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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 26, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. Y THURSDAY. JUNE 26, 1890. NO 113 6 Ii EP Ii ES EN TA TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK \NHV KITMNO MAC HINK for rullUK , nil kind* of Ida ilk- la (iii; litrxt *<l<iitloi> U> be Mfrlinuiral I ie part nm ii I iii Diuikirkjl’rinlmirf’ oapuf. CONGRESSIONAL WORK. MR INGALLS CREATES A LITTLI STIR IN THE SENATE. A 'A AMICK'* < ..al anil Wm-I Yaol,?* IIH! A Villi!*, OIiJHif. I* Nm k •* I l'l*U' _ i|»oA All u i *<fi# of lfar<l an J Soft ( <*ai, W 4l| LiiiuIkt. Hlnofli‘1 ami I .alii. Krw i-bv t tumi|MUil«iuv(! for wlmltwilr lot* •Olin u*l. M K. OICCOKD. ta ami ti!, central Are If. Arimi.< f'hotagrspher. IiiBtaalaneou* Pholofrrapli* of liable* a nim* tally. Hitler* or**<| not wait for suu-hiue rn«|»t for 'cabin*. Hook kimikky James Imvinu, l*r.c-prietnr. No. Iii K. Heeomt *tr«**t. near Ktif-falo Minot., dunkirk, N. Y. Magazine*, Mu-•lr., Humph let*, fir., l-mml in all -trie*. Order* promptly ain-mle<l lo. All work guaranteed. Ii I >u HHK * ( IMH kKKI HOU**, «. ;tUH ( unHat Avenue. ll I) Wboleaale ami retail dealer in I». ported and lomintii' I luna, Olaaaware, Ac. / t H ALIT AI 'til' A HOTEL, \ j    Kate*,    ll    i»er    day. Livery and Itoardmg Htabta in con nee ti cia. Victor Hider, J.% and Xii Lion aired. CllTl KA Kit HK SII OI* J    (bas.    Nagle, Prop., Under Lake shore National Hank, corner Center and Third street* A line atoek of foreign and Oonaeatic I mar*. / ION KLIN A SON, A J    .‘tin    Center ti tree I, Practical borae nboera. Particular a lieu lion din inU'ifeniig hora***. alumina of road ■I trotting homes a specialty. CSKI KH EVEN I NO OUHKRVICK. Lai gent I laity in the Comity. An unequalled advertising Blellum. (SKOCH KNOINK.P.KINO COMPANY. *    kotu'.arlv >eHcv% A I'oppic Ma ii u fuel ii re rn of Engines, Holler- Pulleys, lofting Hauser*, eta. Patteriia, Forgings, idling-, and Ma* blue Work lo order. UN K I HK SII I KT CCL, Art, ‘JUT. ami SVT, r ( euler hind, Manul.e turn* of the .rom well” ami “Dunkirk** perter,! - titling tea shirt*, on Male in all leading furnishing, tithing ami dry gm-l- houses in Dunkirk. v V. TOOMEY, I.    434 aud 436 Lion street. Dealer in flour, Feed, -alt, Haled llay. Piton- Ut|i‘s f* ta* KiUlilnlid, 1877. .'KIK HOI Kl. aud Dining Salome, Im.rn j Depot easy access lo af) trams ami bus ess houses. Hest accumimstaliona for Cum-crc tai Travelers. John J. Mur (illy, Prop. ; HI.Kits A CO.. i    ii? a rn! UM IC. Third street K'ne furniture, < aln net Ware aud Up->1* taring. Picture frames made loopier. f IL MATTESON A CCL, 301 (Amiral Ave., Bader* of t a-.bion and (tcullcmen on Id lur* | A KELI. STKAM H KATI NO CHL an ii lecturers of Steam Healing Appal ains Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. _| OUK STKAM LAUNDRY. Our *|ieci»ltie*:    flue Shirt*, l®r; Collars, I i; ( lids, Cc, ami La* e Curtains. I-ire Deli? I ■y. A W Cumming*, Jo? ( cuter street ll. K. OKUM. K Third st., cor of Buffalo • aniif.i lurer ami dealer in I ut ii.* .Is A Stunts I Third st. H«*>fc#. HUUnnerv, .Musical ln| —Daily ami W'«^-kl\ Pawers, pertaining t.> a (list class I*.t.*k J KS KY kVKlLKKH NKW STOKE, I US K " “ al....... ~* “~ agi n«i t* very Un i a . ____ _ su e achoo. Iitstks a sp«*cinlly. OH PHINTINO of every description aud at low cst living rata* by Dunkirk Priutiug Company, 8 and IO K. .Second St. JU. YAN Kl’ KEN A SON, Fir# Life. A cc I • tan! aud General Insurants. Dealers in Real testate ami Ltiau*. Particular attention nan) to Hie care of properly ct ti Itll mg rent* Ac, illy tenter at., 5ud dtstr. VI ON KUKA PHAKMACY, MO Central Avenus i sd.junrtar- ftu M all Palter Paint , Oils, Ac. I) CKK INS, J. W„ IU* t elitei street, .Manufacturer »u*l dealer in liar aes*. Haddie#, Undies, ( ttllars, Trunks,W hips, Hnflaio Holies, llortm Covers Cloy es Milieu* aud Meta ti Kolte*. I) SCHOLTES. ,    17    Hast    Third    street k a*doonablc Tailor, (ientlemen will dud it to their advantage Ut call on me I mf or* purchasing elae where. »> rn. CAMT rn i ut, ,    33.1    Lion street. General Hardware, While Imad.OiIs Painter’s .idles, Ode lotha, (; ram ie Ware. A specialty of sberwib Williams Pa ut and Monroe range. ULI NO, such as blank-ltottks, ledgers, and all kinds of blanks done at Duukirk Printing Company, B aud IO E. Secoiitl st. Hupi-tyof; K I > I IKM PH MOLDEN ll IU EK, \    Cor. Tlurtl au«t Hudaht sta.. Dealer IU Orauite, Marble, t tagging anti Budding stone. Call tm me I rn for* buying your anie-walk RISI.KY A CNL, i    7 and S f.a*t front street. Whisky, Wines, Krait*lies •yet. era I Liquor blore for family Use. I I«I KE ICI M KAY. Ii    Lion all eel, near Hie dc|M»t. Boaitliug, Sale, lw| and l.ivery ''Labia. stapling by Ute day or week ou r*a*onahh terms. ^AM J. OII .NIHD, till Central Ave. (Ii,, n stairs), General I ti suiance ami Heal K ut* Agent, fire, Life, Accident, ami Live Stack Iusuialice. Proiupi atlentitin given ta buying and selling Heal Latah »•' C. JONES, I ,    75 K. Third st., tssr. lH**r. fxcelaioi Meal Market, fresh, Salt an. bm ok tai Meat*, I.aril, sausages, (J) aiel a an Poultry. k TI HES. JE W I CKI. A* 'Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Be pairing a spe< laity, frauk F. stapf, &’• K. Third st t. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, 316 Central Avenue $500 REWARDI WL will pay th* above rewar>l for any ca of Liver Complaint, D> apepsia, awk Headache ,< indigestion, . oils 11 patron or cusUveaosa Wt | caauot cure with W est’s Vegetable Liver Pills when the direction* are slimily complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail ta give satisfaction >ugar teated. Large l-jxe*. I'onlaiuiug :to Pills, A cents. Beware of OOUB tarfeiu. ami imitation*. The genuine maut) lacured only by .KHIN (J. W HST A CO. Sold by Monroe’! PH aku apt. U kirk, N Y lia Charges Senator Call W'th falsifying Th# Record, but Afterward# NI<Kilties His I .aug uage—Mr. Call Arni***# th# Henefer from Kansas of Slander aud ('owai dice—Work In th# House. Washington, June aft.—The senate yesterday amended and passed bouse joiut involution ant hurl zing the use of a govern ment pier In Pblcafo The following billa were taken freiu the calendar and pasaed House hill increasing by IMI OOH the limit of coat of a public building at Springfield, Mo ; houae bill authorizing the erection of a boud for col ©red people upon the govern went resarvn-tiou at Fortress Monroe. Mr Call rose to addresa the senate on the subject of resolution#, heretofore offered by him (and report*-*! hack adversely from the committee ou foreign relations): One authorizing the president to open ne gotiatIons with the Spanish government for the purpose of inducing that government to consent to the establish went of a free aud indejiendent republic in <’uba; and the other in relation to the German ownership of a large proportion of the bonded debt of ('uba While the second resolution wa# betug read Mr Sherman moved that th# doors he closed The motion was aer onded by Mr Ed mu tula and the doom were ordered to be cIumh! Mr. t all being timeout elf iii hie desire to make a speech before the public, said he would withdraw the resolution#, hut the order to clone the doom wa* insisted upon by Messrs Sherman and Edmund*, aud was carried tutu execution At I HO p rn the door* were reopened aud ilia senate took up the house tai 11 for the admission of Wyoming Into the Union as a state. The bill wa* laid aside temporarily sad Mr Ingalls of!ere*! a resolution Instructing the committee on privileges and elections to inquire into the publication in the congressional record of the day of a per annal explanation by Mr Call, and to re port whether it la in aocordanco with th# rulea. regulations and pracllca of th* •enate: and directing that such J '*N»nal explanation Im withheld from t’ e per ruaueiit edition of I tie Record until further order of th# amate    Mr. Call aatd that he didn’t think that the resolution' should lie adopted There was no possible ground or reason for it and no excuse for it He hail asked the leave of the senate on June J last to priut extract* from the record in vindicating of hi# career in tile seuate, in response to a paniphet, atta* k tug him. aud that was all that he had done The libel which he had been replying to bad contained a statement of bill* which he introduced in the senate aud which had not bn onie law. At his leisure lie had prepared a statement in hi* own viiultca lion and had submitted it to a member of the committee on priming (Mr Gorman) OU w hose judgment lie relied and who had informed him that there was no iutpro priety whatever iii having it published That wa# the whole statement of the case ami where, lie asked, was there any breach of privilege iii it f Mr. Ingalls—The senator from Florida ha*, in my judgment, not only growdy violated aud abused the privileges of the senate, hilt he lies delllirrately falsified ilia record of what occurred ou the day when the transaction took place Mr lintier—I call the aenator from Kansas to order. Mr Ingalls—I withdraw the olewrvation. Mr Butler Is it parliamentary, Mr. President, for a saunter to get up and denounce another senator on this floor of j having been guilty of an infamous crime? Mr Ingalls I withdraw the observe j tion and say that the senator from Florida changed The Record So far as that is a; modification or change I make it Mr ('all I beg that the senator from Kansas mar Is* allowed to proceed without interruption, and not in order to aay whatever lie desire* to say on this subject Mr Butler The senator from Florid* ta not entirely the judge in this matter I think it ta due to the dignity of tbin ImmI) that such epithets aud charge# a* have e»cM|>ad the senator from Kau*** (aud which I am glad he has withdrawn) shall not lie allowed to go oil The Recon! without the attention of the senate being cal levi to it Mr Ingalls I withdraw the assertion that tile senator from Florid* falsified ! Tile Record and I any that bo changed The : Record without leave of the senate. The J senator fnun Florida asked leave on t he Jut! of June to insert certain portions of rhe Congressional Record ami certain let- I tors and statement* as an api>endix to his remarks In the publication this morning the words: “Aa an appendix” are struck out without leave of the senate, at* as to make it appear that he had leave to print this mas* of material, which was never Uttered and wha Ii he never obtained leave to insert It is tile first finis in the history of the senate that *uch a thlug has occurred, but I should uot have com plained if the senator from Florida bad not seen fit in hie owu attempted vtndlca tion to prepare what he calla a tabulated abstract which he has inserted here, in which he compares the relative servos* of members of tins Is*!y with his own, aud in many ca*** to their detriment I have no bewit.-ition in saying that the table is incorrect iii many important particulars Ile has taken the trouble to rnaka a ilia tory of my conduct during the fiftieth congress, showing that I had introduced forty four hills, of which one pension bill became a law and two others—omitting ail reference to the fact that throughout the whole of that congress I wa* the pre siding officer of this la*!)’