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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX _____ KKF It ICS KST A TI VE USINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK NY. WEDNESDAY. J UNT. IN THU.NATION AL CAPITOL B YESTERDAY’S PROCEEDINGS IN SENATE AND HOOSE. OF DUNKIRK MFW RI 1.1 X* HU HINK f»>r »«**“# air*! arditi**® **• kin*I* •»( 'dan* ** tie he !!•*• hiairai l>p»rtiw*#t uf the A Fro* C.»IIUC* Mil KUMI la th* Sa a ax* bf aa «Mr»mk«(ala( Majority Th* Maw** Stiver Bill AIm Pmm IR* Sana# rn TU* kyMry Civil A ppru^rt* ti** BUI Pm..* bf Ibm H NO HY, I Min Ii irk |i‘r» ti o -I1 *.ai|>Anv V ’l.ltt'HKKHi <t*l and W#s#l Yard, TS** I t antral .%***•*»*. OWW****    fjff t>ot AH *r*»le* at Hurd and Soft MAJ, W *41 Lumber. -ilia*'**# and Lath. i orrmpun-leu.-e fur whole* •elicit**!. I*'rev ie iota I » K. «*irr«»Kl>. XCl and SS. # enWta Ave J), Aru mu*- i*h«*ti>ifr»|Mier.    I n<*tan unroll rbulufrtpbi of E»lw* * ipwitltt Mel aal wa.I fur auoeAi rn to* ag Ai Men exrept f*w I ,*H>h hisDF.KV .I A a SM I»rt aa. l'r> ii urit-Uir, Nm. I* K. tar* md *ilr**el, aver Buf-tm!** itnvi, I'nukirk, N T. Ma* a/..aes, Mu we. Ptnaphi**o. <•(<•,, bound in all at vim.«»r-ler* nr-.aptly at ten.lr.I to. AH work fmtriuihwl- B CIU MAK 'N HUH ae « en tx ai avenue. Wkuieaaie an*! retail denier .Bl" ported aa*! ItaXMitc (bino, Ola**ware, Ac. lUALTAOJl l HOTKL, Batea, ti per lay ivery aa*! Hu«i'>tm( -•table ta roBnecttoa V ie tor Biller, ami KC Limb -Unset. I 'ITT B A HHK.It 1HOP \ j    ( ha*. Maple, Prop.. I. a*ier Lake *ii«»re National Bank, ••orne* beater and Thirl atlee to.    A iu* *l**-k of f(ini|a an*I Momento- i|tra I tOM KLIN A -*«»>, * y    Un    •    eater street, Prki'tirai h*>r*e-«*U«#*r». Particular attention «* Ut interfering (joram.    '•••oemp of nim! : r.r* ttiug bone* a • penalty. D I N A I It la K \ ICN I N O OKO.KUK lax peat Doily ta the Gouty. Aa daei{itAiiel Blnrtoiiig ,u«*d<iai DI NRl KR F.N«»I N KKBlXi COMP AMT I .rote# iv wilew A Popple. Maitulai’turera of kn fines, Bonier*. Pulley*. STJ apl Bra, u*. Pa -Alae Work to or*ler. abaft, n* liaapera. eu\ Pattern*. Forging* i sating*. an*! I v CM RI KR "HH I KT UL mitt, PA ar I it Center -treet, Manu fa#-lurer* vt the ’^Cromwell* au*i •Muakirk" jerfc*;!• ltaa| Dr*** ta»rta. 'in aal# ta ail sealing furnishing, uotii na aud dry pmela ku**M *a Dun*-rh. TOOMEY. D.r tat am! sm Limb • tx eel. eater ta Flour, t em I, .ait. Bate*! Ii*?, Pk*»- libatea, et . L*laUi,*ne<i. ICT. h KIK H4ITKI. mat! liiniag Sai«a>o. Union Depot. Easy »*•>•#•** hi all train* ami bum aetat bouse*. Beet a*'i*oui ne -tall. ut it fur bual* ae re tai Traveler*. lobo J Murphy, Prop. I • Ult Kl A CTE, ta    PT    ami    *♦    E.    Third street. Fi»e Furniture, ' abt net Ware am! Up-aoiaten ng. Picture Frame* rn rn Ie hi onler. SN U. HITTKWIN A CO, r . TH Central Ave., beader* ai Faehioo va! <»enuemen on id tier* Arta.il *T KAM MACA TUM! WU Ii ann tax lurer* el 'team Healing Apparatua Sanitary Pl urn bi ap a Specialty. H HHK HT KA M CAI 'DHY. *xur «pe<-ia!tiee:    Fine    -ti.rte. lur; lobar*. Ae; buffs, be, am! La* t urta.u*.    Krwe Deiiv ary. A W. Cumuli ap*. MT center street JJ K. OKUM. K Third at., cor of Buffalo Manufacturer am! dealer .a F ue Boo ta A 'hi wa UCD KY PII! AK * .NKW 'TOKE. MR K | Thirl it Koiki. *tau«merv. II.laical In ixunrnU. B.<aa*inea,l>aily ami Weekly Paper* amt evervthirp pertaining lo a lint cia** t#*#»h •hire *« mat. Kmli a iproaitv: J IJK PKI N TI Nti of every de*#‘npti>*u aa*! al lowest It vt ap rate* tty J Dunkirk Prtuuap Company, « au*i IO K. -e#*»od SC U. TAK Bl KEN A NON, F ie Life, AcciUeat aa*! «>eocrai iunuraeaa. l*eal-axj in Beal Kau ie am! Loans. Particular atteatioQ pant to the ••are of properly coHect-ap reuta Ac. iii* beater *C. im! door. yjONKOK' PU ARM AC ¥, Ital Central Aren aa Aiea*!*, iarter* fur Wait Paper Pa.at .on*. Ac. P~ CHRIN**. J. W„ Jut* beater street. Manufacturer anil <teaier in Dai ae**, 'addles. tfri*41***, coliar*. Trunks,* btpo, Buffalo Bole*. D tree Cover* it love* Mittens and-tetgll Bohea. P. *4 HOI TFC I? Emit Thirl street. Fashionable Tallow. leaUrmvu will Uni it to their mlvaaupe to call mo me before pur*-:ia*in* ei#ewlmre. J) B. CAKY A ll!.. .    ISS    Lion street. trencraJ Dart ware. White    ni*,Painter    * 'uupiic*, OU Cloth*. i * ran ie Ware. A spsN’taJ- , »y of -iherwia Wii.ams Paint aao Monro* ran pa    vectlwus la rn*- ii CLIMO, such a* blank-book*, leiiper*. aa*! V ail kiail* of blanks Hone at Dunkirk PnuUnp Company, ' aa l lh C. Second nl KiLMlLPU MOLDAN H AL EK. Cor. Thirl ami Buffalo St*., Dealer ta tsrauite, Marble, ragging tau Biuciiup Moue. Call on me tie for* buying four mile-walk I'I PY A CO.. I aa*! 4 Eaat Front -tree*. Whi*kv, War*. Braniliea. tv-aeral Liquor Store for Family C*e. i oh*BRT S EAT Lion streeL near the tepoC Boarluif, 'me, hee*! an<! Livery Stable. 9tabbap bf the lay or week ob reasonable term*. Ii R b*.ui J. OlfTOBl). nil Centra. Ave. (Up ^ sbi.rv . ireucr*. Insurance ami Beat Esthh Agent. Fire, Lifr. AccnheaL am! Live Stock tocurance. Proo.pt sttenhoa civ *n to buying amt Seiling Beal Kctate lit C. JONEN. I    TS E. Third *L, cor fleer. Et relator Meat Market. Frosh. Salt « lote«l Heat*. Lar*L 'auaape*. * iy*ter* Poultry W VS a TCHEN. JEWELRY. AC. •dux- the Aurora kainwi Wau h. Ilepat ring a specialty Frank F SkapL E I hirl st. - M. M»K REK, Merchant Tail w. Uh * en erat A sen ne $.300 REWARD! W K will pay the above rewax ! fur any caw of Liver < omplainL Ivy apepeta. sick Hemlarhe IniligrceUou, ■ oat* ti pat MSB >*r t uetiveneaa w* » . *. .ii cu.e anti* !f<etN Vegetable l^ver Pilla wtteu the iimvua-a are strwtly oomplse*! Witt* The are purely • . »*-^ab*e, an*! never fail I* give Mb-f.H (ton -ussr biune*!. Large Itoier i- alsisiiM vrOs, d rat*. It*-ware <>4 roux wife* ie, .