Dunkirk Evening Observer, July 3, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

July 03, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N Y THURSDAY JULY 3. im NO DO B hepkesentative TWAS a LIVKLY DEBATE. USINESS HOUSES THE FEDERAL ELECTION BILL PAS9KS -THE    HOUSE. OF DUNKIRK. ANEW KU I. IN* MAOIINK for nill#* „ all klih»* of blanks i* ti©'* lato*t •'iditlor ,4’ h© ll “cha ii leal iHqi.xrtmcnt of lMinkirk|l*rtntir»ii' om|»any. SII A III’ rn Af TICK ON BOTH HIDES. a LYSANDER* < ©a1 amt * «J**I 4 aird. A On ira I Avania. «i.i*o*iU* Nm k«l J Dau* All tenet©* of »*»H an;! jv»ft tjval, W 4| Lumber. Shingle* Aet iv r soli dbe< I. „ r    ami Lath. Ere© CamisiKin lenw for wholesale Iola K. GIFFORD, 2-- and 22ft < 'antral Ar** Artinite Photographer. Instantaneous a** era I Amendment* TwImmI to tho Hill—Th*- *«|>oMkor K*fii»ri to Kntrr-tain an A |*|>*>wl fr om Air. Springer. The Senate I'aao* the l^-fUlatlvt Appropriation Hill—tither Busine** of lit! port Sine*-. WtnHlMiTns, July 8.—The bouw* met promptly a’ ll o'clock yesterday aud re-Mttraed the ronaideratton of the federal election hill. the (tending question tieing on the amendment offered by Mr. Ticker of Virginia, requiring the judge of the Photograph* of iii • t I    .a,,.„ jai(.«J With the judge of sunshine ex* ©pl v-.t    *    • I tin* di-tnct> to pane upon application* for Mr Springer moved to adjourn. lout— yeas, 147; nays, IST. Tha hill whs ordered etigroaaoil and read rn third time by a vote ef 155 to 14s. Mr Hemphill of South Carolina moved to recommit the bill. Lost. Mr. Coleman and Mr. Ijehlhar b voted with the Democrats in the affirmative. Mr. springer (having voted in the nag# tive) moved a reconsideration. Tha motion to reconsider waa tabled— yeas 156; nays. 149. Mr Outhwaite of Ohio moved an adjournment, which motion the speaker ruled oui as dilatory. Mr. Springer demanded the reading of the engrotuied bill, but the speaker waa prejiared for this demand, the filii having been engrossed in advance and a burst of applause came from the Republican aide when the reading bemail. At 9 p. rn. the house passed the election bill—155 to 149—and adjourned. BASI Hot babies. wa. I for Hook HIN DE KE—James Irvine, Proprietor, No. i« E. SihxiikI street. near Buf-(alo street, Dunkirk. N. T. MaKannes. Mu SIC. PamphleU, etc., »mun«l in SII styles, omen promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. HI tit 111 Ifs I KIM Kl tit llot'Mk, ^ Central Avenue, Wholesale and retail dealer in Im ported sad . »o uh-* tx China. Ii la** ware, A''. d IHA! I Al ’JI \ HCF! KL \j    Kales,    ll    |«*r    day. Livery and Hoarding Htable in connection Victor Hider, S3A and 337 Lion fired. I I ITV HAKHF.lt SHOP I j    (Jim*.    N«irle.    Crop., Under Lake Whore National Hank, corner Center and Third *tr**«*i*. A line stock of Foreign and Domestic Cigars. ( HINKLIN JI HON, j    33a    Center    street, rnwttral h«»ni©-*hoers. Particular allenUon t* to interfering horses. Miming of road A trotting horse* a *|*< < laity. I) IN Kl HK EVENING (HIH FHY EK. Largest Daily in th* County. An unequalled advertising medium. D CNK I HK ENO I NE KIU NO COMPANY. Formerly sellew A popple. Manufacturers of V.ngine-, Hollers. Pulleys, Shafting Hanger*, etc. Patterns, Forgings, Casling*, and Ma< lune Work to order. I \ UN KI KH Nill KT AXK, rill, AMI and .*•>; rn f Cc«t4*r street, Manufaetun r* of Ile XJromwelP* and '‘Dunkirk” perfect- fliting Dress Shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing clothing ami dry good* house* in Dunkirk. nr. TUOMEY, ,    (JU    and    (.‘Si    Lion    street. Dealer in Floor,rand, alt. Haled Hay, Phosphates, etc. Established, 1877. «. KIK hoi » I, ami »»    '. 1’j Depot Easy acce** to ail trains and business houses. Hest accommodations for Com-mercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. tv ll I.KUH A CO.. Ii    97 and y9 E. Th ml street Fine Feral titre, Cabinet Wan- and Upholstering. Picture Frame* made toothier. D. HATTEAKIN A (*»., SUI Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen outfitters A KELI. NTFAX HEATING CO.. ll anufacturers of strum Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OXF. NTEAX LAUNDKY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    bs ; Collar*, ie; Cuffs, te, sud Imre Curtains. En*© Delivery. A \V. Lummings, JUT ( enter street JI It. GEIIX. K. Third st, nor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boot* A Mio©* HEN KY W Kl I. Kit’ll NKW NTG HK, 111! E. , Third st Books, Stationery, Musical in-strunient*. Magazine*,Daily aud Weekly Pa tier* ylliirg pertaining to a ll rat class book store. School Books a specialty. ami every uh cg ii It Git PKI STING of every description and at J lowest living rates by Dunkirk Untiling Company, Nam! IU K. tovsid St J H. VAN Itll HEN A MN, Fire Life, Accident ami General Insurah.W. Deal-in Beal Estate and Loan*.    Par. ieular alien bon paid to the care of properly collect- sec! ion mg rent* xo, YIU (Voter st., ‘iud floor. ^ UNROE’* PH AUX ACY, atm Central Aveaue Headquarter* for Wall Paper Pa.nl .Oils, Ar, (y EKK I NS, ,1. W„ KW ( enter street Manufacturer auddsaler iii Harness.Saddle*. Bridles, Collars, Trunk*,\\ h p*, Buffalo KoI.es, Hor*© Cover* Gloves Mitten* and .sleigh Unites I) (SCHOLTEN, ‘ ,    17    East    Third    street, t ashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will And it to their advantage to Calion me before purchasiog elsewhere. Kupervinora of election Mr Frank of Missouri saJd that ha waa in favor of the bill ho far aa IU acop© was lo extend the operation of the mtperviaofy system, but he opposed its aeo j ai no far as it promised to obtain federal control of elections. He op)»oaed the amendment beearn*- he thought it sought to weaken the present law. The amendment waa rejected Mr. Howell of Illinois offerer! an amendment making it tha duty of the circuit judges in each uircult within one month after tile passage of thia act to open a *»|H*cial term of the circuit court in their I r<**i*‘ctive circuits; said judge to appoint i for each judicial district three disc reel pennon* of good standing to be known a* I United States juror commissioner*. The ; duty of the-*- commissioner* to be to or-I xanise a* a I* ta rd and from time to time I ake from Hie qualified voter* a list of I |ter*oiiH, who, tinder the law* of the United State* and tIn* state shall la* eligible for jury duty, without rr*pect to race or color. The amendment also provide* | that hereafter all panel* for juror* shall lie draw ii by the board in tha presence of | a district and circuit judge. Mr Springer of Iliinoi* opposed the j amendment, declaring that it* purpo*e was to pack the juries of the country with ' Republican partisan* It was the culmination of the outrage which wa* con-J teinplatcd by the bill. Mr. Boutell© of .Maine declared that in his o|M-niug s|Ht*ch the gciitlemau from j South Caroline (Mr. Hemphill) had preached the old doe!rill® of nullification, * aud lie ap|a-a!ed to young and old in the Sorth to declare that this sort of thing should come Bi an end. Mr Taylor of Tennessee said that in his district there was no m«ed for this law. Fraud, intimidation and ballot lmx stuff-| tug were unknown tb**re. But he would ! not withhold relief from hi* fellow cit isene elsewhere who mss Ii* I it. The duty of the hour wa* for the representatives of the J pe<-pie to invoke by law and the strong j right arm of the federal power and wield i it until every man iii every city, town, hamlet and precinct in every state, North, J Soul Ii, Fast and West, should lie free j under the ling, aud protected to I he fullest ; extent, in the enjoyment of all his privilege*, immunities and franchise* by the i constitution guaranteed toevery American citizen. [Republican applause.] Mr. Howell’* amendment wa* agreed to ' on a vote by teller*—yeas. 14b; nays, 143. Considerable confusion followed the an-j nouiieemeiit of the vote. Mr. Outhwaite of Ohio said the yeas and 1 iim\ * had la-eti demanded. The *|a-aker said the demand was too late. The Democrats ail r*»se to their feet, at the request of Mr. ( Mil Im aile, to demand the yeas aud nay s, and the sjieaker said if there was no ! objection the yeas aud nay* would lie ordered. The yeas anil nays ween called and the amendment wa* adopted, yeas, 150; | nays, Du Sir. Hemphill offered an amendment to j section ’ii of the bill to insert the word* **e.\ecpt section ID * of the revised statutes of the United State**. He explained that that sect iou of the bill empowered the supervisors to u>e the army and navy at I he (wills and the pur|H»*eof Iii* amendmeut was to eliminate that provision. Mr. I aal ge of Massachusetts denied that the bdl t au any such clh-ct. Mr. Outhwaite of t lido maintained that Mr. Hemphill had properly construed the Ile was iii favor of the president PATTISON AXD BLACK. THE MEN PITTED AGAINST THE REPUBLICANS’ CHOICE. PATTISON CHEEKED TG THE ECHO. IN TUE SENATE. Washington, July 3.—Senator Plumb, from the commit toe on public land*, reported to the *enat« yesterday a bill to provide for the delivery of land patents to their rightful owner*, and asked for it* immediate consideration The bill waa passed Mr. Hiacock called up his resolution to reconsider the vote by which the senate refused to recede from it* amendment* to the legislative appropriation bill. The motion to reconsider was agreed to, and after nome discussion the senate ra ceded from it* amendment regarding sen aiors clerks and their compensation, and the hill was passed aud now goes to the president for his signature. The senate then proceeded to the consideration of the two senate bills reported Loin the commute on commerce, to place Ait* American merchant marine engaged in foreign trade