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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX MTX KIRK V V VVF-DYESDAY J LLY H‘>* B KEP ti ES ESTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES J OF DUNKIRK A all"kind* u* biaak* to Uw* ‘u fir Mwshaa'<*a1 Department of DaikirklPnatn^ ow pa* V cfi %N|»rH'« • a * * A ' tr jA    , Pipit Ai! rra-te* of llif ,■**.' ,T 1 ^iw W ■ <11 Lumbar- n*'    4:1    **    . ”    ** ****    •    „    ,.r r r *'    *    1    ■ finuv    Corrvste"* •-*- * loiidtoL » k. i.i rn nu*. » aa* Mi «J—oral A** 3. Jmk    Jxr'SSE Pto-narrat • f    ’ il£i v*    fr •tatees- BOOK WMUElf-Ji*!* I KVM S . j;r-pn.u^, N«. ii K    street. rn ar aw «r~t.!«»(«». > '    M„ ale.    I.    '1' J '    r    r in«” i»r.<aapUy *lten<U*il U>.    All work    fusrmr DlKLUEK'l    CWI    EEBI    . |3    JOH    Leo    int!    Avenue Wkuleaate aa.! retail tester sa I* porv-l in lowest ii China, ?»i**aw*re, Af. 4 lHAl'TAKJI A Birt ACL, I j    Rate*.    Ii p*‘r lay. Wavery ani Boanl.n* SUtoe n #..nn.*?’t.'n V Mssnr h^wpt, SSS nn*i 337 Lion »trerC t UTA BARHKK NHO!* ly    Chaa.    JIairt*. Prop, loller Lake Shore hat--aai lUnk. -r Centre aa l Thin] itm-u. A to* ' " » r.Kmian sad l»u®« *L«: ? i*ar*. I MWKLIII A hon. \ ,    Or    center •uh***!.. Practical toorae-#to«*r*. Parti* ', ar a ^* 4 to interfering horn*-#. **n<e mr «* ' I trotting hun#-* a *p**«i»lty. I CU Kl KH EVKNINi, OH1KKV A It. largest tinily in the Coo aly. An unequal!**! advert.- ag rn* I: . ai. I ilNKIKK EN«il>er.KINt, <OHPA>% [_/    gunner?    J ne Hew A I’ n** ■ Maoui*ctuner* of Raffia#*, ii** or*. 1 * **' hafting Hauer rn, eh'. Patterns. k >rg i rf -tiUDfa, in.I M.»-*iua** Work loonier i IV KI HK SHIRT I (to J I, * “ ii Center »tre*t, Manufacturer* f Cromwell” an*! “Dunkirk” perfjvi - ut, -i-r#a* akin*. On sate in all lead-ag furm«n .u outing u»«I 'try go**!* house** re Dauntra. r. TOOMEY ). im laten, etc. lay. Pf* AAA an<! A **! Lire street. I ieaier a Flour, kee*U a.t. Bale*! I E*ta!i>iahe*L HT?. 'RIE HOTEL amt inning Sa    : A Depot. Lao *<*«;#*» to ail traios and w** mw nous**.*#. Itosi ff*0O«M**4nt»<ws for Com* •r*-.a I r»*f *r- l.ihfi I Morphy. Prop. | HI.KRS A DC Ilk Ti, r: • i> ae I ii rn 1    *    11    '    1 in ten ii(. Pirtur* Pram*** mad-* W* order !» Ii. M A rTt* HON A til an Cm trot ere., •a. tem of lf aah ion sin.! teeifkieowii im th tiara. | 4KK1I STEAM HtkFIM. IO, aa af*?* lurers #f 'Vim ll* » rf A ira .* Sanitary Plumbing « Speeiaity |OMC STEAM I. kl SHUI. i lur epee.a.tie*. F “    ■    ’*■    ‘ ; CuF*. ♦<*, an i tuna* Curtain*., Erie i»e.ir y V VV Cu ii ti ! rf*. "    **r •tree* I K. OCH »t. K. Th.ni it, cor. of Buffalo ►nutorturer an i lea er rn ¥ ce B*a*te A S os I EN RT WEILEKv NEW 'TUKE. Thirl st. Ho.li, Staoouery, M i-j a In ■umenU.llairarf,ne*.Daily au*l w*-•*a Pa’** : d nrerythi** perta.mna to a drat    '**•*    ** ire. achoo* it* aik * a • pactol tv. OH PRINTING of every J. - r ;*t. na t lowest tieing rate* by Dunkirk Prating Company, S ac*! IO tv. seiffl*! Sc H. A AN BIREN A SON, F re * Acclinal aud ir-m-rai I anura EJ*. D- . la Real E*ut* an*l Loans. Par.ic. »r ration paul a* che care of property cot « t- r**nu Ac. its I enter sc. in<l fl «*r | ON K* I ES PHARM VIT, a** Central Avenue t*luttATter* for 'Y»ll l*si*er Pi ut ,** a, A *. ERR I NS, J. W.. •OM i cuter itnet, lauufa«’turer an i'to * cr n Hara* *s, na*l. * *. Alna, collars. Trunk*,* h K * t •• k < rec Covers V,loves Mitten* snu ' • :gt> IC''.*** St HOI,TES. m    a    hast    Thin!    street, ►rnoast Ie Taii**r. i,entlcmen w    ♦    •* U> lr a*l van tag** to ca it ob tic •*• f* *r** tm bi- 1 rf laker*. ti. CARA A CO.. en l.uvn streec rnerai llarlware,White I **a4,« *i!*.P;i nter * pile*, ft! Cloths, lim. te Ware. A spe»ual-f *vrwttWil.uami* Pa ut an*; M irersnr. I UNH. aitch as I'i.iuk- •• . -    *.:ii ail Wiu ls'if l.i.viik* i<>n« it Dunkirk Pnating s ad IO Ic ne*'* ma pan y, • I *>L L HOI.TH MOI.HENO kl EK. Cor. Thirl ad Bu flab* > a.. >a.er in t»rarwte, Man e r iji’gtnsr in-i .ling Hpine. Cai! on cie .ef r* buying * ai'ie-waik. I si. El A I O, 7 a*<l M Kaat front *ireec Whisky, Wince. Bran* e». i>*i.era. L.suor Shire for r . a : v i ne Ult KUT MR AT. Lion street, near the *iets*c •arling, Sale, Iee*i an*! Liven "tabks. a,na bi the *lay or week on naaor.al*lc ta. ill J. RI KEO lit I. S« I vcntrai We Cf .lanai, >General I usurance an I Leal Estate •nu I .re. Lile. Aetdeui, an I I .ve "u^-k iraaoe. Prompt attenti«ia ctv *n to buy.n* •arihag Real Rsiatr C. JON ES. ,    75 K. Thirl st., *»*r I leer v.-elaior Meat Market. E re>.h, *t t an * tke*l Meato. Lari, 'a «.igee. Oyster* an: V is MKS, IKM Kl KA At * lilt i hr Y>rf*»ra Us awa ■ M it* ft. tie pa ‘ ru* a ? t*n%A t lf. f rauA # >tap*. Hi K fkmi st. mw ki t'. Mar. Caul Pail a * ^nira' A se* ^>^>00 REWARD! A r Will pa* the aho** r' ,r ■ for |'*nJ L* i kivrr ma insist, D**i»«*p*ia, *-ck 'n a*.a* he .    “•*-• paf w.i sr    >»* a-...** .-u * a a* a*-.i V • i, ta'*** Lit ri lie shi n »*>•■ uueM - ar* •trwlif *'» *up .al ' -t*. h« • rf!* pursily iv**a a, n»l *ev* i t se saU-'fart.'* •    *u* :r i.sW’l * ar».    tm, ■ COMI Mg as i" . ie. Jb wit**, ie W *r *!    * B* erie* u* aa*! ■*.. . «vui Abe gen ut ae .Urf.r»P* lac are*! oa'v bv J* UN C W S'l A CO    N <1 tv riuNHui'i Puahs vet. Ll A:rk, S. T, TUE WOKE OF COSI.KESS* SEDATING THE FEDERAL ELECTION BILL IN THE HOUSE. LUTT! PKt Mi RESH BEI NO MADE. Aa IsoaJnirul ilimnatUg frow the Bill the I'roMOos far the laiteM At ate* Hoard of t anvasser* Causes a Length v Iii*** ti salon and Is finally Defeat «-*!—Tt*o A mend ment * Adapted. The Idaho Ii.Ii Passet! la the srusl*. VV a "H IN* PTO N, July 2 —The bourn immediately after the reading of the journal yc-terdav r**Hi;rn«<i the dehaie es the fed era! r e, * bill 'he pending amendment being hat providing that the t hief super v!«or af eisfi ne aa for eiw*h judicial *ii**frict of the United .'date** -hail’ake such action w ta mju dre to secure such supervision in i”*ery engre*wi«Hia! dt*tnct <* is provided bv the law* of the United Htafew. Mr H'iiman coateudeii that there was no ut casten for the enactment of the prt> puwei! law Mr I 4\ lor of Illinois said that he wanted the law in hi* district because It was needed in < hu sgo, wbi* h wa* in his dia- trict Mr Hilt of Illinois opp*s»ed the amend meat Mr Stone of Missouri me!* a consntu ti aa arg intent ag «;a*t th* bill Ile • i»-eeiJ that its pn<an< tsr* weie as guilty of B trra«on a* thone who thirty year* tg '.«ik tip ana*aga;«st the gavem«ie*t. The auiendtnea' waa rejectad —yana, 121. u a I s, : .Ut Mr ileinphul of South ('arolia* offered sa aaieuduient eliruiaatibg from the bill tile prv>\'ij|ion f**r the United Stafe* • a# at i aa aese-s and pro • id mg that frun, the returns of the sup«*r'tsar* the < hief * i|*ervw>r shall tabulate and forward •• the •»}*- urr of the house to he submitted bv min to the house the results aa they appear therefrom ta each congressional *1 -t rict uuder his Jurisdiction in ski* h 'I i act has steer, in for* e Mr B ka!*w of Peunvylvania favored the am sud meat. Mr Howell of Illinois opposed the smendmen’ sad favored the bill Mr Brr. krnrdge »f Kentucky sa, I that the bill put it in the power of the United hi ar «•» *»u rt* to substantially control tho house of representatives. Mr *? ♦ etnas of M vrvtand opposed the imen ’meat and favored the hill a* in th* inhere*? if free and T*ir elr, hobs Mr Mto» of Texas pointed out the dan-g-iN, wbi' n might arise from the appli, a * i, ti of the law Suppose the h*H,se was In m* m rat ic by twenty bv* majority, and wpm sh* s a by ertIti« ates of th* ' arioi*a gov,*ru os.; .npp.e the ->11 per'leors crrtl- rt.si twentv five majority to their wav iud th ■ lr R it the h »use acted upon rh:* ref til a’ e. what would be tile r***.ulr» I »en-ti* a- a -"ight n*»t to f> cg* ? tha? this wa, the \ug\» Saxon ra*’e whi«-h wa* jealous of its rig hr* at. I oner «(Hinted the -'»*st of hobi-im Atid ;».s»--rsing 'heft: Mr Kerr **f ,->wn -aid it was the duty of * J;** bouw to -re to it that 'he people of *    «. in'rv were represenfesi by the men w* a. ' hey h.wi in fai t eie,’?ed to repre- i e* es* naul a p rn hOWL FROM THE TORIES THE BAbidA^a FIELD. IN TUE NEM ATE. WaaRINCTON. July 2. -The senate rn-terdav morning^ p—nad senate MU tm auf no '"lr the ieBsing •( school .aufis in Oklahoma Mr. tbimk evp'ained the bill Tile leases are not rh be f. r a longer pen*»l taan five years, and *he aecewalty for'he bill a rf »ew out of ie fact that homesteads ha'e settled upon these lamia not knowing that they were achoo! lamia, and tha*special agent* from the general land ‘dfi<e have been wrung; not teen on the settlers to move. The Idaho bill was then taken up and Mr Vance made a speech in opposition to me IU. He cla.med that the proposed <lf^ luna! -tep*. by the people *f Idaho | for admission to statehood had not been • taken and that the temmry did not have a pop . latioa sufldrkfij lar^p* toro lo ie it to a ini'ssion ta the Union At the dose mf Mr V*anre * sjwe* h the s bill wa- passed wifhieit division The conference cam Bi it tee apfsunted on the part of the sena'e disagreement *>n the legislative appmpnati u bill reporte*! that the bouse refused to agree to the -waste amendment* and ded;a*-d further coo ference The only alternative wa* failure of the bill, or a receaaion on the part of the senate. Mr Dawes moved that thesenate reieiie and that Motion led t«j a long dlacussion en the subject of clerks and campman 'ion. Tile senate finally refutes! to recede Tills rrcHsu* that tiniest* the h«u*e or senate reconsider* ifs action of Monday the leg:-lotiso bill will fail and a new legislative bill will have to be prepared sud passed Mr I it si oc k moved a reconsideration of the vote by a hi* fa the senate determined its action, aud that motion is now pend • Bg Mr Keagan addrens«>d the senate on hi* Mil to prevent transportation of mer* ban dj-w in bond fhniugh the port* and terr! tore of the United States info the republic of Mexico, and to restore the privilege whenever the Zena Libre has fawn abolished. Arter a «hort -weret cession the senate at 5 p m a»1 jou rued. A FRUITLESS SEARCH ENDED. LOYAL TOASTS OMITTED AT THE NATIONAL-LIBERAL BANQUET. A MW inn! E FOR VIK. BA (.KOI R. Mr < iru'h *«f Kentucky said