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VOLl III. NUMBER IOa GRAND PJPIDS, MICH, hivlDAV MUhNlNG, APRIL 30, 188a F1V L I - .1 W rfsW , 1 1 12-p aw tnswn in ih the uiwAt of thews be strike ' kmimg -saw amWra huigdit are it wrw tev braveiy tBfB uymlr tsu Iu 'JU ritmli swashed, thw taefiil am "i wad Jtmt cvwaiug the M- M4 i .i by the iatjrrs u hi dfcftwawat firnrPirt hthma met ed -r Mlk tifiMui ' I wiili propwettMa from MjiR. Untt t i .!!. la assess at the pnMi . luxe, end Um ii mannas at MMHt.i-r a ih j . i v , The combined wi owl em tknrHr the In, urged other rec to tea to flfttt toe mm MMMtM and earnestly argiag tueemployeaid eUhsclwtw ... . , ..j-- , iet4ol id nf:iol An hour r two before this iiASwUng th furniture itisnutaetasewa of that ally mei I trenhtd wpoa their ultimatum Witu thai ultimatum 'Mr Til iH 1 llmu u J iiw I r-.j...- -.. ,i 1 4.2 . . . '. bill iU the aawjl kit r rkmgmen which t. I.,. pr 4i a ell a enery 111 Jilt ha Ail Interest. It ma be All pwrihwsj proper that '.ne furtw'.ur uiauufae -(urtrt shall mhuiitt. it., tie-tat mil whatever Mi b Mdi firm or cerporatin shall fan if hiaalOisei 1 1 r rhn tiny shall emplov H.t . . :. . fi. ae th.-fe any p)Mtll 14. use r.,r !.; Bjdol lion of the see- jii.I resolution .it .!, i imaiuiu vb-rrwd to Haing.hpiel it the MMllHllMI seenied 4111 MM ll ili. j. l te published to the wornl. li seems to us like shaking ml 'i :: fa. - if i j ..t -a; . . tn- ftllilwl bull. Tb rwNtlutioii rirrr"t to ihH o!y uncaiWU tut ui firwliniy iiult;tiM th rjriujf .-Un l tn tit. it rh iifii h rriui-t ' it' ;t n tbnr Uuw U 4M( their riniM at the a rtuitfw'i orjjainaUiiJin thes wbt bv thy IWii trvstiuK witti thm fir luring tb (A.it thrur w-k' We b not nntlrtwk U uv (but i-uhIivvm. m this tn iUtiu. thuhJ Ntivii: the k. mhts uf llMtr ir ih I-4-.r I :i..m, Nut we ! iay that when the (a the i.r,er:ty Aii lthe bay r - f the whole ouy n tt tUik that tha rwmtiulttMi referrail lo m 4 u: u- un-Ur-i eiwarv rihle ulmrly mpwiltif N -t .i r :.- !' - ..re w rk- 1 thrtnih their reK'ilerlv pv.int etl . iMiiwiitteee lr i leii '- -i t .e w rk, v ie eiial. tl not sujerior t the ixva oii Mtt.i utterly ignore tht- . hailetifC that . i:-:arntly hovel Into tbe.r torea Tba action o( the furniture w.rk ' i '-laws will ru a lwnte wav !owr-l t'o.'tiM a ptkttl MSH1 went, tbat in other -itiin. n iin.leniah.y (:( up acfain 4 the haety action of or KanMl labor Qtaivl ILapt.N workingraeu have h ivrata'hy of the people for their iletett' man I v action far. let them retain an.i iwerwaae that sympathy by continuing it work and by taking no nothe whatever f the ill aLi-wl reM'ir. ! :i..iim.ii'- i I -nrl .ll.ilM k prt I -iupriue :o.irt nlel .ewn toilaT aw fo4- mm Baa va. 9tahi Trvniavne w Hall v. KliMMf Iwnple th. Pline ,r ii -h J -mi mm Xh-rkle. Harr.-. V I Iron .'lipany Vv I'oiwtruc H .imt tt M II ucbiiue vs. Prieatly , ... . ai - nupbury vs. nnl 1'tN.ple vs Klker rnw v, tonhrt v v( - 1 !i reoile vs. H - vs J.wlyn. rirvu't imlge. n iu h"t44 leu eti IT, April at A1 Piroor thte aftor aaon that law wotarsosW Polish . hnr h, St. alkwet'a. www to bw oawawd by taw aibwf I M ic'sat crowd of P -ies. the theada f patrm watrns a tew r ien. an. the (Mm to fr (4i. iaam Mash April 5. kttfwiina wav airesve.! f w wso harl with 111 1 - lay . VtUmii' t t I .ttta ta. April A -Ahbawgw taw 4av f , j n it s. t 'he ... to f -w 1 s 4 s - s e- kept etitntl -! Uwi ew 1 ww. hfsrh. April Ji. late last awjht WaVBaWi Blwarh. of rsranaba. was ei leahsil H death Hew'.. aa ww train ajgsaj i '.-s egs v -:v ut m mm . i stanw '"-my taw body had ha - - TH re"w-H Si tt T rm aage BlMfc Bb h . wtB Jh Wahhaan M- THtAbON I'he Right of SeceeBion Adaierted by Jelf David. ULQ MH. AQQHLSS USItfiMf, He bay) Ha i "Caaw-Hacdenati" ' T General Government Has No Constitutional Posver to to area a State ' LayinK a Corner Stone M , s-.. A t 1. ."1 I ' e rf- iwwanw today alUii Uut upon the laya. ot taw waraer-aauae ff the fltojfaueri'.e miuu meat were very elahoraa aul intpjeiU, Atuactetl 4 ' it I euli.ustaoti row I K to Vsaito .re.. lel He little a brtet' athirwas atitl 'hen mtnl ucwl Jerter ia IS4VL who aooke lot halt an hour, ii'.f lae Maaoiiu: irrn. .. - a recepUou We het-1 'i iar t ;ti the iiveniors rowin of tne hiatortc ' apit?.'