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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol- xxDUNKIRK N. Y THURSDAY. JUNK 12, I**). NO JOI B Ii EP H ES EST A TI VE USINESS HOUSES CONGkrXSIONAL NEWS. YESTFROAY'S proceedings IN THE SENATE ANO HOUSE. OF DUNKIRK. Alif IW Kl I OO HlrtW* for ruiin# •ii kl ates of blanks I* Ue (alert a.i«LU*** Ar Mcrtiaaicai Department ut ~    Dunk!    rk| Bn at. ne    onnpanT.ti 2E.K*ANDFK*S Coal BB.I W.**i < ••armi A »r« ne, o©©©M«i nicfesl ria* Mi Ail ATBAm Of limn! #»*1 SUN 'J*' W ai Lamber. Ski©*!©* •***_£•£■ . Frf i *Uv Comnipt»»AeBO« for wkutaaai* .un toilet 1*1. Ii CL WITKO KO. rn u<l i» 4 rut™. Arr 1^. Artiste' PbotufTapltefr. lustaalaaeou* n>olDfripiw of Balnea a specialty- sitter-•««<1 oui we. I for suitsb.ae except lot ta bt aa lioolt HI n it a k % -Jams# lavian, Pro § I urtetur, Nu. lA It. iut<I -arret. arar Bu? (Bio aU-erl, luius.rk. JI. I. ia<»iiurt, Mu •it*., Pa nip (**«-<#, i*u ., i*»uu*l ta aii rtvleft. »teller aruocpUy atle#*!**! Ut. Ail work *uaraat»«rt IKtHLK« « CUM AKRf MOI,AK, tar era(ral Aveaue. W uotreoie a ad retail ieaier ta 1. port*! aa ; HtatwLc ( Aiaa, tflaMWUt, A*-. tH It t IKJ! A HOTH, Bair a. Ii per .lay. Ll rarr aaa BoarOmg Ala bl* a co*arete** \ o’tor Utiirf, SU aa*! JST i.ioa street. R 0 i in HA KH AK SHOP V    (    baa.    Magic.    Pmp^ I a.ier Lake tkuft Nateooai Bank. ••***©*« Crater aaa Tbinl slreeto. A bur stuck ut fuuaa aa*! l>»a»e*te t igara. | (OdKLIM A (COM. .St* t ca brr Prado-*! Cttrw-tiitrn. Particular alteatioo <• to taler fen ag u»tar».    'titoriug of ntati A trottiug burse* a specialty. ll U NblRk IiV KM I ><« OB1KKVKH. I .ararat Dativ is Us County. Aa uu*quali#*t aUv«ru»iug india*. I | A N K I HK KNL*!* FERINO COMP AM ft I /    Z <iru*«»lv Alit* A Pit pp lr kl aa u fact arr ni of Engine*. Bigler*. Pullsy*. AAaltiag Ma ager#, ck. Patients, Purgings t.acteagrr. a a. I ll »• tune Work lu •artier. I kl NHI HK AU IMT LAA, JOB, IHM MHI JR I " earner strrrL Ma nu (ac Ut rani of Ut* ^Cromwell" aaa **l»uakirk” {lerfeot - Smug LtrwM Our vs. <>u aa in .a all lea*! mg furaisbing. clout.ag aaa ary guo*ls bounty ta Duuzirk. I a P TooMKft. lf,    *.W    au«l    LM    Lion    street. Dealer ta fU»ur. I era, aik Bai**! Hay. Pima-abate-**, rte*.. kjtabuabrl, UST! K lie pot. Ease acce** to aR trams aa* I nu* .USM u<tus*-*. Beat accum laotian* ms tor (.«»*-aerctai r ravelers. l.tba J. Murphy, Prop. ■ai ML. AKS A IO.. (Ti aaa * C. rn ira sirree h r eon b\ • nut Furniture, * abt un Ware aaa l> a.Hater!ag    Picture Frame* azotic to artier. .*• ti MATTESON At** MI leu tm. Ara, Loaders of Faabtoa aaa ncoiicuicn Outktter* AMMA J. AT KAM M KATI MU WI, ll aaa lecture rn af Steam Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a "pee.a.tv .4 UNK STCAX LAL.A URY. Our specialties Fine Abt ria, loc; Collars lr; cuffs, ic, aaa I-aer t .ria. us. A ree men* sry. A W. Cumuttugs, *#7 coater siren ti K. OKUM. K Tbtr*l ak, cor. of Buffalo Manuf M’lurer anti lea.cr ta Fme Boots A -'bona UMM Ml Wk I LE KS A KW ATOKE. |«R K Thin »L Hooka, itaUouerv, Musical Inst! u mea ta. Mag aa. ..aa. I un I v »uti *' .-ck!; Papers aaa evert tim g perm.mag to a Brat clans book •tore Achoo, Bouk* a apticiaiiy. OB PMI ATI-M4* of every tiescripteui ana al lowest luring rales by Dunkirk Priuuag ( oui pane, • aa*! lo IL second AL JU. % AA HIKES * AOM, Fire Lite. Accolent aaa (Jenera, lusuraaua. Ileal ars ta Beal Estate aaa Loans. Particular • lieu Lu us. I to ibr care of properly col lei tag rent.-* ate TIK Oater »L. rad Btatr. NI OS K* if A PM AKMAL lf, m Central Avenue Mea* 1.1 Harkers for Wail Paper Pa. at .Otis, Me. II K K Is I SA, J. W„ AM « euler streeL Kauu(acwirer aa.l Abater is tin ness, -aa...es. Bri4 lea. Collars, Trunks, Wk. pa, Boff a1** (Lama, Hire Co vers (stoves Mitteus aaa Sleigh Holies II Bt. HO I.. TKA. , s    IT Kart Fbi rd street, ksabittaable I a, mr. < re a Ur mr ii will Baa Itta their ml v»n tagc t*> call on me tadore par<'baatag else w bere I | H. LAKY A L LL. £ .    ca    Lion street teener*! Hardware, Whip? beati,*His,P».nter’-kupnitea, OU c iotlu. *»raa ie Ware. A special tv a Aberwiu W iliiaan Pa.ntau*i Monroe mage R I List*, sui a as blaak-books, ie*lgers. an«l ait kio<ia*»f blanks lo ac at Dunkirk PnaUag Co*panr, s and IU K. Ancona al KL DOLPH HOI.DO ti ll' EK. Cor. Tbinl a rot Buffalo sa. Dealer la Oraaite. Marble. E ag gin* your baa -a»*fcv-i raik R I ALKY rn lo.. 7 aaa ■* Boat Front * creel. Whisk*'. W ars. Bruna.es. ••**n*eral Liquor Abort* far Family C sa. KOMKHT H MAV. Lam street arar the Ie pot Boarding, sale. Feed sad Livery "table. Staining by tile lay or week os rvamicable icnma. C AH I .tirroKli JHI Central Ava. 0 stairs., ttcum. luau ranee aud Beal Es tau \0fut fire, LtJe, Accident, att.* Live *i.ck 1 us ama ce. Pruo.pl sttentioa givin to buy .ag and selling Krai aptate ii* L. ^LJAICA, I ,    7b IL. Tkird at. car fleer kacebuor M«ai Market. FrveA, Aalt aa* (motel Meal*. I ara, manage*, oyster aa Poultry Yy A TC MEA. J KWEI Kl. ML. ‘Buy Ute Aurora Matlroatl Watch. [ a specialty. I. IS k. I bird st be pa. rug a specialty. Frank r. "tapl. \\ “ HIK M KAL Merchant rail or. *1« ( entrai Avenue $500 REWARD! WI wilt pay the allose rewari for any -aa of Liver ( urn plat bl Dyspepsia, Aiek Hen. la* be Indigestma. * uosUpuuuti or * .sit. vc ness w* i .ut.ut .‘Ute a .th West * V •“getable Liver PUia when the dire.-u.ms are strictly complied wok The* are purely Yegetaba*. ami never Mil b give sa Cistae leu sugar ( on ie* I. Large bo aas ctmuuaing JU Pills. A <*eafs. Beware of -oun u.rfeils, and .un tat:.ma The re u tune ma nu tm-ared aal? by Jt*HN L W KAT A CLX Auld by MoHMoA'b PMaxa icy. D kirk, N. T lr. Fust is Delivers a Lengthy Id drees la the Adnate aa the MU rev MHI—The Conference It sport en the Meanie Dependent Pension Bill Passed by lbs WaAKTvi.Toq, June UL— In the honan vEAfeniav Mr Mills of Texas waa appoint sd a mem her of tbs co rn rn it tee on mien, md Mr T a ruer of (ieorgia a member of ck* committee oQ ways aud Beam to fill vacate* lea oct aaionml by the rnaiguatiuo of Mr Carl bde The conference report ob the senate de^ pen* ie ut peuAioo bill was p reseated the previous question ordered In expiates non of the report Mr Morrill ate ted that the conference committee had stricken out the dependent feature igf the senate bill md the service feature of the house bill. It wouki distribute 135.UUU DUO among the poor soldiers of the nation Mr Yoder of Ohio protested against the onferenew* report, holding that it ignored be demand of the soldier and buried in •he basement of the Capitol his petitions for a per diem rate of pension Protest* were also ai rn ie on similar grounds by Messrs Springer and Turner uid alter further dlacumtion the conference report waa abreed to. yeas. lift aa vs. M The following is the vote in detail Y«mm Messrs. Alderson. Anderson Kami. Arnold. Atkmaou (PBJ, Banks. Bart me. Bar-*ig, Ka cue. Be Ut ca. Berger. Bingham. Buoth-o*an. Bladen. Brlckner. Bookshir*. bn ai urn. Bro** ae .Va. i. Buc bari aa N J.I, Burrows. Burton. Butter worth. B> uuui. * amp bel I. < auuoa. 1 arter I a*well. ( It*.aaI*. 4 bcalham. <*idp-t (aa. ( lancer, ('lark Wls.,. CaggswelL. (oui loch, ( uuDell. ('albert<*oa Pa •. laslaeii. Dan I .ton. IX*Haven. Dolliver. Dorsey. Domicil, f.wmjrX. Farquhar. Finley, Fithian. Flick. Frank. Fuanfun. (tear. «iemewahalner. «»e**t. (afford. ilrMuksigc. Hail. Hate-*bough. Harmer Haogeu. Ha* ne*. Henderson illla.1. Heu-lerson Lai, Hermann Hill. Hut. H*ntk, Kelly, Kennedj Kerr la;. Kerr (Pal, Klaeey, lascay, LafoiieCe. Laid la *e. Laws, imbibe* h. Lind, laaige. Ms mb. Martin dad *. Mews. Mc-| * arr by. M« ( lei inn. Metoosaa. McCormick, Mi Du die. MchLmiay. Miiakia MortitL Moor* N. HI. .MorriU, Morrow. Mon*. M odd. u'Neaii ilua.l. (J’Natl Maea*. O'NeUl (Paa, Oatajrae. truth Waite. Owen I ml. a Owen* (0.i, Par ret t. Payne. Payson. PwaamgTon. Per-kiua Pickier. Pug«ley. Uumo, Rev. Kleliy. Hock well, Howell, “seaford. Sawyer A. uJL "hermaa. Shively, blmoml". Ami th iW Va. I, '*ui> cr. -'Qidrr. AtepLenwoa '•(♦‘•art (Vt!, Atm kLrtdge. wimble, Aweney, Taylor Tann I, Town-».-nd <( olo.i. Townsend (Pa-, Tracey, Turner Kau.!. Van*leveer. Van a* usa* k. Vaui. Wade. Walker .Mats*.J, Walhsce N. Ti, W stet,u. VA i« sham. Willlaiua 0 >. VV .name Ul».i. Wilson lay i. Wilson W'aaA-i. WnghL Yoder Total ILL Nays Mew*in*. Anderson. Mlsai, Hank head. Baruct*. Blanchard. Bland. Bnw kenruige Ark .J, Buchanan (Val. (aru th. < at* tim ga. Clarke (A tai, Cobh, Tow tea. Crisp. Culberson Tex.!. I (argan. Dibbler. Dockery, Elliott. Elia. EniiM. Forney, * rood night., (rn mea, Hatch. Hemiersun NC* Lane. Lanham. Lee, Lester ilia*. Lester (Va*, Mansur. Miiia Montgomery. Miottv Tex.!. Mat* bier. Norton, Data, O'Ferns! I. Perry. Ki< lianlmtn. H*>liertaoii. (towbuul. Slayers. MM^aer. .wprtnger, wtewart (Tex.). Atone (Eyj, Tar-aev r-liman. Tu* ksr. Turner ((Jai. Turner *N.Y.), VmahIe, Wheeler 'Alai, Wike, W^Atkinson Tote* TA. Mr Stewart of Vermont presented the .oufsrence report on the "enate ann trust bill He sai*l rhar the effect of the report was not. aa had bern snppoxed, to repeat the anti pooling provision of the inter date commerce law. The explanatory report ou the part of the house conferree* Mr Blaml disaeuting) says. In the original bill two things were de* tare*t illegal, vial Contracts in restraint of interstate trade or conimene and the monopolize (ion of am b trades Its only object waa .be •'antral cd trust*, so-called, so far aa fuch com bin d ion* in their relation to interstate trade are within reach of federal legislation The house amendment extends the "cope of the act to all agreements entered into for th* purchase or sale of comal •alines or in ths transportation of per •Kina or property withm the jurisdiction at congress It declares illegal any agreement for relief of the effects of com pet! (iou of the two industries in trail "porta (ion and talc of merchandise, however ex--endive or destructive ail* h competition may br The report by the conferrers is the 'rnate clause with the added proviso that the power of the -Mates over the «ub-jecte embraced In the act shall not be im paired thereby lf strikes from the house tmrndmenr the clause relating to con tracts for the purchase or sale of mer--baudtne and modides the transportation -•laiiwr by making unlawful ag rec me u ta which rn ive rates above what is just and reafwmabie Mr Anderaon of Kansas argued that the tali would virtually have the effect of nullifying the anti pooling feature of the mter-itate commerce law. The report went over without action. | end the ho aw ti 4 b adjourned IN THE AKN ATK. W ft<*Hi5uTo;t, June 1*2.— The senate yesterday paused senate bill extending the jurnMliitioa of the circuit and district courts to the great lakes and their cou-urctiug waters. Mr Morrill, from the committee on finance reported back favorably and with •undry amendmenta the house silver bill and gave notice that they would offer it aa a sn int it Ute for the seuate bill. The waste silver bill was then taken up and Mr Eustis addre<*aed the senate He onside red that the proposition for free mn age was simply an extension of the existing system of finance. The American people hail tried the experiment aud were satisfied with it and they demanded that the experiment be developed aud ex tended. He divided his consideration of the question into three period* - isTN. when the Bland bill waa pawned over the president's veto, the peritMl of the (lev eland ad rn. a in t rat iou which wa** openly and boldly in favor of the demonetization of silver, but •ch.' b met rhe opp* sit iou of it* own party iu congress, and that of the present ad mini**raD**n. which bad recommended the outline* of Mr Wmdom’s proposition, and ua*l given h «lf a promise that It would com in im lea ie fart aer with congress on the subject —a half promise which had not yet I wen fulfil*.-** He declared that executive obstructions had beeu overthrown by the popular will represented rn cougresa. Not a solitary senator had yet said one word in defe-uw of the hill prepared by the secretary of the treasury He criticised the views put forth by Mr Wiudom in au Interview and characterized as pre pow cerous and absurd Mr Windom » supposition that the balance of trade might be against the United Estates, In which case gold won Id he drawn from the country. Between I HTM and    the exports had ex rended the imports by about a billion of dollars. It waa therefore preposterous for say one to aaa ii me that in any one of the future immediate yearn, there conk! [vnes: rd v >4» a ”*( lr. ace n* * rater a .a •*•€ th* ( n*T* I a,,., •■*• He ce .Id emv imagine woe coe* ineency rn wt « h th# )-alsnee of trad# eon bi turn aga mar rhe United Staten I hat eonMmgeney waa that, by the pawning of high protective law*, this country was declaring industrial war agal ast England. France and <o*rmany and that th One countries might accept the chalieuge and way that if the American poller would be a policy of n m inter course they woald accept it and would tax A rn* rn nu cereals and cotton and beef In contd tiglon, Mr Eustis contr «ted the young Emperor of (Jermany ar i his vyna perky with the working ela-**.-# with the prenideuC of th* United >tste». wha, he said. was not aa accessible ta the Amar lean people as the (iermaa emperor had ahowu him-elf to hut people. Mr Turpie also spoke in favor of free cot nags The bill went over without action The bill prohibiting monopoly in trann porter ion of cat tie to foreign countries, which wa* debated Monday, was taken up and panned The senate joint resolution in regard U> the export trad* in cattle waa also passed It requests the president to negotiate with England for a removal of the pres**ut restriction* upon importation of American cattle The aeuafe bill providing for im»|ierrioo of live cattie and beef product* fur export wax *l*e pas wed It provide** for inspection Ag*i oat *11a1 ase A further conference on the pension ap prapnsti*>n lull wa* ordered After pass mg private pension hula the senate afters secret session adjourned the general pension bill. A GUO D-X ATC RED MOB. •UT FEARS ARE ENTERTAINED OF A LABOR RIOT IN COLUMBUS A i leu** to Fruvid* for Disabled Three Hon (ba VfttanM*. WisiUXjTiiX. June IX - The general pension bill sa agreed upon by the conferree* aud agreed to IC the house vestertiay, after providing for the pensioning of de pendent parent*, way* that all persons who served three months or morn in the military or un val service of the United |«stew during th* war of th* rebellion, and who have been honorably discharged therefrom, and who are now or who may hereafter tar suffering from a aleut a1 or physical disability of a permanent character, not the result of their own vicious habits, which incapacitates them franz the performance of manual labor in such a degree ae to render them unable to earn a * up port, "hall be placed upon the list of invalid pensioners of the United States and be eat itied to receive a peusioa not to exceed 112 per mouth and not lee* than kb per mouth proportioned to their inability to earn a support, -ach pension to con Unite duriug the exi-tenoe of *uch disability Hank in the service shall not be considered in appl tem iou* filed under this act. Provision is made for pensioning at the rate of Pi per month widow* of men who served ninety days without proving death the result ‘d army service, ami likewise < grail Dug a. a month to em: a child under Id yesn. »f age Ten dollar* if died aa a limit of Die lee to tie c tiaraed by age ut* in prvpagtng > a.«e* aider Thu act. There is no pow I .Ic way to e- . mile the cont of the im a The e**tim-»ie. rsiige from FXI,-(Juo.uuu * rear to ?1    *i-    ax? Mr Morrill in the house p»*.«-• t toe • •acuate at about •M,ouu.uuu. Hut it I- thought it will run up to at least ha* OUI) -Lo je firer year. WEST POINT GRADUATES. Clo«li»e Fvrreiae* at the Nfllltuv Aead-• *u > — * i oMulai uih ut L11*I*****aa. \k Ka * I'i.im. N Y., Juu*- 12.—Secretary of War Proct-jr arrived here yesterday morning and wa* greeted with a salute of seventeen guns a# a recognition of his rank He is a guest of Gen Wilson, the general superintendent. Yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock a review of rhe cadet corpn was given in honor of the arrival of the necretary of war. The cadets did Their prettiest to eclipse all previous records in the way of marching and going through the manual of arms. I awl night occurred the farewell hup to the graduate* in the Grant hall It was given by the entire corp* to the first class, and a** a grand affau Thi* morning at IU JU the graduating exercise* tool! place ou the lawn in front of the Ii brmry An add rem was delivered by Rev Edward Everett Hale of Bostonia behalf of the board of visitor*. Gen. ^ber man welcomed the boys into the army, and Secretary of War Fria-tor presented them with the diploma* entitling them to s position in Uncle ."am s army as second lieu tenants. Papa tar Lrapuhv la With the Street Car St rf bar*, sag tala** the Company Cease* ta Term* at Ones Sarto as Ka •alt* May Casus—Tho Chief af Pe lea Chesrsd by the Strlbars. Cincinnati. June Ii—A special from Columbus to Th# Tlmee-Star says: The Consolidated Street Railroad company yesterday morning made another attempt to run cars manned by oon union men. the city council having given them until laid evening to fulfill the obligation-* of their charter before the entering of suit to cancel the charter The company weured the promiw» of a uuinber of non union men whom they had cooped np in the cellar under their down town office* Y" ester lav morning a company of policemen escorted a number of these men to the Oak street stables, which are in a resident part of th# city, and where they thought there would be no interference from factory men The strikers themselves offered no resistance, oheving strictly the restraining order made by the court*, but the citizens turned out. men. women aud children going to their aid The sect iou is one of ttt* most highly respectable in the city, the stables being only half a square from aristocratic broad street, and the inhabitants being meetly business sud professional men A crowd of several hundred gathered and proceeded to obstruct the track* by piling up stones. Car No. M waa started out. but befur* it had guue three squares two nun union drivers had deserted to the strikers A real estate dealer named Kauffman unhitched the burse* from th# car and wa* arrested by order of Mayor Brock, who waa on the grouuds. and a boy wa* lucked up for piling stones on th* track The factory men had kept them selves informed, and at this juncture a tuasa of employes from the Ohio Buggy work*, the Scraper works, anti all the carpenter* ami brick maMon* employed ou neighboring building* marched up, swelling the crowd to 3,UUU Chief Murphy ordered the cars taken bach to the stables, and all the new em ployes. with but two or three exceptions, which included the now notorious Mitch til. went over in a body to the striker* Mitchell for protection wa* place*I in a mr shed and the police drew up in front if it to keep the crowd back. The mob waa good natured and contented itself with passing in front of the shed and hooting at Mitchell. After the men had passed in review the women folio wed their example amt hissed the fellow The crowd then drew up. gave three cheers for Chief Murphy and the Columbus police, and the factory men, brawny and bare armed started in a body toward Frank (In park and the extreme earn end -tables. It can lie "aal without exaggeration or 1 zennatiotialiara that. unless the street railroad company comes to term* at once j Columbus is on the eve of a labor riot. The entire sympathies of the community are with the *triker* and the factories ar* i all ready to shut down to aid them ie any attempt to gain their advance demanded.* The police are powerless before the great army of mechanic* who have taken up the causa of the street car men and only a strong military force could insure the running of the cars. None of th* officials put in an appear anc# at the street car headquarters Isnt night and nothing can be learned as to what will be dom* to-day The mayor has called a special committee of fifty citizens to meet to day to consider the brut plan of settling the »tnke GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. A Great Demonstration a* Mr. O'Brien . Marring*—^Other Hews. Lo*dos. June IX. —The scenes in ami about Brampton or rather ob the occasion of the marriage of Miss Sophia Kaffalo-viteb to William O Bnen yesterday were characterized throughout by evidences of Irish political enthusiasm. Impanel hie of conceal meat, and many of the levi lag Nationalist mr rn Liers uf parliament present were treated to somewhat noisy pr oofs of the pofMtUr esteem in which they are held. The church was filled to the extent of it* ca pm: it y. the guests including Her herr G lari stone, a large majority of th# Hamel lite members of parliament, many English member*, a nu ruler of prominent French resident* of Izxidon and a great gathering of ladies. The interior of the edith* wa* beautifully (itsorated with flowers, palrna. etc. Mr O'Brien wa* late in arriving and looked pale and worn a* he took his bride, who although she is commonly described as tall, lithe and beautiful, is really short, dark and undeniably homely Mr Dillon bore his part mo groomsman perfectly and contributed considerably to rh# smooth ness with which the affair was conducted. Three little girls acted a* mauls of honor Mr Famed looked ruddy and appeared to be in excelleut health aud spirit* A* he entered the church he was greeted with subdued applause The mas-, wk cele br af e« I with the accum paul meat of a full orchestra, producing a magnificent effect. Archbishop ('rake delivered * brief ad dress to the wedded pair, after which Mr and Mrs. U'Brieii belli an informal recep tion in the church. For a tune the crush wa* so great that it was impossible for an v one to leave the church. Outside rhe church a great crowd was assembled to greet rhe bride and groom A deus# mas* of people fitleil the streets for six blocks. while the windows were literally choked with humanity As the bride and groom left the church and entered their carriage a cheer went up which wa* passed along th# line and continued until the party were out of -dght. The prominent Irish member* were greeted m the -ame way a* they took their departure aud Mr Par ne! I and Mr Dillon were the recipients of a veritable ovation One lady in rhe crowd caused great amusement to the gathering and intense em barra--in cut to Mr Paroell by rushing up to the Irish leader, throwing her arms around his neck and kisnmg him with a smack that even the cheers could not drawn Mr Parnell blushed violently and the crowd laughed heartily At Srrehla. Saxony, yesterday, a boat containing a party of excursion int* wan cap-ized in the River Flhe. twelve of the occupants were drowned The others were ieee tied by boat* from the shore. The bricklayer* of Koenigsburg. Prussia, and the car]»enr**r* of M innhsim. Baden, are on strike for higher wage* and shorter hours. A TARGET FOR PARNELLITE ABUSE. THE ShMiTlXG WORLD. general news of interest from ALL QUARTERS. 0- 4 U- 9 anti CHEYENNES ON THE WAR PATH. % lee President Horton and Wilt st Vassar. Pi AN* HK CKP* CK, N. Y., June Ii—Vice President and Mrs Morton the chests *t the commencement exercise* at Vassar yesterday The exercises were held ta (he college chapel in the presence of dearly Lim* people The program con-sisfed un amir of r«M(» bv u-emia-r* of the graduating class, ami au M-htres* by President Val tor ou 'The Future of Womeu » College The baccalaureate degree waa coufriied upon forty six candidate*, th* diploma oi t ue sc Lu sd of music upou six candidate#, and rhe diploma of the school of painting upou two. The exercises at the college to-day will be of unusual interest, a* it im the twenty-A(th anniversary of the school. Killed By Natural Lia*. Pin>ll ia«. June Ii By aa explosion of natural gas which bad leaked into ths cellar IM Pike street. Allegheny, yesterday morning. Mr* Kipp, aimut TO year* old. and her granddaughter lizzie, aged iff, were so badly burned that they died. Mr*. Kipp aud the girt cutered the cellar and •truck a match to ligut a lamp, when the exploaiou threw Diem up the stair*. P«m»I ni asters No ai I ti at sd. Washington'. June ll — Th# prefddsnt yesterday se ut to the senate th# nomine tious of the following postmasters: New \ ork—G W Callow. Jamaica. C. W >charrf. ( anajohane, P P Conroy, Wet kins). Pen nay hisn ta—W. R. ('ole. Pottsville. Mr*. > G Gibson. Freeport. R. W Conrey. Milton Firing un Settlers and Making Othei Warlike Demotist ratios*. Hzlina Mont . June IX.—ThvChevenn# Indian# are on the war path Thee have left their regular camp# and are gathering m small camp# of from fifteen to twenty- I five in the tepees, and are firiug at settler * house# and making the must threatening demonstration# Ranchmen hwve been j bringing their fa rn lh*— into the settlement all day. Cattle are lasing shot down by the Indian# through pure malice, a# no part* of the animals are used for beef Eighteen cattle were shot in one bunch on Otter creek Governor Trail* yesterday morning received a dispatch signed bv prominent citizens of Miles City requesting that he send I,(XX) stand of arm# -md nm munition. In reply the arui# and ammunition were w*re    j sent forward Im**i night in charge of Col. I C. O. Curtis (»oe troop of cavairy and ; two of infantry have been sent. from Fort Keogh to the Cheyenne agency Mr. Ital four Thus < barse t* rises rhe Irish Secretaryship. London, June VS - Mr Balfour was entertained at a banq(let at St. James' hall last evening. In reply to a blast he mid the Irish secretaryship wa* a target for Parueilite abuse, but he bad been less abused than some of bis eminent predecessor* Mi re he thrown becoming stale. he said. the Pamellite# were running another horse called Tipperary. He •-omplained of the obstructions of the opposition rn parliament and regretted the degradation of the once great Literal party, which wa* being dragged at the heel* of the National mob The lesson would rome home to them a generation hence when they found the honor of the country in the custody of the Unionist part v alone. J. M Hey. in a n leech at the National Liberxl club last night, said that with the exception of Mr Chamberlain the men opposed to home rule were the same that opposed the extension of the franchise in ISB3    _ The Anti-Slavery L oaf#retie*. BlirnsFIJl. June IX. It i* expected that the American «le|c-i.'-»fe# to the antislavery (*oofei-ettce will receive final in •traction# from Washington on Friday and that the conference will adjourn sine die next week. Results ut the Lawmen in the Krather hiwO. National L-ague wad Aanertran A autist iou—Trotting Mace* at Minim " Lispp-r" t,arrbou Ha* a Marvelous f.M-aps tram Death. At Philadelphia— Philadelphia XU20UU23 2-11 New York .........« 2 I 0 I 0 I X U-S Base Ult* HG i lait el | Ina IL, New York IL Error* Philadelphia ti. New York 2. Batterie# >un. Ie rn « u»l Milligan; O'Day and Vaughn. Umpire* Knight aid Jon#*. At Bn nj* Ivn- Pl mo Xiv u    ........ 0    ti    ti    •    ti    I    ti    I    th    S Bunton    ........J    ti    I    ti    ti    *    ti    I    • -    S Bane un* Brusklya ti. Boston 7. Error, Brooklyn L Boston Y Batteries NisJrn md Kmiinv: Kilruy and Kelly. U rn pi rs#    Matthews    wad dunning At Pittsburg - Pitt-burg ‘ _____•    ti 0 2 ti ti ti ti 'bu ago .    .    '____2    ti    ti    ti    ti    I    ti    ti Base hits Pittsburg hi ('hleaco 7. Errors Pm,berg ?, (’hirago-V Batteries Staley and Quinn; King Ho> Ie. Umpire# Fenmwnn anti Hulbert. At Buffalo Ho (Tai *-( I* vs laud gam* pot puned. wet ground*. • trio* ti. i as ora. At Philadelphia — Philadelphia  0«llti21ZtiUtitiUl    ti New York ...... 2 ti I ti ti I ti 9 ti ti ti ti ti—    7 Base hit-. Philadelphia Uh New York IL Error# Plc.adelphia 4. New York 4. bpMr-ri*-- How man and (lament*. Burkett. Bm kiev and ('lark*. Umpire# Power* and /.ac hart a* At Brooklyn— Brooklyn.............0 titititititititi—    0 Bunton ..............0 3 ti ti ti ti ti ti ti-    3 Base tut# Brooklyn 7. Bunton 4. Error* Brooklyn L Boston 3. Batteries Terry and Btishong: (Jetzein and Bennett. Umpire M Quatd At ( iun anan — Cincinnati ................. 2    ti    I    I    I    ti -5 Pittsburg..     •    ti    ti    I    ti    t-t Base hits Ctacioiiati ti, Piitsburg A Frrar# fln-iaMtl S. BttolNiryl-Batterie* V ta a and Keenau: ♦ ray and WU- sui. Cm pm Mi lier mort At (Til* orc Ch temp*    - . .ti    ti    2    2    ti    ti    2    ti    I—    T Ch ♦•MU. I ..... ti    ti    ti    ti    (I    (I    I    0    ti    I Lu- • ir- Chicago MI, (’levelaml ti Errors (Yu -wo(*, Oevelaad L Bt. ted**# . , .Unit and Kittre«lg« W*|«-WOTth »»•) /im *ner. I lupine l.vnch. "e» i iti*I twine (hi-ajo..............ti    I    ti    ti    ti    ti    ti    ti    ti—    I ( lei. land    ..... ....ti    ti    S    ti    ti    ti    ti    ti    •—    3 Ha ♦* hit# 'hieago Y (’!eveiau<l ti. Err?>r- ( bu ago ('Ie . .-laud i. Batterie# Hut. hm.-#»n and hitfreilg#: Lincoln and Zimmer Umpire Lynch. A S RUIC AM At Loo?grille Louisa iii#    .. .ti Columbus......... ..ti Ra#- hit- Louisville 7. ('•.luuatxi Error* LuuisvdleU, L'lM nalMW X f-iaiteri*-* Kb ret aiel K> an; 1 m LTCuoaur. Cm ;-tzc Emidie. At SSL lami» *t. iaiuLs-Tuiedu [sine i. rain. At K.x Li-ti-r Ho* heater "vra* use p*efp*Husi ruin. NKW VOUK "TAT* I.IRgX At I oioe-kiil -Cobb skill L Albnuy 2. At Tray Tray L Utica \ A SS* m ■ I a ri«>*. ti ti ti 2 ti 2 ti ti t right anti game poet time JAMES BANNON’S CRIME. He Attempts to Ktil Iii* Lh lid. Failuic shoots His Brother-in-Law. New Yor#. June 12 wa# "hut a lid • st al <» sr yesterday too u . z f brother iii l.tw B..r.n less voting man. to -wpnrwte from -Lsiiiel McNtehol and#*! in Rruukiya sm** Hun note, bis ii. woo ie rn shift . et a,ade ai ruugemeuts Ii# 'vie, M Nk-hoUs M»- Refuse ta Lait*. New York. June Ii.—At the morning session of the Reformed Presbyter!*!! synod yesterday the report of the committee on uuiou favoring union with the other branches of the denomination was reject rd The vote was:    Aye*.    17;    noes.    I2ti: absent. 25. not voting. Ii. Carlisle's ((accessor Noasinated. Loc is vn. ut, June Ii. —A • pac tai to The! Kvemuk P»e*t from CArrolItoo. Ky., says: W W Di. ker*on «*f Grant county was nominated by Acclamation on ths JUT th ballot for congress to succeed John G. 1 Carlisle  _____ A Man Kl Heil by Lightning. Scrawtoh. Pa, June IX.—Morgan Lewis was killed aud four persous were injured by lightning near Olyphant yesterday aft# rn* ut ter md yesterday sftero Kin ile*l for bu I trunk. He a-k d Mae Iii.# ■* if# sud baby, i His wife came down stair# with the baby , iu her arm# As soon a* Ramson saw them he dress rn pistol iud aliet*,; (cd to shoot the I (aby. The cartridge -^napped. however, .in I inc pi#. <J ;..ih t u, u •#< L irge Young Mulched jai. I ped fos ward and at teuipt*-*l to (••.. toe w a, u franz hanu«»n. but the latu-r * .# mut U the stranger of the two md pu#be*l Mc.Mc hoi away from hun aud shut huu through the boily Kau uou was arrested. Workmen Injured by Lightning. Janfvtown. N Y . June 12. — A nnmlrr of work inca are employed on the driving park preparing it for the meeting this mouth The men Us>k refuge in a build mg on the ground* during the henry storm yesterday afternoon The building was struck by lightning, a large hole being turn in the roof uf the building aud four men being prast rat cd by the shock They were stunned aud linable to help them*elve«. They will all probably recover is a few days, but hail a vert narrow escape. The men are A. M. Trask. J I. ."Uiith. Charles Peterson and Charles Nelson The ft«v«run*Di Lush Rill Fustpoaad. ik a#mixoton, June IX.—In the senate yesterday an adverse report was made on Mr Stauford * bill fur government loans on lien* of real estate. The bill was in definitely postponed. Congress it, an Buutetle Kenoiu mated BanuoK. Me.. June ll - Hon C. A Boutell* was unanimously renominated for congress by the Fourth district Re pule asterdajf A Ba**, H sud Crushed bv Ice. Bt'FFAU). June Ii—A little boy named Cooley wa* playing with some companions yesterday morning around a loaded ice wagon when a hmze piece of ice weigh tug about fifty i*Mind.# fell off the wagon onto the boy's hand, crushing It badly He wha taken to hi* home ami attended by Dr Sheehan, who ha* hopes of saving the hand though the injuries are very severe.    __ Arrested aa Accessories to Murder. San Francisco, June 12. —Secretary Jamison of the Goldeu Gate Athletic club. Trutting at kl rn ira. El ITRA, J ;ne IX. — When the •**■ -oud day's races of th*- Maple Avenue At til. tic association were called yesterday, pleasant weather prevailed, but hard shower* soon -•et in and continued to ma more or less all the afternoon, and the hist heat* of the 2:.Y4 race were trotted in a sea of mud Summaries 2:21 class, purse #4(X). divided lleorge O...,. ....... Aeleta.  ................... Eclipse .....    ...I Cleon.    ,,,....... „ Time. iifTVg.    J:3i. 2 TR class, purse BUU, divide*!: Ladv Pat* Lieu ........I    I    2 Isy I’. Se  .......2    2    I Prince RjrsdVk   JI    3    3 Time. .--.14. :L 5H.    TA, 2:JA 2 LOH Unfinished, owing to darknesa. ...I I 1 ..A 3 2 4 4 .A 2 3 k 3 X * 1 • 3 2 1 1 Morris Park Rare* New Yore, June ll.- The races here yesterday resulted a* follow* First race. % mile: Miss Ransom Unit, Fairview >nd, Blythe third, time. 1:14. Second race. the Rancho del Paso handicap; I I lh intIe*: Prim*! Royal first, Pelham second. Prather third, time, I 44-*; (beating the record>. Third nae, Bay Chester stake#, for 9-year olds. I mile Adamants first. Granite second. Gloaming and CLaremlon dead heat for thin! place; time, L43. Fourth nu*. Schuyler stakes; I mile: Seymour first, Bravo second. Flitter third. Frank June*, a director of the club, Jo* ti Bae. IAI Bower*, Tim McGrath, and John Joel I. j Fifth ra***. I S-lfi mile#; Raceland walked wh«i seconded the contestant* in the fight uv,*r betweeu Harry McBride ami Frank La I    X mile Monmouth first Rue, which re#ulte*i in the death of Mc Brule, were arrested yesterday a* accew •one* to murder - Sixth St, Valentine time. 1.27. mile; se*-oud. Raymond third. Rn rn**d to the WAter’s Edge. New York, June IX.—The steamship Hondo of the Honduras company wa# burned to the wafer’s edge and sank in the ami at the Atlantic dock. Brooklyn, last night. The fire wa* started by the explosion of a lamp in the engine room. I sm* on vessel ami cargo about fSOtXA) are the Races at Az. Loa la St Loll*. June 12 — Following result* of yesterday'* race#: First race, I I Id miles:    Marie K first. Niua Archer second. Ratalpa third: time. I 53. Second race, I mile:    Red Leaf first, Harry Ireland second. Billy Gilmore third; j time. I 44V Third race, the Elwood Pere he ran stake#. I ^ mile* 4„„>d Bye first, .Vieret ta age-' (MMI, Carter B third time, 2-24V stat* Officers to b* Nominated. ST. Joseph, Mo., June IT— The Demo- Fourth race, \ mile:    Blae* Knight, c-ratic state convention convened in this first. Doug Knapp second. Plunger, third: city yesterday. The offi«-er# to lie no nil time I ;U7‘-I. □ated are: Judge of supreme court, rail- Fifth race. IA mile*; Glo* kn*-r first, road commissioner and superintendent of Hypocrite second, Rhody Pringle third. public school*.    time, 2(X1 * _  I    -_ Mr. ( level«t»«L Rents a Hotel.    ••Snapper**    harrison’*    Narrow    Far    ape. Sandwi* H. Ma## . June 12 —It is under -Vew YoKK, Jane 1*2—^* knapper ■» liar stood that ex President Cleveland, with ri*on had a marvelous recap# from death Joe Jefferson, the actor, and a few other gentlemen, have rented the Hotel Atta-quain at Mashpee, for the last week in Jaiy. CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES. yesterday at Morris Park rac* track He had the mount ou D T Pul*ifer'# Brother Ban in the second race. and in com mg down th* stretch the horse dropped dead. probably from over exertion. Garrison wa* thrown to the ground but beyond a few bruise# waa uninjured. Luckily ( hair Factory Barnet!. Pi>rt.hkfpepsiR, N. Y , June 12.—F Chester Mc Co.’s chair factory in this city Brother Ban wa* in the rear when the waa bu rue*! yesterday    I .olm. *25 UUU: in •rn ranee tm, tx ai ideut ©- curred. Had he beeu up with the bunch Garrison would probably have been trampled to death. Fsar H«imired Winer# striae. SCRANTON, Pa.. June 12. —Four hundred men at Marsh wood colliery have struck on account of di*AuXi»factioa with the mine docking bo**. South Dakota I >em.erratic too vent tow. St Pall, Mina., June UL—The South Dak<ita state Democratic convention opened yesterday. Col. William Ahea/e of Watertown waa chosen temporary chairman. i Preparing for n L o I lege New Linlxjx. Coon , June TX.- IL* first college bant race can the Theme* conn© will lie rowed Tora lay. June 24, between Columbia, ( orneil an*! the Pennsylvania freshmen The C* J nm bias have Ijeen here t week in active pi act ice and are the only crew here yet The others named, also Yale and Harvard will tai bere bv Saturday. $8.75 Ab Best silk plash, handsomely upholstered Baby C'arriag^^ with heavy lined satin parasol and standard. Star j^ear NpriruF, the finest in the market, worth #12 and #1 I, for #8.75 and    Spacial    price. GIRLS PATENT. SOFT SPRING TRICYCLES ONLY $6,95 $8.75 $9.75 ERIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT VV vv zgenti* Bm |m»v. ,#i*ii.t» vtork * until tree. Sit evperieuce nee.I*-1. J. Kl'i.lO WmitsEV, .stir *rrv man, R.* healer, N. I ’ I »»I»I > A R I Al 1 1 I* »I*- ii I \ I. re , - •.. Ii W uhinriiio, U ( , "Ml* I * talent OI lice, rate*ut#, ( ave«u* au<I IP- Inn** s*** iir***l S '•lent ot- Traile Mark# registered All I’atenl hUNinem C(H)ducle*l fur moderate Zee#, InTorm.tU ii. Adrue aud <*pe* tai referen*-**# sent ua request. a IHI ta 4c"3'7|l till A MONTH «an be made 44 W Ik    WOfkin<ii>r U9 PrrM.i.* tar terr rd who < an turned) a kur#e anti give t heir wtiulr WW to the business. Sparr oosrnisiBjy be protii-ably employed also. A lew vacancies in towns ami cute*. B. F. JOHNSON A CO,, iou* Main Sc, Mu iimund. Va. J* I ||u | Will buy MJP Dove *tr»*et « c**n IT * , i"l!' veuieut *-(*•« un k*Htu«; chg he# presses. *-*>*1 aud w«Mid liuuse, bandi**un*- veranda ami vestibule, I tack stoop and sturm-buitne, screen .hwrs ami windows, storm nudie# md outside blin*!#; ban«l#*iiuely pa|M-r> d, newly painted 1 nsule and .nit, water amt sink in kit* hen ami ti dr*at for lawn. Iud ('si*inn, aew sidewalks, fruit tree*, garden and bot (ted A lair gam. ROOMS TO RENT In lite M> reliant* Hank Building. Inquire of Lf    Jacob^Wirtner or Frank May. Then* is IlO ti* buy RoSl*S, w pppiug-roHt*H, Wttnr 1 (I hob Stall i-n .ill kinds of Hue ornamental plants, coleus gL*rain*ums, tonnitoe and cab-I>age plants, than VANDERMEULEN*** GRUEN HO (JBK Cor. Kagle amt .S^yenili Sr#. GARL SCHAUER P^Y ^(00D3 Af4D CaF^PET^. ADIB, IKJ®)! S ANDERSON AMKKK VS HTdH K Main Str*-**t, Buffalo, ...    . N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our mi >! to is:    *\Sei.*on«| to None. ** We wiali to lie deeontl to doue in your #ervice. Try us and see. s 59 East Third St., Ha* just received a full line Pl of J -Tsscwr. rn mm E(jual to tkuy in the city, and it prices that will pay you to see him l**foi * purchasing. We have the largest asnort-meut of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewe< I. We carr}' a complete line of N FT TLETON’S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS’ $3.<h) Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever l»een offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and lie convinced. We wish to im press upon oar out of town friends, rn view of the proposed changes in the tariff and the probable increase in the cost of nearly aii kinds of dry snoods, that the moo th of June will be 'th* month for them to shop.    Prices were never lower than they are at preterit iii our store. If tin prices must go up. proposed tariff bill passes. spieudid barging tiara* and and 10c. tat*© We are offering gain* in sateen* and summer wash fabric* of all kinds. The balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen * blue mixed nhirt© and drawers in medium weight#, a! f*4Jc par suit. Gentlemen s Balbriggan underwear, 'dfc per ziiit. Gentlemen’s blue angola shirts drawers at J.V. each, -toe. good*. Ladies Jersey Vesta ax low an each. Ladies’ balbriggan vesta with trimming, ooly IV., worth 25c. Good grade Jersey vesui at 25c. each. White sud black lisle thread Jersey vests ai TV. each Silk vests, all colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably advanced if the tariff Is changed. Our price# are much below even current price#, and we are selling fine cloth#, napkins. D oyleys. towel*, etc., al rare bargain#    - New styles in parasols. New styles in gloves. New styles in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for {Carpet*, Rugs. Draping and uphoisteriog^faarica. Adj ital and A AMERI! AN BLOCK, MAIS STH KET. BUFFALO N Y. c c. Sen fold Manufacturer and Importer, JAL MAIN ST., Birr ALL!, M. ¥. 0. DKA I.EK IN Diamonds,    W    atchr# and Jewelry, Cluck*, tiiJverxrare, Leaner Bnefez, *tc. KSU R A VINO, HOLD J SIL VBR PLA TtJf A COMPLETE LINK OF SULLIVAN & SON 213 Centre Street :{B4 .YI \ I N STKKKT, BUFFALO, N YGlo to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures ;