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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 26, 1890, Dunkirk, New York DUNKIRK N. Y. THURSDAY. JUNE 26, 1890. NO 113 REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A he Mechanical Pepartmen il and ____ Wood Yaid.TW toueited.______________ oabies. CKOCKKRT SW Central Avenue. and retail dealer in Imported and China. I-, S35 and 337 Lion ulreet. 1ITT BAfWBK 8BUP ,..k. Center and Third streett. A foreign and Domcatic 330 tenter street, l intcrlering Shoeing .1 trotting horses a speuialtv. i UN It I UK KVENINW OUSERVEK. Largest Daily in tbe C'onnty. AD unequalled advertising medium. _ stNUINKKKLNO COMPANY, J Formerly Sollew Manufacturers of Engines. Boilers. Pulleys iBgers. etc. Fovgii J Machine Work lo order. 801KT CO, and MB Manulactuwrs of Uie oiothinc and dr; V. TOOMKY, 1) 434 and 438 Mon street. Thaler la flour. Food, .-all. Baled llay. I Union EHIB UOTKL and inning Saloon, n Depot. Kaay access to an trains aud i ha. Bert accommodations for Com- Bert accommodati .orcial Fine Furniture. Cabinet Ware and Up aolstcring. Picture Frames made to order. TO D. MATTICaON ft CO., JO! Ventral Fashion and Gentlemen JJutflUers Ti AKaUJ. STlttAHi HBAT1NO annlacturera ol Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specially. fl OMK 8TBAM IVAVKOHS. Our stiecialties: Fine Shirts, lOc; Oollar io-Cnffi, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deli A W. Cummir.gs.ai7 OenUir street. 1 f H. OCUM. E. Third il. cor. ol Buffalo aUnoln jtorer aud dealer in Finn BooU a Shoes I people upon tbe government reaerrav- at Fortress Monroe. CONGRESSIONAL WORK. MR INGALLS CREATES A LITTUT. STIR IN THE SENATE. Chariot Hraatar Call WJth Falsifying Record, bnt Afterwards Modifies Bis Call Accuses the ganator from Kansas of Slander and In House. WASHINGTON, .Tnne The senate yes- irday amended and paused bonne joint evolution authorizing the use of a govern- ment pier In Chicago. The following bills were taken from alrndar and passed: House bill Increasing ay limit of cost of a public minding at Springfield, Mo.; house bill authorizing the erection of a hotel for col- red Ion at Mr. Call rose to address the senate on be subject of heretofore of- ered by him (and reported back adversely rom the committee on foreign One authorising the president to open ue- [otiations with tbe Spanish government or the purpose of Inducing that govern- ment to consent to the establishment of a free and Independent republic In Cuba; and the other in relation to the German ownership of a large proportion of tbe bonded debt of Cuba. While the second resolution being read Mr. Sherman moved that tha doors to closed. The motion was seconded by Mr. Ed- munds nnd tbe doors were ordered to be cloned. Mr. Call being thua cut off In his desire to make a speech before tna publlo, said he would withdraw the resolutions; but the order to close tbe doors wax Insisted upon by MeHsra. Sherman and Edmunds, aud was carried Into execution. At p. m. tbe doors re-opened and tha senate took up the house bill for the admission of Wyoming Into the Union as a state. The bill was laid aside temporarily aid Mr. Ingalls offered a resolution Instruct- ing the committee on privileges and elec- tions to Inquire into the publication tn the congressional record of the day of a per- sonal explanation by Mr. Call, and to re- port whether it Is In accordance with tbe rules, regulations and practice of the senate; and directing that such jvrsonal explanation be wlthhald from the per- manent edition of The Record until further order of the senate. Mr. Call said that he didn't think that the resolution should he adopted. There was no possible ground or reaaon for it and no excuse for It. He had asked the leave of the senate on June a last to print extracts from the record in vindication of tils career ID seuate, In response to a pamphet, attack- si. Books. Stationery, Musical In- 'ndMtyerythirg pertaining to a cUus book store Schoo. books a specialty. JOB PJUNT1NG oi every ilemirlplion and at lowed living by Dunkirk Printing Company. 8 and 10 B. Srcond St. JH. VAN BDREN SON, Fire, l.ile, General Insurious. Deal- ers in Beal Saiate anil Loans, raincular attention paid to (he care ol uroperl; collect- Center M.. 4ud ttoor._______ ONMOftVS PHAKMACT. :m Central Avenue lor Wall Paper Pa.at lf, PBRKTNS, J. W., am Center street, slanniactnrer aud dealer in llarneea. Ssilulea, Bridles, Buffalo Kolws, Horse Covers Gloten Mittens and MBiKhjtolies. I I 17 Bast Third street. Tailor. Gentlemen will nnd It lo Ineir advantage to call on me tiefore purt'hamng elsewhere. 1> B. VABT CO.. f. 83S Lion street. Hardware.While Lead.Oils.Puinter'B Bupviies, Oil Cloths. Gratite Ware. A special- ly ofSnenrit Williams PC aland Monroe range. K ULl.SO. such aa blank-books, ledgera, and all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, and 10 B. Second St. HDDULPH MOaVPBNHACKR, Cor. Third and Buffalo Dealer in Granite, Marble, >'mggmg and Building Stone. Call on ma lieiore buying your aide-walk. ISLST CO., 7 an. I 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies, lateral Liquor Store lor Family CM. TlOHKKT M'KAV, IrL lion street, near tbe depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Liver; Stable. Stabling by Hie da; or week on rvusm-.abit _ 1 AM J. tmit, 801 Central Ave. (Uj. luimianreaiul Kenl Kslau tent. Vire, Life, Auuident, ami Live slock insurance. Prompt attention (riven 10 buying Md selling Heal tsule. C. JONES, I 75 E. Third St.. oor. Ueei. Exoeuuor Heat Market. Freeh, Sail an. bmoked Meats, Lanl, Sausageu, Ujaloit, an Poultry. W ATCBKH, JEWIXRf, "BUT the Aurora Kailroatl Wutcb. Bepairing a specialty. toak 88K. Thini st. Merchant Tailor, 316 Central Avenue REWARD! will pay IM above lor an; ol Liver Complaint. O) spepaia. Sick lleadaclMi l or CcaUveneas W( canuotcure witb Weal's Vegetable Lirer Fills. tbe Uirecuoi.8 are stcictly complied witb. l; Vegetabte, aad never toll IV five sanction, sugar toahxl. Urj-ehoxw. e nnicl nctio eoutaiiuilK 30 Pills. anil imiutuoua. lug him; and that waa all that he liud done. The libel which lie had been replying to bad contained a statement of bills which he InlroUnCed ID senate and which had not become law. At his leisure he had prepared a statement in his own vindica- tion and had .submitted it to a member of thecouimiltve on printing (Mr Gorman) on whose judgment he relied and who had informed him tilers was no Impro- priety whatever iu having it published. That WHS the whole HtHtement of the case and where, he uuked, thereany breach of privilege in Itr Mr. seuater from Florida haa. In my judgment, not only grossly viohirnl and abused the privileges of the senate, but he has deliberately falslHtd the record of what occurred on the day when the transaction took place. Mr. call tho senator from Kaunas to order. Mr. withdraw the observation. Mr. It parliamentary, Mr. President, for a senator to up and de- nounce another senator on this floor oi having been guilty of an infamous crime? Mr. withdraw the obnerva- ion and tny that the senator from Florida hanged The Record. So far as that is a modification or change I make it. Mr. bejr tliat the senator from may nllovrert to proceed wtab- it interruption, mul not In order to say whatever he desires to say on this subject. Mr. senator from Klorida is not entirely the judge iu this matter. I lilnk it ia due to the dignity of this body hut such mid charges as have eycapad the seuiilor from Kansas which I am glad he has withdrawn) shall be allowed to go on The Record with- out the attention of the senate being nilled to it. Mr. withdraw the assertion hat the senator from Florida falsified Hie Hecord and I suy that hechaiitced The Record without leave of the seuate. The senator from Florida asked leave on tbe of June to Insert certain portions of 1'he Congressional Record and certain let- and statements as an appendix to his remarks. In the publication this morn- ug the words: "Asan appendix" nrestruck lained if the senator from Florida had not seen fit In his own attempted vlodlca- ;ion to prepare what he calls a tabulated abstract which he haa inserted here, ia which he compares tlie relative services of members of this-body will) his own, and n mnuy to their detriment. I have no hesitation in saying that the table ii ucorrect in many important particulars. Hi) has the trouble to make a hla- ry of my conduct during tlie fiftieth congress, showing that I hud introduced 'orty-four bills, of which one pension bill became a law and two all reference to tbe fact that throughout the whole of that congress I was the pre- siding officer of this body. I insist that the senator from Florida hain't done what he obtained leave to do; that Is, to insert extracts from thb record letters and other statements in vindication of his own course as an appendix to bis remarks., Further, I insist that he has mutilated the record of wbftt occurred on that day by striking out the Mtatement that he was allowed to print sucb extracts as an ap pendix. The senator from Florida Is uol alone iu being aspersed and assailed by personal enemies; and it Is a very pernlci ous precedent for a senator to arise here and make a few disconnected and inco- herent observations, ask