. l'houaan.la of Coti fcslerate veterana alteui?u au lsho-jk hatiil with'... r 1 . iifetlerate Preei'lent. Davis' adiireaa la aa follows 'it la ileepiy raMfyiti(f to me to tie pre setitci lo you by ola oil whom I lenei for atl e when atlvioe was wanting, whose tern e(alltiea alway tnale tue ure that awat he was Jrawin came from the bottom of bis heart. When you called , away II p ace was naiasiug wbicb he oawa fll!el an i I have always desired to li v my band itpon him again. Applause. Faaj it Was whWB VS Bat the .Alter night, lifter years of separation Some ;epi u. the room gave a aanio.iu smile to see two obi weather beaten men emhrace but our hearts were young though our UaiH wrre 1 1 Ax'alr.i here wul so Mm I iiteiaoriwa. thrilling an t tetnler , 1 tave tt 1 that it was .Lwigerous for tue toatUmpt to -.jeak to you aa my heart would prompt me Not thai I am always treasuring up MUeVMea satattist anv one. hut 1 am over flowing wi: h love and admiration for our beloved people Applause. To avoid, ttterefore, anything that might bw prompted by the fit' luces of Btv heart for I believe 1 am case h.i.o!e-ied :n 'hat totidi'ion of citizenship wh.ch leaves tue very little to feir, ap plause. for the purpose of guarding others rather than myself, 1 have prepare 1 some notes that I might rea.1, which would not contain anything that would be construc tive or hurtful . A . . e, ' Ah ii s.iv what you pieae, rM! are in the house m your friends, j. My friends, partners in joy and in s rrow. in 'rials and in suffering. I have come to j , ou is tfje terforiuani e d a sa. re.i lawk; : 1 lay the foundation of a moirimei" .t the r.idle I the oe tolerate g .vetnmeiit which shall I ommeiuorate the gallant sons ot Alabama w 10 Aid for tneir ountry who gave Wieir lives, a fres will ottering. 111 defense of the rights of their sires, won in the war of the revolution, the Stale sovereignty, free lorn and independence, whicii w.is left us an in heritance to their DOWlMitf forever Ttiese rtghta the com pa t of union was formed, tn.t tti dsetrov but the. better to preserve atid perpctsate V hoso '.. tues this can not have attentively rei the Articles of Cwa feleration, r Mte loawtltatiotl of the 1'nited States, the latter formed and OWWMdMd the k-i'er to .:'.: the puriHses of the tirst I' is not tnv purpose to dwul! upon the events of the war. Thev were ianl before vou yesterd.iv t the great s tidier in so able a manner as to requite no supplement from me. They were laid betore you h one who, like Aenea-. '.tftii " 1 ' ' ft mt'.'jiia ii'. wi.' (ieueral John It. ordoi was a soldier who. when our times seenn d ;'A.-kt at Peters burg, was selected by h.s chieftain. lice, as the tiest raan to lead the charge to repel the bev.. v. ng arm v . to make a sortie and at takthe flank an.l reverse to double up (irsnt sarmy, and if I taaysosay in his pres entw here, he failtsl. hut his failure was due to the MRU! Oi hi guiles to carry him where he propoaed to go Again that man and galiant ajIfiiaT the .- upon whm laHcallel at ApWOWjatlOJ where he wanted to kn w whether was possible to break the line thai obstructed his retreat towards them .untaiin . .f Virui ;.t He answered that was iaa thai after four swats af hard fighting his division was worn down foafriz!e It rin' then impossible "o brak the l.ne that ohwtrocatd h;s mar- b 'o the taountains, Is-, like Washington, with out knowing, perhaps, that Washington ever used the expression, said .f he could reach the mountains of Virginia he could continue ti.e war for twenty years Pat when he found the line whvh obstructed his retreat could not be broken be said there was nothing tn do buf to surrender. Re it rniemr er.H l.ee as n t '-he man who contemplated surrender so long as he had the i-ower to right or surrender and when 1 .je .m-m- to the last moment he said 'r'snf. I have come to treat with you for the iarpoee of surreinleriag, iut. I will urrender nothing that reflects upon the 1 or of my irrnv tiu. tirant. like a raan. said he wantel nothing that would j have tbat erTert and r hat Ies might draw . up 'he papers himseif It is not my pur ! pe either 'l;vue let polHical j'les j tittti.t on ehn h my views hav elsrwhere i- er times U-en freely expreasetl; n-n.er to re .ew past ef ept invindl j ration f taW uar ter ind e.ndu t of rf ..s . wh m ' s pr ;.oseii to do honor on this ntss:..n n r w 1 iv .' bw Btisondwr- sf..l hv tuch ss s-e not wilfully j ttad it rasv -s proper m state in the j IwfWATound that Wt have no bsire to fee! 1 the tie t sectional hate, while we do not - '. id whatever rawponsibuity is rl 'Of r '"J o eioti'i ir mii apptausr Revenge nor the sent:- out of a rhivaln.es iopl awd the apothewrn tnat AMHfrWBMI ' easy -o the i ijuml than to those whe inflict aw injury haw liTr h.l 1 pis' : i-.'