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FREE.—Send for a free trial bottle and -pooklot-containing-valuablo-medical advice.—.Write. -also for an \Easy Test** for finding out If you have kidney disease. Address Dr. David Ken- nedy's Sons, Rondont, N.Y. Mention this paper. REMEMBER* the full name U DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY, made at Rondout, N. Y., and the price is 81.00 (six bottles fi.OO) at all druggists. JMllKMavjMJML AND JULIAN • -tt > -._-_H-*i>ii>vH-----a-ai»-H-«-a^^HHMMI^I^->wi By FLORENCE HOLMES BEACH (Copyright, 1905, by_Josephi} L BQwAes.)_ To Sadie, it was a curiouB Thanks- giving day. She had never before KIDNEY AND LIVER CURE 1 » eep * way from her pt * UY ^ Jftnd ^ tTou ask-what lathe sum total of all your teaching? Well, in the outset of his career, a man is perhaps too apt - -4n-nyVr^fttA^thft^,vjJuP—nta.., wpmftV^ | smile; he thinks that because.she sin- gles him out to? fetch and carry for her -that she really likeshim.__Fjer> baps, even she allows him the right to give her a few dlamonrtfl this happy festival, and indeed had she not looked at the calendar., she would never have known that it was Thanksgiving day at all. However, U. S. N. as her father reminded her, she was going to the Thanksgiving day ban- quet at the. Hotel Cecil—the Waldorf- Astoria of:London. There if she tried very hard she might even Imagine her- self back,in New York for 4 an hour or two. All day long she endeavored to IOBB set in a band of gold, and per- chance at some Thanksgiving dinner htTeats~his turkey and cranb^rry~sauce by her side—by the by, I don't think this cranberry sauce is up t o the mark, •do^youZ^amL-all the tima^sha is-^ust giving him his preliminary canter. Then she gives a mighty tug at the reins and pulls him Bhort.\ Eossiblyrii-said—Sadier-^dth-a—sug- A NEW APPLE. -tke-memory-of^hat^ast-T^ankBEri^-fflg-^ia!^ v- i fib* m f DECK IF-A-I^TS for porch and interior floors, kitchen and bathroom walls. Made by B1LL1N0S, KING & CO., New York and Boston. *. JTor sale by \ HKNItY BRYDGES, FAIRPORT, N. Y. Cost most to make but sensibly cheap to use. Try them. —__-_ .—UR.TO=DAT.E gcBtion of a tremble in her voice, deserved itJ' . \Yes?\ he Interrogated, looking at the curly brown lasheB that hid the gray eyes bent on the pumpkin pie in her plate. \Perhaps—?\ \She certainly thought—he was in the wrong; she was only waiting for 1VtEReHANT- i FAIbaRIN(3 Th<? swellest things of the season are included Jn our new stock of woolens antt our lacuITIeir for pleasing you in cut and fit'were never before \so good. REMEMBER OUR NEW LOCATION. 35 EAST AVENUE. mg day, when to the general rejoicing was added the announcement of her engagement to Julian. How pleased everyone waB at the news, but none so proud and happy as herself, though Bhe never would have owned to it. , But even as she remembered she shook her head proudly. No. she would not remember. Shejaever wished to see him again, s,Ee toid~hefself~ They were very late in arriving at ^ihe Cecil, the carriage had been blocked in Piccadilly Circus. They made ^tjjeir way quickly to the table indicated, and she .slipped into .her chair. As she did so, she heard a voice at her elbow Baying quietly: \This is an unexpected pleasure.\ \ She cast a startled glance at the black-coated man next her. The voice was very familiar. The first glance at his close-cropped black curls and broad^shouideTs \sent'~the~biood — rush-' Mng \to^her^f ace: ^*Sh6-\clutched^her napkin desperately, sending the roll 37ithTn~almo6t bowlingTlntaliis knees. Little Known, but of Rare Beauty ._. ... --flnd-.flnnil finality. % — - The Barrlnger Is a bright red apple, underlaid with yellow, of splendid ap- pearance^ and-unuBual-qualityf—-It-has ifTong, 8leml§r^tpQ7T5ul\ToTcn^Tp^cT^ mens have a tendency .to produce a lip at the stem end, in which case the stem A''Proviso. : \Don't you think that. government ownership\ IB a thoroughly practical •proposition?\ •. .' .: ... >....'-.-• : ^^C^TaTnTy7 r ^am1weTe^T^^^« stax. \I haven't the slightest objection to the government's owning property, provided-lt-is^willin^-to buy-lt-at my price.\—Washington Star. When One Departs. The--man=who^ payH-hlfidebta and moyeB away Will hardly be remembered for a day; The man who goes and leaves his debts be- —3—hind — —;-—\———— Merchant Tailor, Rochester, N.Y. St The Cream of the tfl^\ P° u '* p y Press ^J^^A% for Scents a year. That's Jn krfj^^<#l# two cents a month and on'? \t^\^^^^ issue alone will contain infoi *^ mation of practical use worth dollars to you. The Poultry Bevlew Is not a large bulky paper that you hare to waste valuable time in \wading through\ to find anything of practical value, but it contains the Cream of Poultry Knowl- edge. Send In your subscription now. Sample copy and premium list 5 cents. Poultry Review, Box 7, Salem, N. Y. | -— - nrreT A T^ M cvrrrRita CaapliU hiteMcc i&A IrtoJIif pl»nt for 1 97.601 3 q U. oil batch.. 60 t[p »sd rxliti chicks. Citalcfiu frt» wilt. foilttod»/. •Cycle Hatcher Co., Box 77. Salem, K. Y. He-caught~it adroitly and returned it with a quizzical smile. She was obliged to -say \Thank you,\ which she tried to do in the most distant manner. The effect, how- ever, was rather lost by her general breathlessness. _- . r\\^du\ are faQTe7\la£e'7 T 'Tie\' , saidj cbol^ \ ly. \I was afraid you were not com- ing.\ \Indeed she said, icily, regaining a little self-possession, but still un- pleasantly conscious of a heightened color. He noticed it and mentally voted it very becoming. \Yes he said, \I did not know the honor that was in store for me until I looked at the plan of the tables— clear soup, please—but perhaps you ar- ranged it?\- \No indeed,\ she said, indignantly, \we did not know you—we had no idea who would be sitting next to ~us— One-has-to-take-~tbe—place—that none— . \But he interrupted, \excuse me, you are working on a wrong hypoth- P£»IB; you forget she did not really love him.\ \Then why,\ Bhe cried, her cheeks flaming crimson, \why did she promise to marry him?