Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 1, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

May 01, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol, xx. DUNKIRK N. Y , THURSDAY. MAY I, ISM. N<). hi;. B H FP H ES ENT A TI VE USINGS HOUSES LABOR’S FATEFUL DAY. THE GREAT tKaHT-HOUR STRIKE TO be GIN IN EARNEST. OF DUNKIRK I NKW KU LI NU MACHINE Or ruin* | Hi! kin is of l.lanks n tho late*! addition «* Au Imr****»i«»**    **•»rt*4# to I    In Ihl'u^u, ta ba Adtlrriiwd by Many I'lomiiitiit M*-»» — Iti.'ioii. PliiU<|«flphls uul t'liirr thin I<• Atli! 'I**«*!r Ij iuta of Str;k»*v -Ii Isr b* M'ltb **«»»«t»*rlir. Im* Mechanical Department of Dunkirk! Printing I nm pan v, CHllAtxJ, ,i.t. I. IrfiUii » <t>iiiBai holt- day will bv i*I«‘I*i*»UnI to^ity bv nrtrly (tvery tiwit: or^suiMitioii iii tho Hf y. The .    .    .. .    par.. ie    u»    I    tv    m    mmi-rer    affair. a LEX ANDRIC* Coal find Wood lard.    i, A On tm I Avast*. Opposite Nickel    Plate    |    I ut* litany thai haw spoken for places i» i>4|«i All grad** of liar.! aud    soft    Coal.    it will turn out full quota*, aud ii la eati- W«m4I laiinbe^Mh^nyies^ an* ^<!«„)<• iou    mated that no lean than Mf,(IOU men will toll et ted.    he lo lino. The one significant feature of I    the parade Is that it will in a measure in dicate the extent of the eight hour aeita- Hlt. iii PROKO, 2Al and til> Central Are , Aril* ti* Photographer. Instantaneous Photograph* of Bable* a specialty, sitter* (ion, for nearly ell tho unions that will •end not ua.t for sunshine except f*>i ^ |>nrtwill be found arrayed on Hie ual’tea    I    ,.    *    ..    ,    ^    M side of    the men    w ho    are    light mg    for a ooh    it! NORK! -.I am aa Imvino. I’r»    |    ^iiorter    working    day.    A    monster    ai aaa I arte tor, No. la E. second stroet. near J4uJ- I U.u Street. Dunkirk. N. Y. Mngii'inei. IT.i- I meeting will Im- held on the lake front nil ttylft. Orders after the parade, whit* ie. Pamphlet*, eu-.. I iou ad irs all sty' i.nwinils at tended u». All work guaranteed. Ii L IM It Kit s t KIM KKitY HOUSH, ,’tUH ( en ira I Avenue, Wi.oicaaie and retail dealer in Or porU-<» aud lorn* sit* China. *»ia»i»WHre, &«» / I ti At' IAI Of A IIOTKL, V/    Kates, fi »h t day. Idvary and Boarding Stable in eonneetum. Victor Hider, A'tft aud 337 liton street. I ITI HA Itll I 'It SHOP I ;    Chaa.    Nagle,    Prop., Under Lake shore National Bank, cornel Center anil Thirst street*. A line aUts k ol ion (git and Domestic cig ara. the parade, which will lie addressed I by iludgea Ttilejr, A It geld, 'Tnt hit I arni I Prendergaat, Congressman Frank Trawler, Charles F Siebof the Ciffarmakers’ union, I and VV. II, Oliver, vice president of the Caliente re’ council. The hdior troubles in Park in ct own la*-gait yesterday by a strike of the lull force of machinist* nnd gas litters in Armour’* packinghouse. IV strikers went in a body to of her packing bonnes to net men to join t hem in the strike, but they met w it h uo success, They ax ped to get their fellow workmen at the other places* to join them. They demand the eight hour day ami a small im tva.M- in wages. While flit* molders as a bode are in favor | ION KLIN A SON, V    •'kin    Center    hired. Practical liorfto-fhoera. Particular attention J    ,    ,    ...    . , lopd to interfering hora a. Shoeing of road ®f a shorter work day, they will take no ira trotting horse* a apee.ialtv.    I    united    action    on    the    subject,    owing    lo    the I ttiug hors*-* a specialty, INK I It K EVENING OIHKKVI K. largest Daily lr. the County. Au uneq UM I led advertising uiediuui. J fart that a largi* tiumte-r of their men are J De*I up liy contracts Th# men employed in tin* shops <n K I’. Crane & Co., the men rn the Malleable Iron works on Mine Island avenue, have demanded eight hours J ami un advance of IO {**r «*enf in wages, Dunkirk i.xuinkchisu tusi iM. ii t rip o I that their example sill he l-oru'ori) .sdlcw A P.*p»*ic._    I    followed by the fore***, at kl* ( ormick’s, French's car simps ami oilier extensive establishments. <’ll ic Alai, May I. The committee* ch often by the carpenters’ council ami the new Cromwell" and •'Dunkirk" mrfa l • Itbnf I bonws' association met ami agreed upon I>r**<* Shirt*. «in »al« in all leading furni*hing, I tit*- t bird umpire. Judge MrCoiitiell, aho .UN KI ltK KNGINKKIIISD t'tUIIMM'. HPB    k    orirenj    .-Millew A Popple, kl a ti ii fact ut ero of Engine*, Boilers, Pulley*, siiaftiag Hangers, etc, Pattern*. torging*. Cantings, ami Machine Work to ofii'T. I VIN Kl ICH NHI KT Of., /Hi, -*"& an < X I Center street, Manufacturer* of the Mottling ami dry good* boulle* rn Dunkirk. OR. TOOMEY, ,    4.'44 ulei 4.