Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 21, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer June 21, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York nr^i ■■■■HI i IVW / «i VOL. XX _ It EPU EE ESTA TI EE DUNKIRK N. V S \ TFRBX*. JUNK 21. l**». NO lift FIFTY-FI i: ST CONGRESS. B USINESS HOUSES YISTERDAY’S PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE AND SENATE. OF DUNKIRK. \MW Kl IIM. M ICH I> K for rtilt a, , a1! Intl'In of Mink' i« Ui** Ixte-t *i-til)«»e t* tin \4>-h.uiu-#l I wq.art tmut of Du nk(rk| Print! r J < ton pan v. VLKXkM>rK’Hto«| int W m«! I mr I.*- < *-ntra) A vt*ii ut, <>tq**Mite k*-l Plat* •>#1*04 XII tm !•— of liar! ao<t "oft I oat, W rn <H Lumber. "binal**# ami l-ath. fr re* I 'lit    i    unriiHin    lfiKf    for    wholes*}#    toto •of Mi led. HIC uirmKH, Si ao-t I tot ira! Ave , Art; »lt< P notojfrn I*to«r.    Ii»»ianinne*>u-- Pkotayra|ln •»# Balu*-* a ipfrialty. seed aot VAI for tunihiD* talnca Hi ttcr- exrept for IMM IK HI Hi Itl.KV —.I A M Rh I MV I XI. Pro I pi it tor, S«>. It* K. "*-*-*>a*l itreel. near Bul falo ttr»*ft, Dunkirk, N V. Magana**, Mu •it*., Pamphlet#, rtr., 1»»ar«t in all styles. Mr>ler 'jroioptiv aiu-n-le-l to. All work guarantee*!. IIUIU HMH I KIM KHO IHM tK, I    Central Avenue. W)»*»le#xl« and retail dealer in I i*orte*l an *oro*-#u. < Iona, tilaeeware, I «H kl LAI (JI A HOTE1, I I    I tate-, Ii |**r lay.    . Livery ami ti*x#n|,ng "table sn connection Vie tor Enter, Ste and UT Lion »Lr ret. * ITV HtKIII.K MMI' V/    « baa. N;»j|l#, Prop., bu-ler f.ake Shun Nato.ail Bank, nome: chut au I Till (ii *treela. A due at*a'k O' Coroun anti lfr->uie»U«* • igar*. I ION KLIN a SMIN. ' '    iCfc- center • tree I, Practical bor**—nb<*-ra. Partoular alteoti*»»* •* to intel fenag Inna—. iti<eio| of rood * trotting bone* a *(*•*<■. illy. \ >klKk Ilk FNI\(I OIPd.KA TK. l.arge»i Daily to the « ounty. Au unequalled vlvffUiiii^ hic.iiuin I .I "KIRK KM.IMHilM, OI Ml VNV I *    iurwflv    sflil««    A    Popple. Manufacturer* of Engine#, Holier*, Pulley* thaftin* Hanger#, et*. Pattern#, l.raiar* ’ a* V liar*, a ck I M n'luif Work ti* order. I ll ? I > - ■Croaiwell” lirev- 'Airt*. doU:ink aud skink - • 11 It I »«*    .*rt, JI if* anti JU. - tree t, Ma ii ii fat lurers of Un aud **l»unkirk" (•#rfeet • d Urn, • to »ale in ail trading furnishing lr) #<«»l» house# in Dunkirk. hr. toohh. .    4    4    and Ck l*ealer rn I lour, freed, i*h*U-», etc. kftniilitiioi, I I.toll airer I, alt, Hated lilt, Ph*** I KIP HO IPI. and outing Saloon. Tiium Ii I »f >t fr a*>v un* pi all tratua and bu* ne aa in rn M-a. Heat vet >ui in. ala to ma for t tun oercial Traveler#. lobo J M 11r|*11'. I'rop • MI.Pit* A CO.. a    *7    aud    et Ii, Tim rd etreec ► in* furniture, (alo net War*- ani Cering. Picture fr ram#* made to order Up |^1 II N A TTP HON A til., ISI I antral Ave , • /Ta-lent of fr aahion aud tieutleiuen outdtter* Attic 1.1. HTKkM H (CATINO Ut, ll •nu ti< tm era of steam Healing Apparktuv Nan tars Pi urn in uy a Specialty H OSIP til OI LAI Simi. (lur *|f* taitiea :    fine    "torts,    pa , t'oUarv Ie; ( ufla, 4t, anti I .ace < nrtain* tree l*ehv TS A vt . (J ii in ut i ii ga, Jo; center -ireet || K. ni ll ii fr. Third vt., cor of Bulfak* ii «nuf i< lurer ami In yr n fr ne    A    sft.a# I | I SKI Wr.ll.PK H Nfr.W KTOKK, Ult K I I I bint vt. Him*ba, "islam# n, Miuucai lb air omenta, M a*r a* *.u l every tim a |«'i tai a> na to a brat •tore s, hi*i, H<*tk* a lallv. ee.Dai Iv aiel Weeki v Paver* I aa* la»*k A Lively Time ie Had in tile Heme Over kl** Ifriacwvslon et tile Approval of Thursday’# Jwurual—The ( anferwnee He pert on the Antl-Trwsk Kill Stas Adopted — Work af the trusts. Washington, June 21. —There wa* * anre iii the prayer of Chaplain Milburn when he opened the proceeding* at neon yesterday. He prayed that the Almighty might cool the fevered pul ae* of the mr in ber * la obvious an tut just ton of a repetition of the exciting scene* of lh un* day. When he had co Deluded Speaker Heed announced that the question wa* on the approval ef the jeu mal of Thuraiay aa amaaded by striking out the re ie rem* made by the speaker of the senate diver bill to the committee oa coinage After some -parnag between Meaer* McKinley and Mill* it wa* decided that the pending motion was the de in sad made by Mr Mills for th# previous question en the approval of the journal and pending Thursday when th* honer adjourned The speaker put the demand, mad after some more sparring the yea* and nays were ordered When the roll rail was concluded and It wa* made known tfrial the demand ’aa carried Mr McKinley changed hie vet* from nay to sea in order to move a recon •tderation The speaker then announced that the previous question was ordered -IU to Iti The Republicans voting with the ft* ta sc rat* wore Hart me. tarter, Dehaveu. H-rrtaaau, Kelly, .Morrow and Town-mud of Colorado Tracy of New I York voted with th* Hepu hli> ana Mr McKinley moved to re. onslder Mr Mills quickly moved to lay the no Hon en the table and the yeas and nays were again ordered, Again the Democrat*, with the aes tat Mice of several Republican*, triumphed Th# mufti.n of Mr Mill* to lay the mo Rob to recoil-Hder en the table was car tied -‘yen* 131. ivy*. IJS, J The qtvrstion tbJH» recurred to rh* ap prove! of the jouraef%» amended and Mr Iii Kigiey dev.ended th.' yeas aud aa vs Before the \ctkr on this iKptlou had tern aniioua<ed it wa# w