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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL XX DUNKIRK N. Y. FRTDVY JULY 11. H'.n M) REP R E SENT A TIVE BUSINESS THK XATIliJiAI. uttd Brown, Meant aaU Wranford, ?ind fjiraj, Morrtfl and Morxfm. Paddock and Tfllbr Hiiel Berrfi WlUou (Iowa) and   Mr Sherman annouaced that be paired with his colleague-, Mr. Payne, but that had been released from that pair. At 6 p. no. l.he adjourned. IN THK SPORTING WOULD. WHEAT RE.PORT. GE.NKRAL FOilKlliN NliWS. Only a Sllfflit nniuction in the donnrnl A (or .luiv. ,THE BRITISH CABINET DISCUSSES .lulv Tin; July wintpr TWO IMPORTANT BATHING DEBATE IN THE SENATE ON THE SILVER BILL. CONFKHKNCK RKPOKT A OOPTED. DIXON REFUSES TO FIGHT CAL M'OARTHY. _ AND report of the depart input of It ure t he liwr vested in till hut its mote northern larit Jt ft lows advance in condition where it. was lowem Jinic. in Mich ;rau, Indiana, Illinois iinii Missouri, and decline in OJiio, K'-nl iifky, tLo 1'acilic and in the >unihern The Amoral aveumc 7C. -i. 78 K nmtith and tlif reduction is mostly n I IIP non-cn in me ivi.il  and ru-l lias tulloned. Straw is sluu r and t In- bead chu Il'v. The eoudifioii nf e is nearly (lie same as in t he last rt'i'.nrt. Harley has from M1.4 Iu acreage n-n itoc e lakf-n (If it should rc-ult in thoHdnp-tion of die conference bill) would not be more fatal to the prospect of .silver in 1 hf i'ut ure 1 IIHLI t lie act nf 1878. Thw of IHTJ! hud be.eu an act of cold blooded inu of t he silver dollar, It had loccn over by t ho senaror whose Hue Italian hand wan U) soca in tin; conference bill, a bill which -w an a t ot al depart ure from 1 lie nci ion of both the house find the und was its esspntinlly new as if it had been a novtd written by the Honator from Jhio within Ihe last ilvf dnys. Mr. went on to speak of legislation on all important matters now mtirely ooritrollcd by fjonftjivncc coruniit-tee-( toes of whose proceedings were seorot, so that if such a opirntt teu were bribed to the extent of a lundred tnfllton dollars no senator would be jierniittod to find it out. Mr. Allison remarked that there was no tioressnry about oonference com-uiitteos. They were public commit fees. Mr. Morgan replied to that remark by Haying that in this very discussion. Mr. Sherman had dpriinerl to answer n as to proreedirmM in the con'Vrency committee on the that such proceedings were secret. Mr. Sherman said he had never denied to the senate any information as to what took place in conference. He had been asked what particular Conference had offered a particular proposition: arid he had felt that lie was not at liberty to answer MK-h u question. If lie had been asked who voted for it he should have stated the. exact facts; but as to dUrlosiujg conversation in committee it would be u departure uot only from parliamentary propriety, but from propriety. Mr. Morxun roMuned his argument against the conference bill and called thfe attention of the friends of free coinage, part icul..rly of the senator from Colorado i Mr. Teller) to t lie fad i bat t he Bailie "fine Italian hand" whu-h li'itl framed the net of had in the conference bill to roy ultcrly ot remoue-nxatinn ot silver so as it remained 'inrepeah'J. Mr Miu-yan spoke three hours, and closed with an apjical to not to a the senator from Ohio (Mr Sher-piun) to thrust, his htileito attain into M vrtr. He was followed by Mr. Call, who also aixufd t he conference bill, that it wns only a vfiriatioii of the KarmeiV Alliance wai'e house bill, and th.it the only difference was that in the case of -Iher it wa% to be bought outright. Mr. Plumb Miid that in the particulars which he reustrded us essentinl the was comparatively miuhjc< tuniable, sup-posint; always that a compromise WHS to be made. The conference bill would Lrive to t-he c-ountrj as mm h money during the next year HS the free coimtge of silver "iive Thr amount nf t reasury notes now Issued at the price of silver was about under t he cout't rcnce it could nor be le-s than Hint would probably be Kt'.iJOlUHjO That was a very import Kaiu. Mr. How lung will that last? Mi nst as long as er is rod t iced .uid the ncl on the -statute hnok-v Failing to get thf concurrence of the fit her house, silting under the i iadow of an executive i u i hat been freely tlirentcned   doubt witlioui authority) we shall get out of tins whole controversy more th.m we have gamed since the day of tlie greenback issue, to the tinHTH-inl well beini; of the country, that which will prevent .serioiiH tiuanciyl di.st urbancr iu tlus coming season. It is M) percent, beittr t han anyt hing I expected to when I learned Ihe result in the house ot representatives. Mr. -It is admitted that t lie bill is. not it ought to Uv (.'ontimm sensp would dictate, then, tiiai we try to make it it ought to be. Mr. Vance went ou to aryue Unit the bill would not reMi't in an itn of tJie ciirrptii'v, HS i t'uur or five millions ot treasury mttes each mouth tor silver would be presented ut the treasury and exchanged for gold coin rind would i hen be for the next month's purchase, and >o on. Tliis suggestion of Mr. Vance's was controverted by Mr. Alli'-on. Mr. Dolph said tluit lie would vote Cor the conference bill because, he thought it as different from free coinage as night was from day; and beoau.se lie feared that its rejection rnitrht result in the passage of a free coinage bill. In the fonr-e of his n- marks, Mr. Dolph referred sat iracally to the change of views of senators who had voted for free coinage and who now favored the conference bill. Mr. Teller resented this allusion to himself and otliers, and said th.it had no-ti ed that the people who were the most fearful of iumncitil IfgMfitu.n where those who v ITC most ignorant of the subject. Mr. Mitchell said that he had voted for Mr. coinage bill because he favored it and because tho people of Oregon favored it. The vute was then taken and the conference report was agreed yeas, 89-nays, as follows: Mt-sMv. Aldrieh, Allen, Allison Hlalr Ca-ey,  aid. did not to bint! anybody much lie Mild it was a humiliation and Umgrai c that gi-n t lemen presumed to represent Un'ir districts had to mve their actimiH quesiione'l by another i ve nf another district of another stale who been honor-fid by tho highest place iu the gift of the house or the subordinates under him. Hit quoted from remarks of Mr. Mr Kin ley, made when the rules were adopted, to the effect that, the people were more interested in what the house did than under the rules under which it was done. Thin, siiid Mr. llogi-is. was the old maxim, that "The ond justifies the means It was this principle that led to the stealing of the presidency in 187H and to the. "hiockH nf five." letter. Mr. Knloe disclaimed any understanding with Mr. Rogers. The journal was then amended as suggested by Mr. Knloe. Messrs and Williams of Illinois jttornpted to make correct ions similar to that of Mr Knloe. but the speaker pro tern. (Mr. Rurrows) Mr. ('an-non of IllinoiN to move the previous question. During the discussion that followed it appeared that Mr. Filhlan had been present during part of the roll call, but was absent when his name was called. Mr. Cannon Raid it was evident tho Democrats did not want to transact business. Tie then crlticise.d Republican members for being ab.sont and permitting the Democrats thus to interfere with tho business of the house. Mr. McMillan insisted that a gentleman must be in his seat when his name was called and refuse to vote in order to be counted as present and not voting. He then criticised the Republicans for trying to push through the house in fifteen minutes the consular and diplomatic bill, which appropriated 15 per cent, more than the current law. Mr. Gro.svenorof Ohio said tlie Democratic party was the party of obstruction. It was incapable morally, politically and iu every other way. of doing anything but hold on. Mr. Grosvpnor extolled tho house rules. The journal was approved, Kfl to HI. Tlie ronfen-nce report on the consular diplomatic bill wa- adopted, 11! to tit'i The conference report on the agricultural appropriation bill was submitted and agreed to. Tlie hoiisrj then went Into committee of tho whole. Mr. Peters of Kansas in the -hiiir, on the land grant forfeiture hill. Mr. Hooker of Mississippi argued the forfeiture of the land gnnted to aid in the construct ion of the (iulf and Ishiiid railroad. Mr. McAdoo of New Jersey said the pending measure, might woll be entitled bill "to compound a felony with the niilroads which have stolen the lands." It WHS a delusion, a snare and a false preen sc. Pending further discussion the commit-ree rose and the house at linrke in Waiting t: Heur from Jlick Tlie Humbal! Ueroril in the rtrnllKTlicKxl, KHtlunul and Ion Knniiiiit; ut Monmnutli I'arli and Cli Hc-gatta at IttM-hcKtor, N. V. Y'IP.K. July 11. Special from contain tlic rolknving noli-.s: (irrirw Dixon, fnlnrpfl fc.tt (L-hauipion, refii-i-s Iri jiylit .Mif'Hrthy for tin' l he IV, ii n c'lllh cll.-n'il, Alf Mil. li, II i'L.n-1- In Jack D.'inp-sey in 1 iir f 'r'MMii lab rouin.i ftn1 a .Ta< lv 1'nixi- awintiiii.' a tvph lo hi.s elinllfiiuo to liKlit .lurk Di-inii'-i'.v. .Inn MrAnlilfi' aii'l Frank Slavin mi t (it Spni'lini; Lite oflir-c yc-siHnliiy and rHtifk'il 11 niali-h fur The Puliri. CnKotli' lielf, to t plm-p in t he Iriiionilc rluh in t lit- wf'ck of OiMulii'i- Tin- stakes are t.'iCKl a s 'if HIII) H i ol i'l.ilOll. hu ils v, liich i, in furfi-itiMl to the Ainnric-Hn if lie uot receivt- fair iiiay. WITH BAT AND BALL. I'lmoi's1 At Mllslnll It. II. E. li" n :j 4 n n o I n 12 is 12 lj i liuru .1 fi :i {i n ii n- ii ;i 9 Until He-. Ilnley and Kelly mill Swi-tt; fiicr anil Qiihia. Al riiilailrlpliia 11. H. E. t'l II :i n 5 4 n 1 1-17 5 :l D II 1 U 2 'i. 1 2-11 15 4 lialtui-Un Kiilllnnm .intl nnil Hiill-i lan; lirillu-.r and Sulcliirf. At New York II. H. E. New York 1 2 II 1 li I) 2 0 '.M2 3 ci ifiiu'n ii n 2 ii ii i ii 4 Hat Irrici Kecfi- and Kvving; and Fiir-rcll. At Brooklyn- H. H. E. Hioiiklsii 2020 1 0 :l 0 0- S IS Strike Ftnntsnan Must Crnr-bet) al All Haxnnls The Pwntmen's Uniun Si. hi to be full nl Ofllc-iul Spies. -Si 'lib Mobbed anil Badly B en t tn Tim Police of Portsmouth Cnnt wmji lji.t e H Strike. July The cabinet council held YYedrc-day devoted much of its time o discussion of L lie police iMid postal situn-tinn and fully susluined tho action of Sir ward Hr ad ford and POK( master (feneral 1' a ikes. The calnnet, authorised Mr. liaikes io resort to any raeann he thottglil il lo rni.-.h a strike of the postmen, whicb il Hureetl, be put down lit ttll The inipci'Htivp necessit v of deal-iny; an) out part ol tin- public employes WH.S by iniorinat on iu the possession of the ministry thitt the postal crisis is a part nf a nonccMMod scheme, by poliMtml enemies, lo cmbnrrass the govornment iu all its depart numts. It is asHerteil by ihs josttiii-n nnd not denied by the auUim'itles that ilie union IB full of official uho keep tho pouted on all the jiliiiis of tlie men, and have ulno ob-ainnd w amount of information many prominent politiciHUH with t he ion. The, blai employed by Mr. Raikes the duties of the dismissed, suspended and disaffected men rhe facility of veierans and their work has dismayed the old hands ns much H hus surprised and oflicials. There has been very lit tie delay in city deliveries, but in the suburbs the service baa been badly n ipplcd. The public, however, have readily adapted IhemHelves to the cirounist mices and in cases of urgency have posted and received their own letters Fit the postoflices. In the Eiist End each of the men delivering letters is attended by a policeman, rm-ititf to the threats made bv the dfiekmen to attack the and drive them out of the district. En some cases even the presence oi' a policeman has not prevented n mob from atlackiii postman and several of them have been badly beaten. Tht merchants, ho h.m- been the greatest suH'erera by the delay in delivery, will hold a meeting to day to consider u pi. in of action designed lo assist the postal authorities uu-lil t he t rouble is over. A not her meeting of jioBtmen WHS held in CU-rkfiivveli Ust night., attended bv :i.OiiO mrn The speakers still talked abour ;i iieiir-ral si and (heir remarks were enihiisi, ist applauded. There is no dou lit, er. that the leaders are convinced that a strike would not- be sue nl. and he probability of such a is very remote. The secretary of the Postmen's union that there had been between MHO and -100 dismissals Ity the po-.i master general. Tin poSie.- of tonlh. not dauntrri by the ill-sue, ess of their London brethren iu t r ,t1 1 enipi t briiiLf a liout a st rilie, have pet iiioned for an oj and iieeoiupa nied the pet it i vi ii h n t In-put to si rike unless t lii-ir demand is wii h. They a l-o demand a niont ill v hoi ii lav wit hnut in-s DJ The police authorities have no' acied upon the- petition, but il is r niier-' oud i hat tin" are not disposed Lo co': ii Th- M i-its nl1 Berlin have formed a n nton wii n t he purpose of de-mandi nu t uovernirifnt rcHeind its of the importation of cat Lie. A sail boat containing a party was run by a on the Jiilhe and rliree yoiuiK were rlrowned. GOVERNMENT HATS, siu.KS. BATHING TRL'N KM. 1JAT11KNU SL-ITS. HUHTS AND BOYS' NICKKL MOI'KTKD SAKKTY BK'YCLES, ONLY S32, Wortli A great saving iy gi-Uing us. The best in tho market for tin- 4 NEW KULINO MACHINE (or ruling nil kiiiilnnf blanks is to he MrahgniMtl Department of 4 I.KXANDKK'S Coal and Wood fkril, A Central Avenue, oi.PO.Jte Nickel Pl.te doixrt. All grailci of Hur'l anil Soft Coal, Waft Lurab'r, and I-ath. Frw i'liT (or wholesale loin lalicited. O R. OIFFORD, iBBl anil Central Arc B. Artistic PhotofTHChcr. In.unUiwou. of BubicB a ni.eeialty. not for smibhme except 'or JAMES IKVISO, Hi K. Second street, near N. I. lie., [-aniplik-ta, etc-., l.nin.1 in all atylcs. -UM-nded to. All work braided (jdge Mf-vican Ilanimock Sprejul-M-S and ExteiiHion Ii" MJS, Croijiicf Sds, Windi.w Scroeiis md Doors, Shoo <1y Kites, Rolling lloojix, Foot Balls, Indian Clubs, 'ie'iie Baskets, M'osipiitn tiiiLr.Kmi-cy Glasswai'e, Sjiriii'kling Cans,  yc-ienlny as fdllmvs; rare, Iniil.-: H Henmil. i'jinis t liini: iinif. Sfcon.l rai-.-. -4 mil.1: I'airy trigiiantf secoini, '..ntrtbution third; time, 'J'hird race, tho handicap, niilo: Prince Koya! first. Tristan second, 'assiu., 1 hi rd; I line. 'j Fourth race, mile; Stryke first, -scccii.l, Tulla HlacUnirn third; time, Ir'iS'j. Filih e. 1 1-lii miles' i'L'nx.ance first, SHIH second, Ketnpland third: time, V. Sixth race. f'i milf. Kon fjrst, Worth second, (reral'line t liinl, time, C h Haees. f'lllt.U.ii. .Inly SI raeev at park resulted as Kirst race, mile: iiiufax first, Rraiu-lilelnisii seconii. Maekin tiiird: time, Second race. 1 mile1 Delniar first, Bankrupt second. 1'niH' Iliinl: time, 1 Tliinl race, tlie nli'ii strikes, for 3-ypar olds, P, mil is; iUaekljtini fir.sr, (Hio soi olid. I 'hapnian tiliv. I; t nif. 1 :5li. Fourth lace. 1 miles, iljpucritp lirsl, Teuton seeiind. 1 tiiird: time, Fifth race. 1 mile: Kl mria first. Pickup second, .1 nbilee i iiinl: lime, l.'-l.Vj, lleyalta at Ui.ehester. HI.I X. Y., July The nater al 1 Iniarii. IS. h vc-.ier.lay Lo.i roiiKh for v. i ;-k 'i1 i ii oar I-M-JCS. Tiie various as ''fiiious: Sinu'le .slie'i (.'rtrroll of Buffalo first; time. ot Svracn.se second: 1 UnlT.i in third; time. Keider of liulValo I'ntiri h: time, Four-oaril siielis; Buffalo four first, Xo. 1 sccoii'l, West Kims' Xn. 2 third. The West Kn.ls Nil. '2 re stamped in this race, Imr, won Ihiid money, the XVutrals having U-eti drawn. Sale of Y.-urlliiirH. MoNMni TH X. J.. July LOTTERY QUESTION. The Senate (inrrrnor Art ion I'n co 11 it it ui i tnial. Xrw July 11. When the louse and -euatc met yesterday inoruinj; immediate :u-tioii was by bot li houses upuu the Idttery (juestion. In the senate the nuijority rejmrt of the cnramittee declaring that the action of the governor in vetoing the bill with the amendment, submit 1 ing the lor t pry proposition lo the people was unconstitutional and ai hit rat y, was adopted by 23 vcus in IIMVS, and by the same vole the veto me-sHue MS received from the house was nM urni'fl in thai body. In tlie t he a cl inn of tlte senatr was siist.'iinpd bv a motion being adopted to reconsider the vole by which the veto me.ssHgf pushed the hnusp, and the bill, with the vein of the gtivi'i-nor attached, was oi-dere to be returned to his excel-Iriiry by the .-1 the iioiiso. which was dune. Thi1- ai t ion ui' t he senate and house fuu'i's into the1 courts in which to decide whet her or not an ameni'iiv ni to bi- submitted to i he people parsed bv a two-thirds vote of both houses to be s.-ut fo t he rnor for his approval 01 veto, uud her siidi j] measure pas-i 1 j-, or nti'. and 1 it lie otih .sci I k ft th" -n reliiry of state I'or pronnilgjtt A anil Killed. lAVCHl'-i Va., July Great luis prevailed at Lebanon, the county sear of Hiis.se 11 county, durintr the past week owing to an attempt at incendiarism. A negro woman was caught in the act of setting fire to a house and arrested. Two negroes look her part and mnde threata aguinst rhe mayor. In the difficulty that ensued, William W. .splendid liar jjaii.s in salccns ami giugbiims and siiinincr wash fuliric--, of all kinds. Tliu balance of our stock of clouk.s are .selling ehe.-ip. the following bargains in Gentlemen's blue niixeii uliirts and '-Inuveib in iiiuiliiiin weiglils. al Me. per Mlit. Gcntlemon'b underwear "Oc. per hiiit. Genliuiiinu'a Ijluu unjoin sh'irts un drawern cncli, goods. Lftdicn' vestf low at lOc. cucli. Lmlius1 bulbiiujjiiu VUMB with luce trimiuing, only ISc., worth Good grade Jersey VM.S al ench. Wliilcunij hliick lisle thread Jersey vests al each. Silk vchts, all colors, T.'JC. each. Linen prices will ho considerably advanced if the tariff changed. (Jur arc much below even lurnril prices, and we fire selling line e.lolhfl, napkins, towels, etc., at rare jarijiiins I', ill Kcportod l-'iivnr-nbly tu the House. V-HSM. ION, July 11. -The house commit ree on hi bor yesterday mil a report on the house bill consti-t ui i n y a day's work for all laborers employed by the government. Mr. lili-.-of Michigan submitted a re port to arennipan) iheliili ret'omniMidlng it s The I'epnrl SRVH that the rouitn 1' u-e lii've the proposed metiH-iiri' a ci r.i e! n confide rat ion find have 1 1 sit- ne 1 io t he Mr.uiiiiii'MK of the workinR-iiien and I heir i i-pi-r-senlal ives and now I'eeon, IP- nd i lie jiass, nf t measure. In roiu iusjon, Ilie port says that the queM ion of t he hours of la boils ,it pn ir b< considered all over the world. ,u'-l a demand for shorter honrw has to s: i-ikes and lock-nuts with vary-in u res i ill s. In the main, however, the advanced sentiment .seems to bn in their fnvor. Tlie jiovornment of the I'niLed Slates can well alTord to set an example of liberality to the rest, of the world and accord the '-aine hours to its laborers a.s it does 1 o its clerks. Tlie lull as reported by the committee provide., thai shall fonstit ute a d.iy's work for all laborers, workman and inei lianics pmployed by the n if ni of t he ted States and the Oi.stritit of Columbia, or by any contract or in by a Flail mail Train. Anu X. V II. here on a train Jwcyo to this dt -m i he Vallt-v r-iil-road, ilia' a cjiniaui- com Mining live I.idic- was struck a mil.- and a half i his side of i and rhrer. .if i   will recover, Acri'irrif to an I'-x-iiriiijii Ttjiin. Ala., .f'ilv 11. A- a train beai inur "vt i--i-sippi Pxc'T-inni'-t s u ho had been visit i h'_: i he mm PS and f 111 n-n-c-s here, was ulinin Pratt "s- on tho return trip yesterday, a locomotive ran around a curve into their train, causing quite a -mash-up The occupants of the train had warning enough enable 1 hem to escape, but jn from the car- a number of tin m bad ,inUIes sprained and susi inr d -li'ilti hrnisi1-.. One man his ankle broken. The injured were here and cared for, Print i'i on M I'ikc. M --'Die printers on The Miner left their cases Wednesday eveniiiL- nnd demanded the discharge JH. VAN UUKKN A SON, Fire. Life, Accident and Uoneral Iniurauoe. Dealers in Heal Ealate and Loans. r.irllcular attention paid u. Ihe c.ire of property collecting rents Ac. 219 Center St., 2nd ROE'S I'HAIiMACY, '100 Central Avenue for Wall I'aper Paint Oils, .J. W., JOy Center street. Manufacturer and dealer 111 Briillcf, Collars, Trunks, BiifTalo Itoboa, Horsi- Covers Liloves Mittens and MiMnh SON, 213 Centre It SC11O1.TES, 17 East Third street Fashional.U- Tailor. Gentlemen will tlnditto their ad vantage to rail on me before purchasing PH. CART A CO., S.T. Lion street. General Hiirdware, White Load, Oils, Painter's Supplies, Oil Cloths, tiruc'te Ware. A specialty of Williams Paint and Monroe v UL.INU, such as blank-books, ledgers, and IX all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk I'riuting CiMiipnnv, sand 10 E, Rl'DOl-l'H MOI.OENHAUBR, Cor. Third and Buffalo Uonlor in llarl.le, Fuigging and Knildini; stone. Cni! on me baying your except in case of extraordinary sur-h as war, but in such cases of workiuj-c over eight hours they shall IJH pair] at the rate of eight hours per day. There in aNo a penally clatiBR in the bill providing for t he punishment of any officer nf tin; government or contractor vio-iitint; the provisions of the bill by a fine of not le-s than nor more than or imprisonment for not more 1 han six months, or both, HS the court may styles in puru'-ols. New styles in New blyles in hosieiy. for lings, Draping uplioisteriog.fajrica. Mam Melta and totom, AMKKICA.S BLOC'S, :iMi-401i MAIN bTRKET, HUKFALO, N. V. and K loum-, pn.of rcailer, because the men o'-jcct ionable refused tliey nn strike. The mutter lias ref'Tn-d by wire to Arbitrator Pond at In-ii niapoli-. Tlie Miner was not. issued yesterday morn HI u anil may be obliged to su-peiid [mblicat ion TWO oj-three 2a UNTlDN GQUARtNY GT ST LO,   OKEKT M'KAY, V Lion street, near the depot. Ri.anlmc, Sale, Foed and Livery Stable. Miblmg h> the da> or week on reasonable J. 301 Central Are. (Up General Insurance and lieal Kstate Apoiiu Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock insurance. Prompt attention Kivan to buying and selling lieal The woman was jailed, A number of other colored persons who sided with the two negroes were driven out of Sniiatnr Of J.nulsiana. liATuX La.. July 11. Senator Smith of Fa bine pnrisli, whovi .il> e from tlie c ipitol Wednesday piwe tiled the of the lottery bill over the governor's veto, died yesterday afternoon. 11- had ill for about a rp. Para Stolen Oliiinoitdt. H. 1., July Mrs. Para Stevens reporied to UK; police yesterday that a pair of diamond bracelets valuer] at hau disapjieareil from her ajiart-inentH. She last saw the bracelets on July 2. She aKo says that she haw lost of diamonds in the pant six months. The ml ice are investigating. Tliey are inclined to think that someone in the houae must have taken the to Congressional Convention, FONDA, N. Y., July At, the Republican county convention yesterday William Barlow Dunlap was elected delegate to judicial convention to be held at Platfs-burg. Mr. Dunlap favors Martin L. Stover for justice of the supreme court. The following were chosen delegates to the congressional convention: John Kellogg, Willis Wendell, William Clark, Hiram Schuyler and A. H. Burton. They favor the re-nomination of; Congressman San yearlinu's, the property of D, Sweifiert. is sold here yesterday. them were: liny colt liy imp. to W. L. Hciitt; uh. colt hy imp. lilenelK. to J. A. A If. Morris; bay colt by Tremont, to Dwver Bros.; blk. colt, by Tremonl, to John Hunter; br. coll by Tremont, to liros b. colt by imp. to J. A. A. H. Morris; bay colt hy imp. to Jeter Walden; b. f. by imp. Glcnela. J.3.SOU, to C. 13oyle. Tvottlni; at PEN FOLD Manufacture! and Importer, 304 MAIN ST., N. V. 0. ,10NES, 1 75 E. Third St., cor. Deer. Eicelsior Moat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Heats, L.trd. Oysters ami i- rotary ulloch HvttiT. WASHi.SdTuN. .1 >ily i Kx-Secreiai'y of t'nc Treasury f.'iiliocli, uhohaa bt-i'ii s._ vcri 1 nim asthma, is much butter. relay. Juiv 11. Arrivt-d, Portia from St. -fnl'M-. TjONi.oN. ,tv 11. out. l.aim and Ni'- .IiiU- M. A rnvH, 'it v of New V. H ui m. I.ive' iiv uf I'cnn-jlvfuila from f J'a. Irom I.h erpooj. XKW il. Arrived. P'ranec from LolMOll. Sorrii July 11. An m cl, Xornian-nia I'rii'i: Vnfk. .liily 11. Arrived, Britannic from nrk. Xrw VofiK. .IMIJ 11. Arrived, steamer Jea-mott from 1 via 1'luhuleijjliia. ATCHES, JEWEiBY, the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. Frani F. stapf. S3 E. Third st, MOCKKlt, Mercliaut Tailor, Central I-Vmale A nardi 1st IinpriHonffl. LKll'sir. .Inly 11. Tlie trial of the woman Heinhold and her thre.c male companions on the charge of complicity in AuarchiHt plots, wbicli was beirun yesterday morn-mtr. ended in tJie aftei'iiuon. Mrs. Heinhold was convicted and sentenced to imprison rnent. The three men wure ncijLiit teil and OK Such asgTime-books, Blank-books, Ledgers, tkc. We have facilities for doing work in any style desired, and will furnish diagrams and drawings of any desired class of work. Satisfaction guaranteed DUNKIRK PRINTING I.X Diamond.-, Watches and Jewelry, r.e...thiT clc KXtlllA VI fjdLJj ,f SIL IK I! A LINK t 6 a MAI2J STUKirr, BLTFALO, N. V. Reigns at "Went Superior. DVLUTH, Minn., July Everything Was quiet among tlie at West Superior, WisM yesterday. All saloons have been closed and the city in under the trol of Sheriff WicVstrom, who has sworn In 100 citizens as special deputies. This force is on guard, and all bands of strikers oil the streets are dispersed. Men are at work at the barge works, and on all other contracts except on Twelfth July At the driving park yesterday the rH-s. pnrse was won by John (iretna second, Flrrence S. third: best time, class, Hellevtie Hotel stakes, S2.500, was won hy TJimlico, Suiseiie second. Ante third; In-st time (hy Pimlicoj, the. be.si time made this year, except Harry Wilkes' mile in The pacing class-, purse was unfinished. Emma L. took two of the four heats; best time, REWARD! K will jm> ilie above regard lor any cost ol Liver (Jompljtint, Dyspepsia, Siuk Headache I-idigestntn, or Cosuveness we vTitb West'a Vugetablo hirer Pills when the ilirectiona are strictly complied with Thcv are purely Vfgeiable, ancl never .fail to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Large boxes containing 30 Fills. 25 cents. Beware ol coun tcrfeita. anil imiUiHonB, The genuine manu lacureJ only by JUUN C. WEST CO. Sod by Mow VUABMACY, D ki'k, N. Sunday I.itw PrrvallK, NI-IW OHI.RAXS, July The house has refused to jiass over tlie, xovernor'H veto the bill repealing the .Sunday law passed by the legislature two years ago, closing up all liquor Haloonn, barber shops and stores throughout the state of -m ir 1 1 
                            

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