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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York B VOL. XX. KEP RESENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK. N. Y, TUESDAY. APRIL I. IWW. NO. lo (MOVISIONS OF THE REPUBLICAN TARIFF BILL. OF DUNKIRK \WK.W RULING MACH INK f<»r nil.rn; , all kinOb of hunks is the Ulot audition •« ta Mechanical Department of Ditnkirk|PriiiUng|< ompanv. special announcement I Tilk NKW SCH EDI LE. \'OW IS th*' tim** for prutuing your Ired*, awl MKiii it *,M U* time for lls.nsr your iranh us, larks ami lawns. IA*t it tie done lit ane\|ter-i raced gardener, and then call for \ and*-r-meu• en Brother's, corner Eagle an't 'seventh I Next month we re! tire ll nest am! rarest rose* in* hundred* varieties from Holland. N ee weening rose for funeral plan ami manx new shrubs and tre**«. Order some of them which we w ill sell »*o eheap that you must boy some of I them. STODDART A < <1., Patent Atlerwri tlft "th i ^ St., Washington, I* C’., opp. C N. Patent Of* Hee Patens, Carrat* and Re Issues secured. Trade Mark# registered. All Patent business condoned for moderate Fees. Information, Advice and special reference* tent on request. I i.»"«ANpr.K«<:.»i ....I    OO-.;.;    .    Nill    I-    '.**•    :    /    ,    .    ,■    ,    . o>'’V/ir'i anV-'H       '•    ■'    :•    -    "■    *•*' A MONTH can be made f-Ld* Lniiibr, him., .re and In    t ■ST   deuce for * lo,cab '*• -    '    ,    .TiHs'J'iN    \    O    -    \U    •    •' W*1*1*___ I St,, Richmond, Va. a ic ill VKI titl i and    ( cntral    Av*    I    NJR s ALE — A    t act of land in Marion coon* I Ar'"- “h!*"    I'■■■.•• I ' O    »    IU" |.h.«|.h.te l-lt. I ■ n,    KIHM*M11 \    Kilt'*!    or small .piMtiti I* s p. .int purchasers This Mil not trill for s*. -» * no/ I* -■. - a    .    v    .:    mn    .    a    I,    - MKI not    wait    tor aunsnine es. ^    Lr pan of Urn tate, un U a ml holds ar** .    _________ I built • mi r dreads project***!. A g?#*! money |», rn king investment. Charles Maim, Elm a OOH 1)1 NO I. KY J a Mr.* Ikvimj,    *    Pji rk    lbs    I.....tar.    N. V. I prietor, No. 1*> E. !>**< • oi l    nln-nt. neat    ii* do aired. Dunkirk, N. I    Ma. i/ .i * ,    Mi c, Pamphleta,etc., bound in all style# «*t Ie* romplly attende*! to All work go ti ut* ft eta: HF. IPN (HIH KICKY HOI HF, >    JOH Central Avenue. Wholesale an*! retail dealer in la ,airted an*! omoatic China. Glassware, A<-. Ut Al TAI *Jt A HOILI, j    Rates. II jut «lay. I.ivory an<l Hon.fling Htnblc in connect!*** Victor Rider, SJT* and ST* Lion birt el. 11TV DA KH Lit SHOP j    dias. Nagle, Prop,, % odor Lake Shore National Bank, corm rater aud Third streets. A tint* stock <* '.reign anil Domestic ' igar*. i *v 'jj^Uf 111 On t. IliPTS s>v*vp •rn h it si -i • .•eft, ii >1 ti" to mn rn * a m o, sgfli Ai F. it. Crouch. ion Unuxl bt. New I orb ROOMS TO RENT! In the Merchants Dank I) ti tiding. I IKJ nile of tf    Jacob    Wirt    mr    or    Frank    May. it IN HI,IN A NON. I    JU"*    *    enter street. Practical tiorse-ahoeia. Particular atteotiou id* to interfering horse#. Rh* wing of run .» trotting horses a specialty. k VU KIU It BN IN <* OM ti' I WL largest Daily In ii * « '•»•*’ ty. An unequalled advertising medium. . FN L I HK ENGINEERING CHI'H’ANl f    Ft*ra»*erl>    Nell*    w    A    Bop    air. iauufactureiv of fcng*ora, HmkT*. I ulh*>r lifting Hangers, etc. Patterns, ruling siiUKh, ttUil MAA*illWork to oilier. f I ♦•IiWF rill v I A| ira rom well" ami "Dunkirk periert - Ullin cs blurts. *»n sale in all leadtug lurnishim tiling ami dry good** bouses in itunki* k, . V. TDD MEA. i    tot    amt *■*'• I.i-*u “lr t, realer in I lour, Peed, all. Haled ll..), Ph* ates, ow..    ,  __ Established, do. Buffalo, N. V. We have frequent requests by mail for samples of new embroideries. Siieli requests we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the samples ........______ wanted.    State whet lier e*lg- unkikk hiiikt «.,»«. w ...i s dugs insertions <»r flouncing*. teeter •‘Dect, Mitculm Im* i> * d^ j.'ilso what Wldtil AIlll SI MUD idea of the price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to none in the country and su-| perior to any in Buffalo. [The money value we offer is j simply unparodied. I There are edgings from } of Inn inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, iiainnook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different Kl iMUiug wino#, I U '* MMM U* all UTU I ne an*! btl KIK HOTLl i Depot. En**) *« —.......-    -    , nu hou»ca. lieut accommodation# f«*r < «.u< mal I rn\ < era-    „ John J. Murphy, Prop. HI.* Its A t D., 1*7 aud ‘.*W E Third street. me I* uruilurw, cabinet W ut' ao*l t I staring. Cloture t rained made to order. ti*I val widths of edging aud insertion PWX    “ U. M ATTESON A CO.. .TUI Central Ave , O CT .ars of Fashion ami Oentlct.ici* ouUHiere. QU all desirable klQllS OI 11111-AIIF.PI. HTE AM HEATING CO..    ttTHll. ii u fact ii rots of Steam Healing Appar a IU*    j    All-OV**!'    eiJI broideries    ill Sanitary Plumbing » Specialty.    j    gTeUt \ arit*ty. OME steam LAI .MMtv.    Flouiiciiigs in the different i„    r.»    Hh.ru.    l.v ;    j    WicltllH f 1*0111 IX illflx* to «!ll Caffa, 4* . ami Pa**1 t urb* im. Kite Dcliv    *    I A W. CU in m i ng**, »I7 tenter «trcet    im ii* -s. •    Special    lines    of    cambric K. OEHM.    .    1    ,    ,    ...    . .    , . „ _ ,    edges at ac, Hic, I 'I c, locand F. Thir'l Hi., c**r. of Duflalo    .) r    J uufH«‘lur«r ami denier in Fin*® Roots A Shu®* j“* 1 IH 1 3    1 A It AM, VEI.MU'W A A»t»IR'OS. ENDA AV FI LE It’S NKW STD IO-. Itll E L Third et. ll*H,k- St.iti*mern . M u-h «1    I m    \eW goods for tills SCaSOIl inj«ntx,MitgH/.in« ■*,Daily ami *' * ckl> I v.