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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 30, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX OUNKTRK N. Y MONDVY JUNE 30. 1890. B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ASKW KUUJKJ MACHINE tor ruling .11 kinilaof u> the latent H'llUOD re Mectuuucal Department of Dunkirk Printingf ompany ami tor lOiMited. S B. etrrUKD. ami 2S6 Cer Iral Vve Fhotoirrapher Insttntweou. of BalTie. specialty proaipuy attended to All work guaranteed. 308 Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in U ported aad lomestie China, Glassware, I iBAOTAUUOA HOVCL, Bates, tl per day Uirerr and Boarding stable m connection Victor Elder 39S and 337 Lion street. l 1ITV HAJtBEB SHOP Lhas Nagle, Prop Cniler Lake Shore National Bank, i-orner Center and Third BtreeU A Bne k ol ror-.im and Domestic igara. i wNa V 33s center iireec, Practical hone-shonn. Particular attention to interfering noroee Shoeing of roail trottin horses a suet-laity 1) U1KIKK OBSKKVBK Largest Daily In the Connty Aa advertiaiug mfilium FEDERAL ELECTION BEL. PR13IB6NT IN HARRISON SAID FAV0N OF IT TO BE DDNKIUK KMO1MKKRIKO COMPAN ronurly Sollew Popple MannJaeturen ot EngiBos. Botlera, Pulley Uaairan. etc. Patlems. Furgioj Castings, anil Machine Work (o order .UMUKK SU1BT VO., aa, and If Center street. Manufacturers of tfe Cromwell and perfect d DreuShiru On sale in all leading furnishing -lotliins; aod dry goods houses in Dnnkirk. Dr TOOMKY, 4J4 and 438 Lion street, Dealer in rionr, -alt. Baled etc Established. 1377 .i HUB HOTKL and umlng baloon, tni  aCHOLTES, f. 17 East Third street, Faahionakle Tailor Gentlemen will and it to tneir advantage to call on me before parrhasiuK elsewhere. B.CABI-.S) CO, SB Lion street General Hardware.White anpobea, Oil Cloth., braalte Ware. A special (7 ol Sherwia Wililanu raini and Honroe range. R UU.NO, snch as bleak-books, ledgers, and ll kiodd of blanks done at Dunkirk Pnnaaf Company i sail 10 X. Second SL nOUOLFH MOIJDBKHADKlt, IV Cw Third aid Buffalo Dealer in liranite. Marble, yianinir and Building stone Call on me before boring your ante-walk R UU-KY CO., 7 and 9 Bast Front street. Whuky, Wines, BranOiea, Liqaor Store for Family RUBEBT M'KAf. laon atreet, near the depot. Boantang. Sale, reed and Livery stable atabhng b> LUe ilay or week on reuocabli; terms. S-AM J. UUTURU. Central Ave. lUt ueneral loanrance anil Beal f a, Lite, Accident, anO Live stock Laftarance. Prompt itancon mi an to buying and celling Beal rj-e Sic i C. JOKES. TS B Third cor Deer xcelsior Market, rreeo, 3slt and Smoked Meats. Lard. Oytilera an Poultrv "Bay the Aurora Railroad Wau-n Kepainng a auecialty Frank f SUpf. 88 K Third u. Meicbaat Tailor, JIB Central Avenue RE WARD I w K will pay tie .bore mutril for uaM ol Uver complaint. Dyapepeia. Sick flealtaehe ludigeaoon, voneupnuoo or Loenveneas we can out cure with West1. Vegetable UverFllls .trictly complied Thev are partly Vegetable, ami n san.Jscooo. Sugar c containing w Pun. and inuiabona. ouy by Jolili C W 't PHAJUACT. ui le le ae Saying He 1TI11 Ap- prove the If Pauwl ky Omi- roraean ef. the Week la Will Deal Prtael- pallr With Apyreprt.ttoo Bill.. WASHINGTON, Jane The Herald yesterday commeotmg on Pres- ident Harrison s attitude toward the fed eral election bill says President Harrison has heretofore been given the credit of at least depreciation if not of actually the of the dangerous federal election bill now under discussion In the house It has been believed that he wai enough to the evil .endencies of the achem. aad patriotic to rrown upon the centralizing and un- American clique which has forced mom of the Republicans in the Into accept. Ing the MIL Bnt yesterday the president took occasion to declare himself under the domination the Reed wing ot the party and tn faror of the bill He there a still some for his party In th. "bloody and not only waau the bill passed, but waata it done quickly so that the cry ef seutherm outrage! may ke used m tke coming COB iresdianal campaign 'to are the northern heart and distract attention from the queer record of the in congress on silver and the growing dissensions on the tariff