*k> Lion street, Dealer iii I lour, I-red, -•alt. Haled Hay, Phosphate*, etc.. K»taldi*hed, 1877. » KIK MOTEL an*! inning Saloon, Unum fi Depot. ka*v acc ch* to all trams ami bu»-incHfl house*. Bed accommodation* lur Com* nercial Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. I • Hi,RUN A Cm.. I’j    UT aul ‘.et K Thud st rec t. Rie Furniture, Ca bt aet Ware ami Up-aotateiiug. Picture Frames made to order. lf. M AYT KNM N A Cif., NII Central Ave,, I .OU' lei a of k althorn and Gentlemen oui Utter*. AKR LL NTL AM HEATING CM.. ii ii ann far lurer* of Steam ' Healing Apparatu* Savita it Plumbing a specialty. id OMR STRAM LADNIfeKV. Our *|K»ciaUie*:    Fine    Shirt*,    ii**;    Collar*. ic; Cuds, 4c, and Lace Cilium*. Free Delivery. A VV. Cumming*, iui Center street. -J It. OKUM, K Thir«l at., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boot* A Shoe* UfVKV W KILUK’* NKW MTO KR, IHI r. Third *L Books, Stationery, Musical In-*trument*,Alaga*me*,Daily aud Weekiv Paper* and every Un i g pertaining to a first cla*a Isiok ttore. Nctioo. bis>kit a »peeiait>._ JI oil PKINTI.NO of every <le*«riptiou aiel Mi lowest living rale* hy Dunkirk Printing Company, ft amt IO K. Second bt - H. AAN ll UKEN a SMN, Fire Lite, ll Accident and General Insuraoaa. Dealer* lu Heal testate and logans. Particular attention paul u* (lie care of mopertv collecting rent* Ac. ii lo Outer eL, 5nd floor. M MN KOKK PHARM AUY, ;KRi Centra! Avenue Ucaibiuaiterm for Wall Pajier Paint .Olla, Ac. J kP.KKINS, J. W., I    20» Center street, Mn un lac lurer aud dealer in Hat ne**. Sad lie*. I*ndIe*, t ollars. Trunk*,W hips, Itultalo Boite*, l<oi ne Cover* Cloves Mitten* and sleigh Holies. i I SCHOLTES, I ,    17 Ka*t Third (Met Fa.-hiouable Tailor, I ten tie men will And it to thru r advantage to call ob me liefore pureha*mg e!*cwlicre. Ip It. CAKY A CM., ,    SSS    Lion street. Ueneral 11 apt wait*. White Ia-ad.Oils.Painu-r’s Supplies, OII Cloths, (iran te W are. A »i»ecial tyjof sherwm William* Pa.ntantl Monroe range. t > I LI NO. such ti* blank-book*, ledger*, and It all kind* of blank* done at ifunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud lo IC. Secoud SC RI in ill’ll MOLlfRN ll AU KR, ,    Cor. Third and Buflal Nia,, Healer in Granite, Marble, < aggiug and Building Stone. Call on me U*fore buying your *) > lo-walk ll ISI.RY A CM.. 7 and M Kant Front street. Whisky, W lites, Iii audit**. Genera! Liquor store for Family ills. I y MUCK r « HAY, Lion street, near the depoC lUtanling, Sale, Fet**l and Livery suhle fttalthng by the 'lay or week on reasonable term*.    __ . *■ AM A- OI RRM RH. .s-i Centiat Ave. (Up O emirs), General Insurance aud Heal F-lalt agene »■ ire, Life, Accident, ami Live Stock Insurance. ITonipt auaabon giv.*n u» buying cid selling Heal K*t«l«. rp 4% .HIN FN, I    75 k. Tlurd *t., cor. Dear. Fxcelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt ami Smoked Meat*. Lard. sausage*. Oyster* an Poultry. VV J ATC HRS, JEWELRY, AC. •Buy the Aurora Railroad w a lek. impairing a •“JMsualty. (•'rank F. Stapf. SJI K. I hir-1 st. W I M. mirkkk, Merchant Tailor, MA Central Avenue PKOFRhSlOXAL. T. Hoi.PII, M. lf., Physician and Surgeon MIU ce over Lyi n’s Drug store. Residence,central Avenue Telephone No. 9. Call* may be left at Lvon’s. with Judges Tuley ami Driggs Mini the onmuiittoe of six from the orunni/ation w ill srit Ie the strike by arbitration. These fifteen K^nth-nieu w ill meet at tlitUrand I*a« Un dub room to-iuurrow morning, aud it is belies• dull di»Tt*i encen w ill la- njaaaiily settle«i The < at*|K*nters are pb a-ed at the prospect mid the Ih»-s«-s are glad that they «an resume work Monday un their ooii-t. rails. CHU MMI, .May I.—At an informal conference I*! ween committee* of the striking carpenter* and the new Hunks Asstaia-tioo, it wan ag iced to submit ail poniisof Ii ti elfins* to an ai nit ration isiininittee and re|ii*es«*uta! Ives of each orgaui/jit iou weif imuu*tiiat< Iv ap|M»inted lo act. I Iii*-agee*-urn ut, of course, docs not iucl tide the old Muster Carjteuters' aftMniation, whose aiemla-rs still refuse to tneat with the car peutcrs a* a i<ni>>u. al.buiigb Ibuviugt-on-oe<led the eight hour 4iay ami other iniftor-taut demands. Holton. May I Tl»e three carpenter*’ unions of Hilton la hi a mass meeUug last night for final action i*n tire strike question, ami tin* committee en nrlutrati«>n hav ing refeii tell the failure of all their effort*, it wa* unanimously voted that all men employ« d by firm* which have conceded tight hours go in work us usual today. hut that ail (hose employed by tire Master HiiiIdei s and Die Carpenter* arni Builders’ ass. *iat ions slum Id stay out It wa- stated a- probable tiint all non uuiou men won bl also ijuit woik. The men are confident < f success and may they will have tin* ai<I of lite American United Brother-h< nm I of Carpenter*, the Amalgamated Society of carpenters aud .luin**i* id tile World and tin* American PVsieraiioQ of |gil*>r A meeting of the *trtiter* will ba beld iii th** vt**u-naou tivslay. Pin-Pi H<», May I,—The supreme couto-ril i*f the Federated < >r4h-jc.**fltailrojMi Krn-ployc* lielit a linal meet I ng yesteniay and decidt*I to accept the prv>|>o*it ions the fitferent railroa«l companies centring in this city maile to their yard employe*, which is 24 cont* an hour for day conductor* aiid 25 for night, and lh cents an hour for day brakemen and IP <**111* for night brakemen. This is quite an advance river former wage* for this locality. Birth side* look on the settlement a* a victory. Philadelphia, May tc-^At a large ami ntliusiastic meeting of union carjienters .'ast night the determination to strike to-iay, un Ie** the increase in wages from JO <o35 coat* an hour is granted, wa* reaffirmed. Detroit, May I.—The Builder*’ Exchange refused the demands of tin-carpenter* for an eight-hour day ami At cent* an hour. About 2,(100 carpenter* will strike to-day. DrU'TH. Mini*., May I.