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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York K -VJC B REPRESENTATIVE PSINESS HOUSES! i HOO3E AND SENATE. OF DUNKIRK. A LI T.I j Tlino to BTad In Ike B.UM th. DIMU..IO. .r th. at LNEUT RII.IMl MACHINE for ruin all blanks the lau-t a.i.liin.i' uartment of T LEXASDEK-S and Woo.1 Yard. Ontral Avenue. nuiMMite Nii_kfl All irrailes of Hani ami Hall foal, Lumber. and Lath. Free 4-Oiv Correspondence for wholesale loto B ;n- ulmiKU. 2Z! anil SIS Central Ave Artistic fioiographer. Instantaneous ilografih., Bubiea a specialty. Sitwr- wa.t lor sunshine except for HOOK 1HVI.NU fr.. prictor, 16 E. Scconil street, near Hul I'unklrk. N. V. Mu us. raraphleu. ITr HAKHKK SHOP Nagle, Prop., Bank, come. Tliir.l alrwfc.. A tfne ntock u i IN.meatir igara. Report an th. Bill I Work or tk. Hraat.. Wi3HtNOTO.v, June 21.-Tbere wa. a jignincaBce in the prayer of Chaplain Mllbura when he opened the proceedTnK. at n-oi, yesterday. He prayed that tte Almighty might cool the fevered pulses of th. in obvious anticipation of a dT m 'h6 day When he had concluded Siwak.r that the question the approval the of tt' tbmt f send th. bill Mked opposing to be upoVthe it did not then come up w'he "d-r of precedPnce. thal had demanded H he Introduced his utioB; that regular order involved the THE WORLD OF SPORT. NEWS OF A DAY ON THE DIAMOND AND TURF. S TURD JUNE 21, 1890. svw :ECINQ CYCLONE IN A Jekool HoaM Mowed Mpr JT a o the journal .Dd peudtn. TnursJay when the bonne adjourned Th" put the demand, aad after sane '8' and nays were 'Taker 8ald that te (lil' not so un- erstand the gentleman's mod tbat the upon the motion. thl? HSpeak7 that h" that the resolution waa in order now, maintained that then- was no authority for Mr. Con- of a bill which the' house had declared had not been referral to hi. Mr Bland mcxHfled the language of hi, r-wolution, so a. to direct tbat the speak OD hl" fwi Hasnlts of Yesterday's BaMbaU Running Bate, at Bay, St. tools and Chicago-La., Day of tk. Trotting M..tln, .t Blag- Ban ton. At BalTalo- 1 3 1 1 0 1 0 8-14 ,ewor Errore-Bolfalo 1, New York 3. k and Mick; C j J Center wirai Particular mention iBlerrenng lioraeo. Shoeing of roail u-fHiing a njw.ialty. KVKNINU OH-4KRVKK. laritent Uaily in the County. An rne.lmm. J ji NKIKK C.1UINKKK1NU COMHAJTl MOI] Marhme Work to onler. DUNKIRK SUIKT CO, aH, Center a------ I I jnil "liunkirk" perfect dttifu i Slurb., on in alt leading furnidhiuy Dg ttu.l .Iry in liuukirk. f. TOOMEY. Lion street. Is77. KKIE HOTKI. Umm, l Itrpot acceu u> all urain. .-in.I J. Murphy, 1'rop. h'ULKK.1 jTfO, l J7 an.i E. street. Furniture. Cabmfll Ware ami L> JulBtenng. Pn lure made to U. MATTEHON Wl Central Ave of Faibion ami (ienllemen OiitOtterj AKEI.I. HTKAM UEATIMU CO, .Sleatn Healing Apparatus "itary riumbiDK a Specialty. I I HoM A W. Center a tree t II K. UKHM. K. Thinl st.. cor. of BulTalo ami .leaier m Fine B-xite4 .Shoo. ittTi atalumiry Muaiiukl In rKaiere f IcKiBley thi> yeas and nays Before the vote on thin irJotion had been announced It was-whispered sbout tbat it bad rivalled In a tie, which reifUy defeat- ed the motion. Mr. Dargaa of South Carolina ami Mr. Tracy of New York l Democrats) voted' oo with the Republicans. Mr. Dargan at once became the centre f attraction. The Democratic leaders gathered abont him aBd implored hlsa to nanne vote Their efforts were suo- cea.fiil. lr. was recognized be- rore the reanlt wu Aouonnced aBd stated