leave to print as an appendix certain statements In bis de- fense, and then make The Congrexsiona Record the conduit through which pel soual asjwrsions are to be answered at th expense of the record of hia associates. The discussion was farther participate! in by Messrs. Hoar, Gorman, Manderson and Call. The latter retorted on Mr. la galls by pointing out uhow small the man bow bitter the malevolence, how mean th character that could find in such circum stances tbe willingness to accuse anothe of falsifying Tha Record." treat eu uy "I should deuiuml of him sliow ef a man and not the cowardice of a slanderer." Mr. Oullom called for regular order of business. The resolution went over without action and the senate proceeded with the bill for the admission of Wyoming as a state. Mr. Platt, of th'j bill, submit- ted the ctuimittee's repor.i as an argu- ment in of its passage. Mr. Vest op- posed the bill on the ground that the population of the territory didn't warrant its admission, and because the constitution gave aliens the right to hold land and contained u woman's suf- frage clause. Mr. Platt replied to Mr. Vest and then at p. m. the senate ad- journed. ________ IN THK I1OCSE. WASHINGTON, June honse yes- terday adopted the conference report on the naval Appropriation bill. OD motion of Mr. Conger of Iowa debate on the silver bill was extended from 2 un- til 8 o'clock. Mr, Mone of MassHchvise.Ui addressed the tn support of the house bill and in opposition to the senate amendments. He regarded the senate bill as a new out- break of the flat money or greenback craze which had swept over the country soma years ago. Mr. McAdoo of New Jersey announced that he WOK not IB favor of free coinage: bnt he could not bring himself to point of supporting the secretary of the treasury's proposition to make silver a commodity. Mr. Peters of Kansas believed that the demonetization of stiver In 1878 was wrong and that the mistake should be corrected now. He had voted recently to sustain the speaker beoatise he believed the speaker was riRht, but be "was now con- frontal with Mie question whether he would vote for frets coinage or for non-con cuiTi'iirr in the .smmte amendments. He didn't tliluk he would be justified in de- clining to vote for free coinage. Mr. Taylor of Illinois opposed the sen ate bill and charged that It waa betna; pushed by the most disgraceful lobby ever 1n the Hardly a corner outoide of the liali of the house could be turned without running into some of them. He wax for a measure that would bring the two metals together at the shortest pos- sible time, ana that would take the whole product of this country. It seemed to him that the house bill should satisfy the silver men. That bill had already raised their product from (W to 104. Mr Heard of do you know It was not the senate bill which did that? Mr. don't suppose there is any man insane enough to suppose we will have free coinage In this country. Mr. large majority of the sen- ate seemed to think MO. Mr. Citleheon of Michigan anid he would vote to nnn-roncur. He believed the bill could ami would be improved in confer- ence. Under free coinage the value of every workwoman's wages would be scaled down. Thn only people who would benoflttcd would be the big corpora- tions, who could pay off in depreciated currency DKLAMATEK. GEI'S TiiMK. UNANIMOUSLY NOMINATED FOR GOV- ERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA. Fannon? ittiti Good Through out of the President Hnrrinon, tary BUlne natl Kuloglzrd. The Platform. HAKKISBUKO, Pa., .Tune The Repub- lican slate convention was called to order at 10.30 yesterday morning by Chairman Andrews. Walter Lyon of Allegheny was elected permanent chairman. After nome routine business the tiou took a recess for an hour. It was abutit y.30 o'clock when the con- vention witH railed to order again as Chairman rapped for order he Gilbert, chairman of the committee on resolutions, who read the platform, and it was unani- mously adopted; THK PLATFORM. Once more th? Republicans of the rommon- wealth oflViuisylvaiiia In convention RBbem- blvd tjciul greetings to party brotbren throughout the nation, and eon irrat- ulntp them anil toi v won tn 188H b> the purity of the Republican prin- cipUuHiid patriotism of Republlfaa citi- xenwliip. For of oiirnationalronimHtpe, Mr Quay, we a setist- fur hjhnikloLlewsprvieeH In the Iswt tin) campaign and commend beiirintf the winch his anrLMifiiMfiuler- 1'iip of our paHy IJHS purobftsfd for him. AB of Kt-nprul wwinnly, I m-rrl 1117 ol' pommnnwHalth nuder two inuw, Hft stntc by tho ovu'wljplraiiiti IVllow- and iv- a sf nut or of hr> won ami rptalns our and oonfi- Afr. Williams of Illinois charged that had sent IUPI. heir threaten- ing A veto U afret! was passed. Messrs. B.