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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y. FRIDAY. JUXE 13. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES IN THE NATIONAL CAPITOL I MAINE REPUBLICANS, OF DUNKIRK. new Bouae MACHXNC for niiioi? A all kiade ol blanks u the latent audition tn Be HVcuaBMal Department nl and Wood A Central Avenue, Yard. I tel 790 .ile Nickel Plate KfUt All ol Hart! and doit Coal. Wuoai Luber. asmgles anil Lath, rraa CorrespoaaeDct! for wholesale lota THE WORK TRANSACTED IN HOUSE AND SENATE. THE Mr. Brarta Argamm In Fnror of ill- BIU IB tk. lenat. -The Vrgrat DeBelmey Aba Afrieultaral Other 223 and 'BS Central Are Artoatle Photographer. Instantaneous cnahs ol Babies a specialty tar nuusine except tor sot wa.1 QOOK iHVisa Kro- D orwlor. No. 18 E. Seeoad street, near Buf- lalo street, Dunkirk. N T Mu Be. Pamphlets, etc bounit In all styles oroMptlT attended to. All work guaranteed. BUBCHKK'g CBUCKKBV HOCSC, Mb Central avenue. Wanlesele and retail dealer in I. ported and "toveaoc Cnina. (Stasswsre, HOTEL, Eaten. U per da; Uvarr and Boarding auuto in connection. Victor Rider. SB and 337 Lma street. I SHOP V, Nsgle. Prop., Oadcr Lake Shore National Bank. Center Thinl streets. A dan stock or I Domeson cigars. 33H center street, honetaoera. Particular attention 'to lOtsrJsrua- bones. doueing ol row! Ottotnaj a specialty i VVIBIIIK BVBnrou OB3EHV Largest Daily in the Connty An unequalled advertising medium DCMKUtK ________________________ Formerly Sellew t Popule. aUaolaetarers of feugines. Boilers, Pulleys, Sbafbag eU.. Patterns, rorgings. t Work tu order saner vu, an, JIB and an Umter street, Manutaciurers ot the swell" awl "UnnUrk" perfect dttiux Dress Shirta. On sale in all leading furnishing auU dry vuods Bouses in Dunkirk. IJ U4 and Lion street, flour, reed, -alt. Balwl Hay, Phon Establisheil, laTT BUI. Inne 13 the senate yesterday Mr Platt gave notice that im- mediately after tbe consideration of tha bill he womd ask the senate to con- sider the bill for the admission of Wyom- ing aa a state A resolution waa agreed to calling on theiecretarrofwar for the engineer re- port TO tha improvement of the harbor of onlralo. Mr Davis presented the conference re- port on the dependent pension bill Afte debate the report went over and waa ordered printed with the bill as agreed oy me conference committee. The silver bill was theo taken np and Mr Evarts addressed the senate After a philosophical review of the his- tory of the precious metals Mr Kvarta bronght the matter down to 1871 at which time he said rhe two metals were (aud had been since 1808) on a parity The two metals had been, throughout the world's SLstory found tied together their relative being by a comparison of the labor needed to bring them into exwten, He characterised the act of 187S ai a "mur demos thrust" at silver and said that every blow under which, silver had shrunk and cowered was a blow of pos tive law and yet the argument was made now that the effort to re-aranxe by law the ratio of gold and silver wan like trying to put one physical body in the space occupied by another The people of the Tinted States through taelr authentic representatives m the two bouses of congress and m their election ol the executive had, in his opinion, deter mined that they would not allow the dis- grace and disorder to continue either In regard to their domestic money or their money in relation to commerce Speaking of the proposed opening of th American mints of the world Mr Evarts said that with the difference in ratu by pnauw, etc. KSUB HUTia. and uininij Saloon, Uuiou Depot. Easy access to all trains and bus- iness nouses. Best aicommoiiatinns for lora- SMtcial Travelers. John J Murphy, Prop El 117 and K Tbird street. rormtara. Cabinet Ware and Up- aoKtennf. Picture frames mule to onler I CO., 3W Cmtral Ave., I eadari ol awl Gentlemen Outatters. 