.us'-at.on than in the pi-eaei-t ttt'tude of the o Mi m s 1 ; ., .. , tWWl I im his t at the Nana on the g the bwli. e . I power and duriag the war of 112 Th ted for the protect ion f sailors of preeervtt kUliuuiaUsi war was wai right? la tl power paser (4 .'.-'. without injury to their rbu right lo withdraw was "iorlh made ready lor war emigs of the storm Were d by the ir.ple of Ala tre.1 sires ud t-ard.r vs. ared aa ihcv were went storm ere it burst on their .ired no lfemosthet.es dettletl, alld The distant 1 readily unde !JU4. ire boys, all un I .rth '. nice' homes. It arouse them to the dutv of renisting the .nvaier no I'atri. k Henry to prepare them lor the alternative of ' 1 ibertv or death.' It was the peop.e aofl the lead era, who resolve! and acted. One sen timent inspired all classes. Vet 1 bwllcvs there Were verv tew who did not regret the necessity which ieft thnn no a.ternative be tween fighting for their iaie or against it Mothers, wives and daughters, choking lau-k their sobs, cheered them on in the path of hotiur and duty. With f.arie.-. treatl these patriots, untrained to war, ad vanced on many a battle-field to look death in the face. Though Alahama, like Kioba must mourn her children in death, yet i.-. her woe tempered by the glorious h t 1 whs h surroun i' their memory. For nntre than a ceutury after bis death, it is said, that Philip iHrvalogne's name was born on the roll of the grenadiers, to whom he belonged, ami when his name ' called it w.i answertsl front ranks, Jf.-rf sw U chump 4 l.o.-ifc.' -ry long, would te the list which would contain ths names of Al mama s sons whose valor and fidel ity would justify the same re pse. To name a few would be unjust to the many. They are all, tiierefore, left w here they sec-u red rejoe, in the hearts of a grateful people. This monument will rest BOB the land for which they dud und point Upward to the Father who knows the ni. lives as well as the deeds of his children, and to them resting in an land where the juticc may be rendered w hich may have Itecn denied them here. In com In-ion permit me to a that taoagb the memory tf our clones post must ever ue dear to us. d.'.ty points to the Bl und tne future. Alabama having rwi UBWd her place in the union, be it yoOXI to f'uitill all WO .hliguiions devolving upon all good citizen ft, seeking to restore the gen eral government to t- pristine purity, and as ls-.f you may to promote the welfare and bapfdaWM Of your common country. , l ong continued app!aue. Citizens of Alahama and ladies turning to the ladies 01 the platform- for to whatever side you may belong it is your sex that has been true always 111 war and desolation. We hear of the valor and virtue- and enduring name of Spartan mothers, but tell inc. when in all the his loty of nations was ever such a ipaota lc :i M was witnessed in the valley of tite Mienandoah' How the tide of war ebln-d and flowed! Sometimes confederates re treated ami sometimes they pursued. Th e people who clainnsl to be our brethren had burned everyt htng except the fences. I (Gov. Watt- ' And tiny woald have bora d them had they not been sion.. Pavis turneii smilingly and repeatwd to the crowd. And why do you suppose they did not burn the fences' Recau se they WWrS -tone" Load tpplaaaw And yet there never was a time when a I ontederate hotly of troops marched down that valley that the ladies did not wave little Confederate flags from tne windows and give bread la the hungry soldiers. Tremendous ap plause." i have promised 1 would not speak extemporaneously and I will not do it. Qod hi-- foa one md all. I love you all from the Itottom of my heart and give you thanks now f r your kindness. reut and prolonged cheering. The ceremony of laying the corner stone was participated in by the Masonic frater nity, the Monument Association, consisting of (Jotoflwil KotOO, Rragg, W. R. Jones, S. rews, Got. 0 Neil, (Jen. W. Waller, rrand Master Harris, of the Knight- of Pythias, and v.