\ __ Just. then_Sadie'a. ear xaughLthe-name- of Mr. Julian Abbott from the lips of the toastmaster. She looked up hur- riedly just as Julian rose in his seat beside her, saying, in his clear, mu- sical voice: \Mr. Chairman, My Lords,- Ladies, ladies and gentlemen: I have been asked to propose the toast of our guests 'The Ladies.' For such a task my only qualification is a very warm regard and admiration for them all.\ There was a gerieral laugh. He then proceeded to make what the newspapers the next day jcalled a re- markablyL.brilliant ; and! wl_tty~ speech. Sadie, momentarily forgetting herself iind_iier._shattexed affections, back in her chair and lisYehedwlth-ainiums ^-Chicago Record-Herald EminentDoctors Pralis Its We refer fe that boon .to ^ weiik/nervous, suffering women known' as^ Dr. Pierce's ^Favorite-P^escriptlon.^-^-.^^^^-^^^.^^, Pr. John Fyfo one Of.the Editorial Staff of THE ECLECTIC MEDICAI, REVIEW says of Unicorn root (Hetimiaa DUAcd) which la one of the (mleiingMdlentsjoUnejlFarL vdrlte Prescription \ : .'< - — W A remedy «nlcb-4Bv«H4ftbly Beta aa a utor- ihe Invlgorator • *' * makes for normal ac- tivity of the entire reproductive system.\ . He continues \in Helonias we have a medica- ment-wblch-more \fully- answers-the, above- purposes'Uuin any other drug with which I am \a<QUdfnted; .In the treatment of diseases pe- culiar to women it is seldom that a case Js _6eenwhich.does not.present some Indication. • -I BARBTNGER APPUB. la somewhat shortened, as shown in the illustration. This apple was pro- duced in Columbia county, N. Y., where -it-is - locally—known-by—the—following names: Pride of the Hudson, Coon and Barrlnger. It has \many good points and characteristics to commend it as a splendid commercial variety for early winter use.—American Agricul- turist —— -or aching'-in-the'-backi-with-leucorrhcea; atonic (weak) conditions of the reproductive organs of women, mental depression and ir- rltahUlty. .associated with chronlc-nltetses of the reproductive organs of women, constant sensation of heat in the region of the kid- neys; monorrhagia (flooding), due to a weak- ened condition of the reproductive system;* (s abnormal condition of the digestive* organs amenorrhcea (suppressed or absent monthly periods), arising from or accompanying an COLOR EFFECTS. Advice Rearardinar Harmony In Flower .Beds. The garish use of scarlet geraniums, yellow, calceolarias .and blue lobelia in the beds_ has ^often been.\ condemned. Equally hideous is the close setting of leaned bright carnation pink and scarlet gera- mingled sense of wohder _ 7arrd\~admlra :r tion. f Towards the close the speaker said: \Surely one of the chief charms of a woman is her inconsistency. While we are never sure how a woman will treatr-uSp-whether— she—will—smile—o whether she will -frown or what she will do under any circumstances, then it is that we adore her. She is not a problem in Euclid to be solved by mathematics; she is x—the unknown quantity, charming in her vagaries, be- witching in her variations. I ask you now, gentlemen, to charge your glasses and drink to 'The Ladies.' \ Amid many cheers and much ap- plause the toast was drunk. Sadie turned to him, her eyes shin- ing: \That was splendid,\ she said; \I congratulate you.\ He gave her a curious inscrutable Bug—Mr. Bee had so much hoppy juice the other day he began to see angleworms.—Chicago Journal. Misunderstanding. The wltch7 ^flying ldw7~callea \UB to herr \I .ordered a brougham, I'm sure, But they gave me this broom,\ She remarked. \I presume, My enunciation was poor.\ —Puck. and anmmlc (thin blood) habit; dragging sensations in the,extreme lower part of the If more or less of the above symptoms are present, no Invalid woman can .do better than take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pregcrlptlou.'oue-or'thu-Iea^lng-ingredr' ents of which IB Unicorn root, orHelonlas. and the medical properties of which it ^most faithfully represents. Of Golden Seal root, another prominent Ingredient of \Favorite Prescription,'* Prof.-Flnley^Elllngwbod, iM. D., of Ben- nett Medical College, Chicago, says: «It is an important remedy In disorders of the'womb. In all catarrhal conditions * * .*- and general enfeeblement, it Is useful.\. . Prof. John M. Scudder,\ M. D., late of -Clnclnnatlrsaysof\GoIden\SearToot\: tt In relation to Its general effects on the Bystem. there ia no medicine in two about which is such general unanimity of opinion. It is unipcrgdni/ regarded as the tonic useful in. all debilitated states.\ Prof. Bartholow, M. D., of Jefferson Medical College, says of Golden Seal:. —\-Valuable- in -uterine-hemorrhage, monor- rhagia (flooding) apd congestive dysmenor- rhcea (painful menstruation).\ Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription faith- fully represents all the above named in- gredients and cures the diseases for which they are recommended. 1 I It-ls^a^safe-rule that-this-deep pink\oT~pale~magenta\shpuld 'not - be placed within sight of vermilion or blood red, whether the latter colors are yielded by other pelargoniums, brick -walls, shrubs or perennials. It is a peculiar fact that coleuses are ch n rm i n g^Ri th er^wlth—uinks„ .Q£-j:eds^ ysed with-the latter, they look browu- ish; with the former they seem but a deepened tint of crimson. The lavender blues-of violas, agera- tum, verbenas, asters, etc., are out of place in a shaded front garden before a gray or white house. Warm colors' are needed there or the brightening gold of calceolarias. Such a garden, bedded out with the brown as well as the gold calceolarias, warm mauve vi- olas and deep purple stocks and asters, will be exceedingly beautiful. Pink and crimson stocks, asters and gera- niums would also suit this naturally .21 EXCHANGE STREET ROCHESTER, N. Y. Performs all the function; .mMexn„Jj-Jiisi__C.Qmpari^. A p c °« ! E tive CATARRH ity's-Creanrflalm is quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at Once. It cleanses, soothrs heals and protects -the—disensnd—mem- brane. It euros Ca- tarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Re- stores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full size 50 cts., at Drag- gists or b y mail; Trial Size 10 cts. by mail. Elv Brothers. 56 Warren Street. New York. J-S-^ftUfttted.\.- Shenrgavef--a-—casual, glance around the room. \At such places one sits next to strange people. The company is very mixed.