—All the coal hick lalwirers hen* went out on strike yesterday. They' wen* induced to go out by Agitators from West Superior. About ‘JOO men on the Northwestern dock went out without notifying the company of dissatisfaction ami they were followed by forty tithers. The men demand 40 cent* per hour.    _ MR. POWDERLY INTERVIEWED. (Ie Nj*t 1 He i* Thoroughly lit Favor of tit* Fight-Hour Day, S 1* vv ion. Pa., May L—Grand Master Work ii 1 an Powderly «»f the Knight# of loD-or was sen at hts home by a n*jM*rter entity. Th** master workman bail just returned fnun Butlalo, where he Ii mi gone to aid in adjusting labor differences. Ile wa* asked Iii* views concerning the labor demonstration in N**w York and else where. He at first stat ell that lie had nothing to say aud that all aitch inform* iou sh mid come fn*m Mr. (i»»iiS‘M*rs. presi-lciit of the Federal ii *ti of I,ahor, umler * ho-e auspice* the demonstration would lie held. Mr. Powderly said that he would el-ires* a lals*r meet mg in Jersey City this eveuiug, at which time he would air bis idea* concerning this great demonstration. Warming up to his subject, he said that hi* position on this question was Us* wellknown to heed explanation lie had always favored au eight-hour law. The Knights of lather bail also iinlorsed it, adopting a preamble favoring it at the general assembly in Irtirt v* he under sUkmI it. to-day’s demonstration through out the country was to convince the public that the l.dior element was really in favor cif shorter hours for the toiler*. It hail t**»u alleged by many that the eight bour movement wa* simply for effect, and that che workmen did not really favor it After •he demoturtration at beday it wa* to ba lit) *»i th.* there will be no unu m charges of the kind. ‘Ti* * rn-jv -meat to secure aa eight hoar law i" iou rec.emal iju**,"-ai«l Mr. Paw dei iv 'm*«1 \vt- *re all working .steadily for it. Within th*- last few jeu;■* about thirty iiolu-i i*--. employ og lalnar have ad*.pled ii, aud sill! others have adopted the aute bour system, in wane iastance* workuiea reteivt-*! but eight bour*. com|«en*Atn>tj mid ia others they got u*a hour*' (ray for right hours’ v'ork. Other iadustrte* nay their w ork men ten hours’ rom(*en*atiou for iii ta* hours’ work. “Tin* plan which I recommended to the general assembly waa ta reduce the hours >f labor one half bour each year till an dght bour •*> stem could la* obtained w ith ten hour*’ pay. This has (tern adopt oil by the I ii ion I'ai-iflc Hailmad coni|*atiy ami u th re** veals their men will la* working sight hours    I U-lie\« that the American Federation af Igilsjr ia ismreu tratiug its el forts in favor of Hie earp*-n ti r> jn-t now, and if they succeed it will be a great gain to labor generally. Tile carpent* r* are the largest clo"--! of ma thani< xwhi* Ii have a metiiliership in Hie federation. Tile *:igar maker* arr already hoi kin*.', on tin* eight-hour system; at lead all who were members of the Knights of I bor are. ‘A oil will nv," concluded Mr. Powderly, “that this eight hour law is a most righteous ole*, when you remeiiilier that a man can pct form between the hour* of N ami 19 in the morning more labor with the implements o! the present tbau two men could (H-rfonn in two ilays of ten hours eH4di w ith tile implements used forty years a-rn. The getiiua of the mechanic i*rovi*led this laten- -aving mat hinery, ami it is not rig! I that he -.Ie rn hi u«»t share it* leuetita. H<*w ever, I In* sol ti I mn of the w hole pn>blem will c*»in*' when th** latener shares the protit* of Iii* toil, .Vs hi* will Ie thru wankiug tor himself, he i-an labor eight or ten hours as he may desire." MR LIT ISIAH) i: WOKK. ACKER’S BELLOT REFORM BILL PASSES THE ASSEMBLY. ON DIAMOND AND RACE TRACK. Result# of Yesterday *• Baseball <•.*■>>«* ami Turf Fvents. l*l.%V KH*’ UtAOTK. At 11*11.lelptiia- Pl.inel. , ) a......u    0    I    a    0    »    I    I    I*    • Ii* .i„„     g    I    ti    «    I    n    0    a    o    y bn se Lit    lid lad* 11 >1* its    ft, B**tou ll Kl-rat* Filii ole I |d) im t*, Boston V. Batter!* Butbiitoii aiel (’n*—; Kiim> aud Kelly. I in pie    F* rgu oft ami Hoit*ert. Af Bro*Aly ii Br**.k I> ti.............0    I    «    5    ti    0    I    .’I    CK-IO New York............0    I    I    0    0    a    0    I    2    -    5 Bm-* hi?- Brooklyn ll, New* York W. Le ch s Bro* kl., ii J, New York 4. haMei Van Hrtttr«n mu*I t'o**k: Kwtng nn*l K'viutr. I’miM**--At ( levi Cleveland < ’bn*Hgo.. Bas* hit F. rror- « o* tfiiey aud Barnes. ‘land ........0    0    I    I    3    ll    0    0    I OI I I 0 0 t 0 o - (Mevelaml IS, <’hi* ago 7. I ’leva land 4. < 'bicmu 4. (•I .i!»»1 a ml Biiunan; Dwyer aud non 01-5 Batten* Bm Ie. Umpires Knight and Join**. At Pit' - burg Pittsburg  f    0    it    :>    •„*    1    1 Buttal*      :t    »»    0    0    1    0    0 lt»s* lot l*i»i«hurwr I*. BulTnioa. F.rr**i - Pill sin,rg 1*. butb*l**4. ii.it!* ut Mai**) Hi**! I’armil; Ferx>u an*l Hack. Umpires Guiiniug aud Matthew*. N AT PINAL LE V*il k. At P!*i!,H'!* lpliia Philadel|»l*i)4  ii    0    I    ti    2    0    0    ti    ll-    3 New \*>tk    ,.n    :i    I)    (I    3    ’    0    I    (i    i lh e hi* I dlxrtelpbia ti. New York 14. Uh -11*11 lr* I. Ww Y*»rk tt. b it tern- .V itti* 1 on Hit*! (’lenient*; Welch M ti r 14, y. Umpire Lynch. At t U vt laml Clev«I.in*! .........*    0    ti    u    0    u    0    ii    0    0 ( rn iiimit- ____ I    0    0    2    V    0    ll    I    •    4 Base b,t t I* vt land J. Cincinnati 5. Emirs Cleveland 2, ('incinnAtl 1. Batter!