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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK N. Y THURSDAY, MAY 1, R HEP HE8ENTAT1VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK MKW UULINO AlACIIINR for ruhng all ol blanks in Mcchaninal Di'purtmcnt of f ornpHiu. 4 LEXANDEK'SCoal and Wowl A Central Avenue, oiipoette Nukcl Plate All gradca ol ami Soft Coal Lumber, Shingloa and I ath Free I liv lente for wLolesale lota R, UIKFOKD, J2a and 22T, Central Artistic riiulographer InBUtutanc ol Jtabies a specialty sitt netAl not wdit for except for till) !LS 1HNUKHV -JAMKH JKVIJVO, I'ri ii priutor, No Ib E Secwnd street nour Rul- Tuio blrccl, Dunkirk, N. Y. MngiuintB, Mu t o, bound in nil Ordcrt mnoprij to. All work guaranteed. CROCKEKV HOCSK, lout' C e unj retail denier in In porUd unil s, JH r tiny UTut Bearding in (onneftio V ii tor Ui'lcr. iift ftn 1 Lion fliioct i ITY BAKBICK SHOP v> ClUB Nagle, J'nM> under Lake Shore Ndtiotial Bunk, Ltutwr Third ulrcvU A lino k ol foreign and Oomestit, igaru U e ntcr bircet, liorao-glioern. I'rtitn.uUr uLl-inL to interfering horsja SUoeing of road a v u troUing horseo a epewalty XUNKIKK OIISICHX FK. I artfest Oaily ir the mmtv An advertising uitdium M.J frorirorl> Solluw Popple Manutactuiors ol Kngintb, i'lillojn, Shafting Hunkers, etc. I'attorne, k orgmgs, and Slachinu Work tounhir SU1KT CO., 2W, >tf> tnil Ceoter street, Manufacturers ol Uic "Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" iierJeti- llttuiK bbirta. On aalo in all leading iurnibbing, clothing and dry goods bouecB in lumkiik, F. Lion Btrctt. >caler in t lour, (eed, Baled Hay, t'hos- puates, ett. Katabliaheil, 1S77 O.1 t. RIK HOTEL and iMiilng Saloon, Union t% Depot fc.asy acceaa to all truina and bus- houses. Bust accommudationB lor Com- mercial Travelers John J Murphy, Prop 1  T. ROI.PU, M I) Phyeiciuu inej Snrgei.n Office over Drufr Store. Besielence, Central Arenue Telephone No. 9 Calls may be left at Lron't. pai., IH lo lw n inonstci aftuir fhe niiiuy iiiai buie spoken foi piuusm it will Hun out full quotnK, and it IH esti that no lem than SO.WW men will be In line '1 lie one siKuiflcnrtt feature of tlie purack is that it will in a inca-suie m- dlcute tlieextint of the eixlit hour agita- tion, for neailj til tho unions that will partiunittt uill be foiinil side of the men who a shorter Hoikmj? day A mounti i masi meeting mil held on the like front after the parade, w huh will be addressed by Judges Tuley, Altgchl, Tiitlull and CoiiKressman Fiauk laulu, Charles F Siphof the CiKarnaaVeiV union, and W Oliver Mce pnsidtnt of the Cdipentt is' council The liibor tumbles in Pat kin-town be gan ij by astnkc of tin lull foite of machinists mid in Aimmirs packing Tlic stukiis in a body to other king to men to joiu theiii in UiestnKt- but tin y met Wlthuosmcss Thevexiiut to their follow woikmen nt tlie othei phuis to join them Tin v demand the hour day and a small mciea.se ID s While Ihe rnolders as ft body m> in Tuvor ofushoit r woik day, they will take no uniti d ad ion on tlie subject Fad thtt ttlaiKi of nun aic tied up In mntiaits The men emplojcd n tin sin ps ol K 'I Cianc Co the men MI Ihe Malleable Iron woiks on Blue Inland avt. nui, dt mandtd (ight hours aud an idMiuie of K) pn cciit in w s It IH expirlid thai thin ixnuiplc will be 'ol Ion (d by HIP foiMs al Mi oimii k'i, rreli( h s ai sh s and other i xli 08- MK M d 1 I In minium i s chosen >y the nnllKil ami the IK w >ossts1 assoiintion nut ind annul upon he thud umpite Mt f oniicll, w ho nth Jiiil.'ts'lulM and the oomnntUH of six fiointln tion ill suile Ihe stnki b) ,11 bitiiitiun '1 hose .ftteu nth nun w ill meet attheGrand ilu 11 ib nnjin tonun tow and t is bi in u d til dull K nct-s ill in sneedllj rt t lid Ilu t iipcntu an pic at the and the aie that they au nsuine woik Mondaj on thtir ton i acts Cull MO, 1 an ihfoimnl toii- eience tin sliikiiiK upenters and the in Hossi s As-ona ion H to snliinit all pinntsof iitlt u uic to au ai oitiatiou lonunitlM and represenlat ni s of t.uh olg ueie Hinudiati Iy .ipponitt d to ai t I his a 'it c me nt, of ionise docs not unhide tin old Mustei (aipfnteis whose _iemlH is -.till lefuse tu tuat lar Klitnsas i uiiK'n aUhollgh on ueiled the oa> and other inipor taut deuntnds -ros M tv I Ihe tluee taipeiitirs' inious of lloslon laid n muss mtetiug lust ight fot liualadion on tlte sttlkiquis ion, and tin committtH on niliitiMtion aMiigupoiled the lailure of all thvu fforls, it w as unanimously that all men emploud bj lums nlucli  vli tuna m to day Pi l l SKI i M i) 1 I be COnh eil of the I i'dei it Ml Ordijuofrt ulto id 1' m plou s lu-hl u niuil HIM vf sti ulay and d aid which IM J4 cents an houi for day con- duitois and foi night, DJ cents an honi for day brakemcn and tints foi night brakenieii 1 his IH quite an ndiaiice foimerwacfes foi localiu Both sides look on t he settlement un a Mctorv 1'Hii May 1 a laige and ntliiisiastu meeting of union cnpf nters ast the iletermination to strike to iniif ss tlie inniase mwacres tiomiO o Ci u its an hour is gi intul was ie iflirmed Dni.oir, May Builders' Ex t llanse n fused the deni inds of tin carpcn- tots for an houi and ill cents an hour 3000 caipenteis will strike to-tlay Dunn %hnn May 1 tlie tonl loik labon is here went out on induced to go out agitators tiom West sujwnor Vbout JOO men on the Xoitliwcstirn dock went out without noticing the conipain of dissatis- faction and thev were, followed bv foit> others 'Ilie men (loiiiand 40 ten Is pei hour MR POWDERLY INTERVIEWED s tie llioroiigltl> In of (lift SH.OION I Criud Master Peiwileilv of the Knij-hts of I jiluii wasseeei al his heiinc hv a .til iv Tin m vvoikmali hael jnst irtnriiul finni Hullul) vvlme lieilind yone la .iid in adjusting luboi dltriieneis He vrwasVeil IIIH views loneei iiint; the laboi di moustiation in York md else wheMe lie at lirsf st tte-il th t hi hid iiiilliinj; lusav and lh.it all bin h mlmnm ion sh .nhl i ome fioin Mr dompeix piesi U nt of the Initialled of l.uboi, unelu aiispnes tin e'enionstration would ie he Ul Mi PoniU i h said that he would idelrev. a labor muting in Jeisn City Hiu evimuy; at bill: time he would an his ideas eoneeimns? this great deiuonstra- tiou W.iiiinni; up to his, subjee t, hu said that his position on this quistum wai. too well known to mid ev.pl inatiou lie hael 4lways favoieil au eixht houi law 'Ihe Knights of hail also mdoised it, adopting a pieamble favoiiug it at the general iwoemblj in he umlfi it, to-dnj 's demonstiatiou thtotmli out the country wa-s to couv iiu-c the publu that the labor element was rei'llv in favoi of shorter hours for the toileis It had hoeu allegeej by many that the eight hour movement was simply for effect, and tliat the workmen did not really favor it After denione'rution of to-day It w us to AREMUED THE RIGHT ONES UED RE Afll- TOP ARE Made only by GEO, A. MACBETH L CO., PITTSBURGH, PA, i ol tb kmd I'n ni ju m> nt lo sfMiie an eiftht hour is in i m trs.il out said Mr we me all H oiklng iteadily foi il U'lliim Hie 1 ist ILV, yeuis Huout thirty mdust t IPS iiojj'tjs labor have ailopled it, and shlI olheishave adoptid nine boui In S4IWC instanies woikmeu received but hours (omjiensatiou mid in others tin j got u-n hours' pay for homs uuik Other industnes pay then wmkmi-u (en hours' compenBatiou for nun luiiiis woi k Ilii plan which I Hcorameudcd to the fcncrul vv ts to reiliii_e the huurs .if luhi.r one half liour cacji jc-irtilluo IKIIII couiel be obtained with Tins hus bcc.ii udopteclliy ten Ilium Ju I iiidii Pacific Kailumd company and in