that he had ' * ird a g*s**( <ie;*l ut*>Uf a free bailor arid i fair rt u.f A • owl mg to 'he Holt i ti <io*'r!:ie. f’-ee imilot is cue ti a' «*; tsmir ticket md a fair count is ane that counts, us rn The purpose of tit « iiiii was to per’efiisfe the Republican power They » iaimed that the in party had d*’ne nothing for party n Republ 'he negi Mr D nail cot must ii I fn ct ti I. V rn in f »r ship Mr (Y, Mil I’rit httBdrc-d cr ah of I* IWB led loved the time ne Hep abl jean party nil Us promises but erica ti people, and he ,n» would -taicl *«.vu# v f Ameri an citizen Ala! Mi Mi ama in oppirdnit the si severely the power given to r court house rounders to have - I Va* cd under federal taintrol • themselves made -u per visor* I of lllluoi- -a.d the ^nth col ■-i ’ i.e negro a inter when the en siis a - taker, anti 'b«- Republican* now ; r •- ss! te Jo bias justi.-e and let him A Deu«*s’r»ric senator a few years »_    of o •'«*«i the * appress, n of the negro \ .re rid a mred to kn w what wa*g.'ing ■i '** -i.-ne it ..ut it He^.1 the answer. sh:*! Mr Mason, in thus little hilt Mr WiIson at W est Virginia said the t« -- -f -* »tes;uar:sl p buildinji wa- to I w rh"ut des*raying, and conceding al '!'.if was clanned aitoiU the supprea . r f vote* and election frauds, state* ;nan-hin should reform and not destroy. \! - fjodge rtf MassBch u set ta offered an ♦ •’    ,ent -    i<:    g    *    a'    a*    -    ■    n    aa    *ke %.f:i> ate of the bi*ard had been made I    my per- a wti<« w e- a candidate f - lee?i n ruav by un 'ion before the I    nit»**l states ei re u t' court, have junsdio- *    n the iltotric' aa tent 'he or rec'ness cf ’' «• rf iii* ate n ade Ny the b.iarti ami d* uaad an '.on aa Do a and con'pilaf ion •f • i.e re: urii- Ti.:- ret ".rn’ag officers to pr»«!    •* ’ • f *r the un c court all re t i..    *•*« i - til    And    a ai I el ideo ce •»» *v F :<• h I «cte<I in ad'sD'-etn awar>i:ug rite ,*• * ii* ate The circuit court then ill determine at»*i < ertifv the person -.‘i-wB to la* entitle*! *«> the certilii’ate, y *v au amendment providing that if t -e -til be aa appeal ferns the dei’isioa of the United State- to aril if can Vs.* WF* to 'he circuit court the clerk of 'he h*vuse of rv^r>*eufatn*-> -ha! : . ice on the rolls ae Na Ttaca af the Burled Miners to be f ound—The Mark Abandoned. I*lTTsgr Ro. July 2. A Times special from Dun liar say* Af I n’clork Inst night hope and work were abandoned af tne Hill Farm m ne and the dust or anken of the thirty imprisoned miners m*y rest beneath the Dunbar Hill until the (ast iaj -hall come The last exploring party entered the mine at 2 o’clock in the aftr-rueon. They lid not feme out until 7 o’clock at night. Three of their number had entered to within a few hundred feat of the subterranean tire and bad fiMind the dinoer buckets and blouse* of two of the men. The explorers suffered from the intense heat and black damp and scarcely escaped with their lives It wee a trip to the very gates of the must realistic ami practical heil that could tie found on this earth. The explorer* visited nine pl a*-es where the men were known t.« have been at work Their picks and -hovel* were found lying where they Lad ;«es*u dropped One mule wa* found dead and pntr tied. Otherwise no trace of the men could be. found The explorers then Voted to ahan Jon the work of muvrtjr, s.ipennteniL'nt Hul after this, told the men that the company would on Ti.ursu iv pay them the wage* due, and sdvi*«d them to go to work wherever they * could secure it. With this the greatest rescuing attempt in Western IVuti-'L ama was ended. The company will. it is -aid, now attempt to sivr as milch of the mine property ae they can The nu ne is sadly wrecked and its restoration will be a gigantic task SWEPT AWAY BY FLOOD. Terrible l.ffVct* of a Llourlburat la Ohio. Bridge» 4 arri***! Away. Za \ F> VU.Ll' O . July I - A severe storm accum;staled i*y a cloudburst struck this city ain it 7 *> o’rhn k la-T eveaing. lasting r'.' u i ' ud d* lug much damage \ small »rw:» in the western part of the city, ordinarily about three feet wide. -pread to a width of “o feet ann a depth of *• feet* Several bn«lge* two hams and I nu.1.lier of shed* belonging to the glue fa> tori, ti gather with a building o« copied a* a gr s cry -tore. were swept away by the fl«xai of wafer Horses, cows and other valuable prop city were saved by g«egr effort Trams ou the Cincinnati. Mn*kiagtim Valley and the Baltimore and Ohio railroads an* laid out here < tne train, due here at. it p rn., ha* not ’wen legate*I at this hour Rocky Cut, on the Baltimore and Ohio road, four mile* from here. to said to be tilled with mud to a depth of six feet. He Will Probable Refer to the I pi*e«l« aa Evincing th* Ho pele** Disloyalty of tho Irish—Mr. Caine Thinks the Liberals Have Ill-Treated Him— I serioas Riot by atrikers la Leeds Over an Attempt to Hot Blackleg* to Murk. Lob*doji. July i—A tremendous howl baa been raised by the Tone* and Union iota and. indeed, by some Ll a*rals. over the omission of loyal toasts from th* ifter j dmuer program of the banquet given to Mr Parnell at the National Liberal club 1 'saturday even rig in honor of tar Irish | lenders birthday TI.?