question A gentleman who in the pant has held very close efflcial and personal relations with the president related the anbstam of an interview between UK aad the chief magistrate to an Herald rapreseu.ative eaterday mornlay It opened with a decllration by Gen Harrison that undei no circumstance would he interfere even by the ranotest suggestion outside of oatclal message with the aulwn of congress Then the president they pass the federal kill, I will sign It as SOOB as it te to for nty con sideratioa I want them pass the bill, and 1 don t care knows it So hoe quontly the vraidont said he In a de- ault.ry way adviasd kis Mends in both hou-es of ooBgrati, to an rapMly as Kwslble tke Sn.l aaactaeat if bill. w laat 'it Blight at dia- cussiou m the cesniag casmpaign PROGRAM OF CONGRESS Th. Bmlneee That Will Come Before Both This Week. WASHINGTON D C June W-Appro- priation bills will orcupy most if not all of tile time of the senate during the week The Indian District of Columbia and leg- islative appropriate bills will be dis- cussed and there la a probability that tke Idaho statehood bill will iome up Tbe senate will prokably adjourn ou Thursday over the Fsurth until Monday in the houae tbe first three days will be devoted to tke consideration of the elec tion bill and it will be placed on its pas sage on Wedaesday program for the remainder at tke week has been arranged but Thursday will probably be set aside for the coiiHiderati.a of the national bank ruptcy bill or possibly the compound lard bill and an adjournment will probably be taken ou ever the Fourth un til the Monday following t Like Sunday PlTTSFlELD Mass June ffl -The official board of the Methodlit Church meeting a few nights Hgo discussed the matter of the publication of the Sunday Morning Call by H T Oatmau who has been a member of th. church several years A year and a half age he began the ptibhca tion of The Call and has printed a paper good tons without sensational features The charges are preferred by Forester lark a local photographer, and promi nent member of the church, and a vote wan to the effect that Oatman must stop printing The Tall withdraw f-om the church Oatman is a veteran news paper man fond of a fight and will do neither He says if they want to have a churrb trial he is ready and will stand it A aCaPEHATC NEGBO SHOT He Bofnses Inmader sad Is Killed am Armed Mee JL JOBS 36 Howard, a desperate negro, was shot Satnrday morn- ing just above town by disguised men and came into town far medical assistance Soon after there was a aimnltasieaus charge Into the town from every road armed men on hones nnmbenng abont 300 Howard was found in Tom Sewell s garden He refused to surrender and was killed. Two of the horses of the party were wonm'-d by from the garden, and two other negroes Jake Ransom and Tod Flanders, were wounded at the time Dug Tallis was found, and he, with two other bad negroes was taken to the outskirts of the corporation, whipped and ordered to leave Armed squads were then sent out and captured the arms of the suspicious colored people Eighteen or twenty double- barrelled guns, two Winchester rifles, and a number of piatols were taken The armed crowd then dispersed. The cause of the trouble between whites and negroes was firing by the negroes several days ago npon a committee of white men who had been commissioned to interview several white men who were charged with living on terms of social equality with the colored people of thin parish By tke idvlce of the mes the negroes were inflaeaced to strike for higher wastes Alarming had teen in circulation for some time that the misled colored people held fruifnsnt tugkt meet and were procuring arms and am mutiou from many quarters to use against the white people m a race conflict they contem plated bringing on Raeen t events established the fact that Were not groundless and the white people prepared themselves on a war footing The re- peated threats on the part of the negroes against the whites the firing upon tlw (ommlttee and the cruel beating of a white child by a negro mam a few wwki i ago so incensed the whites that they oort- cluded that they would bear it uo longer but would meet the