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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER in, NO. REP RESENTATIVE i USINjESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW MACHINE lor ruling ail klnilsoi blankaiH llle latent atldltloD to lie Mechanical Department of Company. D arFFORD, 228 and -O5 Central Are. Artuuc Photographer lastuntaneouu of Babies a specialty, titters MMU aut far uuntihine except far THE KILKENNY FIGHT. 3OTH THE IRISH FACTIONS PREPAR- ING FOR A DESPERATE STRUGGLE. THE IRISH DISRUPTION. 'CRIMES ASD CASUALTIES. C BOOK (man Pr.j- jmeujr, So. 1C E. street, near ililf- (mlo street, Y. Uuxuiniu, Mn- Pampnlcu, etn., timinil in all ilyles. i intern promptly attended to. All work guaranteiiit BOBCHKK'tl CKOCKKKY HOCHK, KM Central Wholesale iiml retail dealer in I-i [iiirtuil anil Kimestir. China, HOTEL, ItaUu, per .lay. mK atahJe ooiinecaun Victor Ulilnr, 385 anil '137 Lion reel. 1FTY BAKI5EK SHOP Vj Chan. N.lglO. Uniier Lake shore Ndtluiml [lunlt. Center juul Tlnnl utruuui. A tlno of Foreign anil Domestic, igars. vC.NttIK.lt EVENING OB.SKKTEK. iUariceat m the County. Au advertising mtniium. DCTNKIRK ENUINEEKIXi COMPANY. Formeily .Sallow Purple. of Englnetf, Boile'-i, llunu; Hangera. Patterns, anil Mar.lmi.i Work to order. J vOKIKK SH1KT CO., 208, Mi ami ju; (.anUjr street, MmiufauUiAn of the 'Cromwell" anil "Duniura" Orunn blurts, on .-mlu in all loading nothing ami .try goods liouues in Ounk.rk. DF. TOOMET, W4 .tnU Wti Lion acreel, Dealor in Flour, ifeeit, Baled Uay. I'lion- etc. tLHtabliiineil. M77. K R1Z HOTKI, mil uinniK saloon, L'nion d Depot. Kany AUCUHH to ail traina unit biiB- nesB .IOUBCB. Beitb .iccuuimoitatnma for imroiai Trit ff-ler.t. J. Murphy, I'rop. EHLERS A CO., 17 10.1 E. Thini atroeu fine Furniture, La'nnet WAri; anil aoleujnng. Frames mu.lc u> or-ifr. H O. Jtt CO., Lentral iers if Fatftiion ami Gentleimni uuiiuctnrtirs of Heating Aptmraiutt aniUirv I B.K.INS, W.. ya Ceuter a tree t, Manulacturer anil dualer m BriiUea, Loilura, Buffalo Uobea, Horse Covers MittenaaDd. Sleigh tc.ib-n. l> f 17 East Ttnni street, ruaionabie Tailor. (aeuUemea will da-t u to their advautiigo bi ejtll on me before purcbatang U. CAJRT A CO., 17 .EBt Lion Haniware.Whiui Supplies, Oil Clotna, Ware. A Xyot SherwiuWtllmmB Pa-ntaml tfuuroe range. such aa bin nit-hooks, uml tv fciiuis 01 blanks done at D unkir t P nil Company, i aiut IU E. Second RUDOLPH Cor. raml aud Buffalo Dcjiiar in Marble. amt Suiiding Stone. Culi on me t efore Ouymx >-our -li'le-wait.. CO., 7 anil a Ejwtt Front atreeu Whiaky, Wines, Branilies. al Liquor Store tor {Pujuly Cue. J. UiFFOKD, Ml Central Ave. (Up O General Intjunince ami Real tiatau tfire. Life, Accident, ami Live Stock Insurance. Promp' have a tfrear, perwn.-il ailmiratiou, is thought to the ef Catholic mtlu- in the disi.nct. The extent u> which thin may ilselt' mm a re- lliilous -.tnfe, in. many thiuJc. too taken niro .iccount in the current coin- nien's'jn ihe -niiarion. H. W Uli.te. iir.st wcrerary of the American h-gut on in Lmnlun. Windsor with Mrs. White ar rhe tpecia! -nvir.iunn tit the ,iml dined with her mnje-tv They .il.so spenc me night at the mark of iignai favor Benin is -.uffi-r'ji'j frtjin an epidemic tit rlres and it is neiiev.-d lhat u of m- I'endlnries in ar -vn-k de-lro-'na bn.lil- 1- gs for the -line -he IPI.LV ro pi'indcr. The tire linijaild ha- proved so metficient rii.il -he pitul c s ilarmcd. mil there 'H a general dein.ind a ot the lervice. .Me.ui-vbila ihe eirortn or ihe police detect "lie rire- h.iv- LM rel ueeil ;vr hunc SIlccesH A ri-ligii.iis rev. l.n.im on i s-m.ill icale rhe .tr.le Prussian nra-a at Fiii.iu. ,iear Koiiiu'-borir. A very pop- ular Lnrher-in pnst.ir ha-.