-'erans of the late war. Darn and lien QoeduB then proceeded to the govern or's room, in the t api.01, where they re Oaivwd taw rrltfaas. After dinner at the Kxchange hotel. the j 4ned the Military ladies' Memorial lawiriltbui this being their dpi mail n day, and a gratid prooaaioa to the OMSetei w here ? la ir soldier- craves were awaoratod. Capt. A W. Wiloi v erel an oration. The graves of Vatney. on lunox. and other distinguished dead, were handsomely dooontod. Iavis gss ti Atlanta tomorrow, on a -pe. al train tenderetl by 'reneral Maoawj r t.abltett, of the Western Railway, of Ala hama. After the unveiling of the Hill monument he will go to Savannah. This ' .ty ,s alive with stranger-, and hunting and decorations ere abundant. ON THE RACE COURSE. Th Result t w lrlrn unit Nahlll )wad Vwawaww ni i.wrg Aaaaa Ian. e. u,v rei waaawwi N4snv1t.i t. April J! -The weather today was fine, the tra. k fair snd attendant 'arge. The results were as follows First race. Jackson f skes. 2 year-old nolta mile dash Pot ben w-.n. Prodigal, semnd. Oarsman thirtl. Time econ 1 rare. Ken nesaw sta-s h! i 4s t- ! Thin; 1 I M t i Rel tiirl wo?, Ada I . leen. thirl. Time 1 17. iges. purse . baodb op .ner n-t Alon:s. secni1. Tune. 1 liing, all awes, six furlongs: tedhmk ser,d I.. third. Nsw to lav Tim 1 ! Oiin v races wp Ta lash was w ifh St ftrn-m te lfc H-VeW fhwa WWse - 4 ,r rs ease p.4 jULDlERj PR0TES1 Indigiation ctt the Muntguiu ry Dt?muiiatratiou 1 BIG mm II ALBANY. K I Addresses oy Ea-Union Soldiers Cor. demning the H vtval af the KOcl lioo - " freesan isOdiOut" L.teft is Worth Blood. A : iM. N . V . April lhefu 1 tell a call issued for a in.- u.eelin toiiighl to protest against the ceremonien al Moiiu ery , A 'a - - t ws Is 1 . H 1 BtUuit tn fVesrrss'tii tKt t eaM W t- otdialiy 111 vile all tfiowe wit fougbt for the preservation of the Fnioa, and all who 3 iowlaad s!'t aaoouraged those wlo fought iu the bloody but glorioaa contest for hu man liberty to mes-t at Assembly chaoshwl at 0 cis k this evening, ainl to unite in the del. uncii ion of the reaurrection ol Jeff !uv!s from the obltviti to which a loyal and patriotic people had COOsighwd him. We mv ite them to protest .1 . :;st the glorification tf dialoywi deeds and mere the recital of sentiments repug nant to those Mho (ought for the union ad her t nt to the loyal North and unbtsomiug to ti.e subjugated South. It's too soon to forget the sufferings and sacrifices of the loyal pWOple it s too soon to forget treasttli uinl traitors, however mu '1 we may forgive them Let u- unite to repeat thercnolve of Abraham Limoln on the battle-field of lb ttvsburg. "That the dead shall not have died m rata, thai Htii DwawM, under Ood, shall have a new birth of freedom and thai government by the people and lor the people shall not t,ri-b from this earth I'he call 1- -icned by (Jeneral H. A Barnuin, of New York, post department commander, ti. A. EL Major OoOOral H. Treadwell. of Albany, Captain L. I: R;tiiey, of Ratavia, and oOiers, all of the Lniot army. I'iiere w .1- a l.ir. e audience pnsent this evening Own. Henry A. Ran. urn ... ; the meeting to order and moved that eak er Boatad, of the A-semhly, be called U the chair. This w;is doot UWM. Rainum, in introducing Mr. Hu-ted. sail he mcded no tn trod action. He was loyal and faithful to the cause of the Lnioii, and did all that he could t -ustain tne free men of the Novth in their long ami hard struggle for victory. Mr. Hustcd then addressed the audience as follows l.adic- and gentlemen: This meeting toe- Is. n Called to give expression to the md nation f !t st the action which fin- tteea taken in Montgom ery, Ala . mid to how to taw poopta ol the ualaa that OS the City of Albany v as among the hrst t. end troops to the finoa m the war of the rebel tioa m ahs ai law first to denounce the renewal of the principles upon w hich the war was fought. Jefferson Davis declared the war. When 1 aaj letTeraOO iavisl say uhai I mean. The people of the Booth made no declarations. It was made t y the arch ittnspirator of them ail, and se.ondtsl l.'y t lie Senators u ho fllowed him from the 1 spin... 