issue as they did Sat FOREIGN AFFAIRS. SECRETARY MATTHEWS OBJECTS TO MEETINGS IN HYOE PARK morning Everything is quiet urday now BROKE IN A FOREIGN LAND >nr Stowaways Arrive la New York from Liverpool. New YORK, June JO -Four stowaways were brought over on the City Chester which arrived here yesterday from Liver pool They were Peter Qumn William Har rmRton John Doyle and Joseph Bent.n The men shipped ou the tramp cattle steamer Waverly which left Baltimore for London two months ago They were m chaige of thelive stock. When they ar rived at London the boss cattleman eel lected all the wagesdne them aad skipped The four men were left broke in a far eign land They pawned their watches and spare clothes and made their way Liverpool Here they boarded the City of Chester and st.weii themselves m the bold They remained here four days without food or TOiter the fifth day they came >n due k ami told the chief oScer their story He fed them and put them la work stoking They were ejtsmiaed at the bnrge office and declared they were American citiaeiis They were allowed to land Beaton claims to be an old gov ernmeut scout He says he served four teen years under Gen Tarry and was with Terrj on the Custer battle fleld of Little JU H >rn right after the massacre All he meu left for Baltimore It le Said He Will Tak. Step, to Pro- hibit Public all A Howl of Acalnit Mnnlc at Windsor Cattle-Queer Do- ings nf an Eccentric American LoNDOf, June TO has been reported several times recently that Home becre tary Matthews derided to take steps prohibit public meetings in the parks, aa.4 particularly in park and the rumor w again In circulation with some appearance of foundation In order to create a popular sentiment against Mr Matthews aliened intention which home sei retary will hesitate to antag the Riulicals and the workingmen s uaionH to organise panuies in various sections of Ixmilon every bundav and march by different routes to Hyde, park where they will hold meetings to, agitate tha question of the of public meeting A tremendous howl has been by the Sabbatarian element over the order issued by her majesty the queen that a baud of music play on Windsor terrace every Sunday and petitions protesting against such desecration of the babbath are in circulation COM1NU SOCIAL EVENTS To-mght Mr and Mrs Eugene Oudm ky special invitation will ami? before the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh at the house of Mana Marchioness of Alesbury To Mrs Mackay will fall a proud dw- tinction of ehlertaiaing H R H Princess Loaise Marrhiouess of Lome to-morrow night After the dinner party there will be a small musicale the princess haviny Hignloed her desire to hear M He Zelie de Lussan That artist has been for he is to nncme London WRECK ON THE MIMOUNI PACIFIC. Ihe occasion and all the -onji ding have been selected by tl e The next American weddiu Norrtntown m will be that of Miss Romame Stoue to Lawrence Turnure Jr The date has not yet fixed by the family but the event will occur about July probably at Chapel Royal savoy AN ErtKfTRIC AMBRICAV Julius M C use of Marquetts Mirh who died suddenly at the Victoria hotel on frcm the bursting of a Moixl vessel in his brain was very popular among his friends although he cultivated one or two amusing eccentricities to a de gree that was mmetimes objeotionablo the British One of Case s fads wa-s collection of walkiag of add md bi zarre patterns The more grotesque a sMck was that saw in a shop window the surer he iva.s to buy it One >f kia stirlcs had the head of a life size Case would tamly carry it In the street unmindful uf tke fair that every panser by stopped ti) look at him Another cane had the head of a monkej whu h when a spring was touche I -tnrk out its tongue and winked its eyts and Case was fond of walking lowu Picaihlly with it under his arm blinking and lolling his tontrne while he appeared absalutely unconscious that he was attracting ai tention Others of his sticks coatained perfumed foun tains Jack in the boi whistles and other instruments of torture USD PI K. HAaE BILL DEFDrRED The proposals to ompensate liquor sei lere at the expense sf taxpayers h ive at length bean formally and completelj