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. XX DUNKIRK N. Y. THURSDAY JULY 3. 1890. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. NKW MACHINE for nil all kindi of blanks is tlu> latent a'lelillni Mechanical of Dunklrkll'rinti ngf Uom pany. LOXANIIEK'R Coal anil Wood VardJM A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel I'late gepot. All of llnrd anil Holt Coal, w Lum'xjr, ami Free AellT r Correspondence for wholesale lots 'TWAS A LIVELY DEBATE. THE FEDERAL ELECTION BILL PASSES THE HOUSE. T> R. OIFPORU, 2ZI anil 22.1 Central Avo. Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous Photographs of Jialuee BDecialty. not wait for sunBhine except for babies. >OOK IP-VINO, i-r.v i prifUir, No. Hi K. Second street, near IJiif- DBtrefit. Dunkirk. .N. f. Mtiifazmce, Mci- ne, Pamphleta. etc.. bound in all Htylc-a. Onlcrn promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. BDHOHKK'8 CHWVKKBV HOUSE, 308 Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer m Imported and China, Glamware, Ac. flHADTAUUUA HOTEL, tl per day. Livery and Boarding stable in connection Victor Killer, 33Saml 937 Lion ntroet. I (ITY IIAKIIKH SHOP V Chas. Nr.Klo, Prop., trader Lake Shore National Hunk, earner Center and Third streets. A lino Btoci of Foreign and Domolic Cigars. 1ONKLIN Jk SON, 38s Center street, "acllcal Particular attention Interfering horsns. Shoring of road a trotting ji specialty. JEVENINO OBSKKVKK. Lawn Diily In Oil County. An unequalled advertising medium. kUNKIKK KNUINKKIUNO COMPANY. formerly Scllcw Populo. ...--.-------JturerBof Kngiuun, lle.ilurn, I'ullcyn, Shalt ing Hangcra. etc. I'alturiid, CutingB, and 1 line Work lo ore'er. 8UIKT CO., 20.1, 205 anil Wi street, Manufacturers of "Dunkirk" perfect flttum Dnu Shirte. On sale in all leading 1 urnlrthinif clothing and dry goods IIUUBCK in Dunkirk. DF. TOOMEY, 434 anil 436 Lion Btrcei. Dealer in Flour, revel, -alt. Baled 1'hoo- pnatav, etc. Eataklitheil, 1877. and Dinlni; Saloon, Union s to all trains and Inw- EKIJE HOTEL Ucpot. Easy acccas IneBB IH.UKJB. IhiBt acoommodationB for Com- John J. Murphy, 1'rop. EUI.KKM CO., 87 and 99 K, Third street .Tine Fnrnunre, Cabioe. Ware and Uj: bolstering. 1'icture Frames made to order. SHARP PRACTICE ON BOTH HIDES. Several Ammulaieiiti to the Speaker to Enter- tain HII Appeal from Mr. Springer. The the Builnen of Impel WAMIIMITHS, July 8.-The house met promptly at II o'clock yesterday and re- sumed tin- consideration of the federal election Mil, the pending question belna on the amendment offered by Mr. Tucker of Virginia, requiring the judge of the circuit court (associated with the judge of tin- disinct) to pass upon applications for supervisors of election. Mr Frank of Missouri said that hi was m favor of the bill so far as its scope was to ex Lend ihe operation of the supervisory system, hut lle opposed its scope so far as it proponed to obtain federal control of elections. He opposed the amendment because lie thought it sought to weaken the present law. The amendment was re- Jee-teHl. Mr. Unwell of Illinois offered an amend- ment making it the duty of the circuit indues in each circuit within one month lifter tht passage of this act to open a special term ef the aircuit court in their respective circuits; said judge to appoint for each judicial district three discreet persons of good standing to be known as United States juror commissioners. The duty of these commissioners to be to or- laniiu- as a board and from time to time Luke from the qniiliflvd voters a list of persons, who, under the laws of the United Klates and the .state shall he eligible for jury duly, without respect to race or color. The amendment also provides that hereafter all panels for jurors shall be drawn by tho board in the presence of a district and circuit jiuljce. Mr. Springer of Illinois opposed the amendment, declaring that its purpose WHS to pack the juries of the country with Itopnlilinui partisans.- It was the cul- mination of the outrage which was con- by the- bill. Air. rtoutelle of Maine declared that in hl.sopeiiitiK speech tho gciillrmnn from hcnith Carolina (Mr. HcmpliilJ) had pi-cm-hed the old doctrine of nullification, and he appealed to young and old in the North to declare that this sort of thing should come to an cud. Mr. Springer moved to adjourn 1ST. The bill was'ordered time by a vote Mr. Hemphill of South Carolina moved to recommit the bill. Lost. Mr. Coleman and Mr. Lehlbach voted wita the Democrats In the affirmative. Mr. Springer (having voted in the nega- reconsideration. The motion to reconsider yeas, 186; nays, UB. Mr. Outhwaite of Ohio moved an ad- journment, which motion the speaker ruled out as dilatory. Mr. Springer demanded the reading of the engrossed bill, but the speaker was prepared for this demand, the bill having been engrossed in advance and a burst of applause came from the Republican side when the reading the house PRssod the election 155 to adjourned. PATTISON AND BLACK. THE MEN PITTED AGAINST THE RE- PUBLICANS' CHOICE.- PATTISOS CHKERKD TO THE ECHO. bill- IN THE SENATE. WASHINGTON, July 8.-Senator Plumb, rrom the on public lands, re- ported to the senate yesterday a bill to d tor its The bill was to CT U. MATTESON CO., 301 Central Ave.. Leaders of Fanhion and Gentlemen OtUUttor U AKKI.I. STEAM HEATINU aanlaoturen Steam Ilcnling Ai.p.-irRtu Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. UMK 8TKAM n Onr snecialtioB: Fine Shirts. Kic; Collars Je, Cuffs 4c, i-nd CnrUins. Free Dolly A w. CummingB.'WlCciilor street. K- OEHM, E. Tbinl Bt., cor. ol ItitfTalo and dealer m Fine Boota A shoos KKW STORE, IDS E T 'i8t Book8- Stationery, Musical In- iiudweoklv I'nuora, to a Urst class book' specially. PKINTINO of every description ,lml at lowest living rates by Company. 8andlOB.8ecou.lSL JH. VAN BUIIEN SON, Fire life. Acciileul anil Ooncral IJoal- ere in Keal fcstau, Loans. I'arJicular attention paid to Iho ol property colloct- Ing Uentur St., 2nd llior. flJONKOB-a PHARMACY, 300 Central Aveaut Headquarters for Wall Paper Oils, Ac. PBKKINS, J. W., 201 Center street, Manufacturer and dealer in llurncoB Saddle HridlcM, UollHra ItulVnlo Kolic Hnrae Covers Ciloveie Mlttenaaml Sleuth Itolm Mr. Taylor of '1'eniiessec said that in his district there was no need for this law. Kraiid, intimidation and ballot box stuff- ins were unknown there. Hut he would not withhold relief Irom his fellow citizens who needed it. The duty of the hour wan for tho rep-rarntativca of the to invoke by luw mill tho strong riiiht of tho ftnk-ml and wield it until every man in every city, town, hamlet and precinct in every state, North, South, East and West, should be free under tho ling, and protected to (lie fullest the enjoyment of all his privil- immediate consideration passed. I.HIHKZ up nis .wo......unfit i.u reconsider tho vote by which the senate refused to recede from its amendments to the legislative appropriation bill. l he motion to reconsider was agreed to and after some discussion the senate ceaetl from its amendment regarding sen- dorks and their compensation, and tnc bill was passed and now goes to the president for his signature. The senate then proceeded to the con- hideratlon of tho two senate bills reported Ironi the committe on commerce, to place fue American merchant marine engaged in foreign trade upon an equality with tllatof other nations; and to provide for ocean mail service between the United Mates and foreign ports and to promote commerce. The other bill was a postal subsidy bill asm authorized the postmaster general to make contracts after advertisement, with the lowest bidder for carrying of United htates mails on American vessels. The first class was to be not, less than tons measurement, capable of maintain- ing a speed of twenty knots an hour No contract was to be made for carrying the malls between the United States and dreat Britain, except on that class of ves- Wllllaro H. Barclay of Unan- tor Secretary of Internal Affaln Fi-Govm-nor Pnttl- Aildreu to tho Manlfeited Throughout the Platform, ScnANTos, Pa., July S.