-iyiiH Dinl l! roams of Peunnyl- vanin opiHM'rt the bill. Mr. McTs'iiilt-y in dosing the debate said that tlitt fjuestlou of day was whether the financial system of the country should be ovprturnrd. HP "ouposed the senate because he both gold and wanted thorn to be par and legal tender lu kpeulug with the sympathy and the duty party we ina.kw following declara- tion uf prin uhcn we declare that Alnftticivn American man- receive national protection, anc requtftt of tlie govfti'nnit'nt strictest enfoivemenl of the laws forbidding entrance tntownd employment in this enTintry of [mupor and contiact laborers of toleiyn na- tions. upon c of pftwingsnt U anil imiutuoua. Tbe reauiue maun- laouredonly by JOHN C. WKgT JkCO. SJld by alonaoa's PHABSUOT. u kiTk. k. T. and silver used, equal iu purclm quality. The hour of 3 o'clock arrived and tbe speaker declared the previous question or- dered. On motion of Mr. Springer a separate vote WHS taken on the ijiic.stion of Hubsti- tuting for the flrst section of the house bill tlie first section of tlie senate bill which provides for (tec The senate amendment -VVHS as vo i The following Republicans voted In avor of fi-ee coinage: Messra. Bfirtine, Barter, Coiinel, Hifford, Herniuun, rforrow, IVtrrs, Post, Rruilh Turner VVilllamii Ander Owen Wade, Tbe folluwiug Democrats voted with the tepnbllcnns to non-conctir: Messrs. An- rew, BncliHlew. Cuiiipbeli, Clancy, Cov- ert, Dunpliy, Daruiin, Flower, Geissen- laiuer. Maish, McAdon, Mulchler, O'Neill (jiiiun, Spinola, Tracy, Turner N. VHUX, Wiley, Wilcox. Rusk, All of the other amendments were dis- agreed, to as n puny vole being taken only >n the fourth. On mution of Mr. Conger it was ordered lint a conference committee be The conference on Iliu diplomat iODMllfir appropriation was presented aad igreeil to. Mr. Cannon, from lln> oominittee on rules, reported an order providiniz that the use consider the tiHiiniiiil election bill {inning with the passive of the silver >ill, the previous question tobp ordered at .lulj a, tliut <liinng the lays aim i.dmuntu may bu offered in the louse wiiii iK'liate under the Hve-minoU rule; this rule not to interfere with apj prourintiou lulls. Mr. Sjirineur moved to adjourn. It was agreed lo tilluw forty minutes' debute, and Ir. Springer withdrew his motion. Mr McMillan attacked the lull charging ,lmt those ulio pressed were tired of being elected by the people and wanted to be elected by tbe government. Mr. Blount of Georgia said the propo- sitions In the bill monstrous ana de- grading. During a controversy with Mr. McMil- lan Mr. Cannon said that the election law was now In operation in New York city. Messrs. Flower, Belden and Cummlngs tried to reply, and there was much confu- sion. Tbe speaker Anally restored order and Mr. Cannon saSd that this only pro- posed to extend a law which had been on the statute for twenty years. Mr. O'Neill of Indiana intimated that there had been fraud in Mr. Cannon's dis- trict and Isked if the bill would prevent the buying of votes there. Mr. Cannon re- jhlned, denying the charge, and saying that the gentleman demonstrated to the country that lie was careless in his accu- sations aud his tongue was but a slander to any man on OT off tbe floor. Mr. O'Neill attempted to reply against the speaker's gavel, and it was necessary finally for the scrgeant-at-arms to bring forward the great mace to restore order. A motion of Mr Springer to tablo resolution was 116; nays, 183 Mr. Colema.il of Louisiana voting with Democrats. Tha resolution of. the com mittee on rules vras then Agreed to. After arranging to meet at 11 o'clock lions the Immediate neces- ation as will prevent tin; Importation and '-ale of oleomargarine anduf intoxicating liquors in tlds common weal tti, eon t rn i in onr actn of assembly refru lalintf and r uit; the humc aud evprv stale tn enforce its local law rel.it 111) thereto In the manner, and In accordance with Intent and purpose with which they we enacted. Ballot reform Is, and will remain the watch word of party IH every state, and we es- pecially conifrat'diitc onr political brethren in New York upon the fait that, although the Democratic governor could defnrm, lie could aot wholly defi'iit their ctroi-tH to secure a free ballot for every American voter throughout their state. We cbarfie the members 'if the next general assembly with the duty to such laws Mild, if netcssity should to provide for sm h changes in the constitution of onrstate as will InBilre to every