- omission is regarded ae the more Cag ran' ijei ^ *• of me j fact that tne Hay wa- ainu the an^.versary if the coroB.’ition of Queen Victoria, of whom no mearioB wo* made in the t*<a*ts or * pees hew. The Parnel’ites a«iniit the brea*:h of custom in negie* ting the proposal of a toa-t to her majesty, but ex ! plain that the dinner was a private on* and had bo political character or signsd CBBee whatever The oru ss:on was un fortuBate. however, and will undot Igesily be alluded to with effect by Mr Balfour in his frequent par;lam alary attempts ro show that the Irush are hopelessly dis lo val. MR. CAJSIR qr OTFs BCRIETURF. Mr. Cai Be has given up all hope of re- I election and us turning Lls attention to reacting the Liberals for not supporting I rn ae he was led to Ie eve they would un. He feel* his poeirinn keenly Amoi.g th*iee whone aupport Mr ("a.:.* coati dently expected, upon Anti-compensation ground.*, if upon mo other, is Sir Wilfred I a wv n. aud to that gentleman Mr Came addressed a postal card up*>u wh: h he wriKe the tif'eenth verse of the eleventh i chapter of the second book of Samuel: “And he wrote iu the letter saying, -et ye Uriah in 'he forefront of the hottest battle and retire ye from him, that hi-may be -mitten and die.” It is not now believed that Mr Caine will re* el ve the support of more than si per cent. of the Barrow Unionist-. hrfOTVIN STK 11 ERH IX I EED#. The lesnla (ran company attempted to set at work a number of bia< kleg* wh« m they had brought from london and e!-e whcte to take the p,a< I*?! of tin* tftrikem, bnt the attempt resulted in a serious riot. Tile m**b of -rnkers and their sympathiser* Blade an atta. g up*>o til*- Lia. -legs and a force od ii) police attempteii t* fe at them hack. The mob fo gilt th** p**lice savagely and ea*ily hehi their evvn E: nally the biackiegs j,> *-,.*.} the -tnksr* and th** mob withdrew, having g.«.• rd 'h«-!r point of preventing the hi* a leg- fr^re going to work Slit KDW ABP Btl V MV- MORF LIBERAL. >lr ha uni Brad! ni, "tiirf * airm-s; n-er <if Mefr>)po!t»an poliie. has withdrawn hi-**rder prohihiT;ng the pol: e fr* rn held ag DieetfbgH to a*, ’Ute th*-ir grievance-*nd Imp' s.ug tjn them other rs—'r: ts«.a* This act la believed to to* due to g .v«-rn meat intlmatloQ to Bra*lf >rd ti:at he would best serve the in’**:**-r- of. the min isfry til the prv-ent st r>* *.f jstpular opinion by admini-tenng the affairs of hi** of-tice with mere liberal’' than he ha- yet displayed The coal porter- of Dublin, i.'irim number. ut ruck re-ferduy in r< u-cvirure of 'ne employ meat by the ii g-r**rs of % uum-*wr of non uBu.n men Tie d'tigress of wcs.lapinucr-s -itting at i T rep new    ^    the controller* of that industry, have phased a reaolution t*i reiime the pr»idn< tc'ti of their mills by A) per cent. fur a peri<*t of three mouth® This action will involve rLe • I;-missal of a large number of operatic - Rawalte af the (lam#* Teateralay — Trotting sag Riinsing Racea. ri a T KIU UUSGL A* Buffalo- ■ Muffle.    I I I I I 2 I I J- Ii Amok b*    5««l933ffa-» Base » ta B .ffrf a I Brook! 9\ ll F.rron* Buff tie L BriM>k!yn k Ba:'er e- Keefe aud < .ark; Van Haltraa and Kineiow. Urn pries Mar - hews and I ca*, h. At fbttshurg- F'rt-fcirg ...... 10    0 2 3 11* 5-I2 ikemn    .....09111191 h— 7 Base hits — Pittol|«irg 19, Boe’on HL Err* ra- PlttaburgA Boston UL    s Ba or;- s*-Traer ami Carroll; FL*dV*nrne and M arphy. Umpire- ♦ iarabert ad*! Uaffnev At (Tiicaffit-- ChH ag".  I 9 9 2 19 9 1 9-11 PE atle; po ;a ..... .12999992 I— 9 Bs- Err Bu; At l m:mi I ('Em ago HL Philadelphia L2. .! agt • 2, Ph. late, ph I a A IL .de rn and Farrell; UOXOKlNh iii.Niil.lCkS. magnificent DEAD TR'BUTE TG STATESMAN CERE MON IE* AT TRE MOM MIEN The Parade Owe af 'he 1,'a.i Notable Ewer seen la Indiana)***!!#—Miss. Hea-•lrirka I nreila the Meeierlal te Her E amen# Husband — Governor Hover Pars a Tribute te the Memory of the Ex-Vice President. Ferguson and flasher* tad Cle ve land -New York rain. .avno*at. uuttcm U ne gator A- Iff .931*12 •J 2 9 0 9 9 0 « 9- -P «burf I L New Y *rk • « i. New York L B* vuuta aud De* ken Rnale and 9 a At Pittsb Pi? hika>|.T New Y**rk, Base kite Error# f Rartertea Bn- a ley. Urn tore- Mt’Dt raatt At Cl ac rn aal i — «M?. nnatl    ....0    0    I    9    0    9    9 Bm..* fB ...........9    9    9    9    0    0    0 I* » -('ia< .aaa'? IM. broo kl rn A r-nrs < in- uaati L Brookiym l-Ft,. o-riea- fthinea and Harrington; auu <' ark*. UoBoire-M- Qnakl At < h;cag?>— rkicag •     0    •    9    0    «    0    0    9 Pts a*leirhia    ...5    00    20900 Ha.-*- hit- Chi- ago *, Bb «d-*jf,huk A F ro vs Chicago 2. PY ii adei i >h ta *. i;.. erie* Lu tor aud Mea/cli; ti leaaon ami Uovett Al Lynch. ■laud C.eve.jiad-Ih-ron game pw-t a grail At < Vdumbaa '» urn bus. ..... A JI A SOO* TXA now. I 0 I I IOO 3 vracuse .,    )    00    10009 9— I \J »*e    *    ■    •    .mh';s    9.    