that he desired te chaage Us vote te aye. Then the speaker aanoitBoed that the yeas were 183, the nay. ISO, and the jour nai as amended wan npjVroved. The Dem- ocrats made no and the readiag clerk twgaa reading the journal On theconchiMonof the wading Speaker .taletf that the jourspl would stand approved withr-it objection. Mr. Stewart of Vermont asked for recoz- ninon to present the cunfereude report on the anti-trust bill Mr. Bland of raised, the ques- tion of consideration. Mr. Blabd'a pur- pope wa, to offer the following rwolution: 1 hat house bill BKI, directing pur- chase of stiver bullinn and the W of notes thereon, and for ototer pur- with senate amemlments. to Waken from the speaker's table and senate a, nend- rneuts concurred in The house 144. nays, coBstder the coaftrt-ner report The executive, legislative judi.jial appropriation bill was up an71 tV amendment pendi.g toincrea the salaries of the aail tistant of the land was atfreed to. The conference report on the bill was adopted. Mr. Dalzell of Pean.ylvanla pn-sentPd th..report of the committee on elections vs. Mr. Bland of Missouri thea offered ki resolution_to take up the .liver bill. Mr Mi-Kioley of Ohio made the point o orter that the motion waa not chat the only way to reach the B, little and ie understood his wish naturally come up, It table, (not passing npOD the matter .t their What the chair purposed to do was that when the WU orits hiatua, whatever it miKht be, was it should be brought before th. But not swm thi" was Si onto- a" alone were Mr. BUnd asked whether the bill would Ju the niorniDK. The speaker declined to decide that question onMl the proper time Mr. MeCwuaa of Marj-land demanded the ragular order. order read ing olerk. Mr Springer of Illinois wished to know when the chair Blight be e.pected to de- cide waere the Mil waa. The the bill would be IB order, previdtag that the views of tae other side were correct, about which the chair presents BO opinion, because he does not thiuk it is the proper tinV A- vi- Bland and Mr. r_ on a specific ruling the speaker finally ruled that Mr. Blaud's resolution to proceed to consider attention of the liver bill; was not In order under the Mr. Bland appealed from the decision. MT WcKinley moved to lay the appeal on the table. The yeas and nays were ordered, pend- CrUp of moved mat the house aijourn This ajBtlon was defeated, but the honr of 5 o clock had arrived, and the house under the rule, recess.uetil 8 o'clock' the evtning session to be for pension biiu' ICalcht aad At 1 0 1 o 0-4 n, Phl'ladelphlaia. and and Holbert. At KIH.4. A DISAPPOINTED CROWD. THEY ASSEMBLE TO LI8TEN TO SLY AND GOMPERS. NO 109 dem TH newt an ill staM cn.j( Ta tittle Giant of th. American F..1- eratlon of Labor Full, to fat In an Appearance, and Tf.rr.-nc. Has Field to Himself-4 Bitter Arraign. PowderlyBiid (Junipers attract crowd to the Cooprr Union ju unable to gala e o o o o o o- and Brennan; Kilrov an Uajptree-Prlaoe aad Matthews. gaae pos poned en aecoant of rain. RATIONAL AtOlBoinnntl- o i a e 9 n-. --------------.1 s, BotfToa 8. i. Romou I. At Cleveland- n o o o o o l Brooklyn............0 0 1 9 6 1 3 0 a_l Base hits-Cleveland Braoklyn 18. Brooklyn Lynch, At ...OOV00101 2 10, Plttaburg 7. Errors- PhiUdelphia t, PKfburg iokery and Baksr and Umpire -Powers. AMSH1CAN ASSOTIATtOH At 0 a 0 1 9 Basehlta-Tuledola.LonlsTiUfS Toledo 0, Louisville a and and At Rochester- 00000000-2 hits- Rochester 9. Brooklyn 4 i, BriHiklynT. the It out of the The OriaTInitl h-MlOA Kill W..J _._ f_ l> B. VARY A CO.. 7 Lion lUnlware.While Pamter't. Huntirk Printing Company. 