\ \It is indeed.\ he said, heartily; \that is why I was so pleased to find kind fate had put me next to\—be paused—\the charming partner I had beside me at last Thanksgiving din- ner.\ cold looking garden,, or scarlets would 4ook,_whi(^^somehaw„gave^her_a_new. t - be - attraetiver _. The . geQrletg . Qre _ too ^ en Pays interest on deposits\ at \the Tate of\ 0 Compounded twice yearly. Deposits made the IfiVstjthree days of a month draw interest, as of the first. 4 per cent, rate NOT limited to deposits of $8oo. Any reasonable amount will be accepted. Te^ung~i3trshTiie^szz^ThTmk_yira7*rlie\ HAY FEVER CURES A COLD IN ONE DAY CURES GRIP IN TWO DAYS \Perhaps she replied, \if you knew her feelings you would not be so tuankful.\ \Ah! he said, helping himself to some turbot, \but at a dinner one Is not concerned with feelings, you know, said. \\' When the last toast had been drunk the company began to move away from the tables. \I think,\ Sadie said to her father, \we ought to be going.\ She slowly pushed back her chair, and took up her fan and gloves. The I elation had died out of her eyes, and \slieloTJked very tired: She followed her father down th wmmm •liiUuU QUININE THIS 8IGNATUBH SWA MUST APrtAlt ON 6VERY BOX OF THE GENUINE PARKER'S _ HAIR BALSAM . FW>m©t*i » laxuiUot ptf»1h. Never • T*lls to Bettor* Gray JlM.lt too Itss Youthfull Color.. CumI tculpo di**«tii * h»lff IiUis{. H»lr t It Youthfu Color tcAt di**M * h»l fall' <0c,ind 11.00 t i JftuMtoi IT'S TRUE DOWNIOIDE Will destroy Insccta on Trees, fttid Plants and prevent fungus and blight on Fruit nnd Potatoes. 12wl0p Sec your grocer Or write ua for book. DOtfNIClDE CHEMICAL CO., VtDDLXFOST, M. 7. N OT1CE TO CRKDITORS—Pursuant td an order 6f Hon. George A. Benton, Surrogato of the county of Monroe, notlco la hereby given. except as to the quality of the din- ner. My plan has always been to make the best of my neighbors and to get as much amusement out of them as I can. They in turn may get what amusement they can out of me. A woman is always good at amusing her- self with a man.\ \I suppose so,\ she said, with an ail of impartiality. \A flirt always has exceptional opportunities for studying such matters. But let us discuss our neighbors—that is . the nroper thing to do.\ •\Yes let's,\ said he. \We will dis- miss the table decorations by calling ihem tasteful. I thinK that is the word, although the sickle is obviously card- board and silver paper. What an awfully pretty girl that is in green!\ \I wasn't aware that you liked glrl3 with ginger hair before, especially in conjunction with a green grass dress.\ \Ginger? Oh, no, auburn. Now, at a dance the other night, I made the acquaintance of a woman—we got on ?ather well together—and she had the most glorious hair you can imagine.\ \Who Is that woman with the enor- mous tower of diamonds on her head and a .disagreeable expression?\ she inquired. \That he replied,\ curiously enough, Is the mother of my auburn-haired di- vinity of the dance.\ . „,. .. _'_. 1 \Is that so?\ said Sadie, \What a nice mother-in-law she will make.\ \Well now do you know,\ he re- plied, with an air of engaging candor, \I am glad to hear you say BO. I know your words are always carefully considered and your de- cisions final. I pay you a very high compliment when I say you are a woman who never changes her mind. Your 'no* Is really 'no,' ahd a man would\ be rash indeed who asked you to reconsider your decision. It Is a treat to know a woman who never dQes anything hasty or Ill-considered.\ \I—I did not know you realized my character so well.\ \I had—pardon my reminding you— :oom into the vestibule. There was a large crowd there and she had to fight her way through. In the crush she -had—lost-stght-of—her— father carelessly stepping backwards can- *uoned into her. Before the man could erally placed—In—the—hottest -looking- spots that\can\ be\ found Tor them\ We frequently see Marguerite carna : tions bedded out in a shaded place. This is^an error, not only because the plants will not flourish and give, the proper abundance of bloom except in sunshine, but also on account of the chilly effect glyen by carnation foliage. Marguerite carnations and coleuses, -wrth-aTr-edging-of-^yt'ethrum-ftureunir fiANK-INCi—BV—iViAl-b- is a special feature, the ease of wHich is fully explained by'our Booklet. Mailed free on application. —-—- OFFICERS HENRY C. BREWSTER, President CHAS. H. PALMER, Vice-Pres. and Sec'y CAPITAL, $300,000.00 FRANK H. HAMLIN, Vice-President- HERBERTS. HOWLETT, Asst. Sec'y SURPLUS, $160,000.00 demands. agalnai>Atirca„J.,.:»io>ce, mtc ot-tin; loWBT5T\PCimma. county of\ftforiTocf\EtnurTjf- Ncw York, decca9ed,'\o present the samo vrl'h the vouchers thercor, to the undersigned, the Administrator of said deceased at her place for the transaction of business as Buch administra- tor at her rcsldenco on the Dugway road In Pen* field, N. V. on or before tho 1st day of July, 1906 Dated, December 20th, 1005. . * ' '. - MARY A. JOYCE, ..?-'-» r.•••; ••'.*• Administrator,etc - Charles M. Williams, Administrator's Att'y, 709-710 Wilder BldR., Rochester, N. Y. apologize a long black arm shot out i;om behind and pushed him aside. \I think you had better take my arm,\ said Julian. Just then a woman's voice hailed him. \Ah! Mr. Abbott. I've been waiting to see you. I saw you at the table, but you didn't see me. My! that was a bully speech you made.\ The speaker, a^tout. good-natured looking woman, pushed her way up to the pair, and shook hands very hearti- ly with Julian. \I didn't know you were in Eng- land,\ she continued; \we've been away from New York for the last year and more. It's real nice to see you again. Ah! I know who thl3 young lady is,\ turning to Sadie; \my sister wrote out and told me all about your engagement at the time It was announced. Why, let me see; that must be about a year ago—last Thanksgiving day, I declare, and I've always^ wanted to congratulate you.\ She seized Sadie's hand. \My dear,\ she said, in a loud whisper, \you must he very proud of htm after that speech he made.\ She paused for breath, and t o Sa-\ die's relief Julian came to the rescue. He laid his hand upon hers as it rested on his arm. \Yes Mrs. Smith, this is my fiancee. I am glad you have met.