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Dunkirk evening observer. (Dunkirk, N.Y.) 1889-1901, December 10, 1889, Image 4

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■g I ■ V *#UjriNwei*#i jMmr wmikt'W ' i i w ■ W, 0 , OpfrU'Eotiiej, Um* l.«t., ., . pii7to*it«^ bf\ ■* , * mwnrn € took . $k trM tO 'd fr. —B e iU tlW lC 6 riitip»t B oolr« a t F . K . ty o tt’a. iJiiU »nd exMolne, ; * — M r- J , V?*, R e id le ft IW t n lg lu fo r Tforlr* to /h u j Ckilattaa» goods. ! . ; - f b r :if#lkiera.' K e w Y ot M— F air, «f*lIo.nai 7 ’ 't«cfperatujce, winds sbiftiog >^I>0tjW rk t< 5 |iiipt«r,- No., 'l » l K. Iflu to*fifght, and work the S iy a lA r d t degree. — f io b it h o lid a y good#g a t L y o n ’s Fhaim a c y :a o d o u r p ric e i srp so low thidR rciiMfrcs v e ry little t«Jk to sell •A big sign boa been painted clear aerpH the iOath side of the 3Iulb«>llaDd Spring Factory, 80 lb»Mi cannot help but t o leen from the. rnllway. —It haslieftkcd’ ont what' the kau-r* M- B- O', mean. They mean MorriU's Band O'j^cort. wkieb takes place ut tbe A iisra Itoiluu W ,«l .tnn> lot iMOrt ILL,!, ii A A .. V abih Opera Hpuse, Wed. Jan- lat. 1^90 : —^oaep b iQojutz, a P o lo w U o a s s a u l t pd Andraw Cruskey on'Oefuber il\. ao.i ran away, was arrcflted hero on Bumlny tnornlng and was Qued $10 yesterday . '—•Mr. tr» D. Grigjgs resumed bis old .place thia morning as porter of the l4rie Mewl _ It is a pltlcC wliluli h«- !•< dtied to d ti credlttihly and UM-fiiliy. m ^ t | I \ fn a m l d f i j f h t l lIcderlcB i. Rie« waa held on. froni the Preabyterin: coaducted b y Iro n d § JJOL jOf Jla io B s, o f w j; Fijcd iy Mtcmoo!|| itc^ It w a g 'La'^go, No, IQcewasa member. The servlet^ w ^ c l4 ’S»’ly at tended, and the fcclidg which was dla ilayed exhibited an |nnti>ial 4' gr< *bk'h respect for bis charatkeir 'and past use fulness and of Morrowifor nl» death The yiosons met |a t ibcir kail and marcbed to the bnnia I f bi|i mother. Mra Turrcir. on w ^ st Fwlrtb j street, wUeno tbo body lay. There I priiyer was jakil b y t b e R c r . M r E d d j |o f p b e P r o S b y tt riao diurdi.^and ilic to I k e c b t ir c k . A f t e r l|M iy e ip b y M r Eddy, the Uer. E P remarks. In aec^f#^ii ce wblah Mr exj death, ^ir. Adams 8 acter of the dccca»«H bore the label of no # a d o »oroe dtb . a desire before bli> of rbp char” In g t h a t b e p.ar^cul»r formall creed, but that, as i a rrUgloos character cxlaU'dxisted outsutsi tlou lie was kind e o le o | such aflHta nif; gctilfe nnill Kk-ak wtid tbtf \sirs of Hfe wbit was natli'rs bnown In grmm, ■' r b ijs S l t y ® t e d a rfc M f P iD B o e e d t o \ M e d ,, JK p ti- Jffr, —-Messrs. George \V. Stevens, i^uper ItU e n d e n ^ f Motive Power ofi ih<* L S <fc M. S... and .I'.bn Robtasun. Mif-ter M ccbxnlo of Ihe same llnestHlioncd at Buffalo, wtro at tbe Eric 11 »tcl Innl night* —Tnclnow organ of tbe Rapti«t.* burtb will b e d isp lay e d to th e p u b lic ul a (mbs Uc 9 on 2 crt and recital on Thurmtny night Of this week. Grt iu in tcasi Is tnkeni it> the performance of this instru- mentii Which is described as ‘ouo of the b« 8 t ip this neighborhood. ’(^iaUtauqua CountyClerkVOtll e ss 'NoticeIs hereby given that pniids of Grand hnd Petit .1 or rs will be drav/n Xt th is O fllro < D W ed n tK lv y [iecem b er Ipth, at one o'clock P, At . to serve ui SfUircuU Court mil >'oiirt of Oyer and Terminer to be luld at the Court llotHi In the VillHgc of .Mayville. in and for ttSe^ouniy of C*,n,,i,„|,|,,a , oh the tlrst 3tonday, ((its diiy > ..f .IiuuMry HOO. P. Pi TN 111 . t i l rk pated, .Mayvd!c. .N'. i)ec U. ‘•‘iy. ,i—Weller’s Bonhsiotc isiip l. ic wiili ie,^ireabto presenta for the IIoti<luv» charitable. go«*I fo I dcfencelca'!. and In al{ his aim seemed to In boDorabie. not only in the public but in tt osc wh^rcup >n only his own eye would rc* The bur al servicu p f Iti* Ma< mir order waa (ondu«icd hy p*nsi l>Hiru ii Depot) Utand Ms. ter L <$ Rmlcy. as siHted by tb« ('bapl.dn, R -'.'. K-M Kcr-. nick. 11. J. Olbhs and. 'aat jrlasicr 11 C Bulllngton. and ijie mt nbe^a of Irondc- uuod L'-di^e who v . tu ii.c cnt in a body Tbe bcorers w« c J.»bn tidUaril, W. < lumiiii.fc's. V' lu r l ’iltrs, U B liitToril. W It H icel . and P J, Car­ ney, At till-yrivc, in u n i t UillCiiip. Mlcry. tin- . nt al was also per formed. pioatiWf-grswii fof-#*l.-per teif, §«d tfcfAiirt«Hy «ht« dJtIcrmiMi- k«4 M tt«d M P it ^K?«t|iTeicr(ii o f iprsMf th it- frogi »»!i»i#tf|s©ow dairy. i malctftiiwS hoW lagtbst g n t p t i h d i i r »c«*gm i^ o a p p a re n t p r o lt liy fg a o rfn g exptsnudliccouot Mr. Moss s^xartM that tits ioerexfed aaiciatnom o^j^ht to show that the pi pcrlty wax genuine, to addlng a t least •yOperasi'e to valus of bearing grape Offleera were cicc’c 1. Mcx«r» Ityek* man and 21<<ss buih declining ootolna- lions for tbe fOclety i fcafdcncy, choice uotolmonsly fell upon Mr. Keyes, who (fQdGftook the .rctpooiibUlty with erks. Utbc3 WBataCoinfortl 'm n i M M i ' . I T C l o a k s I MARKED DOW^ itm i i Butcher! few befliting remarks. Giber omcen ' K o D f r tf t / o F u 9 * t Afo B o c k A c h s i «iarr;i Itirer. I tire* ^ o f ^ a i ^ r ' were fpiy piopcrJy clccicd, fl». ». 8 Crlssoy of Predonia, secreiarir;| Mantua of Frednnia, treaStirer. presidents—0- O. Miller dreek. fl A Burton of Ripfoy. ’ G. J b , Bcbucnfcld of Wcstileld. I. A. WlIpAx of Portland. D. B W right of Dunkirk. M. J Tuoko yf Hhertdao. (ieufgo W Otaino of North Bivst. C E. Uasdall of Pomfret. ilareus Hackelt of ilanuvcr ITlolassoctall'io '-d]»»arncd t»> meet at .Vortb East oa January 4 Bince the ab >ve Waa in lyt»«' Ibr fol. lowl g fuller «4lk lal r» p »rt 'of 1 ^® Hec- r* lary was m e iv id y i l T f LO H O IN t AOOXS B R IO H T K S . sMl iwXw i I h iShem W B AR s e t t e r . DcKntctdwvcsMskivsiCdMliaMfktags.lMiHM W e s^lY G fier the balance of Stock Fresli aol Salt Meats^ WotfTsAGMEBIacking OHOB A WUCX PO* MEN. OHCS A M0K71I rOR WOMISN. A T CO S T ! Harassa tax. W O L P F A RANDOLPH.PkUaXtJpkia W m . m . burgher NOW orE N lN U n t f i u Bw. D E .V b K a IN 8tBs,SuoB,Snti^ Buttpr,' EggH, La^:d, Oysters^ C’I riun , Poultry, tfeo. C o r T f l i r d a n d O ^ e r S t r e e t f , . DUNKIRK., . ' : > ■ kx.t«bii)shed, 1836 . ‘ And E ersee’s pay ttte freight ‘on ai). out-( Mown oriera. T l i e of tlie ^ ^ i n d a n ^ g o r g t t o o f p i T f f a n c i e s The anauai tnretto,: wa« held uo Hat arda> D. ecuibcr Itb at 3lux4 Hall Bna • tun N Y There were present tJ. U j Miller «>f llorb ir freck. Gc»>rgo \V | Ulaine. J tl PhilluMi. A Duoran ut Nurlti Ka.4t, J A Tennant of Itlpicy 0 rtbuenfci luf Weslflcld J J Ki?y«l. For Citvlile, Mantun sn l i Inr^e tmmlxT RICH CUT GLASS k id J J KeyciC For Mr Muster. HUodall tis-scy o f I. a n d e from I’uTtJabd J J Kevc* .bo i bair Tbo »«>.