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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 9, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               MONDAY, 9, B REP RESENTA TJVE U3INE33 HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. broken and her but tue full extent of the da EMPEROR WILLIAM BUSY WITH THE LABOR PROBLEM. AMtTW RULING MACHINE for ruling all kinds of blanks IB the aititiuon u> and Wood A Ootral Avenue. OBBMIU! All itrade. olKr.1 and Soil Coal. V Lumber. Shingles an.! Free CorrnsponOeixx tor wfcoleeale loU ft utrroKU, 223 ZB Central Are. Artistic U.umtaneoai grapns nl Babies a specialty. Slttera not wait lor sunshine except lor babies._________________________________ TtOUlI IHVINO. Pr-j- r> pnelor. No. 16 B. Seconil street, near Buf- ffio Street, bunkirk.. H. T. Mawiinee, Mil- etc., in Onlen onaipUy attended to. All work guaranteed. the e losing BUMCBKK'g CHOCKMtV HOUHE, SB Central Avenue. Wholeeale and null dealer Imported and China. Glassware, ftc. i_7 Li MWTICL, Rates, II per day. iTerr and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Klder, 33S and 337 Lion street 1ITT BAKBEK SHOP C'has. Hagle. Prop., tinker Lake Shore National Hank, comer Cei ler and Third A Due stock ol foreign and Domestic igara. 33U cealer street. Practical borae-shoers. Particular attention to Interfering horses. Shoeing ol J trotliuir horses a specialty. O UNKIKK EVKN1NU UB1CKVKK. Larxesl Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising meilium. I kllNMIKH ENU1NKEHINO COMPANY. if Formerly aellew A Popple. at Enginea, Boilers. Pulleys, analung lla Castings, elc. Patterns, ForgmgH, se Work to order. klTNKIltK SHIKT CO., 308, and 2tn If Center street, of the and ''Dunkirk" perfect Ulting Shuts. On sale in all leading furnitihing, clothing and dry gcxsU homea in Dunkirk. Dr. TOOMEY, 134 and 436 Lion street. Dealer ID Flour, Feed, Baled llaj. Phne- Khaten, etc. EsUblisheil, UT1. Bis Attitude Toward the Working Pea- Canses a Dlvlslnn In the Oemnn Liberal Mannlnf Cele- brates His Silver Wolsl.? Declines Promotion. LONDON, June William of Germany is devoting himself assiduonsly to reading petition-, on the labor question. His friKid attitude toward the working people ban already caused a division in the German Liberal party in the relchstag. party which had formerly been nnitad In oppos tio.to Bismarck and the throne is now divided, many members showing a tendency to approve the action of the ei peror and to support his policy. Even in Kissia the czar's council is considering a a bill to compel employers to support em ployes injured In the performance of duty and to require the employer to pension M o' employe los his life while at work. The French Radicals are harshly critl- J-it Carnot for pardoning the u on tne that the were violated io his re- lease. These regulations ordain that prisoner cannot be pardoned until he served half his time, and then only on pe- titioning the head of the state. CARDINAL MANNING'S SILVER Cardinal Manning celebrated his silver Jubilee, the twenty-fifth aaniversay of his elevation to the dignity of archbishop in the Koman Catholic hierarchy, yesterday he having been appointed archbishop of Westminster on the death of Cardinal Wiseman in 1965. A large number of foreign diplomats and other prominent were present In the cathedral in Aonor of the occasion, and the Earl of Ripon presented the venerable cardinal with an Illuminated address of congratu- lation, to which Cardinal Manning made a feeling response. In the course of his remarks he announced that a large sum of money had been subscribed and paid over In honor of the occasion toward the EKUC HOTEL, aad umlng Saloon, Union Kaay access to an trams aud bus- taeM booses, ftast accommodations (or Com- Travelers. John J. Murphy. Prop. I'HLUta CO, Ft 91 and B. Tutrd street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- Picture Frames made to enter. ryv u. MATTBauM co., 901 Central Ave., leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Ontntlera. U .TINO CU.. Maunlactnrera of Steam Heating Apparltua Plumhing a Specialty. H OMB 8TKAM LAHNORT. Our specialties: Pine Shirts, lOc; Collars, ic; 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A W. 2u7 Center street. II R. OEHM. E. Third si, cor. ol Buffalo Manuiucturvr and dealer in Kine Boota A Siloes U BMRV WKILER-S NEW STOKE, 103 E. ___ Tnird sL Books. Stationery. Musical In- aud weekly Papers, tad everything pertaiiung to a clus book Scboo. Books a specialty. JOB I-K1NT1MU every description and at lowest living rates by liunkirk Printing Company, a and 10 E. second su JH. VAN BURCN