul h w ir ceptablL anil tlie young mliei will LANDS rOR SALE. nu Im- iliinii 41X1 HI r> N >1 J txii-FOUU, Ml CviiLru v L oui mwi in l U t, at. 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Nl L i, N t nn Dee tpn- e i L ii Jiisint -s b'o. k of fcteele Dal- u n w is i itt ne 1 j he ccron 11 Aioeic fall us Iu jump 1 '-om the i_ t )M ot Tiu uu mj xvere awn muwire. akato-na .il is i hail i ju ed flu man m i die Onier _ng ami tietttng n JKI -o ny oci n i Ii id esc ipea The loss menuoneil dive doall ll Jbj.UOO, iniurancs, I Vlab nnu Miuerw ill it Dislresi sn Y D.i The Lena JLibor .eratiui -ten! iv reported th it i com- mic UH n u id opt u reeemd rom the The peonle of the French ihaie ire Cn'Ua Outer of Miners 01 Birmmuham tu perate the postponement OL i e- nac m inv of their number Mn, ment of the mtoleraoli d iheult es mil would i e t nngry before -winter is port will he is atraid, take meaufa n heir ami that financial support bees power to precipitate the crisis tended. ____4 10% J 51X2 il 11 12 Low 50 i., la-is 17 il 14 11 12 of tnal boilles if Dr Ml celetinL. d Iti-tontliTt. Nervine They cuarsntee a to cure bendiu he duziin-s fiti npu nervous priihtMium the_________________________________ 0R RAINES VULDcll jrCUMC. ill efficta ifspirus tobaiio coffee etc DruujnHU s y ,t the seller CHAMBERS 
                            

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