*- i**    _ iveTSl.H"’    »'•*■ *•01111*1!' Ill daily. I lit* h i'hiHTisri..f <'vi*r> .I.—.»i•; ...... '    mildiu un.Ii l'u oui Mock l> Icomplett*, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white ! goods stock. By “complete’ I we mean they have all the new styles in this season's new !goods—all tin* variety that 'the best purchasing facilities iii the country can bring together. KRINN. .L^w..viiiw(i|i.it    [ lw Winter stocks are of liufwcturvr »n*l «U*aU*r in Ha na a,Sn«i -I- ,    .    .    .    mi ira,cuiuurw,Trunk*,*h •,***, P uwh* p**t<i*-, it ring great bargains. I lit*! * 4* U**v«'r« tilov* x ktittaiiMin*' >1* igl« U•*>**■ •    c* never was a tune when you ha HOLI I S.    ill*    i it khh*. Third Hr*'■*i,    eouI*I trade here more ntlvnu- trtnwble T«ib*r. tifinttauimi w «H n**d it » wdVitMlagt* lu Calion n*« lw;f*n« j»urrhm*iu; t»D r**t nisi rh** tx'. fn rn. I Mick th* tty bm rat Ii. mg rati* b> imnkirk Printing * uupim, b wild IU E .second st. It. VAN Kl Id a * SON, Fir** l ib .Iw’jiliut soU In iuTiil Iii!»ur,lr Dewitt l.‘*wl PH«ie and I,**hus. Pwr.lcnlat ll ti VU! pit el lo lh** cire of !*I*|*< *'«> **t*il**et rt'i.ta AC. SHM enter -t.. 2nd Boor. (INKPK'M E UA It -'I AC.’ V, •OI* central a veil it* iliumtfm tor Will Pi«i*er Pa lift 11 .Ac. R ll. CARV a et*.. ,    g.’ts    Lion    ft:«et. i-lier a1 li*rriviare,W Iou* I ead,tMlH,l*all»U I' ipli»*x, till t loth*. I*rat. U* " -ne. A !*j>* >.t. I gherwit. AVilltHitta Ph.* t Amt M**ni - rat 1 * • CLING, p.u h ox b’.ink-b • »k«, le*lg* r«, at *1 bd kl add ut hbtttka ilooe at Dunkirk Pnn'iug Company, it aik! d» K. second st. I IMH PH MhLPENM AP Elk, Cor. Thin! ami Buffalo Nu*., euler m Granite, Marble, I ngoing and klm« stone. P'ad on me bi’fore buyin: r ai«ta-walk. I MLF.I A TO., 7 and it KmI I* root ntnet AVhmky, Wmci., Rramltex. AP'ueral Lt*iuor spire for Fa int Iv I -* OHKRT MR AV. Lion street, near the I* p**i oaiMing. sale, Feed ami I .‘very stab. tiling bv the day or wo-k on “ a «*• Adam, Mi!drum & Anderson DRY GOODS.; Carpal and Draperies, Hook*,ami Stationery', AMERICAN BLOCK, UlMi-40't MUX ST HUET, BUFFALO. N X J. UIVFBKP, Sh! Central At**. I I ire) General lusursuee an*l R* al t tab y re I Ce. Aeenlenl, ami Live sUsd ave. throiupl sttanuon gift n to toying lug Itoai K *tate. JONES 75 K. Third et., hor Doer. l«ior Meat Alarket. h r*Mh, Salt at* I Al,’ate, Iwi*"'!. s^iiHagra, Oyntirx «u n HES. JE WELU Y, SU. liny Du Aur.»ra lim I run ; Watch. I.epairing a ej****ii»lty. Frank F. stapf. SS-E Thin! al . MOCK ft.lt, rn Mel--ha ti I Tail**r, Mg Centra1 Avenue PROFESSION A L. T. ROLPH, M. D., Physician urn! Suige**n stiver L> I*’ lh bk Ai«*iv. U< ai leue *, eeiitral A venu * Teh phone No. th Cal*** ui*> be left ut Lvon’a. C. O. Penfold Manufacturer ami Im poi ter. .• 4 *! ti' sr., tit EF. YI AI, N. A. DP Ai.i it IN Diaiiiomls,    Watches ami Jewelry, CUa*k<H silverware, Peatlier «.*a«D. t*te, Itb'GRA I'/.VO, f! OI. Ii tf HL I KR KL A TISO A POMPI.ETE LINE OK HOUDA } OOO DX RU AIAIX ST UK KT. • ti*;, at* i<>'    Hot*    1 A larj* Number ut Chnngra frow the Tr*«rnt law*— R«<lortlon *»n Sugar and lormwsl Dull**, on Agricultural Product* — Internal Revenue* mad Other Change.. WiKltixorof, April I.—It in estimated Unit the tariff bill reported to the house yesterday tnakev a total annual reduction in the revenue of alinit kvi.OmiMi The sugar and tobacco M-bedulea are greatly cb a ny*. I The duty on the former in greatly re.tu«*ed. Under the sugar ached a1* the vtaixi&rd is changtal from No. 13 to No. 16. It in pro-vidixi tlmt all cigars aliore No. 16, Dutch standard in color, ail tank bottoms, all nugar dratningn arid sugar xweepinga. nyrupn of cene jui«*e, or of licet juice, miiu<ia, concentrated rn ii ode, end concrete and concentrated uiola^ ex, sh ill j*nv a duty of 35 per cent., ad valorem in-tea-1 of a xjs-'itk* duty as undt r existing law. AU auge re above No. 16, Dutch sta ilard, are pie*-cd at 4d jer cent. ail valorem. The existing law prove lee that tb**^'- >-ti -are shall |*ay duty at the rate of 2 75-lOu * *-nt« and 3 <-**ute jn-r [*ouiid. Mo-1u"«*h toting above56 *leg»e**x in made dutiable et 'Jo p r ci-nt, a change from the spe-dflr duty of ti *•* lite per gallon It i x a I so provided if an ex|*ort duty *liall ber* utter Ii*- lai I on sugar or molasses by any country whence it is imr*orte*l it shall tie xub-ject to duty ax provide! by the present tariff law- No change is made in the duty on sugar candy and giucoee; gia|« sugar is made dutiable at % cent |ier pound TOBACCO. I be duty on leaf to ba*-co suitable for cigar wrajijierh, stemmed aud unsteumied, is comd I era bl v nenased. Under existing law th** stem iii I «|uality is dutiable at JI per pm ml an* I this is increased in the McKinley bill to f:J.75 per pound. The duty on unstemmed i*, in -iea»ed from 75 cent* to $2 per pound. A proviso is inserted that if any portion of any to Vin coo imgiorted in any package, or in bulk. shall tie suitable for cigar wrappers, the entire quantity of tobacco contained in such package or hulk shall be dutiable if lait stemmed at t'2 and if stemmed at far* per pm ii* i. No change is made in regard to all other tobac •<> in k af, uuinai)ufa«*tured and not sb-nnn-Hi. but ste iuiuMi toba*-<-o is made dutiable at 50 cents per pound. To!wic<-o nianufa*-tur**d and of all descrip tions uot specially enumerated or provided for is placed at 40 cents per )*ound, a change from the present duty of 30 j*er cent. ad val* *rum. No < hi up* is made in regard to snuff and snuff Hour, made of tobacco, rigors, cigarettes and cheroot* of all kinds are made dutiable a 63 jkt pound or 25 j«*r cent. ad valorem Under c>% mg 1m« they are dutiable at i'J *0 jier pound mii*I 25 per cent. a*! valorem Blurs and SKINS Bide*, r»\» or uncut***!, whether dry, wiltrsl or pickled, and other skins except h|h j skills aith th** viiiol on are taken fnnu th • free IPt and made dutiable at 15p**rcent. .