dym**BB9    T. Err' rs Col'UBI vis 1. ••*> na* use I. putter'— ( hamlier.a.n and Doyle; Morri- *u and tl’Ho'irke. Uaatore To»>ie. At LaBhrvttle Brooklyn Ba-e hi'a Ll Err»»rs Lob Ba'tej and Toy U OK pi I \t Toledo Tnlidn Athletic ......... P..US* hits Toted Error*—Toledo I PaTteries Hcriy 0 0 0 0 9 3 9 0 0 2 0 0 e». Brrs'kiva s. •    3 0- 2 ill* 2. Br*sivo 2. - !*frait*'D and Y'e* ats*i Doe-, her. ken Di 0 I 0 0 ll 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 A Athletic X Athlete I. and ft* S. gee*; M Mah**n C'upim -*t. Louis ii.s bester. Iva se hit-Errors -Porters*— Em* ".i* I ..I 12 9 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 ti;- Ii R.jches'er 9. i I. R»s‘hester I '- anti We. Barr and Mr- Ke* At Af f) ?in>f r* HK *T ITW LIAOri. a J *hast*»wn-(ilovfrsVille. Oneoara,9c Trov, I*. T«» B«*yr*»tt Aroerteaa Petr«le*ii»» V Ik xx a, July “A—A nia-s meet tog of Au-tru Hungarian petroic.m men hants will be held here to-«Iay t«i furru an ass*> nation, ostensibly for promoting their common interests, but really for bove*>r-flag the American article Tile A g. trian* are In favor f 'he wells st Bak i DISGRACED THE COMMONWEALTH Hat De bat ar Over the Alleged Bribery of Massa*'h'laetts legislator*. Boart'’?. July 2.—In the house yesterday Keprewentative I iou id of (lieiaeo submitted a sahatitute resolve for the n*f>ort of the bribery committee Ile declared the Went End syHtem of influence wha unparalleled in the history of legislation, in violation of the law and subversive of all honest legislation. In conclusion. Mr (vonId * resolve said: < hic.»gt» Re* es. Chi*'A'ag July i The races at Washington park ye-rerd*y resulted 4a follow**: Fir-' race 4 rnTNiuatello tirst. Mise Hawkiaa -as un J, Virgin third; time. 1:15* rs-cond race, I 1-10 miles; B!arner*tone. Jr . rtrst. Dr X we -*** *>n«L f in*. LAO Two -tarter#. I bird r,. ti e Fag.ewood -dAke- for 3-•ear-old t lies. I mile Daisy F firs?, Knglish I aa I y second. Flyaway third. time. I *». F< rh ra* e. I* mile* Catalpa rtr-t. Bu-;nee- -econ I Mora th.ni; time. I .NY Fifth race \ mile heats; First heat — Ijtkeview tirst. Alieline iectwui. Kcwtacy 'hird ti.uie. I I’ .second hear.—Lakeview ; rst. A bell ne srciuid, si^-ie S. third. 'ime. s vth ra<" \ rn:!- hear- First heat — !    Marchma first.    Churchill    Clark second, to-" u    « th-rd »    : e I I* *    'ss-, nd heat— 1    H a .*;    ie'ce fir-'. Churchill    (.‘lark second. Mar h    .a th rd.    tin.e, I 1-7    x Th ini heat ! — Brandoletre    first, Marrhma [ time. 1:17>*. raees Race* at **heepshea*i Rav. ShefpsbEao Bit. July I-The here yester*!4V res i'etl 4- follows First r4ce. the Futurity course Phiwnix first, if] rv -e*-<'ud. Ban Cloche and Druidess dead heat f *rthird, titue. 11U2 Y >ec»ir,d ra* e. I . rn rn. Belie of Naatura colt fir-' Miss Belie -e* ond. Watterson ti; rd time I V> A5 Third ra*1®, I - miles (iuy Gray first. Conventi»a af Musie T**rh«i% DFTrtnrr, July S.—The convention of National Music Tea* her*' a--,station be gaa bere yeaterday morBtag Freaident iugeilof th# Cniversity of Mirhigar. de-liverssi aa addrest at weicoBie to the music tea. hers, which »»• rescinded to on behalf of the h—Delation by I’naidtot A. I* 1'arHon.s of New York The queations of a change of name of the aaecxuafitre to the Awocmtiwi for the Ad'ancement of Music " wax refermi to appropriate committees In the evening a grand rvwrption to the visitor# wax given by tike Detroit musical societies. “Thto company and its officers have n-e>i S.rrenfco second. Barrixter third, time. corrvipt methods because they choose there and have chosen to carry them to a limit never before reached in thin comm**u-weaIth, up*jn which they have brought <*.’.agrace A hot deiiate f.ill"W***i Ile p resea tat ive Klttnnlgr of B*»stoa «ts-4er?e«l that the rep**rT Wr4j* not a wh e-■s ash and demanded an apology from Mr Williams for mutilating the cha-ges The house Anally a*!- pted the onmmitree report and approved its timi ngs. 134 to bl. the representative-* |n - u eft?fi«*d LY •ate; ■ o the seat Mr Butferworth et«e»‘ report ut; the turn Vail and the ho it - n> a « aa unpen ce ie* ; the name of the s,«.d court to be en I rs—ente»i the c«>nfer-legt.-lative anprupna-i-e v ted to i*lhere to in ! h** s n*t' amend n e>i *k:ng -euators lerk- snnnalem la the laterals of Aciaar*. Boston, July 2—The will of Mr# F. C. Atkinson provide* that her body shall bs evvra tied by 4tudente of the Massa hu--etta ie-neral hospital 1b the hope that -»-t-ence may betided in allievating suffenng. The budy I* not to Iv so mutilated a* to pre lent proper burial Bequest.* are made for v»rioo« public object*, and RS.OOO to given to struggling Western churches Mr Bu* kalew of Penn-ylvania then attal Wed the amendment* as clearly turn-. a ver to the judiciary thepowerof judging the qua! ticatleu- of representatives wtr.. h. under the constitution, wa.- vested in the house itself Mr I.• sige - amendmeat* were adopted without a dr. talon Mr Hemphill » amendment to strike out was then lost—yea.-. 