-liiLf. -liler ni iicii i Tavnl ot sjni-.r. co.icludeti that, he ctiulit no ci'ii-i'ient oiish- reai'ii Ijis slock' tue'.-net, ,ji t.uii, f.i.th. us he bail necnmu 'i c'.rtv'ei't lo ('.tt'ioiti I'-m. tearluliy de- t )'he 11 i ,1 far" t'r'jtii ;m it. -ii ,'i-eat -vm tlie ilevolloii 'if -ver -liai "in te MT .itiy Miiiihes r.-i-'ii.n nut -o be rr mi hiiii. n nis uiiluri. 1'.1'_m .....nc'lt il IH 'a t-ed in Ml'llillWK sens.! 11 rile -It ill. in'i il i.s in I "'i.........lv i" 1 i yon si.I- las Oeell created In piib.ic c uv tne repuii .'rum -e.l 'i ro the Ciured stales. HI purl uiiert-Mi-i in ll.ivva.l aitil 'i.i 'e tu-eii -mspectr-ti uf an inuexatiou plut UMiuif 10 rne mowing proinnieucti of social ind .......loiui.-al qiiestious, the Aii.sirian -.'miier'ir inn decl ed ID re- establish the iniliiHtrv of eciiuollilcid science, dome rima ibtilished PARNELL'S POPULARITY Tlie all iriun Lpun tils Dep.u-nnu for Dublin. t..'NUi.s Dec III was ,1 ur.nvil Irl-h rest, i.-nts ol Linlll.ni ill the wiieii Pirnell star'wl for Dub- .111. him -vitli wildenihu- sliisin. i.ni in response to their repealed calls Hi- Parnell tinallv iidilres--ed them trom i car window He .siud: am ovar- M' il von have nuiion-d me in s.icli nnmbBri with your help in 'his -iirht, 1 have nweil ve irs en [n-limen in Enirl.iud the tirst, assisrancH in fr-immi{ for my country rhe p.n.li Alncn she has pursued from that i tu :lna hav- never forsrutren your help, i md have never toraoue'i rhar ro yon. ex- lies fiom Krin. was due rhe lirst. godspeed to the new icriiitifle. Vou nhall liavs no ciinne ro i-Burnt ihiir. yon stood by those 'ind you will with me Co the end. anil togeuu upnn your arrival m Eiii-npti. PAH.NKI.L. In adiiition ro thn above., Mr. O'Brmn h.is torwardud the following NKW YoitK, Dec. 1. mi. Purned.lt P. HIHIKU .j! Liimlun: I to Unit rliu nnaleii nu; vt-i-sion nj my cuiilliliMilial .'ithleuniin niihllshu'l in rlie prra-j Your lepiy ohoiva n tiiuu nt uiv riii-siune A'licn wa-s tiroraiJlL-d by regard for yniir [iii.st servicea and by still e.tiHtlnff persona! nun mid aunt wuh rhuininvl-j (.1 cia..-ujii.-s hurii, in the eaniest tioiie ilint nn ni i oiih.itiancH wiili the rhe i he parly, whose .-li-rtioii of ,i' ve uii't a .ray hy '-11 'lie [-Mllntf- misfit saved H run.on- eninlii i The tone nf your replv 11 i li1' -'.....mil Cor hope; bin, I he'lor-iiile I'nii'-.Mjurnci--io'he''oiin- i -I ,i 'iir.-r-i, i-iiie [am i .1.1 o l-M in an mrei viciv, .mil I.i.- lor [trance, on umruuillrariMu; -Mr Dilion has sent i.htj t'ollo" gram Jumin McCarthy: Xrw YoiiK, Dec. 9. !8tVI. J-imn Mrf.u-ilr-, II. R, Hou.su 01: rnrumons. HOLLOWAY WALL BRUTALLY MUR- DERS HIS WIFE THE ME FAIR. I IU Anil After Wotmullif; Her Brother Bud In- dian Killed In a Salona Flight mt Colo. Ex-PugllUt John F. Clow Shot Down In CoM Fall of an Irwn Worker In Topuku. Kao. CHARLOTTE. N. C, Dec. Hen rictta Mill.i, Ruthertord county, Hulloway Wall nhot, and killed his wife, danger- ously wounded her brother, and then an end to his own life. About eighteen montha Wail mar- ried Mixs En Havnes and went xvest. After or nine months he denerred her Her relahvps her to home. hail not been hctird of since. Yesterday he arrived In Forest City, procured a conv-yince and drove ont to ir-ia living. Arriving chera called her en the door, drew bin revol- yer and shot her shooting her twice after whe frll, and then shof anri danaer- on.slj wounded