Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 20, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 20, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX REPRESENTATIVE CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW Bl'I.INO MACHINE lor roling all ol ulanka ihp latent a'ltlilmo be Mei'namral Department of A t.EXAJfOEB'8 Coal anil Wood YarU, Plate A C Depot WoosH Central Avenue, oiiponiU' Nickel Plate t All grades of Hard anil Soft Coal, Lumber. Shmjles anil Free r Correapomleuce for wholesale low solicited. r> rj K. eirFUKU. as anil ZB Central Are. Artutic Photographer. Photographs of Babies a specialty. aeed not wait for sunshine except for BOOK HINUERY-JAUEH IBVIXO, Pro- prietor. No. IB E. Second Street, near Buf- lalostrwl, Dunkirk, N. T. Magazines, Mu lie. Pain phials, fb1., bound in all atylea. promptly ailr.iuled to. All work guaranteed. IllTBlJHKtrS CfUMJKCBV HOUSE, D %H Central Avenue. Wholesale ami retail dealer mil ported aod lomestir Cblna, Ulassware, 4c. HOTEL, Kates, tl per Livery ami Hoarding in connection. Victor Kider, 3SS and 337 Lion street. (ITT BAKBKK 8UOP I'has. Prop., Under Lake Shore National Bank, corner Center and 'third A stock ol rorttigrn and Domestic igara. 1 IO.NIU.IN SOU, V' 338 center tlreet, Practical horse-shoers. Particular attention i' to interfering norges. Shoeing of road trotting nonHM a specialty. 1 tCNKIKK EVENI.NU OB4EKVEK. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNKIRK EMOUIEKHUiU CUMFANY. Formerly Sellew A Popple. Manufacturers ol Engines. Boilers. Pulleys, Shaftiug Uangeni, elc. Patterns, tastings, and Hacliiae Work to order. I VUNK1KH SHUT Ml., ail, anil M! Lf Center street, Manulacturera ol the "Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" uerfect nttinir Dress blurts. On sale in all leading clothing and dry goods houses in ig lurmstll Dunkirk. Dr. TOOHKT. 434 and Lion street, iu riour.reed, -alt, Baled Hay, Pnos- etc. AN ANIMATED AND PROTRACTED DISCUSSION IN THE HOUSE. Speaker Action to Vcferrlna; ttv. surer BUI la the Signal for Another Oatbarst of ladlcutloa from Soverml Speaker Addresses Ike Bouse In Defense of Bis Action. Jnne proceedings of the houne yesterday morning opened with the expected fight over the reference of the silver bill. When the journal was read Mr. Mills of Teaas objected to its approval on the (rromnd that the clerk had not read it In fall. The speaker directed the olerk to read it IB full, which was done, and it disclosed the faot that the silver bill had been re- ceived from the senate and referred to the committee on coinage and weights and measures. Mr. McKinley moved the approval of the journal and demanded the previous question. Mr. Springer of Illinois made the point that the Journal contained a record of something which hod not happened and which should not be in the journal. The spoaker replied that this was for the house to decide and directed the clerk to call the roll, which was done, while Mr. Springer amid applause on the Demo- cratic side made a vigorous protest, saying so the speaker: "You can ignore the rights of of the peeple, but IB people will put you dowa at the polls November aid your party with you." The speaker wag unmoved, however, and the roll call proceeded and resulted yeas, HM; nays, 117; so the journal was not approved The applauded vigorously Mr. Springer of Illinois claimed that the house had a right to revise its journal The purpose of referring the bill to the committee on coinage was to prevent the house voting on the question of concur- rence iu the senate amendments. The rules were now prostituted to the purpose among the lie: of Mils to be referred under the to appropriate committees was the silver bill with senate The speaker had been asked whether he had any particular direction to make in regard to it. Knowing the bill to be one of grave public importance and anxious that he should have all light on the subject the chair had