5 an.l 10 E. IIOLDKNHAUEB. "r. 1 him anil Buffalo Su in Unrl.le. A co, IV 7 anil Kaat Front HUMI. Whisky. Wiaes. Bran.liea. -l Store tor Family Use, virectiOB thev have an opportunity to vote ftlrpctlv J vm it came said the H M'KAT. I.IOQ street Dear the b, .Uy week Central Ave. 1 'I' C. JON EH, I S K. Third cor. ATt-BES, JEWKI.BT. :Buy tne Aurora Railroad Watch. Keuamng a specialty. Frank F. ytapl. si E. Third st. Merchant Tailor. 16 central Avennr RE WARD I t will paj the above re war. I for any cafc- I a u I'jspepaia, Sick Heaflacbe by HOfROC's PMAKMAcVrO N. t" II from the coinage committee it could do so by proceed iug under the rules Mr longer maintaiued, against the protest of Mr Crisp of Georgia, that the bill wj actually before his commit- Wid there were not twenty-five men under the Cauitnl In disregard of the law democratic applause Mr Butterworth's further remarks were b, crie, from the M Win, ran of the IN THE 8ESATE. WASHIKOTO.V, June ai.-The postoMce consular appro- priation bills were reported to the senate yesterday. Several disputes occurred over small amendments, Mr. Plumb using one of them as the text for the denunciation of the extravagance of the senate in the mat- ter of its own eniploves. Finally the bill WR, reported to the sen- ate and the amendments made In commit- tee of the whole were agreed to. Attempts to increase salaries of the cemmissiener of Indian affairs and the commissioner of education were referred Mr. Stewart offered an amendment to strikeout the item for the executive offi. cer of the geological survey, aud spoke of tae survey as a fungus that had grown but on appropriation Mr. Dawes reminded bin that the whole army had grewa up on appropriation bills, and that the weather bureau had grown up from aa appropriation of lis.mx) to its pramt Magnitude, cesting over a million a year. "And it mlaleads us every day as to the put in Mr Edmunds. !Vfr Stewart weat un to denounce the geological survey as being ef 110 practical -Mr. Dawes replied to Mr. Stewart and i ixplained the operations of the Mirvey and 'Tie importance of its work. Mr. Edmunds-What has it accom- plished during the past yearf Mr Dawes replied that it had been en- in a geological survey of the United and asking geological mnps Mr IiwBlN he knew uothmir about details and mivnaaement of the geolog- ical survey It might be that there were too many- persoM employed ou it, but he BO hesitation In saying that mi- no bureau ef the government that had more cordiajlfujpproved itself to ther-om- mortsense aad intelligence of all people were'its operatfcna were known. The wa- continued hy Sena ore Teller, Stewart, Platt Call, Heagan and Uanuan. Mr. of "the wily arfV of Maj. Powsll, aad that he had snper- eded men as siapf to as he was o the common laboring maa. rUfen-nce been made to news- paper interview in which Maj. Powell spoke disrespectfully of Mr. Stewart, and of the influence which inspired his oppo- sition, Mr. Gorman said that the news- paper press would misrepresent any one A larje part of the press did not believe that there was an honest man in the legis- lative or the executive branch of the gov- ernmbnt. Re paid no to what the press said of Maj. Powell or of aay Powell had made the statement alluded ro. He was not his defender, and had no interest m him, except that he believed Offic efficient and honest public At the close of the discussion the amendment was withdrawn by Mr Stew- art. The bill was then passed At Philadelphia- Syracu.. 4 1 1 o 0 0 0 t J Base atu- Athletic 7, Hyracme 12. 5. Myraciue 4. Powderly said he ri- me prospect of g. on the platform at Mj "A Hl-NT -'NIK RABLET. VSIE BERRV. Al A RfDOLPB. VA PBENTISS. CV KRIS WHITE. i lessJ aud Hia team Thw family seughi B wenty houses Wa chairma the first ex themeetiug. aamelj it the Knights of n wt wj wuc 4.cl of I.Hbor. he Introduced Mr. Pow th shed letter he -------the platform wu the board, after con ing the letter, had decided that Tied hundreds of most beyond recoijt 1' P cycloue was terrif Jfs path but the bs The width of the st ne lot ladle.- pure Mlk "Hill's fiiury Kliiusps lest fancy Talilo Oil W' 75c- Umlerwear........... Me 85c 48c PECIAL, W ANNOUNCE annotinfintr f hut of the Mr. Powderly then read shomng that th- knight, w th" Pn..cp I they fixed 1, 1W.HI, ;l.s Uje (j.ly jt wan of Umplre-Emslie. NtW YORK STATE r.IAOITi. ,-----r.uls lacauv n At s. J-Jta-n in At _TroVi 4. John8tow ul u pd and w P At Albany-Albany. 13; L'tica.9. hnf.l rf Trottln, Blnghamt.n. ha were la attendance at the ton dnvmg park- yesterday to witne the closing of the manes are as class, purse HOD: Burt Sheldon.. Ella Rosebud Bacepkulus s Harry Cardinal. Alkali class, purse ffB.s MlllleB Lady Blohanl- William Htnry Liarowitch Air. kB LadyPatrhea ClaremonT A PoatmirttreM June 31 e senate the 'ornin o a met. He accuws .Mr. Powderlv of and double-dealer cUiuiiutc Knights of it the faliTRtion ie sp. j t. ]itf sK-ESSKjsaaK th'U a" wnrk- to rnsiKn would CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Mas just u 0, Races at .St. Louis. ST. Locts, June 21 races resulted as follows: First race. 1 mile: Hocksey first, Mike Bell third, time the Directore' handicap for i second, Ethel Gray Mrne! Third race, the Granite MouBtain Min ing company handicap, miles: Fourth race. Ellia Wainwriirl for 8-year-oldi. mile- Eli Crete seuond. Mary K. third; timt-i ii Fifth nice. Adoiphm Beach nurj. l i Vr mile3: Blarneystoue, Jr., first. ('arneeie second. May Hardy third, time, l Ml bill from the sinker's table Thun- day while the question was under dis- cussion and KlveB it to the clerk of hw committee Tin. looked like a conspiracy to obtain physical possession of the bill aald the bill had been'de- hvered to his olerk before 11 o'clock Thure- day morning. Uter It had been put ol the jour- make some Strthin, Brakemen Return to Work. PtiTTSBCHo, June ai.-The strike of the brakemen on the Virgtnia and Charleston railroad They have accepted the terms offered by the The wage, ,ur day men Ue ,0 and for night men The men run nlng between McKeesport and vUle are to receive tl.w per day went to work aa soon as the won them of the settlement and took trains. Bay SHEEPEHBAD BAT, JUUP 2l.-The results of yesterday's races follow- First race. mile: Tipstaff first, Geral- dlne aecond, Tanner third: time, Mu 1-5. Second race, the stakes, for a year-olds, mile: first Chat ham second. Eclipse third, time. MS 2-3 Third race, mile: Sir.John first, Maj Daly second, DruiuVssthirrt: time. l 2-5 Fourth race, miles: Tea Tray first Sir DixoB second, Adamant third, time' day morning. Later It hi temporarily in rnnmliiL BwmU kte to HoCMavr t KaartMkyolaUned that NEW YORK, jnne ai._The Adams EJC- era from placing a corporation tax 000 upon Us capital The co claim, that it is not a corporatioa bat a partrership concern, and It is not liable to "ie tax. No decision has bem, reached. BREAK? 'ARE CALLED RIGHT ONES PEARL TOP by ifn AND ARE Fifth race, miles. Oalllfet first Montague second. Badge third; tVme tws. Sixth race, 1 5-16 miles: Vengear first St. Luke second, Sorrento third; time, Ck'eaBo Races. CHICAGO, June gl.-The races at West Side park yesterday resulted as follow" race, mile: Catharine B Donovan second, Reservethird; time i-ia' Second race, H mile: Tom Mockiu'lirst' 8eCODd' Rush New York Prodi. New VORK, June 81. quiet but Fine (frade? wintpr wheat. Spritiif do "jt- i losed qaiet. Spot sales of >o. i, mlicd Juae. do uUS-> do and Jnlv ,L. STILL INJTHE DARK. Th. Fate of Mlnm Vrt a 8l was the only maje to tlia question. -When do you h.jn. o reach the imprisoned Every th" the the' rZ "iiu.ire struffffMntf i'ndan opeainK into the Hll they hoped to fln.l tl, nifn n" heard fr.m ,t any All reports that the ren-uer, hav? from the unfortunates have been with" foundation and sensational, hopex fur the best. Many have deuce that the men wili but the conditions are .stronifl apowMIityandthfchane, aiv ID tA l the men. prices that will nav Ce A. SNOW CO, OPI.O.IU, a C. )W f, aOAMJKLDilHNOIBSON Buffalo, AMKKIPAM )L> Main Street. SECOND TO NONE in: -Second to one." Wo wind to ho i in your service. Try us and We wish to impress oar t-of town in viftw of oscrt in the tariff and e month of Jt.ne will be montl, for then, u> rc Ulan tlle in otir store. prices must go gams saloons Wasl, fal.rioH of all l er suit. nen's blue angola shirts aad Jer8ey Te8U M low I0c- Ladies' balbriggan vests witb lace trimming, only i5c., Worth av ltce Good CTade .Jersey A Sanrtlmnniuu, STBAn-sE. N. V.. .fune 21.-Nicholas H one of th Bafnila Provi.ion Mark.t. BL-ITALO, Jn B out only twenty miniurs. Tin- ier, 14 ypKn old, whom of the orphan any him Oswngo last Jan nary. The principal witness asainst him wns Znila Voting, another yuung Kirj whom he adopted from an asylum four years ago and for assaulting whom No. 2 track. riater wheat- o. 3 white, 88c on Kith ureat ilfal of interest, owing to Bet siuger's prominence a.-, a church roemlx-i an active Prohibitionist. The of the court will be c on track. The SiTllehmen-. Strlko Vlrtnall, Ovor CLEVtLASD, June 21.-A11 striking switchmen except those formerly employed by the Valley, Nickel Plate, Cleveland I Canton and Cleveland and w'eT'lan" We have the largest assort- iient of Patent Leather n plain and light-colored Jand and machine sewed. We arry a complete line of NET- fLKTON'H Fine Shoes. If ou want a nice-fitting and t) Jiwli .shoe, try a pair of this take. You will like them. Our GENTS' S-'i.OO Calf !ioe in Button and Congress, broad, medium or narrow e, the best .shoe for the oney that has ever been of- red to any trade. Come and examine them i yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213JCentre Street Silk all colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably ad- the tariff fs Prices are much below even rurren, Prices, and we are selljog Baf d O'Oyleys, etc at rai-L' t New stvlt-s in parasols. New stylen in Cloves. New ttylcs in liosicry. HcadrjiiHrters in iiuiTil.! U1JIMIJ and upholstering fabria. Importer, MAIN 8T, BCrPAlVO, W. Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, S.lvrware, etc MAIM KTKKET, BUFFALO. N V. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures INFAVSPAPERf NE WSPAPERf
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