ujion an equality with that of of her nations; and to provide for ocean mail service lief ween the United States and foreign port* and to promote commerce. The of her bill was a (Hist a1 subsidy bill and authorized the postmaster general to make contracts after advertisement, with the lowest bidder for carrying of United States mails on American vessel;*. The [2 o'clock. first class wa* to lie not less than 9,(MMI , After rei-eas the committee on contested tons measurement, callable of maintain- seat* reported, giving Pattison a majority ing a speed of twenty knot* an hour. No | of the dispute*! votes William H. Ha relay of Pittsburg I'nau-Imously Nominated for Secretary of Internal Affairs — Ex-Governor Pattison’* Addr©** to the Convention—Great Knthualawni Manifested Throughout the Pr«*eeerllng»—The Plat form. Sen A STON, Pa , July 8—Chairman Risner called the Democratic state convention to order at 10:30 o'clock yesterday morning. Seeretary \**ad read the call after which the roll of delegates wa* called. Everything went smoothly until Blair county was reached. There is a contest in that county aud th*- Pattison men were placed on the roll. One of the contestants, Mr. I<audis, demanded to lie heard ami said thai the names of the Pattison "namer! from Blair wen not the delegates. He was promptly called to order by the chairman aud a scene of confusion ensued. Order who at length restored and the Blair nu-ii were sealed. Hon. Eckley B. Cox of Luzerne wa* chosen temporary chairman aud in hi* address he said Ihwi men of all classes throughout the country, workingmen a* well as business men. were trembling over the condition of affairs at Washington. He added that Republicans a* well as Democrat* were concerned over tin- situation and predicted a substantial success tor the Democracy in Pennsylvania next IU. The ap(H»intnient of various committees occupied poi!sider*hie time. After the Blair mod had l**en seated Ulmirman Risner said that the contest would la* referred to the committee on credential* It was decided to ref«y all resolutions to the committee on resol ut ions without debate. After appointing the various committees the convention took a reces* until Gentlemen of the Convention, Fellow THE REALIZATION STAKES Democrats and Citizen* In response to ever. .sing such authority, hut objected to >n interview with the delegate* from the contract wa* to lie made for carrying the mail* between the United States and Great Britain, except on that class of ves-*els. The English ships, he said, went not so well built a* the American ship*. He had no doulit that if the bill tiecame a law there would be in three years a line between New York and Livcrjssil. A line of four shi|>H under the bill would cost |n<io,(IOO a year which he thought reasonable. A fourth class ship would receive ll in bounty where a first class ship would receive t*> and yet the dollar bounty would lie 1»etter pay for the fourth class ship than the for the first class. It would la* less than Great Britain paid the Cut! art I line or the United States hail I tab! the Collins line. The second-class vessels were to have a *(hns1 of eighteen knot* anil to lie first-class in every particular. The third-class would lie of 8.0U0 tons and the fourth-class of the ordinary run of steamers (neither wood nor steel> of 1,000 tons, such a* would Is-us* i to cross the Carri bean sea and the Gulf of Mexico. All these vessels were to be taken as cruisers whenever necessary. Ile analyzed the carrying trade of the United State* and found that the United State* paid over 11 OO,OOO,UDO la-t year to foreign vesstds for carrying American imjs»rts, export* and passengers. This showed that tile American carrying trade was deaii so far as foreign commerce was concerned. There were only four or five line* 1 **** WVWi0® I**** °°1> h>r the production of of steamers. One of these wh* to Brazil "”r 1 ‘1 ^    AV,**4:‘‘‘    v    iian and was kept up by mail pay from the Brazilian government and in no other possible wny. It had never paid a dividend and the United States would not pay it for carrying th* mail, or even enough for handling it. He comparts! the line* to Venezuela and to Cuba showing how foreign governments were aiding competing lines. Mr. Vest spoke in opposition to the hill. He was op j s*«ed to sn laddie*. The cattle trade was languishing, yet if he were to promise a subsidy for it his proptasition would lie attacked as monstrous. S|**ak-iug rather contemptuously of the recent Pan Aim ri«an conference, Mr. Vest quote*! J) H. CAKY g IO., .    xxi    Lion street. General Hardware,Whit© Lead,Oil*,Painter's Hupjilies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A *|*e«-i»l-|y of 3herwin Williams Pa;at and Moans- range. ti ('LING. such as (dank- ■ ■    • I. i-,i.n l k all k i lid s <»I h i a ii k * i -I., ii Dunkirk Printing Company, S and U* K. (tooond st. Rudolph moi.genii\i‘kk, i    Cor. Thin! and Bull alo Ma., lunier in Granite, Marble. I- ageing and Building Stone. Call on uu* I a* fore buying your HKie-waik. ll IHI.KY St CG.. 