1nays. I to. Mr Bu* kalew then moved to strike out ■sc*)•-a Sa. whu h change* the law so as to pl* e the selection of jurors in the hand* of the clerk* of court*. A ‘ter *> me discussion tb s amendment wa* ad q.r-si— yea*. IRF. nays. I h—Messrs. Frank. Harmer. Lrhltotch and Lind vuting with the Democrats in the affirmative. Mr T i Her of Virginia offered mn an end meat that when application for super' -;<'U i- ma*le the chief supervisor »:..LI lay the application before the circuit UU art. low Vt Bg the court to decide after a ke», :ai wbatAor to grant tho application. I'audiBg * vote aa * aaici*dmekl Mkt Held foe Extradition. NKW Bm©. N Y July 2—Edward .VI !>>yle. the Portland. Ore embezzler wa* taken fo Po'ighkeepoie yesteniay morninf by order of Judge Barnard Judge Bar nard held Doyle to appear before the gov em or on Monday next Ik.yle was held -without hail. A Tarnal# Eurgar Arreated. BaLTTMORK. July 2. —Mn*. Julia Uppin-cott, wife of E*iwin Ijppincott, former proprietor of Haddon bali. Atlantic City J-, who lo charge*! with forgarv at e tes and mortgHge# amounting to ffto*. toJO. wa* arrested by detectives in thin city yesterday.  _ Barb WIra Burka shut Down. ALLENTOWN p^. July 2_The rod mill of the Iowa Barb Wire Works wa# shut down yesterday on account of the dull culty with tho mon, who want the coxa-pony to place cho aaill under tho Amal* gent ated Federation af Iran Worton** Meeting of the Cotton Oil Trnat. Nrw Yore, July i—The annual metring of the shareholder* of the cotton od trust wa* held yesterday On motion of Pol. Blue thg trustee* were instructed to taveirtigate the transactions by whiru several hundred thousand dollar* of th-trust’* fund* were lost through spec?ila 'ion by person* not now director*. rtn<i 'c take such legal steps against the bn ker* or principals in tho*# transaction* ae mav he deemed proper toward the re?H>verv of the I'waen The following tru-tee- were then elected for three year* Messrs. Urquhart. Mason and Be ne* I let; for two year*. Messrs, Chapman, I e-land and Fields; for one year. Messrs. Carter and Drier _ TE# Enterprise Recommissiiwied. BK**>KLYN\ July 2—The Uniteii >rat.es ship Enterprise, which went out of eom-minsure after Commander McCalia s trial, went into oaxnmi-doa again y>-?cniay with Commodore i»e«irge H. Converse ?n command aud Lieut. F. Nichols a* executive officer Discharged for Lark of Evidence. Boston, July 2—Dr. J A. Rose, the “di-el ne healer.’* who was accused of stealing leo while "anaointing” strong boxes in south Boston, ha* been di-charged for lack of evidence. I 50 Wk Fourth raie. I 3-1*1 mile*; Eon first. Wil-fred -aeolid, Castaway II third, time. 2AY5 2-5. Fifth ra<’e, rh- F iturlty course Lord Harry firsr Evange', ae -econd, Mattagora filly third, time. 1:12 15. s xth rncr. the Gra.** Selling stakes. U*g nin<** on the turf: Admiral fli-st. Little Jim second, Barrister third; time. *2:to> 1-3. Trotting •* Ponghkevpair. P1 COH ESR PSI*, July 2—The summer meet mg of the Htn!*)D Hiv>*r Driving park opeueii yesteniay auth excellent ira* k and tiue weather Summaries' - 44) ria®- trottifig: \ bloc................    I    I I‘lek  ...............................9    3 Maggie Mitchell..........-..........I    9 Cd. Kip...........    3    3 -niney "mith ....................... ♦ Billy C.................................I    * Indian%POLi», July 2—The movement which culminated yesteniay in the uu veiling by Mr*. Hen in- k.* of a manumaut to her dea«l husband wa* a non partisan rec which had it* inception De* 7, ivvY in a meeting of repreeeuraCiv* citixen* of In • iianapolto of nil pertlen. T? e monument u* the work of Richard H Park*, a celebrated sculptor of Flor- • tl«e Italy The design ba the pedestal I* A the D'rtr arder, ornamentation being jndi iou- y but -par.ngly used The grueral dimeuslwaM are Bate 21 feet -< .A * with a pruje* tion of 4 feet on the rig t and left sides, 6 feet klgb. fermi • ag attached pe-trat ala far allegerlcnl seataB -tatnee of her* ic in*, representing Jest ice an>i Hisiery I se euUre a-igut I* about 40 feet, in (ludiag the portrait statue of Hendvioka 14 feet in height, The parade, which wa* a notable on*. moved at 19 o clock At the monuineat the enema## were ae follows We! oui.ag "Mress by Governor Hovey; music by a chorus of 300 -s bool chi Iren. iu. iv at iou by i<ev J > Jenke*. historic -'a’emeat by Pr*-»?dent Rand unvei..ng**f the mohutttent by Mrs. Hen 'tricks. Dedicatory ode by Jane# Whttcomb Riley; addr#*# by Senator Turpie. benote ’ re by B -hop ( katard The Bates. (irand and I^nison hotel, where Governor* Hill. ('arepfs ll aud Fran cl* wer— re#{tect1veif qua rt red. were greHf Centres of att merlon aud 'iaitur# a* well an resident* of the capita! l»#sr n-ed the n'funda.* and the street outside tn th# I , w ut g. 'ting aview of the distinguished g»u ’ ie ..-ti or hearing a speech. The three executive* drwve to the alate house shortly after IO o'clock, aud. after Lungintnsiaced toej*. K other by Governor H -vey in hi- private parlnr, h#l»l an in furrnal re? eption for a couple of bourn. Meanwhile the various divi*;.»n* of the paraiie begall ta fnrn* at their designated rendezvous and at I oarlock -even gun-were ftre«1 ie a signal, sod the head of the column moved. The metropolitan police 1-d the war, with Chief Marshal feller and a mounted escort clo«e in the rear The first division, commanded by Col. , W J nee her. w-x* made ap af the Recuod 9 Regiment infantry, In-ffan.i Leg?ob. In-1 J. ore, oi■- Ijgh*' artillery the Kn?^tor-* ..f lithias and tke’Kaight# of H"U<>r The uniform# of the milirwrv with their gay plumage and the regalia of the civilian* combiHMl lo present a brilliant -pee tai de. The s*"»U'i division wag led by ti e Hen dr *-k* club of Indiaaapoila. J B ('urt:* cunimandmg Its member* marched in a square a* a ape*tai ea« ort to the rarri.ige '•ontainit g Mrs Haridnek* IV**.dcnt Rand of t-e Monument wwrution ard Settafi r. rj ie the orarar of the d?v On. on ti. t .oui vol.ey of > naar* greeted the Veuerabie widow sa the «Bi ringe moved slowly along and Mrs Hendricks. who looked somewhat pale bat fully com p«'9»*d, smiled an i bowed her thanks to the people. Behind theearnagn in column# of four*, the member* of 'ke Young Men # i.rav club, * and club and Bynum cinb manbfHl In vI**- third division were the visiting clu’*h from Indiana and other state# und-r i r nuii o»d of James R. Carnaiwkii Fo« w eg these were (arriage# with lioveriiurs HUL Campbell, Flan* ie an1 Hovey and thetr e*a»>rts, committee# of j the Monument wwneiatkw^ Board al I Tra»Je. coBnmerclal cl aba, and the jud < iary. state, •'outaty and city oAciala. The sidewalks were tit rouged with people. who cheered the governor#, the club# from abroad and the veteran organza -es «nd; tion*. Fach division had baud* of music and earned flag# and banner# without number Thousands of people surrounded the npurenment, and when Mf* Hendricks and the governor* came in view the Light arri tory rret'ary fir**I a -aiut# of nine gun*. and the exercise* were inaugurated with to overture by the hand Then the chorus of #« boo] child-en sang the Model Republic" with grand effe. t itovernor Bovey calced the a-vwmbinge to order and paid a tribute tm the itfiuor? of the man they had met to honor After a selection bv the Hendrick* Club bared President Hand made an historical add re***, narrating the cir* urr, stance* under which the movement to erect a monument in hoe or of Hendrick*h,*d been orig mated and carried out Hucrenfally The hymn "America" wa# sung by the chorus and spectator* and a* the last notes died awny Mr* Hendrick* arose from the stand and gently pulled the rope causing the canvass to recede and diecluee th# -Iike«ratue. I.'^ri and prolonged applause fvljpr*! -a! ite* were fired aud “Columbia was rendered by the combined band.*. ll: Time, 2?27H- XX** J^’-s-2 class, trotting' Gulden Rod... 9    3    2    9    1    1 Ed'.th ..............3    112    5    3 Plush .............I    3    9    3    3    2    3 Aine .........2    5    5    I    4    ♦    * to ngfurd. ......♦    4    4    5    2    r.    o. E l ward...........5    9    4    4    9    r.    o. Time. 221 Va *10L*. 2^1 ifa, 229, 221V 2:21’a, 2214a; Turkish *ol0tar# Killed is a Riat. CoNsTANTiNorLK, July 2—It tran*plr#*» that the recent riot at Krxeruym growing out of a detachment of Turkish soldier# searching a church tor concealed arms while religion.* service* were in progress i wa* much more serious than at first reported. I The Mo#!em population turned out in 3 the wildest disorder and attacked the 3 soldiers with de# pa rare frenzy fn the * fight which ensued fifty per--*ns were killed aud aor- thaa one hundred wounded Many of the killed and injured were soldier*. Appointed by the President. W.vsf:>oton. July 2—The president ha* appointed Spencer P. Graccxe of Massachusetts marshal of the consular court of tho United, italy AA Foe Chow, Oitaa Tonawanda Trotting Karra. Tonawanda. S Y., July 2— Yesterday was the opening day of the summer meet-ng at th*; Dr.' ag P»rk. There wne a Lur attendance and go»*i sp* rt.    Sum maries: 3*4) class, trotting, pur**1 $?**». divided. B*‘Ly B.. tog.. R*# hester, N. Y I    I    I Loa Norw'sal. to in.. Ripley, S. Y 3    2    2 Trail# Wind, to g . Eden Centra. N.Y.2    3    3 Bolivar.e. to. Warren, Pa.  ......4    4    4 iNuitaiooo. tom.. Yiilagv 9t«wk Eartn.9    5    i Time 2:39, 2:.»H. 2:Jto*. Pacing race. 2:17 class, purse k”**?, dt Tided: Emma, to mu Jamestown. X. Y.2 I    I Veneta . .......................I 3    I    ® ivoyai Bonn'*....................•    3 Bal—»ra WU®en.    .    4 Im YOU CET TMF WPOWcyofe; THC HfWT blftS * , ' »PEARL TOP*"0* Held ob a Peculiar (barga. B*'«T»iN. July 2— Judge Parmen'er has directed crim I nal proceedings to be brought again.ot James Kelieher, charging him with causing the death of Charles Sanborn in April last. Kelieher. who was employed in a saloon directed a siphon of soda water into the fat.-# of Sanborn, ran* ing 'he latter to stagger sad fall down a IS ght of arain. He wa# fatally injured by the fall._ Merchaat* Are th* sufferers. St Luna. July 2—At a cen fere ne yesterday morning of the superin'endente in volved in the ptacform strike in Ra#t St. Louia. it was finally decided te fight it out if it take* all seamer. la the meaa-time the mernhMta suffer rg They re.y get    bv    *m NO I !i( the Iditlit-*' lie* Lu lit*** La? lie** I^iiiir** L;tt lies* Ka t Se. v ”><k*. only a ae. alley Flannelette Blouse VVai*t«, univ Fancy Cream Jt*rHv*v Bloiw Waist*, on F ancy Fast Black Jersey Blouse Wai*ti-, Fancy Color* Fiiu* Flannelette Blouse Waists. ? 