consulted the Democratic members of the committee on rule. (Blount and McMillan) and the gen- tlemen from Missouri and Illinois (Bland and Spriujcer) not for the purpose of throwiun any upon them, but m order that he might benefit by any light thep might be able to give. After conversing with these gentlemen It had seemed clear to the chair that the rules of the house covered the question and that his duty was to treat the bill as he would treat any other measure. Ac- cordingly the clerk was notified to make any change in regard to the reference. Ihe house must bear in mind that this was not a question of politics or currency It was a question of parliamentary law, and on the decision of the house depended the carrying out of the system of rules the house had adopted. If not satisfied with the reference directed by thespeaker under the present system of rules the house could change the reference. Did this bill con- tain provisions which, under the rules, ought to be considered in committee of the whole t There was a provision in the original honse bill by which certain bull- ion was to be purchased and certificates issued thereon. The senate amendment was an amendment for free coinage, and for this an appropriation was made. If anything was clear in parliamentary law it was that this bill was eue of these which would be properly considered in commit- tee of the whole, and this being no, it was obvious duty of the chair to refer it in the same manner in which hundreds ana thousands of bills had been referred during the present session. DUNKIRK N. Y. FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1SOO. NEWS FHOM ABROAD. DIVISION ON THE FIRST CLAUSE Of THE LICENSING BILL. TIM Governm Haa m Narrow Th gigging the majority. Eatabhabot. inn. HOTKL ami Saloon, Union t Depot. Kari; access to all trama and bus- jieaa tiotuea. beat (or Com- aercial Travelers. J. Murphy. Prop. ijt IU.BRS a Ci 97 ami E. Tnird BOTOL Fiae Furniture. Cabinet Ware and Up- aolatering. Picture Frames made to order. CO., 301 Central Ave.. Leaden of Faiihion and Gentlcmeo Outflttera. ARKLI. STBAM 11 annlactorers of Steam Healing Apparatus Sauilary Plumbing a Specialty. UME STEAM LAVNUKV. our specialties: Fine Shirts, lor; rollars, 8c-; Units, le, and Curtains. Kree Ueuv ery. A W. Cumuiings. 3W7 Center street. II K. OKUM. E. Tbird >L, cor. of Buffalo slanafacturer aiul dealer in Fine Boots A 9tioe.a .NKY STOKE, E H Thinlat. Hooks, Stationery, Musical ID auilweekly Paper everytliii-g pprlaiakiig to a Ural eluaa Doo store Scnooi ttookti a gpvcialtv. JOB r-KINTlNG ui every .kacrtljtion and a living rates by Dunkirk Prlutmg Coinpaay, 8 and W E. Second jit J H. VAN BUHEN SON, Fin Llfi _ Accident and General lnaurae.de. Oea ers in Real Estate and Parlicula Attention paid to (tie c.tre ot uropert; collect i Of rents Ac. 119 Outer sL. 2nd floor. M PHARMACY, D Central Headquarters lor Wall Paper Pa.nt .Oils. Ac. J. W, Ceuter street, Uanalacturer and dealer i u liar ness, ouuuim collars. Buffalo Boues Horse Covers I i loves Mltlena sad sleigh Bobes. SCDOI.TES, I. 17 East Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will ttaeir advantage to call on me before pu elsewhere. PH. CABY CO., 33S Lion street General Hard ware. Leaa.OiU.Pamter'8 Supplies, Oil Cloths, Uracite Ware. A special- ty of Sherwii. Vfilliami Monroerange. KUUMG. sneh as blank-books, ledgers, anil all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company. 8 and 10 E. Second SL KLUOLFH MOLOENHAUEB, Cor. Tuird and Buffalo Dealer in Granite, Marble. Flagging and Biul-iiug atone. Call on ma beio" Cuymg R ULET CO.. 7 autl 9 East From street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store for Family Cse. ItOBERT M'KAV. JV Lioo street, near the depot. Bowline, sale, feed and l.ivwy Stable Stabuug by the day or week on CAM J. O General Ihsuraucc aod Real Eaiau ikseni. fire, UJe, Aecident, ami Live stock Insurance. Prompt attention gn an lo bovini and MUlng Heal Estate. nnym. It C. 1 75 E. Third St.. cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt u that the order of ref- erence nude l.y the bj.paker. referring the silver bill to the committee un coinage, weights mid measures was incorrect, un- der the rule of tbe bouse and done with- out autl only under said rnlos Mr. .YcRiniev objectnl. uatl tbe ques- tiou reciinea ou tue adoption of the pre- amble, it wiw lOfl; nays, 181. 