. I Insist that the senator from Florida hasn’t doue what he obtained leave to do; that ta, hi insert extracts from the record letter* aud other statement# in vindication of his owu course as an ap|*cudix to his remarks., Further, I insist that he has mutilated the record of what occurred OU that day by striking out the statement that he was allowtsi to priut such extracts as an ap pcndix The senator from Florida is not alone iii being as|iers«sl aud assailed by |ier*oiial enemies; ami it is a very pernicious precede ut for a senator to arise here aud make a few disconnected aud incoherent observations, ask leave to print es an api»eiidix certain statements in his de fens*-, aud then make The Congressional Record the conduit through which iwr-soual as|s*rsions are to be ans were*! at the expense of tile record of his associates. The discussiou was further participated in by Messrs Hoar, Gorman, Manderson aud Call The latter retorted ou Mr. Ingalls by pointing out “how' small the raau how bitter the malevolence, how menu the character that could fiud iu such circumstances the willingness to accuse another aenator of falsifying Tho Record ” IU Z“ar “* *ll*uld 4*ui*nd of him n#r.i    <*'*'-*•    * man and not the cowardice af a slanderer " ii SJUI,°*    regular arder buat ness Th. resolution therefore went over without action and the senate proceeded with tho bill for the admission of \N joining aa a stat# ♦*^fri., l,4tt’    of    th*    bill,    submit ted the committee's report a* an argument in faeor of its passage Mr Vest op-poaod the bill on the ground that the population of the territory didn’t warrant its admission, and hecaiiaa the constitution gave aliens the right to hold land and contained * woman’s auf frage clausa Mr Platt replied to Mr. Vest and then at S SG p m the seuate ad jouruad. IN THE HOUNE. Washington, June SM-The house ye. terday adopted the conference report on the naval appropriation bill On motion of Mr Conger of Iowa debate rn 1l,f?r bU1 WM*    from 2 un til ft o’clock Mr Morse of Massachusetts addressed the house In sup|M*rt of the bouse bill and in opp* wit inn to the acuate amendment* He regarded the senate bill as . n«.w o.it- ,l” °f ,h** hat money or greenback craze which had swept over the country some years ago ^r- McAdoo of New Jersey announced that he was not la favor of free coinage but he could not bring himself to the point of supporting the secretary of the traaaury’a proposition to make silver a coni modify Mr Peters of Kansas believed that the demonetization of silver la 1*7.3 wa* wrong and that the mistake should he corrected now. He had voted recent Iv to sustain the speaker lieu* use he believed the Shaker was right, hut he was now com fronted with the questiou whether he would vole for free coinage or for uon iou curl. it. «• in the senate amendments. He did* t think he would tie justified in de dining to vol# for free coinage Mr. I ay tor of Illinois opposed the sen ■I* Mil *,„i , h«r„-.l rh." H w», b.7!., pusher I by the ui.Md disgraceful lobby ever JI IJT!W.pi,*il H“n,,y * artier outside of I tie hall of the house could be turned without running Into some of them Ile w an for a measure that would bring the two metals together at the ..holiest pus slide time, aud that would take the whole product of this country It seemed to him that the house bill should satisfy th* silver men. That bill had already raisod their product from nrt to 104. Mr Heard of Missouri-How do you know It was not the senate hill which did that ? Mr. I aylor I don’t auppose there is any man insane enough to »upi>oxe we will have free coinage in this country. Mr Heard -A large majority of the arn ate seemed to think so Mr ( ti ic hr-* >n of Michigan said he would vote to non concur. Ile believed the hill could aud would lie improved In conference. I nder free coinage the value of every workingman’* wages would be scaled down The only people who would Is* benefitted would la* the big corpora fions, who could pay off in depreciated currency. Mr. \\ I Ilia iii* of Illinois charged that the president had sent men here threatening a veto if a free coinage hill was pa seer I Messrs. B.tyue and Broid us of Pennsylvania op{Mi<*ed the sen-tfe bill. Mr Mi Kin lee in chining the debate said thai the question of da* was whether the financial system of Hie country should U I overturned Ile onj-oaed the senate amendment* Iscaiise he wanted both gold I aud silver used. .md wanted them to lie equal i„ purchasing par and legal tender I quality. I he hour of ,3 o’clock arrived and the speaker declared the previous question or , dered On motion of Mr Springer a separate! vote was taken on the question of substi-1 tuting for the Drat section of the house bill the first section of the senate bill which provides for free coinage. Tile senate amendment wa- rejected— i 19ft to I YJ    ^    J The following Republicans voted in favor of free coinage; Messrs Barrio#.! ( arter, ( oniiel. DeHaven, Featherstone I r ulisten, Gifford, Hermann, Ke|le\ Laws •Sorrow. H-rklB,, IWn. !*<»,, Smith' Tow""-*"1 (Colo.). Turner iK.u.J " illianis (Ohio), D**r.sey. Anderson iKau I I Owen (Iud I, Wmie. Morrill ■*;( the following Democrats voted with the Bepuhltcana to non concur Messrs Andrew Hm-kalew. ('am plat 11, Clancy, Coe-et-., Duiiphy, Dargau, Flower, Geia*en-hainer Maish. McAdoo, Mulch ie r, O’Neill W'«iau, Sp!sola. Tracv, Turner (N Y ). \ aux. W iley, W ilcox. Rusk Bt ump—gj Ail of the of bar amendments we.