voter perfect secrecy and free- dom in exer< his i ttfht of For almost thirty years the finances of Ibis itatf has been under the ronlrol of our party. DniinR thai time devised a system of tax- ing corporations h serves as a imttei n for anrt ha- been a- a KnHe by many sister ntHtHs IH th.'ir ett-irls to collect revenue for public purpn-es. bint paid off Hie debt which the Demo- cratic ot tills stale creaH'ddurillK atilne of pence: have almost the debl wbn-h tlif IK'innl-r.itlc partyof tlie South- ern states infill ted upon us during the civil war, and we lifted from the lands and homes of all onr frllow citizens the bur- dens of taxation. Thu under which our ajji icttltural uov Miff' li.is made the present sjs- teio of taxation bf in- loo heavily upon them, and we therefore to lighten that burden and, OH tar as possible, lo equalize taxation. To that end we rfcumtnend that the surplus revenue derived from state taxation be used to lessen the taxation now laid upon real estate for local purposes, hy applying it no far aa it will with legislative wisdom (vvail, to the Im.reuse of tlie appropriation for tho common schools, aud to making t for tlie faiu of tbe indigent in-line, tor the ex- .he jury ay stem ami uf Uaklmg the lec-tion" If, thereoj, there should be neeesMlv furpn- lai'Ki'iK oui plus revenue, we !i just and in'-reade in tbe taxation ot prop- t; local system of tax- permit thu taxation 1 purposes siwh an icul KulhoritieH to re- upon real estate trty of corporations We recommend that Hi atiou be so reformed as li if money capital for lo a1' lender him the conyrfctn .ml mania of the Repjhlicaa parly of fsnn- jlvania. onr (fruttllcalion with administration of (roveraor Jamen S. rrr and conirratulattt him upon the fact hat bis has fceen marked hy wisdom, ntegrrity and that devotion to the welfare of all Ihf people which will entitle him to the es- andgratftitiUof thsoitlznusof the state The chairman announced 4fter the plat- hail been adopted that the placing if candidates in nomination for governor was the next in order. On motion of Mr. Graham of Philadelphia it was decided ,hat fifteen minutes should be the limit 'or placing candidates in nomination and five minutes for seconding nomination. Col John ,1. Carter of Erie in an elo- qneut speech then nominated Senator Dulnmatur for governor. He briefly re- 'erred to tbe many eminent men that Pennsylvania had produced, and said: We meet to-day as Peunsylvanians, and will deal with matters concerning this commonwealth as become men aud cit- izens of a great state. The Republicans of the uorthvwst have not commissioned me to detract from the merits ot any gen- tleman claiming the (nlTrages of these but 1 place before you the name of one who lias done the state some servlco and who is oot altogether unknown in the oft he nation He hails from ths northwest. He is a trim and tried friend of Amcrican industries; a typical Amer- ican who loves freedom and hates oppres- sion and misery under whatever guise they appea-. Such a man is George Wallace whose name I have Mie houor to preseut for the consideration uf this convention, as the chief executive of this great Republican commonwealth." The convention then broke Into the wildest cheers, flags were waved and the utmost, enthusiasm prevailed. C. Stuart Patterson seconded the nomination of Senator Delamater In a brief speech. Adjutant, (lertcral Hastings was nomi- nated by nporgr W. Oriady Iu the follow- ing speech: "Ontral Pennsylvania pre- sents for the next governor of this state a ttiwu whose election is assured by majority, who represents no faction, who is tlir undisputed owner of bis own man- hood, who comes from the common people who will receive the cordial and zeal- ous support of the whole rank and file ot the Republican army of progress. This convention, unprecedented iu the char- acter of its cuniltdrttes, Its carefully se- lected delegates and its audience with au almost vote cast at the primary elect long. us weigh well and decide carefully. Tbe candidate in a man has the full party streogh of every elec- tion district in the commonwealth. After reviewing Gen. Hastings' career from the timo of his birth to the terrible days that followed the disaster at Johnston, Mr. Oriady concluded us follows: ''1 nominate for your consideration a man whose election N sure regardless of whom the opposition may nominate, whose eaitijwiKn will begin and continue affensive and whose public life has alien- ated no member or class of the party, I nominate next governor of Pennsyl- vania'Daniel Hartman Hastings." Whan the speaker mentioned Hastings'name the ronvrntion