1.25 \ cly hne Blouse \\ Hist*, only 75e. Fancy Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 55c. Boy*’ extra quality Flannelette Blouse Waists, oui , \Hv. Hard mtkmI Croquet Sets. nicely painted, eiu;ht hall® ami eight mallet*, only 95e. Best M exican Hammocks, h .ivy braidet teen feet, worth $1.35, only 9a *. Very strong Picnic and Lunt h Basket*, and 2<k\ Garden Sete—II?**, Rake and Shovel, only 22c. Adjustable Hammock Ii*12|c. each. All kin?ls Mosqui to FVtting, only be. readies* bt*t Summer< or***ts, oiilv* SI.do. I edges, aiilv 9c full four- 1 Ic., I Sc. BRIE STORE SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT w    I v    Patent Attorney#, - ^ L , Vt »-11 ti rf u", I * ( , . : I. I HIU" : * f fica. Patents, ( arrant an-1 Re iaatie# Mecurwl rra»le Mark# regjstere.1 VI! Patent Imtinu"' -on<l!H’ie*l fur ut-Kee*. lnfurrn.it. n Advice and tpeeiai reference)* tent un rwiueat I#    A    MON|1' w.>r an be made vktag for ua. Person* preferred w?:o i an turnon 4 to r'*** *mi <iv>- tr.-tr w <«■ 1 me to the bu*;ne»:a. Spare Blowen ta may he prunt-ably cm.'oyr.J *:«*». A few ► ac ant. tea in town-: and cities B.F. JOHNSON A CO., tex** VI »m -iu. Richwood. Va. f-ffrw—I I tjafckv*i.r; .ta- fft«aa-    -v THE ROSES ARE BLOSSOMING. OK*——— Ladies arid gentlemen, you arc .Mi! invited to call and examine my stock ami prices j Order* taken now for next fall ?>i spring delivering of j all kind* of nursery stock, Hutch hull**, etc. Th. F. Vandermeulen. C?>r Eagle and 7th Sts., I Junk irk. N Y / -r -.*■ ¥. to I-Tun au l C. S un rue. of Dunkirk and F. II. K iastftt of I K re. loin a. have ]u»t tertired th*’ an!*- of l»r. • K. ■aeffarian«t*« indian Pill- A *t.«*rdy an,* j positive '’un: fo *i<-k and Nervous ii ada< h*- j riemate Weak m», IBdige»ture, Cuaxtipatioa' j and Rheurna rn We wsti remad the pn**e of th** flrnt tn I But that fctd# u. U*n« (It pur-•ha^er. ire ut let prejudice (tutti ia 'our « light, bat ?o t ob«w sad parch.-lee « box. one is «uflS<’ieat 0 Knit th* went of tin# raitiahi# dis-I emery 4 ty 'lays treatment fur one foliar. Fifty bdl in ea«-h box. Pr:<-« one dollar jx-r box. Nu e Kcnuite without :he alto,e < ut un savh ire*. Beware of wurthte** im ital'on- P^Y *Cj00DS AJSD CaF(PET5. ADAM, IKLLBDM & ANDERSON AXE K TC A M BLOCK. 3;^MM2 Main Street, Buffalo, -    -    -    -    N    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our rn-itto is:    ‘\sec(K»d    to .Vone.w VV * ws*li to be >**? ')ii?l to none in your service. I rv un ami CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has Jitot received a full line of VV e wihIi tn im pre aa upon our out of town friends, in vi*'W of the proposed chance* in the tariif and the pro Da hie increase iii the coat of nearly all kin*14 of dry goo?la. that the month of June will he thk rn.)»nth for them to shop. were never lower than they present in our store. lf til?* proponed tariff hill pass**4. prices rnusl uo up. Prttes ar»* at We are otferintf jiains in sateens and summer wash falm? splendid bar gingham' aud * of ait kinds. •ow* ss , as iMq aa sit#aw mp uiiunio iii'rn inHimwi iii F]?[ual to any in the city, ami it prices that will pay you to jsi*** him ImToi-* purchasing. We hit vt* the largest assortment of Patent Leather Shoe-iii plain ami light-colored top-, liami and machine sewed.* W e carry a complete line of NET-' TLETON S Fine Sh?*-. rf , you want a ftice-fitting and j stylish shoe, try a pair of thin j make. You will like them, j Our GFaNTS    Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best *hoe for the money that has ever been of-ft red to any trade. Come ami examine them for yourself and be convinced. I lie i'ala m c of our spring ntock I OI cloak® are seiliny; cheap. VV e quote the foil?)wing bai gains in underwear: Gentlemen 4 blue mixed thirts and drawers in iue?iiurn wcjgbta, at Mc. ,»*:r suit. Gentl'.-men s Balbriggan underwear 30c per *uit. Gentlemen's blue angola shirta nod drawers at ’ilc. each, due. goods. Ladies Jer?#y vests aa low as 10c each. Ladies’ balbriggan vests with lace trimming, only LV., worth ‘ii?:. Good gra ie Jersey vests at 2>?*,. each. White ariY bla?dt lisle thread Jersey vests at 75c. each. Silk vests, ail Color*. 75c. each. Linen pri?’»« will be congiiierabijr a?l Vance?! if th?; tariff to changed. Our prices are much be I u w even eumnt price*, apff we are selling fin# cloths, napkins. D'Oyleys, towels, etc., at raru bargains    -— - New style* in parasol#. New style- in glteve# New sty ie* in boniery Headquarter* in Buffalo for Carpets, Rug-, Draoiug and *iph?>|)«tering fabrics. Adj Mtidrii and AfldffsoD, AMERICAN BLOCK, MAIS ST HL KT, BUFFALO, N Y. CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 3*K9 WAIN HT., BUFFALO, N. T. IN DEALER Diamond.-s,    Watches jill?! -Jewelry, ti I i<#-k»Q>ilv<rrw«re, Lea’,iter    #*te IAN ti A A Vt SO, HOLD <f BIL ¥ KR PLA TIN a complete link SULLIVAN k SON HolidayGoods IMH YI VIN HT HK KT, BUFFALO. > Y 21(lo toMonroe’s for Curtains and FixturesMRe a14) GEO. A. MACBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH. PA. ;