her brother. R. R. who cam" ti, hn Wall then mounted bis liuisp and rude nway. A par'y went, in pursuit and found him ahtjitt two miles distant. Ivmitdeiul by the roadside with a. bu.let in his heart. FINDLAY 0 Dec h bound Cincinnati. Hamilton and Liiivron pna- senKer train from I'-iiedo to r-tn :nto in open s-A.ich and eollided wrli 'i train Mon.livaizhc at a tew mill's w-st lKht. The ladies of the Methodist chun b are holding their annual f.ur [t betcan at the city hall last niifht, and will cou- tinue until Thursday niiiht. The Meih- odiat have n reputalioti for com- pleteness and social pleasure, and the lidies of the church do not rest on their laurels, hut try to have each fuir better than the one before it. They seem lo have aucceeded for the arrangemeivu. thia year are fuller than ever before. The hall uas been trimmed with bands of bright buntiuir, which crosses the ecil- mg from corner to corner, and is used us a cornice, besides, around part of the j room. There arc -icvcral booths, winch j seem to (111 up ami decorate the room more than ever, tind they arc briixht wr.u pretty things. In tjje center is a bijj oc-, booth, attractively trimmed. This IH the fancy booth. Mrs. Charles J i Carney baa of .t. tad she. a j Sftcu by Mi'u. Edniiind tloaii, J.tine-A (lolslum and Mn J Uu the in i't.h wall is Ihe iru-crenm and Icmiininlc booth, which tliti a innje biiH- incss .act niirht. rimes Russell is in '-'i Her at.r-iaiaula are MI.SS i Ahull and Wngiit Across the fiom. on the south -iide, in the candy 1 booth, priitlih trimmed in blue and! I wuite. Kitie hiinplam us in! Jv.i lutsis1 Oracc ind M.-i" On Ihe west) iide in the (lower booth. This ia trim-1 in ijnicn and with lowers, i Mrs Gramelich ia ussisted byiliKses Sadie j Hawkey, Myrtle Kernick and Viola rfwetland. tn the corner adjoining tlie last booth I IH the southern booth. This is a spec- i ial fentura of tlie fair of thia year. Cot- ton balls have been brought from the j South, and ,ire -joid hiirn, and suirnr cum; from the South w on the wny for the same purpose. Lust there wiiti a special entertiuunicnt at this booth which was greatly enjoyed. A. party of colored folks appeared in wan waikinv ilonn rraek and slipped plantation corituine and The TO RELIEVE MONEY STRINGENCY, t of. 'iir of Cfiiil to vas shon-'i .Mou- 11 h" iMies money 'nlv-inced cent mil r ir no anp irent, uepi tear on this or 'Jie eapl- ipia.Ti 'ed Ann.mo. Trtnkhn hotli owr th" heaii with ii billiard cue, one and the 01 her Aniiciies unmu to Aniiiuio, intent but h wan MUiirdav 'iiid Monday iold to thu inn )iuil ol v t, ordered. Y.-aier- dav order .s- ib tor It .-I uii jrrt'iit, that uvvinu to rue i-i-reiiii! ijuautitv ol money in Lou- dull the Bank ol EnglanU IH willing tu lose from tive to tin millum-i c. an Iron worker on i stare liouac. was la- stanrly killed, lie fell IM feet. He was fnuhrfullv He was the nmrh iron wirun'an n.a' haa heeu killed within tlie lasr rivt: years vlnle at work on the arare Innuiti. liv leaves a widow and two children USE OPIUM. Hi.If FRANdM'i. Dec T. IT. Pbelps testifying before the eomrres- 'I'he Hethadiht iiippcrs have praised fur their quality und rifnlnesH. and hint niirhc'd deaerveil pr-iice, aa 'laual. [r waa a N'ew Enir land supper, nerved uuiter the of lira Hi-Croskey and Mrs. John Dur- reil. Toniirut llii: Uuiuia of the lecomi 'aider the ilirecflon of ami Mra. N'slnou. will serve diiuketi pin. 