-edi*-Mgrved to as a party vote lieu,* take u only on the fourth. < bl motion of Mr. Conger it was ordered that a conference committee la- apptontad Hie confer* nee report on the diplomat consular appropriation was preseute.1 and agreed to. Mr. ( an non, from the committee on rules, reported an order providing that the house consider the national election hill * ginning with I lie passage „f the silver btu, the previous question tote* ordered at I s’ a cock. Job J. t|,at ,t,lrlll|r    |fl#t two days auo udmeiita may be offered iu th* house wit J, debate under th* (Ive minute rule. thia rule not to interfere with an* preprint iou billa. Mr Springer moved to adjourn It was agreed to allow forty minutes’ debate, aid Mr Springer withdrew hi* motion. Mr .McMillan attacked the lull charging that those who pressed were tired of being elected by the people aud wanted to be elected by the government. Mr. Blount of Georgia said the propo aition* in the bill were monstrous aud de grading. During a controversy with Mr. McMil leu Mr. Cannon said that the election law wa* now in operation in New York city. Messrs Flower, Reldeti and Cumming# tried to reply, ami there was much confu aion. The speaker filially restored order and Mr. ( iii non said that this bill only pro-posed to extend a law which had been on the statute book# for twenty years. Mr. O’Neill of Indiana intimated that there had i»een fraud in Mr. Cannon’s district and tsked if the hill would prevent the buying of votes there Mr. i'almon re JhHied, denying tile charge, aud saying that the gentleman demonstrated to the country that he was careless in his accusations aud his tongue w as hut a slander auy man on or off the floor. Mr. O’Neill attempted to reply against the speaker * gavel, and it was necessary finally for the sergeant at arms to bring forward t he great mace to restore order A motion of Mr Springer to table the resolution was lust—yea*, lift; nay*, 183, Mr. Coleman of Ixxilsiaua voting with the Democrats. The resolution of the committee on rules was then agreed to. After arranging to meet at ll o’clock each da) during this discussion the house, At .\3U p m adjourned. MAA ii A TKR GETS Til ERK. UNANIMOUS LY NOMINATED FOR GOV ERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA. ■armonv ami ttasft Peering Ti •••ll* Throughout the Proceeding- of the Convention Pre*lde..l llarrUon. No* rotary Blain* aud Other* Eulogized. The Platform. Harrisburg, Po . Jnne» The RepulE (lean state convention wa* called to order at Kl A) vest en!av morning by Chairman Andrews Walter Lyon of Allegheny was elected permanent chairman. After some routine busine*# the oouven Hon took a re<*es* for an hour It was about J 30 o’clock when the con veutlon was called to order again A* soou as Chairman Lyon had rapped for order he recognized Lyman t.iliiert. Chairman of the <*©mniittee on resolution*, who read the platform, and it wa* unanimously adopted: TH* rLATroau. Once mart the Republican* of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania ** convention assembled send fraternal greetings to their party brethren throughout th# oat ion, and congratulate them and ourselves upon the victory won lu IMM by th* purity of the Republican principle* amt the pat riot lam of Kepublh an cit! ^For Ute chairman of ottr national con.initlre. Mr quay, we feel a la*ting sense of giatitod# fur hie matchless services I et ba'aet tiai campaign and commend his R*rli| 4er the dander- which his aud essf ti I leader- -'tip of our party baa purchased for him. AS • citizen, a member of the general^ * TJJ'/, a ae. ret a TV of th* roman'll weal I h nuder -ut ors -ive ediainidratious. an by the everwhelmiag aufTiA«e-*f bls fellow citizea. and a- a senator of Bio « nitetl Mates be won anti retains our respect and coatis keeping with the *vmm»thy aud the duty •four party we make th* following declare-tion of principles for the betterment of political government and the benefit of our lei low citizens:    .    .    .    , .. We l»elieveexery lawful voter ha* the right to aa-t a free ballot at every public election and have it properly counted and certified; and we call upon congress to adopt such legislation a- w ill prevent a suppression or fal-in-ratioa of th# votes of our fellow citizen* at elections for officer* of the national government and will end political slavery throtigh-•ut the nation Our care for the welfare of those who upon the field of battle carried triumphantly the principles of Republican faith, w ill end only When the last loyal soldier of Ihe civil war ahab have entered into his honored reel. and we ask onagrrxato pass a per diem aet\tca peu-ion to every Union soldier mad sailor who aerveil In aad was honorably discharged from the army or navy of the United Staten. We indorse the tariff bill called the McKinley bill.” in the form in which It wa* pa—ed hv the house of representative# and we denounce the i ritici-m parsed ujstn that bill In the English parliament as an unwarranted iutnrferwic e hy a foreign nation with the right of the American jwnple to protect American lad oat ties V\> reafitrni one of the rerlleat pi iud pie-, of our part > xvlien we declare that American worker-ahnuhl. like American tnan-ufactnrera. receive national protection, and w« request of th# general government the atrlctest enforcement of the laws forbidding entrance into and employment In this country of i<aup**r and contract Integer* of foreign nations-    .    ...___ We urge upon congrc** I he Immediate neces-alty of ixaaring-ucb leglel*tk*n aa will prevent the importation and -alc of oleomargarine, andof intoxicating liquor* in fbi* commonwealth. contrary to our act* of assembly regulating and restricting the same and empower every i(atF to enforce ita local laws routine thereto In the manner, and in accord alice with the latent and purpose with which they were enacted    _    .    . Ballot reform is. aud will remain th* watchword of eur party in c\**ry state, and «»«■ ae. tally cong rat alate our )M»litical brethren in New York u|s.e the fa. t that, although the Bemocratic governor could deform, he could not wholly defeat their efforts to secure a free ballot for every American voter throughout their -tate.    .    .    , We . haiae the men*b.*r- of the next general assembly with the duty to |H4*e am b law- and. lf necessity should srUe. to provide for such change- In the constitution of onratate ae will Insure to every voter perfect Mrrecy and freedom in exeri iaing hi1* right of suffrage. For almost thirtv year* the finance* of this •tate ha- been under the control of our party. Billing thai time we devised a system of taxing corporations which serve- a- a pattern for and ha-»*een is’-en a-a guide by many -i-ter state- in their effort* lo collect revenue for public purpo-e-. We ha * v paid off Hie debt which the Democratic party of this state created during atune of peace, we have almost extinguished the debt which the Democ ratic party of the Southern state* infli. »**d upon us during (be civil war and xear* a'vo wi lifte.l from the lands and home-of all our fellow citizen- the burden-of taxation. The depreeaioii under which our agrtcultiiral intele-t- now suffe;- b i* mad. the pre-ent *)*-feta of taxation bear too heavily upon them. aud we therefore pie lge our-eUe* to lighten that bunion and. a- tar a- possible, to equalize taxation. To that end we recommend that the surplus revenue derived from -tate taxation be used to lessen the taxation now laid upon real estate for local purpose*, by applying it art far a* it will with legl-lalive wisdom avail. to the im reuse of the appropriation for the common school-, and to making appropriation for Die care of the indigent in-atie. for the expel! cs of he Jury ayatetn and of holding the general election# If. thereby, there -honk! be necessity for enlarging our surplus revaane, we favor a Just an.! equitable increase in tile taxation of properly of corporation-. We recommend that the ba al system of taxation lie at* reformed a- to j*em»it tin* taxation of mottev capital for ba al purposes to such an extent a* to enable the baal authorities to reduce the rate of taxation upon real estate to an equitable ha-i-.    ... We require of the general assembly vigilance ia macing appropriations of the publh money and of our charitable Institutions receiving •tate abl the strictest economy in I heir expenditure. The phenomenal increase of our population and of our conimen e, t**n-ign and dome-tic, with the decrca-a in the circulation of our national banks, render# it Imperatively essential to the general good in our Judgment that there -hail he a apeedy ami -ubtautsal I nor. ase in the lac ranee of the country. I noon* pn >«*»»*-tugl> hostile to motiom talli-m. whttbcr OI wuM or-liver, and. ai ut fly favoring the use of bot It as cote nu .al-, ii e IU publican ,arty of Petmaylvanis demand tbs era I men by the one re— now in -e-tan of -ach leglslatkm a* will. while ••curing!he fulle-t u-c of -tlxcr as money, anta certainly -c ur* ami man.lain h I tenty between the two metals. \V« liesitily indorw tbf §JmiftWf*wn °f President Harrison and declare that it- wise cooser vat i-i.i, it* undoahta i integrity and its tnanife-t efficiency,d*-erve the onqnaHfl*-! approval of the wlmle nation. We gratefully rex on! the oontinaed ct.nn-dvnceof the Republican- of PennsylvanlA to the wisdom, in the iutr-grity anti -tat. smanahip of the Hon J. Po—Id t’amcron. out js-ntor -en-itor at Washington,*o emphatically manife-t* a hi hi- ;tast services, so we ex prs-1 them a.- i*^-itivt- as-uranee of bi* faithfullne-s and efficiency in the future. For the chairman of oar national committee. M. A. Quay. sefe* l a la.-t* lug sense of gratitude for hi- matchless service in the last presidential campaign, a- a citizen, a met.titer of the general assembly, as secretary of the comnwrnxvealth two ancress!re administrations. a--tate treasurer, by the overwhelming • ult rage of bi* fellow citizen*, and a- a senator of the United Alate* he has won and retained ottr re-|»ect anti confidence. We com* mend the course of Thoma- B. Rod, speaker of the national hous* of representative*, in manfully preventing the obstruction of the legislation and the waete of public lime and more,, a - ' e tender him the congratnlatRiband Thau-s of the Rep j -tiles* patly of Pane-aylvani* Wrexpreiw air gratification with the Atlmini-t ration of dover aor James tv Heaver anil congratulate him upon the fiM't tiiat his ceurse has been marked by wisdom, integrity and that devotion to the welfare of all tile people which will entitle him to the esteem and grat it tide of tit* citizen* of the state in all coming years. Th# chairman annotine*! After the platform had been adopted that the placing of candidate* in nomination for governor we- the next in order. Un motion of Mr. Graham of Philadelphia it was decided that fifteen minutes should be the limit for placing candidate- in nomination and five minute- for seconding nomination Col John J. Carter of Kris in nu eloquent speech then nominated Senator Dvlnmnter for governor He briefly referred to the mauy eminent men that Pennsylvania hail produced, and said: “We meet today as Pennsylvanians aud will deal with matters concerning thin commonwealth as itecome mea aud citizen- of a great state Th# Republican* of til# northwest have not comniiHaloned me to detract from the merits of any gen Heman claiming the suffrage* of these delegates, hut I place before you the nam# of one who Ii as done the state some service and whit is not altogether unknown in the states of the nation He hail* from th* northwest. He is a true and tried friend of American industries; a typical American who love* freedom and hate* oppression and misery under whatever guise they api>ea~. Such a man i* George Wallace Deiamater, whose name I have Die honor to present for the consideration cf thla convention, as the chief executive of this great Republican commonwealth ” The convention then broke into the wild.