***•> • rnnaie»»M». The geum ne ausu f-o-urot on1 v t»* a* »H N C W h.nT A CO. Sold bv woMaoa* Pa ABH aer. D kirk, T. T, W AIB LMs TUN. June IM —The ae oat* yea terday cl*we*! the diver debate mad panned a free commigm bill by aa overwuelmiog ai ac ntv The vet late piwwes! bonne bill conatitutiusf froudevjaoit Imy. N Y , a hangable water at the Catted Staten, and houae bill to ameed the act for the erwe tioa of an appraiser a watehoune la New York and sgrwd ta conferveco rn port hi the senate btu for a public building at Saint*. Kau The limit of coat rn fT.S <JUU Tho houae diver bill wa* taken up and Mr Wolcott addrewaed the *euate He protswfest Agmnet the intimation mad* ma rh* fluor of the ae a ate that Streator* living in the silver producing stare* held sordid anti un patriotic opiuioae The country see nix* I parti* uiariy in the Northwewt; to have fallen on day* when politic* wert rated at a commercial value altin* The people of the Wee? who depended chiefly ou the product* of their aim***, were asked at every -ee**i u to stand by tke tariff formulated by the Ennt; and when they a*nu*I that ailver should be protected they were called sordid and unpatriotic. Mr Wolcott cntielaed the unfriendly attitude of the *4 aulu. st ration on the silver 4or*tion, and Bald that when Mr Harrbson wan nooDAatod bi* record wa* •ear* bed In vain for any noteworthy actor I tying The Latin sente non, stat magm uotziinoN ti rn bra. applied to him The Hepiibilcan leader* of the Went had so enrol the * ac cene of the ticket and their awakening bed been rather rude He vouturod the opinion mat if the president s p* eof iou on silver bad been announced before the election not a 'fate west of the Missouri near would have glreu him a Re pH bi lean majority. An open foe was to la* preferred to a secret enemy Mr Wolcott seal he thought the act ot I HTH wan infinitely preferable to the bill ro unintended by Secretgury Wiudom He criticised the ten year*' hail ref urn recoin mended for the bill by the finauce committee ilia speech was loudly applauded At it* conclusion the senate voted on the amend men ta reported by the finance oonuraittee The pn.p**#ifien to strike out the provision ut Aking the treasury note* lawed for the pur< baae of silver a legal tender was rejes:t«il —14 to Mk The amendment tx> strike out the bul lion redemption clause wa* agreed to—57 to 7. the uay* tieing Mnmrs Chandler, Frye, Hale, Hiacock, Hoar. Morrill and •herman. The prupoMition to strike out the section for free coinage when the price of silver was ii TTI grains pure silver was rejected—IM to 4M The amendment to limit the act to ten year* was rvje* ted—t to Mi. the nay* being Metmrs Chandler. E*1 mi ad* Morrill and 'herman Mr Blair offered an amendment to limit the amount of silver cornell to $f> unu.iski a month Hej**cted—I- to 4M Mr Plumb sbbmitted the folloenng smeudmeut as a substitute for the first se*.tiou of the house bill and after wane dr i«ate it wa* adopted—43 to £4. -That from ami after the date of t he passing of this act the unit of value in the United State* shall be the dollar, and the same may be cornell of 41'Ja grain* of standard diver, or of U5 -clo grains of standard gold, and the said coin shall bn I leg-ti tender for all debts, public or private, that thereafter any owner of silver or gold balli' n may deposit the same at any mint of the Uniteil States to he formed toto standard dollar* or liars for his beueiit aud without changing: but It *Mall br lawful to refuse any deposit of Ie** value than 9141). or any bullion so base as to be unsuitable for the operations of the mint.'’ Tbe vote wan aa follows: Vee- deers, bate. Berry Blair, Blodgett. Butler. « ail. Catuerou. Carlisle. Cockrell. Coke. Colman, Daniel, Euatln. Heorge. 'fibrin. Dorman. Harria HeMX»t, Ingalls. Jouen (Ark . done* Nev I, Henna. Manderson. Mitchell. Moony. Morgan. Pad dis k. Pay ae. Plumb. Powt-r. Pugh. Kuuein. tL*a*an. -lander*. •squire. »u-* arr. Teller. Turpte. Yan J#. Vest, V jo rh ae*. W a1 thai I. Wolcott - 4A Naya-M*-**r*. Ahirtch, Allen. Alliaun. Caney. » bandier. Cullom. Daw**. Ed ruanda. Evarts. Frye. «»ray. Hale, Hawtey. Hincoa k. Hoer. McPherson. Morrill. Pierre, -lawyer. ! -r..-rara a. Npooner. -UM. h bridge. W aah bura. • Wiaon of Maryland—is. The following pairs wert announceii. Mrears Lhxun aud Hampton, Doiph and Brown, NtaeL rd and Wilson of Iowa, Higgina and Pettigrew, McMillan and black burn. Pasco auu Farwell, 'dday and j Faulkner Mr Plumb moved a formal amendment (agreed to making tke provision* of sec tiou I of tbe act of 1*7* applicable to thin. During the ftacusaiou of the subetitute offeroi by Mr Heagau for three of the tail. providing denomiuA lions of certihcafe* to be leeued. etc.. Mr R*lmunda took occasion to disclaim ail responsibility for the pending measure and «aid he wa* willing to deliver the mauage uient ef the dnanc** of the country to the Democratic party for the tune being During a sharp debate Mr Edmunds said that tha Democratic party, which was now entirely without reapoueibility, •a endeavoring to lea*! the Republicans astray ae They had done ie 1*77 or I See, wheu by appeals to the worst instincts aud in happiest solicit aden of the people of the Tutted States they had paeeed through the Democratic house of repro •eutativea a free coinage bill. He spoke of Mr < lev*laud as brave enough to tell bis Democratic supporters "that that sort of delusion could not be earned into practice/' Mr Edmund# said further that dunag the four year* of the Cleveland adlumin tratiou the Democratic party (for a won der had remained quiet This -it at erne ut wa* denied by Mr Rea gun and Mr Vent. and allusion wa* made to the anti ail ministration silver 'perch made rn the senate by the Late Mr Beck at the beginning of the Cleveland admin ie. ration Mr Plumb spoke of Mr Edmund* speech ae the seine mort of Jeremiah which the »e aet* had heard from him in I STH. when the silver coinage bill wa# panned Mr Teller* amendment wa* adoptad. I id Mr Teller offered an amendment de-vlartug the silver ce ruth ate# to be issued. a legal tender Mr Teller'* amendment was opp*wed by Senators Blair. Dray and Evart* aud defeuded by Senator* Morgan aud Daniel. It was modified at the sag gear urn of Mr Eusti# by milling the words, "and all silver certificates ai reedy i-wued." and na so modified it was agreed to—yeas. 34. nays. Ai Mr Plumb moved to Insert an additional agathin providing the gwners of bullion dw> |—*•"* for joiniji att hare the opttflB to receive cern. and such unman *Aed be euoseijuently coined. Agreed tm wnhwul division The UM! wag rneu rrperted ta tbe et uate, and ail the am-ml men ta ogre**! te in the eotwmittee of th* abote wert ag roil te iu the oeaate -year. ta nae*. Al Mr <'haii*tler moved ta insert the fal lowing 'inettdnieat. "No gold or wiver bullion shall tie re cm red bv the -rooM'iry depart-neat ua<iet thin act, except such a# shall be shown ce be the product of mince within the United i Stale*.'’ Mr. Teller moved to lay the amendment on the table Agreed to— yeas, 42. Baya Ak The bill aa anieade«! «m then paused— 1 yeas. Cl, any* 'Si. aa follows. Yeas Me***r%. Rata. Barry Blodgett. Batler. . Ceil. Cameron, fWkreil. (.'wa Ceigaitt. Daa-lei. Coatis, ijworga. ••uruuui. Ham*. Hwnt I lngaua. Jon*-* (Ark.?. Jones (Nev.*, E«nna, Maiiderwaa. Mitchell, Moody. Morgan, Ped-d«s*k. Pas* u. Pavae. Pierce. Plaeah, Power Pug ti. (tausoai, Reagan. .-Muffler*. Sqturoa 1 Ntr wart. Teller. Turtle. Vma--rn. Vast, Voor- | bael. Walthall. Woh-oCT T'WaJ Cf. Nay* Meson Aidrn.0. Alien. A ll woe. Blair, I wy. < lisniiiar Cullom. Daw aa, Ed ai sud*. Evarts. Frye, Gray, Hair, Hawker. Hu*.wk. ti ar. McPherson. Morrill, PlatL lawyer. Sherman, -puouer, * to* aux idgo. YYsoheara. Wilson of Mnrv land -St. Tbe Wyoming bill wee taken up and aaile the un rim-bed bual noon and at i-M the aenafe wljuurned GEN ERAL SPORTING. the baseball *cco*d SALVATOR WINS THE SUBURBAN A NECK. BY IN TMK MOISE. Wa'MINuTon, June In—The houae wen* into cum rn it tee of the whole, Mr Burrows of Michigan in the chair en the sundry civil sppropnatien mil The committee after adopting an amend meut appropriating $41,UUU for an electric light plant at Watervliet aromal. New York, arose and reported the bill to the beuse The amendment adopted in com to it tee of the whole, making a specific In lieu of an Indefinite appropriation for the payment of back pay wa* rejected, end Mr Dockery of Muetotiri moved to recoin mil the bill with instruction* to the committee on appropriation* ta report it back with a clause utah mg specific appropriate a# for back pay and bounties. Re Jested—yea# -si uay*. IOO The bill wa* peened The hou*e then went into committee of the whole. Mr Allen of Michigan in the chair, on the Indian appropriation btl!. Mr. Perkins of Kansas. In charge of the measure, vialed that it appropriated about SB,UUU,UMI He spoke in favor of a liberal expenditure for the education of the in dtau youth. The bill wa* road by sections On a point of order by Mr Cannon of Illinois the appropriation af CJU UDO to refund the ( herokee Indians the expense of their removal to the Indian Territory wee stricken out. Pending further action the committee row, some unimportant measures were passed and the house adjourned. THE search for the victims. De* p«? rn tv Mrrh.nl* Being Employed ta Ken«-t> the Entombed Min ar*. PlTTeni h«*. June Is.—A special to Tha Time* from Duntmr Pa, *ay* Mice In-gicctorx Bill k of the Pittsburg district, md Kvaae of J«*hn»t*>wn, arrived early ye*terdoy tuorumg They went direct to The scene of the horror, where they were j joined by I ii.-*j »-ctor Keighley of this district The three, accompanied by several mine *ii(ieriuteu«lettt.H, tiro I#ones and a number of experienced miners from various part# of the region, went into the Mahoning mines with a view to cutting j through to the *cene of the expiation. Every man wa* carefully examined by the official inspector* before they were allowed to join the party. No one who had touched intoxicant* the night before was allowed j to enter the mine No married men were accepted, and all went pre parol to meet even death. It is a desperate case and desperate met hod* ere being employed to get et the entombed miners in the quickest poem bls way The talent and skill of the entire region is now directing rhe eft orts at rescue end together are managing to the minu-vet detail the work of penetrating the bura- • mg pit from the nearest point in the Ma honing mine* and arranging to drive the fire from Its present seat by a huge fan now ue * a erected at the mouth of the Ferguson work*. The meu rn the Mahomng work* were at IO u clock hist night about «e\enty five feet from what ie considered the shortest way into the iii feted mine. The inspector* ha.e no hope of find.ag the unfortunates alive The vierims will be reached certainly not later than nom to-day A feeling of horror p*.—w**e# the people here aud interval u* now centered at the mouth of the Marion mg mine* The relative* anil friends of the entombed miner* seemed to grew more anxiou# every hour during the day and night, and w.rh their increased burdens ao*e abandonment of hope and a more desperate grief There is no deep and no rent Hr them They seem bound to the pit’s mouth by some invisible power, and in their misery they stand, sadly *u bd lied and mute in their horror ami pain. swaying in constant harmony with their pitiable surroundings. They will remain there until the Hill Farm mine give* tip it* untimely dead Coroner Hobart of this county empanelled a jury and examined the bodies of Daniel Shieran and De rid Hayes, t wo victim* taken out Monday, aud will return here wheu he think- the other bodies will have been taken out Over TRI rf x TRwcsaog Poapi* tall tR* Greet Turf First a* SRseyRead May Hora Tnt* k—Oy**l*| Day et the J aaa Trotting Meeting nt Binghamton, K.    Bac    na nt CK k«r Track*. Sbextshkao Bat. June 19.—The seventh Suburban handicap race ha# been run. Salvator Is the winner. Caam ti* wa* second, a neck behind him. ami one and one half lengths heck was the little swaybacked horse Tenny The day wa# cloudy, hut pleasant, and the grounds were Jammed with humanity aa they were Raver jammed before They were fully SS,UUU persona present. The starters, weights. Jockey* and betting were as foi low*. Salvator 127 Ibm., I Morphy); S to E Carnous, IOT, (Tara! ; IU ta I. Tenny. IJT, (samoan s to 3. St ride* way. lid, (Taylor . 50 ta L Flrenai. Lid. (Ray : IO to L Race lait* I, 128. • Hamilton >; 4 to I. Prince Royal. 123, Anderson i; 25 to I. LoSgJitrerf 125, Berg-ii 25 to I. Montague. IIH. Martin ta to L The hontra finished in the following order Salvator, Casal un, Teuuy, >tride-away, Rat eland, Pireuzi. Prince Royal, Moutague aud Longvrreet. It was 4.15 p m whoa the bugle called the hones to the poet. Casein* was first to appear with halvator next, and tbe other* straggled in from all quarters. After two I break* the flag was dropped Cassius wa# in front, with Firenxi *econ*i and the other* in a clone bunch. Going around the find turn Casal us still he I* I the lead by • length, with Loo gat reef second. > tridents)? third, Firensi fourth, and the rod dose up Entering the heck stretch C nasi os led by two lengths. Luoatreet second anil Na! valor half a length behind him. (ruing down the lank stretch Cassius had increased the lead to four lengths, with Lougvtreet, Salvator Prime Royal and fenny in the order named Entering the home stretch Caesiua still led by rh roe length* in front of Salvator second, who wa* a neck in front of Stri«lo-away, followed by Longs*met, Raceland and the other* claes up. Inch by Inch Salvator crawled up on the leading Cassian In the last furlong ail were whipping and working desperately ( a##ius held the lead until close to the wire, when in the lest jump >alvaror pushed bt* head in front and wa# declared the victor by a neck Tenny wa* one and a half lengths away witn Srndeaway four lengtha behind. Time. *2 »si 4-5. The beat previous record for the suburban distance. I 4 mile*, was made by Kingston at Brooklyn iu JiO*)1*'. TROTTING AT BINGHAMTON Opening Day af the .luna Meeting—Larga Attendance and Fair Heather. Binghamton, X Y., June I*.—The Jane trotting meeting opened bere ye-terduy The weather wa# fair and the attendance good. Fir*t race 3-minute close, trotting, purse fie#-: (»(*»•# I rut bani .......................I    I    J 'nvuna -tax.......................... 2    2    J < loan the  ...........  J    3    3 Ne mo...................    4    4    4 Time.    STH Se* on cl race. 2 M claes, pacing, purse •BIO: K Ina Tusker ................. ,.1 I ( bart!* Trumbull......... ■» rn Kinney .......... . . ..4 3 Grover ' ..3 4 ffctaaX Pate km ..I 5 Lady Wt#Ni-uie dis. Time, 2 J34*. 2 2^4. SSW*. Thin! race. 2 27 ciaaa. trotting, pc MOU: 't. Jacob..................5 • I I Kirtle Frazier ...........4 I 3 4 .4.1*1 ie Pa:blinder . ..I « 4 5 R*Mtt liothan! ..........J 3 * 4» taiv«r King ................J 5 » a Marts—I Agger I at leo and Other I* At New Tart — New Turk.! ..I 3 I I'M «••••-« Pb ii ode I pii s a. ...I OI 103ffffU I— 7 Hn#e bit* New York 15. Phile»ielphia 12-Error* New York V Philodriphia 4. Bait erie# Ktsefe sad Eeing. >*uUer» and jflBfljon. Im pi re* K’tight and Line*. At Bostoa Morning pim# Bunton ......... ... • 2 4 I I 4 • 0 A-12 Brooklyn ,..i uoeeaotio—S Bone kit# - Bunton ll. Brooklyn IE Ern»r> Bostmi JU. Brookivn S. Batter!*— Dale) lad Kelly; YVeyLiug, Sow-Jer - sn*! Kinslaw. V rn ptra—Matthew*. Afternoon s?am*— Beaton  .........4    ! * I I I I « h-SS Br*wk fya............I    S ••••••»> t Base hit#- Bort on 22. Brooklyn k Error# Boston A Brooklyn IT Batterion—Kiiroy and Kelly; Yan HaJtren and ( .wk. Cm tm re* Vat th# w> and Gam be rf. At Piltsbarg - Pitt* burg..........SS040432    M-M Buffalo.  .........a    end    I    it 2 « •- I Bane bit* Pittsburg 14. Buffalo I. Error* Pittsburg a. Buffalo A Batten*** - Morns and Carroll; Haddock and Mack. Umpire*- Barmen and Gaffney At (Yktfo- rhu-ago  ........A    A 0 I § 4 I • S— 4 CleveJaad  ....... .4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4— I Ba.-** hit#- i hi< ag** 4. CVvaiaod I. Error*—i hicarfu A ' leeeiand A Bar ter ira K ag and Farrell:    Bake lay and Sutrliffe. Umpires—Ferguson and Holberf. * ATIOff al. I.Xx lit ■ At Bostoa - Boston  ..........„    •    1 0 1 4 4 4 4 A— 2 New York. ..........I 4444344 *-4 Ha.-** hit# Boer on 7. New York A P Error* B**stun A Naw Y'ork -L Bafteriea-Getzein and Bennatt: Welcb ami ; Bu*-k ley. I' mid ro— /aeha rims. Second game > Boston    ...JI    I I 4 4 0 0 0    1—4 , New York .....______t 40410444-3 Base hit#— Boston 7. New York A Error* B*et>m A New York I Batterie*-« lark**.n and Bennett Rlisle and j Buckley. I inpiro- Zm hartaa At Brooklyn - Brooklyn... .......l4S04434*-« Phila<1elphia    .... 4    4 ll I 3 0 I 4    4— 4 Ba.-** hits    Brooklyn    IL Philadelphia ll. Error* Hns*klya 4. PhUwieiphia 4. Bat ten*** Lovett and Bushong; * * leason and I Clement*. Umpires- Powers amt McMuaid. At Ciu< ianan — C t net r. natl  ........4    4444 4 30    *- I Chicago ............4    4044404    4—4 Base hit* A 'I ar in natl A Chicago A Error* ('im innari A < hi* ago 2. Batterie# Rhinen and Harrington. Hutchison and Kittredge. Umpire Lynch. Af Pitl-bnrg No game on account of autism val atClevel*nd i-lub. AMBCAI OMCUriOK At Philadelphia — Athletk*.............2    0 0 0 3 0 4 0 4— S Brooklyn. ........    4    2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4— 2 Barn* (ut#- Athletic ll. Brooklyn IO. Error* Athletic L Brmiklyn 0. Batterie* Whitney and Robinson: more mid Toy. Umpire T*M*te. At Syracuse — Syracuse,    4 4 Roc heater...^.......4 0 0 Base hit# Syracu-e A R*>cbester 5. Err era Syracuse (I, Rochester 0. Batten***- Sullivan and Briggs: Caliban and Mc Kanogh. Urn pin* - La test-her. At 'Uiieclo— Toledo  .............2    1 4 0 4 0 5 0 St. Louis............2    I 4 4 0 U 0 0 Base hits Tole*l«» bl. St. Lotas 7. Error* Toledo I St. bmb A Batt*-ne* - Healy and Welch; Stivetta and Minyan. Umpire - Barnum. At Coiambaa— “OUR MARY' SO MORF.. THE QUIET NUPTIALS OF THE FAMOUS TRAGEDIENNE. Maiti- 0 4 2 0 I— I *- 3 I-rn 4- 3 _____I 0 1 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 2 4 0 4 • 'n! em bae A Louisville A gambas 2. Louisville L '•aitright and O’Connor. 4- t 4— 4 Eh ret Time. 2.31*. 2 aP-4. 2 311*. 2:*. 2:JA Cot am him. Louisville Ixar#* hit* Error* ( Rn ter-.*** amt K van. I’m pine- Enc*lie. saw roe* sr.«ra Lgaacm. At Aibnoy — Albany 7, ' tneonta 2. At Ulna Utica-John'town-Glovavsvilla game post ported; a et grounds. I hic ago Ram. CHICAGO. June is —The rm*ee at West Stile pork yesterday ro*ult#ii a* follow*: First race. I 1-14 mile* Joe Blackburn first. luzzia B. second, Aru nile I third time, I 54**. Second nice. 1% mile: Chapman first. Stiver Lake second. Tall Bull third time, I TH V Third race, I mile-. Prophecy first. Wrestler second. Vermont third, time, I 4b\. Fourth race, *4 mile. Noon Day first, Vet tai secoui Tom Earl third, time, LIT** Fifth race. S niile Vedana first, Zeke Hardy secoud. W*edgefleid third, time, I UA Sixth race. I mile:    Winslow    first.    Long Shot tacond. Bob Thomas third; tune, IMS THE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. Death of a L rom I av hi New York. June 18 — A cable dispatch from Paris announces the death of V Munford Moore in that city yeatenlay morning Mr Moore was president of che National Park bank of New York. He sailed for Europe at the end of April and wa# expected to return this mouth He | divided the mouey succeed**! the late George H Potts as president of the bonk in l£*» Previously Mr Moore was engaged in the silk tm porting busine*# a# a member of the firm of A Person. Harriman k Co He was a native of New York ami was 43 years old Race* at 'ho*i»*iaea«i Bay. 3HIEr*HEAD Bat, June IS.—The results of yesterday's race* follow: First race. \ mile: Civil Service first, Geraldine second. Bine Rock third, tune, 1.1)6 3-5 Second rut 5-t furlong*, the double event:    Rusnell first Bolero second. Mise Ransom th.rl. time. l:lo Third race the Equio«*-tionAl stakes. 1H mile#: Hectare first Torso second, Jer my Pat third. time. I 56%. Fifth race, \t% mile* Beck first. Eon second. IVfaulter thir*i. time, L55 4-5^ Sixth race, I mile:    Watterson    and    Fol som ran a dead heat, Vengeur thirl time. I 44. The owners Watterson and race# A Terrific Plunge. Cincinnati, June 19.—Meredith Stanley. Che world’* champion bridge jumper, made a successful dive from the suspension bridge at I p. rn yesterday, a distance of I (JU feet. He struck the water head first, and after coming to the surface he .Limbed into the boat waiting for him ami kelped row ashore At. Lewis Rare#. ST Lot'I A June 18— Yesterday’s resulted as follows. First race. H mile: fanlight first. Lamar second. Yale third, time. 51. Second race. % mile:    Dousman    first, Harry Ireland second. May Hardy third. time. I Sh. Third race. I 1-16 miles: Julia Magee first, Good Bye second. Expense third: utue. I 47*|. Fourth race. I mile Glo# kaer first. Ely second Frol Tara! third. time. 14* Fifth race, it* mile* War Pealr first. Hypocrite second. Newcastle thin!, time, fefifc Tha Senate Committee Will Report IX to the *euat# To-.lav. W ashIN<.ton. June IS.—The senate committee on coni rn*-ere has compiled the river ami harbor bill and will report it to the *ena£e to-dav The bouse bill appropriate* tm.975.404. The senate committee have recommended certain amendments reducing the appropriation* In the house bill ta*iT,7dU. and certain others increasing it to the amount of •(. LVi.kVl, making a proposed net increase of 13. 164,750. The report to be presented by Mr. Frye says; The more important increase* are as follow*: Harbor of Refuge. Point Judith. R. L, IIUO.'M) New York harbor. flUB.HM), purchase of Portage lake canal# Michi gau. KIT*) (UM); Mississippi river, from head of passe* to month of Ohio. fl,373,Mfi, IL'**!.UUD of which had heretofore, at the present session of congress, passed the boa-** by joint resolution, and for that reason wa# "dncken from the houae bill and wa* restored by the senate committee, no action having been taken on the bouge joint resolution. The a urn lier «>f river and harbor works estimated for by the chief of engineers for the rt*cai j'ear ending June -IU. Ital, i# 342: aggregate of estimate* of local engineers at the amount* which could be profitably expended during said year is kPki.Nifi,-0U5.58; aggregate of the estimates of profitable expenditure during the same year by the chuff of engineers is •»). 186.NXJ. to vhtch should be added 14,346, 250 recommended by the Mississippi an*I Missouri river commission*, making a total of (Cit*.532,560. The bill reported undoubtedly cover* the expenditure*, which will be made for two year*, and if the estimates of profitable expenditure had extended over the same period, it ie reesonable to believe that they would have been doubled, aggregating #77.065. l(X). Tke Ceremonv Takes Piece at a Naaall #•4 Ubtrar# < trope I Neat I.#«mI«m#- Ae IsavnM Crowd Try ie t min to Gels At! im tits ova ta the Chnrrh—Th* Bridal Part* Showered With Rica. London, Jane Ii.—The strenuous elfort* of Miss An«!er*on and her frten»l* and Mr Navarro and hut friends to ensure the complete privacy of the Anderson-Navarro nuptials were crowned with success The wed (Lug party left Dr Griffin ’n house together and arrived at the chapel ef St. .Mary’*, Hampstead at exactly ll e’cl«)ck vroterday morning Iziug before the ar rival of the party an .ainaen.se crowd in ciudiug maar person* in the higher walhs of life, besieged the church and vainly attempted by atta* king the narrow eu tranro to obtain admission by storm The door which wa# kept locked wa* guarded by tke -extern and two policemen, wha must have possessed trait# of incorruptibility far above tbe average ta enable them te withstand tbe te rn prat iou to ac cept tbe handsome sum.* that were offered by several in the crowd for a glim par of the interior of the church during tha cere mony Ae the party drove up the door wa# opened to admit them and kept open exactly five mantas, wheu tt wa# again * i«»*ed and the rigid guard resumed Nine person#, including the principals, entered the church ta quick suecBasion and a# the last one ort*##**! the threshhold the Peavy door wa# shut with a bang that mu#t have severely tate*! tbe failing strength of it* frame. Mien A udersoa wa* charmingly dresoed in whit* satin, with orange bio*#oins and the other eonventioual insignia of the bride and bar stepsister, Mi.ss Blanc ha Gnrftn who ac Ie* I a# bridesmaid, wa* attire#! in white with an enormous feather in her hat. Alfonso Navarro wa* the groomsman end Joseph Aadersou gave away the bride. Canon Purcelle, the parish priest who officiated wa- attended by eight acolytes. The airer was literally covered with lilies aud the chancel profusely de* orate#! wirh palms aud ferns Gunoud s nuptial mas# # a# reuderot wirh an organ accum (*annnent only, and a dozen orphan boy* in velvet with white sh-bes heat rewed the aisle with Sower* a# tbe bride and gr«»om left the altar A# ta** wedding party left the church the brid* and groom were cheer**! by the crowd out-id* aud deluged with rice, which wa.- thrown from th# window* of the house* »»ar the church After the we#iding breakfast at the residence of Dr. Griffin. Mr and Mr* Navarro took their departure for the continent. The diminutive Hampstad chapel where the cere rn* ai y wa# performed. I* for most reason#, the m*#*r unlikely place In london to be selected as the -erne of a notable marriage It is vers difficult of acce##, it* only approach being a narrow and dingy (tack street running up a steep hill. I he chapel itself has an extremely dismal aud forlorn appearance. It* front and n#>f are flush with tho*** of th# ad joining house*, an*! the building might be passe#! a hundred times without tieing noticed It will seat about ISO persons. Although the crowd were thwarted in their attempts to witn#**# the ceremony they did not depart, without at least a small degree of compensation for their disappointment. After the departure of the wedding party the church we# amply mob**#L anti ut a few minute# completely denuded at its floral decoration*, which were carried off as mementoes of the sc , miaou Not ooly were the flower* taken, bat not a vestige of rhe large plant# aud palm# which adorned the chancel wa# left. The only article* of especial value in the church ar#* #everai rare painting* which #ugaged the attention of the crowd until they were driven out by th#* sexton. Mise An*ier*on wa* a frequent worshipper at toe little church and ha# donated a large sum of money for the purpo**# of refitting aud decorating it. The probability of a police strike increase#* and the authorities at Scotland Yard. f. ating the worst, are quietly organ# zing a reserve force. Handrol# of recruit- nave already br#*n -worn iu and are ros-ivTng a degree of instruction in the dune# of a p#)licemin that will enable them to mak#* creditable showing in the event oi a general revolt of the old men agoiusr rn# govern merit'* treatment of their dematei*. The ceiling of % a^h**#?! room at Go! I uh, Urueeia. ted yesterday, killing five children aud injuring a birge number of other*, mane of them seriously. Iu the Houae of tom mon*. London, June 18. — in tile house of commons last night Mr VV H. Smith state#! that the government would move next Mule is v- for mu earlier    assembling    of parliament, the curtailment of delate* on the queen's speech and "he suspension of ouch com pl I* ated nies-ur## a* the land purchase hill until next session Mr G!a*i>tone gave notice of hi# intention to offer a resol un# *u that such grave chaoge* in parliamentary practice a# teat contam potted in Mr Miuth s prop##**! motion ought not to occur. Aa A gr« **uu*nt ta Regard to .4 fide*. Berlin. June 19 — A *(.a»cial issue at the Reichoranger give* the •ietml* of agree meat between (germany and Eagiand in reg ar* I to Africa, (jermaay *-#*ie* .'N»malL laud and Vita to England, ami England cede* Heligoland to <d*rniany CLASS DAY EXERCISES AT CORNELL. ladleful for laiufgliac Clotltlng. New Yuk*. June 19 —The federal grand jury yesterday found indictments against several steamship employes concerned in the smuggling of clothing, etc., by the steamship City of New York. They also indicted a custom house weigher for collecting money for campaign purpose*. Kaw i>estmated for Coagros*. ZAN xx villa. O, Jane Ut—Jarnee W Owen wee renominated for congress by acclamation by the Democratic district convention yesterday taait tog for Sir. Xalllvaa. New York. June f9 -The California At biotic club of San Francisco bae telegraphed R. K Fox that the offer at rn Ekeuuu puree for rn match between Sullivan and Jackson will be open until July L Jackson ie anxious to leave for Australia if there are no prospects of Sullivan s agreeing to meet him. entoiled by rn Railroad Train. Trot, N Y., Jane D* —John Kauffman wa# struck by the Albany local train At the iron works last evening and fatally crnshe#! He wa# alive when pick<*l up. Yesterday aftern##>a Mr*, ( hristian Brady, who was recently released from en moan* asylum, cut her throat with a razor, and died ten minutes later *    - . ...... Hanged HI ai sa lf Ie Hi* Bare. Rochester. N Y , June 18. —Christopher Frank, a farmer living southeast of Newark, hanged himself in his barn yesterday morning. No reason for his rash act can be ascertained. He woe 42 years old and leaves one daughter and a son. erie stoke A Hoadaoiii** 'abstriction to tbe New Hoar Hon-** Fund. Ithaca, Jane 18.—The Cornell men of MU held their cia#* «lav exert-!*#*** ye*terday m the big gymnasium hall, which wa# beautifully decorated for the or# onion The ball wa* well filled with people The hdlowing program woe ol*ierv«*d:    Prayer by Rev. C M Tyler roll *m!i, J. E. Greenawalt; ria## oration. F Abbott, cia## J# win. Mise    E.    L Berry cia## essay, Mi*# E. L Gilbert— president s address F H ('a ' n Mr VV H Batrin of the cl ase precented to the univerniry the clow# memorial.    clee# suiiecription ta the new lj*«r hoa#e fund The senior reception came off in the evening in the armory and wa* a groat success, many prominent person* being pressor from a distance. Great inrerosf is manifested in to-day * boat race (aft ween Cornell and Bouden crews I** t . t Ilia wet Ic J*,r Sa*ur»lay 'spacial    'ale,    by    Erie R R. from NV*w York: One shipment La.lie» best fast I.lark Cotton Hose. worth 40* . only   *C • tee ! >t ladies best faut black it.we. superior quality, worth 50c., #»nly tie One lot ladies black dye Hote. w.irlh J5e„ .inly  ......  j|H One lot very flue assortment b >ys’ best f ist black doable knee Hose. worth 40r. ooly .........       19 One lot children’s best fast black ho*»s», worth    45c.,    only...... ......... One lot large o#?ys best fast blin k double knee    Hose    worth    •"*0c    ,    only ..... One lot gentlemen's best fast black half Uo#e, worth Mb*., only..............fRw' One lot ladies very fine fast fancy colored Hose, worth 65c , only........... age One lot ladies new style fancy striped Hose. warranted fast colors, worth *J5c ‘>nly...................*........................   |7« (tee lot ladies fancy Wide strip#* Hose very fashionable, worth 40c., only -Jftc One lot ladies extra large Balbriggan Hose. worth 4de , ouly................$ge La. ii es'beat font black ribbed Hose. worth toe, *mly...................  38c One lot lollies Taffeta black Gloves otdy.............     *Jfic *>ne lot ladies'pure silk Jersey Gloves only........       48c Ladies fancy Blouses    .. .    .     MI    65.    75c.,    ii    311 Best fancy Table Oilcloth worth 4d» per yard, our priee only      23c New line lollies' aa*! gentlemen's light w. iglu 'ummer Underwear LimHi STORE, SPECIAL ANNOUNCE Rn E ll (»HK h RS VV \ \g ED Men, a it* I wow#»n ff arffiiG Kin; pav. steady w«m * Out!!* lr#***. Blo •*n#-ri^n*« ii**—l*-d. J. Rtteaai IX ti it MEY, t* iirwn aum, Ro#-howler, N. \ O TODD (Kl JU ii . Pgtci.i V tu>rt**** s, SI? Tm o 'V, VV tnfeiagtiw, D ( , opp I s i’:iU*ot "i (I*-# P.tieuu, (LaveaU a»*t Ii*- ls»i#w #**-ur#**l rra*U* VI irk - is*rfi*t**i‘#*d. VII I*4L#*m »*h.-h»**m-•sui. I im-lr*! for UMNlsraU* I#*. lnf<>riu:»u**u Advice aa*! *p»*«-ial r»-f«:r#*B*-#** -t#*«t*»a r«*iur»t ♦Ll (Kl Lu i"*'.!! lh! A HiIVTII ran tw Slat!# Pl rf si ta L«,rf*f,ew working tar an. Pvtwmw tire terre*! who ran f urm-li a M•<#-«- amt give their whole urn** iu the bosib^orr nooirni-may (>e prom lilly employed also. A few varan*-(en hi towns an#! > »t*e-.    3.    F JOHNSON A CIX, *ouo Main Sc, 9». nm.;n.! Va. ROOMS TO RENT In the Mer*-haota Bank Huihltng. Impure ut it    J»* ..h,W rtner *ir Frank Mav CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St.. Has jii't receive#) a full line of E#{ual to any in tho city, arni at prices that will pay you to ta*** him l^foi^ po re basing. Flood for Sunday Ball Flax lag. Easton, Pa, June UL—The Easton Baseball club wen found guilty and fined for plgJlBg * (taos af hta id*) • unday No Brotherhood HroJkaaiea ta sated. Reading. Po., June IK—Brakemen on the Reading railroad have been notified that they aire axwort ad to loaro tha Order Of Btalnjad    0316    lh*    HVTlffiB <*■”-)**—cr.    .-s3 A Plea for Normal *< hoot I nit ra.-tiaa. Ithaca, N Y., June IS. — President Francis A. Walker at the Massachusetts Institute of Technlcology delivered an ad dro*# yeatenlay at Walls college, in which he made a strong and elaborate pisa for normal taboo! instruction la women s eoUafk Wh have the largest assortment (rf Pateut laeathv-r Sh#s-s in plain and light-colored tofts, hand and machine sewed. VV e carry a complete line of NETTLETON^ Fine Shins. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this rnak^. You will like them. Our GENTS $-*.gg ( alf Shoe in Button and < ongress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the V»est shoe for the money that has ever t»een offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and fie convinced. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street*: PATENTS! ( avesta, anti Trad* Mara* on am**.!, and oil c arui ha»in«»*Ni‘oa*iu* uh! for Modarat* Fooa # lur oii!< « rn appoint* IL 9. Patent u<B*-# Ws havsno aul) aa*>u* i«* ai! Imam#** I.re«-t,batten an trau»a*-t oatent tntainaaa is ie** nm.* aa#! ti (.en* < oat than tuna* rsoiot* from Wumui ton, 'eu*t mo*lei, irxwlnrf, or pboto, with Im-r'si.on. Kl advt** if patantotaa or not. ft-** of .'Marie* (lur fro not due till paleot is »«<*urmi A boos, "H*»w to Obtain Patents,** with rmt-«r#n. r* to a#*tuAJ .'liaut* ta your *taUi,<-ouaty. or town, *«nt free. Add re** C. A. SYO VV A CO., Oppoeite l ei enc DOI.-a. Vt uMip' t. D. C. Df(Y -C(0CD3 AjSD €#^pet^. IDIX moi atrail AMRKfCAH BLOCK. IO-.' Main Street. Buffalo. ...    -    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is:    ‘Second to None.’* Wa wish to bg second to none in your service. Try un and see. We wish to iiuprcsx upon our out of town friend*, iu view of the propose#) Heinie* in the tariff aud the potable int “re ane iu the cont of nt'arlv ail kind* of dry ^ood*. that Hie mouth of June will be .TUR month for them to shop. Price* were never lower than they are at pr»k'eut in our store. If the proposed tariff bdl pax*e4, price* must go up. We are offering splendid luxr- ^aina in sateens ami gingham* aud •ummer wash fabric' of all kind*. The balance of our Mpring stock of cl*.ak* are Seiling cheap. We quote the following bargain* in underwear: Gentlemen 1 blue mixed shirtx mad drawers in iue#!iuui weights, at Stic per suit. Gentlemen's Balbriggan underwear, 50c. per suit. Gentlemen's blue angola shiru and drawers at if**, each, 40c. good*. Ladies Jersey ye#t* ae low ae IO#:. each. Ladies’ balbriggan vents with lace trimming, only 15c , worth *J5c Good gra*1e Jersey vesie at 25c ^each. White and black lisle thread Jersey vests at 75c. eai'b Hi)Ic. vests, all colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably sd z inced if the tariff ie changed Our prices are much below even current prices, amt we are selling fine doth*, napkins. D Oyleys. towels, etc . at rare bargains    - New sty!#;* in parasols. New style* in glove*. New style# in tindery. Headquarters in Buffalo for |T ar pet*. Hugs. Draping and upholster!ng^fabric*. a:j Neldm and Anton, A MEKIC AX BLOCK, MAIS fir It EET. BUFFALO, N. Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, wain st., Birr alo, a. f. DEALER IR Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clo# k», Silverware, Leadier #*#mds, etc KSU UA VISO, HOLD 4 KIL YUK ULA TIS A COMPLETE Lnra ow Holiday Goods .'US I WAIN HT REIST* BUFFALO N Y - IIVINEYS BREAX? $*T. THE WUORC SORT ; The RldHT ONES mm n. PEARL TOP AND ARC Sale Mi? ky GEO. A. MACBETH k CO., PITTSBURGH. PA,Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures ;