Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 9, 1890, Dunkirk, New York
VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. Y. MONDAY. JUNK '•». «*«#>.
hvpkeskntative OSINESS HOUSES
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
EMPEROR WILLIAM BUSY WITH THE LABOR PROBLEM.
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r>. Arli**ln‘ PhoW urea liker.
need bot wad l**r suimnine debtee.
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B e» *ri 'STT' *Ki£!£. “»
bio itrwl, I*uiilifI, • ]• ttr'lerti I
«c i-.utphifu*.; promptly aUemted U». Ail work
I kcMICK’M ( HlA’AKAt
jhb uolril Avenue.
Wh. .ternate eed retail dealer ie I*portal lonetUf < time, A* •
r IMAI TAU«J« A HdTHI,
I Kau-**. ii per -ley.
L.rerv and ■.-rd. of «U».»e rn ™»'*eU'm V it un Hi*ter, m eo*i STT Lute •inset
• I IT% HAKHKK **MOP
I i Him. Neele. I nip.,
jilter I Ake Hhoft National Bauk.
>-, i/r aud Third slreeU. A Hue *U* k
fori i^d end liome-ti*: < igar*.
r ION Kit N A NON,
I J TSH teeter street.
Brae ti.-* I b<*n*e-eh<iere. Hertieuler ellen boe PU. mlerfenuK harare. xkmnm* al r«A*i 4 ti oft I un boree* rn specially.
I NI* I KH BVIC JUNO OII HICKY ICH.
largest Dad) In the Cotta*?.
An unequalled advertising medium.
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I oro>«rly Salle* A Popple. Menufeeiun re ol fcugiarn, lo ller-. Puller*.
Shelling Hangers, el* * eating*, aud lie* Ii.
ne Work to *nr*ier.
.uaKIKK iHIKT CO., -'n-. nu ' -
) Cen ut street. M aa u torturers af the
rom well*’ end ‘‘Dunkirk’’ iwrfeet - Ullin*
r.**e 'dorta. on sale rn all leading fiiruiaktux. jibing aud dry goods house# in dunkirk.
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I 4.14 amt 4.1*; Lion street
L>eder in Flour, lee*!, ail. Baltei Hay* Bde*-
tale*, el* Established, 1**T7.
Klk HOTr.L aud Greta* ^aduw. Unum I. tJriKit Easy areel*# bi ail tram* aud buenas ii*(use*. Best accoiaaMida»*o«re for I oilier* int Travelers. , ,,
John J. Murphy, Prop.
* HI.BKN A CO-. . , .
^ #7 and W* B. fit lr* I street.
kine I uruiture, Cabinet W are and bp ilateriug. Pm lure Frames made U» order.
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VII ceatral Are., t ier* of Fashion and Gentlemen < retailers | AKkLI. NTKAM MKATIN4* OI..
inutmHurera of steam Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty-
IOMI* STRAN LAIT NORW.
lur apeeialtie*: Fine shirt*. Iftr;
I ut* 4. , aud Lace curtains, tree l»eliv r. A W. Cumming*, »»T Cantar atreet
K. Third at, cor. of Buffalo Ma aula* lurer and dealer rn Finn Boid A »li**os
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Third st. thinks. Stationery, Musical In ruuienta.Msgatiaea,llailf aiel Weeki.' Papers. 1*1 every tim g pertaining U* a 4r*l class boo*
ore Sc boo* B-#)k# a *|e«'ultv.
I oh PRINTING of aiery *lescr»p*ion and at I lowest llsi ag rate* by
Dunkirk Printing Company,
8 aud IU fc~ s»;***'i SA.
H A AN BIREN A NON, Fire Idle. - Ae* Lieut and Geueral Insuraaoa Deai-• in Beal Estate au l buna Particular un ti ou paul b» the eire *»f property eolleet-Ao. iii Outer at. iud door.
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WU Central Aren us sad gear lent tor W all Paper Pa nt , oils, Ae-
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JUS tenter street.
Man u lac lurer and'lealerin Ha mesa sn, 1.1 Ina, rid lee. Collars, Truuks.W hips, ttnflalo Holies, near Covers Gloves Mittens and sleigh Robes
. 17 Bast Thin! street
solo <>u able f ai lor. Gentlemen will dill it to irir sd v aa tag*' to call on me before purchasing •err bere
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. 333 Lion airest.
General Hardware. W h.tr l^yul.Oila.Painter’s 8applies, ml Cloths, oral. Ie W are. A specially of Niter ma Williams Pa.aland Mourns range.
KC Et NO, such as blaak-buok*. lclger*. and ail kinds of blank* done at
Uuuktrk Printing Company, s ami IU K. Secoud bt.
HI in>1.1*ll MOEOENH AC KH.
Cor. Thml aud Buffalo Sta.
Healer rn Granite, Marble. A agging and Building sboie. Call on me lie fore buying your skis-a aik
IHI.KY A CO..
7 ami H F.ast Fr**nt Irt-eC Whisky, W ines. Brandies, o-neral I.liquor Store (or Foxily Use.
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t\, Lion street, near the depot.
IP arb nu. aah-, Feed ami Livery Stable. la bb fig by the das or week on reasonable
AM -I. 4*11 A OKI*. Ail Central Are. (Up •tam*), General Insurance and Beal K-U*u ,enC Fire, Life, Accident, and Live stock eurauce. Prompt atteuUon g>v *n to buying ii reding Beal K«Utc
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75 AT. Third sh, «sir l»eer. >«*e>s4iw Meal Market. Fresh, aalt an* *,Uj Heat*. i.a**1, sausage*. o>stets sn mirv
His Attitude Toward the Winking People CaitM-s a Division la tha (•ernuau Liberal Party—4 ardiual Wanning Celebs ate* HI* Silver J ahi lee— Gen. Wolsley Decline* Promotion.
liOPiBON, June V — Kinperor W illiam of Gsrniany is devoting bim-elf ai-iituously lo reading petitiooa on the luiior qiiewtioB. His frtetci attitude toward the working people ba* already ekuned a division in tha tverman Liberal party la the reichatag. Tha party which had formerly been united in opposition to Bismarck and the throne ut now divided, many mein ber* showing a tendency to approve the action of the emperor and to support his policy. Kven in Kiismia the c*ar’s council is rou-idermg a » hill to comftel employers to support employes injured in the perforttiam-e of duty and to require the employer to pension the widow and children of any employe liming his life while at work.
Tha French Radicals are harshly criticising President Carnot for pardoning tire Duke of Orleans, OU the grotiud that the fienitentiary rules were violated in his release. These regulations ordain that a prinouer cannot be pardoned until he has served half his time, aud then only ou pa tit hun ag the head of tha state
CARDINAL MANNING’S SILVER ii BTI.KR Cardinal Manning celebrated his silver Jubilee, the twenty fifth auuiver*ay of his elevation to the dignity of archbt*hop in the Roman Catholic hierarchy, yesterday, he haviug been appointed archbishop of Westminster on the death of Cardinal Wireman in IMW. A large number of Inretgu diplomats and other prominent persons were present in tha cathedral in honor of t ha occasion, aud t ha Karl of Hipou presented the venerable csgiliual arith an illuminated address of congratulation, to w bn Ii Cardinal Manning mads a feeling response In the course of his remarks he announced flint n large sum of money had tmeu subscribed aud paid over in honor of the occaMion toward tha debt of the cathedral The Observer learns that It I* the intern don of the government to proceed with the con i pen sat iou bill in parliament as soon as the Irish land purchase hills shall have passed the rouim.ttea stage While there is much anxiety in government circles to learn the actual effect upou the popular mind of Saturday’s demotistra ttou of protest in Hyde park, there is a very slight degree of conviction that it has very greatly extended the ail verse sentiment, or intensified that which already existed
ii ATN. WOLFLEY DECLINE# PROMOTION. (ten Viscount Wolsley haa declined to accept the chief command of the British forces in India, which was tendered to him as the successor of the Duke of Connaught, aud has also re-igued his position a-adjutant general of the army, to take effect in July lu severing hi- connection with the active farces, tien Wolsley writes that he will always be at the servile of his country ia the capacity of councillor or warrior
ENGLAND AND Ht’SSIA ON FRIENDLY TERMS The Berlin Kreu«%se Seining learns upon what it regards as indisputable authority, that Sir R D Morier. British aru im—ador to Russia, I* the hearer of secret dispatches from the mar's government to Ixmdou It al*o states that the relat ions liet ween Fng laud and Hii-sia are ut the friendliest character, ami declares that the czar spent three evenings last week in company with Morier at the Briti-h embassy, ujkmi which occasion presumably the dispatches which the latter is to con'ey to london was
SULLI VAN’# NEW OPEKA.
Sir Arthur Sullivan is hard at work on his urw gram! opera. ‘‘Ivanhoe " So far only two people have been engaged for the principal roles Hen Davies, the tenor, for the title role, and KugeneOudiu, baritone, for The Templar. Xofewer than live leading tiaritoiies of Loudou have auuounced to their friends bere that they were to sing the role. The opera will often at the new theatre in Shaftesbury avenue, the contract calling for the completion of the theatre the first week in November
AM PEROW WILLIAM A GODFATHER. Kaiser Wilhelm stood sponsor on Wednesday to Prince Leopold's baby daughter, and weighed it down with tha names Victoria Margaret Elizabeth Mane Adel held Aine. With this exception tha week ha- lieen spent in reviewing troops aud alarming garrisons, notwithstanding that the iiii(>erial foot is still stiff aud son? from the effect* of the late accident. Hi* wife has caught the military fever, aud haa been astonishing Berlin by her spleudid horseruliug on Thursdev at the grand review on TemplebofTield She wa* in the saddle for two hours, and led her regiment of cuirassiers past the emperor. !*he wore a riding habit of white cash mere, with a uniform jacket bearing on the collar aud shoulders the red and silver colors of the regiment and a three-corn-erad white felt hat with ostrich feathers. By general consent she looked very charming, and the emfieror looked delighted and declared that he was
RETURNING TO FIRl-T PRINCIPI FU.
The conversion to Liberalism of the Ixmdou Daily Chronicle, the great liberal paper which turned against Gladstone on the home rule question in la appar
ently upon th# point of completion. Friday it denounced the vfolvnca and brutal tty of the government, in its effort# to cripple the public right of meetiug and processions. Saturday it advocated tha home rule scheme, which is evidently the same as tiladstotie'a and urge- the govern tueut to drop the tithe* bill, and substi tUte a local government bill for Ireland.
heil The Chronicle finally abandons the government there will be few liberal I monists left in London
tha ship wa* broken aud her Lu I wark* stove. Amt Ute full extent of the damage •ha sustain**! aril’ not be known until the vessel is dry docked >everw| ladle* among the pa- rs were made Bi by fright, bat,
all thing- eon-idenrd, tit# p.»—engrr* lie haved well The -tesmer halted only an hour at <duet-n*f<>wu and at Ii a’clotA steamed for liverpool al half speed Tha passenger* au>U-«i iii parsing a resolution praising the t*HiUun of the orth en and crew of the -hip in their trying pai-itlon, and un vn im ou sly commended the careful ne*.* of the captain in sailing at •leutlf ntdui'ed -js*e*i at tile time of I1'* mishap, though t lie v*sx-et wa* many hours overdue and endeavoring to prevent the low enug of her record.
BILLS SIGNED UY GOV. HILL
A NUMBER OF MEASURES DISPOSED OF BY THE EXECUTIVE.
Munday Racing la Paris.
PARIN, June P.—The steeplechase ram run yesterday was won by Royal Meath, Fetiche was second and Papiilou third Eleven homes ran.
The A Urania Win*.
LONDON, June it—The Auranla won the eastward ra* e to Oueeu*towu by ninety minutes
SEVEN MEN DROWNED.
Their Buat < ap-l/e* aud They <4* Dawn Return Ald tau Reach Them,
JitieTOW. June — Yesterday morning a party of eight young men started fora Ii' hi nu excursion in a sail boat owned largely by them-el vc* When they were about one mile from Thompson's Island In Ihircbester lay the l>oat was struck by a squall aud capsized All but one were swimmer*, but iustead of trying to swim ashore they tried to climb ou the bat. which wa* so heavily ballasted that their weight would force hi r beu«-ath the surface, leaving them struggling in the water, In this manner the strength of the men was exhausted and they aank one by one, until but one was left.
The survivor, Walter tduiulan. had sunk for the I aet time, w heu the boat in risiug came up under him. lifting him above the surface. He floated In an nuoousrtous condition for some time, when the boat was wen from the shore by employes of the gas works at Cow Pasture Point. These men went out in a boat, brought Quinlan to shore and resuscitated bim
The drowned were l*awreuce McTier-nau. aged *J4. aud John Sullivan, aged 34, of Charlestown; A Hart l»iubard. ‘JU: James HidJjmiuI, 17; Thomas Troy, 18; Joseph Tufts, I*, all of Boston, and Edgar Maloney of Don bester. McTiernan leaves a wife aud child. The of hem were u«-ruanied. ____
KILLED BY INDIANS.
ffavaral af the Bills Retell* His Signatary, Many ara Allowed ta Betorn* Law* Without Mi* Autograph, and tha Buffalo aud Newburg Charter Billa are Returned Without Hi* Approval.
ALBANY, June »—Governor Hill made public Inst night bi* Anal action upon the remainder of the TTO bill* left in bis hand* at the adjournment of the legislature The following bill* have been signed Saturday noon, at which time the office of the secretary of state closed: *
New York city—Twenty third and Tweutjr fourth ward*, election of cummi* • stoner of street improvements; New York .( city consolidation act, street cleaningde-* part ment New Y'ork city consolidation, » actious for penalties, amending ai t iii re • latitfu to electrical conductom The tax ’i rate bill is accompanied by the following * memorandum:
This bill completes the legislation estab- -lishing the tax rat® for the fiscal year Iw-gihuing Ort I next The tidal rate will, lie ‘3 84 mill* on each dollar of a-sessed. valuation While this is a considerate! t reduction from the tax rate of last rear i I Is to be regretted that th* appropriatlor a authorized hy the legislature this vear ai » not appreciably less in amount than tho*' a for last year.
laud year they amounted to A
not including items vetoed aud aggreg* b-ing ti HIF,val, while ibis year they ain
Report* of the Rereut Attempted Massacre by Northern I lie venues.
Miles Citi, Mout , June it. —The following particulars of tile re«-eut attempted massacre by Northern Oieyenne* are brought here by Frank Carson, a settler on the border of the Tongue River reservation Cue night not loug ago about twenty Indians -tole J.UUD or 4.(MIO pounds of I ss-1 from James S. Ferguson’# ranehe They were discovered while departing with the booty and were pursued by Ferguson ami forty of his men The meat was recovered.
A few days afterward Fergussou and six of hi- meu were returning to the ranch at night front a trip, when they were am bushed along the road by Indians Fer giisson wa* shot through the heart, dying instantly. One of the men was shot in the groin and died the next day. Two other* received serious wounds The Indians have-inca l»eeu thoroughly armed ami the settler* have become so alarmed that maut of them have abandoned their home* and run away. It im learned from Fort Keotigh that the two companies at the Tongue River agency aud Rosebud are considered sufficient to cope with the Indians. aud no more troops will be ordered out for the present.
Between Two Fir##.
Chicago, June IL—Mayor Cregler of this city is !«*tween two fires The law and order people are determined that gambling houses shall close aud Messrs Kiug aud Field, two of the most prominent mem liers of the order, whose signs tore* are attached to the official bond of the mayor, threaten to withdraw unless the gambler* are forced to close up shop Un the other hand, the gamblers declare that Mayor Cregier, hefore the election, promised to protect them and that he will not dare to go t*ack on his promise. In hi* ow n behalf Mayor Cregier says there are no gambling house# open, and that the stories regarding them emanated from a disappointed office seeker However, several suits have been instituted recently to recover money lo-r in different gambling housea
ratal Fight With Jackknives.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 9.—Two boys, Frank Holloway and James Watkins, while returning from church near Belton. in Anderson county, quarrelled They went from words to blow's, aud Anally drew their pocketknives and began slashing at each other. Holloway received a terrible ga.-h iu the throat, upon which he ru-heii at Watkins and plunged hi* knife into hi* breast. Th# point of the small blade ju-t reached the heart and death was instantaneous. Watkins and his dead antagonist were found together in the road The wound of the former is fatal They were about 18 year# old.
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THE CITY OF ROME IN PERR..
Th* steamer Strike* a Roek la a Dens# Fog—Faaeeuger* A larmetl.
Ig>Ndon, June 9 —The steamship City of Rome from New Y'ork arrived st Queenstown st IO o'clot k yesterday morning in A damage*! condition, aud reported having met with a narrow escape from sinking off F ast net light While proceeding slow ly in rn deuse fog the steamer struck a rock. bow- on. and the passengers alarmed by the shock and the crash, made a rush for the decks They were met by the officers of the ship, who succeeded iu allaying their fears by stifling their own, inasmuch as they were not then aware of the extent of the damage The signal wa* given to reverse and stand hack, which the engines promptly obeyed, and th# vessel WM removed from her perilous post lion.
An examination of tho bows wa# then mad# and it was found that the stem of
Wawilrreg Away fro a* Ham*.
New Y'ork. June st — A dispatch to The Sun says. An old man waa found wander log about the First word in Hoboken by Policeman <»oud Saturdav He acted as though he waa demented He was respect ably dressed. He refuse*! to tell the policeman anything about himself and he was arrested At police headquarter- he said his name was Isaac Dryfoos and that be lived in Pittsburg. He would not tell what he was doing in Hoboken or how he came to be there. When searched th,HW in bank notes was found in his pockets He w a* detained and a telegram was sent to the Pittsburg police
Th* First I ml tan Cltlsew.
Muskogee. I. T., June 9— Saturday I jew is Halston. a Cherokee Indian by blood, made application to the United States court for the I milan Territory for. aud wa* granted, citizenship, as provided in section 43 of the a*'t of oougrwe* approved May ‘Ii. I NNO, This is the first citizenship granted an Indian, and the Indian question may solve itself in the Dear future, as many more will follow
Nail a Foot Deep.
New Orleans, June 9.—The Picayune’# <Kl Paso county, Texa-V, special says: The conductor on the ea-t I iou ml tram Saturday night reported bail a foot deep, fifteen miles west of bara. and aa the train passed south ami north of here Saturday evening This is the first rain in the county in more than a year.
about fix (NM,009, lint including items vetoed, so that the comparative economy of* the legislature is represented by only* KK&.OOU But evcu this amount of reduc • lion I-ouly apparent, for the legislator*) also at the receut sew-ion made provision for the submission of the constttntional prohibition amendment at a spa* ial elec- j tlou, thereby incurring au expense to tho people, as I ani informe*! by the secretary of state, amounting to about URS,WK whit ti. though not included in the gettered tax levy, is no less a bunien upon the pere pie in their respective Itjcalities. The tax rate is low, first, because nearly two mil lion dollar* were unneces-arily collected front the taxpayers last year aud now rte main as a surplus in th# state treasurer, aud, second, because ^the assessed valuta lion of taxable property has been increaser! by nearly fl<W,un>.iMW since last year Throe are the facts They are stated in ordtw that the taxpayers may have a full understanding of the action of the legislature upon the vital subject of taxation.
David B Hill.
hts I u tory revision bi Us signed are as follow*: Highway#, general act relating to,
town*, general act in relation to; stock corporation*, general act in relation to; railroad*, general aet in relation to. business corporal ions, general act in relation to: t ran-portalion corporations, general act in relation to.
Miscellaneous bill* — Corporal ions organized for other* than business purpose* amending act to limit amount of property to be held by, (exemption from lava I tiott); railroad companies, street surface, amending act relating to corporate right# ami powers. Attica, charter, amending generally; common school teachers, pro , fessionai instruction of, making appropre atiou for: Avou charter, amending (village ! officers); Richmond county police depart aleut, relative to compensation af ment ber-. Hempstead Ga-light com patty, to extend existence of: Richmond county, relating to siijieriuteudeuta aud overseers of I the poor Baldwinsville, in relation to bonds issued. Northern Chautauqua agriot!!-' tural society, to authorize stockholders to hold special meetings, villages, general rn t 1 for incorporation of, amending (bridges); Port Richmond charter, amending. Rochester charter, amending, public in •traction, act amending ^district quotas); insurance companies of other states aud countries, amending an act relatittg to •ervice of proteas u|x>u I ti re patrol and salvage corp*! public instruction consol! d at iou act, amending (tax); Alden char ter, amending: ladies’ depository; to pro vide for termination of existence, roads, public, in ('ertaiu counties, for improve meni and maintenance of. taxes on lands of non re-uieuts. amending att in relation to colation; revised statutes, title 16, capter 8, (>art I, amending s pro* ceding* for dramas of wet land-,, revised statute-, amending (-tate pri-onst; Chautauqua county clerk, to make office of -ai sued inch <• av-aud other town roads, re pair and improvement of, and for raising mouey for improvement- in certaiu towus, providing for
Unsigned bills—New York city: Cable railroad bill, bridges over Harlem river, to authorize increased cie vat mn; Croton aqueduct, to provide for settlement of claims relating to construction of (Clark A O'Brien bdl*, aqueduct amending: con aoluiarion act (department of public works and as.-eta.meuts for improvements). Nelson J. Waterbury and Nelson J. Water bury. Jr, to authorize re taxation of amount to paid to, for service*; claim again-t th* Central park. North and Hist River Kadi uud com pin \ ta authorize settlement uCentral park, amending act relative to railways in transverse rood* to pro* ide for a ii ne .va lion of Hart’* talmud; consolidation act, amending (hydrants); san ii anam for Hebrew children, Ut exempt property of front local taxation: consolidation act (relief of poor adult blind persou.-i. consolidation act, amending (election advertisements); Martha Kren kle, for relief of, e- I a-t, * men diag act releasing to Henry S.deer arui other*; amending ai t to annex Morris.dana, West Farms and Kingshridge to, relative to exempt firemen; property in One Hundred aud Twentieth -freer, authorizing the «*et-lletuenf of taxes; building and improve meut company, amending act to incorpor ate the: New York city soldier*' and sailors' memorial arch or monument, to pro vide for.
Brooklyn aud Kings County—Brooklyn municipal building, to provide for increase of office accommodation. Brooklyn consolidation at t (moneys to lie paid to charitable institutions); Brookly n police courts, to la*, dilate administration. Brooklyn con mdidatiou act (department of assessment); Brooklyn consolidation act (police forcei; Brooklyn public parks, to authorize se lection of lands. Flatlmsh. street lighting, amending act to provide. Gravesend, authorizing board of health to sell sewer property; Kings county, create county farm commissioners; Gravesend, amending act for preservation of the peace, civil proceedure, (exemptions from jury duty Ut Kings county).
General and Mi seel I ane*) us — Railroad X>ntpaul**- -tree! surface, relative lo percentages to be paid; the Rainy bridge bill; railroads, grade crutming* to regulate, railway companies, street surface, in relation to consents of; New Y’ork harbor, to e>tab hah exterior bulk beati lines on Staten la! tad side dairy products, ameudiug act to pea vent deception, legislature, con
tin gent expense- of. appropriation; milk sk I im med to regulate -ale of in cities of upward of ‘JI.OUJ inhabitants, teacher#. proG-aional training of. to promote, natural history, free instruction, in mak lug appropriation to cont in.ie; printing, politic or legislative, amending. Indians, to provide for welfare, milk, seizure or dextrin thin of; < latin of John D. Hutchin son. cl..i.ii of diaries M bruwu, electrical inve-ttg.tr ion *.j senate coni nut tee on gen eral laws, providing for printing aud distribution of 5.000 extra copie* of testimoo*, notaries public, amending act f«*r spiNiintnient o*: nu*eof#"tilting corporations, amen ling art to authorize consolidation state arm Tie*, taking of lands for in eel tam c*-en. amending art. Buffalo assot talion for the relief of the pour, amending act to incorporate and to change name of; Buffalo, to legalize action of engineer relative to excavation In Guilford street; Buffalo law school, with reference. Buffalo police department, amending aet, Buffalo charter. Niagara < minty surrogate, to establish comp**usa tion; claim of Kdwin H Rudey; civil list, appropriation for printing sud di.stribu lion; county superintendents of the poor and county trea-urers, amending act authorizing ele<tiou, Lmg l-iand City charter, amending; public instruction consolidation art i flags for public schools); civil procedure, amelu!mg (appeals); rn vined statutes. amending (assess meats); $pnngfield Centre, amending to make a separate district; claim of William J Be-t; home stealing, societies for prevention of: horse stealing, societies for prevention of, amending act for forma rion. Delhi and Hudson River Railroad company, to repeal aet to extend charter; Parishville, St I at wrettre cotillon}',ant hor • zing the maintenance of lock up: claim if ('barb-* Benben; civil procedure, ameudiug (actious for partition); Jefferson county; amending act to enforce co I Ie* tion of taxes mortgage- on real estate to legalize foreclosure of by advertisement riaini of James I’. Johnson; mechanics lieu law; civil pn***siure, amending (ex •curious); civil procedure, amending (in re-tigatiiig trust funds); criminal pro--'•dure. amending (criminal statistics) insurance companies, life, health and .'Asiialty, amending att in rela cion. Oswego fire department, amend ing act to incorporate: tax col
leetor#, requiring giving of receipts claim of David T. Smith; Little Fall# charter, amending; North Film, Unsex county, for release of land to Benton Tut Der: public works of the state, wage# of laisuvr* on; village#, general act for in corporation of. amending, relative to oath of office; lumiier, logs and other timber amending act to regulate passage of upon river*: Watertown charter, amending
(sidewalks); civil procedure, (sale of property of infanta, lunatic-, idiots or habitual drunkard-); Ia>ttg lake town hall in, authorizing rat-Iag of money; Johnstown, town officers, amending act relating to voting; claim of Miss Jennie Turner; buildings, corporations for erection of, amending act authorizing formation of; claim of Harrisou Holdridge: Cohoe# charter amending; claim of Julien T T. Davie-. Lordville aud Kquniuulk Bridge company, amending act to incor porate; Elmira charter, amending: claim of lieut Gu-tavusC Haa us; Northfield, Richmond county, amending ai t relating to ttoanl of education; factory inspectors, relating to report- of accident#: jiuig meut-of United States courts, to authorize docketing of; town auditors, amending act conferring additional powers; Am*ter dam. charter forth ial newspapers): Ichthy-ological societies, for the incorporation; claim of Thomas R Ijeets: contracts in be half of the state, to require public notice to be given village*, water supply of, amending act to authorize; revised statutes. (relief and snp|>ort of indigent por son-), claim of Abner L. R4>bert.-, Haver straw charter, amending patriotism, to encourage and promote; Newburg charter, amending bop boxes, to regulate; constitution. article six of, to provide for submitting proposed amendment of to the |M*ople
Memorandum: This bill must he regarded as defective. Either through in-advertance or design the method of votiug provided for doe* not submit the question to the }w*ople fairly, but prejudice# the matter by making it easier to vote in favor of the amendment than against It. The voter who de-ires to vote against the amendment must, if he writes out hi«own ballot, first write it as follows: “For the proposed amendment to the constitution relating to the election of additional justice# of the supreme court." and then caird it with ink or pencil. The bill provides for printed ballots to be furnished at each polling plats* at public expeuse, but all an* to be printed in favor of the amendment No Ital lots printed or written originally against the amendment can lie voted There is absolutely no method provide*! for voting against the amendment, except by first taking a ballot in favor of the amendment and cancelling it. This is not the American system of voting, and is inherently inconsistent and misleading,
I am unable to discover atty precedent for this peculiar feature of this measure.
I decline to approve this bill with less hesitation becau-e of the existence of the commission just organized to propose a revision of the entire judiciary article of the constitution. The public interests will not suffer serious injury if the action upon this particular amendment should be deferred until after the rep*)rf of the commission. David B. Hill.
The police matron bill is disapproved. The governor -ays the present law merely authorizes the appointment of police matrons in cities. This bill propose# to compel their appointment, whether the local out hon t ie* deem it necessary or not.
It is desirable that the local authorities should retain control of the situation, and arguments to them should lie first exhausted. and only after it is shown that they are obstinately or culpably remiss in exercising their power# in a reasonable manner under present permissive laws, should their discretion be taken away and action on their part be made compulsory.
I am disposed lo concede that the local authorities of certain cities have not exercised their discretion in 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 change* un their own motion, and if after another year - expeneti**e a permissive law shall still prove futile, the argument in favor of a cc in pit I-ory law will be much more forcible. David B. Hill.
EUGENE ll. COWLES SHOT.
HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW ATTEMPTS HIS MURDER IN MONTREAL.
Vin I*- *ure of Death.
Lockport, N. Y’.. June 9.—Some time during Friday uight Futile Messing, an ice dealer arni liveryman of Tonawanda, rom ■> it Ie* I suicide in his barn by first preparing to hang himself and then putting a pistol bali through his temple before he swung off Me-*iug, who was 40 years old and a man of considerable property, recently l»**t au ne house with its conteur*, valued at $i:i.ui<u, in Canada by the ti.-si*, and this loos preyed upon bu mind until be took his life.
The Xhootia* Takes Flare la a Hark la Broad Daylight, and Create* Cow-Gler-ahla Kstf-ifetaiei 4 la tha Canadiaa Mf tro#uin — X* Fatal Result Appra headed—Hi* A .salient la Arrested.
Montreal J a ae 9 — Yesterday after noon at 4 o’clock, in broad daylight, on > one of the principal street* of Maili real a tragedy wa* enacted that has thrown the city into considerable excitement The street was crowded with pedestrian* aud what they saw was a flash, a puff of smoke aud heard a pistol shot and a woman scream The cab was brought to a standstill aud a laity alighted lo it were still two men, one with a smoking revolver in his hand, the other unconscious and his blood -oaklug into the rugs of the carriage The wounded man was Eugene H Cowles of Cleveland, O, sou of the late Edwin H. Cowles of The I jeu* ter
The assailant was C. C. Hale of the
same city aud the woman was Cowles’ wife and Hale’s sister A few hurried words passed Mr Hale ordered the cabman to proceed to the general hospital The lady reentered and the carriage was directed there, a distance of half a mile.
A bystander hail telephoned for the am bu lance and met the party, but itsservi«-e# were not required.
Arriving at th# hospital, Dr. Kirkpat rick, the medical superintendent, had the wounded man conveyed to a private ward where Dr Fenwick, one of the attending physicians, was called There was a close examination, a hurried consultation aud the result was announced to an eager crowd There was no immediate danger The I ial I had entered the right side of the neck and after piercing the right jaw bone, emerged through the chrek on th# opposite side. When it betaine known that there was no immediate danger there wa* time to inquire into the facts.
The party with Sergeant Toye, who had accompanied them from the St Catherine street stat ion, where the-hoot. igoccurred, pi.*.*-.led to tile Central p ic** station. Sergeant Wa tao u was on duty aud he receive*! them. Mr. Hxb* briefly re-lat»*d the story of the shooting and gave him .-if upon the uarg# of shooting with intent to k ill.
towies ha* been endeavoring for some finn* to ,J.iaiu .in interview vviih his wife in relation to the settlement of money matters. Y e-terday the interview was effected. towies insisted that only hts wife shun! I i e pre-eitl, but her brother would u.*t c >:w*nt and ac .unpolled them in a cab for a drive in the Mountain park The ii.ti rvit-w wa# iii probes* when Cowles made a movement a# u to draw a revolver w lieu Hale anticipated him with the resit i* -toted
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New Polishing Irons,,*-!-net of .'t iroils!
l\«*w Mn,loran.linn Bo..Uh, for ,-„„b Children's Soc. tine la.-.-
......... 4 He
accoil ms, visits, ami notes.
Our new ( orw.-fs for! .' * 1 "" " ............
A S,»e,-ial drive in Lad!™’ full^. al, -ilk Mark \u^ Mitts, worth H5c., our juice only,
Latest shipment, a lot of LuW warranted far*
Mack Cotton Hos.-, superior quality.worth Ilk-, only *V Misses and Children's Lest fast Mack Cotton Hose, warranted absolutely stainless, double knee, only .ij„
Ladies’ 12)c. Balbriggan Hose, only.......... ......
Gentlemen’s Flannelette Shirts, all styles, 3.to' XJV Vie
I () I . , •' * V * I * I ta 9
4«5c. Hilt I 48c. each.
W indow Screens, only 25 and 'JHe. tiers for early delivery.
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ira*le Marks regi.n-rt-i All l^n ut humiM*## OOlxtik'Ksl for nost«-r.uit- ).«•*, luforuu4li..n Auvt«*«* Slid special referent-es sent on request.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Tt»e R ;»*'•* far th® Peuiiaafs in
RrotUe. hond. I rugue aud A
VMM-t *t ioa.
I be following fable* -how tar standing
of the elUie- in tin different league*.
ULA I kit- I HOTX
B*>-ton .................... 24
N**w York,...v............ 22
B.tM’Ki'n. ................. 23
PblLel I,.L»S............... IS
C Vu Uu I.......;.......... LY
Bitt *■ r* ................. I#
Buffalo .................... IO
RATION XL LE AO UK
Philadelphia ............. 24
('hi<-agu ............ .... 20
New Y'ork ................It
Boston............... ..... IS
Cleveland ................ Id
Pittsburg ................ 9
AMERICAN A -KNX' I ATKIN.
Roehewter ........... ..... 23
Louisville........... ..... 2U
Bt. Louis.................... SU
Columbus........... ..... 17
Hunday Association (lames.
ii; «i i« iiii.mi * sn"-™ ,,
Sodnnn for us. IVrv>m prc-lerred who tan furnish a bour anti give their whole lime lo the business. Spare moment- may l>e profit* ably employed also. A lew va*ancles in towns an.li.ties B. F. JOHNSON A CO., .a., Main NU, Ro MBon.l, Va,
st I Ii U | Will bu) 121.* I*..'e tri-et n eon
*• « * ' ' en Ie ii I s-Tis un hon <* ;i lot lies pfes-
-ea, coal aud w<ms| house, hand-oine veranda and vestibule, Itaek st<sip and storm house, ■C roe a doors aud windows, storm sashes and outside blinds; hand-otuely pa|M-n-d, newly painted inside and nut, water aud sink iii kiU'hen sud h-drant for lawn. Lot mi v psi new sidewalks, fruit ilk, a, garden and hot-l#*!. A bargain.
IIT ABT ID— vs Ii TI VI 'Iv
ff see lion, .sa la i'\ BTA to # !<#>. p. lo. all' re
present a saeces-ful N I i oinpaay ia**orps>r-ate*l to suppi) Dry t ltdiiiiig, .sh.ss,
Jewelry, et*-., to eon-unters at eons, Aku a L*dj of tact, Salary atli to enroll mens Is* r-ist),ISSI now enrolled, IKM),mw paid in.) Ile-fereo«-es evehaue*‘d. Empire < o-operative \-«o<-tat ion (credit well rated I Lock Ho K HIO, KF. rn •
There to buy
W4*f*J I j ll JT-|‘| )Mp».q
im iid latter j ti Her*
mud. hi a nj-roues
fill knit Is of
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(in.- ornamental plants, .-Mens ^•-raiieiiiiiH, toinat.H- anil cab ••age plants, than
V'ANUKIIMKt I.K.VS (IKKK.N UOl'HK CW K»k|(. ,(1.1 Sf*vi ,i£h St,
ROOMS TO RENT
In the Mer* hxnu Itank.Hudding. J Inquire of
tf Jacob Wirtuer or Frank May.
cods a|*d Carpets.
ADAM, MEliDBOM & ANOIHSOM
AR ERICA.# Hisn g
.i!'f»-4ui Main Street,
Oar motto None.* W»
in; *’Second to
** wish to he second non** in your bervie**.
We wish to
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0 0 0 9 0
0 0 0 0 0 Athletic# ».
At St. Loa last. Louis ............C J u I 0 I
Toledo...............0 0 0 1 11
Base bits -St. Louis Ii, Toledo 9.
Errurs St. Louis 9, Toledo 2.
Batterie# Ramsey aud Munyau and Earle; Cushman and Sage.
Rochester ...........0 0
Ktt-r hit- Rochester 7 Error*- Roche-ter ii, Athletics2.
Batterie# < althan and Mi Kcough: ami Robmsfin.
Loui-ville I 80000 0 010000 5
Co) nm bus I 00921001 A OO 5— lo
Base hits Louisville 8. Columbus 18.
Errors Louisville5, Columbus 4.
Batteries KL ret and Ryan; Gas! right and O'Connor.
At Br«*>klyn -
BrnoH’ a.............5 0 I I 0 0 0 I
Sjmrusr............I I 0 0 0 0 I 0
Ba-e hit- Brooklyn 12, Syracuse 7.
Errors Brooklyn 5, 8yracu.se 4.
Batteries — Daily and Toy; Casey O’Hourke.
59 East Third St.,
Has just rccfivud
QUAIS ANI nwms,__
Kqual tu any iii the city, and at prices that will pay you to st*♦* him Iwfoie purchasing.
Dupres* upou our out of town friend*, in view of the proposed changes in the ti riff aud the probable increase in the cost of nearly all kinds of dry !jor>d#, that the month of June will he [the month for them to shop. Urie**#
were never lower than they are at present in our store.
I» tl*c proposed tariff hill pa**ej,
prices must go up.
are offering gaio» in baleens and 'dimmer wash fabrics of all I he hulanee of of cloaks
splendid l»ar-ginghams ami kinds.
<dir spring stock are selling cheap.
We .mote tho following l>s.nins in underwear:
Gentlemen# blue mixed shirt, md drawers in medium weights, at 80c.
Gentlemen s Balbriggan underwear,
•><«’■ tier snit.
I- • I— 6
A RAILROAD CASHIER MISSING.
rn Disappear*) Upon the Arrival of the Auditor—Suicide Suspected.
Niagara Falls, June 9—James P O’Haire, cashier uf the N , L E. nn*l W rn 11 road at Su-pensiun Bridge, ha# t»eeii nu—mg siuce Thurxlay, and no one seems able to account for his mysterious disappear#!!*-#. On Thursday Auditor Smith of the road arrive*! lo check tip some record#, and while here started to check up the station also. At noon he stopped, expecting to continue after din aer O’Haire not putting in on appear an*'# by 2 o’clock he was sent for, but could not la* fat iud, nor ha# he since been beard from Various rumor# 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 causa of hi# disappearance may ba discovered.
Death Reprieved Him.
New York, June t.— A special to Th# World from i?itig Sing say*: Edward
Mulford. aged OS, sentenced to Sing Sing prison on a charge of assault committed at Patchogue, I, I , while being brought up to the prison by Sheriff Richard L Petty of Suffolk county, died from heart disease on tha cat# bat ween her# and Tarrytown.
We have the largest assortment of Patent Leather Shoes iii jilain amiligiit-colored tojts, ham! ami machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NKT-TLKTON’S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting ami stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS’ $:!.<><> Calf Shes' in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the mon*'}' that has ever l»een offered to any trade.
Come and examine them for yourself and lye convinced.
Gentlemen’# blue angola shirt# drawers at 25c. each, 40c. good#. Ladies Jersey vmg At* bl IOT I
vest* as low as 10c.
SULLIVAN & SON,
213 Centre Street
Ladies’ balbriggan vests with trimming, only I5c., worth 545e.
Good grade Jersey vest# at 25c. ,'each. White and block lisle thread Jersey Yeats ai 7.»c. each.
Silk vest*, all colors, 75c. each.
Linen price# will be considerably aff. vouced if the tariff is changed. Our prices are much below even current price#, and we are selling flue cloth#, napkins, D'Oyley*. towels, etc., at rare
New styles iu parasols.
New style) in gloves.
N» w styles in hosiery.
Headquarter# in Buffalo for‘Carpet# Bugs, Draping aud upholstering'fabrics
Adam Miw sail Anita,
IM-jOJ MAIS STH EET
HUFF ALO, N. Y.
Manufacturer and Importer,
•bs 304 MON HT., Herr AIA), is. I,
* locks, Hilrerirsr**, Leather Good*, etc.
KNOR A ft .VO, OOLIJ f SIL KKR PLA TIS
A CORI*LUTE MHR OW
:W4 MAIN ST KE KT,Go to Monroes for Curtains and Fixtures
»m laivip chimneys^
* f %0D GET THE WPONC SDBT ; THE RICHT ONES
CALLED PEARL TOP"0*1*
Milt alf 1; GEO. A. MACBETH I CO., PITTSBURGH. PA.