'i he awopls of tha Booth were pfeMpwd m. The u,u wasbegaa, " " 1'itlT nasi. ud we aappoaaf U was 1 nd d when l ee laid down l is aniis. Hut nww the principles are re-asserted And the loyal citiseu ol albsay saeel here tonight .0 declare a revival of filial relations and loyalty, when he made the assertion Iavis committed a greater crime than w tun hi declared war I -a owlthwi he imr any other man. in view of the grand re-Milt- attained by ttie bloody war ot the rebellion, has any right to inak -u h essertions, WW an prepared 10 osast tawnt in the tarowa, in tin church, m the social eircia, aud at the 1-die. If this 1- the leading issue, we welcome 11. Gett. Rarnuin then :ntioduced the follow ing ft sired, That Icooaoalaodiaai that the waiow ol tbc Dnited state- ot America and the liberty winch tin a in. man pnm ipie of popnlar eovi m oaent 1 lostrateata worth the tiool of all loyal citietisot our fteloved country. Ii. moving theadojHion of this resolution tie;. Barnon -aid: Vest onlay 111 Soiilherc clime he upon whose garn.t ut- I ie .d blood-fed Stains the sacrifice of toys I hi d dhttoyal rs-onle. wnfete.l and honored TaeciiN ...A 1. i.iiis today the m n who aal down lo gl' .ru us graves at the behest of thi maii who wils received with so much ltonor pes. terday, 1 am here today to say that laWM men did DOi die that now the propls should put how era in hi- pathway and make him the oaatial figure of the world. I believe, my tellow citi. it-, that this meethsg Wi thi t.rt f a -.Tits, that will U- held through the length nnd hsawdth of this land, to declare in the word 01 pea Sher man. ' The war for the rebellion was wrong, t r Dally wrong, and that for the union was rig hi, etwraalij right." Hon John Urines addressed the meeting in a similar -train. He compared Pavis" uawe to what would have been said by BwnwdSi t Arnold if he had leen permitted to mplnaw meeting of Torus twenty years after the revolution end to defend his trea son, liaines read from a Southern paer, the language of w hich he OOWamonlOO upon as teachiDg us that we n,el tie watchful. Aaseniblvman Van Allen declared that if treason is js-rinittsl to go on again as it began in LML, the loyal blmhl of Union soldiers will rise up and deinoti-trate t hat w. an .ip. ib . of having "ie govern ment in -pite f the tletnonstration of yes terday. Mr Van Aller. said that the works of Havis and Gordon were enough to damn tbwn in the estimation of every rne who 1 w illing t. die under the stars and ptri'. He referre! to Havisasan an h-fi nd rising up smid fire-i-a'ers who callcl him blessed. After other spee hs the resolution was unanimously adoptel, and the audience dhweraed lo the Dinwa , loha Rrown - aady lies a-niouldering in the grave. STABBED HIS WIFE. W. . rltt 1. Mdoi,i,o the Klotr,in.M4it a ajfaweewwww awaaalt nw iii iiet-r lUlt With tt few k K DHi HrraotT, Aril 25.Iest night Mrrritt . McKinnev. an expert electrician, made s brutal atteoipt to murder hi- w.f. Kdith. Mi Kinawy 1 as leen drinking hard snd his dissifwts habits sued his vrjfo to him. he for.k refuge with her little five, year wM hay with Kit iter. a afr Rran iT. snd the hJM ;sn'e'l him OH erm fh b edf - 'k tb making what He was Th a ytal lr. f .mit. rf: lib. DAY IN OONuur a us. a uuM u4 s W Uutk 1 4MM-e4aWaes Mm BOM 1 . . kvvesr. VA 4saiwto Apni Mr lAitbsau, u !tt4 1 u liter olt tXllDDSW Weights and MrM.io iepvirlel s bill 1 l it r . t t . a.. '. ree iuag ul trade Ooi iar wltKh was p.aie.1 on the House eaten daW. ll pTl llde It. a .;.: itadwdwiUUS as siaudard dollars. In the morui.tg hour Mr Ua.u of alas chusetla called up the bill piwit.ng !vi ibe apij. niment of s commission hi mves ligalr ti.e tru!!. of the alleged dlscottr . . . - : . . t Inn and ti.e prevention ot tne disease by iuucnist. -i; an.J : . : .a.:, a , -..!.! : u.s'i i. oU th sub jecl He asked thai tht bill In coiiMdered in the House as Hi li.Ui.ltes- of - .'.r Whole.but Mr Morr.s - led, saying f new ofhee) Were to b n.adc tt.rv mul t m ir 1 ':f regular war us. ration el the bid was then resume.! in com nut tee Mr. Ihtvis ex pa. ned tbat the bill provided tot sending expert to liraxil, uba, md lite Cen tral American states, lo investigate the merits ol inoculation, aa purued by lr. Fofire and Carinona. He cite.1 the opinions of high st lent if lc and medical authority, as to their views, and sintuly urged the pgs sage of lbs bill. Mr. Caldwell, of 1'cnm s.