blattered >l>out that It bad (Vaulted to a tie. w bleb really defeat rd the mot ism Mr. Dargaa of South t'amlina »n.i Mr, Tracy of New York Ifremoctat* voted no with th# Republican*. Mr Dargan at once became the centre of attraction. The Ik'«u<erratic leaders gnfhared aholt* bim sod implored bin* to chang# b* • vote Their effort* were sue ccafiii ’lr Ilargan wa# rweognia»*«i be fore the result wa# Announced *ad »taVc*i that he desired to i Image his vote to aye Then th# fej>*aker aanuuac-d that the yeas were US, the vs}* IID, and the jour aal as atwetided wa* approved The Dem ocratv made no demoaktrattan and the reading elerk ivgaa readV'lf thejourual Ow the coMciueion of the ae (ding Sp» Bker Reed stated that the jolt! (dbl would staud appr<»ied wit br ut objection. Mr Stewart of Vermont a-dte*I for recog nitton to present the (N>nf*remJP report on the anti trust bill Mr Bland of Missouri raided, the qu#*v tiou of consideration. Mr ll 1std a pur-p.,'* was to offer the following r.ib<>lutiou: I hat house hill    directing    tile    pur chm**- «>f silver bullion and the fh#ue of treasury n<*e* thereon and for othifir pur-ptmes, with senate amendiuents. it# *taken from the speaker'* table aud senate ai neud men tv min u rred in The house determined—yeas, 144; nays. I OL'—to consider the confereni-e re[»*sri The executive, leginiativr md judhSlAl appropriation bill wa* taken up. Mini t^*e ameudnient j.«endiag yesterday, toi(korea se tile saiaries af til# commiB«t*eer and a » si<*t*at cm rn i'atoner of the laud office« wa-* agreed to. report on the anti-tr tat .I (Ut I’Kl n I I NI. .•( every le*rri|tti.e aiel st lowest ii vt us rates to litinkirk l*i * ii ti ii k I oui can v, 8 sud 1*1 I-.. “Second St Pennsylvania presented committee on elections • ase of Uh ai :ue i s J ll. k    kN    til KAN A    WIN, fr.rc    I .if* Ac.    i.leat su-l ii. uerai    I as ursa J*.    Ileal lr*, in Heal fr -i ii* aud h*u«. i'sriiculai ilU'Blton    paid    t»> the i-vre of    pn>|sartv .oiled n« rents    Ac.    Ila Oater bl.    iud «Jo.*r. ^| iimkik s rn SKM kl v. ac t . ntral kvenu* ie# Iqiiaj-tcrv for Ik all Paper Pa at , OI Is, Ac. I | CKK I MW, .1. lf., am I euler e tree I, Munilf*4 ti:rer sud dealer iii Hare***, "snidles, iiri.il***.* ..liars, Truuks.M h>ps. Huff alo Holiei. Horse (’overs (.loves kl liens au l "leigh Hobe* II W HOl TfrX , ,    I?    Cast    Third    street, frAi-hi<*nsl>ie Tailor. Oentleoien will An I it to tnetr a.ivauta«(e n> call on esc :cf..re pon'hasinp slue where. II It. ( SKI A CA*., S. •    Kl    i    n    street. • o-neral lianiw are, W lute la- wl.Oils.Pittnter’s Aupldiee, Oil ( lotus, «>raa tr Ware A s|*ectal lf-*f ’•heraiuU ii! anis Pat land Monroe rang*. \l > I I.IN*. ail kit •ach as tiiank-book*. ledgers, and toil tdauk.* 'ttiee at Hunk irk Printing < .nnpanv, J* and IU K. yoooad NL If l HOI I’M «<ll.|)E>Hli KR, V    i or. I hint and iiuOaio Ma, I (eater in «>raiitn*, Mar hie r sKgin* am! Un I -. "lone. » ill on me t*-f. rv huyius >our »i.ie-walk I > k il.fr I A to.. an I a fra*I fr roo! <ueel. Wh.'kv, VV ine*. Brandies. • »-*t.erai Liquor "tore for fruustly Use. (HtfrKT VI K VV. %    Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, -(ale, ►♦**•«! Vtahltng by Ila .lay sr •ma and Loury "table week on re aa. tr. ah Is we Id    jr> j^rli.iuieutary p--u i u w v Tire srnck bv tii,> physical fact that th. •AW .1. Htfr’fr'OKIfr, I'd C»-ll lr al We ^ -ta.i >, ttencrai Iheuraa**# aud Ve in. fr ire, l ife. At'Chient, aud usurauce. I*n un pl a tie anoa g) v sa to boylas nd sci ti ag Heal frCstate I-. CL .»* *> fr'N ,    TS I*.. Third st., cor I freer. K\<•eUi.tr Meat Market. fr'resit, Nail noked Meat#. I .ani, >susages. Oysters .rtiiiry. and aa.) A S ll HTH, JCWCLKl, AA. rn* Aurora Uadroad VAan-h. Ucpairing a spe< iaity. ► rank fr. "U|d, sd fr. Third st ‘Bu v it fr'. V Vl.fr* K frK. Merchant Ta.b»r, * I entral Avenue $600 REWARD! vv fr will pay th* shove reward for say «*#• L. vert ouiplaiet, I»1"|m-|m»i*, N»<k I ira-la. he .dis*—tioa, ■ on-libation or ( >*ti»fins» w* ii; a cur* with VV >—t s V cg*Habir Liver Pills lieu the .lire. UU .a are Strictly complied with lie) ar* (>ure|\ V egetst.ir, sad never fail t> tv »itui» U»t "UKarl.atel. I Jtrge la*se* •i*tan* ui si Pills, JA cent*. Beware of • .tun 11* IU*, viol i iii .Lai. ohs. The genuine in .mu •-SIW aa lf b lolls (J h k> I ACO- N»»kJ r Mo* Rows I’m ak* acy. l> kirk, N. Y. The conference hill wa# adopted Mr Dalzell of the r#jH>rt of the in th# contented election va Morgan Mr Bland of Mi"#ouri the* offered hi* resolution to take up th# silver hill Mr McKinley of Ohio made the point of order that the motion wa" not privileged, chai th# only way to reach the speaker* table was to follow the crier of inorn.rg bust Dew#. Mr Conger of Iowa mad# th# further point that t h# bill wa* uot on the speaker'* laid#, but iii the hand* of th# committee on coinage Mr Bland argued that the bill wa# on th* *p#ak*r’a table and within reach Mr springer of Illinoi-. "aid that th# effect of th* apecial crier under which the hill waa originally considered wa# to take it out of the committee of the whole The original house hill had an indefinite appro printing .-inn*# the biti Melt cam.- from the "enate had an identical rUttee—except that the Word* were alia bf IJ changed The new matter inserted ny the -wuate was not subject to reference to the committee of the whole If th# friends of free silver would vote in the proj>er direction they would *oou have an opportunity to vote directly upon th# hill a* it came from the senate Mr. Conger of I.