11 aniuactorara Staaa Mealing Apparstna Sonitarr Ptambinsj a specialty H OME LAUNDRY Our speeialuea Fine Shirts, UK. i ollars le, cuffs, 4c, and Lace Cnrtains Free Ueliv W arj A Comnunirs, Cerur street Id. E Third St. rap ol Buffalo ManoIactDrer and deals m Fine Boots A Sbues HBMBf WKILaVa MJEW 8TOBE, Ittt B Thud st. BooU, SUUonerj, Musical In and Weekly Fapers, everything taiaing u a oral class book ------Setrooi Ooota a spueialtv in Europe and 18 in this country) that measure would be utterly impracticable Money could never be treated as a commodity It was not to be treated as anything but the force and propulsion of circulation Mr mce and Mr Morgnn spoke in support nf the siher bill Mr Morgan had not finished bus remarks when tbe senate adjourned THE HOUSE. W June speaker vesterdav laid before the house a letter from Mr Mills of Tetas resigning his membership of the committee on rules The resiifnation was accepted and Mr Me Milhan of leunesbee was appointed to fill the vocaury The conference report on the antl trust was rejected Mr Stewart of Vermont mm e 1 a further conference with instruct ons to the house confenwH to recede from the house, amendment Agreed to The conference repot on the military academy bill wnu agreed to The urgent detii leni y bill appropriating "si) IXJU for the PHJ meat ot pensions aad A) UOO fut eipenses of the Eleventh census, was pa-sned Vlr Hitt of Illinois, from the committee on affiuis reported bock the Lodge resolution calling un the secretary of the treasury for mfoimation as to the refusal KcBomlnitted Platform. Me June 11 Chairman Mauley the state committee called th, Republican state convention tu orders U a. m. ye  rosperity of and the laboring man ,t favors the policy which protects Ameri can labor against foreign competition, uds agriculture builds up Ameiuan in dnstiy and creates an adequate home narket for domestic production It favors iberal pensions for service rendered m the w ir of the rebellion favors the regulation f immigration favora all measures for he n itional defense and the revi al of A.merican o immtr e favors a free ballot [id fair ouut in all states If umeaervedly c minuends the adminis- rai i n of President Harrison aa im anu upright The Republicans of Maine pledge ro the administration their earne-t ind faithful su irt It recognizes the niuuil-cenB and u (e-stul coutvst made I y the Rcpubh aua .n the house of representatives for the ii-hf of the ma- jority to transact tbe I itiaevs of the countiyunl -the leadership ot Reed wh i his bv the oirupiiM dis- charge f i is Jutv tone honor to th st and i ,n nt nul hi servile tn the ,i unfry After tue ail tn n t the platform Oov ernor Burl- h nml H m H B Cleves of Pofl I re I speeches an i tl e con veuLiaii ail jc lined FROM ABKIMD. THE CONSERVATIVE CAUCUS WIN08 UP IN A ROW Discard Prevails and H. Definite Action Is In" Belatloa co Important Pending Irs War Between Secratarr Matthews and Hr Foreign News. June 13 points to the certainty that the Conservative caucus at the Carlton club yesterday ended in a row LpoD the questions of procedureand the advisability of shelving one or an other of the important bills now m van OUB stages of parliamentary advam erne-it not only the cabinet but the iftl leaders at the Tory party as well as the voting contingent of the ministry in the house of cotunions have for "ometime put been divided in apmiun, while the pressure of the constituent les upon their representative! also variously directed, has The caucus ir is asserted by the tin fators of tBe minister al policy would restore harmony, but die bitter discussion wbich characterized the con fereace and the failure of the meeting to reach any definite conclusion denotes a widening of the breach to an extent NATIONAL TEMPERANCE CONGRESS. The tame of the Failure of Prohibitory Dili NFW Tune national temperance convention was well attended of the tunard i-teamship lompany to give yesterday The question 'should there be a return passage to certain immigrants brought to this conntrj in violation of the contract labor law Adopted Mr Morrow of California presented the MaTOTMS at description and at livug rases by pairk Printing Company, S and la E. second it. JB. 