'Die waa Urije laat uiulit. Deer til [From ihe U, adville rrliuiie .if llnmlar niuiil. The Tribune haa alluded to the necessity of enforcing the ijame :ind flah laws, an have aeyenil olher wiili: awake pitpera of thia section Tue t'illi.s atlenliuti to tut: 'jrow- ini; scarcity of dnir. of wLlich -Uiire ih not now m the forests of our dtate one where there were formerly huadredn. Although there hare been a great many hunterp in the woods the present winter but few reports have come of auoceanful hunting. Of counte the scarcity of auow may be attributed one of the renaona, but the scarcity ut" the game ia the prime cause. la thu forests of the counties where they are chiefly found it ia a safe prediction to aaaert that for every deer there will be -iny-where from live to twenty-five hunters, und 11 eood lYuil'ilHS A'lju.sled. Dee :n -In Jio n.uise m' ci.ni- mim, i. i.i.l.-r n iu'n i-v --r.ticii a moii'i-i ih n ,1 AT'c in un-y h.u! be-., cnnc: 'uh-u. r'u- for ct t c. ol u, been hl! So.ltii _Vnc.m dubjeLta at uo1 n eo CAIRO. Doc be-ievi-t th-it Osman the rebel lemler. s beu'i" furiiis-hal with grain and from Jetld.ih and jthi-r porra in exclimi.re for slaves. A slave is sold for n. mtiiLl in the interior of Suudan. '.vhere famine prevailu. No Place for Political Refugees. BERNS. Dec. national council has agreed to grant applications from other countries for the extradition of parsons charged with puhtiiaii offenses. While we cannot prevent people from contracting ciitarrh, we can curu tiiuui with Old Saul's Catarrli Cure Sold ef erywhere for in cems. Ail uupieitbaiu paasenffer 'm a street car is a crying baby. In sucti cases Dr Bull s Baby airup should be ni-ren to little sufferer to ease its troubles Fries only 35 cents. Lli-hr Sentence for IT inNluiujhtnr. j BrFrv.'.o nee. Harh. the1 man wlio wi. lor lulling Pntrhiv' nil.i- Sioir.' and who pleaded ixiiilty ro 'n imliii in rln: seci'iid deurcp on XMV iri--iiune.il :or 'Jenrence be-1 fore H.irch in rhe nrniiin.ii renn of rne sup, rim- i nurr. .tlnil.iyitd ni unod eh.trader -.vert1 pre- i si-nie'l n r lie r mii the jtMlLre jave h m a imir ICM 'ii.-e of one year ind ten j inonih- m tin- pen.ienliarv iiiii N'ovembe-. is'io, rhere had been imptir'ed inrnnnit nimiher- pnnnds of nrpinir'ti --i.iuin. riie iluty on wlnc.i approxini iled In r.he name period 177 innuidy ot" crude opium had been imported. Plic iiollecror fheonimnn rhar, half a-- mucii opium is inniUKied in -is comes thrniich tlie custom Opium 8inok'nt4 comni ;n in Ti.iny parrs of rhe. courirry ir anu .va.s even nH'-d ciiiluren. He iiiir-rMuted thu he'innor tation of MU' cnmm !'P prniilb'! ed. The .-ol'ei tor also tesmied ro rr iiul.ile'ir inun of rile I'limes-H. F'VO pi hi'cuie'l ro till- limllnu of f'hinainen mi prisoned ,r tue quarters Ccmpanie- [or fuinre to pay (.runitf riitr.-rs' Strfjtr. X i-f, Dec. 10. Flood of Barro. Vc.. pr'-snienl, of the men'y Xanonal niiion. ami a conijUirtee of men h.ul i lon_' con witii rile Hon. J G. E.irtei-soii. president of the X'-w EnLrland 'V-nnre company, rel irive to "lie au inst iiieni of dilFei-ences in connection h" prooosed fediiction immigration "fur- I tnany of Ihem profesi-ionaU at thnt professioniil deer huuterH who hunt and kill Mic 'inimals to sell them, and who htiv wiir.ng for snow to com mcnce Im.i'.neas ia puniest. Some of the experts, with -ir without dogi which whica they manage to keep from Dii- ing shot by hunters who have more re- for the law, succeed unite well wlnu 'hi: ground !H hare, but tin; most of tilem -mccded on :hc HIIC-.V This, 'ii couneciion wth the fact that the deer Pe.r.ns'.yivania are irrowing fewer every .rear, suggests the necessity of some move toward the paHHiiire of