-wa ovid all that the hoU"# hud done nu to craw* the reference of ti.# hill There wa# Record evidence of the delivery of the hill to the cleek of th# committee on cornage and it wa* the--* now. lf the house wa lite* I to recall the hill from the coinage committee it could d<» <o bv proceeding uad#r the rule* Mr Conger maintained, against the prof*-*1* of Mr Crisp of 'reorfia, that the bill w%* projieriy and act ually Itefor# his commit Mr Morrow of California held that the action of the house Thursday dwterwiued the speaker bad no right to refer the bid. Uot aff#* fed the gentleu.au Mr Conger) had actual pow se*-iou of it. Mr Butterworth of Ohio *aid there were not twenty five men under the Capitol dom# who believed upon their oath that the hill wa*, incorrectly referral {Republican applause.) There waa no tyranny like the tyranny of a majority whi h a< tot in disregard of the law [Irtv.t Democratic applause J Mr Butterwort!!’* further remark* were tu'errupted by erie# from the Democratic side: “Give na something about tyranny." Mr William" accused the chairman of the committee on coinage of having taken the •liver bill from the sjs-aker's table Thuis-day while the question wa# under die en nil on and given it to the clerk of his committee. Th la looked like a conspiracy to obtain phy*i< al po*.-*»ssiou of the bill. Mr C«.ager said the bill had bern delivered to his clerk before ll o’clock Thor* day moruiug Later it kad been put temporarily in the pneeeasloa of the jour-HaI clerk ke permit him to make nome der taal lader*# meats. Mr MoCreary of Kertneky olaimed th.it from low* ceuatitnti< uaily the bill had never hens in the keeping of the cwrajnlttee Th# coo SMtuLion required th# house ta keep a J^MCeel. and uetll that journal was ap proved It was improper Ce send the bill any wham The speaker asked whether, supposing that th# bill was found to be upon the speaker s table it did not then Come up < oui) rn til# rag,ilur arder of precedence. Mr liland replied that be had demanded the regular order when he introduced bis resolution, that regular order involved the ; consideration of the senate billa ou the speaker's table. The speaker said that he did not so mn derstaud the gentleman * moti.Hi Mr Gasmen a»ked that th* speaker rule upon the motion. The speaker said that he did not think that th# resolution was in order now, Mr McMillan of Tenuesaee maintained that there was no authority for Mr ('oo-gerV action in taking possession of a bill which tb« house had declared had not bvsen referral to hi* committee Mr Bland modified the language of hi* resolution Mi as to direct that the speaker under rule 24, lay matter* on his table, in eluding th# silver bill, before th* house for action Ttie ([asker said that perhaps ha could simplify the matter a little aud suggested | to Mr Bland that he undervtood hi# wish to be simply to get at this nastier when it would naturally com* up, supposing it J was on the speaker a tabla, (not passing upon th* matter at their time) What th* chair purposed to do wa* that when th* bill or its hiatus, whatever it might be, was roached it should be brought before th# house But kb* gear ,»ai*n did not seem to consider that this was Friday <private bill day* and that pncat# bills aion# were in order Mr Bland asked whether th* bill would be laid before til# bouse thi* morning. The speaker declined to decide that qua«tian until the proper tim# Mr Ma* Atm aa of Maryland demanded th* regular order The speaker said that the regular order was a private bill, which be passed to the reading cle*-k Mr ipnuger of flUaoU wished to know whoa th# chair might be expected to de ride where th* MU was The Speaker- Whenever the bill would be in arder, providing that the view* of the other side were correct, about which the chair present* ne opinion, because he dom not thluk it is the proper time As Mr Bland sad Mr Springer finally insisted on a specific ruling the speaker finally ruled that Mr. Bland s resolution (to proceed to consider attention of the silver bill< was uot In order under the rale# Mr Bland appealed from the decfrdoi* Mr M« Kin ley mused to lay the appeal on th# table Th* yea" aad nay* were ordered, pending which Mr ( nap of Georgia moved that the heiiM* aijourn This motion was detested but the hour of 5 o’clei k had arrived, and the house under the rule. took a ra cag ugtil h o’clock, th# evening #e""ion to be far pension bills THE WORLD OF SPORT. SY « IEPING CYCLONE IN ILLINOIS. A DISAPPOINTED CROWD. NEWS OF A DAY ON THE DIAMOND AND TURF. Results af Yesterday's Baseball (frames. Runnlag Race* al NbeepsKead Kav. St. Louis aad Chicago— Last Day off lh* Just Trotting Wasting at Bing bam ton. IN TKR VEN ATK. Wa ill I NOTO*. June 21.