'Republican appluu.se.] Mr. moved the approval of the ournal a, MiiiM.Ltl, peii-liuf which, on motiou of Mr. the u.mse at 7 o'clock adjonmtd. the minimum weekly stipend at Ms. Pub- lic sympathy Is overwhelmingly on the side of the postmen in their difference with the postmaster general, even in th matter of the measures prohibit- tag postal employes I rum forming unions for their protection. TO GET MATTHFWS OUT OF A HOLE. It is now believed that the government has requested chief Police Commissioner Munro to withdraw his resignation with the object ot extricating Home Secretary Matthews from the dilemma into which his arbitrary course has drawn him. nnd there are many indications that he will do v? i9 Q0t however, that th A BAD RAILROAD SMASH-UP. One Man Killed and Three Sorl.usl? eighteen Horses Rilled. KASIIS CITT. June A special to The Atchisou, Kan., says. A head- on occurred yesterday morning on tln> Kansas City, St. Joseph and Coun- cil Blurts railroad, alwut three miles east of Arrhisim, lietweeu the pay train and a freiL'ht train. I> Yocrjf. engineer of the pay train, wa.- killed. The injured are: CONDUCTOR PRITCBARD, of the pay train, badly bruiserl about head and shoulders JOSEPH HAi-WAKD, back serlovsly in- jured. DAS HARTLET, assistant road master ribs broken. Both eneines were telescoped and the tender of the freight engine waa driven into a car of horses immediately behind it killing eighteen of the animals. The acci- dent is believed to have been caused by the engineer of the pay train. Base hits -Pltbbunc IT, Buffalo U. Errors -PtttsburK 4, BatterlM-Oalvin aud Carroll; Keofe and Maok. Umpirea-Barnes and Oaffuey. At 7113701 0-M Cleveland........0 0- 0 u T U 0 U Base 31. Cleveland 8. Irron-Chiragn 4, Cleveland 5. Batteries-Baldwin and Farr.ll; MctMll and Saydsr. Umpirss-FartnaoB and Holbert. NATIONAL LIAUCI. At Brooklyn- Philadelphia .......t SulOOOOO-e Bass hiii- Brooklrn 11. Philadelphia 10. Errors-Brooklyn 1. 1 Batteries -Terry and Smith and Clemeurs. At a 4 v withdrawal will unconditional, but rather that it will be contingent upon government concession to the police of a portion of the benefits which they have hitherto demanded in vain. The dock laborors' strike at Swanse; Wales, is ended, the men baring resume work yesterday at a slight advance i wages. A secret meeting of German and An tnan Socialists was discovered by the Air trian police at Eulau, Bohemia and im mediately di-persed. Several of the lead ers resisted the police and were taken int custody, but subsequently released upo condition that they would return to the! homes at once. With tbe exception of Russia, all of th European powers are represented at th railway conference at Stuttgart. Fluttering Words from Stanley. LONDON, Jnne accepting the free dom of the city of Newcastle Mr. Stanley applauded anew the wisdom exhibited by Ixird Salisbury in bis settle- ment of the East Africa dispute with Ger many He good will on both th German and English sides, and spoke with the greatest enthusiasm of the prospect of Africa. He felt confident that it fi could muster all of the chiefs of the region that England has acquired thev would acquiesce. The date of the airreemen would be a red-letter day in the African calendar. If Pemba alone were pnt upon the market, he said, it would bring ten times as much as Heligoland. He though the mayor ought to call a meeting to con gratulate Lord Salisbury. Albany's Kick on the Enumerators. ALBAXY, June is widespread discontent here over the work and the re- sult of the census enumeration. It is known that of families have never been visited, and complaints are being handed into the newspaper offices by the score It is said that the enumera- tion will only show about the same as when taken ten years ago while it is claimed that a polirs tally will show over people. It was threat- ened last niifhr by prominent citizens that they will ask for the enr.merators' arrests that they have not legally done their work. In one man's district eight hoiLses. all in a row, were never visited ami in another there were five discovered at a single inquiry. It is said that Mayor .Manning will order an enumeration by the police at once, and will confront the census enumerators and supervisors with the Cincinnati Ohlcaif n luts -Cincinnati 9, ChicaRO S. Emirs- Piurinimli i. Chicaijo S. and Keeiiun; Hutchison and Kittredge. Umpirs- Lynch and Zacharlaa. At Plttsbun 0581 One lot children's best fast black hose, worth 4Hc 'only.................... One lot large boys' bent fast black double knee How, worth Me' oniv........ One lot gentlemen's best fast black half Hose, worth 50c only' One lot ladies' very dne fast fancy colored Hose, worth oniv............ One new style fancy striped warranted fatt color., worth iftf One lot ladies' fancy wiile Hose, very fashionable, worth 'ew York for William L. Vinal, who is >nder indictment iu Xew York county for irculating false statements with the in- ention af depreciating the value of Lam- on Store Service securities, and who it ia lleged has fled to this state to escape rosecution. The governor is of the pinion that Vinal is not a fugitive from ustice, and therefore declines to comply -ith the requisition: Mrs. Harrison Arrives at Ma son and party arrived from Washington their trainer, Charles at 5 o'clock yesterday and proceeded in Conrtney, hen last night for New mm work as a carpenter, at once to tae Waaamaker oot- London where they will go into training e returned to Denmark. j Uge. (w race We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes m plain aud light-colored tops, land and machine sewed. We :arry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS1 Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street PricM at BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is: "Second to None." We wisli to be second to none in your service. Try ua MM! see. We wish to impress) upon oar out of town friends, in view of the >roposed changes in tbe tariff and' the prohahle increase in the coat of nearly ail kinds of dry the month of June will be month for them to shop. were never lower than they present in our store. If proposed tariff bill prieos must go up. We are offering splendid bar- gains in sateens and gingbama summer wash fabrics of all klwltv The balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap.- We quote tbe following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen's blue mixed aad drawers in medium Weigbti, si Me. Mr suit. Genllelnen'i tudHennu. ic. per suit. Oentlemen'i blue angola nbirU drawers at 25c. each, 40c. goods. Ladies' Jersey vests as low u lOc. each. Ladies' balbriggan with trimming, only 15c., worth 2Sc. Good grade Jersey vests at 85c. ,'stvch. White and black lisle thread Jiuuj vests at each. Silk vests, all colors, 75c. each. Linen pricts will be considerably ad- vanced if the tariff is cbaaged. Oar prices are much below even corral ami we are wiling floe cloths, napkins. D'Oyleys, towels, etc.. at )argains New styles in New styk-i ia gloves. New styles in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for JCarps4s, iugs, and Adam lldm an] AHBBICAH BLOCK. MAUi HTBBET, BUFFALO, Manufacturer and Importer, aa4 wr, tnrrwALo, T. Diamonds, Watdm and Jewelry. Clocks, Silverware, Goods, etc KSdRA VlSta. OOLDftltrfM A COKPLm LTMB Of' 3O4 MAIN 8TKEBT, BUFFALO, H. T. PITTSBURGH, PA, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures! NEWSPAPER! ;