meas- urea not only to pruveut thuirextermia- ution but to srive rhem a rhiince to in- creiiBe and multiph' and become us pleii- as they Hhwilii be ia tue woods of the state. per eiir. in tlie the itmirmneii "iiinloyed iiv r.nu company, [1ec 1. On iieiialf of the men Mr. Flood -ni'ii; Hed ,i bill of waijea de- sired. wtne.j IV'su'enc Batrerbon agreed to coiisiiier. tup of Pl.i ew f 10 'Che trame of the (hamr.ions York and (lunsber.; of London, was DI IV--L la-r, suited in a draw The position in favor or Th wer" for y the sum of that i few games' OL the It' nrobabie will be 1ng atruislures that can be built with the blocks. In marbles, on the contrary, the bent are now made in America. They are fancifully colored, and are put up in prettier shapes than the foieigii utiea. There are all kinds of machinery toy this year Thin vaiiety ol plaything IB more and more popular. There are boats lhat run by steam, aud railroad traiua an weil. Then there are different kindrt of engines. The tinest the OHSEH- vtinsiiw cunta almost five dollars, and is really a model engine The cylinder 's "lieatheil, lilti; a locomotive. There lire all kinds of yamen, in boxes. Tiddledy-wmka of course IH amouir them. Ualma aud Eckha are two favorite kindd. Another nice game was pailor croquet, made on real busi- principle, HO that growing people could play it. Concerning dolls, Mr. bullivan aaid it wuu becoming more and more common to get them already dressed. They can be drea-ed by the manufacturer so ciieaply that people arc buying them tha: way. Jlr. Sullivan went on to show toy furniture, which is very complete. He .lino showed toilet other irlieles for large folka, but the OBSERVER will only tell abuut the little peoples affairs this time, Mr. Sullivan said he hail a larger and more varied Block than in any former year. The looks of store show this, and suggest how much better off children (aa well as people; are now than they were years ago though probably they are not any happier. -V mv York. An excursion to the national capital d'iriiiij the public school holiday vacation will be a happy announcement to the hundreds of school teachers and others m Western New York. The popular Erie Railway has arranged for such a trip for Friday, December 26th. the day after Christmas. The route will be vni Erie and Lehigh Valley, Phila- delphia and Reading and B. and O. R. R.'s, passing through the cities of Phil- adelphia and UaJtimore. The fare to go and return same route will be only and to return by New York City, three dollars additional. Tickela limited to ten days, thus affording ample time to visit all the above beauti- ful cities. The excursion will be in charge of J. O Prescott, excursion ager of the "Erie." Pullman palace sleeping cars and day coaches will run through to.Capital City without change. Reduced rates have been secured at ho- tels and private boarding houses in Washington. Pullman sleeping car berths must be secured in advance. For tickets and further information, call on ticket agents of the Erie Railway at once. The train will leave Dunkirk at 3. lo p. m. Holiday Rutei. The Nickel Plate will sell excursion tickets between all stations on he line from December Wrd to January lat 1SU1 inelumve.good to return on any train to January lint, 1801, at one fare, for the round Pip. Worked. ili'i'ewed ovnrO. K. Turner's .suiek Win, Wheai. nifrli. I.nw. ('tini -MlIT---------------..1.