—The poet o® re sad the diplomatic md consular appropriation bill* were rep* rted to the senate ye-terday Several dispute# occurred over small amendments Mr. Plumb using one of them a# th# text for the denunciation of the extravagance of the senate in the matter of it* own employe*. Finally the Mil wa* reported to the sen ate aud The amend men! a made iu committee of th* whole were agreed to Attempt# to meres## the salaries of the cummtssiaaer af Indian affairs and the com mi "stoner of education were referral Mr Stewart offered an amendment to "trik# out the it#na for the executive ofli .er of th# geological survey aud speka of the survey a# a fangu* that had grown up uot on a stat ut*, but on appropriation hills Mr. Dawes reminded him that tlie whole army had grew* up on appropriation billa, and that th* weather bureau had i grown up fr rn aa appropriation of #1A •»» to it# praaeat avagidrude. caeting over a million a year “And it mislead* us every day as to the weather." put in Mr Edmund*. Mr Stewart wast on to denounce the geological survey a* bring af no pre* th ai use Mr Dames replied to Mr. Stewart and iixpiained th* operation* of the survey aud tt»e importance of it# work Mr Edmunds—What ha# it accum pU«hed during the past year* Mr Daw#* replied that it had been eu-tlAgad in a geological survey of the United *%age# and making g -oiogi a1 m#p* Mr Digs ll* said ha knew uothiig about the data A# and ai;cn #4^iut nt of the gee,log •aal server It alight he that there were too mauy persons employ J on it. but be hid no hesitation In "Syiag tLat th ?re wa" no bureau of the government tost had more mrd'.aiijr approved it "elf to flie*v»m' Bion.arna# aa I ,infcelligeBc# of ail people were it# operation* wee# known Tlie di"< tissttm wa. continued by Sena tor# Edmund®. Teller, Stewart Plut. Call. Reagan aud • tarmac Mr Stewrart.spoke of "th# wily art*" of Maj Powell, va I said that he had super-#eded m«u as **q*-r.*r to bint"#!! a> he wa* to the common La bona,; man Reference having lo-eti made to a newa-pa|>er interview in which Maj. Powell spoke di"ro)»pectfully of Mr. Stewart, and of th* influence which inspired his op po aition, Mr. (iortnau said that the new-* patter pres." would mGrepresrnt any one A large part of the prow* did nut believe that there wa* au baue-t man in the Urgis iative or the executive branch of th# gov ernmeut. Ha paid no atteutian to w hat th# press said of Maj. Powell or of any "*nator. He did uot deny that Maj Powell had made the statemeut alluded to. He w a* not bi# defender, and had no interest in him. except that he believed him to be an efficient aud hnuest public officer. At the clone of the discussion th# amendment wa* withdrawn by Mr Stew art. The bill wa# then parsed Striking Brakemen Return to Work. PiTTSBt'HO, Juue 21.—The strike of the brakemeu on the Pitsburg, Virginia and Charleston rat lr* tad has lo#- n settled They bav# accepted the terms offered by the company. Th* w«ge» lur day tneu is|2 16 and for night men *2 «* The meu run niug between McKeesport aud Brown.-* Ville are to receive t nu per day The men went to work aa soon as the wronl reached them of the settlement and took out their train*.    _ W aal* fr Beni pl Iou frow Tai at Iou. NFS YOAK June 21 —The Adams Ex pres# company ha" applied for au injunction to restrain the city tax com mission em from placing a corporation tax of 125, UUU upot! it# capital stea k Th# company claims that it is not a corporation but a PHrtnerahip euaerm, and it is not liable to tax No dec]"t,in ha# been reached. I At Buffalo- Buffaio..............4    I    t    I    I    •    I    0    S-14 New York ...........0    I    I    I    S    0    •    X    B-8 Base kits Bugala IL New York I#. Error* Buffalo I. New York A Batterie* Haddock and .VU, k;T aa#. CVI lay an.l V* Mg bo Umpire*- katgbt and ioa#a At Plttrtbwrg - Pitf"borg ...........I    4    I    •    0    I    •    0    B— 4 PhdaAciphia.........8    «S1I«10«— 8 bite Pittsburg ti. Ptiibulelpbta IU. Errors PUu»burg 4. Hhiiadetobia A Batteries-Maul aud (armil; >a»<ier* ami Mil!i*ar. Umpire#-- FrrgusoB and Holt*ert-At risveiaud— Clevetaad  J 0 $ • 0 0 U 0 9 0-8 Basten .......... 888010000    1-4 Hose kit* Clereiaad I. B*>«t«n ?. Ermrc— ( isvsiouu 4. Bo-toe I. Batteries O’Bi ie* and frireanan. Kilrov and Kelly I'mptrea- Fria## aad Matthew* At Chkwg* < hi* ago Brooklyn game post posed en aeceunt mf rain. a atio# ai. ic coca At Utaninsatl — < la oui natl ..........I    89900810-2 H w in    ...9    9 1 989998-4 Kona hi ta—(.'lar-iiiuati a. Boston 9 E rrmrm GI a* is natl 2. fhatoa I. Haft arise- Rhine# aud Harnngtoa. Clark-«*»a aud brna^tt. I m stirs M< vjuaid At Cleveland - Cleveland ...........I    000008    19-8 Brooklyn........... 0    0 I « 6 I 3    9    9 Hi Baa# hits Cleveland A Brooklyn IL Errors Cleveland A Brooklyn* Batterie" (iartteU! and Zimmer Caruthers and Daly Cm pl re Lynch. At Philadelphia— Phi'aiel i lo# .......0    2 I 9 8 0 S    2    “-ll Pittsburg ..........J    0990101    9-2 Ha.-*- kits Pkliafrelphla KL Pittebuni T. Errors Philadelpkla f. Pittsburg 4 Ballone#-Viukery and (3eiusats: Ha*sr and Decker. Umpire -Powers. At I ‘bi* ago Chn Bg,>-Now Yerk gam# postponed on a< count of men a mm ic*a t ssninoR. At Toledo Toledo...............9    0 9 8 0 1 9    9    9-12 Louisville .........0    0 I 0 I 0 0    9    9-2 ba*# hits Toledo Lh Louisville*. Error* - Toledo A Louisville A Batterie" CttsktBoa and Sag#: Ekr#4 and Ryan I tapir*—Barn ti rn. At Rochester— Rochester  I    A    I    0    I    I    I    0    I - 4 brooklyn ...... ...I    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    8-2 Bae# hits — Rot bee tar 9, Brooklyn i Errers- Rod tvlrrt Uroikijrn T. Battsnes-Barr and M «>uirc: Daily and Toy Umpire- Toole. At Philadelphia A lh ie tic   I    0    I    9    2    0    I    ii    8-8 4vrat.ua*    ...    