'AH BVBBN SOW. rire Lite. and general Insnrasos. Deal- ers iv leal Batata and Loaua Psr.icolar altarricn pata to (be care ol properly collect- ing rsnti So. Center Sid floor IkCONBOtVS PBAKMACT, 1OO central Avenna tUaUquarlsm lor WtD Paper Pa.nl .Oils, Ac. pnoutia, j. w, I 9W center street, MannCactarer dealer in Harness les Bridles. Buffalo H.lrssOovOTS ttioves Hopes r> 9CHUI.TB8, JT. 17 Cut Ihird street, Fubionable Tailur cieaUemen will Ond it to tneir advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewbera. U B. CAB1 OX. f 993 Lion street. Ueneral Hard ware. White Ware A special tv of range. KCUTO. ueh as blank-books, leiivers, and al! kinds at Maaks done at Dnakirk FrioDns; Company, aad IS E. Second SL K Cor. Thud and Buffalo Su., beater in Granite, Marble lagging and alone. Call on me iiefore buyui, ULST 7 and t last Front street Wtuaky, Wines, Branihes. Liquor Store for family Use. OUfUCJCT VnVAV, JV Lion street, near tne Uepot Boarding, Sale. and Livery stable by toe day or week on reasonable terms. S-AM J. ttUTFOaUJ. 301 Central Ave. beneral Insurance and lieal Estab Fire. Uie. Accident aud Live stoei .naaraaoB. Prompt anenbon given to bnvuu and sslliaf Beal ICsiate C. JUKBS, J. 75 E. Ihird st, car Deer txMisior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt am Meals, Sausages, Oysters an conference report on the pension appro- priation bill The report which is a dis- agreeing one was adopted aud a further coufelence was order Ou mutiou of Mr Peikins of Kansas a senate bill was passed granting to the Chicago Kansas and Nebraska railroad permission to transfer to the Rock Island its nghts property and Han hise in the terntoiy of Oklahoma aud the Indian ter ntory On motion of Mr Punstone of Kansas the house then went intocommiftee of the whole Mr Payson of Illinois m the chair for the consideration of the agricultural appropn ition bill Mr made a brief explanation of the detaiit of the bill saying that the committee had economy in view at everv stage ithont further general debate the bill was read by sections for amendment Vlr Vandaveer of California offered an amendment appropriating 110 000 to enable the department of agru ulture to continue the development of the wild native silk worm of California. Rejected The committee then rose and the bill was passed The house at T p m took a recess until 8 o'clock the evening session to be for the consideration of bills reported from tbe committee on commerce At tue evening session the bill estab- lishing a light station at Braddocks N Y was parsed aisodeclaiing Irondeqaoit bay a navigible water way DAMAGING DEVELOPMENTS tfce W tae Aurora Kailmad Waieb aVMiainns; a .pociaity ta K. TUinl st Marekaal lallur. lie Central Arenoe REWARD! VI witt may Ihe above reward lor any at Liver Com vbunt, Ityspeuaia, Swk aeatlaeat i or Losaveaeaa w, ouu.au ewe wita Fegetaate Liver PUk tke aireeuons are smetlT complied with They an purely Vegetable, and never Ud b give satlsrsftioB. Sugar Coated. Large boxes. tTftntaiTmir PUla. jr) eemta. Beware of coon oral; C ar alojimoa'a PHABIS ACT. Ou M. T. Rnmurs In Circulation Affecting Integrity of a Bank Cannier ALBANY June 13 new and damag ing development aoVctmg the integrity ol an old aud supposedly faithful employe ol one of the banks of this city is in circula tion The dist overv of the crookedness in the Albany City National bank led to a systematic and careful ex unination of every banking institution in the city Ian] yesterday