abandoned as was forshaiiowed from the day they were Introd ued The Irish land I purchase bill has beta deferred to net session ard the tithes bill the renuunmi, measure of the three promised in the Tin People atllM art fmily Injnred. NEVABO Ve W Misuari Pacific aiwenfer tram was wrecked Art miles from here ut 5 clock Saturday by the spreading of rails on a sharp enrve Three tie coaches were preciBjitae] down an eratunkment aa4 two people fatally aad more or less dangerously hurt A special train bearing surgeons went to their relief Those fatally hart were Conductor bam Jones and a child at W H Marvin of Kansas City The most ae- nously injured were JOHN EDMLVDS of Lincoln His badly bnrt about face and head DR. J BILLS, head and left side hi-nised Grs AETLIFE of Kansas City leg badly bruised T H SMITH of Chicago, hips bruised and cut A B WALKER of Butler, Mo legs seri ously injured MisbTO BODIE and PrnriK MouurroY of Lexington, Wo both internally injured MRS E. B RAT of Deernsld VI badly injured about the body W U MABVIN of Kansas City danger ously hurt Miss McFARLAVD of Kansas City dangerously hurt THE WORLD OF SPORT. SCHEDULES SHOWING THE STAND- ING Of CLUBS The lUees for th. Pennants n th. Three ol Yeeter- Oiunei of the American Auoela- tlon Roche.ter'. Ball ream Badly Broken a JnMlre. The following tables show the standing of the clubs in the different leagues PLATERS LKAM B. Per Won loot Cent. Boston J8 "1 us Philadelphia 3U 41 A FIGHT WITH A POLICEMAN A Young Me Work Gives One of the Fluent a Hard Tumi. June capture of a boy about U years old, who had escaped frmi the Catholic protectory in West Chester created considerable excitement in the neighborhood of Lity Hall park and the Brooklyn bridge shortly bnf.ru noon Saturday An officer seized the lad in ity Hall where he was playing with several companions The boj soon ar he saw who had held of him lay dewn on the sidewalk and refused to m.ve The olhcer d rafctued him to the stairs leading to the elevated station at the entrance te the bridge Here the boy again lay down aad yelled at the top of hia voice He kicked the cer and suoh strenuous efforts to escape that it required the assistance of two bririiire offioers aad a policeman of thf Oak street station to subdue him The officer and his prisoner anally got aboard an elevated train aad started toward Harlem The bridge policeman said that the offl i er wbo had the boy in oharge was a de- tective of Inspsctor Byrnes staff It was also uuel that the boy had escaped from the pretect.ry about a week ago Slace then he has been. around City Hall park AN ACT OF GALLANTRY Chicago Vew York Pitts rievilanil Buffalo Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia M 31 21 14 NATIO-JAL LEAOC1I Won Vew Yurk Cleveland Pittaburif 18 13 IT a 25 25 J3 40 ASSOCIATION Athletic fax hrater illu St Toledo Syracuse n Won 37 38 II) 3) X a ss Lost 18 S as JO at JU JUt AS 4U1 4J) Per Cent OB DM Per Cent auu 401 4IH -M.1 Waists, ouly 48c. Speaker Reed Opponent f.r Coufreu. PORTLAND Me June Demo crats of this district have nominated the Hon Melvin P Prank for Congress against Speaker Reed, and passed resolu ions condemning the Federal election law low peoiimg in as revolution Hry unjust and tyrannical intended to raiiafer all political puwer from the states o the lornipt ring in congress that so re- eutly proclaimed through its headsman ts domineering purpose, that hereafter we will cut loose from state elections do ur own registratmif, our own counting nd our own certificating Sail Death of A RIXHESIFR V Y Tune A Graves one if the oldest members of th, Monroe counry bar an I a resident of thi' city was mswntlj killed on the Central railroad a short distance from here a Peuhel.l station Saturday He left hi: home in the morn and took a tram foi r nrj >rt intenMiuii to visit his daughter Mrs Prink Dau_cherry who resides a tint pia e it is siippnveii that he left the train ar Pen held and -t irteii ti, walk dowr the track He was sti ick by a light en Two Penoni Drowned. BROCKVILLP Ont June 30 A sad Irowmng accident occurred here yester ay afternoon about )0 o clook which re- ulted in the death of Miss Me Mann and Mlliam Casseluian It appears there were four in the boat Miss McMann Miss iraham of Camtown .Mr Casselmin and Mr Major of Brockville tMiss Graham nd Mr Major were n-scued by otlisr arties deceased are well known jeople A Section Hand FataU7 Hart. LAVCUTKR. Pa., June 30 -At North 3end Saturday night a westbound freight ram on the Pennsylvania railroad was de- ailed and eight cari were wrecked The assenger express ran into the wreck and ts engine was smashed Traffic was de- ayed several hours Millard Hilton a tion hand was thrown under a freight rain while komij to the wreck and ained fatal injunes A Kl. h Strike ''IN June W -Col Pamflls Imarcz of the American army reach I an Diego W ednesday f rom Juarez Low r alifornia and tells of a remarkable strike n the mountains n-ar Tanrez He found old ore so rich that witb a hand mortar e got six pounds of gold He declares hat it is not a pocket, but there are mil ens in sight Reprenentatlon. HABTFOBD, Conn Juue30 Retains re- eived from the census enumerator show hat towns having m 1880 about one-fifth f the population of Connectwut give an ncrease of nearly TS 000 The state will oerefore retain its present population m on gress .ad lot loae OM representative as was reported recently 4 Body round In Niagara Blver. NIAGARA PALIS Y Inne V) Tbe body found ID the nv.r In low the falls Saturdiy afternoon h is been identified as Charles Oberst assist int armorer of the sixty nfth regiment mil resides on Allen street B itfHlu Mrs ulierst was here yes terday and says hei lnHljand home on of June 10 for the puipose of buying s mie hsh and never returned On that daj a man was seen to jump from Ijoit island bridge The remains were taken to Buffalo to-dny Charged n Ith llurdertng His Wife C Pi. line Kampfer a railroad en [.luje at Huntsdale has been arrest ,1 ,Tith murder of his wife whulieil shortly after he hail Knen h. r wh it i e -aid was painkiller Mrs Kimplers In u.er instigated the againM He prisoner and be has procured dence from neighborsthat Kampfer treated E s wife badly and threatened to put ner out of the way Mrs Kampfer s body will bs exhumed and an inquest will be heM Sermon to tho Boston V HI C. A. WILLIAMSTOWX Mass June W T Gordon D D of Boston, addressed the Y M C A at 10 W a. m yesterday in the Congregational church which was well tilled The speaker tonk his text from Rev v I In the college chapel m evening Dr A, C Perry conducted a very impressive alumni prayer meeting which was well atten leil CHICAGO, Jasjo 3D -There wen eighteen eatke nd ebjklr-five from he heat im this elty BatanUy Many of en m a critical condition ,JOL' CE BREAK? SORT ing RIGHT PEARL JjEO. A, MACBETH L CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA, Killed by a Freight Conductor CITY June 30 -C C a machmi-r was killed by W R Porker a freight c rue Zimmerm in tml Stem w HI stars and Krause Bus-e Walther Zimmerman Simon slebig Stem and won ups Urowned In the Frie Tamil N, i June iO-Fehsie Ainideiliik i (rertnan 3T> jearsjhl wis i owned at at i in a ha'f an hour nidmght thismjrumuin the Eue canal lenrthe Ford street bridge The man is seen ju West avenue as late as 11 p u it which tiiiie he started to his board Before reach use it seems he deelite I ro go m 'g s him sink and ran aswstancT but were too late He trom Uermany several years aito utfy h'S chlldren that f i. i t o his n-e on h A Train a Young Married Man to Lose Is Life Near Bueheilter RoOHFbTEK V V Tune JO -Nicholas Karasmski a y >ung inArrieei man il years of age WHO lived at 31J North Clinton street in this city met with a fatal a. i ident at harlotte yesterday Kirasmski was on the 4 p m train com mgbaikto the city after speeding the iia> At the beach Aml left the train at Imrlotte station fur the purpose of as i-itinga friend named Mrs Comer to steamer He jumped from the while it was in motion and slipping fell and rolled under the wheels He WAS brought to this city and taken J> bt Mary s hosp tal whare he died in a few minutes He had a deep wound in the forehead one lee; was nearly ssverod from his body and both arms were badly mangled Karasmski leaves a widow Freight Handlers' strike still On. bT Lot is June JO -The striking East St iouis freight