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Uet.eral Liquor Store for Family (Jae. R i (IHF.KT X'KAY. Lion ato-et, near the de|**t. Ibtanbng, Sale, Feed and Livery Staid©. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable term*. Its exercise by some hireling Republican (adit i.dan. Mr Blount of (Jeorgia sai<l that the bill provided for the appointment of partisan supervisor* and surrounded th«»se sii|ier-visoi-s with Uuiieil Slates soldiers at their (leek and call. Mr Rowell said the adoption of the amendment would leave the court without (tower to enforce its judgment. Mr. Allen of Mississippi that a* the house had ceased to la* a dclils-rative ls*ly aud it made him so mad that he was a1 UHM w filing to go to tlit* other end of the Capitol—if the sjieaker did not alsdish the acuate in accordance with his program. Mr. McKinley of Ohio said the amend- j merit would take from the president all I tilt* power lit* hail to enforce processes. Mr. McMillan of Tennessee criticised Mr M--IC ti lev’s si5©uce until this late hour iii the debate. The Republicans might, like mad men, grasp the pillars of the constitution aud (mil down the edifice, hut like Samson they would perish iu the wreck. Argentine confederation to show- that under the high tariff system of the United States there could lie no large trade between the tw j count tie*. The leaders of the Republican party had advocated the necessity of doing away with foreign commerce atid making the Ex Postmaster llarrity was elected (>er-I manent chairman. There was a storm of ftN-ling over the re|airt of the committee on contested seats. ' It had heen fought fiercely in committee and brought into the convention much I bitterness. A proposition to give each of I the Blair county delegates half a vote created intense excitement. The Blair delegates fought with great desperation and I called the report an outrage. The chair ' decided the report carried, hut the Blair , men had t heir war (mint on and insisted ; on pleading their cause after the decision of the chair had lawn rendered. The wrangle lasted a long time. THE PLA I KOLM The Democracy of Pennsylvania, by their I represent a I ive* In ~tnt convention assembled, i renewing their former pledgee of fidelity and devotion to the sacrist rights of the (s-opl© and I the state, do declare: Firs! That ballot reform is necessary, an4* ! to this end ti necessity for the assembling of a constitutional convention for the purpose of removing the marked tmllot clause of the constitution so that laws may Is* constitutionally enacted for the assuranee of the secrecy of the tmllot and the freedom of the voter, is recognized a- imperative and unavoidable. Second—That tariff reform is necessary in order that manufacturers may be freed from the burden of unnecessary taxes on raw materials, the laborer relieved from taxation of the necessaries cf life and the consuming ini ll ious disburdened of the int ubus of exees- a parasites anil public plunderers. Third—That local tax reform Is necessary in order that the taxation for county, municipal and township purposes may Is* equalised, th© unjust discrimination against land values and in favor of certain kinds of personal property under existing laws may tie corrected and that I the farmer may Is- relieve*I of the double tax ion the value of his farm and the principal of the mortgage which rn*) stand against it. Fourth That the law requiring that the surplus in the state treasury shall la* invested J iii state or United States bonds must Ie observe! and executed. Fifth That We recur with pride to the administration of ex-l’resident Grover Cleveland, and challenge compar!*-on of the courage. fidelity aud integrity of that adminstration with the duplicity, vaccilation and corrupt surroundings of that now in {tower. Sixtli That we fa\or such a |s»!i< 3, with regard to the coinage of silver «-> will keep ls»th gobi aud silver coins iii circulation or treasury notes redeemable in the same. Seventh That the right to Is- apprenticed to a trade should not be subject to the restriction of race or nativity, hut should Fe et joyed equally by the youth of the state without dis united States isolated from the nations of j Unction except as to merit. the world. A marvelous change had come over that party. Foreign trade was nows necessity. Mr. Frye gave not ic** that he would ask a vote to-day as he intended to call up the river and harbor hill Monday. After a short nee ret session the senate at 5:10 p. in. adjourned. A Banquet to Lord (tray. IjONDON, July A — The Fast Indian residents of ljotidon gave a banquet-I tx> laird lieay, ex-governor of the ; presidency of Boulimy, last night. A i large nuiulier of prominent guest* were j present, including t bree meniliers of the I it* indifference to th J royal family. The presence of these latter was much commented on, iu view of La rd Reay’s strained relations with the Mr Perkins of Kansas made an eloquent government, greatly aggravated by hi* ap-©a1 in favor of t he bill.    