SOS, Fire Llle, Accident and General Insuraaoa. Deal- en us Seal Estate and Loans. attention paid to the eve of properly collect- Bag MO. 219 Center sL. 2nd Boor. debt of the cathedral. The Observer learns that It Is the Inten- tion of the government to proceed with the compensation bill in parliament as soon as the Irish land purchase bills shall have passed the stage. While there is much anxiety in government cir- cles to learn the actual effect upon the popular mind of Saturday's demonstra- tion of protest iu Hyde park, there is a very slight decree of conviction that it has very greatly extended the adverse senti- ment, or intensified that which already existed. GEN. WOLSLEY DECLINES PROMOTION. Gen. Viscount Wolsley has declined to accept the chief command of the British forces in India, which was tendered to him as the successor of the Duke of Con- naught, and has also resigned his position as adjutant general of the army, to take effect, in July. In severing his connection with the active forces, Gen. Wolsley writes that he will always be at the serv- ice of his country IB the capacity of coun- cillor or warrior. EN'OLAND AND RUSSIA ON FRIENDLY TERMS The Berlin Kreusse Seitung learns upon what it regards as indisputable authority, that Sir R. D. Moner, British ambassador to Russia, Is the hearer of secret dispatches from the czar's government to London It also states that the relations between Eng- land and are of the friendliest character, and declares that the czar spent three evenings last week in company with Morierat the British embassy, upon which occasion presumably the dispatches which the latter is to convey to London was formulated. SULLIVAN'S NEW OPERA. Sir Arthur Sullivan Is hard at work on his new grand opera, "Ivanhoe." So far been engaged for the the pttsseiij..-rs made ill by fnght, bat, ail toniirirml, the be- haved well. The "tenmer halted only an hour at Queenstown and at 11 o'clock steamed for Liverpool at half-speed. The passenger. uuiUti iu pacing a resolution praisine the conduct of officers and crew of the ship in their trying position, and unanimously commended the careful- ness of the captain iu nailing at greatly reduced nt the time of mishap, though the vessel was many hours over- due and endeavoring to prevent the low- ering of her record. Bandar Barlnx In Paris. PARIS, June 9.-The steeplechase race run yesterday was won by Royal Meath Fetiche was second and Papiilon third- Eleven horses ran. EUGENE fl. COWLES SHOT" A NUMBER OF MEASURES DISPOSED OF BY THE EXECUTIVE. BILLS SIGNED BV GOV. HILL I V skimmed, to regulate sale of in cities of upward of teachers, prorewumBl training of, to promote; I HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW ATTEMPTS Hla. MURDER public or legislative, amending; Indians' to provide for welfare; milk, seizure or Sfcootln destruction of; claim of John D. Hutchin- son, of diaries M. Brown; electrical investigation senate on gen- eral laws, providing printing and distribution of The Auranla Wins. LONDON, June Auranla won the eastward race to Queenstown by ninety mm lit DEI rf J minutes, SEVEN MEN DROWNED. Their Boat Capsizes and They G. Down Before Aid Can Remeh Them. BOSTON, June Yesterday morning a party of eight young men started for a iirhing excursion in a sail boat owned largely by themselves. When they were about one mile from Thompson's Island in Dorchester bay the boat was struck by a squall and capsized. All but one were but iustead of trying to swim ashore they tried to climb on boat, which was so heavily ballasted that their weight would force htr beneath the sur- face, leaving them struggling in the water. In this manner the strength of the men was exhausted and they sank one by oue, until but one was left. The survivor, Walter Quiulan, had sunk for the last time, when the boat in rising came up under him, lifting him above the surface. He floated in an nnconsciom condition for some time, when the boat was seen from the shore by employes of the gas works at Cow Pasture Point Ihese men went out in a boat, brought Quinlan to shore and resuscitated him. The drowned were: McTier- nan, aged and John Sullivan, aged 34, of Charlestown; Alljert Lombard 2O- Tames Husband, 17; Thomas Troy 18-' Joseph Tufts, IS. all of Boston, and Edgar Maloney of Dorchester. McTiernan leaves a wife and child. The others were un- married. KILLED BY INDIANS. Reports of the Recent Attempted "1111 ere by Northern Clieyeiines. MILES CITY, Mont., follow- ing particulars of the recent attempted massacre by Northern Cbeyennes are brought here by Frank Carson, a settler on the border of the Tongue Kiver reserva- tion. Oue night not long ago about twenty Indians stole or pounds of beef from James S. Fergusson's ranche They were discovered while departing with the booty and were pursued by Fer- gussou and forty of his men. The meat was recovered. A few days afterward Fergusson and six of his men were returning to the ranch at night from a trip, when they were am- bushed along the road by Indians Fer- gusson was shot through the heart, dying instantly. One of the men was shot in the groin and died the neit day. Two others received serious wounds. The In- dians have sines been thoroughly armed and the .settlers have become so alarmed of the Bills Receive Bis 8lcnn- Many nre Allowed to Become laws Without His Autograph, and the Buffalo nnd Newkurf Charter Bills an> Betnrued Without His Approval. ALBAXY, June Hill made public last nijrlit bis final action upon the remainder of the 370 bills left in his hands at the adjournment of the legislature. The following bills have been signed Satnrday noon, at which time the office of the secretary of state closed: New York and Twenty-fourth wards, election of commis slouer of street improvements; New York city consolidation act, street cleaning de- partment; New York city consolidation, actions for penalties, amending act in re latimi to electrical conductors The tax rate bill is accompanied by the following memorandum: This bill completes the legislation estab-- lishing the tax rate for the fiscal year be- ginning Oct. 1 next. The total rate will be 2 34 mills on each dollar of assessed: valuation. While this is a consiilerabl reduction from the tar rate of last year i I Is to be regretted that the appropriation authorized by the legislature this year ai not appreciably less in amount than thos e for last year. Last year they amounted to nut including items vetoed and aggregat- ing while this year they ai about not including items ve- toed, so that the comparative economy of the legislature is represented by only But even this amount of reduc- tion it only apparent, for the legislature also at the recent session made provision! for the submission of the constitutional prohibition amendment at a special elec- i tion. thereby incurring an expense to thit i people, as I am informed by the secretary of state, amounting to about which, though not included in the tax levy, is no less a burden upon the peo- ple In their respective localities. tar rate is low, first, because nearly two mil lion dollars were unnecessarily collected from the taxpayers last year and now re- main as a surplus In the state treasuryr, and, second, because ;the assessed valua- tion of taxable property has been increased by nearly since last year. Theae are the facts They are stated in order that the taxpayers may have a full under- standing of the action of the legislature upon the vital subject of taxation. DAVID B. HILL. Statutory revision bills signed are as fol- Highways, general act relating to, towns, general act in relation to; stock corporal Ions, general act in relation to; railroads, general act in relation to. busi- ness corporations, general act in relation to; transportation corporations, general act iu relation to. Miscellaneous bills Corporations or- Takes Plaeo In m Hnck In Broad Daylight, and Crentes Consltlpr- Ewlremei t In the Canadian Me- p.t.1 Appro Aisallaut ls Arrntcd. of Montreal a that has thrown the to considerable excitement. nft.. copies of testimony; notaries public, amending act appointment of; mminfar-tnrlng corporations. niueti'lina act to authorizi consolidation; st.-ite armories, taking of hinds for in certain CHM-S, amending act; Buffalo association for the relief of the I m. poor, amending act to incorporate and to WM with pedestrian! change name of; Buffalo, to legalize saw was a flash, a puff of action of engineer relative to excavation T Hnd heard Pisto' and a m (juilford street; Buffalo law school wonmn Thecabwas brought to I In It uiruaiLUitaiib. I t 11 amending act; Buffalo charter; Niagara ,stl1 two one with a smoking couaty surrogate, to establish other uncon- authorising City T-rl instruction consolidation act (Hags for public scl civil procedure, amending (appeal' vised statutes, amending mentsl; Springfield Centre, unending to make a separate district; claim of William J Best; horse stealing, for prevention of; horse stealing for forma- tion; Delhi and Hudson River Railroad to repeal act to extend charter; Uwrenoecotnpany.author- zingthe maintenance of lork-np; claim Our DCW CWts ilcc Cjinn A Special drive in Ladies1 full, Mitts, worth ;55c., our Latest shipment, a Jot of Ladi 19c and aud was C. C. Hale of the the -woman was Cowlea' Mule's sister. A few hurried words passed. Mr. Hal. ordered b! I to the general hospital. ----'red and the carriage was directed there, a distance of half a mile societies the am bnlance and met the party, but its services re not required. Arriving at the hospital, Dr. Kirkpat k, the medical superintendent, had th. 