1    41 18000 8— 7 Base kits A lh let lr 7 gyro*-ta* U Err sr* AthieMe 8. gyro, nae 4. BatfsiWhit Bey aad Rabinson; Case > and O'Kourke. L rn pun - I froeot ber At Cnltmbu*- Caluranoa  .....49980804    *—? St lamia .......1    9    9    0    0    0    0    9    2-3 Noes kits Co) ambus A Bt Louis A Error# Col urn bus A RL Issut* I. Batteries Es-tou and UT ens, r. Whit rock and Munyan Umpire- Ems..a, KEW TORK ST STX MSOI X. At Uneon ta—Oneonta. *. Cob! oak it I, A At Troy Troy, 4; JohnMowu-iJioversvill*. ?. At Albany—Albany. IA Ulna. A Trotting at HI agha nit sn. Binghamton. N Y . June 21.— Nearly ♦ UUU people ware la attendance at the bio.; Lamina driving fvsrk yesterday to wit ria" the closing of the June nu-#* Th# sum mane* ar# as follow' JAO ciasa purse 840U Burt ffbsldon ...... .....2    I    2    I    I Ella Rosebud  ............ I    2    I    3    4 But.apkllus ............... 4    8    8    4    4 Palsy 8    ...............5    4    S    5    2 Harry Cardinal....... 4    5    4    2    8 Alkali........ 4    4    4    4    I Time i i Ski*. 2 ~.i*. 2 ,***4. £ .t*H-2:38 cia#*, purse 84*kl Sallies _______ ........3 2 I I I Bes* ........I I X 4 s MiiUe B ........ ........4 T 4 6 I july Hi* harl-...... ...... 5 4 9 3 3 I W'U!ioj*( Hrnry.... ...... 4 9 j 9 ii I i’sarswitdk ..... ........9 9 9 7 4 j Ale* k B..... * 8 8 2 •» ! Lady Pat> ben ...... 8 5 5 9 4 I Claremont,._________ 7 9 4 S dr. Time— 2A»H, 2 .CU*. 2 Cl**. 2 34k*. 2 .rug Races at Vt. Loot*. ST. Lodi, June 21—Yesterday’* race# resulted a-» follows: First race I mile:    Hockey drat. Mike Watson *eoond. Chestnut Bell third, time, I 434* ."4e»«*nd race, the Directors’ handicap for 2-year-olds, % mile:    Ko#* Howard first Ethel S *econd. Ethel Gray third, tim# UHL* Third race. the Granite Mountain Min tug company handicap, IV4 mile*:    it    lock ner iirat. C.trtar B second, Khody Pringle third time 2:12V Fourth rtf#. Ellis Wainwright para for JLyear olds. I mile:    Eli first. Little Crete second. Mary K third; time, I 44 J*. Fifth r*4*e. Adolph ii# Brach pur***. I 1-16 mile*. Blarneystone. Jr. first Carnegie secoud. May Hardy third, tiro**. I *3 Hay. -The result* Flyer* at Nhaapmha*,! Sherpv-hkad Bat, June 21. of ye#tertlay’s race# follow. Fin*! r*«'e \ mile Tipstaff first, Oral din# second. Tanner third. time. 1:IU 1-& Se«ond race, the Fau«y stake*, for 2 year-olds, mile:    Vagabond first. Chat ham second, fcklipae third. time. 1:16 2-5 Third race. ** mile: Sir.John first. Maj Daly aecond. I>ruicho*ithird. time. 1:11 2-5 Fourth race, 11% mil#" Tea Tray drat. Sir Dixon second, Adamant third. time. 1:55. Fifth race.    mile* Gallifet first. Montague secoud. Badge third; time 208 3-5. Sixth race. I 5-16 miles:    Yengeur    first, St. Luke second, Sorrento third, time, 2 18 A #4 Fg e: kl ll rig O t it SU fib na- k arwl der* TH swot new! and I AA •one "ta im •oms crud ll sci rn MI Fa JR Mi Al IM (M Pe lug » cjrrlf up. | le*>*8 awsf TI *tr J Tb«i sneR st# rf Pa 9 th J ex in I# boo I Rouse Rowed Dsvs aud •••vsrat Cktldraa Killed. HL villi JU., June 21 —A terrible me and cloud-burst oecurral about miles north af this city shortly after 4 ck ymterdty afternoon, which re- d in terrible Ina# of life and property, aa than fifteen potpie being killed a num!«r of hou*e*aud barn* entirely •lfibhed. # *t«>rm came from the southwest and ped down on Field s school house, a •lidding standing at the FourCornara, ore it to pieces* the time there were but eight per in the st bool room, and all were Inly killed. Their bodle# were carried di«taoce and fearfully bruised and led e names of those who perished in kb# •I hou*« so far a* known are: -a MA4H4IK Mi Hkidk. the teacher va Ht'mr. in in Ka ULE r. 'vmf. Berry. 4 Rf tfrOLPH SA PkFNTlan. RKH White. ar Ream- an old peddler, was driv-near the school hoU"« when th* ne struck it. ami he, too. wa# caught arri*-d "ome di*t*ace aud flung life alo a hedge Hi# team wa# earned THEY ASSEMBLE TO LISTEN TO POWD. 2LY AND GOMPERS. ek.ii: store th rn ca ai tL in be re of e house of Newton Wood wa# next. k and nut a va^tig* of it remain* family "ought refuge in the cellar and •ed From rh# school house the ii contiuiied to the N’orth#a"t through Paw grove and carried with it erery-g movable. The I*"* of life there is s a greater—seventeen killed and many tire I. wenfy house" were torn to piece* and e eastern part of the town entirely i|o*d out. Some of the victim-* were rried hundreds of yard# aad mangled moat l*eyoud recognition The force of r cyclone was terrific Nothing rental na it* path but the hare earth, huge tree* big torn out and carried away. Che width of the vterm was about eight d". aud it progr**"*ed forward at the rate eighty mile* an hour. Tenny aad Salvator Mati-bed. I EW Yoke. June 21.—The match race be paean Tenny and Salvator, the Subur-ha a handicap winner, has t*een conaurn ru- i ed The condition* are aa follows: Th k match i* to be far #.*> <•«) a (ride. half fo. ti -it. the ra< mg a#"oclation to a<ld 9ft mo. prki I dad Isith horse* start, the race to be run aa Wednesday, June 25, if the steward de«i I## that the track is g*vod Mr Haggle f nam#" Salvator, and Mr. Pulalfer uaifi a# Tenny, em h to carry 12*2 lh# ; dia-taud el»g mile# This freeze" out t'atnp-a* the other* want**! ( aselus to carry ht for Agm, and he declined. belk well Aa laelpleut Ka*# War Faded. Si LfrJl I*. June 21.—(ieneral Manager I fr »df fridge of the St lx>uis. Arkanso# and Tehi *# railroad received telegram# Teeter da g( announcing that th# ra.