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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 9, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX REPRESENTA TIVE TJSINBSS HOUSES B OF DUNKIRK. RULING MACHINE Jor rullnK all kinds ol blanks ix the lirte'it audition to he Mechanical Department of TKKKIFIC CYCLONE LEXAMDEK'S Coal .and Wood A. Central Avenue, opiionite Nickel 1'latc Depot. All grailCA ot Hard and Bolt Coal, Lumber, Shingle' anil l.nth. Free iellv r Correspondence for wholesale lots cited. K. GIFFOKD, and 225 Central Avo. Artistic I'hotOKraiilicr. Iribtantancouf Photographe of liabic-i u Hpeciulty. Slttcrh need not wait tor sunshine extent for (xtbics. BOOK IIIVI.NU, I'm- pnctor, No. Hi E. Second street, nciir ISilJ- street, Dunkirk, N. Y. Mu lie, Pamnulete, etc., bound in all styles. Onlerf promptlj atteniJeU to. All work guaranteed. BUKCHEU'S CKOCKKKV HOUSE, Central Avenue. Wtioleoale and retail dealer in Uojiorterl anil domestic China. Glaaswure, HOTJKL, V> per day. LiTery and Hoarding Stable in connection Victor Killer, M5 and Lion Blrect. 1ITY BAKISKK SHOP Chas. Nagle, tJniler Lake Shire National Hank, cornni Center anil Thini streets. A line stock ol ir'oreian and Domestic Cigars. Xis center street, actical horae-shocrB. Particular attention to interfering horses. Shoeing ol road trotting horses a upcmalty. I -v EVENINO OttSEKVKK. Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNKIRK ENGINEERING COMPANY. Formerly Sellew Popple. Manufacturers of Kngmes, Boilers, Pulleys, SbafUDg Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forguigs, Castings, and Machine Work to order. DUNKIRK SHIRT CO., 2O3, 203 and 207 Center street, Manufacturers ol the 'Cromwell" and ''IJunkirk" perfect Uttlng Dress Slnrts. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk, DF. TOOMKY, 434 and 436 Lion street, .Dealer in salt, IJaled Hay, Phos- phates, etc. Established, 1877. EKUK HOTK1, and Dicing Saloou, Union Depot. Ktmy acceea to all trainn und bus- meRft houses. Ueat aecummoiiiitions lor Com- icercihl Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. EHLKKH H CO., 97 ami K. TinrJ street. Fiue Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- aolfttertng. Picture Frames made to order. D. HATTESON CO., r 301 Central Ave., Leaders ol Fanluon and Gentlemen OuttHters a AKKLJ, STKAM HKATLNO amitttclurers of Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. OMK STEAM LAUNUUY. Our specialties: Fine .Shirts, Itn (dollars, ic; Cuffs, 4c, aiid Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A W. Cummmgtf, '207 Center street. TI K. OEIIM, B. Third St., cor. ol liiiffalo Alaautucturcr aud ilcalenu Ir'mo Hoots A Sli HENICY TVEILKIC'S STOItK, KB Ii. Third at. (tonka, stationer} Munical In- itrunDCnta.MaKazinyd.DnilymiinVackly Sapors, everythii'K iicriiiinuif; to ji lirst book diore. bohooi Bouks a aiKjcially. JUB PKINTlNtl ol every mill at lowest living ratei liy i'ruiting Company, 8 anil 1'J K. secoiul bt. -SHORT, UKUSiYK BATTLE. THE BELFAST SPIDER PLAYS WITH BUFFALO'S PET. CONNORS KNOCK EASILY. FlRliI LuHt-i'I'Hflip tllutte-i, Neither Contestant Any I'nnlhlmiftut Woith Made a Game Fight, but the Company Wan Too Speedy for Miittnrn In tint Spot-ling World. BUFFALO. .Inly Weir of Bonon, tne Belfast Spider, and James Connors, instructor of the Buffalo At hid ic Hub, fought before tlm Krio County Athletic club last night for n purse of of which J'i.'iO went to the loser. Two-oir.ice gloves were used. Weir won in I lie tlnrd round, knocking Connors eoripletely out. Weir was seconded by Torimy Warren