-wt- who joins Mr. Crisp, of the ouumittee m dissenting from Ibe bill, opposes! the bill. He thought the investigations . ould tie made by medical ollicers now iu the tiovetntneui serv ice and the experiments referred lo verified by them He failed to see sufficient acteatifb probability that the discoveries were worthy if attention. He oppose! th;- ru-Mng into the hum illation t raze ami suit! sorne gentle men wi re so infected With tLe crae that they should be sent to Pasteur at once. The morning hour expires! and the bill resumed :t pla e 'ii the i uh-adar The House then went into ioinmitte' of the whole on the River and Harbor bill. After several amendments hat! Iteen dis cussed, including one to strike out the ap propriation for operations on the reservoirs at tite head of the Mississippi which was hist the Hou-e then adjourned without final action on the bill. 1 n. tswssae WaaWMfOft. April L".c In the Senate, Mr. Pike obtained unanimous consent to take up the Fourth of July laim bills. fter some discus-em the reading of the niiietv-four pages of the bill passed. The Post Orthe Appropriation full was then taken up and Mr. Keek endeavored to in troduce here in sens m and out of season, the question hearing on taxes, com me roe, etc. He asked the Senate to I tear w. that he hat! mu done it now. He said the House wa- emit avoring to enbirof a rule prohibiting legislation upon appropriation hills, und be had deemed it best not to have such legislation on this bill. He insisted that it was bad po n y for Republicans to force on the administra tion an amendment on the Lost Office Ap propriation lull, aalcfa had nothing to do With the iM.stal se'rviie. but looked surelv to the building up of American commercial relations. If we were going to launch into a new si-a ot legislation on appropriation bills, there would be no oad to appropria tion bills. The President. Lo.-tmasier (JwD eral and House Oi Representatives had all protested against such provisions. lite BOB ator from Maine Mr Lrve h;i make the foreign mail provisions manda tory one, but the Postmaster tieneral had -tiown the committee that it would be so detrimental to public service, that a majority ol the eominitfee had not been able to submit to if. The amendment proposeel by the comruittee limited the PMdiuaster 'lenera'. however, to American vessels, ami he was to make contracts for five years Mr. Bank read the clause of the President' message relating to the foreign mails. The senators on the other side, saisi Book, bad not been slow q endeav-: to mbarrass the admit i-tration for politioaJ adroataea, but thev ejei going too Tar when they tried to force theP.. -dent and po-tuuisicr (ieueral the put the mails on slow ship-, but that was w hat the President and Postmaster Oenetal were pro testing sg:iin-t. A ninninc debate bed ween Ris k and Frvcen-ued a- to the va'.ue of bounties and subsidies. Mr Ree k was oppo- d to them He was subjectesi to a eraawnre of oaaotaowa from a number of Senators, tne dis. usioti taking pretty wnle range and involving 'Reck s well-known ideas on t-ee traie etc. In the Course of the debate Mr Ldn IB If remarked that free tra le had not benefited the wages of labor in Kngland as compared with the Fniteel States Mr. Reek held that the wage DwawtsOn dawoMdwd upon other con ditions than free trade alone. The working men here were better oft but it wa in spite of a protect! re tari IT Piumb and llctk rot into a spicy di( us-ion over shipping laws, a question whnh was interviewed by Rev k s resenting a suptsisee! aliu-ion so his nation atility by Plumb. The lattir Mf!jdwjod the misunderstanding snd Ret k was pacilied. Mr Beck KTUpu'd the fbxr thrw hours snd a hslf. Mr. Hale tfawa iBspoeted theatnend rnent for a steamship ahaidf to Snth AaMrka and (Tiina. He argued ibst it would dex'elcm the resoarces of the r ountry. At " o'clock Mr. Hale yielded for an ex ecutive session, afte r whi. h the Senate ad journed. Jn1g Pwllwrel Rejerte-I In the executive session, tlie nomination of i . R. Pollarel. of Indiana, as judge of Montana. was rwJOOted, owing u charge-. against him as a law yer. Motions to remove se rr . 1 fr-Tu the Rosfsrans and Mexican treaty t ss-s w . .td down. Swtvy was rewlOTed from the rase of Rell. nominst'! for postmaster of Webster ' itv. la , which bt? boea rejev ted It p,.e,r M nroeureel the removal of Hunter, the forno- : masxer. on the grmnd 9f paniranwhha, a' though Rell himself was guilty of most pretnonncel ar 1 ofTeawi par anh 1 ni II f Ki P Inh i dang i M fomia tru, I I lewi Mr ( hi O'T rMlf I tit SKy BrilGHTENS A Mttiily Course Purtuec theFurnituir Workthiw ACTIDI Of lit MABUfaL UHLHS An Lrtc a Li tt Irani l lee Losseft F wai t rig ot tndisidus-k r. s. . re.i et tna bhop hi eat 1 nf Nelson, Matter & Co s Co promiee l fe ccuuu.1 lie-. ..iiiiture ..?. - ap pOittUxl last week to OOl t lei With lite- u.ann intlurvr relative lo ih. u I U. eight-hour sysleo an '. sellu li.e n .. . wa.-e- me! agao. at the . i. ttvsir repirt from ibr ditJereni 1. lone as le the pejsail of onleren.ssr IkH wee-i employers nr. l employee At the utts Weeinesdsy night Ibe uumtter ine of the committee was increased by the add t.ot. ottwo meinbwrs from each sbo of inn a tteret .fore Aid launiere p'e aided. John N. Myers, nl V t A Cet. a. tesi as secretary and bear.v all r uem iters ol the com tmtlee were present be-, it froiii the dineieut rones wete prearuled some favorable to the WotklWat) and s-me oiberwiae The men in several factor...- were resrteel as deiei u .ued t-. sinks rsaiurday morning unless the de mand suOiuilled to the manufacture! last week were granted 111 full, and the d.. sioi.f we: .it warm The memU-rs of the c turn it lee fixio the factory ol Nelson Matter V l tbat the fiim bad substantial h rei.e eeu in- prosjMtioii made lo the m. n a: the beg'.n iniij; of the controveisy . ru TLe adoption d the eight-hour svstem on Mav 1 w iff. su advan.s ut I.v. i- n wages laet. have leen receiving one dollar pal d lo receive one dollar for eight hours, and Ukim ree-eivjug one dollar and te :.'.. (er d p. receive lourtten .eiii-,- luitead 01 twelve and one-half cents. I his st he-luie to It in force until Julv 1, whea another advance- of five -er lent is to le made Aft: a lengthy and healed dia ut sion of the pro.os:t.i .n the loiiow .r g - ; u! on was offered -, That we- the delegates !: !. . ditlerent furniture factories of the ciiy. ei- press our heart v thanks to the firm of Ki -on Mutte r A ( e for Uieir action in teing the i r-t arid only firm in Grand llaptds up - present time, to make the ir t-rrij loves i fair and rasonable irotosition BDOS I subject of atiaelvame in wages and that w res u.ine-ud the uipi.ves of Nwlaon, Met let v Co. to ax pt the dler matle them, and we urge the other firms to concede the same- ad vance at ome and in tin hope- and lief that su. b concession- wi:, Ik- made w urge the euiploves r, the dihYrerit sho to mtlDOe at work for the iiresent I M re was strong opposil ion to the adop tion of the resolution. Some of the dale- gates dot lares! that the men in the fn torit thev representeei would .not endorse the Sentiments expressed in the resolution and tha: .'. . o 11. ske terms Willi one firm until sll were ready I nced the lemauds of the workers. Ry hard work the part of the more coneer vat ivc mem ars f the committee the resolution . hnaiiv adopted am! the meeting adjourned with th- understanding that the eommitiee- sh ul! lie continued and that the members holl themselves in reahness to convene at Um- all of the chairman. FWJWJaWJW -lanilai ttitrr Andnitortant meeting of the members ' the 1 ;r it.: ure A-- ;' wa- . Id vcaU-r- lay afb rniHin at the or?!" Ot HaWUrj Fis- lii k. the following representatives of t!ie several factories bwiBW pnwent .1 A o le. Qaa, W. iay, of iU .keyA 'oiv 1 ,r ni'.ure compatiy . A K St. skw.-ll of New aygo manufat turtng eompany L.J I'av.s K. J. Stow, o! Slow A Pavi- I Mstter, J O. Mae Rride, of Nelson. Mat:.