tine i n vi In ii men will be vv Diking lienii daily I that AIIKIII in I id, i itioa Ijaboi concou truing itsill( as in of tlie lei' jii'-t nou and it they sticcwel it will be (xic it genii to laboi genei.illy The citipi ud is aiv tlic, largest cl isi of me ihliuli s uhuli have a me mbeislnp in the fi'clcnitiiin MicciKai inakeis aiealtivuly vioikiiie uu UK honi m lenst nil vvlin we ic luciiibcisof the Knights of Laboi aic' ivillsn e, included Mr Puvvderlj, "tli it tlm eight he, in law is tt most ught- e in vuu icuieuiber tluit a man can ilejini Ijct the houiscif K aud 12 in the inejic lubcii with the im pie limits ol tlie piosent than two men coiil I pi ilenin in two elajs of ICQ houis t- ic h n 'i t he niiph nieiits used foity jcars tin t-t nuih of tin inn Inline provided thisl I niiichinei v and it is uofc I Ih it lie h mid ueit slnilf Ms benefits llnuiiei UK snliuiiiiiril Ihe vvliolc pioblem will 1 01 11 when the labiuei shaips the piohts of hi ten] ha will be tLen li i liinise If he can laboi eight or li n liouis ,is In mav eh'Hiie ON DIAMOND AND RACE TRACK nits t itluj's Kusehnll Inif I AM-US' It LROISLVTIVK WOHK. MR ACKER'S BALLOT REFORM BILL PASSES THE ASSEMBLY Ma veil' Retitieiit an Innsll) tlon U.-l  1 I ii is I U in, in Mmiliv I IUP I Al I I, Miami li VL! ,i I o 0 II 0 Cl l) 0 0 U 0 in, n n iti 1 U 0 U (I u 1 4 H li II i, lunel I me inn Hi 0 1 i 's 1, v e laud I ne innad 1 Hutu ii He it 111 iiiiil i [dm Km I mM in I ill il II Miljimid e C) I i 0 (I 0 J 0 0 I ImiL f 0 II 0 0 (l Q HII-I h Is In K, r I1 llshuit' i H i l, H ami Seaiiill i and 1 6 0 1 1 Mill I Untie MS llii I VV 1 1 in I nipii 1 mi is Al Uu Binokhn H ist, n n 0 J (I 0 1 J Ills, lnls lii T B, stem I in i HIII ikhn 1 Biistein 8 7 Beetle I II I mill At Tie S PlMM is V VII HI V hi 111 Brcinkhli Tins, hits R, irki liiluu unil i I MiDcnnott .s I v nov fl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11. Biookhhl clilstci Bleiokljut Harr lend MC.IMUIC le 10060000 0 me use r, Atlilctiesb i Mill, lies i i und Hiinit- trie tn and 0 u (I I (I 1 II II I) 0 0 (I I mils 1 1 ulimihiisT 1 Ills I C IlllDl IIS 4 Mive-tts- and laih 1- 1 Eastern and TURF EVENTS I i ill I tturcs 1 The here iiiee, M ,lini m 1, Huste first, Speiulall sec Ihinl limp 1 (M sci ail in i 1 mil, KHIvvuncl Hist Joe Lee sw UK! Mint n Hussc.ll Mind time I Fin I en I4 i ,1 "VI me IIM He ate one PC Me Irs tlllicl, tlino 1 iBmilc hat ham first Felipse 'lD-som 11 lid time, 1 mile Sum Moisc fust, Loid bil JV thiiel lime 1 II lie A.lal Ilillig; tirst, T olfie Itllld, time ril'4 1', il ni I, 41 VT.ln.iMe. 1 I irst laie >esli relay, i 1 (o v e u tnst r ud hulk net e Ite Hind Mine I "I inul I'm t Ve in 1 i 11 1 1 li. links New I ll i i ml lol Ii shi 1i'ii Tim lltui.'j 'Bile ou Iti n I r I roiiith Vv Annu rtioun see einel Minitu tiiiu >0 I llth I I in le llappllll'S' -.t i nil i I) third tin Bulkier flist, iniaii Ih tin IS hi t itioiiulsec I time, 1 UIl  of e en i uplioii al the pulls uonld be ovei All 1 isb said the goveiuoi would not SIKH a thorough ballot lefoim bill so Urn Hepnlihe ins must auppl what the v i ould get 'llns bill piaelliillj ilmlisln d thn ofhuiillialh.it but vvl.in Ihe Hfpublie ,ins eleet .i Ihiv eaneaiiv the stin l eilli i U ballot Mi Hn 1-e.s suppnited tbe bill i ulj be cause lie uf fiilhniia stiHtl} olln nil billot Mr favored the bill lieintise.it proteetul the illiteiate veiter Air Ail el thought a bitter bill ou, lit lohavebien uassul but UH.I.S nietssii> Ifl lake what iiiiihl be Kot, ami this was ut le ast a bin step in aelv.ulie 1 lie I ill was oieleieel to thud itudlng anel at one'e prissiel-veas III mus u 'I lie neiat itieu bill tbe n eaine np Mi Ambus muviel thit Ihe bill be le eoiiiniilted lor ami uelme nt seiilut foui meetings of inspettois of in shall be held, the thud thirty befmeelee tlon ami al the lust meeting onlv thosi vv ho hav e in the be oeniie e ns sb ill lie letfisteied Mi A ml i us siippeiileel the iniindmiut Mr hlieihan declared it was m t m uh m good filth The Kepublii ins wen lueak mg laith in living to kill the lull he would not take Mr 4.mliu-'woid lor he knew Andrus 100 will Mi Fish suel he thought Mi sheehan eoi lei liu 1 aei use the llepiillKens ol bad faith in the niattei ot nluin 'Ilie Demo i UN b nl uevei imietul inv 1 ivv to pimlj tin ballot It would IK a ueiod lele i to give Ihe last meeting eif the beuiel ul lea.se ten dajs befote eleetions in e itie s Ml pioposeel his aim iiilnn ul be abandoned, except that in cine Ihe list meeting foi legist rat ion should ten dajs be foie ilie lion Mi risbsildhe would meke tendavs' Innll apply to the vv hole stale Mi sluehan thought the ol et of ihe amendiiiK was snuplj to thiiv tin bill baik into tin senate intl kill it indvvantid to kneivv win icgisti itiou should st >p tin befou eler lion Mr 1 ish saiel it vtasiu oulei thit tune miKht bt-Kiteii tin Hnj puuty Hie lolls Mi shieliin said he was afriiel this would woik haidslnp on funieis who should not In able to till the I'll be-f ii e elie tlon Mi 1 ish snel he appealed in j, md faith to the de itions ii >ui fstw or k ami Brooklvnto applj the law opt luting in these utie s to the whole state Mi Aiidins proposed tin bill In mom milted to lie amended the bill then to be the special order to daj to (paity veite) the bill was lecommitttd Mi Htisteil appointed as a lonli inn e commlttf e ou Mr F isse tt s l ipiel tiausit bill Missis Gibbs klniball Deekii d H Bush aud t'nunelly Tbe no vi ineir sent in u thi I ow n send bill annulling the ait nnoi pomtinn the Loan Ageney and Imaiantee eompauv The veto Whale VPI it, the objeet of tbe bill the result ol its enuct> mentwould be virtually the un i ipni ition of a trust eompaiu witli much wutei poweis t'l.in are given to siu h lonipiimos nnilei ge m i il Tin pio fessiil ts of the bill ean be obtainiil umler u neiieial lav Mi tried to tho iiiles suspendeil to pass Mr 13nkett s NI.VV ork and Bioo'vUu tunnel bill but faihel 'Ihe BI okstaver matter then e nut up Mi moved the ad ipti .a of the majoilt re i 011 of tbe indiei u e i.iiiittee exoneiilmj' Beokstavei hern uu eompllLiI v in the 1 laek eln oiei easy Mi Ae ker inoveel to suhstiiute the ini- noritj lepoi tiee oinniendintinnpeae huieiit Mr Hindeison, a ineniRei tlie com, imtlee for the uiajotitj icriejit He told at lem-th the storv of the cisi ludwo Hooks! n i liHtl iMiistil to si, u the rlei when Mi I lack s lawvn ap peai-efl ,01 Mi-s Mill, I his vv is not the; net of a torrupt inrtce or of ,1 onnspiiHlor, anil this fuel fullv evone rnleel him tienn the the fae t that .fnelj.e liookstav er signed the panels the dajs liter, whe-n the tune h.nl not reiillj.nl 1 tot MMViutthi summons was o i >t lo (he juelj.es eomiitmnof mind fteini liavinu lost a son tindi i the the iHplmielmh 1111 um--t tnees 1 In lavejei1 in the case tlien suppnsitl tu be peifeetlv honest mid reput it 1 uiel he look the wends of these nun )ust as juy othei man would That the was careless is tine, but he hael no motive lol wrongdoing There is no otlui e neol questionable eomlnet biouj ht i m--t him TheiljaiguS against him einnjibe sns tamed It would be1 unjust lo sublet tu an iiupeaehnient ttial a juek'r w ho lim hitherto beiine an unblemisliee' tion Mr Aeker, ehaniuan of the eoiumittee, spoke tor the repe it lie leaei opinions delivereel as to w hat ihijie ie h ble offeiiscsuie 1'he eMiienie, he u l shows that Bookstavei s eeuieluet the judieiary in the ami unp.uis the respect and Loufielence ut suitoi's anel neh eoneliu t has been elt-el tleel iinjieach able Mi Aeker eondemoed aud Ali Towue ilefendi'd Judge lieiukstaver s conduel Mi I S Tohnson favored the niinoiily report, aud Mr Whipple the mijoiit; ie poit Mi KlmeiVs Mt Vornon ujneml rneuts al o Mt Voruon publle works bill also m tl ind park Mi 1 n -.eU v am udrnHits bo seetion 14 ei inn n il me ul me eoeie tmriits mm be le ui d v (Inn live vonr1.) Mi 'i Ic s foi actions bv Ihe attoi nev ne i M mri snpeiinteiidfii ilnsl In md e asualt v Mi Kn li udson niovi'd to leimisnltr I hi voli bvwhi h hiu st ite lailroael bill wl losl This motion ieieive-el Mxleeu voles am was dec I ned lust thus killing the bill Mi Huliaiilson Kavo notice that he would move suspension of the inlesiuoi dei to levive Ihe bill Adjoumi el .In, It llnpper Kiiockeel Ont At i A i v a Maj 1 ligb with smell gloven took place here las in I union Opcui house bclvvoen Bill Mvei of 111 and Jack Hop pel of Ne >v the wilinci lo take 75 PU cent lipnige afted ns rcli in (.corge Nrilhridge WHS see I and heldie Mjei for his hiotlid Hill TheliKhl wusa tiinie anr iml w is ,1 u, st, nine Iv coiilinid to uixT blov s stx shiut iniinds w i ie [ought A them 1 ol lound Nrur ktiockie 1.......'i i tin e Inn a teriitie blow ant flomeel him He taili-d to comntolimi imitlic vv is avviudeei to M v i r Aboin IW men vveie piesent After further debate the motion tei sub stitute tin milieu it v leuoil was oTO The mtjority report foi was v BH then aelopted IN THK SFNAT1-. Ai May 1 these'ialejeHterday the meeting among passed vv ere of the convention and Vhe place Scrautou. Hitt'g, for thi ree medical examinen. Hi Nqt (uilltv Su i i Y Mav f The pnv it theen--e u! HinjimmNS Rosioe whobai bi'e n em In .1 ,uiee MomlHy Uu bubiM i nid a voi Ii 1 mil ,mlh d 111 IK link last nijtht ulin Ihm Ililll s clellb l.llloll Ml Kosine Is eltj lie e-uiii ami the e liaise him was Ihtl iliinni; Ins eanvnss feu the olluea vi n ai'o he m ule an ofte'i ot 001) to an ihleiniiii Im his vote in Ilie eoniinon eouue I 1 be-1 ouni il as Hepublioan by a m IMIM ol one anel Koseeii thtmgh a De men i at was eleeted ulii I7CK tlie Silvir Itlll W V.SHI leis M iv I Ralph Heanmont th mm in ni i In K ol I iilmi national ItLlslid e eelnmilJle lias adeliesse el a let (i'( u ii n in MiKiuUv iliuimaii ill hi h usi -ihii i UK us i iniiinitlee, in lib elili He i nhl jus of the iiius, i a silvii bill which e nt i K li illinli-i povvi ts em the pio Jioseei bullion sdvn iirtllliiles foi tilt nni post lei whiihtlii nitional banks ile- i tons, the in while i. h llnMaim us aim Im inissnieu of the loiinliy tin slim r.i. et rtnihui I'ire. si-oils Mu A speei.il to TIl- Inb m fieun M nielau N says The wen i ,n 101 siuun j, usswipt ihiougl; Ih. tn ib, i- v, iitiii ist ot town visleiday IM mi' eil eh ittvieioel h id aeeinnii I mil IU hiRh vvmd m uli a tit men Inns Im sotlle is' shai ks burned, but tl i is nn luss lo juo] i ily ex t "I limbi i hillielieels ot ai li ol wlnih an pi utu illj elistiovi'd 11. smriirs Hrs IMI NVII Ma> suviee lol I in Haves well he lei it tin. Ill b Klti i itliceli 1 yeMei I l) lij the i m en s He h I eoips ol the 1.1 ind if tin Pipiiblii At Ainij of tin He pi bin me e ling looms at Tiki s opeia P II Dnwliug ot roll do vu> lee led i >mm tmli i a majoi it of 48 Ilriiulli! KiMsniN V y Hunt, pistil, ol th pp irp and a pi imiiiu nl eitt nfr i i vnuinson the Hudson his sue! 'lenlv ills i iinej teifiithei with tiom -suixitr, ciuiirxi ol lovn fnu Is ,H 11m lebt t i li uc leist mom v in st, ek spie iilalle ns His bonelsini n will now m ike i Hen ts to hnd I im s. lieim Unit III I ill II i i Miv 1 meeting of 4 (JOO we ikiti-.li (ii lul 1 hue list to itc n I iv en ol an e houi day As 'ic in i Im-, iv isd speisuu, UK. ciovvdcanie mte i oil si i with the police iml in th uhtwl i h cisiind spvei il poisons were scveielv h it bv blows tiom tlie officcls bltclls THE MARKETS "New Monev >Ial ket N i vv OIIK, Maj 1 Mciniv elo-eil al 4 pei cent je sle idny, the; inli w in 4 pn tent, ihe Ulthesl mte il pi l nl ii tstteeilv pnstrd i tits 94 I i l i il i 4 foi WJdajs, ami !51 N I i I >i dimiiu I (nivi i MIIH ills ilusifl sttielv rmieiKj, Os, 1 K, bill l-Jhid 1'Mi n i ill linn Is elos, ,1 us follows I nion In is in, do uikmu tunilb 1 hlel C ,nti ,1s 1 II j, Kxe halite Niw ORK May 1 Fl.OI R sl'mlv jestcrdnv Fine erul, mtii 1 a, rto sprinjr slllell i- vvllltu, .'Kri.'