*-! cheers, flag- were waved aud the utmost enthusiasm prevailed. Stuart Patterson seconded the nomination of Senator Deiamater iii a brief speech Adjutant General Hasting* was uotni tinted by (george W. Orlady in the following speech:    “Central Pennsylvania pre -ent- for the next governor of this state a raau whose election I- assured by WO,BOO majority, w ho represents no factiou, who is tlie undisputed owner of his own man bood, who comes from the common people anti who will receive the cordial and zealous support of the whole rank and file of the Republican army of progress. Thia convention, unprecedented in the character of It- candidates, It* carefully selected delegates ami Its audience with nu almost gulteriiatiirial vote cast at the primary election*. I .et ii* weigh well aud decide < .-irefully. The candidate iu a man has til# full party strengh of every election district iii the commonwealth After reviewing Gen 11 a-ti ii ga’ career from the time of his birth to the terrible day* that followed the disaster at Johnston, Mr. Orlady concluded as follows: “I nominate for your consideration a man whose election i- sure regardless of whom the opposition may nominate, whose campaign will liegiu and continue xffensjye and w hose public life has alienated uo member or class of the party, I nominate as next governor of Pennsylvania Daniel Hartman Hastings ’’ Whan the speaker mentioned Hastings'name the .vin vent ion cheered again and again, and the chairman restored order only after much pounding of the gavel. NY. I Shaf fer of Ib-laware county seconded Hasting#’ nominal ion \V. K. Rice nominated Secret ary of State Uharles Stone for governor. He said: “There ha- never lieen an hour iii the history of the Republican party when there -Xisled more cogent reasons why men should lie Republican* than at the assembling of this convention ” After eulogizing President Harrison, Secretary Blaine, Senator Ingalls and Speaker Rc*m| for their course iii public affair*, Mr. Rice cont inned, “We are here to -atisfy no man'* ambition, but honestly and patriotically to select him who, incur judgment, i* l*est fit tell to discharge the re-jton-ihilities of this |M»sitioo I nomi-note ('barie- \V. Stone, and on every farm, at every forge, at every tieucb, in every mine, the nomination will be ratified.” William Browu of McKean seconded Mr Stone’s nomination. He said. “Itda hot day hilt it will lie cold between now and t he‘ind of November if we are not careful what we do to-day ” He said that Stone could carry tile -tate by IDG,UUU majority, no matter who was put tip by the Democrat- The party would have an able ImmIIell man, not a wounded man, with him as the leader. Emerson Col Im-of Lycoming nominated lf C McCormick Balloting then began. The first ballot -f«»od:    Deiamater,    A3; Ha-tings, (IU; Mqntooth, 30; Stone, 15 O-iHirtie. 8; McCormick. 3 The second ballot was:    Delatnater, W; Hustings, 61; Montooth, 'JO, Stone, 16; O-liorne, 5; McCormick, 3. Before the result wa* announced George S Graham of Philadelphia ia-gan the s|Hiii|iede to Deiamater by changing hi* vote fnun Hasting* Other* followed his example, and the vote as finally announced wa-: Deiamater, 105; Hastings, 59; Montooth. 19; Stone, 15; 0>ls*rne, 4; McCormick, 3. William Flinn of Allegheny county moved to make Deiamater'* nomination unanimous. The motiou wa* earned. On Mr. Flinn'* motion the convention took a re<-e*s until evening In the evening «es-ion Isuiis A. Water* was nominated for lieutenant governor aud Thomas J. Stewart was renominated for secretary of internal affair*. W, H. Andrews was reelected chairman of the state committee WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. The* I ail to Keaclt an Agreement With (he Trust—Future Elan*. NKW Yoi:k, June *36 -The committee of the Wholesale Liquor I >. al**rs appointed to confer with President Greenhtit of the whisky tru-t made their re|s»rt to the full meeting yesterday. Three proposition* were submitted to the president of the trust by the committee. The first was that the rebate of 5 cents lier proof gallon ii# rescinded. This the trust declined to do Second, that the pru-e of spirit* Is- made dependent on the price of corn a* rated at the Board of Trade in Chicago. President Greenhut -Aid he didn’t intend to raise the price of spirit* arbitrarily, but he would advt*? that the price b$ regulated by the price of cor®. President Greenhut, however, refused to put this agreement in writing. I be third proposition was that the Dis fillers aud Cattle Feeder*’ company instruct its distributing agents to sell to wholesale dealers only, aud whole*ale dealers shall be deemed ah such when they can show certificates from the board of trustees of the Wholesale Liquor Dealers’ association. Thia th# trust people agreed to. A resolution wa* passed that the chair appoint a committee of five to cauvAsa the trade for sn Insert ptiona to erect a distillery. Adjourned. A 1'o-tmaster Appointed. Was ai JIOTO lf, June 96.—H. S. Sheldon wa* appointed postmaster At Rector, Lewis county, N. Y.