*- fica tin and /.nuttier; [{hints an*) Harrington. Umpire .Mctyiaid. At (’hi* — Cid.  .........3    0    ti    0    J    W    0    I    •—    9 Pittsbui-g.............I    o    ti    fl    ti    a    u    0    cr—    I Base bit* filii ,l«ii *, Pill-burg 5. Frmr* Cbkagoti Pitteburn 4. Butt dis Huii Uiusoii and Kittre*lge; S biiiit an*l Wilton. I m pi re /.a* Imrias. At Bronk I vii Brookb a... ......0    20?00(»:4al-8 Ho-n-n..........ti    02«t» I do I a - 7 Pus hits Brooklyn I. Bo-ton LY Errors Brook tv n Sh Boston 7. Batteries Caruthers awl (’lark**; Tailor anil fhin/s ll. Uuij ir>- Pow* r*1 and Aft !H?rm*rtt. AWI 111- AN *K*)( I VTl*.*y. At It** be-ter H.*h. ster ...........5    «t*0«02UO-7 Brook I vti ..........Ct    0 0 0 It 0 0 0 0- 0 Base tilts H**chester ll. Br*»**klvh I Emir* Rochester I, Brnoklyn 4. Batteries Barr and McGuire: Toole and T*iy. Umpire—Ba rn ii rn. At S' rrtciis* . .8 fi fi « 0 I) It 0 1-10 . .0 0 fi 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 use 15, Athletic* 8. ft &, Athletics X. y and Briggs; Green and Syracuse...... Atli let ic ...... Base hits s Krr»r« Nj* 1, liiil terie* < 'a id JU Umpire Einvih, At St. favn is N* . m .    .    0    0 2 0 I 0 I 8 I- I ...••• 0 0 0 ll 0 I - I ba-* hi’- St. tem!* Ll, Columbus J. Errors St. Louis I, C**lumbu* 4. l‘»!t**ri**s Si iv ell* and Earle; Easton Mid OVoiumr. Umpire LH dun. TURF EVENTS. F I */abe til Rh*-e». Et 1/vin th, N. J., May I.-The ra **** here ye- 1 r lav r* sultcd as follow*: Firs! rtu e, "h tude: Ha-te fir*t, Spentlall ae*--«>mi, Pen«tn**e third; time. lag. Seven*! race. I mile: Kellw'«*o*l first. Joe Dr MM*onfi, Martin Russell third: time. Th ini ra< et, :ij mile: Ai'Miustoiie Hr*t, He nee-olid, Pericles third; time, 1:17*4. f ourth race, mile: Chatham first. E**lipse HS **0*I, Earl) Blossom third; tinu*, l.,tS*4* Fifth race. "h mile: Sam Morse first, laud V , ton sec* I*. Pi * -to) third; time, 1:1*4*. Sixth r«-e. ’*. mile: Alarming first, Iamb se*«*n<t, St. G*auge tbirri; time, .M*(. At Nash Ville. N vsitrn i e, May I. Eirwt ra«-e >ester*lay, Ii md* ; E ut to Seveu first. Fred Fink oec- «md, Pan (alette third; time. 1:J3*. S*-* «»i. I is* !*, I biri miles:    Buckler    first. New t .* th* s. cond, John Sherman thir*l; time, 1:40b* Thinl race,6;* rui’e: Ethel S fir f,National second, Burr Cooper th rd; time, 1X14*4- Fourth ra***-, v^ mile:    Ida I1* kw'ick flrrt, Annie Brown aecond, M«»uta Rosa third; (line, iW, Fifth ta. e, i mile:    Happlnees    ftr-t,    Hilila- garde second, I.txxie D. third; time, 1:17. Y'taree Hrottier* F:vt>illy Hurt. Canton, O., May I. -Tlirw limthera tm uteri Merrintn were fabilU, injurer I by tsing precipitated a r1i>tau**e «»f thirty fer*t by .*. foiling scuffolil. Harvey Merriam'!) back '* is broken. The tither two were internally Injured. Convention Hay Kirned. IiAKLi*t’.( t;*., Pa . May I —July *2 baa )mh*ii lixtsl by the Democratic state execu-tivt c*. rn in it tee «> the day for the meeting of the conv* utiou and the place Scranton. War or (4 rant** Beque*! Imr an Inrestlga (Ion Referred Ie* th* ( itIe* (*»*►*rn 111**•. •Iorig* ttoolkstarar 4 vuuei Jl*-d for Min Ad iou in (ba Har k Di one** Cairn ■ * i he Acker Ballot Mill Passed. Albany. May I.- The assembly v*-stcr-duy ufKiti motion of Mr She«*han p.iaae*! Mr. Acker'* ballot reform bill. This hill ! t** of much simpler charact* !-than Hie Saxton hill. No official ballot f* provided but •retrey «if vailing is M**»*im*'l l»y a provtsioa (hatgaill worker* shall keep U4> feet «lia-tftiit troui the poll* and that ell voters I shall go into bundu anil select thor 1 hat hits Mayor Grant’s letter was trad asking for an investigation of the charet > ma*la against him by Patrick M*(’unn. live matter wa* referred to the cities com-mlttee. After iriTNH Mr. Paxton’s ameinlerf Ital \ lot reform hill came up a* the *|tc< tai order. Mr. Sheehuu said thia wa* aeotu-proniiar bill accepted by tertli jiarties With its enactment, togei her with a g**n rral registration bill, lbs day of corruption al the polls would lie over. Mr. Fish said the governor would not sign a thorough ballot reform bill. -o the Republican* must a**ccpt what th«*> **ould get. This bill practically abolished tbs official ballot, l*ut when the Itepuldicanw ele«*t a go v*-rn or they eau carry through the strict official ballot. Mr Bridge* supjMU-ted the bill only la* cause lie *! ^paired of getting a strictly official ballot Mr. Sn I/cr favotmi the bill liecausc it protected the illiterate voter. Mr. Acker!bought a better bill ought to have tes*n passed, but it Wits lie* **ss.iry to take what could lo* got. and this was at leaat a Ion,; step iii advance. I The bill was ordered to third reading I aud at once passed yeas. HS; nays, 0. * The general registratiou hill then came I HP Mr Audru* tn**v«**l that the bill Is* re-i commit ted for amendment so that four meetings of ins|lectors of regist ration shall i la* lie!