*-***ii, with the proviso that there allowed on leather un*l skins inanu-I <>t u*.ts*T*te<i hides or skins on which lax been | aal. when exported a draw* i nil rn amount to th** duty t*aid <*n < hales or skins. IHE WOOD Si-nXDCLK Iii th* w<xh1 *<-hc lul»\ hewn aud saw**<i Unifier tis** I for sr*-*re hiii! building wharves, is redu *• i froi i go t** IO |a*r c*^«t sd valottuu. Squat* I ai I si*!* I tmiller I# sp . ialJv provided for, is hc'tya.v-'j from I »-ent ti 1^ cents |s»r cubi<* foot. No change is made in the duty on sawed boariia, plank, deals and oilier I miller of hemlock, white wood, sycamore an I I miss wood, lait white pine is re-duc»* I fr in f'i to 6L50 law I,OHO feet. Sa win I In* .ts-r ii**t sp- i'dly pr*o ide»l for is made dm bible nt ‘2 |h r 10.00*) f«x't, instead of 20 s-r tx ut . fi~ at *i!>*aeiit. lait w hen kindler of my -*n't i *.l * e l *»r fiiii-hed, it shall lie duti- d,»!i*. ii. .    I b* the regular rate, at On e.* . - ii i I.;-' ' et for each side so plant**!, Tilts i> a t*siud *n of do c* nt’s. lf planed on oue side and tongued and grooved, it ta to (My s| l.txiu feet a*! at ion al, aud if planed on IA>tI* sidi*s and tongue*! au*l grooved, $1.50 P*w 1,000. ills provide! that in <*a e any foreign power ii * ’ j’.a* t* in • xtsirt tax u>«n) pine, apru*'*-, **‘-i or otiu-r i*exjiorUsl to the Unit * state in eve** - **f the equivalent per I,(KH I •'. bneni meinir , of the dutv fixe! • the sh ac t » i ibt*r provide*! for iii the bill ship l> in-I .. I to an am* nut equal to the ta y im, * »->■' I by t ie for > i; ti c**untt y u(jou the exports o. n h I to the L'.iiteJ Sbt es. Saw* I cabinet woods ai. I manufactured vimi** -ria ; and wood are changed from $2 (et-I,(KKi . ct to 29 tier co P ad valorem. With tho except ion cf * hair cane, manufactured, but not made Into Rn ..bed artic!?**, which is made dm .able at IO per cent., the wood schedule is unehaaged. TEXTILE OOom. Th dutv on nearly every article in the cotton ii*.anv>fa tures schedule is increased. Colton hic. d. yarn and wa ps are increased 8 tx-id • |M*u;id Pp* I thread iieare the piesei ii :* A new standard for cotton doth i-i e- *1*1 ?lt -d. IOO throa*!s to the square in-b I* ti'ch rn:* I as the st-iu*lard to 50 threads \u lucre is** from to \ of a cent (vr yard h mc Ie n different kinds of cotton cloth. A new item is ma rled, making readymade clothing, comj'- wd of cotton or other vegetable fibre, euPubla at 50 (tor tvnt. ad valorem. l ease of duty on wools is made Carjiet wools worth less than hind are tRXinl n**w at 2}^ cents *c at 5 centi per pound. This y *if 33-3 cents on tlmse worth nts per pound, and 8 cents on rth more tbau 13 «entv jier (lotind. aanufactui'*- *f tire hi uh grades are greatly    increased.    *.    n* linty    tin the finest doth is    ti-    i!    at fn'in    three I *    four tunes the duty on she wool aud 40 pee cent ad valorem in addita n, MVT At A. Iii the metal s*-‘*eil ie. a reduction of about rads. The present duty awa I au l the bill proto 6-10.    A reduction to 6-10 of a cent per ' rails, and punched iron re iucod 2-10 of a cent. s made iii (airt of steel are als** as*?-*?, -d at **-10 **f a rent. The duty on copper over 2 jier rent, con-taitieil in suluhur on* is der*rea^ed from 2tf cents to 1'4 cent-> jer (WMind. I? is provided that it* • i rn a shall lie allowed on ac** count of s-hri ii u'*o of th** ore. Tile duties on pig ait*! i*ur lr ii remain a-at present, but round I* -i in cill- or r**<l-, is as.*a*sxe*! at a rat** II I* <>{' a rent lower ti an at present. Tin i»r -    :«?»** iron, <w* ahret steel, polished, is about ii c l*-d. Chains arc ireluced in duty alout 1.6. CITLX»T. I a i*»r the luad of cutlery, including pew and , o kct knives. I abl * kin vex, forks, but* ! sr knives, etc., reduction* of from IO to 35 (>-r cent. ad v.i.uem are ma*Ie, the chiajei gin sis paying the lower rates o duty Th* duty on leather ie increased on at, average about 5 per cent. Kl .AX, ii KME AND HAOCINr*. The duties on ffax and jute are largely ft* creased Tow of flax or hemp, is »na*ieduti-ai»ie at $35 F>er to*. The present duty is tiff The duty on cotton bagging, coiii[*oxed in whole or in part of hemp. flax, jute or jute butt* is about doubled. Linen, ducks, canvas. handkerchiefs, or other fabrics composed of hemp, flax or jute. are made duiti-able at 5 per rent. ad valorem, an increaa* of I 15 per rent. AO RIOU LTL HAL PRODUCTS. The duty on agricultural products ie great-1 ly increased. The in*Tease is a1! along the line and is designed to give fanners a market for many millions worth of products now | imported. The duty on bm icy is increased I from IO to 30 rents per bushel; liarley malt from 20 to 45 rents: com menl from IO to 20 rents; oats from IO to 15 rents; oatm**al from ; ^ to I cent |ier pound: cleaned rye reduced from 2.^ to J cents jier poumi: uncleaned re-1 dun**! to 1; |>addy r«*<iu*-e*i from lt^ to % rent. Rye flour is increased from % of a rent to I1, rents per pound; wh*-at is increased from 20 to 25 rents per bushel, and wheit fl»)ttr increas'd from 20 jier «ent to 25 per <-**ut. ad valorem. The duty on butter and cheese is increased from 4 to 6 rents per pound. Egg?* now admitted fre of dutv, are made to pay 5 rents per d**7en; cabbage. 