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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX miNKTRK N Y WEDNESDAY JULY 2. B REPRESENTATIVE USINES8 HOUSES OF DUNKIRK.. THE OF CONGRESS. DEBATING THE FEDERAL ELECTION BILL IN THE HOUSE UTTLt MABE. A1KW Bt'LLNG kin.u of blanks u thi oa Mwhaniral Pepartmpn.nf Dunkirk'Pnntinxl ompanv oal I 1 wl J o B. OITFOHD, 221 an 1 JS3 I cntml ArUSUc r-notoirnipher Inhtantane. iooraDhs a a pee ally tl not wa t >ur-> snnahme eiiept BOOK IKVIMO. 1 r prietor. No in E Secon 1 street near 111 telo itreet, Ounkirl. N T Maguiis M UC Pamphlets, I in stvlen r- promptly ttrended to. All work inaran teej 01ICHEK-8 CBUCKEBr HOCSE. 90S Central Avenue Wholeaale and retail lealer in 1 in loraaDc GlaMwara, frlimmativ g from the lit. r BU1 IroviMlon for th> lnlte- States Kuktrd of Causes a Lengthy Dlsenxulnn and U Finally tmendments Adopted. The Idaho u n panned In the Senate. W A-HIN ,ruv J aly 2 Tbp house imme- diatelj ifter the reading of the journal ycsterdiv re-iimed the debate en tUe fed t lei tun bul the pemiius; amendment being tl at providing that the hief super visor ut eleuioas for each judicial llstnct of the L aited -nates, shall take such action la requisite to secure such supervision m everv (oniiresBional district us is pro- Li HOTEL, Katei, 11 per day anil Boanling stable ia K lei- 335 and iJT Lion street. j 11TT SHOP ly Prop. Under Lake Shore Nau V Lf Foraurlv sellew a Popul. Manufacturers of Engines, Boiler', Pull.-4 Shafting llangera, etc Putterna. fc >rg Caatinfa, and Machine Work to order liv the laws of the I nited states. Mr H ilmnn (ootended that there n i o. f for the enactment of the pro- poseil law Mr lor of Illinow naid that he waat elthelaviQ ti-trli t be( itilse it was aeerieil lu hlC whl h WdS ID QH dlS- trU Mr Hitt of Illinois oppoMrrl the amend meat Mi ne of Missouri u ronstltu ti la! ar m weie a.s znilty ot h rn HS thnse whu rhirt? jears "Ki uk up iria-tijalosi rhe The amendment was rejei UU at a rei ess tuitll p m IN THE OTOf July 2 senate yes- terday morning passed se. ate hill to authorize the leaning of school lauds in Oklahoma Mr Plumb etplained the The are nor t6 be f r a longer bill penod than five years and 'he necew.ltj for the bill arisen out of ie fuel that have settled upon these lands not knowing that they were school Unds aud that-special agents from the sreneral land offi. e have been uotnes on tbe settlers to move Idaho bill was then takeu up and Mr ance made a speech in opposition to the 1 in. He claimed that the proposed c. i steps by the people of Idaho for admission to statehood had not been taken and that the territory di I nor have a popi Utioo sufficient y to entitle It to a to the t'nion of Mr Van.PS speech the bill was passed without division Ihe conference committee appointed on the parr of the senate disagreei on the HOM rfiOM THE LOYAL TOASTS OMITTED AT THE NATIONAL-LIBERAL BANQUtT A NEW ISSIK FOB MB. He Will Probablv Refer to the as Evincing the Hoprie.n Dlsl.tjalty of the Cain. Think, the Have II] Treated Blot by la Lee.l. Over an Atlompt to Set to Work July 2 i. hjwl 1 L in ju I >eril- }ve.r the ormsslun if 1m il t i usts from f I ifter dinner program it rl e b in et u to Mr Pa-nell at the Natuui Li jerai lib has been raised by the 1 mes ists and indeed bv s, me I in hi ti r it th leaders binrdiv Hi- lush THE BAStSALL FIELD the Chunes Yestero'aT Trot- ting Running n LE4OUE. VT Bnflalo- HunVlo 1000120 Rrook JO H 0 1 I) 2 Baw aiu Buffi in Brookl3il3 Frroi- 1 Brook n 1 Batter es ami ark Van Haltran and Kin M v Mat hexsHil l.ach 3-Li S 0 4 S-1S 1 0- T 1 0 0 3 1 001 I -t H rt t Bjcron Ml 1 Bo-t no ani an )ll Radbnnrne U n Ptt-u iri P -ir H hit PIU-II r 11 rs I'nfsli ir. B. tri in I M iriuv L ni re nmberr and Un aijo hi 1 n 1 1 0 I II aiieipn a 1 i) o (I I) I) i 8 Bi H t. 1 i nun ]0 Philulelph a 1-' r i i I Hh IJ l B tlwui ail Bllffinton IIO.NOIILM. MAGNIFICENT DEAD TRIBUTE TO STATESMAN CtKEHOMJCS AT Tut MOMMKN'. u l I r _ legislative appropriation bill rt sorted that Carded a. the more flagrant be, t e >f the the house refused to amendments and declined further K> the -ennte fact that tlje day wa- al- the u fere Mr Hernpbll' of south f aru'ina offered so amendment tn ruinating from tbe bill the provision for the L nited -states fh it m bond through the ports and .sar> ______ .