*!, the third thirty days liefore elec-| tion ami at th** h»st meeting only tints* 1 vv ho have in the ni^aptime become citizens i shall Is* regi-lere*l. Mr. Atulrtut aupported the amendnieut. Mr Sh«a-han d«*clare*l it wa- not made in j good faith. The Republicans were breaking faith in trying to kill the bill; he w'ould not take Mr. Andrus’ word f*»r he ' knew Andrus too well." Mr Fi-h said he thought Mr. Sheehan I cot: 1*1 haid'v accuse the Bepuhlicans of I bad faith in the matter of n-G'nii The Democrat* had never enacted any law to 1 purify tin* Im* I lot. It would Is* a good idea to give the last meeting of the board iii lease tell «lay* liefore election* in cities. Mr Andrite proposed his aniemlmeut Is* abandomal, except that in citi*** the last meeting for registration should te* ten days before election Mr. Fi*b said lie would make ten days’ 1 limit apply to the whole state Mr Sheehan tbought the ob'•*« t of the amending was simply to throw tilt* hill tiack into I Bt* senate and kill it arni wanted to know why regist ration should stop ten ! day* te-fwre election Mr. Fish said it was iu order that time might be given to scrutinise Ute list*; and : purify th** nills. Mr. Stwehan said he was afraid this I would work hantehip on farmers who should not te* able to register till the Friday Is-fore elec tion. Mr Ki"h said he Hpj*enle«i iii 1 ••*«! faith to the delegations from New York and Brooklyn to apply the law operating in these* cities to the whole state. Mr Andrus pro|*»se*l the bill is- recommitted to l*e amended, the hill then to Is* the special order to-day. Carried—65 to 50, (party vote* -and the bill was recommitted. Mr. ll listed ap|H>iiited as a conference committee on Mr. Faasett's rapid transit bill Messrs Gild*, Kimball, Decker, G H Bush and ('ounelly. The governor scut in a veto of th** Townsend Iii 11. amending the act incorporating the Cit ire tis’ Loan Agency ami Guarantee company. The veto says: Whatever is the object of the hill, the result of its enactment would be virtually the im or|K>ration of a trust company with much wide! powers than are given to such companies organi/aai under general laws. Th** professed oM***-t s of th** full can tor obtained umler a general law. Mr. Gretsinger trie*! to get the rules suspended to pass Mr. Uirkett's New York and Brooklyn tunnel bill, but failed The B< okstaver matter then came up. Mr. Green moved the adoption of the majority n j*ort of the judicialy committee exonerattug Judge B«*ok*tavei inf o any complicity in the Flack divorce casa. Mr. Acker moved to substitute the minority report recommending impea* bluetit. Mr. Henderson, a member of th** com* niittee. spoke for the majority report. He told at length the story of the case Judge Bookit a vol had rfifused tax sipn t he decree when Mr. Mouell, Flack’s lawyer, appeared tor Mrs. Flack. This whs not. the act of a corrupt judge or of a conspirator, and this fact fully exonerated him from the charge of guilty knowledge. 'I he fact that Judg* Bt okstaver signed the pa|**rs five days litter, when the time had not really arrived for serving the .summons, vv a* o. ing to the judges condition of mind from having lost a son limier the the most melancholy circumstance*. The lawyer: in the case were then supposed to lie |*erfectly honest, and reputable, and lie took the words **f tile*** men just a* any other man would. That the judge was careless is true, but ho had no motive for wrongdoing. There is no other case of questionable conduct brought against him. The charges ngaiitet him caunot la* sits tai ut** I It would te* iiujust to *ubj««-t to an impeachment trial a j rn Ive who has hitherto borne au unblemished imputation. Mr. Acker, chairman of the committee, spoke for the minority report, ii*-n ail opinions delivered as to w hat im|s-acbable offenses are The evi*lence, Im- sai !, show-that Bo*»k>taver's c«>i>duct degra*tes the judiciary in the pub!%*-*!«*« in an*! impairs the rcspeet and confidence «rt suitors, and such conduct has heeu declared im|M-acL able. Mr. Acker condemned and .Mr. Town* defended Judge Bookstaver’s conduct. Mr. I. S. Johnson favored the minority report, and Mr Whipple the majority re- I port. After further debate the motion to sub- ; st it Ute the minority report was lost—47 t o 70.    * The majority report for acquittal was was then a* I opted.    _ IN TUR NRN ATK. Albany, May I.- In t be senate yesterday among the hills passed were: Mr Hitt’s, for three medical examiners. Mr Rhodes’ Mf. Vernon charter amend meats, al'*o Mi Vernoa public works UH, ate** Van Corf land park vault* bill. Mr Ka -iett * amendments to "*a-tg>« 143 cri ’iii it a1 r*s *s|ure *-o«(e (ii, .ic! incuts must he found within five voars). Mr V\ hippie’s for actions by the attor-nev tin**t"»! and iltsuranca superintendent against life and casualty. Mr Richardson moved to reconsider the vote bv whit h his atate railroad hill was lost This motion received sixteen votes ami was declared lost, thus killing the bill. Mr. Richardson gave notice that he w*rtild wove suspension of the rules iu or der to revive the hill. Adjourned. •la* Ii Hopper Kuui'ktai Out. Ai ex \m bi a, Va., May I.—A prize fight with small gloves took place here last night in Lannon’• Opera house te*tween Billy Myer nf Streator, III., ami Jack Hopper of New York, tba winner to take 75 p*-r cent ut t he gate receipt* George Manta Acted HS referee. George Northridge wha second for Hop|ier and Eddie Myer for his brother Billy. The fight w as a tame one, and wa-almost entirely confined to body blow- Six short rounds were fought. At the etui of the six round Myer knocked Hopis r under th** chin a terrific blow and thawed bim, Ile failed to come to time and the ti. lit was awarded to Myer. About RIO sporting mea were present Hr. Re*«‘«»a Found Not Guilty. SYK ACI nk, N. Y., May I.