cheered ngiiln and again, and the chairman restored order only after much pounding of the gavel. I. t'cr of Delaware county seconded Hastings' nomination. W. K. Kice nominated Secretary of State Charles Stone for governor. sajd: "There 1ms never been an hour in the his- tory of the Republican party when there sxisted mure cogent reasons why men should be Republicans than at the assem- bling of this convention." After eulogizing President Harrison, ary Hlaine, Senator ingalls and ipeaker Kccd for their course in public Ifairs, Mr. Rice continued, "We are here 0 satisfy no man's ambition, but honestly nd patriotically to select him who, in our nriprncnt, is best Htfcd to discharge the nnsihilittes of this position. I nomi- icte Charles Stone, and on every farm, at every forjie, at every hcach, in every ninr, (no nomlnutinn will be ratified." William Jtrnvvu of McKean seconded Mr. SUmi'S nomination. He said: "Itjla hot day. tint it will be cold between now Find the and of November if we are not arc'ful whut we do to-day." He said that Stone could carry t he state by ma- nrity, no mutter who was put up by the The. party would have an life-luHUed man, not a wounded man, vtth him as the leader. Kmersoii ('nllinsof 1 C Mtt'ormirk Balloting then began. rhe first ballot stood: Delamater, 83; lasting, fiU; 30; Stone, 15 Khorne, 8; McCormick. 3. The second mllnt was: Delatnater, 90; Hastings, 61; Montooth, !20; Stone, 16; Osborne, 5; Mc- ,nick, 3. Hefore result waa an- nounced ficarge S. Graham of Philadel- >hia begun the stampede to DHamater by i'is vote from Hastings. Others 'ol lowed his example, and the vote as ally announced was: Delamater, 105; 59; Montooth, 19; Stone, 15; rWxirne, 4; McC'ormick, a. William Flinn of Allegheny county moved to make Delarnater's nomination unanimous. The motion was carried. On Mr. Flinn's motion flio convention took a recess until evening In the evening session Louis A. Waters was nominated for lieutenant governor aud Thomas Stewart, was renominated for secretary of internal affairs. W. H. Andrews was re-elected chairman of the c committee. SALViTOR WINS AGAIN. THE GAME SON OF PRINCE CHARLEY DEFEATS TENNY. Another Blrh far of Syburban tha Rcwrd by a Second Tenny Giles Him at CloM Brush at the Flnlsb. NEW TORI, Salvator won the match to-day and made a uaw record (or a mile and a quarter. Orer lA.OW peo- ple went down to Sheepshean Day race track to net the coatast between Salvator and Tenny. It wai one ot the grandest ever aeea on an American race owine. There was BO delay at the pout aad they were sent away at SalvHtor took the lend the pace a very fart one. Passing Ae ataad Salrator was half a length In front ef Tenny, and thli lead he Increaaed to a length and a half en the upper turm. An they reached the far turn Salvator drew awny and leading by nearly thret lengths. Then Garrison commenced to um the whip, and Teuny closed up the gap Inch by Inch. At the last ilxteenth Tenny waa gain- ing fast on Salvator when Murphy brought his whip down twice on Salvator and managed te keep hU head In front wlnnliiK by about half a head. The frac- tional time of the race is (U follows: Quarter, X, 8-5; 1 mile, (equalling Tru Bioeclt's I mile and furlong, and IV THE BASEBALL FIELD. Ladies' Fancy Flannefette Blouse Waists, only 48c. Ladies' Fancy Cream Jersey Bloum Waints, only 50c. Lfu.es Fancy Kant Black Wawto, only 55c. Ladies Colors Fine Flannelette BlouseWaiste 25 Ladies' Very fiue BU.uw Waists, only 75c. Ladies' Fancy Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 55c. Boys' extra quality Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 48c. Hard wood Croqiiet Sets, nicely painted, balls and eight mallets, only 95c. Best Mexican Hammocks, heavy braided edges, full four- teen feet, worth only Very strong Picnic and Lunch Baskets, only 9c.( 14c., L8c. and 20c. Garden Rake and Shovel, only 22c. Adjustable Hammock Ropes, ISJJc. each. All kinds Mosqneto Fetting, only Gc. Ladies' best Summer Corsets, only 0- 1 IIIH (tt tlie public- institutions n-ffivi t-coiioniv in tlit'ii' ex- nyb htwtHe to uiorimtn i olii oi-riU-cr, unrt ;u .n t f liotliiw coin nu- 1 nl', 1 1 whether o rintj Uio ILS u an party n i -uch aft use of as cnru anil maintain w-s now in will, while money, most tainl) parity between twu We heat tily indoi-su Ibo ml ministration o rrenUloitt HanlKnu nul dec lure Unit wlw cnnrtei'vatisin, undnnhie I intetrrlty and its unqualilU'd ap provftl of the whole nation. We gratefully record tlie continued con ft deneeof the Republicans of Hennsj Ivania in the wisdom, in the and of the Hon J. Donnlrt Cameron, oui senior hen Itoi'at Washington, so emphatically manifest k'. in hi? pastservicep, so wt-cxpwt them as pos rtive assurance of ami em cjeucj hi the future. For tbe chairman of on naliunal committee, M. rt. we feel a last ing sf nee of gnttiturle for mat scrvfe In the last presidential as citizen a muialwr of the general ASHOiably.aj) secret ur of theronimnnweiilth two ssucressive atl minis trationti, treasurer, by thw overwhelm fellow cltlzene, ami as a sen ator of the United States he has won and re tainedour ami confidence. We com meml the conrsoof Thomas B. speakc of the national representatives, i each during this tliacuNion tbe house. I minfully preventing tbe obstruction of th Reiults of In Brother- hood, League and Association. PLAVFHB' LJEAQUE. At Buffalo- Huffalo.............0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 Philadelphia.........1 2000011 bits-Buffalo6, Krrora-Buffalo Philadelphia i. Batterles-Xecfe and Mack; Knell and Croaa. and Holbsrt. At Clcveland- Ctnveland............1 0040118 0-U Brooklyn........... 00008000-1 Bauc In, Brooklyn 10. Cleveland 1, Urnoklj n Batteries Hakely and Mraumir, Vau Hal- tren and Daily. Umpries and Leocli. At PlttBbnrs- PiUsburc...........0 9 2 I S I 0-11 NewVork...........B B B 0 3 1 0 0 Rasa bits- I'lttsbiira U, New York W. Errors PlttHburg New York 1. Mattel-let Maul anil Hurley; Uwluc, O'Day anil Vauuhn. I'mpires Knight and Jones. At Clilciga- Chicago..............S 0110400 Hoslou..............0 S 2 0 1 0 S 0 0- fla.se 12, Motion t. Boston 9. and Kurrell: Uumbert and Swett. aud (jaffney. NATIONAL i.EAOua. Otiicinnall ..........0 0 0 1 0 0 0 I S New hiise lilis Cincinnati It. New Vork 4. Krrnt'H i 'tuctnnaH 1. New Ynvk H. lotteries -Rhines and Harrington; Welch and llncklev. I'miiirc- Mcgnald. At I'lttnliurit- I'ltl.hnrir.............fl Hnsten.............0 0 2 0 0 fl 2 1 S-M Daae 13, Boston 13. Errors 1'itthburn J, Button S. aud Decker; Klohob and Bennett. Umpire- I'owers Cleveland...........U 0 1 0 0 0 0 Philadelphia........0 000191 BanaliiU -Cleveland 8, PhiladelBhla 10. Errors-Cleveland 4, Batterles-nealin and Zlmmer; Oleaaonand Clements. At Ohlcagn.............0 0 8 1 0 fl 3 0 Brooklyn.............0 0080100 Hafie bltw C'hicago 7, Brooklyn 6. Errors- Chicago 8, Brooklyn t. flatteries IlntchiDsoD and rmliers and Daly. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN VJ lOIMlAUT I'aUn.t AHi.rncyn, B157UI He nvenrinl. Trade MarkH Alt I'uUmt eondiichid for uiialeruU) Kens. Infurinntlon, and special relerencea sent on request. MONTH" can be made kttiK lor us. Person! lerreil who can furmsli lionic anrl tgivr ihi-irwliule lime to ihe busmesR. Spare moments may .ibly employed also. A few vacancies in towns .uul ones. K. F. JOHNSON CO., M lin St., Richmond, Va. A WJIF.WW wo F. K. I.yon o. Monroo, of Dunkirk, nnil F. H. ol Fredonm, have Jugt touurod thn sale of Dr. K. Miwr-nrlnmt'a Inilian IMIlH. A Dnwdy and positivn euro to sick nnd Nvrvoim Ilcailaclin, Female Wetik.n HH, IiuhgoHUun, and Ithcuma iu. Wo will refund thei price of tin- first tri I (Inn to iMinolll pur- chaser. ot lot prejudice Hllind in your light, but fro ut once aud purchase a box, one is auAUuenlUi test the merit ol Una valnnhle dis- covery. ily dnys troatmcnt for one dollar. Fifty nlll in each box. Price ono dollar per box. No o genuine without the alnn'it cut on each box. Howarr of worthless imilations. 0 ft- 1 0 E 0- I Car- at p. m. adjourned. "IP CHIMNEYS IGHT ONES auwT; TUC RIGHT ON ARE CALLED RE A R L T O P Mafo by GEO. A. MACBETH 4. co., PITTSBURGH AND ARE Ugrtfllation and the wnata ot public and WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. They Pall to Iteiieli an Agreement With NEW June committee of the Wholesale Uijuov Dealers appointed to confer with President Greenhnt of tlie ivhisky trust made their report to the full meeting yesterday. Three were submitted to tlio president of the trust by the commit- tee. The first was that the rebate of 5 cents per proof Kiillon be rescinded. This the trust declined To do. Second, thnt the price of siurits IK- made dependent on the price of corn us rated nt the Board of Trade ill Chicago. President Greenhut said he didn't intend to raise the price of spirits arbitrarily, but he would advise that thn price be, regulated by the price of corn. President Greenhut, however, re- fused to put this agreement In writing. 1'he third proposition was that the Dls- fillers and Cattle Feeders' company in- struct its distributing agents to sell to wholesalu riualors only, and wholesale dealers shall be deemed as such when they can show certificates from the board of trustees of tbe Wholesale Liquor Dealers' association. This the trust people agreed to. A resolution was passed that the chair appoint a committee of five to cauvaas tho trade for subscriptions toerect a distillery. Adjourned A Postmaster Appointed. WASHINGTON, June S. Sheldon was appointed postnutfttr at Rector, __, AMKltlUAN ASSOCIATION. At Philadelphia- Athletic.............fl 0001400 Roelmmcr............1 Rase hits Athletic 8, RocUeutci 8. Errors -Athletic 3, Rochcstor and Hobiason; Caliban and McKcough. At 0318040 Brooklyn............0 1020008 Base ID, Brooklyn V. Errors Syracuse 2, Brooklyn ft. Batteries- Casti> and O'Rourke; Daly and Pltz. At St. St.Luitls..........0 08101011 Louisville........1 04100010 Base Louis 18, Louisville Emirs -SI. Lnuls4, Louuvllle 1. Ramsey aiul Munyan; Strattoi and Ryder. Kerlna. At Toledo- Toledo...............B 820101 Columbus............4 Bane Columbus 14. 4, Columbus a. and Sage; Knauss attd CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of PATENTS! Caveats, and Trade obtained, and all 1'aiKiu wii.liictwl tor Moderate 8.1'atenl offlre. liavnno null uncles, all kiislams dlracl.heaee ran Uanittrt paleut In leu tine and at ton. Tlniioi Ol CllUI' Alui com man those remote (row VYasbiaf 'del, drswlnr, or with do We advise if patenlaMe or not, tree ttrqn tliu fee not dun till pateiil Is scoured "How to UblalD wlUi rai- l-en 10 artual clleiits la your Slats, cuualy. nr town, neni free. Address A. SNOW CO., Opposite Peleai Oltoe, D. C. AMRRICAN IIMM'K. 39G-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto ia: "Second to None." Wo wind to nccond to none in your service. Try UH mud HUC. We wish to imprest1 upon our out of town friends, iu view of the proposed changes in the tariff and he probable increase in tbe coat of early all kinds of dry goods, that lie month of June will be TMI lonth for them to sbep. never lower than they are at resent in our store. If the proposed tariff bill rices must go up. s'- 1 1- If 8-M 0- 7 0 fl lie. KKW YORK STATE MAOin. At 2, Jehnstown-Olmen. villa, 10. At CoblesklU-CoblegkUl 23, Uilca 4. Trotting Daces at Hartford. HABTFOBD, Conn., June are the results of yesterday's trotting races at Charter Oak park: class, trot- ting; Plmllco.....................4 1121 Andanet.....................2 8 2 1 S HoneyBee..................1 4443 AbWo V ....................8 3 8 8 4 Maud........................dr. Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to him befoie purchasing. class, trotting; purse tUUO: FearnaUKlit. 3 PlliHh 1 2 8 8 Golden Rod 8 i> It i Femme Hole 4 4 4dls. class, trotting; purse WOO: C.T. L 1 1 1 Fannrfwnpe 5 8 8 HuifoH 8 8 Caiwle 0 4 8 Pilot 4 8 4 Clayton dr. Dr. Miller din. Clilrua-o CHICAGO, June First race yesterday, 1 mile; lirxt, Blnrneystout, Jr., second, Etrurin third; time, Second race, mile; Kinsman Brat, Burr Cooper Henry Ray tnlrd; time, Third race, IK miles: Hvpo- crire Herond, Ou-.lxmnd une, Fourth race, mltm; Clamor first, Orinie sfcood, Bu.iz third; time, Fifth mce, 1 miles; first, Hocond, Cliiuro third time, IdOH- _JjWe have the largest assort ment of Patent Leather Shoes iu plain and light-colored tops hand and machine sewed .JWe carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. II you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress in broad, medium or nairow 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 We are offcriug splendid bar- ;aina in gatccuN and ginghams and uinrner wash fabrics of all Tlie balance of our spring Block if cloaks are selling cheap. We quote the following n underwear: Gentlemen's blue mixed and ravers in medium at 50n. per uit. Gentlemen's Balbriggan underwear, Oc. per suit. Gentlemen's blue angola shirts and drawers at 25c. each, 40c. Ladies' Jersey vests ai low at lOc. each. Ladles' balbriggan veils with rimming, only 15c., worth 2Sc. Good grade Jereey veils at 25c. [tack. White and black lisle thread lersej reita at ?5c. each. Silk vests, all colon, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably ad- vanced if tbe tariff Is changed. Our prices are much below even current prices, and we are selling fine napkins, D'Ovleys, etc., at rare New styles in parasols. New styles in gloves. New styles in hosiery. Ueadqiiartera-in Buffalo for (CarpeU, Rugs, Draping and aHBHICAN BUHH, MAIN HTKKBT, BUFFALO. N. V. C.C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 864 MAIM ST, H. t. Diamonds, DBAJ.EB n Watches and Jewelry, Clocks JRilverware, Leather Qwis, etc KKOKA rrjfo, OOLD f tit, riot rrir A COMTLBTE LISS Of 364 MAIN STREET. BUFFALO, N. Y. Go toMonroe's for Curtains and Fixtures lEWSFAPERl

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