and Ed Smith, the Denver heavy wr-ight, ntii] Connors was looked afler by Mike Quiiin of Xew York mid Oo--ge Brinlnell of Buffalo 'I'he referee wfi'i W J Sulli- van, official referee ol the club. Promptly lit W-'H o'clock Weir stopper] Into the ring attired in green trunks and red stockings. He looked abeool and con- fident as it hi' had comn there merely to be presented with the purae, and he brought with him a smile thai, never left his face throughout the contest. Connors entered the ring ten minuteq later amid the enl husiastic cheers of his lie wore flesh colored trunks and half hose. He looked satisfiod with him- self, but it could rcudilv bn seen he did not underrate the tusk he had before him. He chewed persistently on a piec.5 of gum while. Weir held a piece of straw between his teeth. Time was culled ut o'clock and it was light fronl the of First landed on Connors' ribs; tried an upper cut, which fell short and then landed on the face. A sharp rally followed with honors about even. When the second nund opened both men sparred cautiously, playing fror an opening. Weir Innclen on Connors' face and in the counter slipped down. He arose smiling and mude a rush. Sharp infiifhting followed. got in on Weir's left eye and cnt, tb-j skin over the cheek bone. Weir countered on Connors' jaw. Juthe third and last round Connors rushed Weir on the ropes. There was a sharp rally, both men tie! ting sharp cracks in the face. Weir danced about like a jumping jack and eared to be making sport of his antagonist. This called forth some hisses trom the crowd and Weir set- tled down to wm-U. A sharp interchange of blows followed, and then suddenly Weir's riifht shot outward and upward and caught Connors under the left jaw on the jugular and Connors went down, stunned. Weir's second counted ten seconds and claimed the fight. Connors was then staggering to his feet and the claim was not allowed his second buck and said. "Keep bin k there; I'm doing this lighting He stood calmly waiting for C'nnnois Income to the centre and showed no desire to punish him more than neces-ary. Connors squared off again and Weir walked up to him and giving him ft half blow, hall push on the neck again sei.t him down. Connors failed to come up in the required leu sec- onds, and Weii was declared the winner. He walked over to Connors. a'-M-lcd him tori.se and shook hands with him The light last just, twelve minutes. Then-suit was a complete surpiisoto the spec-tutors who hail paid ad- mission fee and was eon'-idei-able of a dis- appointment. The comlin.m of the. mem led mosl of (hem to believe tint I he, fight would occupy at least t u ent rounds, but fiom the mnim nt the men faced each other it was l-.irlv seen that Connors was ontclas-ed anil stood In tie chance of win- Ding There was hi tie betting done at the ringside, the Connors party keeping shv. era, U.4UO; chestnut oull'bj Vc-ui.ji.aui- out of Fiiu Fun, to Dwyer Brothers, rJ.OUO; chestnut colt by Ventilator, to Dwyer Brothers, Kai-iiii; at Moinnontti J'ark. MoNMuriu ['AUK, .V. I., July race Jeslenlay, mile: Hcjii U lii'st, second. Kenwood find: time, [This beats HMI "IPIC'S rccoid for that distance bv !1 sei ond- Sucoiid nice, the II', m fill stakes, for 2- year-olilu, mile: Id -lion first, 1'ick- nicker second, liolcio Ihi'd: time, Third rate, tiie I, rd "takes, for IJ- I year-olds, miles: Tor-o HIM, Tourna- ment second, ihn-d. lime, Fi.uitb ra'e, 1 '-s nio l.ongstreet fii-t, Uiablo second, Mm klon t hird; time, I: l-'itlh race, mile: llormuda first Cor- lection second, Kelipse iliiid. time, Sixth