- V John Widdic nub of Wi ldicotub furniture mpanv Fred Luce of McConlA' Rrad tield companv, 'hnris le.inard. Refng- erator companv Will Jones, W. A. Rerkey. f the W. A Berkex coapaai I C Stow. tfCrand Rapids furniture com iati H Fraliik, A. K. Worden. Wordwa furti I in mpanv H. M. Amsi!, ( nw Kngiand furniture eompany J. P. rt-iue. of Kent lurniture' omianv M K Rusxell. of Risseil carpet sweejs r company R W. Mernli. of Ph 'tux furniture pany . reo. addtdl ol Vvadeleil man una turmg comny , A S. Kichanis ol 1 furniture company A. J. I av bteWB of foid mg hair and table oomismy. The abeent tin tnln rs wen- has lliack, of tlie nei Chwa R Sligh of Hligb furniture company J. A. Spoesner. of Wolverine furniture com pany I. H f it .( Orsnd Ra'-ids chair com 1. any. .. K Alien and A R. Knowlson, of I'eninsnlsr furniture nomjsiti bat ih first thres- gentlemen names! pledged I hi selves to abide by any decision arrived at by the association. ( Vinsi lerable discussion was indulged in and the members, many of them exprewsed tiiemse lveas fearing a strike. It wa fins eo .1 i. a th siise of the rnanufaef urer tha; the facto' . - - ..m h -: e gl 1 r day after May 1 They further s. not t.i submit te any dictation of eaj man or sel of men as to how the;' - 1 should be eenducted, the men :by employ o' low thev should opeM resp.-ttve faen.eie- a, so. lo pay their em pioyes for no more hours' work than are actually i-rfortned. either fu rerular w rfc ;nn no ,r.(,r s .-tailed over-time and to onlv treed with the 1 enap o snd ed jusi he wage qtsawtioa with bim otili and witl .ut refereu' to en r other rs.n HeS A im BThsn taw oil eA wMathM noundei at the Rerkey A ay factory leal evening the ern i - - tin asked to SXWf into the imd rawsa to listen to a pswajaaMaww fmaa the aarssprietor. The rwWJI wa syw.n I ef . ' fcrrwri and the pro.retrs toil berii ibst t f i tvr: ds 1 led tt adssas the eiio ' sywtean m Monday next wtttjemt an aa l wages.tltwt is jto ayg w-o.k the tieen who : - lav The tner 4 iii 1 I t.i oUitudMWj Iowa will it.. i..i ..u." . 1. tuiul ease had ot tt.e ma. nine band v .iwd iu law aBt lUSllll ill Us ali.s ot ll... to) . wot. the aaajanu hatnf s ds Vx ni. but threw f liawitiiiwi the twlhinii amkers 'v- t. ' itslSt Oil tite le. is- iet.i ti. I ' . Vi a..h .t..i . I ' .. . ' rt of tite Sea r.iigiaad fwrttts t'.it uiipai met ai . 1 . h u 1 y esutrday . and .its;idt l ept ti.t pi ope Hilton ..! Uir U.h. ta rs t.i..: , i is ll'lai h.l IWei aes'ks 4.1 th. txpiratnu. of ul. luut ii wage-.- a:. .e : g. ueta: Strike IC Ul 1 tt rt'lfl 4.14 I ... I.. I , A ixitivass iaait here and who. all Were opp.tses! U- snv tash act) m baJhJl J-1 of .t empiove vtlel lei stand by the union and their leueet tot an in . iritN w .. , i ie I l.!i. I 4 .ot. n a. tl..- ti. c seiueet and with the origin, 1 t.ukt lav of t .-1 1 1. LATEST LEAGUE OA MM. I li 1.4; to Ml o.t. .. II.. V.li.itml m xili 4lltt 11 S. - l II. e I . I.O.Ml XX .11 4 ,1 II,. I . I . ..IIS M. laeut Mel roll 8t. 1 1 M April 1 lie National ieeetate aaasou was inaugurated :.. u iodv and Michigan s. .1 1. . ; . .. trstl rig the be t thai 1. 1 - id ptav bail all'! W.re oil! I plSVlllg fot . hiiii.j when they s lowed thi Nrwu l. leam 1 dt ! at WO badly last sw I hu.dw ai. elegant game and 1I.1 one error anode e Issrely a., denial The oAcial mm re was as follows ii.- I s i n r 1 tl.l in. N t w lull Nl w oks Ap- ion of siipe 1 1 only I be - ' . as follows luulns 1 4 i s 1 i -t. t 4 I 0 0 0 0 b k'arh (. '.'l e 0 9 ti Fmum l Ivh.i . Krr.il HeesteNl N v . -4 !.:' r l.. tl- . W. . i bajeawj 4 warj ( blisfo KHM 1 . K am-as tiri Apr.. ,ve J r.i cat t he 1 1 1 11 ago and Kansas fit clul w a : t . 1 ; - re.. , n t eresf otieef oti an 1 u. i t of ra 1 W H.fciii.fc-ioi i'loiBelaila Waaatworoe, April 2d. Th bunrt.etl tfieir bits in t played badly t here f let allow it t team to win an eav vntoti n ing innings. The official eoore low lnti'.ns 1 sitae W i- . i 1. r.mi nu ti t Dip Qaaaai u the American AasocM ployed as foin w - A tit let i MsetSWaS 'h. Raj 11.4nci.rtii a. Apn1 ifW A game s j isv e-i neie PhIsv tlies tig s- foil' e - I1 Al!. . lie ...... M I I U I I M.-tr-.i.tiitHi! . ( 0 e c 1 1 1 flux ii a AitiWHsn. th; Metseaotawav . AU .e Mr: ' ...iU I'm Sees Mailtew. M. I i- o n 1 oi in I ..o die I'M l.loogli 11 ISA 11 I t ' ."' I b gSOi. here- 1. Inv lietween the louisvi lie ai nines was postMne.i on a- liiiifnirv-sir44sailfsi . .. BAi.nwoaa. April 9. The bom. team won a v..liev Plar . .. , markabie i, rattle.' .1 -tot ..I tnul. 'll-ISNH w' I it A pr ' ' lite tji wa fo v P h- idst FOR EI0H7 HOURS. t'lM Msels Dj f .i i.. ytn M . . o. . M w .