-’cty look up ib - regular »uli)cct ’Tbe grajw gruarcri »urn «4ca and revcruca fi»r J ' T H D o n l i b i n k t h e g r u w e m lOy catine to complain May fi IN HALADJ4, BON BON. OLIVE AND HfHmN THAVH, WATER ROT n-EH. &c. f \ U R M R R O U S S , o f N e w i Y o r k C i t y , I f a s b e e n w o b l i g e d t o e r e c t a . b m l d i n ^ e c l i p s i n g n h 3 r t l i m g in the m e rcantile w o rld, 187,000 i ^ a r e feet of Bpace. If thei'6 w aa not som e thing i n t h e . R a c k e t B u s i n e s s , it w o u ld n o t r e q n i i ’e it. The n u m e r o u s d r a f t s o n MLR. Gout ha\* tile parlH alfi Viirt«'U. rialA**'’* rtiefect. itiiragra, vvb a in the bund'* 5 :e.; but whether the i l»«h la rt-«t fnu •torlmiidH ru ■c.lt aniiibilat P ipuLir trial *l»oWH Hv sf c<k'«itrig tifiittKFa'. when In lo the feet o r Imnda rii i with Salvulloiii 1 ' ipiiLir trial nhoWH t ic n o rth ■-[' very rln le, and 43 Ylar>*' • mt iol u->\ tiau | l iVi li lliegrc* p it b ilH Ini Tod, Itcccl V(-l erU s OH K. T n T lie lJuiiK irh redu< e<l the cf*»p H-rme brat their entiri crop TUc liit-eetL»cd‘ttVerage mode the I roil Itf .'rr lilts V ear lima last. Uxsi >tar III* average pncA' was aui ov«^r lo tip i f* pcF Th(w yoAr Ui*- or- will be Jo 1 * »’•>** O'* tuurt' this year than iPOMO.VA ART GLASS ( ’b i M n - i r K F f l t S h d o s a t l(k*.; ( ’h i K l i o i i ’H K u M h t L o g j r l n s , 1 0 c p e r p a i r ; a larf;(' *c. pet baiUcl > by Ulc L uixn MOMl’ EXliLl.HlTE HOODH EVER P ltO lH tE O . W K . C ^ ) r o T I v — . - ------- ■ K u h l i o f L o g jr in s , 10 c p e r p a ir ; a I a r j;e lim * o f I ) i »11 h ff«»m lO c, t«» j^ p .'iO P iu ’h i d ll S i l k R i b b o n a t a b o u t iw o - lh ln lH I t- v a liu ; I l o l i b y I lo r n e s ; I ) o l l« ’ C ^ a rriagew , a m i r 11 •iorti (if T i ') h at \ ’ei \ Low PriceH. • U.tlOt U-«\ tlS'l y ul |)r Hull I* ] ant I abip tt i p ta •»{ H o m e I h l i y e a r a r c m o r e t h a n o th e r s T h o s e WU*> g »l i b c J r g r i p e s i n ­ to m a r k e t la s t iiv t h e s e a 's n n m - n v e d i b e Ifatkct. ‘ t .'ll Wire. !• I uliio MAIZE ART GLASS c best pi.key wo-a li rack. T b e m u u k c A NOVELTY AND:M ODKnATfi IN l i J A C K E T S T O R E , 3 0 0 C E N T R A L A V E N U E . others 4 more In itii. way 51artm | r Hold most of thtir■ i grapea onj nrgrr aver-t 5 i w i r iiw frtan - M ' to (Icatioa Jfonijny xVenfi&r Books in expensive ni)il'hfi|> i,inding | ,,u ii-e. of Among the large illi.ul rnUiI .|ii-irti>H iiin> jchaiiirmn be monliuneip'F ifiii'iis Ki.-lilni's.” ••Rf. cent KngHsli An,’’ ••E.-iliiuioii ’ l>v Ji.bu K(4t8,\Tl)c Hi.I) 'Fa \\ l,< u.n ’ ‘•S o n g ..f l l.c I f .V r . ' ‘ 'X u n r e !.n.l .K r t.’' & 0 . Ail.oir,: the ll e iMii iin;^ 1 < larger 8V o . oiJibosflsd ra t r r,rc T e n n v s o i. M hit- tier. Longfellov. Lalla U» i U. and ail the poets In 12 : mo. , .\l a tnech- g 'f the •VSs ici'iti'ii <>o M.>n ll ' iiiglil, < b it let, 15. l^alyer win e. -rt. .1 r.-l *r-..in pt* of fletiry ll« , 11 . e-igni'i . The Ikv E r A 'l. 1^ ft -1 Mr J J K c m - s wi r.- ii.l.k 1 It. i B l.i .•>, i ( t ll Mr .H,. 1 . . A 1 U ioier ot iitvi ll fo r lb - lif.i ry T b . I listutl win n ’ll' J It • loeiiKrd 80 liidiiKfH i inilder u .ll by the I 'lino Kiud liiiig more In ibi. itbd rutU ir Sold most of pij'j 'We tr ,ca. and p«»babfy g t In Jt ; , agi 'lian did the L'liloii The •uercsscs o‘l the .Vfar bane bec-n imiuunse (IrniH; ' grow cm are able I'l pay uj, ibeir debu, and are v. ry pro pgroU* tcr*»w a good .{unlity of ^rape. ar,d there will a*ways be enough people to eat them \I bt ro la )ui»UirA l.itiiar)) Dolbing i.ut eur.>urag,-iu lit My rule in (o sell wtn n > ou cat* g*'l ni'.-wl ra y ­ ing p.lee. We can I tLr leutagt- by .'Ur I suye • 8 . Of all cia»-ca tlie f iiai* r«n«cd j cu. OUI ageiiic-ul ii .Le. by ibe gellcraj g.iv. I nan ut or by i«o.n, oii,,-r «iurco ttj< vviii-t otT It.) a til L 1.1 .11 ar.il mar* • 1 ' ll\ I f n W .1 fp ., e , .ine >( lU' ae WIi ■ Wet- \ ■ Ui.*'i ' -fa to ..u-t ' > . ■ 1 ao.l I ae III. ir . .o ' It *,. ll .1 liiip>-»ibc f.rr ill Ih >*ut» 5 i ‘ 1,1 t l l i i I > 1 , 4 * 11 o w n ___ _ ___ . , 1 r• - I b>- I ’> ■)) iiit. -r..i ..O t t i . . Mnn^rlTcstiKnil lli^ . B S S S S S a grai a H '1 I'.' Ill «'J I p d at lot rale ■ f al.-'iil I“ i ’ - Is la^r ll»» Jsoinc NEW DEHIONS IN HANtilNO. PAR L»)H.|PIANi> AND B ANtil'ET LAMP& Prof. Loisette’s MEMORY Ir W o u l d vtM-}' n^HjKH’t f u l l y &ug- g<‘Ht thiiit y o u m a k e i t a p o i n t to Kik^ t h e latcH t n iu l elt^g u iit lin e o f i^ p p r o j t r i a t o eiSCOVERY m t i i u n i n & m e t h o d Ciifislinas Slippers iiotV trffo ro tl a t LoyTcHt? [ •PricFS by / 1 ’ ■ lUf ''Af-Vi' wUi! iiiH) H . R . 0 £ H M iie l t e p ) 4 m' Jiliie, —Tbo atatoraent lattly given curr(*ncy, that theJUmnt locomotive worUa were arrahglug foi* tbe removal of ibeir phittl in tbe near future to Chicago, baa its fouudttiluu o n ly in tUo fact th a t th e com* p in e .' to in ........ .. pariil luxil-vx hei.e ifu- wr> il uii t ' growing •leiiiHiul lor .Vl^i t « IM’s l'li)si ^ elsna every when* re.-, tn»uen>l tbe.u (..r !. latlvt ness, tmligea'lor • ' ■ - .I'lie liui'tltfUltll 111 .^Oll tv. i Wt^ ibdit' Jficm b ted Katwhei. pany haa, fdr several years, been eonsid- e.rln| upon such a fact, saya The (luifit’ultiiralH/ ' the tlorn- ehsvillu Times. They are now no nearer -M ncluafon, however, says Sup‘*rlniend- EAanst than at any time In tbe past, locationtiasyot bc^n selected. Ills -moxo lihi)li.probablo that tbe whole will ultim ately leave change l^' far off. ■iety of ibisrnuiil Halu.diy. when be propt luul Uiie Importame of grapo-ct turo were report at Broc^on on some fiu ts rdatlv.c to Tbe swhjm w 18 Reverses In Grape Uru ring In dl 8 fus.ylng tbo \miy a qu**»iiMn g r a p e c u l tn r o f u r I b e Pa,lOiiaon, but tbo {'(junant snltl it bad 1 im a pnisperoui* c r o p s b u t g o o d ^B ccno . ,.'„,.Cwa5 •|t, 1 ri; 4 tbcre- to jM ^sViod Riwmph. A5 IMPOUTASTM.VT I KK. Druggists everywhere report that the sa of the Bealoratlvo Nervine p l o t e d ‘^ T t & aalDa of th e Bealoratlvo Nervine a nerve food and oiedicine—are astonlahing. J«ccedlng anything they o' while it gives universal satlsfi headache, nervousness, sleeplessness, sexual debility, backaebo. noormemoiy. fits, dizziness, fete. Taylor Bros., of Bryad, 0 ; Arabeij & Murphy, of Battle Crock. Mich.; C. B. Woodworth & Ct of Fort Wayno,, Ind., and hundreds tbers state ttiai| they never bandied any aediclne which sold so rapidly, or gave uch satisfaction. Trial bottles of this great mcckcine and book on Nervous Diseaxes, freoal Monroe’s Phamney who gttarantces and recommends it. lu spite of bad averagii-d one; that not vniy g»o prices-bad been realize 1 . H« said local shipments aggref tied not less tbai 89O.U00 ba'kcts. 370 ca s being loailedat an average 6 f $70<) pei^ .'ar. Obi.) coinpetltlon prlc lie saw no revemea a p d t.-iok a c h e e r f u l vlij tloq, proDoant lng th e | cxiajlng \poid- Ing\ system, tu bo tbo t ily eqnitablo oiae and safeguard for gruv ers. U i u lall ii i f l a lo Hui'c* HOs ami U a v e r v p o * » r < X j w u n d e r U)P l rire u ii H l a n i c s 1 I h i ti k M r / a l i n i i u l t d e x * |, ’Yrr-iui-lv w«*U Tbe* Ibe uatisU jirttr o f t o n r o n i g r a j o irin m g h f tie | { t Ufen markrtu o( tb«« fotted Slatm ; ba-n b c* -fr Hfly lo f»*i:v c c tii« p e r b a jiltP i j With thusNMP of Hung*. I ijo not . i ,• ' derstand why -our grower* arc u- ii.ng ! ' only twcoty-nve-ceol*. Ua.l beluDgcd j to the I iJ lu n a n d i b i p p e d w l l b ll b u l l i-*,nf<>ssed b e w a s g e t ti n g r a t h e r d is g u s t - I 1 c d w i t h t h e w a y i ti io g s a r e g o i n g . U e I i-etedo t o te h e bs uin s ins e s s pll o l le y . II g iv e s j ar l« I coll. miri-Af-o AXi» x u i i m HTUi:ii'iS^|. Dl'XiitUK. N. V. ' S r O X T R . O r s T ^ 3 E I : l t S . \ ith any fonsiiki d,le associutioin uritiug concern of the situia .might be marketed at Pblladclpbla for T e a c h e r’s lu .stU n te . 30conta and anoibur lu cents per basket. It spoil the belter markcl cars cannot always be* market. AsUo'reverses. Util Boston krT iKi mid be foolish to by a glut, hence ;ent to tbe best l^r^ei 1 b m n , fftXtomachr fpelia, Sfig^Ation, mUiyr and ittn. F oe lavr Cure^ Ian Center T P-m ir degree' The M flful, -th i s The Q rsl seslion o ftho T ca c h ars’ lo* •titu te a t Mayville wns-beld c*n Monday, withJiboiU ISO teachers, in attendance. TbOBCBSlon was presided over by School Commissioner Q U. “Wicks of Panama. Miss Ella L. Illchtjrdson of Auburn gave a lecture with lUustratlons upon the subject of drawing. The T e a c h e r s ' Institute of tbo sec o n d commisaioner district of Chautauqua be­ gan on Monday. About 200 teachers are in attendance. The forenoon was oc­ cupied in registering mombera. In the afternoon Prof. D. K. Pal lecture on his methods of tcacl _ motic, which w«» '^ell received and showed many now Ideas of procedure. This was followed by a disc^asipn on \Computsory AUendance at School.” The general verdict seemed to bo in fa­ vor of it. B .a r to n s l a t e d t h u t h o b a t r e a li z e d 3 3 tu 2 0 < k appcfl lay, $3 r ipcaretl thalSWi ily-llvc m i t t per d a y , $ 3 p e r w e e k , a ip il ;king and picking m t t b e a v e r a g e lab< r act ■ m a t. tb o u ig b some rapid workers c! As to yield Mr. Man 11 -acres 5G0Q ba.ske.tg STOOlnlhSH. An ail|jpdyiield tuna from the six-acn vineyard of lira tivay gave a icbing arUli- Oalo of Northville w Barton reported from tons this year a«. aga year, this season, b.; sever, netting as much money Mr Oulic. reported a yield of *.cn tona fr-im one a acres of old viooyarj^c t high ground. Mr. Moon, of Broct< a togUt-edgcd figures Ho said bla grapes for cost btm $1 per baskc r K first foul Nothing In the WI i I h VVorlA sO- Good. I afflicted with Kidney discaac. of f i Iheix Rondout, N. Y,.^—1 say it with a perfect recolIcciUon o f all th a t w as doc% fo r besides. Is the only thing that gave grape g ro w in g ' i i t i .^ucumbeJ i' '.ieitewBi,. sweet, and em and •AKhsatti,,<;fke 8 , chocolate* rouhd. f ‘d, tea, coffee and ‘•hlnjr werowtU . Is the only thing th at gave mo porroanent relief. I havo recommended this medicine lo many people for Kid­ neyey diseaseisease andnd theyhey allll agreegree ‘ that it has n d a t a a in saying th a t it has not its equal in the wide wortd for this complaint.—Lyman Crawford. Droggiat, Springfiold, Maas. profitable than any queatioDcd ■ w hether more valuable in prop u lion than before tho gr ing that real esta'o pi fictUiutis. Mr,. Burton claimed owed a more than dot iil to grapo enUnre- ' Mr. Rialey held that {rapes could Ibo Card o f Thaults T wcifertWd or i t I .JEHslegiaioiis ^ v m m d Ftfe- Wwtfdsw axww*- Iw lsw y iW s -i»« (ilNrp#et.* W e w ould\ takfi th is o p |io rlu n lly to cxprcs 8 ,our ^dpep Hppredakioa m ay frlepdi in d n eig h b o rs fo rth o sy m sthy and W p lu l kindnss* extesded to dtsik] DRISK “0 fi ' M l was said. two cents^ for per iimtUftt was at 11 per day [>0 re p o r te t ^ f r o m year against y of aini 3 rcptirlt'd. Mr ten acres Iwcinty nsl tons last o t.J i'C te d t t b b u i' * p o th e m a n a g e r t o o i n n r b p*>w< slaili-c wc bavp|iljir*y can drop(>ed *»ut. y«»u or ■ I whether ll Is dropped rlon — We «baj n o t k n o w out or n«»l. ■ b a ll k n o w -w b e a t h e T E E LA T E S T xtalemcot is made by the secretary f . B Randall—O b jm e d that tt keeps « t o o loni f p a r t ie s ig o u t o f o u r m o n e y . 1 k n o w who w U e n t h e y g o t t h r o u g h I, have not money e o o u ^ to lelr p ic k e r s a n d p a c k e r s , 'rhiililnk the seas. pay for tbelr pickers and porkers, ' this thing might be obviated 1 don't bebevt* In lirge L'nlon* Think It belter [ lo bavt snirtlier I nton*. and more of A A Moon—In tbe dairy bnajoess. l I bey never gut %» g«iwl prltcs, as when | they Hobt direct to tbe buyers il® sd- voi-atcd selling outright. ^ i C W Burton-M y opinion is the Jarg j er the rntoo, the better the prices T I QA A Fay—Aboui twenty of us Jdined 1 together and stild our crop, in all tweo- , ,1. «SOfllo4e*l tt-CKOTOW I j FmlCaiijfEvqllajf. e S F a s t T h i r d S t . N o v e l t y ill a T h e Teacher \Who mltHnl her pupils to stnmgtheo thstr minds by tbo use <•/ Ayer’s Bar^ saparUta. apprt*, )acr<t tho troth that bodily health U essential to menul vigor. For persons u( drbi-ato and (eebis coti-stUtitbiti, wliHher y a n g cr ahl, ihix mtsdJrlna la remartablY iMtieCetal. B« ■ore yuo get Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. am g re a tlji U n r i d r .l ' - M rs J a m e s I I . K a s tto a n . H tt.n itrbaui. M^jw. **I h a v e t a b . n A t t r 's P a r s a p a r f ll a llh gr r r at i t« -n. . t.t t.. n v g e n e r. a l h e an lthl .'* w C3P| w ith g r a t» e n t.l to n V g r e — Silts TbtiM L. < rerar. Fall 4 three quariem W03 sceptical grape receip ts. Ue held that n( . .reqlly any more t her farming arad tand wasftiiy too to popufa- po boom, avactft CCS were Iai;gely populattnn o m . ” 'CCTtV aUKC. iiirar Yiiks. ItM U i i l lp i i ! rmiiiwM ** Sly daujlio-r. tvielvo years el i baa suflcxca b i vac jast year frcia G e n e r a l D e b f f l t y . ' A few weeks since, wo Wgan to glvo her Ayer's Santuf'ariUa. Her bealth baa greatly IniprwMl ’ - Mrs. Harrtel H. Ilattlrs. SutttJi Cliehnsford, Slasa. •• Ahnnt a year ago I began oslcg AyeFs Samaparilta m a remedy far drbaity a n d n e a r a |g la r e s o lU n g tro — — ™— ■-* ire Id d Iho and neara|gla rrvrolitng trom mapsT<«f exposure I Iho arniT. ■ I wax In a; very bad ct.ndiu«m. bat six bottles of tbpSar* ■ararilia. with oetoatodal d jko T c I Aycr*a hate gfcaily itnpiovctl my I:^Ub. I am now able to work, and feel that f cannot say topmueb for year exrieneae wmedles.'*’—F, A. Ftokliaia, B cq U i liotuneus. Sle. , “ My daughter, sixteen yea» o!d„Ui Brethtea Churtb, liuckLoi^u, w . Va. , “J[ KxiSexpd from J Nervous Prostration,! S S S S S S T s S and am sathtfictl thabin/ present hriutb audjirolonged life arc ana to th« diM cf Mrs. Ann I f . 1 j r ^ olfirpo. M S a t o ^ , **After levcfil w««W* Ayer’s Sarsapart la, ■*\ CiJ J 0^ .2 A I! T E I . L Y O U R R E I C H B O R S DAROSMA M ihbuchui - M#BACK-mggl l _____ UVER &.KIQNEf H S F a ^ P ' S t o ' i y S i i i l a t e s t V e rjy' fin e , a n d t h e s t y l e . ; A r e m a d e o f K a i ’i s K i< | V a r a p ^ , f a i r s t i t c h . P a t e n t L e a t h t l r T i p s , w i t h 1 1 ^ t B r o ) v n ' O o z e K i d ^ T e p B , im i t a ­ tio n O r e r g a i t e r , ai*e m a d e o n O p e r a la s t , w i t h h i g h F r e n c h h e e l . I OATXsir $2 .5 0 . See Display in Window. .r E.W, RUGEi&CO., 7 7 [ t h i r d s t r e e t . CAi^H O ^ E PRICE. ^ - J - M a rtile anct G r a n i t e MonuBKent, a n d H e y fftonfiB ; y ou^wiJJ find a t » « d r p r ^ s M.C low pi-icea for fop t h « m m m B ii f f t tl o , N o v . ito r e c A tc h e s t h e c a d e n c e u*ar*bv h o l i d a y ' niiiHic a y s i t s e l f in its in o s t ' 18 co l oil's. O u t o f w e e lvs a r a t i o n t h e r e b l o o m th e f o r C l b r i s t m a s • g i v i n g , a l l in f r a n d a r r a y . ■ j T h e 'cK u lt | s s u r p r i s i n g j I t ’s a s i g l i t t h a t ’s tr u e . T h e S to r e h a s w o r k e d it s e l f u p t o i t s i u l l ’* V, d i K C o u n ti u 'g o v e r atu l its o w n p a s t . a t <m r fo r H ig h tet^m ’ss o n ' s e e h o w la r / , vVe’ve a n t i o i p i t e d y t m r h o l i d a y t v A i i ts . B e s i l e H t h e m a i i y i i s e f u l tififts — i*Jnl k i n s f o l k g i f t s - —wjliieh s t o r e e v e r y d a y iri th e u i t a C k iuH b r i n g s m a n y th i n g s f o r C h ristjinaH . . it tlie n e a i m i n g o th tu 's : capacit w o lu le: fill th e I yeaivt* Kj*ei'ial Coil’ 11 UnnsinK ( ^lU ^ 'lll UlitnJaH.iill wooiL, with ^ illKl Clio iS i .Iji'tillinniu l.'iinirH l.argo r n ii ties, ail liimiiis ,. •s I |»llOl^lil.