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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York wvxx /vvvrv/vvvvv a\\\ HOUSE CLEANING Tim** t* agin# upon in* with *1! it** trial# aud tribulation*; hut a large |M*rti<»« *>f th#* w«*r.*y snd I aren van ie nee nm* ,*** overcome by ha# mf a goodly supply of I ars#-, < !»*»»i t»M *ew»pa|»*«-W«* hav«* a larf#* *U|»plj on haw!. ***** « au furnish v*»u all you i*e#*<J, in -mall quantic* at tt*. »^r    ’ /VV VV >^\\v\//vvvx\\\/\\xxxv " 1 Mi wk fietti:R facilities I bai# ant Printing floe##* in CfiHu* 1 "tma t onnty for turning out * ■ th#* tory I a loaf de«igm« in Pine Jo] \\    ii > Printing. cad*) Hurters for .#U»luiu«’rv. VVVVVVVVVVVV vww VOL. XX.DUNKIRK N. Y . SAH RDW. MAY J, NO. IJH, B hephesentative LJSINESS HOUSES DOV. in LL S API’ROVAl of dunkirk. Itta XI**. «••»•** He T»i‘nlt». i. Hut ta* I taiga MIU# of for th* Mik* of H arationy- 4 NKW RILING WMHINK for I A. all kiu<iaof blank# ta U»** laU-ft aKlittoi he Mechanical IN* part men t of I Mink!rk|Priiitinf Company. 4 LEKANDER** Coal an't Wood \ t antral Arena*, opposite Nick**! a depot All grade* el Hard and Soft Mini. W -41 Lumber. abiegh* and Lath. rre# feltv r Correa p**o deuce for wholesale aolioited. I> K. OHVtMUl, HS and AK Central An J i>. Art lr u<*. Photographer. Inatnntaineon* Photographs of Ha blea a specialty. Nm*** |«Mtiineut need not wa.t for mn ah me except for •ta bi na. I )OiiK hinder) Jah*** Irving, Pr> I I lint*tor. No. IU k. Stroud >»tr«#*t, near liiil* Cai.* street. Dunkirk, lf. Y. MogaxiH#*, Mu MC, Pain phi* ta, etc., Iiound in all aly lea. < >r*lera promptly attent led to. All work minion teed. ktiml tralirr# Hoi ut ed ti •!. of the New Law ll ll IU UKK* CK* KR EKV HOUSE, .'KH Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in In porU-d awl lo Ulna tic China, Glassware, A* - i «HA ITT A LU LA HOTEL, Vv    Hater, Ii ;* r day. I.)very and boaidiug stable in connection. Victor Holer, 3.16 and SS* Lion street. | OTY HARKER SIDIE Chaa. Niggle, I'rop., Under Lake Shore National Hank, corm r Center and Third afreet*. A flue alo a of Foreign and Do mea tie Cigar*. (ON Kl IN A HON, J    8$b    Center    *>ueel, Practical bors*.-shoer*. Parti# mar attention ] .    ..    . (laiii w interfering Im ti aw. Shoeing of r<*a I I Dont* nu# I premed mg toe independence of rite toter, should not uBMMWuirily inftinife J    upon th** rigid* of citizen# or # i#*late con I    -tHutimial    guarantees. I have not Im* I    lieverl that    reform #x»nsi-t**«l merely in j    ut biking tire    exercise of the elective fran chise difficult ami complicated. I have regarded it as    imjMtrtant t lint t lie pat h to t be I, IN KUCK ENG I NL ERI NU CDNPAM    ballot ti \    should Ie* ii    i- to. f    Kortierly    seilew    A    Poppir.    I plain aud unobstructed to til. lion# t aa I trotting horse# a specialty. ,1 NKI UK KY EN I VI. OHS! KYI ll largest Daily in lh# County. An unequalled advertising medium. D1 I IN KUCK ENGINEERING COMPAS) Lr    Formerly    se!Jew A Popple. Manufacturer# of Engine#, Boiler#. Pulley*. Shafting Hangers, et#. Fittenw, Forging*,, Caatinga, an*I Machine Vtork to order. IvUNKIUK if Center SHIRT    JNK,    'Arf*    and    i#*7 street, Manufacturers of th#-’Cromwell” and “Dunkirk” perfect * fitting Dress Shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing aud dry goods houses in Dunkirk. I- * r. TOOHEY. I ,    434    and    4Wi    Lion    all eel. Dealer in Flour, Feed, -alt, baled Hay, I*hoe- ted, however, that *m ti phaU-a, etc. Established, 1*77 s.'KIE HOTEL and Dining Saloon, Union I j Depot. Easy n#*ce*s to Mil trains aud bus-lun*# house*. Hest accommodations for Commercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. t; HI.KRS A CO., j    s#7    aud    tm E Third street Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware aud muttering. Up- Pirture I-1 aim*# made to order. ^ D. M kl TESON A CO., NU Central Ave., trader# of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. A KELI. STEA W HEATING ii Jauufai-lurers of Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specially. H OHE STK IM LAUN DK V. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    loc;    #    oilars. ic; lulls, 4e, and Lace Curtain*. I roe IfiMiv ary. A W . Cummings, A»7 Cen ter street j! K. OEHM, K. Third st., cor. of Buflalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boot# A shoes I per*, book HENK) WEILER*! NEM STOKE, tut , Third si. Book#, stationery, Musical in-sum men ta, Nlagnx i aes, Dai I y aud Weekly Pa) and everything perfuming lo a first class ■lore. Achoo* Hook* a ipMialtf. I tilt PRINTING of every desertpiton aiel at lowest living rate* by Dunkirk Printing Company, e aud IU k. Second SU J Ii. YAN HI REN A SON, Fire Life, Accident and General lnsuracofr. I realer* in Heal Estate and Loans. Particular attention paid to the care of properly wheeling rent* Ac. 21 VI Center at., rnd door. ONKOE'H PHARMACY. M ;iOU Central Avenue Headquarters for W all Paper Paint .Oils Ac. f )KKKlNS, J. VY., I    jug C'euter street. Manufacturer and dealer in Hat ness. Sad.lies, bridie**, Collars, Trunk#, W h>)«, Huff alo Holies, Horse Clivers Glove-# Mittens aud Sleigh HoImw SCHOLTE*, 1\ ranhiouable Tailor, Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to thrall on uie twfore purchasing elsewhere. 17 East Third street. sr ill I) B. CAKY A CO., A .    SSS    Lion    street, tienerai Hardware,White I cad,# His Painter’# Sop pit aa, Oil Cloth#, Grande Ware. A #|*e# lal-tv;ol sherwin W illiatns Pa. ut and Monr#«e range. R I LING, such us blank-lrooks, le«lgcrs, and all kinds of blauks done at Dunkirk Pnntfng Company, p and IU E. second NA KC DOLPH MOLDENHAUER, H    Cor.    