I lordship’* n*cent speech arraigning the Two o'clock having arrived, the sjieaker ministry a* incompetent aud denouncing declared the previous question ordered OU many of their arts. Ism! Keay is a man the hill and amendments.    h>f exceptional abilities and it is surmised Mr. springer moved to lay the hill on that neither the royal family nor the gov-the t-nbh*. IA*st yeas. ’ |s    nays, l-Vt.    ‘eminent care Bi drive him into action The vote w ;* then taken on Mr. Hemp- with the opposition through neglect or hill' amendment relative to the use of antagonism. ^ AX J. (ti FTO BD. uq Central Ave. (Up a lairs), General I unman;, aud Heal E-uti. Agent. Fire, I Alc, Accident, an<t lave SUs-k Insurance. Prom (A attention given to buying and Belong Real Est*to. rn c. .ionEn. J #    75 K. Thiol st,, cor. De«»r. Exc elsior Meat .Mal ket. I rish, salt and *.talked Meats, I.ant, Sausages, oaters aiel Poultry. W W J A TC 11 EN, JEWELRY, AC. “Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. *    Re (miring a siteciaity. Frank F. stapl. 53 K. Thin! st. rM. XOCK EK, Merchant Tailor, SIA Ontra) Avenue $600 REWARD! WK will {my the above resard for any - ase o Liver Complaint, Dyspejmia, Sick Headache Indigestion, Constipation or t ostiveaess et cannot cure with Wests Vegetable Liver ill Is. when the direction* art* strictly compiled with. The> are purely Vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction Sugar Ct rn ted. Large boxes, containing JKJ Pills, *Z5 oents. Beware of couu- j tcrteits, and imitations. The genuine manilla© ared only by JUHN C. WEST A (JO Sold by Monuok's i’ll aum acy. D *. I zv dc WA! lendmeiit relative to the ti at tin* i». *1-, att it wa* rl•j^‘t•te«l-^, yeas. DA; nay s. IVl. Air. Springer changed Iii-* vat • from th© affirmative to the nega-tivc and moved a recnn>ideratlon of the V. dc Mr. Howell moved to lay the motion on the tahlc and it wa* agreed to—yeas, 153; nays. Its. Mr Springer moved to the lay the MU uismthe ta '•*. stating that his former motion win* to ta I de the hill and (lending amendment. I’he * I waker ruled the motion out of order. Mr. Sprlnvwr ap(tealed am! the apjieal wa* Ii*iii ou inc table—yea*, l.Vq nays, 14fl. Air. Springer (having voted in the affirms’ive) moved a reconsideration. Mr. Grosvenor of Ohio made the point of I’lier that this was a dilatory motion—a (siiiit whi Ii wa* sustained by the speaker. Mr. Springer appealed, but the streaker declined t*i entertain the appeal Mr. Springer pretotwi that this was the fir-t time in the history of the government Hist a motion to reeon-»ider was not recognized. bnf hi* voice w a* drowned iu calls for the regular order frow the Republican si ta Th© Puhi leans* Petition Rejecter!. IjOSDon, July 3. — The parliamentary committee to whose consideration the monster petition of tile publicans In favor of compensation wa* referrer!, ha* advised the house of common* J to decline to receive it. The com* mitier* states that it has carefully ex- ; unlined the petition and finds many objections to it* reception. The chief of J these, however, and the one* upon which J the report is Imx-d. ar** the obscenity of ita phraseology aud the (millable evidences of fraud in respect to the signatures attached, a large percentage of which, it is found by the committee, are fictitious. Fhe inevitable rejection of the petition will tie anot her trill rn (lh for theoppoNition. Steamship Arrivals Yesterday. Nxw Volta, July 3. Arrived, steamer Parthian, Wot Indian port*. Ngw York. July 3. Arrix-ed, steamer State of Nev Alia, Glasgow. New Yohk, July 3,-Arrived, steamer Hugin. Baracoa. Eighth That we dcprecatr- and denounce unequal apportionment of dbl riels for the election of representative* in congress. We accept the issue of <jna> win l<-nd»*r«-d by the late Republican state convention, and we arraign the Republican party for it- usurpation of powers in the admini«trniIon of tit© Federal government which the people and the states have not granted for placing in the hands of a dictator in t be chair of Bm- sjs-aker of the federal house of representatives the l*>wer to legislate for the representatives of the whole people; for its lavish and recklea* expenditure of public moneys; for its {tassage through the house of representatives of a tariff bill which increase© the luxes on necessari©*, reduce* only those placed ujsin luxuries and is calculated to promote and looter trusts and for right«of labor. ’I’lie platform wa*unanimously adopted. Chairman Harrity anno ’ u-cd that nom-i i oat ion* for