-l (lu ii i ii N vvniiu do MM i UK l t MI i l vviui r do slum, (IH n II. ONllH, VKHtU Im VV, i I I, s I aetive tlllile Hill 1 Ullllj CM I Is >1 10 vr wuo moderately active md pn, is hit nig dm IIIK tlic jrreater pall i Ins ai'v i t'ff buhcl Sput closed simile No J reel vvlntoi at 9-l  a, ttve in 1 stMiny is spol clos, d stuwly sihs No L iit-41, Nn J elo 14efi 1C if N I BV, ili Me. No X 1 i' n uf elo Jum I I) l H VKI I v N, mnuil I i i MII l nenv iiiesd, I VI I' I 'seil Mev, X) lune-, llciii, HI f I I 'i vvestcm Liramei v isij i i HuMiH halt hi km tuns IlicSISi I-ii HI tie, loiy Neiv hod dil in vv In j WC.-II in flut ItrilO'iC I l I, III iil-sts, lllllll 1-1 1 'I Hud ilo Pinil.ltm Mai-ke-t. BUHAI o, May 1 Ininn No 1 hard, dfitijc. No 1 minium i, VViuKi No I vvliHi (U Ivo Mde (III linn No t do, J41 Kk.Ni No I do, OVIs j white No l do, 1 ji, No mixed, I v. i- ui dinuinei, No z Canada, >cMia (ilfeiux. No 3 regulai, in Y Dull Hoi H lum, Dining wheat, best pel bLI j, 'tl iillll audlowKrartp, HOO Win- It r wljiai I nt family, graham, fc4 r4l hiTTEIi Creamery do chom ITeelHc, Jo westiin fancy, fHThsl: tancy full cream per Ib, IIHQ Uc. i hotti (In, lOJjcailx.. gcxiddo, state and Ca.aada, strictly frwfe, orates, ISJegUMo; wosUra fraili. 12c. A SEKUi'E I'KNSION BUI IT PASSFS THE HOUSE BY A LARG MAJORITY Much OiinnNllloti by tlie n the Mclliuiln Adoplixl u Kxpuii to IIICM used >eiirly UtUf tl Beviiitie of Goveilnuent. WASIIIM, WN, May 1 the reaelln of tin jouinal the IIOIIHA pro ceeded to vote tipou the passage of the hi for Ihe elassilieation of worsted cloths a? woolui ilutlis The bill win ua navs 0 The speakei eounted quoi inn The text eif Ihe bill is us follows That the seeietary of the treasury be authoi and dneeteel to classify wouli n ilotlmUl inipmtsof worsted cloth wln'tliii itimwii iindtTthe nameofworN ilotb 01 nmiei the names of woisleds 01 otherwise Mi Mi Ivinlev, of Ohio, from the com tnittieem inks, tejioitwl a resolution pro vielinitfoi tluMiiunedlate consideration of the senate wrviee pension bill, to wlrH the Mouell semte pension hill maybe oieleieel us a substitute tbt) ple-v ions qnc8 tion to be eeinsideied ns oiilereel at o eloe k Mi Cm lisle protested the aelop tion ol a H'seilin ion ot this ehaiacter whii h look aw iy from the committee Ih whole of Ilie to consider monej bills ami loieul the house to a vote upon them aftei a bnel ilelutto The Oklahoma bill had been taken ou of the eomnuttee of the whole with th piiMoui qiustiou onlercd upon it The same hart bee n true of the great eourt bill If this wa.s not a confession that the new eoeleol inles hid failed to faeilitnta the business of Ihe house he did not under slaud its meaning [Applause on the He nine ratie side Mi Me Hinlt> aigued that the resoln lion was justilleil nuclei Ihe piesent cmli if M Us and bj the pieeedeiits set by the house ovei wlneli tlie gentleman froir Hi iittie kv (I'ailishs) presided The Hepub luansvv tnted teidothe public biiHiness 01 Un eountij What Ihe eoiinti) wantee was n nils, not ou the Kepiiblie.en siele 'Ihe Kseiliitioii was adeipled, anil Mr Fen nil of Kinsas took the Hour in ex il ilieinof his support of the bill He illlmt Ilimaetof jiiBtue hail loo IK postponed If the Koveinment were to int .1 erviee pension it should do vvilbeiut ili h> Mi odei eif Ohio spoke in favor of the pi usiein bill vtlueh bail lii'eii in :hnseelbv the tj A H anil othei vi-terai en u inns Mi I irsm v opposed the bill IH.CIIIISH it iliel m t dis iimmtte pioperlv solelii is whose i veil tljiee mouths and thoxe Mi .Saw vei of New Yolk aiiaiKiieil (he Dei me i die paity foi opposing pension Ml lieilh of Pennsjlv mm Mi Ken ol Iowa and Mi f n ol Ohio advo elted U e bill Mi (.111 vi nor of Ohio sud that under Ibis bill the ;iinsion expenditure would be UK n use il to Jl TO 000 annually 01 4 pei cent eif Ilie gieiss ineoine of thegovein mint Atle i nn extended debute, in whlih Mr Mi ol Illinois, Mr 'I inner of -----MIS, Mi 1'iikins of Kansas aud Mr f nte heem eif Mie hutaii jmil uipnlvil, the bill vv m oldi n d to a vole ant, n hm nl bj Mr Yoder foi a pei eliem pmsion bill was inh'd out in a point of older The rimeus amend mem leduoinuthe age limitation fioin .0 N) ve us was ayjiecd to The MOIIill bill was tlieu passed as a snhstitnle Icr the senate, 18't, lavs 71 All 'ID lei nimed to recommit the bill wKh uisti m dons to report a per lie in pension bill 48, nays (d 'I he w nate bill as amended by tbe sub stilnte is thm nays, ond pi uise The bill lie see ie t nv of the mteiioi toplaee on the tension mil the name of auj offieer or en isted man of W) years of age or over, or vho shall hi'ieaftei reach that age, who sem el ninetv elnvs or more in the army, n iv v in nmiiiie eorps of the United States lining the wai ot the rebellion, and hill have leeeived an honorable mine theiefrom, aud at the ate of JS a mouth All persons vho sei v eil ninety days or more in the nilitaiv 01 naval service ol the United >t itis diiiiug the late war, and who have leen hoiioiably discharged therefrom, and vho aie now or may hereafter be suffering lejin mental or physical disability, equiv- ih nt to the grade now established in tbe leiisinn ofllee for the rating of per uoulli shnll be placed upon the list of m- aliel ]ieiisioners of the Uniteii States at he nile of per month It also provides tu .1 nuisiim lo the widow of nny soldier the age ol 10, or when she shall be without othei ileans oi suppoit than her dally labor i'ht house then adjourned IN THfc SKNATK. WASHIM.TIIS, May 1 senate yes- ;eielav elise nssed fuithei the customs ad ninisliation bill Mi Dolph, fioin the committee on oieiKU leldiems, reported a concurrent esoliition rerjuestiug the president to ne- ilf vvilli tin governments of Oleat unel Me xie o with a view txl secur ng trail IPS fen I lie prci eution of entry into he TTmti'd st ites of C hmese from Canada nel Mixito anil he for its imme late eonsieleiation Mr IngalIs objected, owevei anil thi resolution went over nhl to-daj Tlie senate resume d consul- ir.t mo of t he eiistoms ulnimist i itive bill lieamenilineiil offeieel j-esteicliy by Mr lavves that in ea.ses 01 the nnpoital ion of ooks, penoilitalumseveral aits, lint one dee laratlon of entiy shall be equlliel vva.s aKreeel to The an i i' uent offered 'liiesdav by Mr Inuthut the geueial apprain i-swlioin m illj led on a IOHI shall be xeludi limn th bo.nil of thegeneial ap laise is lo vim h an appeal may be miule fasdise ussi el at tangth Mi Kv.uts aiKiied against the amend lent on the t'lemnd that a hearing before bo ml of users eoulel not be regard d as in am sense a All Vesl'h aineiiilnunt WOK eas, J) navs, and the lull laid aside Mi I'latt nFered a ivsolulion which was greed tei, for a coi rerl ion of the Okla oma b li b substitnhng the word "East" oithi-v, hi'West AfU-r a execu live sessiem the senate adjourned A spee-lal Telegraph Line. CHifAf.o May special committee of the Board of Trade hms reported recom- mending Immediate oonjtructlon at a telegraph to Bmr Tork for koart purpotea. Ladies' Cliamois Skin Gloves. Ladies' Silk Gloves, to 4.V'. Misses' Silk Gloves, 23o. First Quality Dress Shields, Fancy Ribbed Vests. and 19c Gold Paint, hill outfit, 1 Gentlemens'Finest Linen Handkerchiefs, 5c. Black and White Silk Fringe, per jaid, TSc. Heavy Silk Vandike Ti-iinnung, pei jard, 48o. Fancy Colors Ribbon, per yard, He. Hair Curlers, assorted styles, 10, 12, 23 aud 28c. Ladies' Sublime Quality Fancy Hose, 27c. Gentlemen's Fine Lisle Half Hose, 25c. Three-spring Coiled Wire Bustle, 15c. Two-spring Coiled Wire Bustle, lOe. The Mew Roil road Oo. Game of Nelly Bly Around (lie World, 3Hc. Popular Standard Novt Is, Se. Best China Silk, extra per jaid, OOe. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT S'sl, HllBlllllgton, II U c'lV lice I'atinu, Caveieta anel lie IwniieH HUIIU, I Iriiele MniliHiCjclutoieel All latent biibtm uonellM toil for lliuileiHti rien liilninuiu Aelv lee anil Bperinl nile re nee'n leenl nn reel en pill) to t, Terrcd who lanfurniRli a horse, and give ihtirwli ilc ime lo lliebiibincbs. Spare, innine.iiti.ina> he piolu ibly also A ftw .IIKICH In [ownv II. I' 4i c o 100.1 lU, Richmond, Va. -Iwc, iMiil.luiK leilB '.Oxtill on 1 I he III I-.. Illlll 1 I mil III Mi., Wnle lew Nceel tin exile rience AAI i SALESMEN Niitstrv iiie.1 Hot lie i.N 1 ROOMS TO RENT In tin Mcnluenls Hunk UmlilniK CARLSCHAUER I 159 East Third St., Has ]tiit re-rpm-d n full line ol Ovorcoats and Troaariags Equal to any in the city, and at pi-icvs that will pay jou to see him befoir- purchasing. OUR SPRING AND SLM- MEIl LINE OF M Ties ui Slis UAVH..'JUKM IN FAT ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH PANfY COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA THEH SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAH. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, BUFFALO, N. Y. We frequent rcqiiesta liy iiuiil for sainplcH of new t'inbioiiK'ries. Sucli requests we pleased to receive, bnt to ask for partic-ulars ind regard to the samples wanted. State whether edg- ings, insertions or flounoirigs, also what width aud some idea of tlwj prire. We have a stock of em- broideries that second to none in tlie country and su-" perior to any in Buffalo. The money value we offer U -niuply nnparalled. There are edgings from J of an inch to 18 lucnes wide in cambric, jaoonel, naiiiBookand Sw iss muslin. Matched sets iu different widtliH of etlgingand insertion on all desirable kinds of ma- terial. All-over embroideries in great variety. FJounciugs in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, lOc, 15cand c per yard. ABAM, MKi.tiKUM New goods for this season. ire coming in daily. The'; iimttliu underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By "complete" we mean they have all the new stales in this season's new the variety that the best purchasing facilities iu the country can bring gether. The Winter stocks are of- fering great bargains. There never was-ji time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Meldrum Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, AMERICAN BLOCK, X MAI If BUFFALO. N. Y C. C. PenfolcL Importer, DKALKll IN Diamonds, Watches and Jeweljy, Clcii Silvci vvuii, MntliiT boodj, etc. PtiilllA IIHLU f SIL VBR PLA TINQ. A COMPLBTK I.IBK HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STKKET, Oppottta Iroqnolfi Hotel RE WARD I WK will iho reward for any tl Liver Djnpepuia, Sick. Ilcud f or an not cure with Wt8t'n I.iverFilw, whrn the itirectione are strictly complied with. They arr Vegetable, and never fall to cutlfifiu'tion SiiKarCoattxl m.i.iiiiiK.i.cn. Bewaix. of rtf M, and Imitations The gcDUioo maap- Wliroii only hv JOHN C Sold iy I'HAKSKCV. D e kirk, H. T, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures! SPAPFRf   

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