*e trouble be tv sd n negro construction hand" and white >e» ll*r# in Dunphia ronufy, Mo . ha# liven set f2#«l The wbifras have withdrawn. On th F infer alation th# order sending LY) ar »ied m--n to the w ee# under nuthority of I be United State* circuit court granted to \ Pie. elver* Fordyce and Swanson wa# co roteraianded. A Had Ca## af Nightmare. (AMAH 4. June ti —J J Warner threw J..Secre*t out of a third story window of HJie Merchant*’ betel early yesterday ru uiiing and fatally injured him The two4iu«-n were in attendance ber* upon the Grfffnl Masonic lodge and were committee* Ut tile hotel. It is hinted that they quarte led aiiout cerneau rites cf the lodge. lait »Werner claim." he had nightmare. Weiner wa* arrested and re I aa*** I on ijon(Y*____ A PudmUtres* Nominated. WlflHIQlov, June 21 —The president sent to the senate the nomination of Mrs. lxvi.toa N Corning as postmaster at Palmyra.. N. Y THE MARKETS. New York Vt otter Market. Nsw Yonn. J na* ti. Money closed at 3 per rent, yeaterday. th# tow --vt rate of tke day: lh** big heel aas H* per cent. I-: * cL * it*:a < lased steady; posted rate*. $4 44^s •ll"#; actual rate*. R NS for vixty day bi ii*, and tv #74*®,* "9 for dsiuaod. Governraaut bond* el awd steaily; currency •r-, I LI bid 4* coupon. I 2£-e bid. 44** do. I d bid. Pacific railroad bond® rinsed a* fellow*; Uni«»n firsts, 1.18*4 bid. do sinking fund*. 1.13 % bkt. Centrals. I I J7* bid. Th# Little Giant of the Americaa F#«l-e rat iou of I-ab*»r Falls *« Put ta an Appearance, and Terrence Has th# Field t*» Himself-A Hitter Arraignment af the Federation. XEW York. June *21—Th# prospect of hearing nu exchange of civilitl**" bet wee'i Messrs Powderly and (romper* attract# I % large crowd to the Cooper I Ilion la r dight. Mauy were unable to gain en trance The executive board, Knight# of labor, appeared on the platform at ** o’clock. Mr Powderly introduced George War oar of District a""#mbiy 213 a* chairman ! Alex- Ider Wright of th# exe*-uttve board wa# the first speaker After briefly ex-plat a leg th# object of the meeting, namely. to «li"M us* the fal*e accusation* ■)#!” against the Knights of I j*l>or by the Fed era'mo of labor, he intro4uc*4 Mr. Pow-Ja# Iy, who wa- greeted with loud applaii" Mr Powderly said he reg retie* I the ne*-e*#ity of thi* meeting After reading Mr. Gompers’ ra-ently published letter he invited Mr. Warner to take th# platform Mr Warner said the board, after con kidering the letter, bad decided that a* thi* was a regular meeting, called fora specific purpose, it weuld not Ie proper to adopt Mr. Goat pere’ suggestion to give that gentleman half the tim# of the meeting for a purpose not contemplated in the call. At thi* point a body of about AU mea r»»*e a# if by pre arrangement and leis the ball. Mr. Powderly said; “All who d#"ire tp leave will plea."# do to now. a* there ar hundred* out")de who cannot get in This pertinent and palely true "tate ment wa* received with great cheering, md the efforts et th* seceder* to break up the meeting fell fiat. In a m inset the hall was packed a* full a* before. When quiet wa" restored Mr. Powderly addressed the meeting He lemad that be wa* in 18*6 opposed to the eight bour principle He wa* unposed, however, to certain meth«*d"of caon acting «u eight bour movement. Ha believed in i n.ctical measure* la hi*.")*. “Ii>**#e aud arpent - hi**, we are lighting them right (long." .-.aul the "js*.vker ta vote®: *N\c ar# w«»rking |#»ople bere ) “Here, too,"* re paned Mr. Powderly. “It is a principle of our order that the man who work# with h:* brain or his jaw L* a laborer as well as he who work* with hi# hands." [Ap plau.se Mr Powderly then read docu m. at* showing that the knight# were the first to suggest the eight-hour principle At the St. lamia convent ion they fixed Ma) I, l**i, a# the day for it. | “This tiring so, how could thirty eight I men »i»eak for the whole crowd’” asked j Vfr. Powderly. There wa* deafening i applaud at this reference to the federation Mr. Powderly then went into an | analysis of th# statements »*f meniber*hip ; of the federation, and asserted that the large api>arear niemherahip wa made up i tty cl.timing Knight# of lau*or a-. irem!*ei" I i>f the federation Tlie sp aker then *{M>ke of the differ-I enc#* of method* bet ween the two organi-i latino* I Ie -ald th# first trouble l*etw> -I* I them occnrral when the knight# succeed-I in having the wag." of the cigarmak re j mer* a-oil. Mr Powderly declared that all work-! tngnicn should stand together Hew is ready ta resign in favor of Mr. Gotnp* t * | if the workingmen of the country would I Mute uniter hh* a# a leader. “I kuow as well how to foGow a* to lead [Applause ] Mr. Gotupers, after receiving Mr Pow darly’s letter ye*»er8rt]r, replied to th# aff#* t that he b#li#v#d Mr Powderly nev#r ext## ted bis (Powderly 9) challenge ta be accepted, or if accepted, the Idea was ta entrap him (Gempen) info a packed meet ing. If Mr (Rompers had not conatrued the letter a# a rlisllangr and liod uot a*, cepte*! it. the kutght# wouM have claime«i that It wa» a challeng*; and that it had not het-n met He accuses Mr Powderly of being a pettifagger and doable dealer. Mr. (rompers added that he was ready at the meeting or any where els* to repeat and prove all that he had ever "Old ahunt the knight", and he would attend the meeting, under the cond it Bios named in hi" letter *»f Thursday, if notified of their jMN-eptauce Mr. Gum per* was not at the meeting Iv r» I \ e< I this YVi »-k t« I Sm I til 11M \ s S| it (Mill MhK\ Kllfl R ^li. t it »ni New York: ORF shipment Ladies be*t f+«t hlai k U.