governor were iii order. At S p. rn. Judge Ort is of Centre county nominated William K Wallace. Ex S cretary Stenger Humiliated Robert E. Pattison amid veil ’ applause. Mr. Dewait nominated Robert E. Wright of Ijehigh county. W. U. Hound and Chauncey F. Black were also nominatod. The roll call was followed with intense interest. Mr. Pattison was nominated on the first ballot. When tin* vote was announced the convention slatted itself hoarse. The ballot stood: Pattison, SOO; Wall* ae, 132: Wright, ll; iienad, 13; Black, IO; not voting, I. Mr. Pattison'* nomination wa* made unanimous. John J. Maloney of Philadelphia nominated Chauncey F. Black for lieutenant governor, and Delegate Steel of Ijehigh I named Roliert E. Wright and W. F. j Collins named Hannibal K. Sloan* of In-* | diana. The ballot stood:    Blac k, 191; Wright, 157; Sloane 3. Black’* nomina-I tion wa* made unanimous. William II. Barclay of Pittsburg was nominated for secretary of intermit affair* I by acclamation. Iii the meantime a committee had gone to bring ex Governor Pattison liefore the I convention. This committee returned the invitation communicated by your committee, I have conte among you to thank you far tha honor conferred in Meting me as your candidate for governor. To lie the free choice of aa iW ram fueled convention such a* this, is My light distinction I esteem your acffm), therefore. at its highest worth when I fYeat it as reg isteriug the expressed will of th# Democratic ntH^ses whom you rcpt esc tit, rather than the irksome and despots behest of mu arrogant ti:aster. Thus viewed, I repeat w itll all sincerity my grateful appreciation of your act in assigning me to tha (Hist of leadership in the contest you now inaugurate on Mdialf of the people of the commonwealth, to rescue their government and politics from uu worthy aud selfish dictation. The Democratic party but assumes Its natural and historic ponitiou when it espouses the causes of the many against the selfish interests of the few. It* years of greatest vigor and supremacy were those when it was most faithful to the instincts of its origin and the principle* cf It* founders. The perhid of its weakness and defeat was the time also of its Hw.itne-ful desertion of tho©# primary aud uni versal truths which made it for so many year* the peculiar guardian of the inter est* of the whole people alike; therefore, inspired and warned by the past, let us now highly resolve that kee|ring in view the commonwealth, ami as the sole end of government and the only excuse for party, we. t hr Democrats of Pennsylvania, will, if again entrusted with power by the (leople, prove that in our hands their rights, their interest, their cause, will suffer no detriment. Inspired by a mission so noble, confronted by a duty so paramount, we should lay aside all personal rivalries and am bilious Mild concentrate all the Ugitimate resource* of organization and individual effort to the achievement of nu rend For a time engaged in manly coni)>etition for the honor* of the party the determining voice of th© convention recall* us to our duties aa iNurns-rats and as patriot*. A prominent Republican official on the t hreshhold of office once gave expression to the wise sentiment: “He serves hi* party best who serves his country I ie st. Recognizing the truth by whomso©war uttered we arraign the present management of the Republican party for it* faithlessness to this principle, and for its inability as at present organized and it spired, to minister to the welfare of the whole people. Itominuted by a few artful aud reckless politician* aud pandering to the greed and Hellishness of favorites hihI spoilsmen, its overthrow ta a necessary prerequisite to the accomplishment of any vital re form. Pennsylvania, the seat of the most offensive exhibition of those evils ought to la* made the runnymede of so baneful a master. We must Hp(s*al to the people to look for a change of results only by a change of policies and public servants. No reform can be expected from the authors aud s(H>logists of the evils sought to la* reformed. Our hope in this campaign must la* in that of patriotism which knows no party di*al]i©d from the public welfare I n those citizens with whom country is la*fore party and in that good Meuse anil good pur]M>se which ever inspires the hearts of the masses of the people under Democratic institutions. I know you will recognize the imputed bilify of my discussing at this time the particular issues now confronting the |H*ople of our state. It will la* my privil-[ eg© to do this in a more formal and delib-I crate way iii the future. In the meantime let me counsel yon to vigilance and prudence in act and utterance,conciliating by candor and convincing by appeal to truth ami reason. We should have no arts but manly arts and upon these alone should we stand. We cannot and ought not to compete