race, mile. Carrie C. first, Vardec second, Kaymond third, time, July -r'lisi lace yesterday, mile: Vallera (iisi M rabeau second, (ilcn Hush third; time, Second race, 1 1-Iti miles; llobespierre. first, Flyaway second, Kl rnria third; time 'I hird race, the slake- for olds, 1 mile- IP go (irst, hi irnevstone second. L.nlv lh i 1. t.me Fourth race. 1 mill- and Heron first, Prophecy second, 15. third; time, I Fifth raie, mile heats; first heat: Luke view lirst, Del mar second, Pat, Sliced y tliiid. lime, I1C ,l i eond heat: Lake view lirst. Pat jsheedy second, Delmar thiid, Di-lar third; time, DUTIES OF CITIZENSHIP. Ail Interesting PapiM- Read Hcfoi-f) tile Tc-ai-liers' Cnnvf lit ton "siu-atORH. SARATOGA, N. V., July 0. -fti the after- noon session of (lie State con- vention a paper of ahsoibing inieiest was read by Hon. Willinm A. [Josf of C, niton, civil service commissioner, on the subject: "Is special training in the schools for pol- itical duties of praitleal'-" In part Mr. Post said: The public school is supported by taxation, ami common sense, as well as considerations ol value to the body politic, would seem to require a nou- partisan education upon the lines of political economy, if any be given. In other words, instruction, if given at all, should be upon the living questions in- separably connected with the constitu- tion. Mr. Post's paper was a powerful plenin behalf of acaieful, comprehensive and systematic understanding of the duties of In the discussion of the paper which fol- lowed, Superintendent A. G. Slocum of Corning made an address somewhat in opposition to the views entertained bv .Mi- Post Principnl Cbanning Stebliins of Brook- lyn differed In but one particular from theories advanced by Mr. Post He be- lieved I hat no harm would result fiom school instruction in the tnritl and oilier important questions upon which voters are widely dn iued. The following named were put in nomi- nation as oflicers of the association for the ensuing year, the election occurring to- day: President, .lames M. Milne, Oneonta; vice presidents, A. G Slocum! Corning; Julia Richmond, New York; Klla L Hi. b.irdsoii, Auburn; Wayland i Steams, Mohawk; recording secretary, A. W. Morehou.se. Potsdam; Will Haudnck, Snratoga; assistant recording A. M. Waterville; transportation agents, George A. Cooper, New York; j Harvey C. Camp; superintendent of ex- hibits, John F. New York; i treasurer. C X. Cobb, Oneonta; executive I committee (to fill Chanriing i Stelibins, Brooklyn; Charles F Wheelock, Canajoharie i REPORT DEBATED IN THE SENATE. f AROUND THE BASES JH. VAN IHJHKN SON, Firo. Life, Accident and General Insurance. Deal- ers in Ucal Estate and Loans, i'arlicular attention imid to the c ire ol itrupi'rty collect- ing rents Ac. 219 Center BL, '2nd lloor. Vf ONROK'S PHARMACY, 800 Central Avenue Headquarters lor Wall I'apcr Pa.nt Oils, Ac. PERKINS, J. W.. 209 Center street, Manufacturer amldwuU-r in Ilarnesfa.Saddles, Bridles. Collars. Buffalo Kobea, Horse Covers Gloves Mtttcns ami Sluigh It alien. PSCHOLTKS, 17 East Third street Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will 1ml it to their advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. PB. OAKY CO., 8.'i3 Lion street General Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special- ty of Williams Faint ami Monroe range. UULING, such ns blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, d and 10 E. Second St. RUDOLPH JUOLDENHAUEK, Cor. Third and Buffalo Su., Dealer in Granite, MarWe, Finggtng and Building Stone. Call on me before buying your side-walk. K ISLET ft CO., 7 aad 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. ROilEKT Lion fctreet, near ttie depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable lerina. AM J. GIFFOKD, 301 Central Ave. O General Insurance and lluitl Eetatc Agent. Fire, laic, Accident, and Live Stock insurKiice. Prompt attention given to buying anil selling Kcal EslJitc. C. 75 K. Third st, cor. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt anu Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters am. Poultry, W 7 ATCHKS, JEWELKX. "Buy the Aurorn Railroad Watch. Hepairmg a specialty. Frank Stapi. S3 E. Third st M. MOCKEK. At Hii-lrm n. E fin-ir-Mi..... i i i 4 o (i n (i n- 7 11' 4 C'leii-liiml. 1 h n ll o 1 il 17 10 Hiillcrii--, [tiiiliuiin-iu. Muililcn einrl Kelly; Onilwr mill I'myiii... -Matlhuivs mid I.ou-li. At I'lillaili-lpliln Ki PlilliiiU-lplim l 8 n n n 1 4 Pituhma. i i ii ci d o i-m 10 s Kin-ll iunl C'l-u-t: Sltiloy iinrt Qiliim. Umpire, .TOUCH iiiul Kulglit. At New-Ynrk n. n. New York ..a (i i s i 4 i! 2 i ii a o-in 8 5 Hrttli i-n-s- C'rnni', Hatlii-lil n "1 ICuinrj: Ki-efe and Miick. rnipiri--, Mii-riilun nml ClnflTnev. At Biooklyn- n. n. K. Brooklyn (l n 0 I (l d n n 1 2 4 Si CbicBKo........II I 4 n n n o s 11 4 Dah; Kineaml Kur- rell. Unn'ii-os I-'i ran-on iinil Ilolbcn National r.i-afiio. At Boston n. n r Boston.......4 I 1 n I n n Pill-huiL'......0 II II I II II (100-102 'u. i mir-t'; linker, Bow- man and Decker. 1'mnire .McQtifuie. At I'hila.l.-lphin K. riniiiilclpliiii. .1 tl II 0 1 ll 3 3 1-017 21 Cinemmiti il 0 0 u u l '2 l 4 4 I Butu- and Foreman aiul Ball, win. ni h. At Xuw York n. E. New York.....1 C 0 (I (1 0 1 0 0- 2 (1 4 ClucHEO. II 1 0 0 (1 1 1 0 T 8 Hrttivtitt, ami Hiu-kley; Lnby and I j At Brooklyn- n. II. E. Brookhn .4 :i n n o n n n 7 s i i Ch-M-l.i'id.....1 I) (I I) (1 l) (l 0 (1- I! 8 1 I rivrnitl'c-rs and Clark; Wads- worlh iiid Xmimur. ncrmott. American At n. jj. ..d i ii i o n n o ;i- 5 o n 1 0 II 1 0 0 I, ID t Haiii'iK's Knntiss anil trconiidr; Hnri mid rn.pircs- uud Uoc-cln-r. Al K 0 1 (I 1 n 0 7 P (1 0 (l 0 1 0 2 4 il Baitirlcs- Sirattnn and Ujan; MeJIahon and At St. H H F s'- n II 2 ii 4 o 0   J.. .iniy n _A REWARD! W E will pay the above reward for any cast ol Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache Indigestion, Constipa'tiun or Costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Tills, when the directions are strictly complied ysith. pi ve satis-faction. Sugar Coated. Large boxea, ctmiamtng 301'ills, '25 cents, Beware of coun- terfeits, and imitations. The genuine manu- lacunxJ only by JOHN C. WEST CO. Sod. by Mox I'HAKMACY.D kirk, N. Y A Stfninshlji'Tnrnfi Up. NF.AV YOUK, Jul) missing stoam- i number of ihonm-iil.nHl tlu' nt KinS- property ot A. ,f. ut H r ;lamH1Ctt' l hc crew greatly 'era WITL- Mihl voMcui.-u tlu-m to a Allure to reach worelny colt by ollt of imp. wi_account of rough weather. Norboniic, to J. M. Milling buy' colt by lie ii oui lo Jeter i bay dllv m.su-atford out' of Tarn, to HiuiliiTx hrowu t-ult by imp. Moii-nu r .mi nf Suot-t liome, IJroiluM-s. clicstnut colt by Ventiidtor uut of 'i, IM Dnyer Bioth- Parade of Striking Cloak Makers. Ni-.w YOUR, July striking cloak makers paraded yesterday to call public attention to their misery. The demon- stration was orderly and resulted in a con- siderable contribution to the strike fund. THK MATTKR F'KKIILY 'JlsCL'N-sKH. Mt. Liven u R Ulll AfifRhnf tlio Mr. fiheniuiii uud LxjilHliiit the l-ii-porl Tin- Ffoimn to Senate to fur (In- Ad- o! Wyoming. July i) Iri tin- scii'itf yi-iir'irn foiifercncc rcpni 1 on ihp vii >.ll! -Kid Mr. Ye-t >l.iti'f] Hi? i -oils I c- .hoiiM '-nU' iiLrfinst 11: fi i' ni jnr i( y of 1 he RCMI- a in- for the fnjc cj i i M lijit i hi- i i riice rcjMirt i'll i I ji.- v ii .'1 i iii'f rrtin- ;i i i i i 'c' i ii' 1'ii'it t n had been pi-, -t p ni ]_, finish I fill fir r tdf d i u MISS 1 n see ji n 'i h'Mii ui i par ii} hi-i l in iu inirtnK HS intu.fy ne 'uK. Hi like t h" i irin- li'-n xt'-en ounces nt Mlver li-nn 1 1 rch.iM' MM oiMic-e jind ii'li'Mi n n nn n c" of jiold di i Id coul nine (as j t pn-stTir) to pnrHr-isp sixiepn ounceb of H c rfJid flic olot-inLT of the ion of thn fi-iferencp hill uif b'Mii'4 the 11 ic ol tin- I'ml cU r-isi! tn luuiiitaiii thf two metals punty with f ai'fi otlici' njKiii jm it-lit I'iitm, or jut io n-. ih.n h" i''c-1 ml 1 huL in i ;n jon Ii.ui beon i-.-cr.c-l s li luul injef ted int o --tomac li uf t he bill. Jt had biitMi put, in, hi- sniil. for the pur- df saving to tlie i department thiMMintil silver caint' lo a jiarity with It siiunld pay uut and the pub- lic business -lnuilti be nuducU'd on a lusK. Jle vvoul'l never vote to maintain and c nut in lie t liar [jracLice. Ho had navfr 1 ''a -.i'vcr man" for the purpose) siUei1, or of its iirice. Ho was that aad all oi hup forms .subsidy. Thu confereuce bill give an market (or .silver, but tlie jn'incifjlt' wJiic'i flip senate the iiu-taN should be a been trivpu uw.iv in that bill absulnlcly and coiiiph'tflv. Mr. fVk'1 expressed his concniTcnce in the cniieln- ion roar-lied liy Mr. Vest. He could nol tlin rnnfpivrtce bill Mr MM i in dt-ti'iidt-d and ex-plained Mif coiili-K 'n n'poii. Tlitj qneisiun had arisen in the cnnK'tvnre commit tee, lie id, whet her the t houses could be loan in-nt on the 1 bills liieni resjieH i v In the first seclion of t heron lei t he of the lii-st 'I the bill liud been retained somcv- h ii. but t amount o! silver lo IK- piu-t l, -cfl had bt-en in- crcasetl. Much to in- it had bron h'M-'dat a larger iUipiunl than the entire Ami f.can product ot MU'er. It had been made in indalnrv (not permi'-sivei ini the secret an- ot the to buy f MiO.OfH) ounci s of siU er .irn in on' li. hu-h -il 1 he ;ni ounc" for i> to 1) nnuM amounl t u i he t aimut ser milli'Mi-in in-f.-ury nol'- "Ihi !i _'a! tender in huire I, and ilie senate bi I! had bi i n hai (j II eivnl and hat indiht (jne-t'on had come no in con ti re nee whet her it u on Id be o deprive of I'niKd f-t of the to con: i ,.rt tor pay.ni ni conl ra  in uold 01 11'itiLC ll had, tlien-fore, been i. ncin con I h it he t iv i-urv to he K-ned lor Mlvci like tlie silver dol- lar, u Inch r. ris h.jM'd on, should be tender fur all nublic and pri vat e. whci'c o; In'ru ise sfim n hi led in i he (-mt i ,ifl. The me Jaii-e wn- to b< IK-! nd in he III i i11 11'' senator from t link there IM d.-nycp of the ct ai of t he tri'a-u i fa dim; to IHIV -1 oiini es ol sih, pf.r niniuh, it he C'iin uel it at Jess than pai, a- piovided in tlic it( iIJ Mi the slightest. Tlip sen.ite fMMiio! legislate on 1 h" ich-a that the iifllrvis oC the will not ext'ciit" iltflaw. ba- been made lire the -eei e- tan i In- t r i i It ink a -inule eon fen i i-n ei' h.'i i ii t bt d i in TIL; the confi renci- The prp M' o( tli I niled will do what lie tbii'K- n i-, In- botmden duty to do untie r liis clihu'ii ion. As to hi-- -eek- to iiiflueiH e me. 01 my seeking lo m- (lueuc'O him, ili.it i- i at liei beyoiid the bounds .if rea-oi) Mr Vunrhe.'s tbut in the piaelice of bis prof.-ssion be d leaded a packed jniy. 'I'he alinnl thecon- fnrence lull no' or the (leasin !d t he but that ev( ry MM t ion n the bill tc.tvp a disorctiiin to tl'  Me a.s wiped out in ihe rej.ori of ''oidci enr-e commit l ee and hen senates a- asked to recede, to ro gu b.u-k and to leavo the wliolc quest on in the hostile department. IK1 should not vote for the bill Mr. Toiler said that, miicli as lu dis liked the adojition of a hnlfu ay m ensure, a measure tliat ihnarted ihe the pt'opk1, (nv fi't'o aud imlini'iLMl of -Jlver, he was compelled to support (he (.onfcrence bill as the onh '-ill which tuuld bi'iiig relief to thp po M le r'.e United States ior thu next feu months Congress as-emble in .December aexl, and, if the did network nell. il could be reformed iif'it -session Jle restrained by the courtesy due to another body (the house of representatives) from exprebsiny his ojiiuion with regard to its aourse. He would however, 1 hat nothing done in that body, on the subject of the silver bill redounded to the honor of the American name. The budy which had been considered the body of the American poo- ple liad aholulply flaunted in the face of the American pL'oMri ilio deiiinnd made upon them by strt-et, public sentiment. The senate, he said, had been caluminatod and not only in the public bin in the house, of and the bill had bem described as having beeu got up in the ia- charged ti.al then- as an i-M< iisr, e in the nncicsL ol nker. lie Mi 1 ler) denied it There had been no lobby in r-31 her honsr- i n the interest of silvci. but Hun- had bei-n sin h pressure upon oonu'rr-s as had been bioii'.lit np.n it ut i h is s, c to delc.it ihr- In f u'. silver. Hi- bellfved I'm n was imiMi-smle to sfciire the free T ol silver at the present session, not ill n he did not believe Unit there was a majnriu m its or i'i the house ol ives. hut un- der a system whieh he could not speak oi patient the ol' that majority was stifle I and could not be heard. And it never would be heard until the people of the I'niled Mates sliould send (o that bodv and to the scmitc men who were, williiiL'to repres, nt I hem, and to repre- sent them in sjiti- ol Ihp exterior influ enies In ou-fhl to 1-c-ir upon them: men who were able to withstand the ridicule ol mclropo] Ian press, men who were able to wit list ,md I he which the money power ol ihe count ry knew so well how- lo bring to bear: men who were able lo wiihsi and i influences ot I head- mitiM I.IIPHI ami were v.illmg lo forego the executive, tor I he pur- pose ol doing i hat which they considered to be The conlercnee report, or ooiiiproini-c. was not sat isf.ictoi y him. lie hail mil expected that it "onid be. Nothing would lie satisfactory l o him save free coinage of silver That, was thuonly logical way to dispose of (he q'teii-ion. It was the only way that it would he ever selllccl Tlii- conference lull was, al the a Icmporury expedient, us the libind bill had been, ami ill.- would be vexed with t he lest ion as mile ii us t lie present oonures-, was. Mr Georep asked Mr. Teller why the provision h id been put into I lie bill, thai t hi- m mini i in er coinage, of two mill- ions a moid li should he disconl inued after July I, IS-M, il the secretary of the treas- ury thought propel1 Mr Tr-lh i replied that he could not gheam n i-on lor M, but In-supposed that that was HI ot her com prom isp. lie had n tide a calculation as to I IIP In of c, rieucy (hat would take place tinder I he-1 on ferencc bill. The purchase ounics of silver at yi-sterdnj 's price, sf (M per ounce, would require the issue of TDO.Oni) in treasury nnles. At, per f. 