3 rents each; broomcorn, Fs js-r ton; cider, 5 rent- |»er gallon, onuiiii, 40 rents per bushel. Hay is j increaxi-d from $2 to $4 p* r ton, and bo]** j from N to 15 rents js*r (round, The duty on oranges, when imp I I in jwn l.au* \ is double*!, but when in bulk it is increased 4<) cents per thousand. No chan-^* is ma*Ie in th** duty on lemons when imp * t* *l iii bulk. but th**-** in (vackaces are subjected to an increase of at*out 66 per rent. All nuts, except almonds, filberts ami peanuts, are reduced t*' per rent, per pound. MEATS. The duty on bacon and hams is reduced from 5 to 2 cents per pound; onlieef, mutton and (Kirk, from 2 to I rent BF.VKRAiir.H. The only change ma Ie in regard to spirits, suns and other beverage is that ginger ale an*! like waters are ma Ie dutiable at 20 per cgrit. ml valorem instead of 13 reutx per dosceu. as at present.    « THE KAEB UST. The fr *e list is enlarged with items in the senate bill proposed last congress, amt by- the addition of nickel ore, certain works of art, such as (laintings and statuary such a* made by foreign arti tc. al-o book** and pamphlets, printed oacIu -iv*ly In other than the English langur ga. Raw silk is l*ft on the free list. and a Uni; tv is to Is* paid t*> prcxiurers in this country. A bounty of 7 cents per }s>und is pro|MMi-d for cocoons r« e*l in this is tun try and f I jier pound oil reel*-I shk, to lie paid for ten years. A NOT HHH UTO ll KSS AGK. GOV. MILL AGAIN DISAPPROVES THE SAXTON BILL. INTERNAL REVENUE. The internal revenue features of the bill contatn a moldier of inter* ’mg changes from I existing h. .vs. It provides that after May I, : I KOI, all spc< ial taxes upon dealers ; aiel retail *lealers in l**af to-j bareo, dealers iii toliacco, manufacturers | of lei suit) or cigars and iraldlera of tobacco 1 shall re.ise, !*:it the dealers ami pc A Hr rn will , be obligsl to make registration w*th ti e iii 1 temal revenue ccdlector of their diMrict. Farmers rind growers of lobar*- are «l-o j exempted from the pre.-ent tax aft *r May I, IKA* I. The bill provides that aft«*r J-m. I. I MD I ^ th" internal taxes on smoking .md manufactured toit,»* vc and on snuff shall be reduced to 4 ti nt-* jx r pound. A drawb .c! vqc-l to ! the full am amt of the reduction is to Is# ! allowed oil all orig i na I and unbroken facbny packages of tolM -oo, snuff, ci r r-. cli* r*sits and cigarettes, ti*-bl by manufacturers or dealers at tin* time the prop»ed reduction gres int?* * fleet. MR. GLADSTONE’S VOICE. It Is Li«te*ie<l to by a Diwtineulxlird (•atherine ta New I orb. New York. April I ’M* j*ho.Migrant sent bv Mr. CI la? 1st one to the Am* A-an <'« < (<»ra-tive bud ling Loan av > iute>n, wiiich arrived t x* la e to bt* heard at the recent < '*u-vention of those associations in the Coojver I iii ii, v aa heard yesterday bv a didin- gui.- pn-.f i-.. an*. rej*r by ii l-h. Ha Ka V.* brit- teral, • -tor is, P. orter cur ii (amy who hail assembled for that a: the hiw library in the Equitable (Im W. T. Sherman presided, ii., those j*re-ent were Col. Oouraud, it .:    Mr.    Edison, wii** was d taint-d ct 4Urn. John C. Fremont, t sjcau a it* I Spanish consuls > . C. Whitney, Carl Schurz, C Cr ha nit, Erast un Wiman, Noah D Ii. Coudeft, Admiral Braille, tu n. and about 2-d «*ther weU-known cit z* na, Mrs. Cleve aud and a nu ml ie »* of * ai Ian tea we* .* also |‘resent, letters cf < *■• -t were I-*** -i .<*.» front Mayor Grant, M- cor Chapin, ex-i t .‘-ifcnt Get land, Hat < ton F >b, John J *•*. A. J. A tor. A agast I- I mutt. Seth I^ow. \ ic.* - Cill ral Prest**n, iii',top Potter, Heber Newt.rn. I i*.-*<**g Wdiiam Curtis and others lit* nc'-vge from Mr. («!a*l.'t<*nc is as follows: Dr.as '•tis The nu* r*i«e of the nieeline on the A heavy in on the whale. 15 cents p. r j and th**-** bill put' a I * less that UKW?* w a VY colen 14th Of *' t*r ,X'- wervls ? f ti* ip that •im wide press©"! i heiji fo pr.uv pV is t .e av • n*i of leriu.TM of vt ait wealth j ta. ! <-**«* * ive m .y Is* smnn»*-<! nj* iii two a-' -Ii p luul thrift—aud I caanot, aile: Ii * ta,pie I, refuse to seed to ll a few ’* :mr t Hint on ani good Witt Ii is -el'. ikes the mas, aud ma.t*tu king is the Ii th** A mighty ha - « very w>.ere un-r* .*» cr at id *i. R is t ,-*rif: ic which s**lf-♦ Ii** ma««*-■ dep**d tit uj»**n later, Is ti d ' * fT* live* Ko ti* rn. thrift, rn'**,I att I the ii st rn lunet o I*-|» tidcnea IC* t; y. I uii-p ii'auit* vim i i *>s of all -ct J od. Bur, tkrift i*a*vi th* yio-her amin h r-ret;,* * a via g* 11 ic ut-it lire *»f tempt t nu vt, for i ads i.of ai tvery n tic* ok!, C'P * wily ihein-i -lr**s 12 $4 per on is made In is 8*10 of a cent per ; (loses to mince th: frvim O IH v*f a rent potwd is made in “T or s’eel flat rails are AU iron railway I an maajr ol it' jv *' ** asors iuto a »u wf* r: nior • Mih: Ie tint not I es detvasin • th; From i his s.av ry may all lait ly «.u al! la:- s o th * i'uglish ton glia, hoi*; forever fr e I r Ri.bu. i ar s.rs, your very faithful cid oh** ii« • van:,    W    E.    Ql.iD'<nxt Ai cr the message hid bei n heard, rcxolu-ti'^ns wen* adopted evore«s»inga»ltnirntion for Mr. tiiail't iuc and p’.* ;, ire rn having b**en permitt 'd t > hear hts v<-:*-,» and his encouraging words. 'the Ne » Immiti cl >r;*tl**u. Washisotox. Ajo d I. - Secretary Win-dom. Assistant Secretary Ti hen'Mr an I Emigrant C«>.utuCsinner Weber lit Id a conference ut the treaaurjr tkpirdaiBt in regard to immigrntiin matters at N*w York with a view t»transferring the wo k of inepacthig immigrant* from the state to the national government on April 18. It was devilled to repair the ’.