with our opponents in the manginess am! sinister influences upon which their present management solely relies for retaining the power corruptly gained and tyrannically employed. If. as I venture confidentially to hope, victory shall crown our endeavor*, and your choice shall Im* ratified by the people, I pledge you unswerving fidelity to the interests of the commonwealth and the duties of the office that in this way the success of Democracy ami good government may go hand in hand. Renewing my gratitude for this high honor you have done me and pledging my liest endeavor* to achieve victory for the cause in which Weare all united, I ask you to excuse me from an) more extended remarks. The convention then listened to brief remarks made by Eckley B. Coxe while waiting for Senator Wallace and other defeated candidates to apiienr. Fifteen minutes later the committee reisirtcd that Senator Wallace, Mr. Hensef and Mr. W right said they were nreparitig to catch a train, and expressed tlieir regret* at not l**iiig abl’’ to ap|K-ar liefore the convention. Three cheers were given for Gov-» emir Pattison aud the convention adjourned.    ______ GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. EASY VICTORY FOR TOURNAMENT, THI AUSTRALIAN COLT. A WINN EK MY THIRTY LENGTHS. IIIm •40,000 Stable Compaxilon. King Timm sa. Not Ut It — Her It I ic Ii ii ©aa Second and Itmiquet Third—Jersey I'm! a Very Four Last — Lls) mony Show* Symptom* of Lockjaw aud May Die. Other Race*. New York, July 3.—Rain commenced failing about ll o’clock yesterday morning and by the time the races began at She*pithead bay the track was very heavy. The Realization stake* for 3-year-old», I mile and 5 furlongs, wa* the feature of the day. The stake is worth about $43,000. The race proved to lie no rate at all. Senator Hcanst'*• Tournament galloping in a winner by thirty length*. Tournament was made the favorite with Palisade second choice Nine horses started. At the start Tournament took the leat! and on passing the grand stand he was two length* in the lead with Banquet, Padishah aud Rancoca* in a hunch. Tournament iacreased the lead on th# far turn to twenty lengths, lier nighties* two lengths liefore Banquet, the rest strung out for a furlong. When the stretch was reached Tournament increased the lead still further and went past the winning post thirty leugth* in front of Her High ness, who beat Banquet for necond place by a short head. Then came Palisade, King Thomas and Rnncocaa with Jersey Pat a very jssir I aal. Lisimony who had received *|>e<ial preparation for this race, bruised Ms heel alsmt ten day* ago and yesterday morning allowed symptom* of lockjaw, and the opinion seem* to be that he will die. Following is a summary of the rave*: First race, I mile:    Diablo first, Re porter second, Granite third; time, 1:41 8-5. Second race, the Double Event, H mile: Russell first, St rat hmeat Ii second. Reckon third; time, 1:11 1-5. Thin! race, mile:    Shotmvr    first, Vengetir second, Dalsyrieu third; time, 1:30. Fourth race, I lie* Realization stakes, for 3-year-ohis, \% miles; Tournament first. Her Highness second, Banquet third; time. 2:51. I The Realization stake wa* worth 140,090 to Senator Hears!, the owner of Tournament. J Fifth race. Stirrup cup, I^ miles: Cassius first, Prather second, Eon third; time, 2:38 I 5. Sixth race, % mile: 1/epanto first, Evangeline second, Tourist third: time, 1:18 1-5. Seventh race, 2 miles on turf: St. Luke first. Little Jim second, Taragon third; time, 3:35. GOOD SPORT AT TONAWANDA. Second Day of the Lake Erie Circuit Trotting Races. Tonawanda, N. Y., July 8,—Yesterday was the second day of the l<ake Erie circuit race*. The track wa* fast aud four horse* entered the 2:30 list, which proves that Tonawanda has one of the fastest half mile tracks in the country. Tlieheat* were hotly contested in both races, and afforded fine sport. To day'* program will consist of the 2:37 ami 2:27 trotting cia**©* and a rare for Tonawanda horses. Belle ll.im in (2:!2?*i trotted a Want if iii mile to beat the track record of 2:24V*, and did it easil) in 2:21 L. She could have U-aUm 2:80. The sun.man©.- ate; 2:30 class, trotting, purse $500: !*!*> Boy..........................I    2    11 Lizzie S...........................2    2    I 4 Enola.............................3    3    4    2 Lu©r©f ia..........................4    4    8    3 Time, 2:30)4.    2:34, 2:34 class, pacing, purse f.VK): Jocko...........    >1    3    11 Jiu-k I he Ripper..................S    112 Hilly M............................5    2    3    8 l*h> His i’al.ucr...................2    4    4 ft IVnihqs* ......    4    &    ft 4 Time, 2:27’4, RYL    2:30. S(ss*ial—To ls*at 2:24 ‘4; purse $400. Belle Hamlin first, Almont second; time, 2:21% Trotting at Congiikecpsle. POUGHkEEPSIK. N. Y., July 3.