\ \I wish you every joy. When are you going to be married?\ asked Mrs. Smith. \Very soon,\ said Julian, calmly; \In a few weeks' time, I hope. Sadie, don't forget to send Mrs. Smith some wedding cake. But come, dear, yout father will be getting Impatientl!' Pursued by a torrent of words : from Mrs. Smith, they.succeeded In getting near the dborway. \Sadie said Julian, holding her arm tightly, \It's too late to retract now; you didn't speak in time.\ \No said Sadie, no longer tired- looking. \I—I didn't want to. Here 3s^ihiauiiilage^ami^^u^com<u3iack: look very satisfying as a combination for a bed in a vivid green lawn in the open. Bedding out in patches is never ^ffla^4^ a ^^ some r^o-4iwvtteF-how-excellent.the_ _ plants. One pink, one white, one gold- en, one blue, one mauve, one scarlet or crimson bed, look spotty and poor when dotted over a garden. There should be some repetitions of the most striking colors used. The scarlet that makes the prominent centerpiece or the chief expanse of one bed can be car- ried out In a scarlet edging or carpet- ing to another. Art demands the repe- tition of any note of scarlet In a land- scape! and the gardener who troubles to 'remember this will avoid a very common error In bedding. Mauve and purples never show well- never can be thoroughly appreciated— when set, as they frequently are, close by a new red brick or red tiled house. Their proper place Is far away on the lawns or in gravel settings, whereas the white or gray of bricks, stone or stucco shows them up t o perfection. Sugar-coated, easy to take, mild in action. They cure constipation, biliousness, sick-headache* J. C. Ayer Co., Lowoll, Mass. Want your moustache: or beard BUCKINGHAM'S DYE a beautiful brown or rich black? Use FIPTT era. or DRCGGIBIH OB E. P. HALL t co.. NABHUA. S. H. Fancied In Violet*. The violets preferred In Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington are the Lady Hume Campbell, with Its light color, and the darker Farquhar. In New York the Marie Louise Is pre- ferred. This Is dark, like the Farquhar. Singles sell vvell'. In . Philadelphia, though not In New York ; Baltimore or Washington.—O. K. Holmes! MAIL BANK ACCOUNTS Are as safely conducted nowadays as are accounts in person. Money (in the form of money orders, draft or by registered letter) may be safely mailed to this Trust Company when it will be deposited to the sender's credit and bank book will be sent by return mail. . . 4 per cent interest paid on deposits which do not exceed $10,000.00. Send for statement. Correspondence solicited. SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, -' OF ROCHESTER . Corner Main and Water Streets rH)rtunItie8-highly^Btwme6>by^mef^I--wlth_ua2Ii=;SheJauRhed.hftpplly._^iYo»i have diligently laid your lessons to htarc.\ -; - \You are Indeed a satisfactory pu- pil,\ she replied. \What is the sum total of the lessons you say you havp received, for I was never aware of ex- erting myself for your benefit\ kiiow,\ she said, softly, \father always goes. to sleep on the way home, a««l —I have something to say to you.\ , Who are the two brothers that live on the .opposite sides of the road, yet never see each other?—Your eyes. The Buddtntr Senaon. The operation of budding Is simple and can be performed with great speed by expert budders. The.work la usu- ally done In July, August or early September. A Little Dntch Garden. I passed by a garden, a little Butch gar- \ den, • Where useful and pretty things grew— ttoartseaee and tomatoes and pinks arid -•-\. potatoes . 'Arid Uilcs nnd onions and rue. „I paw In that garden, that little Dutch . '.- ' garden, A chubby Dutchman with a spado And a rosy Dutch frau, with a shoo like a. scow, - ' And ft (1 axon haired little Dutch maid. TherO' grow in that garden, that little Dutch garden, Blue^ag^awftrAJaveJy^ana^lftlL \Standard\ tailoring FOR THE MAN WHO KNOWS -Ahd - icnrly^blCTsl Httte=plnte: -po9les,- But-Gretchen was fairer thariall. My heart's In that garden, thatlltUo V- Dutch-garden; .,'.-: - It tumbled right In OB I passed. Mid \wrndcrlng mazes of Bplnach and dalBles, And Gretchen is holding It fast. * —Hattlo Whitney. . ,We're looking for the man who doesn't know, but wants to learn. OUR $16 made to your individual measure SUIT or TOPCOAT will provo a lesson in econ* omy worthy your atten. tion; Finer grades at $18, $20, $22, $26. FIT and STYLE N aro essential features hero and no garment can leayo our store until you nro sat- isfied in every particular. Of course GRAY is the color. Hundreds of shades to select from. ^^Goms^ti -tysrorr^ THE STANDARD CLOTHES SHOP 98 Main St. Erst,_ Rochester, N.Y. WB ALLOW ROUND TRIP CARFARE ON ALL SUIT ORDERS. £•** JCx Mlk^^:M^^M£^^'^^^ •iiiiiiiiiiiiifMinriioiiinmii mm*amam*&m 1- • *ii •i i •• i I III II Ill—Ill Hil •Hill-lli iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiini B* akJMtmttm - ! ~:~T-f. ^_;;'i.,;_:,i 'y^-;\''^^.-'^;-'.'- ri+i'Vi >±± •*— r f I I \l H' l ll'M' I ••• II I I I .•_•;•...;.. p - ^ii.; ^y^r^• fir-ik.fiffi+^&m&Mw&.?<' :: ^ i! 0K • • ... I, . i •• ii' J....... . .-T~. . . . i. [i .\^ST..-. ; i,Q'v;. :V *r,V VCU,. XXVI. WO. 21. FAlKfORT, M. Y,, THURSDAY, MAV 24, 1906. a>l.UU per year,' in Advance. AT WrerlflcOoimeHCors - r • \ \7^ ~~H6xT WILL ^FIN5^ ^T^ Summer SMrts Summer NecKwear Summer Collars Suuffler-Merweat- Summer Half Hose FULL LINE OF HEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS SHOT FROM AMBUSH against the emperor and ^he govern^ ineut which will compel an Immediate rupture; and perhaps entail dissolution _aud iiviL-wJir. American Vice Consul at Ba- tum Victim of AssasBins. STOESSEL AND NEBOGATOFF TO DIE w. c. MCDONNELL CO. FnrrJlsherK-andShlrt-MHkerBi 48-50 Main St. East, ROCHESTER, N. Y. Military- Court Condemns Late Com- . mander at Port Arthur and De- feated Admiral—Do am a Quiet Alter the Storm. ST. PETERSBURG, May 22.