—The jury iu the tv* se of Benjamin VV. Roscoe, who bas iic*‘ii *>u trial -inca Monday for attempted l»ril)i*ry. a greet I upon a verdict of not guilty at In oYlo* k last night, after three hours’ delite-ration. Mr. H*>s<‘fie is city ti*-a-urer, and the (‘burge against him wax that during ids canvass for tile office a year ago lie tn.’tde an offer of    to    an alderman for hi* vote rn tim common council, rhe council was Republican bys majority of on**, ami Rosets*, though a Democrat, was elected. ( rifle ix«*M the Silaer lit IL \V \>jii\or<>v, May I.—Ralph Beaumont, chairman of the Knights of I a* te »r national legislative (oui in it tee. has a*l»5re*>«al alef ter t«> f cictt "-man McKinley, chairtnau of t he ii mac -dvcr caucus committee, in w bidi be cm id-* * I be Rcptihlh ans of the htiu-e for -upportiitg a silver hill which conf**!*** legal tender powers *»ti the pro ji*»*-e<i bullion silv**r cert illest es for lite purpose for which the national bank** desire to Mw- them, while refusing the farmers amt bu-int*>s met* of the country the same privilege. Great Tiiul*er Fire. Minm \polis. May I. A *|s*cial to The Tribune from Mandan. N IE, says: The vv or < lire for sixteen years swept through the tiiiite*r> southeast of tow n yesterday. \ larg*- ann unt of driftwood had mrtimu lat**l and the high wind made a treinen dons fin*. A few sett!**»>’ shacks burned, but there is no great loss to projierty ex I ept «)t titula r, hundreds of a*’res of which ar* practically destroyed. VI t utorial Services lur Mr*. Hayes. Cincinnati, May I. Memorial services for 1,11«-\ \N d*b Hayes were beld at the Scottish Rite cathedral yesterday by the Woman’s Relief corps of the Grand Army of the Republic. At flu;Grand Army of the Hepoblh int * ting rooms ai Pik»-’s ojwra house Gen I* ll Dowling of Toledo was de* ted commander by a majority of 48. A Defaulter Hissing. Kin* "Ton. N. Y . May 1.—John A. Hunt, jttetice of the peace and a prominent citi /en of Uoeynians-oti the-1 Judson, has sml-lt lily disappeared together with from ss in** if, cfuiioo of town ftimls He is thought t*» have lost money in stock sjaa-illations Hi** Is>n4sint*u will now make efforts to hod him. serton* Rit*t a1 The Hague. Tm Ha*.ie, May I A meeting of 4,1(00 workingmen was held here hist night to agitate in favor of an eight hour day. As be im-»-( ing wa*dispersing t la*crowd came into cuUi-i.tfi with the |s*li*-e and iu the ii Kid vv hi* Ii ensued several |*ersons were severely hurt by blown from the officers’ batons THE MARKETS. New York Vfoj,#»y Market. NKW Yokk, May I. Money closed at 4 |>er cent. Jp'stcrtlay; the lowt -t rate was 4 per cent., the highest rat® ♦4 |a*r cent. Exchange closed steady; pstnl rates, 94 *01^6 4. ■>«; adod late* #(.S4lv" 4.s4-‘*4 for HO days, and $4.ft»'»!y ■ i.ysr’i for demand. G**\* rttin* ut- closed steady; c»irren«-y, ds, 1.1(4 bid; is coup., l.~.i bid; 41** «*oup., Lutts bid. Pacific re dread tetiels closed as follows: Union lir-t", I.I'F*. bld; do tinking funds, I.I-A4 bid; < Vat rats, 1.14■% bid. supeir 'J.Hi *• spring, for We New York Produce (exchange. New York, May I. FLOUR - Closed steady yesterday. Fine grade - w inter, $2.10 *2.50; do spring. $! HTdf.2.2&: is v* inter, 2.40-'2.7"*; do spring, $2.ii%£ ira No. 2 winter, $2.75^43.15; do spring, **>: extra No. I winter,    do LU*: city rn'ID extra, f4.4U*> 4.Mi t Indies. Southern flour closed active; trade and faultily ex ti a-, >,.10 4.Ha. WHEAT Option* were moderately active and prices were strong during the greater part. closing I Mf higlier. SjH*t lots *-losed strong Spot -alesttf No. 2 red winter at 97^ <0 flfic: Ko. 8 do,    ; ungraded red, TSfy-flstc; No. 2 r**l aimer May, 984^': do June, UO4C; July, t-:*:t*e; do Aug., fie. ('GBN Opt nuts were active and strong, closing "a ’ *4* higher. Spot lots cloned firm. Spot -ales of No. 2 mixed, 40P9R 41Bic; steamer mixed, 'tor; No. 2 mixed May, <W4%*; do June,    d*> July. 4*A^e. OATS ()j*tii>u* were fairly active and strong closing Vd*'V higher. S|s*t lotsclosid steady. Spot sale-of N«*. I white, HftJ-je; N»*. 2 do IMA 34* jc; No. I mixed, 35<*: No. 2 *!*», :44c; No. 2 mixtet Via -, :»t -yl *l*» JUD**, 3i(y'. RYE Dull. B (AKI.EN Nominal. 1*01! k Mi.let; new mesa, $14.(lr* 14 25. LARD t «*-*-.( Blay, #8. nr. June, fu.rtunc rt.(t2'.. BUTTER Steady* western creamery, 16-& Ift1^*-; * a-** rn extra, Lalf-fii kin tube, Itk^lHc. UH EE-K **‘iriu; factory New Y«*rk *-bed •far. new, lox In' « : western flat, HK' I'M p.-. Eggs <jni,*t; eastern finds, I2tti^l3c; western firsts, I2t)tftl5tf. Ii>sH ilo Provision Market. Bt: rrAlai. May I. WHEAT Firmer; No. I hard. Dfrtee; No. I northci ii. K*1    VV inter wheat— No. 2 red, K4c; No. I w hite, Hic; No. Swbit**, Wk-, CORN Firm; No.2 corn. Ate: No. 3d*», 34’*-:®, Ai**; No. 2 yellow. X**; No. 3 do, ST'^iTLp-. DA Ts Quiet; N<*. 2 white.    No. 3 do, HP4C; No. t mixed, ;«*&dl»l4C. BAHLE Y Fair demand; No. XUanada, (47<($ »><*; No. 3 extra, 64**/(*ic: No. 3 regular, UU^iiic. RYE Dull. ELOI H Firm; spring wheat, best pat/*nt, per bbl.. ( ).'<►■ *> !•»; and low grade, $3.*l). WTin-t* r wheat Is -t family, $4.75(?^*.2r*; graham, $4..r4i. hi TI'EH Creamery fancy, HQSOC; do choice, 17 -I lsc; *k* western fancy, 17«&18c. CHI- L>L Fancy full cream per lb., llVv^ 12c; < hoic« do. llfttyiGlc: good do, MHlUtfo. EGGS State and Canada, strictly freA, crates,    »ee»t*ra fresh. 