-Ohairman Kis- ner called the Democratic .state con- vention to order at o'clock yes- terday Secretary Xead read the call after which the roll of delegates was called. Kverjthing went smoothly until lllair county was reached. There is a contest in that county ami the Piitthon men were placed on the roll. One of the contestants, Mr. Lumlis, demanded to be beard and said that I he names of the Pat- tison .mimed from Bl.uir were not the dele- gates. Jle WHS promptly called to order by the chairman and u scene of confusion Onlnr was, at restored aud tne Hinir men were sewed Hon. EcklcyB, Cox of Luzerne was chosen temporary chairman aud in his address he said men of all classes throughout the conntry, workingmen as well as business men, were trembling over the condition of affairs nt Washington. He added that Republicans as well as Democrats were concerned over the situa- tion and predicted a substantial success lor the Democracy in Pennsylvania next The appointment of various committees occupied considerable time. After the Blair men had been seated 1 hmrman Kisner said that the contest would be referred to the committee on credentials. It wns decided to refof all resolutions to nje committee on resolutions without de- bate. After appoiiitinn the various com- mittees the convention took a recess 2 o clock. NO 119 Gentlemen of the Convention, Fellow and Citizens-ln response to the invitation communicated by your committee, I have come among you to thank you honor conferred in se- lectmg me as your candidate for governor To lie the free choice of an convention such as this, is mfHuht din- tmction. I esteem your mM. therefore, at its highest worth when I fl-eat it as reir- the expressed will of Demo- cratic masses whom you reptesent, rather than the irksome and despotic behest of arrosant master. Thus viewed, I n- peat with all sincerity my gratetul appro- elation of your act in assigning me to th. post of leadership in the contest you now inaugurate on behalf of the people of the commonwealth, to rescue their govern- THE REALIZATION STAKES I EASY VICTORY FOR TOURNAMENT, THI AUSTRALIAN COLT. A WrNlSKR DT THIBTV LKNOTR8. HIs stable Comrwlon, King Not In It-Her Hlglme.. Second and Banquet p.t Very Poor Lut Llnlmony Shot Symptoms of and Other Raom. The Democratic party but assumes ita natural and historic position when it espouses the causes of the many against the selfish interests of the few. Its years of greatest vigor and supremacy were those when it was most faithful to the In- stincts of its origin ami the principles ef its founders. The period of its weakness and defeat was the time also of its shame- ful desertion of iho.se primary and uni- versnl truths which made it for so many jears the peculiar guardian of the inter- ests or the whole people alike; therefore, inspired and warned by the past, lei, us now highly resolve that keeping in view the commonwealth, ami us the soie of government and the only excuse for party we, the Democrats of Pennsylvania, WIU1 with power by the people, riuht prove that their by the our hands their interest, their cause, will no detriment. Inspired by a mission so noble, con- lav'a 1 y should "5 aside all personal rivalries and am- uly commenced falling about 11 o'clock yesterday morn- ing by the time the races began at Sheepshead bay the track was very heavy. Realization stakes for 8-year-olds 1 mile and 5 furlongs, was the feature of the day. The stake is worth abou t 000 The race proved to be no race at all. Sen- ator Hearst's.Tournament galloping in a winner by thirty lengths. Tournament was made the favorite! with Palisade sec- ond choice. Nine horses started. At the start Tournament took the lead and on passing the grand stand he and Rancocas Tournament iaorensod the in a bunch! lead on the far immunities and franchises by the uiiistittition guaranteed toeveryAmerican LKt'imldicaTi npplau.se.J Mr. Koweir.siiim'iidiiieiit was agreed to on a vote by 140; imj-H, 143. Considerable confuHion followed the an- nouncement of the vote. Mr. Outhiviiite of Ohio saiil the yens and inns had been demanded. The speaker .said the cleimmil was too late. The Demo- (ill rose to their feet, at the request of .Mr. Oinhwaite, to demand the yeas and imys, and the speaker su.'! if there was no objection the yeas aud miy.s would be or- lurecl. the amendment miys, 140. Mr. Jlemphill ofTerrd an amendment to section Iliof the bill to iusert the words 'except section of the revised statutes >f the rniied He explained that Jint neclinii of the bill empowurud the supervisor, to use the army and navy at liepiillsiindtlieiHii'iioseof his itmundment eliminate that provision. The yens mid nays were called and adopted, yeas, 150; w lhm well built the American ships. He had no doubt that if the bill became a law there would be in three years a line be- tween New York and Liverpool. A line of four ships under the hill would cost a year which be thought rea- sonable. A fourth class ship would re- ceive in bounty where a first class ship wou d receive M and yetthe dollar bounty would be better pay for the fourth class ship than tho for the first class It would less than Great Britain paid the Cunard line or the United Htates hud paid the Collins line. The wcond-class vessels were to have a speed of eighteen knots and to be first-class in every partic- ular. The third-class would of tons and the fourth-class of th run of steamers (neither woud of tons, such as would b the Unrriuean sea and the G All these vessels were to be taken cruisers ordinary nor steel) use.i to cross the Rnlf of Mexico. as ana- After recess the committee ou contested seats reported, giving Pattison a majority of the disputed votes. Ex-Postmaster Harrity was elected per- manent chairman. There was a storm of feeling over the u e con tested seats. It had been fought fiercely in committee and brought into the convention much bitterness. A proposition to give each of the Blair county delegates Imlf a vote ere- ated intense excitement. The Blair dele- gates fought, with great desperation and called the report an outride. The chair decided the 7-eport carried, but the liliiir men had their war paint on and insisted on pleading their cause after the decision tflnlT The wran- gle lasted a long time.. THE I'L.Vl I-OUM The Demoi oiioi-softhe party the determining voice ot the convention recalls us to our unties ,ts Democrats and us patriots A prominent official the nreHhluild of office once gave expression to thu wise sentiment: "He party best who serves his Recognizing serves his country best." ,y uttered ment of lessness to this principle, and for Its iu- iiimity at, at, present organized and in. to minister to the welfare of the whole people. Dnmiimted by a few artful and reckless pandering to tho greed politicians and I8..n, prerequisite t of any vital re- foini. Penu.sy vnuia, the seat of the most Ulensive exhibition of those evils ought to be made the rtiunymede of so baneful a a a assembling of l convention for tho purpose of .Mr. hi- bill had any sucli ellec-t. odge of Massachusetts denied that f 17 East Tlunl street riuhionable Tailor. Oentlcmcn tneir advantage to call on me before pui B. 88S Lian street Uvneral l.ca.l.Oila Paint Supnlles, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware A Jni ty Willisin. P..MII and R .n ti. ''tank-books, all klndii ol blauka done ut Dunkirk Printing Company, S and 10 E. Second SL RUDOLPH MOLDEM1AUEK, Uor.ThirU anil Buffalo Sis.. Dealer In Omnite. Marble. Piugf-in buying R IsXKI 7 and 9 Rant Front KtreeL Whisky, Wines, Brandies, General Liquor StorojorJ-amily ItOUEKT M-KAT, iV Lion street, near tho ,U. a.i I it WHS 'ens nays. Air. Sprimtir changed n, irom the aluVmativc to the uega- u-eand reeonsideratiou Of ths .Mr liowell moved to lay the motion on lu-taMeandU was agreed to-yeas, 158; .Mi- Springer moved to the lav the bill' ipouihe ta stating that hi notion to table the bill and amendment. The .speaker ruled the iriler. A Danquet to Lord Iteny. LONDON, July a The East Indian residents of London Kave a banquet to Lord Keay, ex-governor of th presidency of Huiulmy, last night. jje niinilier of prominent guests were preM-nt, ibree members of the royal family. The presence of the.se let I ter was much commented on, iu view of Lord Heay's strained relations with the government, greatly aggravated by his lordship's recent speech arraigning the ministry MS iucompctBiit and denouncinK many of tlmir act.-.. Lord Reay is a man abilities and it is surmised that neither tho royal family nor the aov- ernmentc-are to drive him Into action with the opposition through neglect or antagonism. h millions disburdened of the Ine uluu, of ex, ,-s sive revenues laid only for the production or a BUruliw which bccnnifa the-null ,if nartv site-s and public plundei-ers E Thml-Tlmt local lax reform Is neteswory in and township purpnsos inny ljt, ih.> j.nju.t agaui the fanner may relieved of the on the value of Ins farm and the j Ihc niortK.ih-e wl.lcb in.i) slanil ag, FlfIh-That we recur with pride to the ail- mini.slratlou of cx-1'resident tirnver flevo- land, .in, challenge comparison of aKu, ndrlltyaud InteKi-ity of tlml t on with variation and .t nipt surroiinrtlnits of thHt nnwln inmei li -That wu MII-II a u'i Itarel to the) niinaKc of silver as u ill K..leUnel s.lver ,-.....s ur treaiu'i-y notes rudeviuahlp in the .same. Seveintli-ThRt the to on tracloshould not be subject to the rcstrlr Ion of rae-e or aatii ity, hut should be ei.toved I'qually by the joutl, of the stale without J" .motion exeepi to merit. EiBbth -Tlnit wo dupree-atu and denounce inuqual appoitionmunt of rlKn-icts for Hi- .'lection of i-epresentattves in We occcii! 1: Democrat ic institutions. the impossi- this time the imitlcnlar issues now confronting the people of our state. It wil] be my privil- I to do thi, in n more formal and delib- In the meantime vigilance aud pru- lence in act and bv theSe should "esramt ne cannot and ouKht nor. tn compete with our opponents in the malig iiesa and sinister influences upon which their preseni nianageinent solely relies for retaining the power corruptly gained and tjraunically employed. If, ILS 1 venture confidentially to hope hall crown our endeavors, and uy tho people pledt-e you fidelity to the in- teie.sts of the comnioinvenlth 'and the tlmt in this way the success of nemocracy and good ment may go hand in hand. you have endeavors '.j nu me cause in which from'ai" to excuse me The niat-ks n that double (as GOOD SPORT AT TONAWANDA. Secmiil Of Trotting Knees. T..SAWAN-IM, N. V., July was the second day of the Luke Krie cir- cuit, races. The I rack was fust and four horses entered the S.-30 list, which proves thill lonawandii has one of the fastest mill milutrnoks In the country. Thoheats wtiri' Holly uontOHtwl 111 both races, and led fine sjinit. To-day's program A all i niifl a ran- tor 'lonawanda horses. Hell, Ham ,n a K'f) trotted a beautiful mile to sily H'aek record I did it a i'lclor_v yiiM1 choice' I.lzzIoS..' PUWW WOO: pllrse I'hjllisl'ahuer govern- ,ore extended remarks We accept tbe Issue of Qtmyism i eniU-n .1 by lies late Hiipiibliran stale c'cnneiition and we rraiBiitlic llepuhbeiin party it, usPrpa- ion of in thu ederal Kovernment the peoj.le aud the tales have not if ranted: for t, The r.ibllcain' Petition Rejected LONDON, July 3.