'Unded man conveyed to a private ward 24o 8c ciaim I ii u warn DfChnrle, Bem-eii; civil procedure, amend- attending Du .....I.-.: J I physicians, vnut nM-----....... B ng (actions for Jefferson rounty; amending act to enforce colle.- ion of taxes- mortgages on real estate to p'KHlize foreclosure of liv claim of .fumes C. .folit lien law; civil pwilure, phys.cians, was called. There was aVtoS examination, a hurried consultutiou and result was announced to an eager the civil prorwlnre, trust criminal pro- cedure, amending Insurance coinp.-inies, casualty, nineridiug Am. Oswego tire department, amend- ing act to incorporate; tax col- -laim of David T. Smith; Little Falls amending; North Elba, Essex charter, ganized for others than business purposes amending act to limit amount of prop- erty to be held by, (exemption from taxa- railroad companies, street surface, amending act relating to corporate rights and powers; Attica, charter, amending generally; common school teachers, pro- fessional instruction of, making appropri- ation for; Avon charter, amending Richmond county police depan- nient, relative to compensation of mem- bers, Hempstead Gaslight company to extend existence of; Richmond county re- lating to superintendents and overseers of the poor. Baldwinsville, in relation to bonds county for release of land to Benton Tur- ner; public works of the state, wages ol laborers on; villages, genera] act for in corporation of. amending, relative to oath ameS "if'''1'' rivers; Wntertown charter, amending civil procedure, (sale of prop erty of infants, lunatics, idiots or habitua jMag Lake town raising of money. Johnstown town oHicers, amending act relating t voting; claim of Miss Jennie Turner buildings, corporations for erection of amending act authorizing formation of; claim of Harrison Holdridge: Cohoe charter amending: claim of juiien When it became known i WM (i'T.'T then life, health and Th "lto the in rela Je ,w'th Secant Toye, who had I them from the St. Catherine stn-etstalion, wlieretlieshooi. nioccurred wli'd to the LVutral pi.iice station' leant was on d.ity and l.e I hem. Hale bristly ro- the story of tlut shootiug and gave "I1.0" 'he of shooting with pi received Terences sent on i i "lles C'owles has- endeavoring time to ,m interview with ornamental plante, and cab- plants, than T. Davies. Ixinlville and amending act to incor hlmira charter, amending; clai ot Lieul (icisfavusC. Hantis; Northflel Richmond Between Two CHirAQO, June 9.-Mayor Cregler fires. this city is between two fires. The law and onler people are determined tha gambling houses shall close and Messn g and Field, two of the most prom 'a PHAKMACV, 300 Central Avenue aariers lor Wall Paper Pa.nt .Oils, Ac, UKINS, X F Center street, Haautaeiurer and dealer in Harness, Saddles, principal roles-Ben Davies, the tenor, fo, the title role, and EugeneOudin, baritone, for The Tamplar. Nofewerthan five lead- I ing baritones of London have announced I to their friends here that they were to sing the role. The onera will nrwn Br tk. I new theatre in SbafTesbury avenue SS I KMPEKUR WILLIAM A OODFATHEB. Kaiser Wilhelm stood sponsor on Wednesday to Prince Leopold's baby daughter, and weighed it down with the to withdraw unl the gamblers are forced to close up shop On the other hand, the gamblers declare that Mayor Cregier, before th Collars, Trunks, Whips, Bu Uonn Ciovers Gloves Mittens and dl ulalo Robea, and dleijrh ttobes. 9CHOLTB8, f n Third street, rasuioaakki Tailor. Uentleuien will flii'l u to ttwsr adTaalave hi call on me before purchaslnir elsewhere. 1> B. CABT CO., r. SB Lion street. Ueanral Oil Cloths, Untile Ware. A special- Williams Pazotanil Monroe range. R ULINU, such as blank-books, ledgers, and sll kmilsol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 3 and 10 E. Second .it names Victoria Margaret Elizabeth Marie Adelheid Alric. With this exception tha week has been spent in reviewing troops and alarming garrisons, notwithstanding that the imperial foot U still stiff and election promised to protect them and that he wil not dare to go back on bis promise In KUDULPU MOLDKNHADER, Cor. Third and Buffalo Sis., in Uraaite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me before buymi four sufe-witlk. R ISS.EY CO.. 7 9 East From dtreeL Whisky, Wines. Brandies. Liquor Store lor KkMily Use. nOBBRT M-KAX, JV Lion street, near Ibe depot. Boarriing, sale, reed anil Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reasonable SAM J. GirroiUJ, WI Central Are. (Up General luftnrance Heal Katuu aipeot. Fire, Lite, AcuUent, and Live Slock Insuraaee. Proiupt attention itiv en to burina Keal Kutate. Meat Market. Fresh, anil Ueate, Lard, sausages, ATCHRM, fc. .'auj itie Aurora BuilroaU Wairfa. KepainDK a specialty. t. -Stspl. K. Third sk SoOO RE WARD I stiff and sore from the effects of the late accident His wife has caught the military fever' and has been astonishing Berlin by her splendid horseriding on Thursdey at the grand review on Templehoffield. She was in the saddle for two hours, and led her regiment of cuirassiers past the emperor She wore a riding habit of white cash- mere, with a uniform jacket bearing on the collar and shoulders the red and silver colors of the regiment and a three-corn- ered white felt hat with ostrich feathers By general consent she looked very charm- ing and the looked delighted and declared that he was. RETURNING TO FIRST PRINCIPLES The conversion to Liberalism ot the London Daily Chronicle, the great Liberal paper which turned against Gladstone on the home rule Question in 1886, is appar- ently upon the point of completion Fri- day it denounced the violence and brutal- ity of the government in its efforts to cripple the public right of meeting and processions. Saturday it advocated the home rule scheme, which is evidently the same as Gladstone's and urges the govern- ment to drop the tittu-s bill, substi- When The Chronicle finally abandons the government there will be few Liberal tmomsts left in London. his own behalf Mayor Cregier says then are no gambling houses open, and that the stories regarding them emanated from a disappointed office seeker. However several suits have been instituted recently to recover money Io.st in different gamb- ling houses. THE CITY OF ROME IN PERIL. Th. ste. .r Strikes a Rock In tn Alarmed. Fatal Flifht With Jaekknives. COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 9.-Two boys Frank Holloway and James while returning from church near Helton in Anderson county, quarrelled. They went from words to blows, and finally drew their pocketknives and began slash- ing at each other. Holloway received a terrible gash in the throat, upon which he rushed at Watkins and plunged his knife into his breast. The point of the small blade just reached the heart and death was instantaneous. Watkins and his dead antagonist were found together in the road. The wound of the former is fataj. They were about 16 years old. Wandered Away from Home. NEW YORK, June W.-A dispatch to The Sun says. An old man was found wander- ing about the First ward in Hoboken by Policeman Good Saturday. He acted as though he was demented. He was respect- ably dressed. He refused to tell the police- man anything about himself and he was wrested. At police headqnarters he said his name was Isaac Dryfoos and that he lived in Pittsburg. He would not tell what he was doing in Hoboken or how he came to be there. When searched in bank notes was found in his pockets. He was detained and a telegram was sent to the Pittsburg police. -jg. public in- struction, act amending (district Insurance companies of other states aud countries, amending an act relating to service of process upon (flre patrol and salvage public instruction consoli- dation act, amending Alden char- ter, amending: ladies' depository; to pro- vide for termination of existence roads public, in certain counties, for improve- ment and maintenance of, taxes on lands of non residents, amending act In relation to collection, reviser! stat.ites, litle 16 capters, part s, amending (proceedings for drainage of wet lamlsj; revised stat- utes, (state Chautau- qna county clerk, to make office of sal- aried; hifhuajsand other town roads, re- pair ami improvement of, and for raising money for improvements in certain towns providing for. Unsigned bills-New York city: Cable railroad bill; bridges over Harlem river to authorize increased elevation; Croton aqueduct, tp provide for settlement of claims relating to construction of (Clark O'Brien aqueduct ameniling- con- solidation act (departmont of public works and as-sebtiments for Nel- on J. Waterhury and N'elson J. Water- bury, Jr to authorize re taxation of amount to paid to, for services; claim against Central park, North and Eiist Klver company, to authorize set- lemonl uf. Central park, amending act elative to railn-ays in transverse roods to irovide for annexation of Hart's Island; act. amending sanitarium Hebrew children" to ex- rapt property of from local taxation-con- oliilatiou act (relief of poor adult blind consolidation act, amending hfleld mnty, amending act relating to board of education: factory inspectors relating to reports of accidents: judg ments of I'nited states courts, to author ize docketing of: town auditors, amending act conferring additional powers; Amster- dam, charter (official Tchthy- ologicalI societies, for the incorporation; claim of Ihomas R. Leets; contracts in be- half of the state, to require public notice to be given villages, water supply of amending act to authorize; revised stat- utes, (relief and support of Indigent por- claim of Abner L. Roberts Haver- itraw charter, amending; patriotism, to enconraEe an'l promote; Newburgcharter nmenduiK hop boxes, to regulate; consti- tution, article six of, to provide for sub- mitting proposed amendment of to the people Memorandum: This bill must be re- garded as defective. Either through In- advertmin. or design the method of voting provided for does not submit the question to the people fairly, but prejudices the matter by making it easier to vote in favor of the amendment than against it. The voter who desires to vote again.st the amendment must, if he writes out his own ballot, Hrst write It as follows: "For the proposed amendment to the constitution relating to the election of additional jus- tices of the supreme and then cal- celitwith ink or pencil. The bill pro- vides for printed ballots to be furnished at each polling place at public expense, but all are to be printed in favor of the amendment. No ballots printed or wrlt- for some niilttci s. thn interview was ef- tWles insisted that only his wif f i 1 1. .1 slmuH sin.i.H ,.e pn-Hut, but her brother woul t'wni In Jie i llaleaniicip.itei] 11 raw a revolve n with the ra- STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Tlie The follim of the jinton....... V-w York Biookljn.. Pitt '.V luffulo...... the Pennants In th. ifig tablet show (he standing i'l the different leagues: LEAGUE Pel Won. Ijoat. Cent 24 H 10 ..Wi ,87f. .614 23 U la .....1.1 .....14 ......10 NATION 1L LEAQCB. IT ai 13 Philadelphia.............. J" S .'Lirago........... 2U 'ew York............ {9 ottton............. ju leveland 1-1 Itlaburg jj Lost. U 18 111 IK 19 W AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. thletlo tochester Louisville Louis.. Toledo Columbua Syracuse Brooklyn Won. 26 US 20 30 Ill 17 U 10 11 16 16 U 19 21 .471 .465 .400 .313 Per Cent. .638 .679 .671 .60) .474 .3M -ISO Per Cent. .6114 .OH .MB .936 .467 .447 .417 JSd ;i ROOMS TO RENT In the Inquire of SECOND Our motto or Frank May. TO NONE, w: "Second to us ami CARL SCHflUER 59 East Third St., Has just reocivt'd a lull line oC menu, of JIIB. r election le, for reliof of; e--. t, releasing to Henry s Martha Kren- Hi-nding act and others; The Pint Indian Citizen. LONDON, Jjme 9. -The steamship City of Rome from York arrived at town at 10 o'clock yesterday h, damaged condition, and reported havinz o made met with a narrow escape from for the Indi. off Faatnet light. While nd wa citizensl MUSKOOEE, I. Lewis Halston, T., June Saturday a Cherokee Indian by 'ion to the Unite4 idian Territory for, granted, citizenship, as rom st off Faatnet light. While proceeding If in a dense fog the steamer struck a sectlon at the act of congress ap- alarmed May 23, 1890, This the first b the shoc citizen D kk if. crash, made a "rush granted an Indian, and were met by the diaD Question may solve itself in the ship, who succeeded iu al- Bear future> more will follow. taasmn h6lr bT their Inasmuch a, they .rere not then aware of Fo0' awar w n The signal was OBLtAss, June Hcaynne'. given to reverse and stand back, which coanty, special says: The th. engln. and _ Teaael was then MOB of the east-bound train Satnr- day n'8bt reported hail a foot deep, gfteen miles west of here, aud aa the train passed found that the OOYOUB t'Om: THE PICHT-QNE.S PEARL GEO.A. MICBETHICC.. P'TTSBIIBGH. P. This is the first rain in tits county in mor. than a year. ...w anu Q menilina act to annex l. arms and Kingsbridge to, relative to ex- mpt firemen; property in One Hundred nd 1 wentietii street, authorizing the set- ement of tuxes; building and improve leut company, amending act to incorpor- te the; New York city soldiers' aud sail- ors' memorial arch or monument to pro- vide for. Brooklyn and Kings Brooklyn municipal building, to provide for increase of office accommodation; Brooklyn consol- idation act (moneys to be puid to charit- able Brooklyn police courts to luciliuite administration; Brooklyn con- solidation act (department of Brooklyn consolidation act (police Brooklyn public parks, to authorize se- lection of lands; Flatbush, street lighting amending act to provide; Gravesend, au- thorizing board of health to sell sewer property; Kings county, create county farm commissioners; Gravesend, amend- ing act for preservation of the peace- civil proceed ure, (exemptions from jury duty In Kings Genera! and Miscellaneous Railroad. jompauies, street surface, relative 10 per- centages to be paiil; the Rainy bridge bill- railroads, grade crossings to regulate; rail- way companies, snrface, in relation to consents of; New York harbor, to estab- lish exterior bulkhead lines on Staten originally against the amendment can be voted There is absolutely no method provided for voting again.st the amend- ment, except by first taking a ballot in favor Of the amendment and cancelling it Ibis is not the American system Ing and is inherently inconsistent and misleading, I am unable to discover any precedent for this peculiar feature of this measure I decline to approve this bill with lass hesitation because of the existence of the commission just organized to propose a revismn of the entire judiciary article of the constitution. The public interests will not suffer serious injury if the action npon this particular amendment should be deferred until after the report of the Sunday AssM-laflon Games. At St. 3010000 0 0011330 Baae hits-St. Louis n, Toledo 9 Errors-St. Louis 9, Toledo 2 0-4 a Umpire-Barnum. At Rochester- Rochester o 000000 o i o s i s Base hits-Rochester 7. Athletics 8 Errors-Rochester 3, AlhleticsS 1 ft- commission. The police matron DAVID B. HILL bill is disapproved The governor says the present law merely authorizes the appointment of police matrons in cities. This bill proposes to compel their appointment, whether the local authorities deem it necessary or not It is de.sirahle that the local authorities should retain control of the situation and arguments to them should be first ex- hausted, only after it is shown that they are obstinately or culpably remiss in exercising their powers iu a reasonable manner under present permissive laws should their discretion be taken away and action on their part be made compulsory I am disposed to concede that the local authorities of certain cities have not ex ercised their discretion iu accordance with the spirit of the present law, but it seems to me wise that they should be given another year in which to make the needed SSS: -tor Toole. At 180 OOOOOJOOOO-S 1 0 0 0 8 I 0 0 1 0 0 I) 5-10 Base hits- Louisville 8, Columbus 16 Errors- Louixville 5, Columbus 4 and Umpire-Emslle. At BronklvD 5 Q Equal to any in the city, and hur- it prices that will you him purchasing, pay 100011- 100001 Bn.se hits -Brooklyn 12, Syracuse 7. Errors -Brooklyn 6, Syracuse 4 and "8 legialature, con- Umplre-Doescher. A RAILROAD CASHIER MISSING. He Dtnappemrs Upon Arrival of tb. Suspected. PALLS, June P. in grade ersey NIAGARA n B. HILL. Sure of Death. LOCKPORT, N. Y.. June 9.-Some time during Friday night Kmile Messing ao ice dealer and liveryman of Tonawanda, committed snjcjde jn his barn by first pre- paring to hang himself and then putting a pistol bull throuKh his temple before he swung off. Messing, who was 40 years old and a mnn of considerable property recently last an ice house with its con- tents, valued at in Canada by the until he took his life O ----------1 jr. Haire, cashier of the N Y I, E W. railroad at Suspension Bridge' has been missing since Thursday, and no one seems able to account for his mysterious disappearance. On Thursday Auditor Smith of the road arrived to check up some records, and while here started to check up the station also. At noon be stopped, expecting to continue after din ner. O'Haire not putting In an appear ance by 2 o'clock he was sent for, but could not be found, nor has he since been beard front. Various rumors are afloat In regard to a shortage, etc., and suicide has been hinted at. The office safe will be forced open, when some clew to the cause of his disap- pearance may discovered. Donth Him. NEW YOKI, June 9. -A special to Sing Sing Edward Mulford, aged 83, sentenced to Sing Sing prison on a charge of assault committed at Patchogne, L. I., while being brought up to the priMB Sheriff Richard L, Petty of Saffolk county, died from heart We have tbe largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes iu plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine aewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'SPine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. 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