12c. A SKH YD E PENSION BILL. IT PASHES THE HOUSE BY A LARGE MAJORITY. vt ii*4) Opposition by til® IG*hmm at* to th* Railroading Method* Adopted by the. Majority — I ha Pension Expenditure to It* I im* 1 eased ta Nearly Half the Bavenite of th® Government. Washington, May I —After the reeling of the journal vestertlay the holist pro-cee«ltei to vote upon the passage of the liiil for the classification of worsted clot ha as woolen clot hi. The hill waa passe*!—yeas, 13.4; nays, 0 The Hjieaker couutnd a quorum. The text of the bill is as follows: That tile* secretary of the treasury be authorized and di ive ted to classify as woolen cloths VII im port sot worsted cloths whether Ctiovvn under the name of worsted cloth or under the names of worsteds nr diagonal- or ot hervv i«*e Mr McKinley of Ohio, fnun the com niittee on rules, reloaded a resolution pn>-vi*iing for the immediate consideration of the senate service pension hill, to which the Morrell service peuaion bill may te* ordered us a substitute, the previous ques lion to te* considered as ordered at 4 o’cl* M'k, Mr (’arli-Ie protested against the adoption of a resolution of this character, which took away from the committee the whole of the right to consider money hills, and Toned th** house to a vote upon them after a brief debate. The Oklahoma hill had been taken out of the commit Mw of the whole with the previous quest iou ordered upon it. The same had been true of the great court bill. If tIii- was not a confession that the new ovale of rules had failed to facilitate the business of the bouse ba Hid not understand its meaning [Applause on the Democratic side.) Mr. McKinley argued that the resolution was justified under the present c*sle of rules and by the precedents set by the house over which the gentleman from Kentucky (Carlisle) presided. The Republicans wanted to do the public business of the country. What the country wanted was results, not sjas** h**.s.    (    Applause    on th** Republican si*b* J The rc-olution was adopted, ami Mr. Morrell of Kansas took the fi«s»r in ex phi it at ion of his support of the hill, lie said that this act of justice had I avn too long (Mist|a>ned. lf the government were to grant a service pension it should do it without delay. Mr Yoder of Ohio spoke in favor of the servile pension bill which hail teen in dorsal b\ the ii. A. R and other veteran organi/ati ions. Mr Tarsnev oppoaed the bill teeausM R did not «li- l iminate properly bel ween the soldiers who served three mouths aud thoac w ho serve*I t brough. Mr Sawyer of New York arraigned the Democrat ic part y for opposing {tension legislation. Mr Reilly of Pennsylv.inia. Mr Kerr of iowa aiel Mr. J. I). Taylor of Obi*) advocated the bill.    , Mr < J re? \: nor of Ohio said that under this bill the {lension expenditure would lie iu orca-ed to (T"*), OU MI Kl annually, or 47! |o*r <vnt *>f the gr«»ss income of the govern rnent. After an extended debate, in which Mr. Mr Spring* r of Illinois, Mr. Turner of Ka usa*, Mr iVrkina of Kausas aud Mr. f’ut*-benn of Michigan participated, the hill was ordered to a vote. An amendment by Mr. Y**d**r providing for a lier diem pension bill was ruled out on a point of order. The caucus amendment reducing the age limitation from 02 to UU years was agreed to. The Morrill bill was then passed as a substitute fcr the senate bill—yeas, IHM; na vs, 71. Yoder moved to recommit the bill instructions to rejiort back a per {•elision bill. Islet—yeas, 4H; nays. Mr wit b diem Bd The senate bill as amended by the substitute was then pasted —yeas, ITW; nays, To. I Loud applause ) The bill authorizes tile secretary of the interior to {dace on the I tension roll the name of any officer or en listed man of till years of age or over, or who -hall hereafter reach that age, who served ninety days or mon* iii the army, navy or marine corps of the United States during tile war of the rebellion, anti shall have received an honorable discharun therefrom, and at the rate of IN a month. All persons w ho served ninety days or more iu the military or naval service of the United St ates (luring the late wur, and who have I ie** ti honorably discharged therefrom, and tv ho are now or may hereafter la* suffering from mental or physical disability, equivalent to t lie grade now established lo the pension office for the rating of per month, -ball la* placed upon the list of invalid {H’nsioners of the United States at. the rate of E* {**r month. It also provides for a pension to the widow of any soldier when * he shall have arrived at the age ol 01), or when she shall be without otbei mean- til -upport than her daily labor. Tile house ibeu adjourned. IN THE SENATE;. Washington, May I.—The senate yesterday discussed further the customs ad ministration bill. Mr. ikdph, from the committee on foreign relations, r**|s»rted a concurrent resolut iou req nesting the president to negotiate with the governments of (treat Britain and Mexico with a view to securing treat ie- for the prevention of entry into the Unit***! States of Chinese from Cunada and Mexico, and be asked for its imuie diate eon-(deration. Mr. Ingalls objectod, however, aud the resolution went over until to-day. The senate resumed consideration of the customs administrative bill. The amendment offered yesterday by Mr. Dawes, that in < a.-**- of the importation of tesiks, magazines aud periodicals in several parts, but one declaration of entry shall be require*!, was agreed to. The mu:**: ’ lieut offered Tuesday by Mr. Vest provi ling that the general appraisers who or:-, foully acted on a case shall lie excluded fr *m th** iioard of the general appraisers to which an appeal may be made wa#discussed at length. Mr. Evarts argued against the amendment on the ground that a hearing before a teiard of appraise!* could not be regard ♦si a- in anc sense a judicial preceeding. Mr. Vest's amendment was rejected yeas, -JO; nays, 2D- and the bill laid aside. Mr I 'lot t offered a resolution which was agreed to, for a correct ion of the (Akia boma btl’, b sn)*tRuling the word “Kast” for th** w rd West.** After a brief executive se**-i*iii the senate adjourned A spi-lxl Telegraph Line. Cho ACO, May I.—A special committee of the Board of Trade has reported recommending the immediate construction af a telegraph line to Mew York for board purpose*. Ladies' ( Iiainoi* Skin (Jlovos. Doc. Ladies Silk Gloves, to 4He. Misses" Silk Gloves, 2He. First Quality Dress Shit Ids, loc. Ladies' Fancy Ilibhed Vests. 10c. and 19e. Gold Paint, full outfit, I V. Gentlemens1 Finest Linen llatidkereltiefs, 5c. Black and White Silk Fringe, per yard, 75c. Heavy Silk Vaudike Trimming, per yard, 4Hc. Fancy Dolors Velvet Ribbon, per yard, lie. Hair Curlers, assorted styles, IO, 12, 25 and 28c. Ladies' Sublime Quality Fancy Hose, 27c. Gentlemen5* Fine Lisle Half Hose, 25c. Three-spring Coiled Wire Bustle, 15c. Two spring Coiled Wire Bustle, loc. The New Poi I road Puzzle, 9c. Game of Nelly Bly Around the W orld, *!Hc. Popular Standard Novels, Sc. Best ( lima Silk, extra wide, per yard, 90c, ERIE STORE. SPACIAL A N N O U IN Cli NiENI OTODOAHT A UtPaU-ul \tt<>rii*-\ IIL". 7 C/HL, Washington, I) < ,«»pp I s. Patent < Buffalo, N. Y. We have frequent requests lice Patent*, Cav eatn ami He I aft tie* f«*cur«**1 i I...    I    t’......I    £ Trade Mark*registered    Mi Patent buttine-* j ’    111*111    IQI Samples OI HOW conducted for moderate Fees. Information, ..... I..,. I ...7 ..    c.. .1 Advice and ft)H*«*ial reft r<-nce* sent nu reqne-t em I M'oiuenes. Such ret [nests {KINI I. KXM    n^J    WLHb pl<‘as‘2 to rw*ive’ ,’"t •erred wlio can furnish a horse and give thru wind* im*- to the buftint»». Sjiarr inonrnu may he pi*>hi-ably enipkiyrd also. A few vacancies in towns and cities. B. E. JOHNSON A LO., moo Main St., Kuhnoml, Va. U'<»I{ ft VLK. - Tun huildinx h»l-. Mix Hit, on I Leopardntreet uchi fourth ti« «*i. inquire at 771 L. t oui th street. til A y r |A I or our Reliable N ur - rj WK fl Iq I I" lli., "n Ini '    i oui ” ■ *■^1111**1011. Write tor lenin*. Need no experience I. A. McOMBKU ACO. N ursery men, Koch*'*ler, N. X SALESMEN wei)eg to ask for particulars iiij regard to the sam pics wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or tiouncings, also what width and some idea of tin* price. We have a stock of em* broideries that is second to none in the country and superior to any iii Buffalo. DMM? TH    DC MT 1    value    we    offer    ii4 nUUmo IU    ntlM I U^v\} .mpuaiied ♦**• In Hie Merciianb Bank Building. JTnqinre.of lf    Jacob    XX    irtner    or    Frank    May. CARL SCHAUER d 159 East Third St., Has just received a full line of Overcoats md Trousering: Equal to any iii the city, and at prices that will pay you to st*(* him befoi <■* purchasing. I here are edgings from I of .•iii inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and ! Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing!-! iii the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, loc, 12ic, 15cand 25c per yard. AlUM, UKLtiKUM A* An DERMON. New goods for this season are coining in daily. The muslin 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 styles in this season’s new goods—jill the variety that the I>est purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. The Winter stocks are of-b ring great bargains. There never wtura time when you could trade here more advantageously. OUR SPRING ANI) SUMMER LINE OF Oxford Ties and flitters ll A YE. I Ii LM IN PA I ENT LEATHER ami BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAK. SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I B Centre Street, Adam, Meldrum & Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, li*M>li-|Xllll fttfttllHHTJ, A MF It IC AN BLOCK, VAIN ST It KET, _IIH    KAI.O.    N.    V. CT a Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, 3444 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. V. DK A I, ft. It IN I) iam Dials,    Watches and Jewelry, CliM-ki*, Hi I v*-i war®, Featlier Good*, **te. RN Ii RA VI NU, HUL I) .f SILVER PLA TINO. A COMPLETE LINK oft HOUDA Y GOODS :$G* MAIN HT UK JBT, Omosiit* Iroquoift Hotel $500 REWARD! WK will pay the ai>ov<* reward for any cains of Liver Complaint, Dy*pep*ia, Sksfc Headache, IrxlijfeMtion, I oust!nation or < ofttivenes* we < annot cure with Went’* VegeUtbfee laver Pi lift, when the direction* are atnctly complied with. They are purely Vex® ta hie, and never fail Ut KIM nttefuction. StixArCogttet. Larg»sisoxe*, i .nu, unix SO Pill*. 25 cent*. IkJwareof coun-!, rf* t*. and imitation*. Th® it*’nuine mjnu* f iciired only i*v JOHN C1 WES! A < O. 3okl by Moivko*’* Phahmacx. D I kirk, N Y,Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;