morning nothing had been disi overed out of the wav in one of them But later m the day while a sup- plemental examination was being pursued m an institution where some suspicions entries hail been made the evidence of guilt stood oat m bold relief It is that a cashier of one of the banks of the city has been discovered to be short m his accounts between and tSOJOOO strong effort is bc-ing made to withhold all facts from the public The rumor waa first current ra the shape that another clerk in the City National bank was dis- covered to have been in collusion with Wnitney The bank officials and direc tors denied that rumor in the most em phatic terms AU seen stated that the i political party whose dominau' idea i the prohibition of the liquor traffic'" lei to an animated discussion The maionf of the speakers favored a Prohibitloi parfj as the onlymeaus of wunng the prohibition of the lion ,r while the minority thought rhe temperance cause could be more n-rtlv uUaneed b' working through tin d pnrties Thi next disonssion was on th- i of th, relation between temper in e reform am improved dwellings i iopei.1 for funds for the Nebraska csmp ngn was then matte In the afternoon session the topic rtis- cu.-etl was W h it i i ised the failure of the prohibition amen In en ts in the elec tions in Mossachusitt 1 le Ialand and Peansvlmma" H H Fiv n of chusetts Gen Palmer if Pennsylvania, Ira L. Cottrell of PI ndp Mand and others expressed their views on this sub- ject The attitude of labor toward the liquor trafflf then snoken of by Messrs, (rompers Wakeman an 1 others The congress held the final session of its conferente lust ni ht at the Broadway tabernaile It began with amass meeting presided n er by n Dow Mrs Mary A. Hitihctx-k r.siileuf of the Ne- briski W miens Tiustian Temperance union m ule a strona apueal for financial ail in the cause of temperance About IMI WILS raised on the spot The Rev I )M >ok of Btwton and Gen Green CUy Hh of Keiitmky also spoke and the cuutt lence ended The ilbany City Bank ALBANY Tune 1 i were no new developments m the Cltv bank robbery >cvrerd u so far the T nited states offl c-lal- en 1 of it is concerned But there was lied Mth the county clerk yesterday a piper of iun-iderable interest to the st in tl e hink. It was a satis- fni tu u ut the ]n lament of 000 to which the firm ot i ham Gmilcl rr Co Iti, inderstood that the judgment was over to the bank of the the firm ed by the turning owned A Tnnvlrt from Anbnrn. Tune n -Louis Martin a Sing smu transfer who waa one of the gang of louMcts empl >-e 1 m cutting stone in the old boodrich stone qu irry for the prison escaped yesterd iy afternoon The keepers m charge missed the man within a few minutes after he but up to a late hour lust he had not been recaptured Martin is a Vew Yorker threatening hopeless division in ranks of the party on pending bills It was an nouuced last night that another i aucu- will shortly be convened when a furthe: attempt will be made to subdue the re- liactory element but the Jerenniu, ,1 at ude of the cabinet minority and their adherents gives very little encourigemen the majority that their efforts will be successful THE PlJSTM GENERAL LRITK ISED In addition to the parliamentary re- wllion against the headstrong policy of he ministerial leaders in regard to peud ug bills the government had a very serious difficulty to i oufrout m dealing the defiant postal aud police em- and ail politicians agree tliat the ase requires delicate handling WIB- om of the actiou ol Poatmo-ster Oeneral laikes m reducing the wages of hfty post men by live shillings a week and suspend ng 190 more for attending a meeting of ae new union of postoffice employes is seriously questioned The actiou of the len was in defiance of a positive pro- ibltory order it is true, but the question hich the postal department will ttnd greatest diffic ulty in disposing of to the satisfaction of the electors is that of the justice of the order and it is certain that m the general strike ot the postmen which is greatly feared as the result of Mr Raakes arbitrary course the strikers will ru eive a measure of public support that will astound the authorities THE V POLICE Tbe war between Home Secretary Mat thaws and Mr Munro chief commissioner of the Metropolitan police having cul mfnated in the resignation of the latter which Mr Matthews bin ai i epred hlef Wood jf the Mam hester police is again mentioned for the vacant place At tha time of the. re-iii.'iuuion. of Sir Charlts Warren, Mr Wood is the most promi- nent of the candidates mentioned for the succession out the previous recordjjf Mr Miluro lu the capacity of nrst assistant commissioner won for him promotion to the comniishionerslup The virtual iis missal of Mr Munro, together with tne disaffection of tha Metropolit in force arising from the actiou of the government m the matter of the police pensions in I pay and reduction of hours of duty which measures Mere favore I bv Mr Munro will make it difflc ult to avi r a poll e sti ke m the event of the givern meat s adherence to the present pohc toward the f >rce THF MFDH AL FRATERNITY IXDtl VVT The medic il fraternity of I on I, r ai veiv milieu mt at the governnimt nc gle t of Parke of st inli j s expe- dition wh they believe should receiv some subscauti il reiognition of his serv lies They in theret ie his pro motion aud their petition is -r i backed by piomment men outside th medical profession A OP GBATITrDE Thelondon dock laborers m remi'in brauce of the labors of Cardinal Manning i their bi half on the oci a-iou of the grea dock strike piesented thit prel ite with purseof ilio m huuor ot his lee Tbe curium! in meptint; fh Kitt announied his mtenfi, u r i rh money t tLe en U for be.m ht Prmct -UUii the duchy A Kmperoi ilh im to t HI hr )t f 11 capital ers Prussia recent o ick has requestec relieve him of his dutii s a-s regeut owing to his physical m firmities The i tinkfort Socialists have called a conaiess r me et at Cc ttbus in Brmden burj uu J me tortbe puipose )f dls polifn il i id rr ules questi ins aad the matter A tue net m of the ptess THE ASTOR HOUSC SCORCHED The Famous Vew Turk Hotel Narrowly NEW i IK F last itu street and h mi ts ssep-irated i I he real of the X fierce that a'l spread to the h h iti} r' he h jt It _an Tbr h ii thii i l i, 1 hi f I [nished by Fire plre ar inldintr Ul Vesey n) in) in as a drug 1 e Tue j, nl hn i Di.row alley from r house Tne efioits to prevent its itel were fruitl, and 1 ii k the upper story of i in V ir house w us e'Ctin He was sent here from Sing abont two years ago antl had two years to serve for grand larceny nc Operations Suspended. Inne 13 hundred car- penters quit work yesterday to sustain the machinists and Wnch mill men who only man in the bank implicated m the been out a month demanding nine affair was Whitney The cashier affected work with ten hours' pay All is well kaown and always has been highly i operations are suspended at respected Both his name and the name Dreseut The hod earners and tinners are of the bank are withheld for the present tlu British gqnadro.. JOBS The summer naval s of British squadron will not take plage at Dover The centre of expected to join the sinkers Rplimm Strike. UTICA, N Y, June two snln- ners of the. Skenrioah yam nulls went on strike for an increase m wages from H.75 the fled will embrace the French, Spanish i to yesterday morning. Two of Portagaese oosate. i the leaders in the movement have been dlscluuired, PEARL TOP L id iloue about IIU OtIO U ibout a rooms on he top floor were rniaed A goo.! deal of he damage was done by water There was no panic among the jneits The rietor blames the lire depurtmi nt for neglecting the hi tel until it w i i tu illy anie He claims that nj protei ti m was afforded him be ore that Ihe to the property 12.3 Vesey street is aljout C50UW Winding Up NEW YORK June Affairs. 