—There was a small attendance at the trotting races at the Hudson River Driving park yesterday afternoon. The track wa* in Grder Has Been Restored at Leeds. The Situation at Heligoland. ] a iv don, July 3.—Order has been restored in I/f*eds, but tile contending parties arc Hs firm as ever aud the prospect of a speedy settlement of the strike is not promising. A committee of the gas com pany lichi a conference with a deputation of the strikers in an endeavor to arrive at an agriNfiiient nuder which the men should return to work, but owing to the obstinate adherence* of the one party to the determination not to yield, and the refusal of the other to modify their de mauds, no conclusion wa* reached and the meeting adjourned. An effort was made to have the dispute arbitrated, but even this proposition wa* unfavorably received. There is much public sympathy with the strikers, and groups of angry and excited townsmen are constantly forming in the -trcet- to discuss th© situation and denounce the ga* company. There i* no aggest iou of violence in these gatherings and the police confine themselves to keeping the streets open to traffic. It is stated that the formal transfer of Heligoland to Germany will lie attended by an elaborate naval display, preparations for which are a1 ready making. The Heligolanders an* gaining much sympathy in England by their pathetic pleadings to bi* allowed to remain British subject*. The British national anthem wa* ating with fervor by the assembled population on the recant landing of Governor Barkly, and flu* islander* crowded around him with eager pleas not to Im* given over to Germany. Nearly every house is con-►, ieuously decorated with the British c« lorn Their case, however, is considered ii* peksss, as it is impossible to organize a distinct party opfiosition to the measure iii parliament, many members of the go4Ml condition for fast trotting summaries are as follows: 2:24 das*, trotting, purse #»KX): Pamlico.    .....  3 8t. Elmo...........    I {seq Henna........................2 Dwttfee..   ......... .,4 Best time.2:224. 2:23class, trotting, purse #fi0U: Clayton.............................. Ida Norwood  .................. Radiy................................ Harry East.......................... Naraii H,,............................ Best time, 2:24%. The 1 I I 3 3 2 2 2 3 4 *4 4 I I I 2 2 2 5 3 8 3 4 4 4 ft ft Chicago Ka« cm. (’nil ago, July 3.—Fir*! race yesterday, % mile:    BramblebiiHh first, Woo* I ford second, Bon Marche third; time, second race. J 1-15 miles: Rival first, Gymnast second. Jaja third; time. 1:47. Third race, % mile: Prittit first, .Silver Charm second, King Solomon third; time, 49. Fourth race, I mile arni 70 yards: Lizzie B first. White Nose second, Workmate third: time, 1:45%. Fifth lace, 2 miles:    Outlmund find. Hypocrite second, Spokane third; time, 3:34%.    *    _ NOMINATED BY ACCLAMATION. New Yohk. July 3.-port from«'oi©t». Arrived, steamer New- with the nominee of the convention just 1 ... -    .    _    .    •    ,    • ..      ...___.    .    1    l.oM'ral    party    lacing    in    favor    of    the    cession a* the other committee was leaving the]    J    _ j convention. Pattison wa* given an ova- ! tioa from the time he entered the door until he stood on the platform ready to I address the convention. After quiet had Iieen restored Mr. Pattison said: I The (Vol Knit Elevated Koad Win*. Boston, July 3.—The senate yesterday afternoon passed the M * st Lad Elevated railroad bill ue it came from the houae. Xalne Democrats Name William I*. I limn|>«oii for Governor. Augusta, Me., July 8.—Three hundred and eighty ii vc delegates were present at the Democratic state convention. M. P. Frank of Portland presided. The convention spent the time fill 2 p. rn. in discussing the insertion into the platform of a resolution submitting to the (M*ople again the question of Been*© or prohibition. The resolution wa* adopted after a stormy debate by a vote of 145 to 99. Following fbi# vote. William P. Thompson of Belfast was nominated for governor by acclamation. Cont in aster* Nominated. Washington, July 3.—The president sent to the senate yesterday the following nominations for postmasters: New York— William J. Osborne, Catskill. C. 8. Wood, Cornwall; Charles H. Wood, Hamburg; Fred C. Allen, Jordan; Victor Adams, Little Fall*; Thomas Cunningham, Mohawk; William T. Chapman, Pauling; William P. Roberta, Saranac Lake. H. A. Herrick, Southampton.    Pennsylvania— M. G. Bulger, Brownsville; William H. Pen pel, Duncannon; 0. H. Hollister, Meadville; W. P Bitch, Pottstown: Theodor# ¥ Ramsey Wayne. ERIE STOKE Ladies’ Fancy Ladies’ Fancy Ladies' Fancy Ladies' Fancy Ladies’ Very t Ladies' Fancy Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 48c. Fancy Cream Jersey Blouse Waists, only 50c. Fancy Fast Black Jersey Blouse Waists, only 55c. 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