|Vd ...... . ...................... io.eo to 30.t'o ' “ a i f e i s a',f,V S ‘ HhnvUur e I*.. AMtiqud Clmlr-. id«,nil uiooda.... ; : S ’ .\n^|ndli*i 4 n t c h a r g e \ ' ’ i f ' i t /eVl y 01 rilnc^dFariorsldtoin ^ illgB. .........................48.00 lo 87f) eo w e p a y t h e f r e i g h t — n o t h i n g f o r b o x i h g o r i g . ' v i l l he])-} y o i i w d w i l l .11 ilju s h 'n t e d c a t a l o g u e I 1 KK.SEK <t C 0 .,i 247.-Sir,3 .Km<-ott St. ' Two I toon. .M n l,«,-'B lTFFA J.,«, N ) Y . ‘ & 8 9 6 - 4 0 2 M a i n S f r ^ . e t , , BUFFALO, N. t I, T h e tim e f o r h o l i d a y t r a d i n g 118 d r a v d i i g n e a r . N i fa l o ,, ain ‘^ 0 1 ' W e am a n d h( su p p o g tra e n g ^ t h e atiirally you look tq Bitf- a d / W i e q u e s t i o n tliT s e ^ y \^ it Jiity to go to Buffal^ iii\yeV, “Certainly it h?^;” sre ^ v e ' o u r r e a ^ i i s — i n g , o f . c o u r s e , j^ ji i w i l l th.*! t nth .ms. . actitve Doiii|)etitioji in a large cit^ Ukp Buffalo brings down ))nces^<hnd ouVs are al­ ways the jDweat. Our rule is a s c h e a p a s w e e a ^ , a n d ling is mapked at a to sell ev e J ’y t : u n i f o n a i y lo w p r i d e . A n i b i n g ai nmense trade (bol|h job- \ ^ id retail) Warrants us car;-y ing a Stoi^k o^i raer- chandiie second to pone m the r. We haVe branch n the home and foreign s, and our facilities fer ung dre uneijualled. store is a trade ^ntO- ;hat has been stfadily ; f o r over 20 jyears, speaks well foi* our . metho( Ls of doing busineps, W e 3an n o d e t a i l s h e r e / - We sei 1 all kinds of diy goods i -T_- draping ami upr otJ^ copitr offices raarkei p i i r c h a O u r —one g r o w d n which also holstei —^incli idinj ties, tolys, fabrics; fancy Christmas povel- etc .— g o o d ^ ■•V Iff V b dolls, games,, and books. Theiie are reasons ei|n ling with us, and! tu «> these above/^Qasons ^ e have such a large out- , trade. ; ; I * ' ap o n d e p O e is so l for tra due that w _____ of-tow 1 trade* hough ‘ ' it is and, re leiv^ piompt atteation. ADAR icited ' M,. lyiELDRUM &| ANDERSON, ny Q<3>9 ds aisd C arpets ^ rATroJiBiiy, P axtcv Qoou^To'i^ ’ 8fl04|)3 AI ain S treet ; BUFFAiiO, . i N. Y ■ : v i c . | G » A • • 'f * Q i s n u r g e n t w breOier the g irl f h o b X lOitifl wh® hi ‘What ahn Qu hey tftoo |i Uunp-U||(hy) On “Tdh are 't Atholiltdii?\ ii p a r i n g t n l « 5 Mont, before 1 wotiiab©, Q n i^ BHh , ilmllTjae yotj . Mrf. P r o ; stxtii 00 X 00 , sjtaroil hjar; to b&’ longer; to lODiter, who h a d r jiidJ^ngoL ., Ctold ftiw blew, Ool. feat of his rod (iisfcec t o o li o c t to olioct tttOt BhiJ ( s a r i LI«ali«|)an) could n o t yrm whioK IWflM ) €mm iw i d ^ ^ h i ^ All. Gerard .w « i h e r e . ^ t u i t t oom u ^ t ^ httn 7 to oep okpeeted Ura , am prembo ( to^ight^b®'’ \ tm it ftrikes ©I Gol/juolr- m , l a n a r “ Tory kir “i-Y'on kn<> , Mar|orie'» q 'lacfth it vr«J8 vrm oonld b , ^ w M u r j looluki ,o 1 rtesv, fcmlar, h« ._,loc& trbjph odW Tadt&aU ym d fier *«3 U u tjautep ; fp tell her ' woehs had jaor® eiityiij f - S i d - h j s r S m — WJjxtr vrm , W h a t was r e w a RO i * Wb^“tS?' t J s

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