__ SALVATOR WINS AGAIN. THE GAME SON OF PRINCE CHARLEY DEFEATS TENNY. Another Birk Puri# f#r Mllllnnalra Haggia—Th# Wiaa#r mf th# Suburban Lower* tb# Keo#rd by a Second aud a Half—Tenny flite* Ilia* a flu*# Mru*h at the ElnI-It Nkw York, Jdn# 9ft —Salvator wou the match race to day and made a new record for a mile and a quarter Over 15,OUR peo pie weut down to Sheepshead Pav race track to see the contest between Salvator aud Tenuy. It was one af the grandest ever neeu on an American race ceurue There wa* bo delay at the post and they were sent away at enc#. Salvator took the lend mad made th* pace a very fa#t one. Paasing Ae stand Salvator wa* half a length In front of Tenny, and thia lead he increased to a lengt h and a half on the upper turn. A* they reached the far turn Salvator drew away aud wa* leading by uearly three lengths. Then Garrison commenced to use the whip, and Tauny cloned up the gap in.h by Inch At the last sixteenth Tenny was gala) big f Ast on Salvator when Murphy brought hi* whtp down twice on Salvaioi and he managed to keep kl* hand in Irani winning by about half a head Th# frat-ttonal time of the race la aa follows. Quarter, O SS; 0 49 8-5; I mile, I 99^ (equalling Ten Broeck’* time), I mile aud I furlong 153H. “ml I mile*. 2 05 THE BASEBALL FIELD. 0 0 1-11 KOG? Result* of th# Clame- In th# Brotherhood. League and Assoria!Ion. PLAT RHS’ LKAOl'X At Buffalo- Bu IT* lo...............0    0    0    0    1    0    0    0    0    ] PMUdelphla........12    0    0    0    0    1    I    •-« Rase bb* Buffalo A. Philadelphia 4. Kl Iola Buffalo 5, Philadelphia S. Ballett#* Keefs and Mark; Knell aad ('n**. Umpire* Ferguson aud Hoib#rt. At Cleveland -Cleveland ..........I    H    A    4    A    t    I    G-IC Brooklyn...........d    0    0    0    0    8    ti    0    G- I lia.-e hit* (’lei eland IV Brooklyn IO. Error*—(’leveland I. Brooklin J. batt*iie- Hakely and Brennan, Van Bai-tran and Daily. Utnprie- Matthew* aud I,#ach. Al Pittsburg Pittsburg...........0    a    2    I    «    lf    5    I    G-ll New York...    ...85603    IOU “-lf Ha-e hits Pittsburg 14, New York Hi. F.rrors Pittsburg H, New York 1. Batteries Maul and Burley; Ewing, O'Day aud Vaughn. Umpires Knight and June*. At Chn agouti i< ago..............8    0 110 4 Huston ..............0    2    2    0    1    0 Ra-e bits Chiral* 12, Breton A. Errors Chit aco V Breton I). Batterie* King and Farrell: (iumbert and Swett. Umpire* Barnes aud (iaffuey. NATIONAL I.KAUI a. At ('I md ii Hat i - Cincinnati ..........0    0    0    I    ti    0    0    I    •-    I New York........A    0    ll    A    0    0    (I    I    0    I lis-e hit- Cincinnati Ii. \exe \ ark 4. Errors I’tnclnnatl I. New Y'i~k 8. Batteries RI.ines and Harrington; Welch and Buckley. Umpire Mrtjiiahl. At Pittsburg l*1tt -bur f............0    8    0    I    2    0    A Breton ............. 0    0    2    0    0    A    2    I Base hit- Pittsburg 12, Boston 13. Errors Pittsburg J, Breton 2. Batteries Humbert aud llecker; and Bennett. Umpire Power#. At I ’levetai. I Cleveland...........A    0    1    0    0    0    0 Philadelphia . A    0    0    0    1    3    1    0 Bane hit- ('leveland H, Philadelphia IO. Error* Cleveland t. Philadelphian. Batteries Heath) and Ztmiuer; (Jlea-on and Clement*. Umpire- Lynch. At ('hicago Chicago..............(I    A    2    I    0    A    3    A Brooklyn.............0    0    0    8    0    1    0    0 Base hit-* Chicago 7, Brooklyn A. Error- t'hb ago 3. Brooklyn 4. Batteries Hutchinson and Nagle; rut her- Hiid Daly. Umpire /-ac ha ria*. A MKH ll AN ASSOCIATION. At Philadelphia Athletic............A    0    0    0    1    4 Roche—ter........... I    2    3    A    0    0 Ba.-*- hits Athletic A, Roche-tei A. Error- Athletic 3, Rochester t. Batterie- Esper aud Hi. hi axon, Caliban and Mc K cough. Umpire Toole. At Bv radian 8yra<'use  ........I    0    3    I    8    0    4 Brooklyn .........A    I    ll    2    0    0    0 Base bit* Syracuse 15, Brooklyn A. Error* 8) recuse J, Brooklyn ft. Batteries    Casey    and O'Rourke;    Daly    and Pita. Umpire Doescher. At St. I/oui*— Bt. Louis..........0    0 8    1 0 1    0    1 Loiii-villc........I    A 4    I 0 0    0    I Base hits HI. Louis 18, louisville A. Errors St. Louie 4, louisville I. Batteries Ramsey and Munyau; Stratton aud R>der. Umpire Kerin*. At Toledo Toledo...............ti    2    2    0    1    0 Columbus......... .4    3    0    A    ti    0    I Base hit* Toledo A. Ueluznbu- 14. Error* Toledo ♦, Columbus 2. Batterie*    Smith    and    Sage;    Knaua*    and ■Ugh. Umpire Einslie. M.W VONK NT ATE I.RAGUS. At Oneonta -Oneonta 2, Johnstonn-Glov*r* Ville, IO. At Uohle-kil) Cobleskill 22, Utica 4. 0 0- € 6—W Nichob 0 0- J I • t G— t Car ERIE STORE Ladies Fancy Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 48c. Ladies Fancy ('ream Jersey Bit bist* Waists, only 50c. Ladies Hailey Fast Black Jersey Blouse Waists, only fifie. Ladies' Fancy Colors Fine Flannelette Blouse Waist*, $1.25 Ladles \ cry tim* Blouse \\ aists, only 75c. Ladies’ Fancy Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 55c. Boys' extra quality Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 48c. Hard wood Croquet Sets, nicely painted, eight Falls and ight mallets, only 95c. Best M exican Hammocks, heavy Braided edges, lull fourteen feet, worth $1.35, only 95c. Very strong Picnic and Lunch Baskets, only 9c., 14c., 18c. and H Ic. (iarden Sets—Hoe, Rake and Shovel, only 22c. Adjustable Hammock Ropes, I2jc. each. All kinds Mostjiieto Petting, only (ie. Ladies' hest Slimmer ('orsets, only $1.00. ERIE STORE, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENl I ODD A HT A CO., UnUmiI Attorney*, 615 Till ► X NI, War-Ii i UK ton, I* I , ••pp I s Input office Patent*, Caveat* and Ile I-mil*- necured Trade Mark- regiMlrrcd All I*<itent Imaini'M* con.lucid (or modern!*' Keo-. Information, Advice ami h|m*ci*I reference* -cut nu request. IvllMI I* i'*f*ill Mil A MONTH tan l»r ni i.le .DW IA T —Hf.fftJ worklnK ta, u*. Person- preferred who can furnish * hoise and give I lieu whole nine tu the business. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A lew vat am ie* in (owning cities. H. K. JOHNSON A CO., inoq M on si., Hit limond, Va. h’/fkwri mu V/ I rmfitizaiMiiH.    .    // Iria-    I .yon    and (L Mon nm, ofi Dunkirk, anti K. lf. Edmund.* of Fredonia, have ju-t *ecured tin* -ale of Dr. Id. Mac? Hiland’- Indian Pill- A -needy and MKiitive cure fo sick and NerVnil* ileauaelie, ‘’em*Ie Weak.>• as, Indige-tion, OmHtlpation, aud K heil ma mi We will refund the price of the first tri I Box that fail* to Ix'nelll purchaser. I to of let prejudice -land in your light, hut go it once aud purchase a box, one im Miiffieienl ta tent the merit of tin* valuable discovery. *' by day# treatment for one dollar, jl'ifiy pill in each box. Price one dollar per [box. No •genuine without the alm.e cut on each box. Beware of worthier nnitatioiiM CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., °j Hts just, received a full line of o 2 o i- o 1-11 2 U— f 8—lf G- 7 s, nil s rn OVEfiCOATS AND TEOUSDRINC. Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him befoie purchasing. i o o- e a •- ie 4 dis Trotting Ruer* at Hartford. Hartford, (’min., June ‘26 —Following are th# result* of y##terday’* trotting mer* at Charter Oak park: 2:25 class, trot ting piir*e AOOU: Pimlico......................4    112    1 Andanet.....................2    2    2    1    1 Honey lice...................I    4    4    4    3 Alible V ................... 3    3    3    8    4 Maud ......................dr. Time 2:3*44, 8:2314. 2:'J2t4,3:2«t4. ‘JJS 2:20 cia**, trotting; par*# fool I FearnauKhL......................2    111 Plush.............................I    2    3    £ Golden Re*!......................9    3    2    2 Femme Sil«.  ...................    .4    4 Time -2:190*. 2:IAV4, *19. 2 *1^- 2:33 cia**, trotting, puree 9600 C. T. L.................................I Fanny Swope..........................ft Hugo H...............................8 (’awd# ................................6 1*1 lot.................................. 4 ('lay ton...............................dr. Dr. .Miller............................. dis. Time 2:344*. 2:24. SOL ChtcuKo r.mn. Chicago, June 26.—F ire* race y#*t#rday, I mile; Pa Ii-ad** first, Illarney*tou«, Jr., second. Etruria thinl; time, I 434*. Second race,    %    mile:    Kingman    first, Burr Cooper se?i»nd, Henry Ray third; time, 1:08. Third race, 1^4 mile*: Boni’^^ -t, Hypo crite second, Ou'.lMtund t Ii ii TI tine, 2:38)4. Fourth race,    miles:    Clamor    first, Orniin secoud, H- tz third; tiiiie, KMX Fifth THC#, I 1-16 mile*:    Flitnway    first, Craw fish ue< oud, Cameo third, time, 1:50%. *We have the I ar fires t assort- ■■i    o Blent of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine se\ved.*We carry a complete line of NF)T-TLKTON’S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shtje, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' $:t.00 Calf Shoe iii ILitton and CongresR, in bl oat I, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street PATENTS! Unvi**!*, ami Trade Mark* obtained, and all Patent liii-ine*M conducted for Moderate Fee*. Our office i- oppowitv ll M. Patent office. W* haven" -iii* agencies, all blunnen* direct,hence can trails.id patent blunnen* iii Ie-* time and at Le** ( o*t iturn thone rem de from W sailing tou, Bend model, drawing, or photo, with de* minion. We adv me if patentable or nut, fie* of charge < nu fee not due till patent I* -ncured A I look, “How to iMilaiu Patent*,” with ref crem e- to .U llin! client* in your Blate,)'utility or town, -rut free. Address C. A. SHOW A CO., Opposite Patent Office, Wasklugtua, D. (.'. P^Y ‘(}00D£ APD j^Af^PET^. ADAM. HiELDBDH & ANDRBSON AMERICAN ll LOCK J9h-402 Main Street, Buffalo, ---    -    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is:    "Second to Nom*.” Wo wish to Im* second to none in your Bervie*. Try us aud MCC. We w'sh to I iii |»r«*Ha upon our out of town friends, in view of the proposed changes in the tariff and the probable increase in the cost of nearly all kinds of dry goods, that the mouth of June will Im* the mouth for them to simp. Prices were never lower than they are at present in our store. lf lite proposed tariff hill passe*, prices must go up. We are ottering splendid bargains in sateens ami ginghams aud summer wash fabrics of ail kinds. The balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We quote the following bargains in underwear: Geutlenieo’s blue mixed gliirts sud drawer* iii medium weight*, at 50e per suit. Gentlemen’* Balbriggan nuder wear, 50c per suit. Gentlemen's blue angula shirt* aud drawcre at 25c. each, 40c. goods Ladies’ Jersey vests as low aa 10c. each. Ladies’ Balbriggan vests with lac* trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good grade Jersey vests at 25c. [each. White aud black lisle thread Jersey vests at 75c. each. Bilk vests, all colors, 75c each. Linen prices will he considerably ad vanced if the tariff is changed. Our prices are much below even current prices, and we are selling fine cloths, napkins, D’Oyleys, towels, etc., at rare bargains    - New styles in parasols. New styles in gloves. New ktyles in hosiery Headquarters,in Buffalo for {Carpets, Hugs, Dr aping ami iiphoistering'fabrics. Adam Meld* and Anderson, AM KHI) AN BLOCK, VA IE HT HEET, BUFFALO, N. Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 364 MAIN ST.. MU KFAI (», N. Y. DRABEK IN DianioixiH,    Watches and Jewelry, Cli»ck#^>ilverwar#, Leather (Jomls, etc R Nil RA VINH, HOLI) <f MIL VER PLATI N A CO MCI,RTR LINK OF V a«4 MAIN NT HK KT, BUFFALO, N, Y.Go toMonroe s lur Curtains and Fixtures P-TCKNIP CHIMNEYS1*™’ )    err THC WROHC SOP! ; THE PICHT ONES ive&ita PEARL TOP “H ; Midt qui) by GEO, ft. MACBETH ft. CO., PITTSBURGH, PL ;