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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK X Y TFKSDAY JULY 1, NO 117 3 REPRESENTATIVE OSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. BUCK EWIWS BOMB. HE WILL EXPLODE IT IN NATIONAL LEAGUE CAMP i on I II inn, t nso tl ml u t 4 riu 1 mil V, jrkini i tir-1" ti, ven K'lin II iw thud tnni 1 4. v nih rice miles handii ip u i let hrst Hero aetond, Brown Duke 1 n I time 1 07 -i V OF ORATORY. I I 1 I r I I i 1 n I I THE FEDERAL ELECTION BIL_ DIS- CUSSED THE HOUSE H. Will th. Out in On. Bournl Fur Fly Create General Counter- PlTlsniu filly pr (i.l t nation Among th. Sciuh- 1JW a side with smill gloves Q ie n- it- lag Dennnilatlon of Jack Olaucnck. between hlmer l.nT it H i trong I f r >ti Measure The it Uoute Bill III Keli Ion t.. Oil' in ire on I tnh Bill 1-f toUatai. It JB ti'l fci "i.Ume exoevt lor entral ami retail It r I I rU 1 MOTKL. II lay onnerton Y i! K Inly World s sport twenty miles be! >w fitt-n u, i u i u i mx extra pnnta a special dispatrh from bury; and lake p rie r-ii'vv iv 1 ie i .Jit terd i th mt-innati statmt? th tc Buck only la-red 01 e ro in 1 u, nounces an nnijiiahhedly false the story knoikeil dona )ine ml tin i published recently to the etTe vte ot the I It vel uni tthi ih ire pi i 11 ,dly u 11 n _ will N itional league team anil k of the Us liabilities foot up iJW llusuui- tfil. m BVBBEK Clui N.ale Pr p h-i Lake .ti ,11 T" Dill Ul I TU rU -Itriwll Hue k It n 'a and Doraentn igira 1'it'sburiTs were ready ro drop out it a ol tin pi ijers haie ni r ud-i nu nieut s notice, and upon rtre least pro- hisr Aeek in 7nne The lub will j I iv test the sih'diled gimes until Tilv itter It does not seem liki ly the New lork late the future of the club i-u i N iiion.il leaguers will live fir beyond the cert un "jVk OUsiroi k sought ,n many i w l} on- ;o pr. uire an interview with while N h w "K lh I irk MS n (in, mum but filled utterly I LIU pouu I chum] u t N v I _ _ _ not the nun 'slid r win.- to Mr Diy t. wi, ni in h.d to I _ht Hi 'y Mnr, liv d ve the .ut throat prim iplp adjptnl th l Vrl't1' J by rl tsscork to bftray the men he onn Of I enwr urei t. al irt uui tittent i t tr itliiu a illy CNKIKK tVJSIINl. 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'i n i p' -i d riie L ift-t bom -i r 1 e tt 1 j.ud >tiit for tiuupaiyn Printing. r M iv t- I U Id au NFW Y TK I Tillm !I ro L ni I-HIP Martin who ire sum Tonn w L roc in r> 1 r tl ir the as treasurer of the Republican It _ n n nt i ii it t 11 rr th. for cl un ed to due t i h th rioii h'1 wm Du 11% wh ir i- Ii i d in ti me s t a m n t [Ihnji-a Bay i tiling nc t i it its r i-tihed to bv t if >r r in r u i j r i i' u >i jm Xfcw YORK July rice yester AI 1) bet nv Ri t ie  Reclare fletced out oC JUOU He waa uuablt i u M I n lint un d it flu- h )ur t ir teir t t he m a m -hr rl e in HiiJ tn-ist m m the >s "Hiy rm Till 'M ptemher v i IN I ilv t ikinjr r a the rh u f f idj unmien1' ikei Ki d LI tli Ll -r-t i i h r e i ifi L r ri f in. in it tbf h )u-( H the id t u h rii ptil he bu HL-S i m iii-sidi. 11 uld umd up (h n i ea but of we -.h t n be IK i j n lv ill -LIT ir s m thi Tiki a-, tht ailjo irnmeiit inn r t KLL 1 pi n e i ei )ix and i il rli iktli it j thu session iua> run into mber by miriU second two time JOJ j-j however to tell where or in what manner r iurth race t mile Defaulter tiret he hud beea robbed Tinner second, Keawootl third time 1 40 5-5 The Governor's eto pu' RMirn-iiR N Y Tuly I'lUiur- un IftTLildi imeulnitn v .1 i-'th it j ,7 lock 11- ui-hthj i h ir Ur P, TI die Ii I t i M i tills riic I) ir.Iir n' t tu I InC Mr t, sib i.h f Ne Iff ri-d di imeu hi i i t u I ike -u I TUB -Veto ti f -I ul ike -u I let n i- t- r u Lnri lithe Lh HI I ir ii v ikilte Fit h race l'i miles Cassms .first BosTOV Tuly 1 -The governor has VP -in to -e HF ur-h superu-i nun uhcon the b, in tie arm md second, St Carlo third time toed the bill the c msolul uion ,u nil h-mct -u. proM 1 1 bv the "jt IQ -of the ii.13 and electric compmi.s 1 1 >t the I mted s.c uc- H -r i 1 th it ,IT 1V ulth n itin" sixth race, miles on Krass The sen ite refused to pis, the --i-s ul the .1 f of his amen Iment i- L m ik LimH -vi, rathe u irsr x L irsr xt Luke setoad. Falcon third time, electric luht consolidation bill over the the I un torm thn >nt the i d TOte d to W 4 Tattler urst (.aststeel second Larchmont third time J 05 The Stock Tnkrn. Mr Koiveil rf Him i> the i i u Iruent did u tint r unu 1 to im -vi, rate ole >u th, r, hb, n L- be u Vnimit ed and kneiv n .thing ibout it "un il ,t ua, Chicago Races._____ CBIC Voo July race yesterday committee met yesterday the subscrtp 1 m >n 1 mile Inez ttrst, Picknp second Rock turn books were opened anil it w u, third time 143 st if ed that all of the 000 si Second race, I mile Hindoo Lass hrst, At a beea taken Uatie J second, Genevieve third time, Rox StulFers ConvKted l i.s[ i ri N J f ily 1 11 e tml i nti h e it st irn r' of NLW 1 )P.K Julv 1 of n A ter n- it t the Newlork and New Jeraev bn.l.e u tiii-mpmii u' the h. us, ut tLr f ur H 1'Nm M ul- i ill a it ti ok l iei.e until s I J( M x helli Iiaic and Derantj or onipir I dcy hullot hi x stullii 4 eti i u iw1 5 -ti r HE SLN n ty in averaut tt iten e w ____________________ Xl r s Tulr I the -enatc jes aetfirsd 01 lu r n li n n r i i l_i s f! I r I ll M I V C r h i i T v ui' l to d l' b HB Kill. 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