'nee the amount of t In- t reasnry mites to issued wonhl be per month- al at Jl.SJU, io, 100, (Kill, and par per month, or DIM) i jc'.ir. The dis iission was int crrnpted at o'clock UIR bill went over without Hi-lion; tin sc-nale ig from tlml sub- l'ec! (o tin-inemoriarr.M-n ise.s in respec! to the- me, ot the late Heprcscntative fiiKof Ne v York Hi' -oik olT-'re-l l In1 resolution of sorii.w aid sMnp.nhy and cU-lnered a brief eilhe .V r. on hees of Mr. Cox as one nhn-c lirf was IIHI- from stain, speck or blemi-h, -i, .1 t-t ive mcnhtlh, mor ally and p iv-n ,-lly. a man who laughed il.'ingei in In- and the law of ivhose being w -is j Mr. Sin--in ui piid hi- tribute to Ihe private ai d ii'iln lilp of Mr. Cox, and was, ai times, so to be Ion ed to pait-e f ml mastered his cmoiion. Alter ai die- Air. Vest anil Mr Dixou. Mr i-iih-.fi eil Mr. Cox. Il w.cs u..! i ot.hti d, he s.ud. liiai Mr Cox had seivei the sfili t'-ri-i bin hood up I Irit he had la hoi ed lor he and loved hei; l hal for i el .mil 11 ieo.'si i lf and man- kind, he d ,1 w hat eliobied and il him. and li it he w.ts eiiroihd on the list ol those whose memory men would not Wllbmfly s. ilu to p l-s out ol notice The resolution w.i i-ilopi -d. and a- a iurther mail I I he si nale adjoin.....1 IN' T.'ir not HIS. Julj :i -In house yes- t-niav II- lioifi is made the poinl ili.i, t n- H.., no quorum 'l ne r counted but I'.'M nu i ,nd on nn inn ol Mr. Mi l-Cmlej ol l II ol ihe house was on 11 red I'm '.led and eiL'hlv lour members iinswiH-1 to Ihi ir names .md thejoiiin.il of Mean' n ppici edmL's was read Senate iniendments were concurred in the bill for the admission ol the sfate 111 Y, nn in_;  -i.cm'iig to cut n swath through the IO.MI 'I'.MI fret wide The belfry of tin M- -h .i-- -is blow ii off and I'-ll upon Chester Mian's house. Mrs. Mian- was terribly crushed by the fulling of the root, which collated under the weighl ol the In ll'ry. Sin- die. s'.-i-eie IJnln Sloi-in in Illflilq-iin. Ciint.i-M, Mich. July A severe r.i n'tm-'ii, aci by a gulp from t'i mi-l Invest, struck this city Monday tr M di.ing cKiisii'ci.-i'i h> dnninge lohiiild- in 's. feii-'es and l r, and leveling the c' o  cost, of nciu-ly all kinds "oodft, thnl, tlie nionlii .l-.iiiij will be raontli 1'or them lo 1'nce-, were never lowei lluui (ley art; at preseiit in our store. If the proposed tariir hill pusne-i. puci s must up. We Hpleiidid liar gains in saluoiif- :ind siiiniiiur wasli [aliricH of all The liala of our Kpiing block of cloaks :ne .selliu-r clictip. We, quote tLe, lollowiiijr bargains in underwear: Guutl'Micii'ii lilue luixeii .'.hirts ami drawcrH in incilium weights, al fiOo. per suit. Oenlleineii's HuHjriggun unilcrwear SOc per tjtiil. Gentlemen's blue shirts titul drawers at ouch, -lOc. goods. Lailics' .Icrsi-y vests as low aa lOc. fiacli. Ladies' hniljtiggan viast.s with lare Iriinining, only worth (Jood gni'le Jur'-cy al, each. White anil hlack lisle ihnml Jc-ricy veslH til 750. citcli. Silk vefits, all coli.r.s, each. Linen prices will lie (xmtirfarxtjly ail- vanceil if the tariff is chunked. Our prices tire much Ijelow even ciirnnt prices, and we tire selling napkins, U'OylcyK, lowula, etc., at rare hiirgiiins New styles in paramos. New style-i in gloves. Now hlyles in hosiery. HeadqiitirterHjn liuiralo for ,Cafftels, lings, it AMERICAN liUJCK, MAIN HTRKET, BUFFALO, N. C.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIN ST., N. Y. IN iniHoiid.s, Watcbes and Jewelj-y, I.pjillu-r clc KriiiJi i-t.vn, sir, VKR TIN 91A8N STltKET, BUFFALO, N Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures SPAPERf   

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