*arge office in New York to take the place of    Garden for the reception of emigrants terat'orarily, or until the necessary |«rmanent buildings for the (airpose can be eiX*to i on Elhi i'ia.id Tha cr* <-tion of th. Ellis i land buildings will i e b un as sot^ias •‘ougi ess ma*i*s the appropriation mn ..san f*ir ta work. It is thought the money will •*•* i a; I able some time tuL* week. Camay Y riK.lril. Nevi York. \* <1 I. —L;ib*r Agitator W. Conley sn ar* * *d here tm a warrant i»-soad by JuFav Cui-rnuin of Altiany on the •'charge of a,:* tug a r«‘porter. named* * Curtis Dmihii<u. * *!i .ar* h 5, in the lobby of J the capitol Causey vv»ll be sent lack to j A ll any t*>->isif. He claims be acted in self dc fanas. Ile ltrtt**(»tT» Hts Cimfirfefin that It is r-.icoii.t iI uI inuMl and Presents rn New KeiuMiii \\ by He Thinks It Nh»ul«l Not Deeuiue rn Law — Ile Would Appro*# a Proper Measure. Albany, Auril I,— Governor Hill begin# his vet** of th* Saxton ballot bill a# follows: ‘‘The legislature has refused to co-operate with th** effort of the executive to obtain an jnimyii lie practical determi fiat ion of the Co* »st tin I KW m Ii tv of this bill. If the hill should I*** allowed to go upon the statute books and thou he dec la re* I unconstitutional, all ehi*ti<»ii6 hcUl thereunder would Is* vitiated, ami confusion amounting possibly to Anarchy w«*uid lake the j*lare of orderly govmtinent. “I be attorney gcnarel has advised me that i-ertain j*rovisi*m.s of this bill are un-<i*nstit'll: ial. Eminent lawyer# of l*«*th !»• .liti : ! * !■ tie# have expressed to me the same c I* i *i< with regatd to other provision', an I ihe r* art of Njifteai# furntshnl an opinion to Govurnor Hott'inan that a certain bill then before him, of mu«-h less fluidic ini-(lortanee then the bill now liefore me, was of at lens! iloi, :,'al constitutionality. This pre-e*-*l**:it of tin* pr s.-ut court is suflicient au-li ority for ii*, reasonableness sud propriety of my prep rem to the legislature. Hut the leiislutur refires to a;-eej»t the j*ro(*osi-tH*n and I nm compelled to aet upon my own judgn!«nt, l-oth as t**!iie law ami the facts, and I have uo disp**>di n to -birk the responsibility. "It i' my clear conviction that th« bill w mid throw the elector..! machinery of the stat** into confusion. I be attitude of the I* i-atuie has left me no alternative but to d Ii e to approve the measure. UjK>n the u- 'atme must re't the responsibility of (adure to secure a fair aud honorable solu-L a oi the f*roblem of electoral reform. My l ie* * ii* *11*. to one featxue of this measure are well I n •;vii. The majority, when it j*a*wed this bid it it' present sbaj***. well knew- that it would not and could not consistently be apppo i. Ev-s-utive disapproval ctaild not have !si*n r»*ndered more certain bad it been .JeliU-raf.-Iv invited or desired. It is not intended in thi> coinmunication lo repeat at any length the mv aments heretofore pre-6*?nt*il ujion tuts subject. A brief reference to th -in must suftl -e. I nm oj,ji**H**d to tile exclusively olfl* ial ballot provided for in this bill. - I ls-li«ve that every voter should have the right to prepare his ballot at his own home or win rever he pleases and to bring it with bun to the (nills and vote it in secret. I deny I ne ri'ti utionai right of the legislature to oomjwd an el* -tor to n«-<i*pt a l*ailot timtain-ingtbenanies of ca nil i la tee other than bis | own candidate in whose nomiti lion he has j had no jmrt n*t*i for whom he does not intend to vol* an i mij*<*st* nj on him the burden of ; erasing all such na rut's under penalty of dis-frrmchist rn**nt and require bun. if he votes at all, to write or paste the names of hlscaudi-i diiL-j uj**i i - u*-Ii a hot eh potch document. “ I he constitution guarantees to the jie«*jtle a continuance of the right to vote ‘by ital lot* whi*-h H ey enjoyed at the time of its ailop-ti »ti tart. 2. 5). The kiiui of l>ali<>t projxised by ti,: bill is rot the kind of Indio! then in u-, nor which the constitution contemplated. hat 'js- .es of l»ai.*il cannot lie changed without an amendment of the constitution. "Every elect or winder our constitution has { i. * Ii! t<* jiicjiare his own written or |*rinted I*;•" ’ itii'l to liring it with him to the (Mills. Tin* *<•;: ’ tiure may regulate its form aud ski , but it cannot change Die essential ehanu'teri'tk - of a ballot as it exi't***J vvlien i th • mil- it ut ion w as frnnhiL Ti * _*.»v«“ i: r cl . ii s these arguments ss to the tmconstitui ouality of the exclusive I •>;. cud Indict desi-riU-*! iii the bill ami ese | p illy a- t<* I. ** j*ra t d disfram hiv-ment of th I.• it** a ** voier cl lh*- tasi’ig away of it- -i*r:i» v of iii# balh.t He ob-erves: “The j Ni .* .-o'hu.ctts I si I l«*t act is md oi .nor iou# to ii <*!>* -lion been u>*« in lh it st ate the oon-- «t ii si* HUI itself j equi» e« every ehi'tor to be al * * i. i*l and vv rite tlieEugli'b language.” * governor flit n prooecds: •it* is iim*i lier ii msl it utionai question wit -1» s ini* tills full it is submitted tint’ dr pro i- til contained iii section 22, re-lu..    ■ to the election of two ballot clerks, is u’.c <n ’ii oui. TI att section provides for i oi iv o ballot clerks and j *rohibi ta * ic ; I. ic.il party from mmiirmtiiig more th;, on Candida ta, and prevents any elector fr rn M*tii , i«*r wmre thnn one ballot clerk. '}.*** i >:* is directly in Conflict witir art; -Ie 2. s *tion I, of the constitution, which vt in«nt--C' to every elector the right to vote 'L>r all of": cis that now or hereafter may l*e elective by the j*e«*j»le.’ lf two ballot clerks are to be elected by the people, then it follows tuat each elector is entitled to vote for two. Hie sa ne question ioas lately arise® iii reference to a tH*"js*- new charter for P.iffalo, wherein it was ?. utiit to be provided that eight ul*icruico-at-large may be el* ted by the wh -.e city, no elector, however, to be permitP-d to vote for more than four. “I ain advised by Die attorney general that at Ii.-, rtvj’ie t, ex-Judge (b orge F. Danforth of I loch stcr. lite judgi* of t ie court of ap-pwh. bas ju t examined this question and he has furnished an opinion to the attorney ^ ;tai ai h aling that the provision in que tP*n in the propo-ed Buffalo charter is uLcoudiiiitionul, upon the ground that as e.^ht al*i*-rmen are to be elected each elector is entitled to vote for the wljolu eight, and his t ights cannot tie abridged iii the manner proposed. That opinion is exactly iu point Le D. It co **pl*-tcly demonstrates the im oustituti*nudity of the fonudatkms up-in which rest the snj>port un*l int grity cA the exclusively official ballot provided for in this lull " I h feature of an exclusively official bal-k*t, dcriwii from the Australian system, is erne n*>t adapted to the |*olitical system of our slate. It does not harmonize with our free institutions. It has been demonstrated, over and over again, that an exclusively official ballot is not essential for the promotion of secrecy or the prevention of corruption. It is diiT-ult to I’esist tile conchoidal) that nothing Lu. mere pride of authorship prevents the friends of this measure from accepting a if ideation of the ter un and eliminating the exclusive features j***rtaining to the proposed bi I lot. “Th.* |ie* pi** of the state, w^ile sulistan-tially unaninMms in favor of electoral re-fonn,    mn*fly revere and resjiect their con'titutio® and desire no measure which shall ' i late its provision#. Tb**y want ballot ref *nu, but they want it agreeably to the eoi'.-Utmiou. They will sanction no evasion, they will tolerate no violation, they will c* :iit*-unntv no subversion of its provisions, even v ii.*u proposed under the alluring name of ’reform.' “It -ccm# needle-** to indicate in this common: *ftt ion what has been so often outlined heretofore, rh* essential feature* of an electoral reform measure which I would cheerful iv approve They may, however, beagaia so marireiJ as follows: “b n >f— Provisions for a general registrar : ou of electors throughout the whole stat® *"*V «**i*l- The act to extend to all election** i*f pub ic i*rf!-i*rs bv Itallot. “Thirl- The se-ret I sloth or private coin |*art men I plan. Each voter to lieguataiiteMsl aloolute privoev in examining or (*re(iaring his ballot and <-omj*el!ed to remain an aj*pre-ciabl. length of time in the Issjth, and se crecy rn voting ma*!e compulsory. "The privilege of ma a ma ting candidates by pro|**rlv <-ertifled (tetifioiw*. as well a» by (Mil t v ii hi vent ii MIS. “Filth Lm L distinct set of nominations to I*e itrinted on sej»arate ttallots. “Hixtli No electioneering jiemiitted within a returnable di>tan?v from the (Hill.#. "Seventh ( Official atxi unofficial l*all«*ts to be used The* shall be exactly Hltke, the official I a ll* its la-ing printed and furnished at public exi*en«c and delivered to the voter at the jail i only by the e action officers and unofficial Uil'ots to lie funu>*hed by (inrtira or (-andidates, amt obtainable at the (tolls and elsewhere, and may lie prepared at home ami brought to the (tolls and voted. “Eighth All Itallot*. w hen voted to be in eh*,-*#! in exclusively official envelopes fur-ni'iit d only by election officer* at the polls. "I frankly state I hut I w ould not be unduly tenacious in regard to mere matters of detail, provided vital principles are not infringed ll (MU). “I would not object to the substantial features of the Connecticut reform system whereby the state furnishes all the ballute; such Italic!# to lie voted in exclusive official en veiojies. lf it should be provided that an official ballot may lie distribute*! to the voter# before the election at their home# or elsewhere. as is contemplated in the (»ro(Miseil New Jersey reform measure, there would I ta no serious objection to such a l*all<»t, assuming of course that no ballot should contain more than one distinct set of nominations, and that no extraneous matters should be engrafted nj**m it. "it will be observed that the principal reasons presented herein for the withholding of GEN KUA I. FOREIGN NEWS. GREAT ANXIETY OF PASSE NOE RS ON THE CITY OF PARIS. They »*asM»l Kleepless Nl*h), an,| MhR, Tonk to Drink to Drown the Horror of the Mtt aa Don Mr. I.**ra unit. by His Constituents—Mr. Balfour'* HIU. A Minke < oui mil tee. LorrtH)?*. April I.—In spite of the ro#e-colored r«|»ort.i of the offii-en r*f the City of Paris, oah’ulated to show that at no time wa# the ship iii danger, Mud the publication of obviously inspired articles arguing that the fad tl.it the vessel did not go the bottom fnm shes conclusive evidence of su|*cru*r q*ialiti.-s of the faster litter# in respect of sa!**l v over the 'low ones, it is Utiquestiona-blv the truth that the situation hi# regarded by all on I* aril a# very grave, 'i’bmigh th** (wwiengers unite in testifying to the high qua iries of seamanship displayed In f Ire «>i?i cel's ot the disabled shift, and their jiersist-ent cir .I ti to quiet Die tea?# ami conduce to the comfort of th«*-4- nuder their cure, there were many painful mimics ami anxious hour#, particularly wha clark new* would set in. Most of the (tasseligcrs jii-nl sh-epless nights and sought relief from ilia strain of anxiety and suspense in Die ex-v -ive use of intoxicants, luduigetx-e in which nm t»» wtme a new experience, wit de others gave vent to their feeling# of utter ho|teleh*titws in shrieks and wails of angu'sii. MR. ISA ACM I NIM IR# KH. Tic Conservative ass. >< int ion of the Web worth division of Newington met aud juts. od r**#* *i ut ions of confidence in their memtier of (Milllament. I,ewis Isaacs, and (tasted him us their candidate at tit* next general ole* lion In view of the (ad that Mr. I .anes raceutly flgured in the court# as the ac*-user of NI i'm. my ap|>ruval ar, U»d upo. con»titut*o,,a I K|izatwU> VjMwlt wboln hl,unj Objwlio™. It»houkl.K.t ha luferml from ,ho    for bi, m,dam- Don sh**t him iii the arm, it would seem that he sUtod very much iii n*s»d of an expression of Cftiifitlence in some quarter; ne vert hale** the action «»f his constituonts h»' cause<l general surprise aud some Tory indignation this that the measure is otherwise regarded Us satisiActory. There are many defective and incoagrouM proviaiona which, lutwever, may be easily obviated.” After stat mg s*tine of these minor objectionable feature* the governor continues: "It is bolted that the legislature will not adjourn liefore perfecting a practical ami itll, lent rn**# sn re of electoral reform which thall l*e nee from the objections here urged. “No man or set of men possesses a copyright upon ballot reform. What the people want is an American system, adopted to our own free institutions—a system which eu-croacfaes upon no just privileges and which offers a | tract leal, not a theoretical, solution of th** evil# that confront us. “No man realizes more thoroughly than do I the nece tatty for guarding the purity and seem: of our election system. No man can appreciate more vividly than do I thednn-g)*r# U> cair institutions in the improjter use of money ct the poll*. When men are able to tibial!) high (tlaocs in «»tTi*-*», not by virtue of their tit ii. hut. bv reason of their immense wealth, our countrj has Itegun a reign of j*’ to -racy aud republican institutions are threatened. "We have come to see our polling plao** turned into auction rooms and our«iffices sold to the high st bidde s. We have seen our tim atry disgraced bv the spectacle even of a national a«lmiui#tration assuriiiiig |K»wv*r a# the re war* I of whoU-ile bribery and intimidation, *\ith fuu I' :*)•• ’iii by tile eurii-hed recipient* of legislative favors. To U-little such evil# or consciutisly to obstruct their removal would lie to rt#i>r*l one's self a (tubli* en -my, deserving only the I'ondemna tioii of his fellow: cl ti ae I w. Yet it is unfortunate that (hi-- great popular movement which has been inaugurated for ele»*toral reform has I si-:) delayed by men who seek to use it for the purpose of I outing and restricting suffrn* #, dihI it is a discouraging coui-mentarv up n the imunoerity and byjtocrisy of many (■r tfc- 'ril reformers that ss ane of th«*se who ar* now lou*test in their advocacy of a change in the election method# have l)ecn beretofor most active in delHL-ing suffrage. "Hie Nu-.? rn I im system in its entirety <-aiiiiot e ist w ta re there is manhood suffrage without d -i .n.i* oiling those who*-annot ren«l or wriU* But gtimg to remove this objection to th** ad*'[it:oii of Die entire system in Hits country, the *> disgni-^'d uncinie# of popular 'lift; * *» have introduced a provision for aast'tai.n* to illiterate at the (toll# which would *h*a i ny th* KWT of the Itallot and open th - way to frau I, inturn lation and «*or-ruption; but mare than this, it would practically distrait -hiss thousands of voters. With mon*.* ii* nt d boidnesn a bill eniFKMly-ing Hi s (tart leu tar codification Hi# been in-troduoeti in the house of representatives whereby federal elections are sought D> lie brought under the njqtlicatitm of Des dangered' innovation upon our method#. Ita practii'al effect would be to deny fair ex pre"ion of tii«ir ch'ti'-e to hundred# of thou-Jtand# * f electors. It would impose upon partisan election officers a life power such as never should Im* given to individuals under a democratic form of government. In the southern '!i*t* s. w here the (ii oj*. *ri i**n of illiteracy is greatest, it would subject outre than a million of ignorant negro voter# to the ale solute mercy of federal officers. ••J ani j»i«.u*t to ,pb#erve that the (tarty to which I bcltmg ba# lM*en quick to protest against a*-*i *t' iios * this insidious % -heme iu ♦•ongres#. Y *t **ii » larger scale it i# only the sam iniquitou d** ivti which the enemies of universal ittffrr.-^e h ive sought by the passage of the bbl n<*» bcf*ire me, to establish in our own state, where, according to the last census, there were 61.000 men of voting age who could tic* read or write. Ho long as I have a voice in tho administration of government I shall never knowingly give my assent to anv bill, the * ffect of which is to disfranchise a single honest voter, no matter how humble or illiterate he may lie, upon whom the constitution confers toe right of suffrage.    David    B. Hill.” The ll* putl*** Go 'cot Free. New York, April I.—Judge Barrett sustained tile demurrer# of Deputy Sheriff# Walsh, Martin* (IV .rig t« th indictments found again'! v . >. * *r br)!wry in »< *pting *7u0 from I*. <». I’rancklyn, a p)is**ner in Ludlow ti*cl jail, for certain | uvi.egew granted bim. Tin judge decides that the deputies dot I accept a brilx- kcaiu* they could legal!' lime granted Fie neb lyn the privilege# t ii tb»v bad cho* • • to. They coaid ha’*e I; indicted for xtortion, but it is t's* late to To tin.t now, as extortion4* a mis'leuie' n» r ki d no Hide tineiit f<*i a mis*le mea nor can l«* fomul aft*r two years has elaj«e l sin "c the offense The rh utie' are therefore flee. Air Pops Dined. WA.-HivaTON. A'jnl I.—Horton Pope, private v-r- r.n y to f «* reOirv of the inter-ior, mu*' bas h* tided hi . s leo .nation to take effect M i? i, k-D AYashingtrm Sunday night t**r h*# i.onie iii -t. I/i,i«. liefore tie d*-, .1.1 i i e was eat**) wiui-il at a dinner given in ms h*a»or by a few **f in# professional frieti'is. However, a# Mr. Isla*'#’ majority iii the last contest was less than 250 it is surmised that, with a locally (topular Ldw-rai r-nudidnte apprised to him the (sirfunctory vote of courl-deix-c will be of little benefit Ut him. AMENDMENTS TO BAI.KOUR’s RILL. Mr Balfour’s Irish land parcha a 1*1111# chm of the most elaborate and CDinpli<*ated meas-ure# that has l*fen laid l»ef<ire parliament iii tunny years nn*l will bn .« to undergo a great deal of pruning before it i# prmented to the queen for the royal assent. Already tho Milliliter of amen* I ll lei its prepared aiel ill process of pre DR rat ion i# appalling ami the term of its cr aum it tea stage promise* to la) pn*-traeted niiri exciting. The hill contain* seventy-five clause# aiel covers nixtj- five pagt-# of foolscap. A STRIKE COMMITTEE. The Chamlwr of Commerce ha# dm-khil to fl|i)M>iiit a i#-rmao*ut **oniinitb e to deal with future strikes in a conciliatory spirit, The object oi the committee will I* * to n*t ox aa arbitrating l**ly, h# far a# possible, in thai settlement, of dispute l***twecn employes mid employers. parDcidariv t <*#e whit it may arise in ituluatrie# whe e interruption would directly atVo-t comnierca. tlerr Johann Orth, f**rmerly Archduke John Salvator of AiLtria, sailed from the Thame# for Rio Janeiro yesterday a* mate • tf an Aii-iii.tii barque. Ext -inivc 'trike#, affecting most of the principal iiulustrie# of Bavaria, are imminent, owing to (be <letiaut attitude of Du* n»a#terv whh h has Im*ch particularly ob-**rv-abia nj iud the issuance of the imperial labor rescript#. In many cases the owner# have punitively refused to consider any of the demand* of the men and in some instances have threatened to dismiss the member# of delegation# presenting grievance# in future. The brother# Woltf, conducting a prominent hanking busine## in Ber!) , have l**en urre-t i for issuing a swindling pros;**ctuB setting forth the merit# of c. rf a in electric !aiii|>s of Americsu manufa* twee. It i# allege*! that they have victimized a large niiiulter oi .•■•uld-be s|>cc)ilator#, who will ho require*) to testify against them. I NEW AKUI VA I,s. Roys alii! I.allies Klannelelle filotlKCM. New ltd fjOiijp# (\>i>L*f    (    ovrirs, only 25 (*«‘nts. Nevi lot of the popular MaiI-onna (V»tton. New Ix>t fable Oil ('loth, only 23 cts?, per yard. New Self-riding ffoiHes. New lot of tilt* oelebi’Hted Ferris (\irst‘ts ant I W Hist A, tv ll Lu tlies, Missei and Children Call and see them New lot Men ’n and Boys’ Klan-nellete Shirts, only 37 cents. New lot Men's and Boys' Neckties, only *23 cents. Children’* School Slates Tile game of Nelly Blv Around the \\ orld, only 3S pf.u ERIE STORE. C'j WOODWORK ^WgJ0 AffACBMEH^ NfW HOWf $(W1N6 MACHIN^ Ct Off ANG* - MAS5 rulCfiG0 28 UNION SQUARE NY at can rn on mm CAL -CHc' ST LOUIS M : fl^WTTffWT3 OAllASTfX M. VAXDKVELDE, 15 E. Third street, DUNKIRK, N. Y SENATE AND ASSEMBLY. Tile CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Huh just received •» Dill line of c Ii) Govrraitr'f Veto Di#«M##e«t—• Hill# !•#-tr«*<tii,e«f Mint l’tt«s*-<|. Albaxr, April I.— In Hic anta lait night the rc(<ort «»f the oini’ *r«*‘. r * <*n< **n*iur tbs claim of Cornel! miiv.*rsit\ f«>i <!<-;    <-u*    v of incom# from the ndlege laud #ci ip lipid wa# Mubmittetl. It stat*-# Diat an appri*(>riction ot 5115.7! ) wiiTild ntver th<* dsffciency in full. The governor'# veto of the Saxton ballot reform bill wa# then read. Mr Saxton im hi the message (**eni©d to I *e chiefly a resume of previous vetoes. The only new objection wa# to the election of lialtot clerks by a minority. Mr. Saxton said dint the principle of i • >ritv representation Imd never been in <ju (ion, end that question "as the only new one now- raised. Mr. Cantor said that the Til«3 *i city commission," in huling William M. Evart#, had i holil that minority representation re*piire*l constitutional amendment. The reform bill and accompanying veto w et ** bo.b ta I*led. Bili# *.v- r^ n!rolaced: By Mr. Van Gorder—Providing for eie*-lion ma* Ii .aiery for voting on constitutional anw*ndinc-it# tin# year. By Mr. Fa##ctt -- Providing f**r election ma. hiaery to *»uat)l** the taking of the popular vote for Xovcml*er, I'90, on the enactment of a law requiring cli ba I lots to lie printed at public expense and to lie distrib ut <1 bv sworn puhlh official#. BUL# were passed: Mr. White* Syne utse fourteen war I# bill. Mi llcml ricks—Enabling saving# bunk# to j vest 65 (#*r cent, of th»-ir deposit# on mort gage# IN TUR Ass LM WLT. Albany, April I.—In the a# **mbly la#t night Mr Townie introduced a bill making the »tfli< e **f tile ( iiaiitaii'jUM n*iinfy clerk a salaried one. Mr. Town**’# Chautauqua la!;e navigation [•iii wa# reported favorably from committee. Mr. Gunther’# bill increasing the fee.) of court #t* :*e. igrapbers In Erie and Cortland count Ie- *Vi.s pa#M*)d AdjuumedL »i,\: L OTercoats and Trwseriagi Et pull to any in the city,^an<l ut prices that will pay you to sec him hcfoi .f purchasing. LADIES! If von Wfi' ' fill *»H«y Arni u*irnf«nt abb* ‘ *. with a heavy*dole. one that will - jar* sui it Ii ai-.d Hud* Respited. Ha -msh k .. Pa., April I. — T be governor ba# r.'spitod the murderer# John W. Rudy of I aux-aster *iH»nty aud William H. Smith of Allegheny county from April 9 to June 26. rn I ll Mon Rare#. New York, April I.—The weather was law and cold at Clifton yesterday, but there wa* a large attendance. The track wa# in ia*r condition. First race, 'dling, \% mil**#:    Bn veiler f'.rst, Gallus Dan second, Rudolph third; time, 2:21. HtaXNid rue, % mile: FoxhiJI first, Nonuvl encond, Harry Irvim- third, time, 1:06. Third race. Seiling, I mile: Little Jake flrat, Mabel Glenn #r**:o:id, Henry George third; time, 1:46. Fourth race, the Oxford handicap, f tri-tii/«: Glen mound first. Bon nu* 8 second, Hpe-iaity third: time. 1:393^. F.itli la.-e, J*, mile: Nellie Booker first, Rafter s cand, Capulin third; time, 1:25. .Sixth ia«-e, 6 j furlongs: Khaftan first, Kuifc v od wound. Courtier thud; time, 1:26. koep your fart <1 rv aixl warm, get it [.air of I) Armstrong at ( Vs Ifriidl VV oil, COTT:mOI' SPHHP shoor,. Ti icy will jyjtqt'o you,--- SULLIVAN & SON, 21 y Centre Street. ~ 4 #2% I a    ' \    ~    jr’4*W all Paper at Monroe s. ;