—A spe- It is reported here that a plot has been hatched at large meetings of mlll- tarv officers to surround the Tauride palace, arrest all the members of the parliament and proclaim General Tre- poff military dictator In the event of Emperor Nicholas failing to abolish the parliament. PRESIDENTS POWER Judge Speer of Georgia Speaks at Yale University. ELABORATES THE UNWRITTEN LAW THE GREATEST SHIP. Kaliierln Aagoite Victoria at York With 2,004 Sonls. NCTT clal dispatch from Batum says that William H. Stuart, the American vice consul here, was shot and killed at his couutry place by assassins,\\'who es- caped. Mr. Stuart, having dined at the house of a friend, was returning to his country place at Manziadjani, five FOB S-A-XJIH. Desirable Homes, Vacant Lots and Farms at _pricea-t0J3ult aU., JOHN DIXON, Ocn. Insurance and Real Estate, 22 West Church St. Fairport, N. Y. E. BOWELL, __^ w Contractor and Builder. Agent for National Asphalt Gravel Roofing. Home 'Phone. FAIRPORT, N.Y. THIS IS THE TIME To have your horses teeth examined and-put in shape so they can masticate their food properly, for in doing so, you prevent a waste of feed, colio, Indigestion, and many other troubles caused by improper mastication. I have the instruments to do the work right and satisfactorily. Call at Dr Payne's Veterinary. Hospital, ™ West Avenue. Fairport, N. Y. miles from Batum, when he was fired on twice from a clump of trees half a mile from his home, one bullet piercing his leg and another his breast. Mr. Sterne*, the British vice consul at Novo Ros|hisJv, _whoL was a guest at Mr. Stuart's house, hearing the shooting, hurried out, with the servants, and found Mr. Stuart lying on the ground, bleeding from his wounds. He was still conscious, but said he would not he- able to recognize his assassin owing •^^w^TJmr^i^^sr-^h^^rggeat ship in the world—the Kaiserin Aii- guste Victoria—arrived during the night on her maiden trip from Ham: burg, Dover and Cherbourg. I She brought 2,i)94 souls, including 250 saloon, 242 second class, 148 third class and 1,70(1 steerage passengers JJ M. BROWN, Ein- Funeral Director and Licensed balmer. Lady a'ssistant when requested. Thone 33-11. FAIRPORT, N. Y. Mounted Story IPictures for. the Children. Send ten cents for one of our \Story Pic- tures,\ printed on heavy coated paper and hand somely mounted on dark mats for little Angers to handle. Each one is a complete story by it- self, but with no reading matter. The little ones that the ship, with hert&'w'erlug decks, great proportions, palatial apartments and hitherto unheard of features, is a wonder of naval construction. The trip was made interesting by the chase of a Pittsburg pigeon by gamblers bent on plucking him and a riot among, the scratch crew signed on account of the Hamburg strike In lieu of regular sailors. j The professional gamblers even got after women m their eagerness for victims. Mrs. D. Bonser, a rich Eng Cite* Notable Instances Where Ex- ecutive Had to Take Initiative am When Lincoln Said, \I Would Save tlie Union.\ ^EW.JgAVgXj....C9.n\-» May 22.— NEW JER8EY TRAGEDY/ Engineer Kills Daughter and Hlmaelf ^^_«1VUL_Attejounia^Jto--Mnrilejc Wife,-.. .YVOODCLIFF, N. J., May 22J-Jobn Cole, engineer of the ferryboat Mon- tauk. which piles between Hamilton Judge Speer of Georgia, lecturer on lUe Storrs foundation at the Yale Law school, concluded his course with an address upon \The Unwritten Law \of the Constitution,\ dealing with that phase of the subject which may be termed \the initiative of the presi- avenue, Brooklyn, and South ferry, New York, and who lived with his wife and daughter in a house on a farm situated about a mile west of the railroad station here, crushed in the skull of his nine- teen-year-old daughter with an ax, kill- ing her Instantly, mortally wounded his wife in the sume manner and with the same weapon and then shot and killed himself with a revolver. 8ANTO DOMINGO- RISING. General Morales on.,-Move,—Cral»o»_ =-^ CQlnmbla.finJU.Tpflnr. WASHINGTON, May 22.—A special: report from San Juan, Porto Rico, says\ that General Morales, former president and a crew of (VIS. All of them agreed dent.\ An apt illustration of the exer cise of the prerogative had reference to the response of President Roosevelt in giving aid to stricken x San Francisco at the very ujoment the appalling extent of the disaster became kuowm Judge Speer said that the president's order to General Funstbn to\ take ~Ih : stant charge of rfffalrs, to declare mar- tial law and to relieve the distressed was not dictated by written .law, but was the assumption of a power which could not be looked upon as other than for the highest interest of the country. ^S5hwoman,~who^imde^the^tr4p-^or4^i^ response. of_congress to thLiitppejU pleasure-and-is booked to-retuvn-on-jJ^i^^ H.a «•„,» S hip, ™ nfrm-,1 tn Pnmfi ! <> f v2.000.000 out of the public treasury the same ship, was afraid to come _ashore. Slip shid n gambler' named \Cohan \wirdTs\\known as Doc Owenj and a friend going under the name of Oppenheim, knowing she had money, had tried to interest her in a race track scheme. She was afraid the gamblers w T ould _kidn ah_IiexJLsb.e_^v:eitt ashoce-alonfi. -wiU-apejid. hai GENERAL STOESSEL. i to the darkness. Mr. Stuart.was con- \The ship was nothing but a gam- bling hell,\ said Mrs. Bonser. \There was card playing and gambling all the way. It was common report that the sharpers fleeced the son of an Ameri- can millionaire out of $25,000. • The young man appeared but ouce in the cabin during the trip.\ The most-wonderful and artistic fea- tures of the new leviathan are her Ritz-Carlton restaurant, two story smoking room, which is patronized by women as well as men; gymnasium and winter garden, all on the Kaiser's deck. gsssii&~Ef^i^effab^ m m k w 1% U cents we will send five cuts, not one of them to be out of place In a child's hands. ADDRESS JUDGE COMPANY 225 FOURTH AVENUE. NEW YORK. TEET-H Kl I l'-'v I 1 to-a-military hnrrncks in_the_Yiz later. The body was transported to the consulate at-Batum. ; - - Aside from the troubles during the revolutionary disturbances last fall Mr. Stuart had had no friction with the native population. He was so gen- erally respected that he was on several occasions called upon to act as inter- mediary during tlie racial war between ie Tflrtnrs iiTitl flip ArniPnjnng^aving the lives of several of the latter duriug the quarrels. Mr. Stuart was a British subject and one of the largest ship brokers and ex- -porterfi-of—Baitvm,—During the revolu I I i \ ! ARTIFICIAL TEETH \ \I- - When you order a set of teeth, or any other dental work of me, I offer a guarantee of satisfaction. I cannot afford to let my patients go away dissatisfied. Poorly fit- ting artificial teeth, badly con- structed crowns or bridgework or imperfect fillings would mean the sacrifice of a reputation which I have been a long time establishing. \My reputation is dearer to me than mere. gain of dollars. I guarantee all work done in this office. I keep a careful record of every operation performed for future reference, and any work not proving satisfactory will be made right without any argument or unwillingness on my part or of those associated with me. ;; CONSULTATION • You are invited to come in, have your teeth examined and get an estimate of the cost of any dental work which you may need.' In- vestigate my methods, compare my prices with those of others who do first-class work, examine my equipment, and then decide whether you are willing to make me your dentist. ~. My booklet, \Dentistry by Special- ists,\ giving prices, etc., will bo sent to any address on request. ALFONSO'S WEDDING. were in themselves acts confirming ab- ^intely^tlie~rrght^of~presldential-initi;r^ live. \And yet,\ said Judge Speer, \the strict constructionist of the constitu- tion would look In vain for any word or syllable which expressly justilies this or similar action on the part of the president.\ —\\^T=biTigton\hTid*doncTiotbing-bnt ex-- ecute the laws which he was directed by the constitution to do. Mr. Jeffer- son, however, in his Louisiana pur- chase did a\ void act, as. he had no ex- pressly granted power to do what he did. Yet this act was to give to our country power, prestige and magnifi- cence of what perhaps Washington never dreamed. A disciple of Mr. Jefferson was Presi- dent James Monroe. His exercise of the presidential initiative was quite as marked as that of his teacher and fa- mous predecessor. The remarkable message containing expression of the Monroe doctrine was mentioned as a n -instance. The. initlativE-Of- tbe_pxesk Mrs. Cole was found in an upper bedroom with a terrible gash in the back of her head. She was uncon- scious, but revived somewhat \when Dr. Henry Neer of Park Ridge administer- ed stimulants. She was questioned as to whether her husband had committed the deed and as to his motive, but was unable-to-give^ any--comprehensive-ex- planation. In the absence of any other explana- tion, it is believed that Cole became suddenly Insane. He was about fifty years of age uud bore an excellent rep- utatlou. There was a story to the ef- fect that Cole objected to his daugh- ter's attachment to James, but this was later denied. pf Santo Domingo, will sail on the next French line steamer leaving there for St. Thomas, Danish West Indies. He denies knowledge of the reported organization of an expedition at St. Thomas, but says he will go back to Santo Domingo as soon as he receives advices that a general uprising against the government of President Caceres is imminent. He predicts a serious dls- turbance. General Morales admits his inability to accomplish what he desires to do in Porto Rico because of surveillance by enemies. He says he will oppose mili- tary occupation of Santo Domingo by the United States to the extent of tak- ing up arms. MET WOMAN ANARCHIST. She Haa Been In Communication \With - Berkmann \While In I'rlnon. ~The cruiser Columbia, whicTThas ar- rlved at the'League Island navy yard, Philadelphia, is being hastily prepared for sea and will leave foe Santo Do- mingo today with (>00 marines. Under hurry orders from the navy depart- ment—detachments-\of marines from Boston, Brooklyn. Washington and Norfolk arrived in Philadelphia during the day and were sent on board the Co- lumbia. SENATOR BURTON CONDEMNED. Sentenced \to* Six—Montbu-In-Prison— aad-Fined^a,500 J _ = ^ s _^ == -j . WASHINGTON, May 22.—The su- . NEW YORK^May 22.—There is ample reason to believe that Emma Goldman, the anarchist, met Alexander Berkman, j preme - court deeided agaiust Senator ^wh^Fwag^eF^re^tn-Ptttsburg-tiit-Fri- j h R ; ifirrToTiln-^ahsas, who Was day after serving a sentence of four- couvicted of accepting a fee from the teen years for his attempt on the life j Rialto Grnin aud Securities company of of Henry C. Frick, within an hour aft- j gt T oujs for ggr vlces rendered that er he had passed out of the prison j C o U1 pany~in\an\effort to prevent the is- gates - ! sua nee of an order by the postofftce de- The Goldman woman left this city a ; I)artment prohibiting the use of the wcek^iw^rldny:--She-tOT)k~-ciire-tlmtT u 7 a 7]7-^ thTc\ompany. Senator \BuT\ her departure was kept a secret from tou , g seutence wns six months' impris- the police and not more than two per sons were aware of her destination From an authentic source it has been learned that she was bound for Pitts- burg, there,to await the release of the man who volunteered for \the reds\ to assassinate Frick in 1892 at the time of the Homestead strike. It is a well known fact now that Berkman was in constant communica- tion with the Goldman woman through- out the fourteen years of his sentence. onment and a fine of $2,500. \If Senator Burton does not resign 'at once,' \ said a prominent senator on learning the decision, \a resolution will be introduced to declare his seat vacant.\ This was Senator Burton's second appeal to the supreme court. In tho first case the circuit court found him guilty and imposed the same penalty that was imposed in the present case, . tionary troubles of last fall his life was many times threatened by long- shoremen. It is said that the military court which has been investigating the surrender of Port Arthur and the battle of the sea of Japan has condemned to death Lieu- tenant \General Stoe.ssel, who com- manded the Russian forces at Port Ar- thur, and Rear Admiral Nebogatoff, who commanded one of Admiral Ro- jestvensky's squadrons and who sur* rendered during the naval battle to the Japanese. The storm which threatened to break out over the refusal of the emperor formally to receive the deputation ap- pointed by the lower house of parlia- ment to present to his njajesty the ad- dress of. the house in/reply to the speech from«the throne has happily been averted. The moderate leaders of the Constitutional Democrats, after, laboring with the hotheads until the early morning hours, succeeded in con- vincing them that It would be a fatal blunder to precipitate n conflict upon a false Issue, aud a resolution was pre- pared pointing out that the importance of the address consisted in Its contents and not In tlie manner In which It IB transmitted to\ the emperor.- A bomb was thrown into a parliamen- tary campUy n note received by Presi- dent; Muromtsoff of the lower house from Peterhof, whlcli, Instead of mak- ing an appointment for a n audience at which he and the deputation could pre- sent the address in reply to the speech from the throne, contained the informa- tion that Emperor Nicholas would not receive the deputation and that the ad- dress-must be presented through the ministry of the court. The first disposition of the caucus of Constitutional Democrats, which held three sessions, was t o regard the re- fusal to receive the deputation as a challenge and on open affront which was only answerable by a counter dec laration of war. The deputies were red with ,rage, but nfter the first pas- sion had cople<J the leaders realized the danger of too precipitate action nnd ^ut^fii^tinanactaai .Uit'.J<Jiiik;qfcbrJngfiifc Into Madrid ,MADRID r .May 22.^This city is rap-.. idly putting on gala attire in anticipa- tion of the marriage of King Alfonso to Princess Ena on May 31. The erection of superb street decorations has begun, and the parks and other pub- lic places are being transformed into -luxurious gardens by tlie planting of thou sands of palms and rosebushes. The streets through which the wed- ding cortege will pass will be literally carpeted with flowers. The florists in the Canary islands have been ordered _tQ-supply 1,?Oft tons of flowers for the Plaza de Toras, and other-centers will be similarly strewn with flowers. Princess Ena's present to King Al- fonso is an exquisite jeweled sword, specially designed at Toledo. Frederick W. Whltridge. the Amer- ican envoy, Is expected May 24. Tlie Countess Pino-Hermoso has placed her handsome palace at the disposition of the American party. Palaces belonging to the grandees are occupied by the Grand Duke Vladimir of Russia. Arch- duke Ferdinand of Austria and Prince Albrech of Prussia and their extensive suits. The bride will arrive in France on board a British warship May 24 nnd will proceed by special train to tlie Spanish frontier, where King Alfonso, Premier Moret and the foreign minis- ter, the. Duke of Almodovnr, will re- ceive the princess and accompany her to the Pardo palace. On the wedding day the bride will enter Madrid in state and occupy the ministry of marine, which is being sumptuously prepared for her. • dent~vTOB^ufc^xp.a»&3iifc^ but the supreme court reversed the de- Lnder the prison rules he was permit- i eision in tho nrst ius tance because it ted to write only one letter a month. I was made t0 a|)pear tuat the mouey was paid in Washington and not in SU -L\ouis7~wlrere the case-wtre-triedT The anarchist convict adhered to this rule, hut. e.very__lelter—^vas.-a._cQinpre- ^<- DolnK\ In ConKrem, WASHINGTON, May 22.—The rail- road rate bill, tlie statehood bill, tlie diplomatic_and-consular appropriation bill, tlie naturalization bill, the pure food bill, conference reports on the ar- my and Indian appropriation bills, are all -possibilities ofN^pnslderntlon in the national house of representatives, at an earlydate. Today Will be_ devoted to the passage of minor bills under suspension of the rules. With the fili- buster of tlie Democrats to promote the statehood lilll, the result probably will be comparatively small In the number of measures passed. Ontrnfvc on American Ship. MELILLA, Morocco. May 22.-Tho steamer Mnnolitn, bound from Tetuan, -Morocco, for this port nnd flying the American flag, has been attacked_hy_ FRRNirwrcftDYrorOTS: 127 MAIN 8TREET EAST, ROCHESTER. ^4hele=enrnged=foHower8iundeErContri}lt= The cooler councils seemed ultimnte- jyV be prevailing, but it is almost certnih• that'the radical group,*nccom-. pn'nicd by a portion of the peasants, will break awoy and endeavor to force the house into some flery declaration Moors, who took.away some of her pas- sengers. The Mnnolltn's machinery got out of order, nnd she was obliged to approach the const. -T= —. • •' -^-^J)eath-of-n<vy-r^&ydn<vg^A.~I<nec.. _, ftretE^TOfCNr '\VM\ ggQ-g \Of the'peopIeT\'sald^'Jud'ge 'Speer7 ~~- The decisive action of Andrew Jackson in \the days of theory and practice of nullification saved America from seri- ous and continued danger of foreign aggression and the horror of disunion and civil war at home. His act was approved by such sup- porter of the constitution as Joseph Story and such defender as Daniel \\Webster-;—The -most-widely—known-ox--- ercise of the presidential initiative was the emancipation proclamation of Pres- ident Lincoln. Tlie reason for it was given by Mr. Lincoln, in a reply to H0ri\ce Greeley\ In the words: \As to the policy I seem to be pursuing, as you say. I have not meant to leave any one in doubt. I would save tlie Un- ion.\ After describing the issuance of that proclamation Judge Speer told of Its.effects upon the people north and south, adding: \There\ does not remain a trace of) regret or resentment for such eman- j cipatlon In the hearts of the people j whom I love and among whom in my far southern home it is my happiness to i live. j ( \One other illustration and I am | done. On antipodean soil and water less than a year ago Russia and Japan were In the deadliest grapple of fu- rious and murderous warfare. On one side were arraj'ed the huge men of that fierce Slavonic race from whose regions of ice nnd snow in centuries past many devastating armies have gone forth to prey on fairer lands. \Confronting them were the forces of the Island kingdom, the little men-of •Nippon. To the amazement of the world In not a single conflict have they been defeated. The world stands aghast. Then Intervens the great heart, tho mighty influence, of the president of. our country. . The belligerent hear his benignant offer. An armistice Is declared. \The plenipotentiaries meet In a New England town. At one time It seems as If nil efforts are In vain. The pres- ident perseveres. > From his own quiet homo he Is In cousinnt touch with the representatives of Japan and Russia, the emperor and the czar. The nn- tlons of the world, with expectancy beyond compare, regard the unwonted scene. And finnlly the triumph t)f humanity comes, nnd peace to bleed- ing, starving and agonized millions.. \The measure of his rewnrd Is the comforting assurance of tho Master, 'Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of (Jod. r And as It upheld him nnd gave him nil confidence and trust, In that rewnrd his country shall share.