-, Oil Us. May .........ni'. .in PDI-K. May -------n..r, iL42 jj.tj .........Bl1-, .liji' Mr. 81. Nicholas, Santa Clans, THE ERIE STOKE! He has only one HViKlcpuirtfrs. and that is here. The many advantages gained an this make biiu more and more attached to it every Here is the Biirgtjst and most complete Stock of Toys and Children's Presents that you'll set-: anywhere: Mechanical Toys and Engines, Dolls and Dolls' Furniture, Carts, Wagons, Sleighs, Toboggans, Do'l Carriages, Cradles, Trunks and Bedroom Sets, Guns, Drums, Games, Plush Goods, Toilet Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Rocking Horses, Rocking Chairs. The most Superb Line of Silk and Linen Fancy Handkerchiefs and Mufflers for Ladies and Gentlemen. FancyBaskets, Albums and Scrap Books, Jewelry, Ribbons, Etc. The present U. S. Govt. Chemist says: "Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is abso- lutely free from ammonia, alum, lime and other adulterants." SALYEH The Tailor HAS ADDED A COMPLETE LINE OF CALL AND EXAMINF, CENTRAL A vie. We h.-ive the uient of Patent LeatLer .n plain light-colored topn, 3and arid machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TL ETON'S Fine Shoes. If u want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' 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. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEM EMT A I. u-hii will .In fur IIH: at tiur own hi'Ule wll ['IrehH, with enytilnpe. limn Kltira lleii.l. I ml. I'rnpnn- uir of Hie Kniiintm Jihii-u of. Itunt-H j OTOIHJAKT Jb I.D., ['aUiiilAlUirnuvB, HISTtu Ost., W.iuhinntiin, .ipii t; i.'avealH mil fte [IIHIMM leenniit. Tr.uli! All IIIIHMIRM I i-iniiliiKiuit lnr Fcim. Infiivmiitl.in, A'tvice uml MtiMe.iiti i-efertsilciiH wnLun njuuent. V. Burhi't: winheH to iiinn.iiin-e Ui tlla 7. [nilili.-in in.l p.iij-niw in iinrlie- ill.-ir, thill lie 1110-ctliii.etl Ihe fur- I iMi-rly .ireiipietl liv It. If. Mullelt. 'M '.-Ol't prepnieil ti, :ltl Illsl .-liiHI 'nil tienui.'' ThiinklllK fur I inllell Hlllire I .It UlK future. H.C.I-111-rUllllv, il. A. UMtliKK. A MONTH fun Im iiuiite working for I'.Ts-tiiiH preferriMt wliu .-mi fiirinuli a II.II-SM anil trivtj tlieir wtmle In tlm IIIIMIMCHK. nlnn. V few viicaiii'ii-M in IIMVIIM rtin! latH'ii. It. F. JoloiMiiii .1 '.'n. JtXKl .Main-rtl., llichm.iuil, Vii. to 10 SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street DR. KENNEDY'S AVORITE REMEDY PURIFIES the BLOOD A.N'D rS RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS when all other remedies the only positive cure for Dyspepsia, Constipation, Lirer and Kidney Dis- eases. Thousands gratefully testify that Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Re- medy has Saved Their Lives. To Motkers and Daughters (even the youngest) Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy has Proved a Real Blessing. bottle; 6 for 55.00. All Dealers. "-V PAMILT beautiful to Cum ill I Bloort ami Kldni-y thiapaper) DR. DAVID KENNEDY CORPORATION, W. X. IDLE MONEY [uvttfited as to yield ten per writ, per annum. Capitaloan Le wiThdrawu at any time. Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trust, W.U.J, STKKKT, XEW TOKK. RODERICK H. SMITH, Manager. A COMPLETE OF Silisr Ware! SOLID A.VO PLATED. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, LEtTIIER GOODS, CLOCKS, ETC. A.JIS AT C. C. PEOTOLD'S, W4 Ifciiii St.. BI.FF1LO. i CHAMBERS FRASKR. TAILORS. i Room Xo. 6, Gremian Ins. B'l'g. A N. Y. J. MAYER CO.. ----DK.-KJSS AND ESTIMAIfcS---- Furnished tit) Jinphciition, ffartl-vi'rjfiil wt.rk a jpecuilly 'I'll <'K.NTR.lLl. AVH. FINE STATIONERY! ---------A SPECIALTY AT-------- OBSERVER OFFICE. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures 'SPAPERf 'SPAPERf ;