handlers held a meeting last nljjht and decided not to accept the terms uf the roads and remain out until the ids acceded to their demands [t is stated thtt should the road not grant tke si-nkirs deni mis the transfer drivers and o her memtiers of the American Federa tion of I ahor who ire immediately con ci nie.l in the freiuht handlers movement will jom the strikers to-day Tnded Life With Strychnine BtLTtMOKE Md suicide tendeil by most distresHing circumstances occurred Saturday night at JliB North Ful ton avenue Henry Mende a bookkeeper ended his life by swallowing twenty grams of strychnine The cause for the suicide was apparent He leaves a widow and laid The coroner declined to hold an inquest satisfied that death was caused by suicide Sunday AHuorlatlon Games. Lonls- Pt Looia 0 0 0 1 8 4 J 0 ItochitHter 00000 1 0 Baw hits-St Louis II, Rochester 7 Louis J. Roc heater hitrock and Mnnyan. Calihan Blauvett and McKeouuh At Louisville I Brooklyn n u u 0 II 1 B me hits Lontovllteli Hi ikhn Err rs I oulsvllle 4 I kl u Batten.- FLret an.] Mattmioi unii Pin L mpin l> si htsr VI Ti ledo I'Ue Toledo-Atliletii jfarne was -f pyeil mm at the end of Uie fourth la n ilg Tiled i Athletli 1 At olumbiiH-Colunibus-Svrai uc game was atopped by ri n at the end of the sc-c-ond ln olauibus 1 Syracuse 0 2-U 7 0 0 8 kbeiker Fancy C.a.a LaiW Fancy Fast Black Jersey Blouse 7 Ladies Fancy Fme FUanelette B Ladies Very fine Blonse Waists, only 75c. Lad.es' Fancy Flannelette Blouse Waist-.ouly >5c. Boys' extra quality Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 48c. Hard wood Croquet Sets, nicely painted, right balls and eight uiallets, only 95c. Best Mexican Hammocks, heavy braided edges, full foar- teen feet, worth f 1.35, only 95c. Very strong Picnic and Lunch Baskets, onl) 9c., 14c., I8c. and 20c. Garden Sets-Hoe, Rake and Shovel, only 22c. Adjustable Hammock Ropes, each. All kinds Mosqueto only 60, Ladies' best Sum uier Corsets, only ANNOUNCEMENT Made Game of the JiiKtlre. W'AsHiVbTON, June the pro- ureas of yenterday's Wiishmgtou Worcester Ijall game at the Gentlemen s Driving park near Alexandria Va. Sheriff Beach of Alexandria county accompanied" by of the Peace Drummond (colored) served warrants of arrest on the managers and members of the two learnt for playing baseball m violenn of Sunday law A tnil which devel >ped into a complete fane followed ilunnt; which the specta- tors tmineiurullv the justice mil sheriff Lac h participant was flned K and am nnting ro which garni.' n u, theii confinuul anil war I ants were uumninle nit -5ecre- tir; Burkett of tl e Washington club on a charge >t playing ball without, license U fcrrcJ who can furm-h a aiul awr wh, ume 10 thebuwncss -iparem heproni Jbly employe I A lew vjcanuen in anJil.es B r JoHNbON s I.U ,009 Main Kiclmun 1, Va, AV ACTlVfc. u.iu -mlai v w til lurally re Mn-M-uiatuiieittdil N Company uuiriini abfil to lliy I i IH (Wiling, shoe. i u m IIHUIIII is at rout Lady il lai I Salary u. enroll memliei. pllium u iv em ,1k l tlimuim imi I in! R, fereiues haiiue 1 Mnuire I v. uiti ,11 n Tit well rali I] I k lioi Illu Tw lonil, ll ive Just ,e, ururt the aale of Dr K PlIlB A I li Population ot Teiu Cities. SAV Tex Juae of Texas disclose the following figures ap- proximately Dallas iUO San Antonio 'JOo (jalveston 35 000 Fort Worth, SI W, Houston W.OOO Waco 20000 Austin IB .200 The city's census of San Antonio taken as a check to the federal census, givei avpopillation of V> 000 an increase of since Cyelone In Ten: NASHVILIE Tenn June A did damage at d Tenn >ester I ly nn rnmg A in negro church was demolished {wo persons fa tally injured anil others aeriously hurt Ireeswere upiooteii aud corald i able dam ige iloue Several Blown Down HrLLSDiLB Mich Fune cvclom Is reporteil as havm_ -.tmck Reading SHt urday afternoon anil tliar seveial buiM ings were blown dmn one man killed and several severely hurt Particulars are very meagre aa all the mres are down Bo< neuter Ball Teun In Bad Shape. Rof HESTEK Y 30 Uaiumer Powers teli -npheii Ihe Herald last night asfolloxvsi.il nn. IK loiidiriimof the uuseUtll i i-ru 
                            

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