\ J. D. Rockefeller in Go Abroad. -NE^V^OlUvr^iay^^-JUsJcportcd \Goldman. BROOKLYN HANDICAP. Bent Toknlon, Desplied OntHider, Favorite Choice*. NEW YORK, May 22.—J. W. Fuller's Tokalon, a despised outsider at 2r» to 1 in the betting, captured the Brooklyn handicap here from tlie second choice, Dandelion, with The Picket third. Coming through a flying field with a splendid burst of speed Tokalon, rid- den by Bedell, almost a novice in the saddle, won by a nose. She covered the mile ;md a quarter in 2:0.\> 3-.\>. with- in one-fifth of a second of the record for the face, ami in tlie gamest of drives, under whip and spur, nosed out the stout hearted Dandelion in the run through the stretch. Two lengths behind came Tlie Picket, who two years ago carried his colors to victory in the same stake against the mighty Irish Lad and Ilermis. and last of ail was Delhi, the winner of tlie classic only a year ago. I'ittwIiurK <ilrl AVOM Abdnrted. PITTSBURG. May 22.-Ethel Bug- lee, a fourteen-year-old Pittsburg girl, for whom the New York police have been searching Coney Island, the daughter of F. C. Buglee of this city, is missing. Louis Rodgers, a Coney Is- land electrician, who was arraigned in Miners' Strike at Steubenville. ..STEUBENVILLE.. O...May 22.—Out of forty nonunion miners brought in to work the Plum Run mines of the Unit- ed States Coal company\ only eight reached the mines, the others being persuaded to leave or were frightened off by strikers' pickets. It is stated that an attempt to rim the mines will be made today. There are at present \TTFr.mi'lke biv;i'kPTK nud~nrnnty-tive dpp~ uties, but more nonunion men are ex- pected before an attempt is ma'de to run the mines. \~I 'JlKKl'K IHtt\ WASHINGTON. rirsr-ljWWMWWaW*,—: May 22.—The legis- lative, executive and judicial appropri- ation bill was passed by the senate within throe hours from its first read- ing. It carries appropriations aggre- gating $20.81 H,250. an increase of $59,- 345 over the amount reported to the senate. Abbeville Fire Damage $10O,0O0. DOTIIKN, Ala.. May 22.—Fire at Ab- beville. Ala., has destroyed the busi- ness section of the town, causing a loss estimated at $100,000. >'cw York (inrlintce I*Iant Ilnrned. NEW YORK. May 22.—Fire destroy- ed the mammoth plant on Barren is- land, where was disposed of the gar- New York charged with abducting the bnge Q f Groat( , r New Y ork, entailing a girl, was formerly connected with the , oss approximating $1,000,000. First Carnegie technical schools, there two weeks ago but left Rev. Sydney A. Luce, is dead tmhi^ city, aged seventy years. For forty years he was a prominent Methodist ' Episcopal clergyman> In the central New York.conference, In which ho held many pastorates.. ' . -7 \ Wed* Mother'* French Mnid. PITTSBURG, May 22.—John Alston Moorhead, a son of John Moorhead, Jr., and a grandson of John Moorhead, who wns one of the group of great alarms were sent out from the dune between Rockaway and Coney Island, which bears tlie reputation of being tho most noxious quarter on the map. Held Up Fnneralu and Wcildlnffti. NEW YORK. May 22.—The enst side was aroused vesterdny by three riots Pittsburg steel magnates in his life- \ of striking drivers and sympnthlzers, time, left,the famlly_homo n week ago; who , n0 bbed nnd stoned -funerals.- with his mother's French maid, nnd They prevented at leost thirty more the couple were married in New York from taklng ,,iaco. Weddings also were Inst Monday. He gave up n fortune interfered with, and brides and guests for the-girl. • h. a( i t 0 wa ik or ride on street cara. Damnsre b>- Forciit Fire*. MILWAUKEE, Wis., May 22. - A special dispatch from Escanrtbn, Mich., snysi \Four are known to be dead, a score or more persons are missing, hundreds of families nre homeless, property valued nt several millions of dollars Is burned, four towns are wip- ed out nnd n dozcil more partly burn- ed, five counties partly devastated and 100 square miles of territory fire swept ns the result In the northern Michigan peninsula-of-the-forest-fire-that-rftged In that region.\ \.._ ^ 1bttt : Mir D. iiovKgt^Igf = w1Ir = CTlPfof 1 Europe on May :J1 with his wlfer-hJs-faTuiHhlftlerelsfo^ Blster-hvlaw, oMIss Spellman, and his daughter', Mrs. E. Parmelee Prentice. His daughter, Mrs. Charles\*.. Strong, Is said to be seriously ill In Cannes. It will bo his first trip abroad. Committee DlnaRree* on Rntc Dill. WASHINGTON, May 22,-The rail- road rate bill was considered for three Donblc Drowning nt Union Lake. MILLVILLE, N. J., May 22.—A dou- ble drowning accident occurred on Un- ion hike, above.this city, when Thomas P. Clark, mnnnger-of R. D. Wood & Co.'s south Jersey stores, and Richard R. Lewis, nine years old, son of Dan- iel C. Lewis, president _ and general mannger of the Mlllvlllo-.Tractlon com- pany, lost their lives by the capslzlug of their canoe. - : Mr*. Jordnn to Wed Captain Little. WASHINGTON, Mny 21.— Cnptaln John D. Little of Georgia announced his engagement to Mrs. Jordnn, for- .merly g Jthe v Jlancc_e.^ojL.the Ntaymgian_ • * '.•' a dlsngreement to nil of tho sennte amendments, and to send the measure to conference. The committee will not ask that instructions of.nny character be given to the house conferees. Cotton Dock* Ablo*e, \ • TOMPKINSVILLE, N. Y., May 22.~i ;r The cotton docks of tho American Ddc^\) : and Trust company hero wets badly ^ damaged by Are last nhjht, '. < v LiMMM ssara \•'\ •'\\'•• ^iy^iis j : :-'<i~: •:%;u ''>;; - >-\:>::'\t-\v,': •y. i; - i\ •'. * . :.;•. <a>&:4> ~^3- MummmmMimmMm**mmmmmmm*mm MM mmm • ^ ; .->

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