__ if the coroaitun )f Qu.en i t tut of nee The only alternative was failure vvhom no menMon was made m rhe r asts 01 the bill or a recession on the part of or s-peei The Parnel'ites i.'mit the the senate brea. h of cu-tom la neglecting tlie pro Mr Da wes moved that the senate recede posal of a truest tr> her majestv but ex and that motion led to a long discussion plain that the dinner was a private m" im the subject of clerks and compenaa- ind had no political character orsijfnitt tlon Fhe senate finally refused to recede ance whatever The o u won wi- m Tins means that unless the home or senate reconsiders its action of Mondav be all the legislative bill will fail and a aew legislative bill will have to be prepared and passed Mr Htsco lhe Neu n J l l irk hi and iti-llr ided to with effet t b> Mr 1 il inr n hii ntary itfeni >r- 10 -IK that the In-h are li- al F PI t i it J 8HUCT CO., Ml, XX, ail 1 Center atreet, Manufacturer. f ht. aid "Dunkirk perfei i Uti T. Dreee bhirta. On aaje in all leading furni b clothing and dry houses m rk m. TOUWBT, U 4K4 ana 4.t6 Lion street, Dealer in Floor, ree.1, alt. Baled [lay, >i Ulnlnz n. I ;s6 I4i au trains in I 1 KIC HOTEL an t Cj Depot, haay a. cess t oeM houses. Best ace'tnimodntmni for vui Bereial Trave ens l.mn 1 Murph7 I.' (U.KK8 CO., f, aud 19 b Tnird street. ITtae Furniture, Cut met W ir. in l L i .ulfltcring. Picture t ram. ei ma le to orlcr from the rp'uras the sup rvlsorsthe 'iiei tabulate md forward the -pe irfer ot the h luse to be submit ted bv turn to the huutiethe results us they appeir theretrmi in e w-h d -tn r under h s mrisiiction in which th s act ha- been in for. llr 1' of favored the amendment Mr Rowcll of Illinois opposed the imendment and favnred the bill Mr Eire kenridffe jf Kentucky si 1 that he bill put it in the power ot the I niteii .jurts ro -ubstauLially (outrol the house of --eplesentatlves inieu 'cnciiL. aud fav >red the bill m the mt re-t and tair elei tioas M- Mi I- of Texas puiuted out the dan inse from the applica- terri t.u v of the nited states lnt r And he wrrw iu the lett. r r yecnahiu the forefront r 'be hotte r battle and retire ye fi ni h n tl it he may be smitten and die It is n t n v believed thit Mr i ne will reieive the support of raore th iu HJ per t th D -no nil VV -I -h No of the Burled Miner, to be Work Abandoned PITTSBI Rl, July 2 limes special from Dunbar U 6 o clock last h >pe and work were abandoned at tne Hill Farm mine an 1 the dust or aahes The of the thirty imprisoned miners may rest set at beneath the Dunbur Hi" lay -hall come The la.st exploring partv entered the mine at j o clock in the afternoon They liw -suppose the house was did not come out until 7 o clock at night WATTEHON C1> mi Central Vve of trcntiemer I I AKBUJ. STEAK HEATINO Swam lleaunif Sanitary Plum a bv twentv nve majoritv and erriticate- of tlie various i ru s -tppo-e rhe -npervisors certi fi d tvveiitv five mijurlfv tu their vvir ind tL it j' th r act 1 upon this cer ti a e v i at w ul i be tne re- It (jen ti uea uiighr nut to fi rget that this wits h VT ii. jealoir Three of their number had entered to within a few hundred ot the gnbter ran. in tire and had found the dmner bu.keu and bl. use- of two of the men Ihe explorers suffered from the intense hi S sTI IK Ells lEFDs companv arrerapreU TO work a number whom le last thej hal brought from I und >n and el-e I ut, the attempt resul 1 in a -em us r t Hie mi b of-takers tn 1 their -jmpitlw ers ma le an att.uk upon the >11 and a f ec Vr h i u. I l> I t! lieru ill t WA." th duty of tlinr the people of t setiteii bv the men t elei 'en torepre i [fh Ke lu kvsid he -Its t leil i) u l free ballot 'i r i inr n rn the He i n --ee hal ot Is f- nui t Let mil n fdir count is tt o n r- us ui The etpl i nine pla.-es where the men were known t have been at woi k Their picks and sh >veL. were found lj Ing where they ha.1 Ijeeu dropped One tnule found .lend uu 1 pntriru 1 Otherwise no trate of the mm i ould be. fuund The etpl irers then voted to ahan don tbe w >rk jf re i nt Mill after this fold the meu thwt the cumpany would on lluirsday pay tl eon the wages die and If B tt., cor of Buffalo anil dealer in Fine Bonto n HK37RY 8TORC 1) t Third St. Bouka, Statlonerj, M iwi a In Dailv iu IWeeklv Pa cr- aad everythiBg pertaiamg to a Arst 1 k More. School Booka a specialty JOB PRINTING of every toB r ptl. I a I ii lowest llvir g rates by Dnnierk Pnnting Company, 3 and 10 K. decon.l Sc. tl I pirn H- i th. t Mr ht.l i i I i- in h p. t! n in f r t sh Mr h 1 h n 1 va.- t i per er jate rhe Rep ihlu in pnner They (Uimnl that the 'I in irty h il I ne in thing for The purpose of tuem logo to work wherever they tr f t Wl the time "ten the Iv nu'in an r- T f n I pi m -es hut ih in pir, li and he i in- i il 1 t in I ue i L t f Vmen an citizen ould sciure It this the rescuing attempt in Western IVnu-ihi ma euiied The company will ,r it -ai 1 now utempt to save an much of tne mine property thev can 'the mine K -a.lly VTPI keil aud its restorjtioa will t intic ta.sk SWEPT Terrible AWAY BV FLOOD rut In Ohio I m. BPRKS A SOX, Tiro. Accident and Induraaoa. in Seal Estate and I oant Htir n i tr attention pai.l to the care of propcrtv in I tl Mi M Center in I tl M i pai.l t renu AC. MONROE'S PHAR.WVCV, JOO lyentrtl avenue for Wall I'-tper Pa at .1 FKKKLNM. J W_ iOD center street, Uaoufacturer and Ualer n If irnettn K ffi Hone liioves Mittens an I t p i 1C i cs 9CHOLTES, 17 Kant Thir-l
rnTtness of h n iH ate made the hoard and a- i a 1 1 "sum njti >a and n r ilation To Boycott Iraerican Petiole V lulv ma- me. A.u-tr Hungarian petroleum ni i h i it- Will be held here to dav t i tt rm ciation ostensibly for pn m tmj their common interests but r. il i bov r ting the American irti 1 11 e A tmns. are in f nor f tlie well- it Bak i DISGRACED THE COMMONWEALTH ,itd rm 1 Mi Jr nr-r Dr N ue -tarTi PJ Ihlrdrj ear old riia'i h 1 tl lie 14> 1 irth i 1-1 -e rl 1 1 ra e h r 1 Bribery f pr i RUDOLPH UOLDIBiK M EK. Cor Third and Bull ill -MK.. iHialer in Marl le r i_j njf Bni ilinij atone Call on cje IHI your si ie-walk. RULrv to., 7 and it kjut Fr nt u Hhiakv, H Bran 1 ea Liq nor "store for KIJI tse ROBKKT V Lion street, near the le i OL Boarding, Sale, If eel and 1 iverv stable Stabling b> the >r week on -cast rtti le urms. SAM J. enrPOKU. !OI t.enml Ave I p (general Insurance an t Real tstale Agent. Fire. Lale. Aceiilent, am) I i7e stock InAaranoe. Prompt attention ziv >n to bnyinr ami aBtUnff Keal FAtate Tl e rrt it fficers rhe ,ir erupt ill pe t ii ar in h.et- and all eMienct n i li n .ite I ii ndi tn e In iinard UK e t- uate The nriiiit coot then 1 il (td mine an I ertifj the pi r-on nn 'n be entl' e.l the certlhi Hte jii ame idment i th it 4f tn -hi be an a l i1 f- >m th. densioa of the I Lited Mfite- hi ard jf i-sers to 'he circuit court th. i Vrk of he of -li i1 tee oa the as til e rhe mm, to of the be tn Mi 'he unfer appropna TC. JOSKS, 73 E Third it, cor beet bxceutior Heat Market fresh, -Alt autei! Meata, Lard Saiuugea, AD Poultry n-entat ertltt d .the sear Hi terw. r'h i r, rt .11 the ea n i in 1 n e h i-e v t, d to il ere to u iKoonirnti e m h n ,te ei n. nu -euuor- cle k- annn ilem i Mr Buckalew of Penn-vH anla theji att u ked the amendments a.s i learlv turn r-r tothejudiilarv of judj ha.s not lieen located at h >ur RoikyCut on the Baltimore and Ohio roi.1 four miles from here is said to be filled with mud to a depth of sit feet Convention of Musir Jnly B convention of Vational Music I'ea< hers as.so rbinl H- .iientj were adopter! m tin house tself M dice amei (h: wit! ut i isi m Mr Hemphhl s amendment strike oil then Itt n iVs us Mr ukalevT then moved to strike out Is which changes the law so as to pl ue the selection of jurors In the hands Held for Extradition. XFWBURG }T Y July a -Edward M Dm le Portland Ore embezzler was mornin? Bar nurd held Doyle to appear before the gor ernor on Monday next Doyle waj held REWARD! r >n for pUtot, It, i be sinie dlacu-e-lon thl vri.-'iii pt.d-Tea. 140 nav, IH-Menars r-Hiir Hnriner Lehlbach and Lmd v jtma with the nemocrats m the affirm itive Mr ru< ker of Virginia offered an amendment that when app'icatiou for marie the chief supervisor shall lay the application court latTiaa bbe court to hear.af whctMr A Female Foster Arreited. BALTIMORF, July juim cott wife of Lippincott rropnetor of Haddoa hall Atlant J who is charged with fnr. amendment B0' Over the husetf. v 'uly In the houae yesrerd iv representative Gould of Chelsea -tibmir ted a substitute f r the rep d fnr 1 is 1 11 ie Dai-y F first iv -e i n 1 FHuvvij third i e miles ,it ilpa rirst n I Morn thirl n ne 1 i milt belt- in-r lu Ht- tiist secoiul Fcstacy nil evu w e "i thud nine 1 lh rue mile heats First heat- hrriH nrsr t lr hill 1 irk Tiond R tt ni th nl rime 1 14 t S-. md B i 1 lette n t I h in mil 11 irk second, M in hum tint 1 time 1 j Third heat tiran 1 ette tir-t Marrhma second time 1 1" -ei n 1 Races at SheepHhead Bay SiitrpsnEvD BV.T July races here 1 ly as follows first the F iituntr course r-rst rv -e. ni Bin lo< he and leidheitt rrnirl time 1 10.2} -econi rue 1 m le, Belle of Naaturi v Third rue I miles Guy Gray first -orrento seumd Banister third time F urthrice 1 i-ln miles Fon hrst Wil rre 1 -ei ond Caativvay II third time Fifth rice the F iturity course Lord Hanv hrxt Fvangehne second Mattagora hllv third time I U 1 5 -i-ah race the Grtsh selling stakes m les on the turf Vlmir.il Little Jim-e. md Barn-ter third time 20011 Botes and mortgages amounting 000. was arrested bTdetactivi _ Wire W .pp'icatiou for sn- .v TOWX> Jnl' chief supervisor 5' Works before the drcuit on of to decide after a wait t pna7 W. I rod mill rka waa shut tbe dlffi- OiMharsed for Lack of Evidence BOSTOV J A Rose the di healer who was of stealing MOO while anuointing strong boxes in South BoBton, has been di-charged for lack of evidence by j !T H tl C A ft OO d PUAKV VLY D kirk. N. T, Appointed by the Turning at Poughkerpule P >LI lulj summer meeting of the Hu.Non River Driving park opened yesterday with excellent track and line weather Summaries 40 class trJttintf blon 111 n k e i z "UaKKl. Mitchell i 1 Kip 134 in v --rnith 446 I il v 5 o i lime -J54 ii I t-s trotting The Parade Oae ef the Notabl Ever la Ben ilrlcti InvelU the Menoilal In He Fam on. Husband Governor Hove a Tribute to the Memory of th President. IN July which culminated vesterday in the nu veiling hv MM Hea.irn Its o.f a to her den i husbaud was a non partisan >ne had IU inception 7 1885 in i meetina of cltlzenu of [n Ii4napohs of all Ihe monument is the work of Richard H Parks a celebrated sculptor of Flor- ii vey in his private parlor held an in f ir mal re. eptloa for a couple of hours Meanvvhiln the various divisums of the I ir ule bcijiin form at their designated rend and at 1 o'clo. k seven were fired on ii signal, and the hend of the column moved lh. metropolitan police led the wav with Thief Marshal Oder anu a mounted es ort clone in tbe rear The flrst dlvlnloa mmmanded by r.il VS Jue.ker Was made up of the Infantry InJtann I-egioa In duiiipohs I iiih> artillery the KnUuts Pjthias ind of Him .r Iheumfoimsof the milimrv with their Jivplumace ind the regalm of theuvil i ins, ouibmed present a brilliant spec Ihe second division by tl e Hen dri, i egenuine without l.he ilin hox of won i. tn im LI ly in, il il, h In htfi ,-ti.m t in t pull m We will ritin I tli .in i Bix that i Inn. (It pur i ii x oni CARL SOHAUER 59 East Third St, Has just a full lino ol AMEKICVN DLO. K M.iin Street, Buffalo, N' Y SECOND TO NONE. Our mijiio IN to VV, wiili to he M vuui s.rvi.t 1 rv None" none in nee to at ami Ft rh Rod 2 d 1 I 9 1 5 1 3 5 4 4 i. 1 I 3 3 2 I 4 4 r o r o I ngford FI lard lime -i-I -1 k, Tonawanda Trotting V July tbe openm.; day of the -fiimmer meet ing it the Dnvma Pirk There wan a fur attend mce and good sport 6um manes 1 K) class- trotting i led P llv B b s Riihe-t-r NY 111 >t N >rw b m Riplej N rred The population turned out In the wildest disorder and attacked the soldiers with deaparate frenzy rn the fight which ensued MfCy per DOS were killed and thai one hundred wounded Many of the killed and injured were soldiers Held on a Peculiar BobTON July 2 Judge Paraienfer hax directed criminal proceedings to be brought acramst James Kelleher, charging him with causing the dauth of harles San- born in last Kelleher who wan employed in a saloon directed n siphon of soda water; into the face of Sanborn caus- ing rhe latter to stagger aad fall down a flight of stairs. He was fatally inland by the UlL _ Pacing rae-e, 2 17 class, purbe vided YOU ,Mt THE RIGHT ONES CALLED A RL TOP _- Mide only by GEO. A. KUCBETH t CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA. encerP of the consular court ot tfe ho Chew. Emma, b nu. Jamestown, N Y J ........1 1 oyal Bounce 3 BaL-ora 1 Merchants Are the Sufferers. vr July 2 a conference yes- terday morning of tbe superintendents in volved in tas platform strike m Kast Se. Look, it waa bully decided to ggkt It oat if it all mummer IB eke Tkey fcr Here fcw time the OTSUCQATS Affi Equal to any in the city, HIK! at prices that will }ou to see him h purchasing. e wish to nuprviiH upon our out ol town I'm mis in M.-IT of the i si m tbe the pronable incrojAo in cost of in-arty all kin.ls, ol ilrj jfooiis. the rnontli Jinii, will raonth lor th.'in to shop WLTC- m vi r lowei tliaii 111. v pnhCui in our stori- II tin- untr lull Pntes ar< at ire oil n and p, r underwear We have the largest ment ot Patent Leather in plain and light-colored tops band and machine sewed carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If, you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a paT of make. You will like them. Our (i-RNIV Calf Shoe in Button ami n hioad, medium or narrow ;oe, i-! the best for the noney that hah ever been of- :t i ed to an j trade. Come and examine them '01 yourself and be convinced. in siuenn ami gmglumi ami summer uhn. s all kimlu. Hie lialan. e-of our spnnsj sto< k ol arc veiling We quote the I illowirj.; in limit rwcur Oeuil.iin n s mixed shirts drawers in mi'ilmm wciifbts Mr suit Oenticmea s Ualhrn We per an it Gentlcm.ns blue ani; ua sbiru and drawers at Jlc, earh, goods Ladies Jersey vests as low u lOc each Ladieb' vests vmh lace trimming only IV worth A5 w. cti at rare bargains >cw stvl. s ia piirasule in jrlrrvfs NfW m hoBii ry in Buffalo for Huf JJnicingsnd MEldm and UtKRI. AN HLUCK. MAIN STREET, BLFFALO, S SULUVAN SON c.c, Manufacturer and Importo MAIM T. DKALKR IH Watches and Jewelry, JJilverwsre. Teathcr AO. 00104 sit rtn FLA TIS A COMPUTB UfB or 21 J MAIN BLKFALO N Go toMonroe's for Curtains and Fixtures 'SFAFLRI WSPAPLRI
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