-The parliamentary committee to whose consideration the .monster petition of the publicans in ,tavor of compensation was referred has advised the house of commons I to decline to receive it. Th J- HC (J 6C, thltt U hfts carefully finds mnn the report is based, are the obscenity ofiU .oiiit was sustained by the speaker Mr. appealed, but the speaker loclined lo entertain the appeal. Mr. Springer protested that this was the r-t time in the history of tbe government lint it motion to reconsider was not recog- Stoanmlilp Arrival, State andfl ola cHoliitnr in the c-lmir of the tudurnl IIOUM. of owcrtu leuibhilc for the whole lts lavish and i xpondlture cit puhlu. tnr it, throiiKh tin; lull Ini-ri.iu.tB tin. m-ce redtiresonh Ihosu of its HuIifterciiCB to th The platform adopted. _ Chairman Hnrrity thnti non> inations for governor were m onlcr At 8 p. iu. .IiidKo is of Centre bounty nominateil William K SteimiT in.mipntca Ilobort E. Pattison amid wil! Mr. Dewalt nomiuated Hobert K county. atiii Mr. Hensef and Mr nalu they were preparing to catch i expressed tlieir regrets at not to appear before the conven- e-lieers were given fo' ami the convent! c n- .il I GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. M tee.l.. Order Has Tho Situation at Heli. LONDON, July a -Order has been re- in Leeds, but, parties are nrrn as ev of was ul itsi-lf i.son -Hsul' "ia- W. U. Hensel and Cliaunccy P. Black were also nominated. The roll cull was fulloiml with intense interest. Mr. Pattison was nominated on the first ballot. When tin- vole notinced the convention bonrse. The ballot srood- IJitt Wallnae, 132; AVright, 11; jh Black, 10; not voting, 1. Mr. Pattison's nomination was made unanimous. John J. Maloney of Philadelphia nomi- nated Channcey p. Black for lieutenant governor, and Delegate Steel of named Robert E. Wright and W F Collins named Hannibal K. Sloane of liamv The ballot stood: Black 191- iVwgbt, 1ST; Sloaue s. lilack's nominal ion was made unanimous. William H. Barclay of Pitt.sburg was nominated for secretary of internal affairs acclamation, In the meantime a committee had gone o bring ex Governor Pattison before the orrvention. This committee returned with the nominee of the convention just as the other committee was leaving the onvuiition. Pattison was given an ova- tion from the time he entered the door until he stood on the platform ready to uddress the convention. After quiet had restored Mr. Pattison said- er ami the prospect of a ioii of violence in these gatherings police confine themselves to keep- promising. A commiin-e of the gas com- pany heir a conference with a deputation of the strikers in ...ideiivor to arrive at an iigiwment nneler 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 re- fiisiil of the other to modify tbolr de- mands, no conclusion was. reached and the meetuiK fuljoumed. An effort was made to have the dispute arhilrnted, but even this proposition was unfavorably received I here is much public sympathy with the strikers, and groups of angry and excited townsmen are constantly forming in the streets to discuss tho situation and de- nounce the gas company. There is no siiLrijcsl jou of vicjlene-e in these ir.ie-.lm .-mi! th inir the streets open to traffic. It is that the formal transfer of Heligoland to Germany will be attended by an elaborate naval display, prepara- tions for which are already making. The are gaining much sym- id by their pathetic plead- ings to be allowed to remain British sub- jects. Thi-British national anthem was sun? with fervor by (lie assembled peculation on the recent IniidiiiB of Governor Barkly aud the islanders crowded around him vi lib wiger pleas not to be given over to Oennauy. Nearly every house is con- "..icuotisly decorated with the British colors Their case, liowe-ver, is considered be [-elosa, as it is impossible to organize a distinct party opposition to the measure iu parliament, many members of the Liberal party bei'titf in favor of the cession. The Wnt End Elevated Road Wins, BosToy, July senate yesterday Trotting at POTOIIKEKPSIK, N. Y., July was a small attendance at the trottluK races at the Hudson Hivcr Driving park yesterday afternoon. The track was in good condition for trotting The summaries are as follows: class, trotting, purse J j S-M class, trotting, purse Clayton............ Mil Neil-wood...... ...............J i i Rally........... J Harry East...........................2 J Sarah H........ Best time, s Chicago Kacei. CiiKjAuo, July a-Flrst race yesterday H mile: Rramblebnsh first, Woodford second, Bon Marrbo third; time Second race, 1 1-lfi milos: Rival nrst bymuast second, third; time, H7 third race, mile: Prittit Hint, Silver 9ectmU' King Solomon third: THE ROSES ARE BLOSSOMING. oxo- aiui are all invitml to call and ex- ainine my stock and prices tall or spring delivering of all kinds of nursery utock, Dutch bulbs, etc. Th. F. Vandermeulen, Cor, Eagle and 7th 8ls., Dunkirk, N. Y CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of Prices arc at Solomon TO Workmate third; time, 1.-45X. Fifth taue, a miles: Outbound first HyPOU'lte second, Spokane third; time, _ NOMINATED BV ACCLAMATION. Maine Democrats Name Thniiipaon for gove Wllllum P. Hcligolnn.lfrs pathy in AUfll'BTA Mo July hundred and eighty-five delegates were present at the Democratic state convention. M P Frank of Portland presided. Theconvemion spent, the time, till 2 p m. in discussing the insertion Into the platform of a resolution submitting to the people again the question of license or prohibition. The resolution was adopted after a stormy debate by a vote of 145 to Following this vote, William P. Thomp- son of Belfast was nominated for governor by acclamation. Equal to any in the city, aud at prices that will pay you to see him befoi s purchasing. Nominated. president WASHINGTON, July 3.-The sent to the senate yesterday the following nominations for postmasters: New York- William J. Ogborne, Cutekill; C. S. Wood, H' Wood- Hamburg Fennel, Dun O. H. passed the West En4 Elevated Meadvllle; W. P. Bneh railroad bill as it came from the Louse. Jf Ramsey, Wayne. _ We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather4Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine cany a complete line of NKT- TLETOPSFine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting aud stylish shoe, try a pair of this make.. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow 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. AMICI1ICAN BLOCK. 3DG-402 Main Street. BuflFalo, N. Y SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is: "Second to None." Wo wish to be second to none in your service. Try us and sec. We wish to impress upon our out of town friends, in view of tho proposed changes in the tariff and the probable increase in the cost of nearly all kinds of dry goods, thai the month of June will be turn month for them to shop. were never lower than they present in our store. If the proposed tariff bill prices must go up. a are offering splendid bar gains in sateens and ginghams and summer wash fabrics of all kind.. i'lic balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen's hluo mixed shirt, and drawers iu medium weights, at We. per suit. Gentlemen's Ball.rlggan underwear 50c. per suit. Gentlemen's hluc angola shirts and drawers at 25c. each, 40c. goodi. Ladies' Jersey vests u low M lOc each. Ladies' balhriggan vest, with lace trimming, only I6c., worth 25c. Good grade Jersey vests at 25c. -each White and black lisle thread Jewey" vests at 75c. each. Silk vests, all colors, 7Sc. each. Linen prices will be considerably ad- vanced If the tariff is changed. Our prices arc much below even current prices, aud we aro selling floe clolhn napkins, D'Oylcys, lowcis, etc., at rare bargains New styles in parasols. New stylen in glovcn. New Jtyles in hosiery. Ueadquartcrsjn Buffalo for (Carpeta, Hugs, Uraping and apholslerinftf.brici' ill AMERICAN UIXJCK, MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, H. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street] Manufacturer and Importer, MAIM ST., BUFFALO, JCr T. Diamonds, DEALKB IB Watchtai and Jewelry, ClockOllTcrwarc, Leather Qoort., etc KSORA VlNO, A COMPLETE LINE OV 304 MAIN 8TRKET, BUFFALO. N. Y. Go toMonroe's for Curtains and Fixtures ;