*lt«n ll.*#e, worth 4«c„    only........ *W’ One !»>t ladies Ik**| fa*t black ll-****, auperior quality, w«'rtli 50c.,    only Sic One lot ladies’ black dye Ii *®c, worth i*e , only ................   15c One lot very tine assortment L>*}s be"t fast black double Ii nee Ho3k worth 4<h . only...........................   24c One Int children'# beat fast black hose, worth (5c., only...................24c One lot large Poy." best fast black double knee H<*»e, worth 50c , only  ‘intone lot gentlemen’s best fast black half Hose, worth 50c., only.............. 28c One lot ladies’ very fine fast fancy colored Hose. worth (VK' . only ______ 48c due tot ladies' new style fancy striped Hose, warranted fast Colors, worth 25c. only.......................................................   17c One lot ladies’ fancy wide stripe Host* very fashionable, worth 40c., only ... 25c One lot ladies’extra large Balbriggan ll >.*e. worth 40c., only. ..............2fic Ladies’best fast black ribbed lf**".’ w *rfIi loc . only........................25c ()ne lot ladies Taffeta black Glove# only.................  25c One lot ladies’ pure -ilk Jersey Glove- *q»|y    ..     4fic Ll die.* fancy Blouses.....  48,    50.    65,    T5c.,    11.26 Bent fancy Table Oil (‘loth, worth RL per yard, our price only    ............ 23c New line ladies’ and /etui* men * light-weight Summer Underwear infill-: STORE.    —- i £> P EC IA L ANNOUNCE N fc t I ) ti I *». h fr.h" R ANI ti* Mill. nut VOiPH Ti lite. N<> expert*-*** # im*"1«"I. J, frill.SMK Vt hit a*!, .-turnery man, lira- hosier, R. Y o    VKI    A « »»., I* ti. I A Horn# m, 4 ll 7lh O Ii*-#. Cat* un*, * .tveal" aa«l I;*- I.M*ii#" aerur«"I Trs>l# Mark# ivxivteraJ All 1‘atrat i#M#ise-" et.ii* I ti*-4#*l fur iM«i*i#ral# fr#*a. I ii form.til u. Ad ti*-# and "|»#*-ial nlerearvs i-#i»i on n-«|ii* at. 47'. Mi ta "'GHIM -% MONTH ran la- ai*!# ,4388 |9    worlimi; for in IVrvon# |a*r- irrrrd aho tan furnish a bor*# aa.I giv# thru ai. -ic lim# to th# Ih#**#*-". Spas# rn. mem> may b# itily rin^wnl a1"**. A f#a va* an* i#" in la#*) tad no#* H. ►'. JOHNSON A ( CL, IO*! M on Sc, Ka ti (Bon. I, Va. PATENTS! I avell- an.) I ra.Ie Marka obtained, and ail i‘^i< ut !> >-mea# i-«ted in* ital for Mtnlsral# frees. (*sr ort), e is o|>|io«it# I’ S. Paten I ol1i<# We ha*« it-. - il> (frnnw ail Imainr** »lire> I. ba sea van I• sn*.*#! |.at«nt husin#s« in less Iou# sail ai la--.* > . -et Ihaa lliOa# remote from W as ti lug lull. lei rn..-lei, dm-*lr.*, or pilot**, with .ISS erne ion W « a* I Tit« lf psl#otaide or (1**4, frss of <    I    lui fee intl liue Itll palest is re, ursd V MH.Ik, “How to i it.i ai ii Patents,’* with ref aren. ♦** I*, actual eiisals is jour Nlats.i «>ua(y. or loan, rut (tee. Aiidress (’. A. STOM At C‘Om (frpiiosft# Patent I UU*-#. Vt a-s nates. It C. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ila* ju*t receive*! a full line «>l Df^y ^ood3 Af^D Paf^pet?. ADA1, IE(iDBni& ANDERSON A SI HIC A .V BUX’rn 51MU1G2 Main *Strect, Buffalo, ...    .    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. (lur motto ia:    *‘Second to None,” Wa wi"b to be second to none in your service, fry um and "Ct*. .MOATS AM) rams. Kijiial to taiiv in the city, aim •it juice* that will pay yon to'o-e him lu*foie piiichasine. STILL IN THE DARK. I Th# Fat# Miners Is (hi sago Ka##*. Chicago, Jan# ii —The ra*-r* ar West Side pork yesterday resulted a* follow**: First race, 5% mile: Catharine B first, Duuovan second, Reserve third; time. I 86 Second race. % mile: Tom Ma* kin fir**l. Burr Cooper second, Glen Rush third, time, I rill S-Thtni race. I mile Prsphecy first, Frud Fink secxtud. Ruby third: time. Lib Fourth rate, \ mile Ruth drat. Jack Barchelior second, Jim Jordan third; urn#, l.A'Vs Fifth rare. \ mile Militia!# first. Tom Stevsns second, Diamond Dick third; lins I l#H New fork Prod ••re Fbi*hangs. New York. June El. FLOUR (Toed gaiet hut Ara* ysatardav. Fin# grad#" winter wheat. |2    40; sprtijg ■lo, li ft>2-'DV winier suparttn#. |2 V^i.2 TY; spring do, $2 LOJjJ. si; wintar. extra Ss. t do, 7Vg-i tv. spring So,    0u. extra N>*. I winter. |3 INC* W: 4m spring flUbfiMk city mill extra", f4-d«fi*.4o for W<*.t    South ern flour . ionsd quiet, traleand familr extras, F nj! VY WHEAT -Option* wsre nim and mors active. There we* a de- ided In- rraee in the number of buying or4*-i" from stitsid* r- vtimu-lated by unfavorable weather r#i<*>rt« from the West. Price# • need -4 ifry* kigb**r. >i**»t lots clewed #tea*ijr. "pet *ai*-" of No X reg wiutsr. WU-*, ,-rt. . No. 3 rat. Cftaec; No. X rat winter June. ®4c, do July. Wv , do Aug.. W5c: doHepi , Kit®*-. CORN -Options were only moderately active aad price* cl«*-#d about steady. 4pot lots <; wed quiet. >pot sal#" of No. J aux--d, 4lc; No. £ mixed June. 4lt«#.-: do July, 4l4%r; do Aug . 42^**; do Hspl., 4 i- 4t. OAT)- Optiona were irregular on a fair amount of trading, cloaiag but slightly • hanged "pot hits chaed irregular. 4p*jt "ales of N-> I white, 39c. No. t do. ffitsff-Sfc No. I mixed. ’(S*-; No. J do. 84c; No. 2 ml led J tin# ami July. MMU*: do Aug,, Sl‘4c. PORK Dull; cues#. $13 YxAU tai. LARD Ci**ae*i steady; July. fS 19. Aug., Sd 30: >ept.. $d 41. BUTTER Clooodstnody; eartcm ■ reamer), lAglS ; altern do, Lfrki^tffo CH KENE Quiet; fac tory. New I"orb #h«d dar. (‘Ssi4***': western fiat. ?^?,'s#. E<H»N-( lo**ed steady; *-a!»t#m fir*ta fresh. l'al'*5-®. western do, UtyaDH*-; Canadian do. Ik    _ Buffalo Provision Market. Bt ((Alo, Jane El. WHEAT—Closed dull y##t#r*iay; No. I hard, to*: No. I n< rthern. «k-, Winter wheat No. 2 red. wa on track; No. 3 white, 89c on track. CORN Dull; No. 8 cora. 384* ; No. 3 do. :<7V” No. 2 yellow. •Ap'. No. 8 do. >i|C. UATS4 Firm, Ne. * white. Sic. No. 8 mixed. SU on tro* k. RYE Dull; No. 2. MVgc. BARLEY - Nominal. FLOUR Quiet; spring wheat, hest patent, per bbL. $.■ TYftdJR. and low grate. $A-V) Wtater wheat hest family. $3 flU'ftft.rtft graham. $6 ill BUTTER Creamery fancy. IF* . do choice. 1.1#:4c: de wrstsfi fancy. 1£#l3* <'HEE8E -Fonoy full uveam per lh-, toe*. oh-dos do. (Bb#*., good do, MSfrflr. EQGfi-BSate aad Osidia, *r*m%lj freh. Rseh. o*4r- <*f th# I in |t ri"oiie-l Vet a M**tery. DlnbaR. Pit.. June JI — “We don’t know." wa" th*.- only an-wer ina*l# la"t tiigilt t*> the qsMtlos. “When «Jo you h*»|»e to r#a* h the irupri"*»u#*i men?" Every thing indicate# that the I# Mien* of th# re* ruer* are telling rhe truth. They do not know The miners who .ire "(niggling to find an opening into the ill fated HIU Farm work# are equally in ignorance on this question with the authentic" *>f th furnace company. Certain it i" that tbs r#"cuer* have long ainee cr***" I th# line wHere they hoped to Hnil the entoni’ -*1 men Then* have l#*en no rappini®w or "oand-ings Th# unbirtunate men have not been heard front at anv time or in any manner. All report." that the rew’uer* have beard from the unfortunate* have been without foundation an*! sensational Everybody h*»)*e" for the bent. Many have r**nfl dance that the nun will lie taken out alive, but the conditions are strongly against such a pc#*#ibilitv and theckanc> ■* are IO to I against the men. A "«n«-t intiou* "inner. Syracuse. N V., June 21.— Nicholas M Betsinger of M.ineliu" Fall", one of the best known apian"!* in the "tate. was convicted of rape in the court of <m~*siot•* here after a trial lasting three «lav*i The jury were out only twenty minutes. Th* complainant in them."# wa* Erwin ( ler. 14 year* old, whom Betsinger took out of the orphan asylum at Oswego last Jan nary. The prim i{»al witne"* against him wa." Zada Young, anther young girl whom he adopted from an asylum her# four years ago and for assaulting whom he has al"** le-eu ind»*-te*l by a grand jury of this county. The trial ha." been war* bed aith A great deal of interest ow mg to Bet singer'" prominence a." a church membei and a* an active Prohibitionist. The sentence of the court nill I# pronounced im Tuesday. The «*w llehnsen‘« "trike Virtually Ovsr. ClETBUXD, June 21.—All striking switchmen except those formerly employed by th# Valley. Nickel Plate, Cleveland, Canton and Cleveland and Pittsburg roads are working to-day, and the fear* rd a flood and coal famias have vanished. Work in tbs Lake Sh ors, Big Four and Ens yards Is progressing aa Lf no strike kad taken pin* a* We have the largest assort-niciit ot Patent Ix'uthur Slit*** iii jilaiii arni light-colurfrnl t«>| Ii ai i <1 and niaubine Bewet I. We carn a coiiijfrhdu line of N KT-TLKTON S Fine Shoo*. If you want a nice-lit ting and stylish sh oo, try a pair of thin make. You will like them. Our GENTS’    Calf Slioc iii Hutton and Congree, in broad, modi urn or narrow to**, is tho I>o.st ."boo for tho money that hits over lxr*n ot-fered to any trade. Como and ozamino thorn for your»t*lf and Im* convinced. We wialt to iiu|>reH ujion our out of town fritTids, in view of the j>rojM»"c<i chance" iii the tarilf aud tin* prifroalfrlc in* rt*a.s(* iii the coat of uearl) all kind" of dry goods, that tin* month of June will Im* the iii«»iitIi for them to ."hop. Price* were never lower than they are at I (regent in our "tore. lf the |»ro|H>"(-d tarilf lull }(asses, l»ru * " mu"! *••» up. VV»* are offering npleudtd Lsr-oamH in sateen* an*! ginghsius and "uiiimer wash falirien of all kinds. The t isis rice <frf our spring btoek of cl*.ak" are "(‘ding ( lo up. Wt* * pl ole the following lit. gain** iii underwear: Gentlcuwn's hint* mixed #hirts sad • lrawcrs iii medium weights, a1 .MJC per suit. Gentlemen’" Balbriggan underwear, i4kr per suit. Geutleuien’s blue angola shirts and • lrawer* a! 25c. each, 4<k;. g*«**U Ladies Jcraey veat# aa low aa 10c. each. I^adiet*' ludhriggan vest" with lace trimming, only 15c , worth 25c. Good grail# Jersey rctii at 25c. each. While and hla* k liale thread Jersey vests al 75c. each. Silk vests, all colors, 75c each. Linen prices will lie considerably ad meed if the tariff im changed. Our prices are much balow even current price", and we are celling tine (‘lotus, napkins. D Oylejs, t*»wel", etc . at rare bargains    -- New st via* in parasols. New style* in gloves. N‘-w styles in briery. Hi od«|»iarters in Buffalo for ^Carpets, Hugs, Draping mod upholstering fabrics. Adam Mildroi aid Alton, A MEKIC AN BLAME, :i*m- un ma is st he et, BUFFALO. N. V. SULLIVAN & SON, 2 1HjT*ntre Street CC. PENFOLD M '-inufacturer aud Importer, Mi 4 MAIN "T„ KL VV ALO. N. T. DKALKR IN I )iiimomls,    W    ntch    es aud Jewelry, ( lock#, "(Iverware, Leather (J*##!*, etc F NU HA VI NU, HUL H ,f HIL IKR PL 4 TIN A COM Pi.ETE LINE OF HolidayGoods :m» MAIM HTICKKT. BUFFALO N Y.Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures ;

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Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date: June 21, 1890