11 The report of Befeiee btetson m the matter of winding np the affairs of Ives btaynor wis filed yesterday The original liabilities of the firm were 000 000, but til 000 has been extinguished by closing out of loans I les of securities, etc The total amount of claims proved before tlie referee was IM-H S74 Ninety-eight per cent of these agreed to accept 'S per cent Others will receive about per cent Supposed tu be Peddler Holts's Murderer. ROVDOCT N Y June 13 is now be- lievud that Levi Rogers who WAS this week sentenced to seven years m Clinton prison for burglarv is the murderer of Samuel Hultz a Hebrew peddler who was murdered near Wurtzboro, Sullivan county, last month. Rogers is a desperate character and has served terms in Penn sylvama sod Nsw York state prisons. AN ALLEQED BRIBERY CASE The Bostm End Street Railway Cnarfed With Corrupt Prartiera. BOSTON June 13 resTdmg the alleged coi-upt practices of the West End street K.ilwav company m oh unrug Itselevated M Iroad bill thiongh the leg islntnre iva.s n Mimed yeste-Juy morning before the special investigating commit tee on rhe na c of the seuate Among tliuse present were Henry M Whitney lent and Prentias C'uin mlngs counsel fur the company Senator Fassel-t ot Berkshire who is the promoter of the invp-tiaition and Representative  ou session J Moore of the Mam hester T niou one of the petl tinners the Pe ipl- s Llevnted railroad enteriin-e testified th it in the interview desi i lot I by Mr inilersou it WAS stated is pr jbttblc th it ten itors i ould be cap- tured tor but at another mter view later ui the 11> cantor Fossett said he WL-, afrud h nld not hold his men as the VV st hnl laihuad people were offenn.} it i in 1 icementa itness had not jffeied nor consented to the pro- posed bribe Vlr said that Mr Higar s offer of (AM to it ic fc ussett fur teu votes was Ihe Peoples com panyhidn) such sum to i Her f jr the pinsw I the hill Hagui waa employed by -iiiailersun Mr intr wiuced the letter written b u itor Faswtt to Mr Hagar as Co w s VlY Utvu Ha. have made jp my "1 u si I, I West End pe ul- anil fur that i i in nk it wjiild not hi uf mw for met, e Mr V >re v BUSH-IT Mr Prinkn one of the Peoples rail road petitu rn testified thit he irranged the I etween Fas-sett and Moore Hacar uitniss Mond 17 that, the People s had twenty t mr st-u iturs but the next it iv the wh, le crowd went over to the st Pnders Witness afterward asked Donovan what was the m ifter mil Donovan replied thit he saw lu colle igues were deserting the People s and in onler not to ifet left he on P H testified tint he was 'mpl by the People icompiuy to look ifter tin ite -iiinilerHm w t-, to give um wbitever money he needed for look ifter the t ill He vehemeotlv replied "No when isked if he h ul h ul su nt JliUMXW waa that -anilerson t ild him th' imp my won! I pit up f, rfnt ot Kill as a guirmtee >f jnod taith V> iti.v-s is cross-examined imi the f ict of hi-. iH-mj a lobbyist was >ut Hesulh left the employ of the Peoples hi n in i rson came to him EVENTS OF INTEREST ON THE DIA- MOND AND RACE RRACK CARRIAGES. Results of Yeifterdav s Games In the Biotherhood National League anil Auioil, in at Morris Paik I uiul hi  0 1 0 I) 1 hi wi u 4 l_ hi, airo II 1 mil 4 i i u I Hatterii s O Hnen litfe anil Barston Bilitwmnnil-arn.il FeiKlmn airl At HnlTil, BulTal.i ifa I i uu VI I i n Biwf n Phil ut poneil rain Flr.n 1 0-11 post poat .It lit Bl-lu i, RlHlL Brilk and M ijuind H lllllltl I n mi ir I level in 1 I .tl I in K'i-i In I I- rr i B HlfT I At I hi Pltt-l ir BH.se In I Errors Batt, n.-. Hut anil Dm ker L mprre 1 yni-h Bnstoc Phrlailelpbiii irame post poneil i im IMPRK A f 14HO IA i N Lou U romsvill n (I II u o u u n lln I I 0 n n n u o n_ o H' I in nl I! fi eluil 1 i I. I T lull I t itti i an 1 Rvm l I i> 1 0 a il II 0 ll II 0 I) f i i n ucr uul l 1, vi I mil 7 u innall I i levelitn 1 4 11 1 limes aud Hamutftmi Beatin M Derm >tt J fl 0 0 1 rt 1 0 It) J ii o u i u o o i Illi 14 1 Ul tan I Plttuhniu m aiul h.n treilge b  II II 0 i i) 4 I n I I l il mil f li-. H i lining h LUil prl i n and VI II I u J n a i tTapron W W ANT" TT ageum Biicpuy xemiy w irk iiniiii tree No ueeiliil i r. i ii, WBITNJ.V N lV, Oirt., Wabhington, U L, mu i s I.ratle Markti reiristerod All I'nUtu onduiied Mr >ees iS Advice an.) special relerenreH o Main In ferreil who _ thebusinssn bparrm" and ines Ii P Jo St. Richmonil, Va. UflO B in inn h tnr K H'lieufer-.Svi   ref -et) in-wer the i ensns ques tions the supervisor siiiTiests that rhe enumerators be m trncteii totike account ofaiicliem lives h their numljera buperuifen I nt P >rtpr did not like the idea ami mfoime 1 rlie supervisors that the oili L would ni t help to perpetuate astiteot mintcs ulier- numbers of aborers ire tre ited mi i e i i beasts of bunle-i thiu men ind kn un only by unmlers Ile then gave pnsi msfrnr tions rhtf a lent number jf enumer ators j.i d mteiprtcers be emplojeil 1 1 pro- care thi si heilnles en leut Porter rwpived infir m ttion r1 ly from fhe census super dwtnct where Asheville N C is 1 icnfed thit the people there are euul rtfcthe ennmeraturs informing them hro ifih servants when they call it houses hat theie is no one who can them he mt umition Mr Porter ban written o Vance and Represent itive Swut u-dlnjT them to use their influence with the !e >ple jf heville asking them o see th it hewoikin Asheville will not interfered with time, 11 v a bi. Fourth ,ua miles the I rial stakes for iyear jMs Burlington hrsr Morrow second, Padiaha third time Fifth rue mile Fairy first Blithe Fi lipse third time 101'4 blirh race IS miles Oray flrst Tast Steel second I ittle Imi third, timei Races I nn Tune n races at West park yestenl w resulted as fallows first nice X mile IjiterOu hrst Batch eller sei ond Tall Bull third time I BV Ni on 1 race 1 mile I >e Blackburn first Hnry Kuhl second, btory Teller third time I 4cii4 Thinl i ice mile Popperfleld flrst Wesley sei ond Prophecy third time I F Mirth race mile f aura Doiey first Firryman sei ond Katie I third time I fifth iaie stwplec h ise, over the full course Uphui flrat Aacoll second Irish Pit thinl time not taken CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just reteivnl i ot ibere is no better place huy Roues, Stum-rosea wveping-roses, all kinds of fine ornamental plants, coleus geraneuuis, tooiatoe and cab- bage plants, than VANDERMEULEJf'S QREBX HOC8C Cur Eagle and Seventh Su Buffalo, BLOTE 2 Main Street, N. Y called fur by the Races at .It Louis. Lolls rune Following are the results of jenterday s races First rm e 1 mile and 70 yards Solid SU ver Hrst Pasta way second fohn Morris thinl rime 1 il second rue the St Louis Oaks, for 3- yeur olils n, m rjttHT F ars second Miss M ind third time a Ibnd race mile Sister Linda first second Bramblebush thir I time Fourth race miles Glockaer first Wahoo second time i-QI) tilth race 1 mile Workmate first Little Crete second, Cecil B third time OW..TS ..Vfi to any in the city, ami at prices that will pay jou tosf-ehim purchasing Rain Storm Vear A a burn. ALBIPV V V 11-The worst ram storm of the season m this vicinity -et in ibout .S o k yesterday afternoon ellars in all parts of the ity were flooded sew. r i were burst m Ww "i ark Central track fune 1 i riilitis DeVingne irs old emnl wd m the Buffalo A Vefaran it Death BUTT LO ye i _ -tmt bu u- it old ittmg at rhe dinner table yesterday eat- ng his meal and 
                            

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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
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