Third    and Buffalo St*», Dealer in Granit**, Marble, t *ggmg THE COPYRIGHT BILL. ME ACCOMPANIES THE BALLOT BILL WITH A LENGTHY MESSAGE. IT IS REJECTED AFTER DEBATE THE HOUSE i not l*erf«-« t. His Opint«>tM —borne of the A Lb.#> i. .OHI J.—Ill bis lueinorHmltim tiled v. it ii l.i# Hpprnvui of tIm* Hniemltsl .Sjurf'ui iwiitoi r#*t«>mi bill (lovermrr Hill say*. Tile people of the state are to be rxrti-gnituIattHl on having at hod aet*tirtsl the et# ;»# t me in of a reaaouable and ceiiHtitu-uh>ual el#*# (oral reform law. Th** tall re (Xfived the unanimous support of est#Ti brain h of the legislature, and apparently t*afh*« Cs faithfully lire demainl# of public It is u«»t rhtim«*d that it i# a )-rf*-< t meajaure It rn nut be touted#*#! iat It. contain* w#any cunt lien##»me aud aiiueceMRary pr<»# u*i<»iit> which might mare wiaely have beet! el uniat# ted, Nut a# tire result of the liarmouixattou of many < on-fii«-tiiir< views, it prvN#*iiU# a# a whole a fairly aoreptalde nreaxtire, capable of ef-fectiug some i*ub#tantial ami practit al reform. A reform law, however, no matter how wxeelleut, « ahunt enforce ittwlf. To make it a Hticeewa it Lieeti# the mup|airt and **u-cotintgeinent «»f both the polit kid jmrtie* which have united in ic*# enact meat Without the ani of a friendly ami intelligent public sentiment in it* favor it will fail to -ecur*- the purity and indepemlt in-#* in our (doctiotia mi confidently predated by iii* friend-and -o eartit -ily desired by every g«#oil citiieu. It ha* been m> earue-t ca lea \or during the pic-t three year* to ei un- the enact meat of a law which, while preserving the purity of our rib and building Ntone. Call on ant actor* buying your sn lo- walk. R (ALEY A CXI., 7 and V East Front street. Whisky, Wine*, Brandies General Liquor blore for Family Ute. Robert m’kay. Lion street, near the depot. Hoanling, bale, Fee«l and Livery HtabM. Mabling by the day or week on reaeonabic terms.    ___ UAM J. GIFFORD, Ad Central Ave. (Up ^ stairs), tienerai Insurance and Heal E-tau. Agent. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live block I Romance. Prompt attention gi\ in to buying and #elbue H#»al L#u*te. fP C. JtJNEH, •    75 k. Third sh, cor Deer. Kxoeiator Meat Mark#-!. Fresh, .^all an.! hulked Meats, Lard. sausage*, Oyakers aa*! Poultry. NY VV J ATCHFS, JEWELRY, AC. •buy the Aur#*rm Railroad WaU h. BeiKiiriug a M*^Jalty. Flank fTnwpL (rf K. Third st A. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, 116 Central Avenue K, PKOFLNNlON AL. T. ROLPH, M. D., Physician and surgeon Office over Lvon’s Drug Store. Residence,Central Avenue' Telephone No. U. Call# mat be left at Lvon’a. ejector rn* a simple ami pia<-ti«ai statute could render It, ami tis th#* public -ately would i>#*rinit I have Ste.#.lily tip iK#—#*#J every etlYwrt U# impose untie#-* —ary resin# tton-and imptacti#al*le- nguii«ti<«ns upon our elect ion system. vrhi«h are n#»t adapted to **nr free iti-t it utlon-. or whi« h would render our elations enormously ev-peu.-ive aud vexatious It is t«* I** regret- eii<teav**rs h .e tas-u only jmrttally successful. In the interest of an honorable compromise of di ver-«* opinion s. anil with a sincere de-ire to sirree up*»n a bill which should accomplish somethiug tow arri- the purification of «»ur elect iou#, even though it shall lint l*e wholly satiafa# t#»rv, I have felt cams! tai n«*d to yield my view - as to several provisions which I mti-t still #h*«*in int perfect and which I ti mil} brlieie will l»e -o p tier.# fly reganl«sl when th#- <l«*f#-# t- shall I*- more fully dis#*kn«ed in the practical op. ration •of t he n«‘w s>stem I have not streuuously in-i-ted ut*#»u my ow ii coavict toils in re .-art! to the mere details of the measure, so long a- no -ar render of rss»*nti.'il principles ha.- I <-< ti re quired— principles vital to the mainte name #*f free msniuM I -urti.-nre It may. however. U- -afelv a— -rte#! that the cob-skit ut tonal objections h«-r»*t#>fore urged to the other bill* upon I he -ame subject have N»#e»i removes! aud the oilier principal «d*-/#s#-ti«*ns previously sugt:e»te#i have Iv-en largely obviated 'Hie governor enumerates the objection able features of the bill- in reloforv v«-to«**l, alai prooeods: Atter the veto of the thin! bill m new }Mbcy wa- apparently inaugurate*#!, aud ti*#* Ie*jt-Ialure, tiiti»ugu it- #»#inmitt#*#*s, pruc*#e#l#s| iu K«sai tau h to frame a ballot reform measure, not f*#r the object ut embarrassing Hie executive ami inviting a fourth v«*to, but iii the laudable d#--ifv to prod nee a satisfactory Im ll w hi# ii w oubl merit approval. lo liiat cud v-##uferetic«*s wire sought au«l had vv .th the r# prv-eutativr» of tile Mallot liel •nu bagne of Nev* York, ic-well a- wii b tin I# ital advisors ut the executive, aud the re-uit is the iii* I Mortons bill u.*vv lafore me. which has re#vive I the unanimous -upjs»rt of lite legislature, ami which I choerfully approve. Th#* que*Mmu a- to what interests or which political party has conceded the nn*w in the enac tment of this compromise uteasure, o|s*us lip an unprofitable di># us a#«>n A plain ami concise Ktateineut of the provision- of th** hill a- agreed U|M»n is all that it is wise to contribute to that a«*ne. and that much cannot w#*ll he avoid ed The bill provnh-s for the private booth or ct iii i pa rf men t system, in which the voter must enter and where he ta at liberty to prepare his ballot iu ##*» ret Thai provision I have urged and carn* stly n*«-ommeudi*d ever situ#- it was first *ugg«**ted The hill provide- for ladepeudent as well aa party noun nations, ami authorizes th* printing of all ballots at public expense VY bib-origiually doubt mg the wisdom of the-e j innovatious. I have repeat#*d1y -lated iu my various messages that I entertained no aeneus objec tion thereto, provid* d the power*# conferred were carefully g-iard#*#l with Dot-ea-ary and suitable r»--t rid ions for the prevention of abu-#- it may well be dolt bird whether thence pruvi-iou# will effect all the reforms claimed iii their be half or that they will materially reduce the expenses of candidates, hut they are worthy of a fair trial The “blanket ballot, which has been one of the leading feature* of all the previous bill*, ha* been abandon# 4 To that form of ballot I have alway* strenuously objected, believing it 19 be not only unnecessary, but un vc aren ted by tlie constitution. There has been substituted in it* pla?e the form»of ballot now to use te which p«*«>ple are a# -custom***! and lo which I firmly believe they desire to adhere. Fat#-!# set of nom in- ’ ation- is te be printed on a separate ballot, and one additional ballot is to be furnished un vv hi* h only the nam#** of th** office* to be fille#! are to ba printed: and each rotcr on enteringtl#e (tolling place, ist*»l*e given ane set ut these ballote, aud upon entering the private compart incut he is to select one of them to vote ami to return the others to the iiollot clerks. Tile bill also pn*\ iiles for a new ape# it-* of ballot, known a-a paster” led lot. vv hich the elector eau procure outside of the polling place at hts own home or el***-where—and which he is at liberty to bring with him to the polls; it may lie gttinui#*#! upon the lutck aud he is allowed to pa-te the whole thereof upon any of the official hoi Iota wtiieh may be hand***! him and vote thcsame. The “(taster’* lialiot answers every purjavseof the “unofficial ballo!" *-on lemplated in the I.tnr«ou tall, aud preserve* every substantial right of the elector. In-sfcea#! of placing his ballot in aa official envelope the elector is allowed to athx the to nu ofBcutl covering, which really ) (scrfY>rm» the #ems vervioe as kb# envelope . The illiterole voter max effectually inili | cate bi* cholee by t he aw of the “paster" ballot, arid be is n«4 required Btl perform the ui*f»os*able teak of or a-nag imsihi which he < annot read or of tn.-ikttig ilia j criminal i##ns w hich he cannet comprehend A constitutional ballot la sacredly pre J served. An elector is permitted to vote a ballot which « out*in* the uuae# ftf Ila I offices to be Iill**d and the names of the ‘ candidate- of bis choice and those only. Nothing el-e is permitted upou the ballot I For the piir(M#se of still further guarding j th#- rights of the elector and avoiding the ! constitutional quest ion* heretofore raised, ‘ one official ballot which the ele*-t#>r is to I j rei-eiv** and u(ain w hich he is at liberty to affix hts “pa-ter” ballot, contain* only the j names of the office* to Im* lill«*#l. It cannot, th«*refore, Im- said in <*«use the ele#-tor use* that form of liallot that any other names ! ' of < audidatcs appear upon it, alowe it, or J # und«*r it, ex#s-pt those for whom he in-I tends to vote. In one s-iis#*. it may h»» urger! that the Vxclu-ively official bal lot” is still ret al n«*d That may Is- -o, but in another aud brooder view it is apparent that its peculiar char teteristic- have !*•♦•■ largely' destroyed or eliuiin tt#-d I ain not disposed, however, to haggle about n»*-rc wwt«l» or usel#**s techuir alitiea. It is immaterial what tile form of ballot or the method of voting pr#*s« rit»<**| im this bill may may be called. so long as the vital and *-*Ncntial rights of ♦ lectors, for which I have alway* c**u-fr-nded, a ie -ub-t ant ia!ly preserv**d aud protected During all the cxmtroversy of the post three years I have invariably insist*-*! upon the right <*f an elector to pre (•are his ballot al heme and to bring it with him t#j th*- (tolls ami to vote it. aud *o long as this bill does not materially ua-fringe ii(K»n that right, I ain content, f have never obje# t#*d to any reasonable regulations vv hich have tree* suggested, surrounding t he casting of a ballot, the honest purpo-** of w hi# !# ha- been the preservation of the s#*crecy of the ballot an«l the promotion of the purity «f election*; but I have op|H)-ed every *-fl#>rt. no matter how dis ! guised **r insidious it may have been, ‘ w hi* Ii has sought to iiodermiue the principles of tiiauh«»od suffrage and to «*st*b-li.-h 4 4>iiditioits, restrictions and qualification- not authorised bv the constitution ! itself. Relieving that this bill d«ie* uot iutei* ■ fert* with the rights of illiterate v*jterv, I I am sati-ri*-! with its provision* in that re- J sjiect. bn Uke the first t wo bills, this one applies to all el«**-tions tor public *>fti*-er* j by taili<>t, except s* bool elts-tinns There was no propriety in having two different I vt-terns of election throughout the state, J on#- it|>(»licable t»> citi«*s and another to muni* ipal aud other baal elections in tho I country. < hie defe#*t w hr b has existed in all the previous bills, from which I have withheld my approval has been cured in tilts. A system of numbering the stub* up**n each Iva!lot ba- been devised, whereby it is Is-lieved that tile evasion of the • Au-t (allan-v-Dm of cot mg known as ri lie I’asuianinn d#*dge‘‘ ha* b#*»*n effectually pr*vcnte*l This is regard**#! aaa moat valu- , able improvement. The eooceded unc#»o- | -tiiittional 11on in relation to the elec ! tii»n of bal!#*! « lei ks contained in the last bill, upon which the whole structure of that bill reste#l. has iieen rej«** te#l and a valid and proper provision inserte#!. Tile provisions embraced in all the pre vions bill-, applying the new system to el#**-ti#*r»s where const imtioiial amend metits «>r other similar quest mu- are to be submitted to the p»*ople, have b«*en strick en out. The obi system of voting i». therefore. still left applicable to such eh*#nous Tin* nu rn lier of ele**t#irs necessary to pre s# ut independent nomination* ha- been in creased from that required in the last two bills. The enlist rue* ion of the prop#*-*-#! private b**ot h or com|*artmeut has i*een more s|#e#itif-ally ptr.*'.ri!«l than im the vetoed bills ami substantially confrsrm* to the provision* of the Lin son bill in that re gard. The prnv i*ion giving two hours to workingmen in which to vote <*n election day without deduction of their pay, first r**coinmended by me in my annual tnea-sage of and afterwards incorporated in th** Liu-on bill of last year, has l*een iu-cltided in this measure. It is to Ie regretted that a proper j general tvgiatration of electors is not pro ! v id*-*! for in the bill. It is true that I have t heretofoD* insisted that such a provision I is a ne.r-ssary accompaniment of ageuuiri#-electoral reform bill, au<! should be cob j t iM»#d therein I have yielded my views ciety wholly alien to them GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. BY Hwmm af tike Congressmen B ear It XX *«uid Curtail the Dpporttinily of Aim mans far Obtaining Cheap triumtiwn—Mr. Lodge Nay* It Would Npread Republicanism—Other Kuilnrn. WABINGTON', May 3 —The house yesterday del>ated and finally rejected the international copyright bill. Mr Flower of Pennsylvania pre-#-ut#*d the joint resolution of the New York legislature in fnv#ir of an increase of pay to letter carrier*. Referred. Mr Milliken of Maine pre-«-uted. and the house Milopfed. the c#uif«*reu#-e re(**rt on the l#a Fayette, lad., public building bill. The limit of «-o-i i- ssO.tnh). The same action was tukeu #»n the conference rv(x»rt aa the Che-ter, Pa , public building bill The limit of #-**st is ti\*d at ^Ni.tro On mot I..a of Mr O’Neill of Penney! vauia a resolution wa* adopte#! s#*ttiug apart Saturday, June 14, for the delivery of eulogies# upou the late Samuel J. Randal: The house then rmuimd the considera tiou of the copyright bill. Mr jjopktnsof Illinois said that the ostensible pur|M#*e of the bill was to extend the rights of American nut hors to foreign authors But the measure m<*aiit vastly more than this. The iuevitahle rest# It of it would la* to ere ate a gigantic publishing monopoly, which tvouhl raise the price of every b**#jk and periodical print**! in this country and would impose a tax on every teenier of IsMrks, fnuu the boy with his primer to the college professor with his scientific Work. It would affect the reader of every period i* a1, aud even the reader of the rural news palier won hi sutler. Congree* could not afford to tax every Ameri«-au reorler for the benefit of the foreign authors, who were paid enough in their own country without invading American soil and taxing the American reader The lull wa- opposed by Mr. Mills of Texas who thought it wmulil itwreasr the price »*f the f«*tvign authors’ b#a»k ami stop the wheels of civilization by making literature expen-ive. Mr Carlisle supported the bill on general principles Mr l#Nlge of kl ass ach uaetts, speaking iu support #»f tire bill, said the argument of the opposition was that the hill w as going to make literature riearer to the American public. It would do nothing of the kind; that wits the Imsetst assumption ever made. France had hail an international copyright for year*, ami series of books were issued there for b cents ami even J cent* a number, and these book- the b**-t literature of France: uot the off scouring of the literary gutter* of other countries. It wa* the same w ith Germany. The ef feet of this law would tie to substitute for the works of France the work* of American authors Speaking a-* one w ho bad followed in a humble way the «Hi*#*er of literature, he aske«t whether any one could imagine that the American ant hor would not desire Balfour’* S|**-e«-li Help# tkf 4i*»xer*ui»eat*s BHI—Australian Feileratlon. May\ —Mr. Balfour’B lirllliant speech on the Irish land purchase HU, iu th#- house of cam luau*, imineasely aiiied the bill ami greatly added tv hi- own reputation as an orator. The speech was markedly free from the (ating sarcasm ami incisive invective which uauaHy char arteriae the d«*clain*tory **ffort» of the Irish *t*#-refary, an«l his    a1 #»p|«#»aen(» have fr#*ely j#»ine#l with the members of hi* own party in ex Ur mil ng their ceugratu tions. The severe snub w hi* h the Marquis of Hartington arlmini-tered to Mr. Chamberlain Thursday night supping aliundant evidence that the itss-nt breach lad ween them growing out of the qu*-.stinu of lead ersliipof the I uiottist party in theabaeBce of l##*rd Hartington is uot only uot healetl, but is not likely to l*e AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. kl spite of t lie cav aller treatment w hit Ii rh** A usi nil tan delegate* to London re e*i*.*-*i at the ha*«l# of the hacks* at cran mons, the i|Ut*stiou of federation i« b>*#uu mg iu Australia to such au extent as to compel the re#.-*>gnititju of the principle by the home govet unieni at no very distant date In flirtberaa#sr of the obp-ct an Australian convent iou has been railed to inert within a few w****ks tv formulate a federal constitution ami p*-rf«s t plan- foi-it#> adoption by the various se*.ti«*us The question of prohibiting further in ferment- m Westminster Abbey has now oa-nmed an a-p»*ct which promine* Die success of those w ho have long (a-lteved that the |ira# tier should oea-e Acorn mission ha- la*#-n appointed tocou-ider the matter of select mg a sf*e*ial place for the aet na! burial of distinguish#*#! person# w hic h shall lie under the exctilsive control t»fihe abbey and iuteruient therein r#* garde*I a.-conferring the s.:me *legr«*e of honor ii (sui the memory <*f the dead a# burial in the abbey has hit herto (lone. The (dane of the commission ai-*# contemplate the ultimate removal to the new burial (da#-#- of all the ladies now resting in the abbey. A magnificent reception will be tendered to Mr. Stanley next w#r*ek. on which «k> casion tile explorer will Ie welcomed by a iiuist distinguished gathering. The statement that Mr. Stanley intends to become a Hriti-h subjts-t is unfouu«ied It is nu doubted!) true that he had rinmght* *»f <loing so. but he is odvi-cd that his iiatii ali/.atiou would in all probability vitiate the American copyright of hi* latest ami most i lo j-ort ant l>c*4*k and he will not take tlie ri-k Father Sc by turf rom. th#* (*erman mi-si unary who i- r*--(s*ii-.i(>le for many of the statement- affecting stanley - motives ami met ho#!# in Iii- rescue of Hmm. has joined Km in’s expedition. The st net- of Hamburg are infested by night w ith gang- of robljers, whose #iepre «lation# have made ped***triani-m at late hours ext r»*iiiely unsafe. The (atli#-#* -<s“iti to I#- powerless to rern#*dy the evil, and the citizens are al*out totake i he matter in th#*ir ow n hand-to the extent of dealing suiu-1 niarily with every lo«*t («*#i (aught. J 'I lie Russian govern ini-lit ha.- graut«**l A STRIKING MAMA. THE CHICAGO MOLDERS ARE NEARLY ALL INFECTED LAT KIST ARRIVALS at rn i: a great cinulatiou aud the corns#ponding i    for    t    he    iin(>roveinent    of    naviga profit of cheap literature. It wa.- what the author would rather have, hut no American publisher would attempt to print American books in any of those cheap e«litiou* because he ba*! t*» pay the American a royalty and the foreign author none. It was a dir**ct diacnmiuat ion against tbe American author. And the combination aud monopoly that were talked «*f— where were they p*****e»se<lv There was our lying i ffM'* hut in th# -ire* I he guards charged lion in the river Don. Rioting iii Bm rec I on a. Barcelona, May 3 The strikers were very riotous throughout the day and greatly obstmeted bttsinesn. The civil giianl having fade#! to quell the disorders a-tate of -ieg#* has lie# ti #le#-lared. At lit o’clock last night the rioter- -et fire to a %hoiit Three Th orison #4 «*f Thru* Go Out XX itbout Knowing BYI#*! The) XX ant. Non-! Ilion Alen Assault###] hv Strikers. Scleral Employers Grant the Demaiitl for Eight Honrs. Chicago, May 3.—It is estimated that J,UUU iron mohlers and tlieir helper* went on strike yesterday. Eighteen hundred were employed at the Chicago Malleable Iron work#, the largest concerti of the kind in ('Im ago Sh«»rtly after I t*'oli*ck In the afternoon a Duiuler *>f non-union molder* who were (s-ing conveyed in a wagon to McCormick'n harvester works w**re attack*#! by striker# at Hlue Island avenue and Th!rty-second -Hee! The window- of the bas were broken and -ev»-ral of the or# ii pants were more or Ie— injured 'Hie driver dodged I Im* ism k— which were aimed at hi# head. ami, lushing his horse*, #u«**'ee#l#Ml in e*cap mg. A r#*(Kirt *#f the M—ault wa* tele phoned tr* the nenre-f p**lice #tation aud a Mquad of ortioer# »eut to the work# VII of th** far tori#*# and #hops along the ltlack roo*! were « lose#! and busine** on that *#*Ie(>rate*l thoroughfare i# at a com (dele standstill. At n*N>u the rtuu em pioyes of tbts Ajax Forge company, near the M« (’ormick fik#-tory, struck for an eight hour day. By N a. in. so many of the employ*# of the McCormick fact * try ha#! ((int work that it wa.# found tmpo**ible to keep the work- running, and the steam wa- -hut off for the day • The works will not **♦* -tailed again until the troll bitts with the men have all l*een adjusted Th#'striking molder* have made no effort to procure a meeting with the employer# and the latter are in absolute ignorance of what is demanded The hulk of the men also do uot weft# to know tlieir own mind and say that they struck be-< a use ordered to do so by their leaders. The whole affair ha# the apfiearan#** of L ing a simple ca-** of strike fever. The : nm borities apprehend no further disturb-i un ce. rhe men employed at the Go*»dwillie I*ox fa# tory struck for eight hours yesterday morning. At noon their demand wa# ie re.!**#! to and they returned to work. | The men at the Coo(»er Luiidwr com ( any - yard# were al-#* victorious. The firm sgried to grant the eight hour day aiel the men went to work at noon. Four hundred men employed by Damma I Durka-, furniture factory, struck for I eight bt ii irs. {-even hundred men employer! by the Cliica ri‘ < i*f tage Drgan company are also effect* ti by the-trike fever and refuse to | go to work until granted the eight hour day. I rouble is brewing in the lumber yard*. and the prosjx-ct is that unless granted m ii! hours and more pay the lumber * r . s# verat thousand men, will quit v.*>rk If tlic-e men strike it will shut ii vv ii w**rk iii most of the yard- and tie up 1 all the -out bv -stern luiu(*er trad#*. I 'i ii * mion waiters arc also threatening to -Irik*- uni#-# certain demand# are c#*iu-j ( !i«-d w itll. dormant iu tbe cheap reprints. If this iiiMHKiinr were «lefeat«*d that trust would leap into life. There was one other ajqienl he wonted to make. and that wa# that congress should furnish to the reading public, to the girls and Ixiys, to the young men and women of an impressionable age, books which were Americau books, a#* foreign b##ok#; u**t t he cheap books of Prance, dedicated, as Matthew Armdd had saiti, to the Dodd#*— of Lu brit it y; not tile ms-ond class of English novels *l*out duke# and duchesses and l**rd# and I od ic- not books which con tamed ideas hostile to our instil ut ion-, but Aun*ruau books that wonid breathe Aliter iran idea- aud tench them to re-(*e* t and atlinire Anteri* an governaieut andstxiety, and uot a system of government and so I u (Kin the mob ami drove them aw my, j : wounding several Another mob at tacked I the printing office where the |ir##-laiiiation I declaring the -i**gc wa# !*eing (irinted. aiel the rteop- were cal bt out to protect the building-. Similar qui rage# are rejxcrtcsl J from Snragoasa, Sexto- and Alicante A Dtstmrtive xt**t». PARI#, .May 3. -The -trike at Koubaix is I extending to adjacent ctmituitnes. The , -triker*attacked Holden’-factory stCroix, intending D» plumier it. They xhatb-red I ail the vviinlow-, ami had nearly elTc* tcti I an eutram-e, when the tm#,p* arrived and »lrove them *>fl The ni(*l* then prooeerled ■ to the telegraph office ami gutter! it. upon tha» (stint only upon the assurance that -u* h a measure, which wa# agreed ii(H«n by the leading iej*re#eutative# of l#*t Ii (m*1 it leal parti**#, ami pa—cd th#* sen ate nearly unanimously, would also pas* the assembly. I have relied upon the good faith of the h-_i-l.ittire in r#*#j*e<-t to that (•ill. iu »ppr#*ving this measure with the registration provisions omitted. The new met la si <*f voting which this lull adopts is not fur A..-teolian system, but it ism ma ten ii ipo*litt#"#t» ii of it The good featnre* of that system have (sen sought to tx* r* a I ac-! ii I ,i- mea-ii t c, while it - It rd oms# it *.*    •* en rep** led. I’lie n«*w iiieth***! may m *ic aji’iropi lately (a-styled the American :. ion ii cie* 11 n - v -t em, las au##* it anus at prat t teal rat lur t him theoretical reform David B Hill" THE TONNAGE BILL. Hr. tly#* Experts Gr«*»t Things pen it It Puss#*#. \Y vsiftNurov. May 3. -Senator Frye will report to#lav tr un t lie committee on columel** having already (x?t-n authorized to •lo so. the * .ll known a- the “Shipping league t*#nn.i .• bill, already favorably rejx>rt#sl fr-m Die committoe on merchant marine of the he As- of rejuvsentatives, with amendmeuta. He will also to-day report, with tbe sanction of the commit-t«s*. a I*# 11 “to provide for ocean mail service between the I lilted States aud foreign ix*rt# and to promote commerce,” which has been known on the Frye bill. Senator Frye has reason to lielieve that if this bill -hall become a law, the finest fine In the world will lie built aud put on lx*twe#*u New York and Liverpool at the earlic-t day possible. Also that a line of second-clan* steamship* will be established for them lx*tvv#s*n New York and the Rio del Platte, al.-o two lines from the Pacific coast to Japan, (Tuna am! Australia. The bill in no wise conflict - with the tonnage bill also reported, a# there i- a provision in the bill that the steamships employed under it shall not receive any other bounty or subsidy from the treasury of the I nited State#. The strength of this bill in the matter of encouragement to capital to invest in new lines. Ii*-# in the fact that a contract for t#*« year# i- provided for, also in the other fact that thcoe line* are permitted to receive from the nations to which they carry moils, additional pay for returning theirs. Judgment* % gainst Ex-Gov. Cornell. New York. May 3.—Two more judgments w <*rr (lix keted against ex Governor A. R Cornell ve-terday. One wa* for ANS ami t he other for FLC* The Garfield National Iwmk was plaintiff in both mw Mr. Covert of New York ami Mr But terworth of Ohio -jxike in sup(M»rt of the bill. The vote wa# flu n takeuou the third reading of the bill aud it was defeated— yens, tfc, nays. Ut. Before the announcement of the result Mr Breckenridge ot Kentucky, who voted in the affirmative, changed his vote ti* tile negative for the purpose of moving a reconsideration. Mr. Hopkins moved to lay the motion to reconsider on tlie table, ami Mr Adam# of Illinois to take a recess. A vote wa- taken on the recess mot iou aud it wa# defeated, but a# the hour **f 4 o'clock had arrived the chair declared that under the rule the house wa# in mess until 8 o’clock. The motion to reconsider and to lay that motion ou the table went over to Int acted upou to-day. At the night session the house passed *#eveot«*en private pension billa. IN IHI; SENATE. Washington. May 3.—The senate yester day passed tbe customs ad in mist rations (•ill. Mr. Mitchell offered a resolution which went over till to-day, calling #>n the secretary of the treasury for information a# to the imp#*rtation aud exportation of gold and silver due in the year INK!*; and a# to bank notes retired anti the kind of money issued to take their place. The concurrent resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Dolph requesting the president to enter into negotiations with the govern men t# of Great Britain and Mexico with a view to securing treaty stipulations f#»r the prevention of the entry of Chinese laborers into the Fluted States wa# taken up aud agreed to. The custom# administrative bill wa* taken up, and after a few- amendments had beeu acted upou w as passed—y ea*, 35; nays, 18. Adjourned. A Bank Su«|»eiul» Eminent. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., May 3 —About 2 p. rn. yesterday a notice wa# posted on the door# pf the Merchant*' hank in this city notifying depositor# that the Iwmk w*ould suspend busine*# tem porn rily. The fact that tbe statement had lx>en circulated that Hie Imiik was connected with tbe defunct Bauk of America of Philadelphia caused the depositors to make a heavy ruu on it ami the fund# ran out. A meeting of the #t#x;kholder* has been called to arrange the difficulty. The statement of the connection with the Bank of America is denied by the cashier. O. R. Bunkie, but the main l»ank, with its branee# at Pleasantville, Mullica Hill and F.gg Harbor CIU have beeu all ordered closed. Want it I*u-t poneU. Wa-HINgton. May 3 A great runny l«etition# op}*osing th** tariff1 bill goinginto #-ffect the fir-t day of July next have lx-en received by the way* and means commit t**»*. t.'ommittees -tate that it i-altogether likely that it will not go into effe#*t before .July I, l*U1 THE MARKETS. New York l’r*»#lu#e Ll*'hang**. New Your. May 3. FLOCK Clo##*! -ready yesterday. Fine gra#l#*- winter. S2.1tfc&£.5(l; do spring. tlJ8®2.25: | -libertine winter, 2.W*'itin spring, k-M(ftf j X..Hit ex! rn No. t winter. §2 T.Va3.lf*: do -prin*, i J2.6.V/A'O; extra No. I winter, >t. lo# t.*f.; do; npring, tLM 'iiS; city niiiis extra.    4..T1 t«*r We#! Indies. Southern flour cioseri steady; 11 ad*! and family extras, $3.lo,-1 av WHEAT Option* were fairly active yesterday, but there was no feature of moment in connection with the dealing#. The closing price* were generally *■*!?»• l%c below those of Thursday. Sj»**t -##U- of No. 2 red w int*r4*t No. 3 do, VU -WV^c; No. I bard D*l-I nth, Fl.tti; No. 2 risl winter May, WG*; do June, U7l^c; do July, *.*k ; d«» Aug., t*4c. CORN — Options were strong and on covering by the -holts pri* es closed Vahigher. Spot lot# closed strong. !#(***» -ales of No. 2 mixed. t    No3do, Ile; steamer mixed. 42V'fAil*c; No. 2 mix**! May Rad do June, 41‘ac; clo July, 4l*4c: do Aug.. 42%r. OATS—Options were strong and fairly ac-tiv'e. closing N#*.* X4* higher. Spot lots closest strong Ic higher. s»p**t sal#*# of No I white, :Kc; No. 2 do iiVqc; N#». I mixed. Sic; No. 2 do, 'Xm : No. 2 mixed May, She; d*» June, 31 Ne : do July, ^1V. KYE Dull. BA KLEY Nominal. Pl IRK Dull; new iii*-*#. fl4.ifW14.2Y L AUD Cliis'i fairly active an i firm; June, *.;.•*: July, *6.s'» Aug..    »*.tC, BUTTER-- thready; we-teru (reamery, lte-l 1#’^-; ea-teru extra, balf-tirkiu tubs, 16%Itflyc. CHEESE Siea*l>: fac*tory New Y#*rk cbed-#iar. new, \o i 1»M (#>; western Hat. IU** liflyc, Eggs steady; ea-tem first-, 12*>^<    ;    west ern hrets, L.n4«<i 12V«c. Bu (ta iv Fro* isioo Market. BcrrAUO. May 3. WHEAT VV **ak: No. I hard, IO**; no No. I northern off*-red. VV inter wheat—No. 2 re# I, U7c; No. I white, UY- ashed. CORN—Higher; No. 2 corn. 3* rec; No. 3 do, 47c; No. 2 yellow. ;Wyc; No. 3 do, .TTMc. OATS Firm; No. 2 white, IL* -#c; No. 3 do, .tliF; No. 2 mixed, St. BAKLEY Strong No. 3extra Cambia. <M *, OTmi; N»c 3 regular, U*'. #)!*•. RYE Dull. FLUt’R Firm: apring wheat, best patent, par bbl., $-Yri6%4LtlUc and low grade, krio. Winter wh«-at l**-st family, ^4.73m>V2V; grafiatn, »4.3>. BUTTER Creamery fancy, lWi3(g; do choice. IT** 18c; d*> wr-tera fancy, ITfiz Lac. CHEESE Fancy full cream per lb., llSid 12c; choice do. loq * Ile; good do. bJ&4]U^c. fc*i(fS state and Canada, strictly fresh. crates, LitiL.%c; wotera fresh. 12c. WEEKLY REVIEW OF TRADE 'I tie Gait look for l.#-git Dilate Tra#Jr Le*** Fa# ora lite. New York, May 3. H. G. Dun fit Co.’n weekly review of trode says: “Prospect# of silver h-gi-lation having become 1«*hs tlistitict. some of the #(o*cillative niarket# have tea* te«i from tile resent advance. At the same time, the outlook for iud list riex and legitimate trade is dis tinctly less favorable, owing to damage to wheat and cotton and Ixlor disturbance* The accounts of injury to winter wheat grow more definite, and for«*#hadow a lower official report than that of last month. A *|*erial cotton report from Memphis indicates planting *27 (H*r cent against 32 jx*r cent. at this time last year, unfavorable weather in 5.38 out of fl<»# re turn- material injury from ftxi much rain, ami extensive loss from floods (»a|v«*ston crop rejNirts are also gi«xjiuy, because of too mm ti rain, ami St louis report# un favorable weather, while the market# at (Tiicago have lieeti much influenced by in formation of injury to wheat. From St Paul, omaha ami Milwaukee rej*orta of t he nut lo**k are more favorable, hut short crop# of winter wheat and of cotton would I*#* felt iii a1! It aries next fall. “It 1 - awed encouraging that the lator demonstrations have thus far l**d D» no violence, and in a number of rdtie# the desire of employers to avoid strike# ha# cause#! full or partial concessions. These have (ilainly em*#mrag**d strikers els** where to insist upon demands which em plovers say it is not possible toconce*le, s#j that there is more prospect of prolong**d ami serious controversy than there wa# a week h-'o. As yet the markets for ma terial# have n(*t lx»en affecte#!, though sale# «#f lander are restricted in some cities. But it i- (x-rceived that sue*'**## of the movement is certain to increase the coat of produc ti#»n in many dc|s(rt merit#, the |iiice' of many necessaries and the rent# of buildings; a change which will not conduce t«* busine## activity. Higher wages would at least enable workers to purchase more freely, but smaller (iiwduttion and larger rents will not have that tendency. The immediate prospect is that many industries may la* to some extent disturbed for w***-k# to come. “The rejx*rt# are generally favorable a# to the volume of business. At Boston, wool i# st re niger on some grade# that are scarce, and sal#-# rea#-hing 2,fiUt*.<iU0 (ammi#, and yet no improvement whatever i# dete<*ted in the market for gorals, there or here Difficult ic*# in the clothing trade do not abate, and apprehension of more failure# causes uneasiness in this and other cities. “Money has not been di#turl»e«l this work. holding steadily at 4 per cent on call here. easier at Philadelphia and in fair supply at other cirie# at the rate# there usual Then* is much less complaint of -low collection# throughout the Northwest. (fi x! crap# aud large sales of farm product- have made things comparatively easy at the West, but the effect# of two -ucce—iv*- (>(>#*n winter# are felt in Kastern nun kets. “Failures during the last seven days for the I inte l .States 1x5, for (.'amula 2b, total 211, conip«rc*d with 218 last week. For the c*#rre*poicm»K w#*#*k of last year the figure# were D c failures- iu the United State# and 25 in < 'amula * T#» H**« p Their Record# Consistent. ( \N asrim.TDN. May 3L—Representatives Sayre# of Texas aud Bland of Missouri have COV ere I into the Unite#! States treasury the money stolen by Silcott which the court of claim- determined was flue them. During the discussion of the Silcott bill in the house I hear gentlemen held that the ; members and not the government should j suffer tbe loos of this money. I Ladies* and C hild i cn'« Hose Snpt*c>rteri Linen and C'uttun Lac cg. Lad ie h' and Children's Hosier. Best Commercial Note Paper and Knvclnpcs. ('hail' Scat# and S**win<r Table#. The Downing Fteelining Back Carriageg. Clothes 11 a in pt rs. Waste and Lunch Baske!* Ladies' aud Misses'Silk Lace Mitts. The Celebrated I*. Centenier Kid Gloves. Doll Carriages and Express ( arts. Adjustable Wire Spring Window Sort ens. I ii I att ta' Lace Caps aud Collars. School Bag# atli I Featlier Dusters. Lawn Tennis and Croquet Se!#. Base Balls, Bats, and Catching Gloves. erih; store SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ^ rf IDU AKI A OO., Patent Attorn*** i, 61.1 7tl» v4 8L, daslungtou, D t .,opt* I S. Patent Gt-rlcc. Palciiu, Cav#*Mt» and Ite-lssiHMi secured. rra*h* Mark** register##I Alt Patent huxint'-s oon*liict«#i for ino*lerat«* Fees. Information, Advice aud H|H*ciai references sent on request Sui IM! bt $2d(UMI % JIO!)™ caS m ‘dr • working La* us. Persons preferred who tan furnish a honor and give their whole dine to the busnurss. Spare moments may he proht-.#bjy t-mpioye*! al-o. A !«*w r at am ie* in towns and cities, ti. F. JOHNSON A CO,, ic**/ Main SU, Rh hmoitd, Vra. U'(»R SALK,—Two htnhling lot-, 5tt\*vn, on I Leopard*tr*'(‘t near Imiriti-tr**et. Inqiiin* nt 73 E. Fourth street. KF.MGV VU Dr. I.**., t.. Ult*’ k Im in !ta- reiii*>« *<i Im* «>ffl«*e amt residence to No. iftfc* |>..*c -nee! OI-Fir ic Hoi an-lu a. hi. tin ii’Htu; 1 p.m. By em \\ t* we in . wan Du I. iiiisfitions 01* also what width id till 4 p. rn. sundae foreuo Hp|Miint?ueiit. •ii him! w#*ekda> evening-bv W U N I n |l#l>»< k. <>n Salary or « oui "* 90nil— mn. VV 1 ic for term- v SALESMEN Rim hi ter, N A. ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchants Bank Building.*' Impute of (f    Jacob    W1 rtner or Frank Mav. GARL SCHAUER 159 East Third St., I fits just received a full IG Overcoats and Trooring: E<|ua] to any in the city, at prices that will pay you to Hot* hill! Indol * purchasing. Buffalo, N. V. »* have freipient rtMjuests tnail for samples of new ’n-oitleries. Such retpiests are pleased to receive, but beg to ask for particulars re ira rd to the samples State whether et •k-tlouncings, ami some ea <»1 tile price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to nom* in tin* country and su-perior to any in Buffalo. roar Reliable Nursery rni    f    , I lie money value we offer is simply unparalled. J here are edgings from f of an inch to IS inches wide iii cambric, jaconet, nainstmk and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in with hs of edging and on all desirable kind terial. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing** in the widths from 18 ineln inches. Sjiecial lines edges at 5c, Die, 2T»e j»er yard. A UAM. MblHKUX A "A MUK KOOS. j New goods for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, tin* cotton stock and the white got ids stock. By “complete” we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new goods—all the variety that tin* best purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. J he, \\ inter stocks are of luring great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advantageously. different insert ion 4 of lint* different ies to GO of cambric 12|c, 15c and IIH.* OI ami OUR SPRING AND *SIM-MEK LINK OF OrJord Ties and Ad arn, Meldrum & Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, lt<M*it.|;*n<| Stationary, american hum a, 'IMI-Ute JU A IA STIC KMT, _RU    FFA LO. N. Y. C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer. :w;4 MAIN st., buffalo, n. y. VVir HAV lh I ULM IN PATENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM MIN OS. W E A LSC> 11A V K A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TH EK SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAK. SULLIVAN & SON, 21 8 Centre Street, BICA!.KH IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Ulrw.k#, Silverware, L<*atli#*r Graals, ct#,*. at snit a visa, a (IL it f mil VBR PLA ti so. A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUDA YGOODS :*04 MAIN HTKKKT, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. $500 REWARD! W E will pay the aia»ve reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,Sick Headache, J iidi*teati*m, ( onalipation or Coati ven'-a# a# • annot run* with West’» Veritable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly cM»inp!i*»il with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail to }riv« satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Larpre !aix«», costsiBinf SO Pilh, 2$cento. Beware of counterfeits, and imitations. The genuine maiiu* t ie aren only bv JOU ti C. WEST A CO 8oM t Gy Mo a no ICS I’llAHM ACY. D i kirk, NY,Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. sp YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS BRUK? ■ YOU CET THC WRON9 SOPT; THE RICHT ONES .«[CAiEoPEARL TOPUDME Mid# only tty GEO. A. MACBETH CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. ;