Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 16, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

January 16, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 16, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX.DUNKIRK, N. Y, THURSDAY, .I WHARY Hi, NO. i:r». B /, £7' HESENTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. \ IM I INO MAC HINE for ruling blank# t# IIM* late#t audition Ut ,.4 I Mq>*rtuieut of rk run ling Compan uric** Coal and Wood Yard, TW* AwVui. «M«*te Nickel Plate A ‘ *    '*    ; Jiol Hare! and Soft <j*al. *> I . r Mangles and Rata. $ roe * 44    ,    .,ni*pouoeoce tar-whole#*Ie Iou R IJH I A’ ESH ll It I 'M KH—1 itntinnr-rt, RT H<H.I'll, M. Do pljnlmM Md iv->. freon. < (dice, XIA Central Av* nue, over Lyon’a «lruir stere. Ollie** hour*: I* to lo a. *2 to 4 ail*) 7 to H p. in.; Munday*, jtJHJ to IU: IU a in. K*‘«i(ien< e. Centra; Avenue. Telephone call, No. w. Cal * may la* l«*ft at I.von- 'inn *tere, nnrht or dav, and will lie proiuptU dc livered and attended to. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I IIT AMTFI) \n active reprc-entauv*- for j if    the ll aition I Life and Ann* tv < o. in l>unkirk,au<! in every tow n in Chautauqua On. Hu|»en.»r iilan. Cheap rat* -. Lilmal term Xddrees K\KRETT HPkino, 4»eu. Agt. f»*i * We-.tern V V.. WS Main >u, liuflalo, N X . II1 VUU want a profe-Clonal gardener and I J. nornd for pruning your Ina**, making nice gardens and park*, Holland, French or EngrUidt nnalei, write or call for V aadermeaIon Knm., 412 Canary street, and nee what they can do. A' FA M >1 INV Practical Plumier, Ga# M.** Fitter. Special attention annary Plumbing os »’• li *t» ,    Eat!male* given I* tiling, steam Heating noel > urn ace*. « * Third street. ■ i i .ii'ii dx and SBI Central Ave t . Photographer. I asian tan©., a* of Hallie* a specialty. ‘ w.ijV fur suu#biue except for .MIK hi nu KRY—JAnan Ikviho, Pro-I*    s.i p; K. Second street, near Kuf- *'    Dunkirk. N. I. Magazines. Mu J    1 * v- etc., bound in all aly lea. Order* 1 •    ’iitended to. All work guaranteed. pruMpiO •“    ______________ . I iii III ICH IKOUKKKY house. • 11    Ste    central avenue. , and n ull dealer in Imported and ,    i Ulna. Glassware, &<*.    _ . ii ii v Kit I *#. 221 Central Ave. Gen-{’“.'Ti F    Accident ami Fire V . U .vc lit iii*tire vour if** »« ta® old '    ray    clericV’    Heal Estate Agent. I. tux negi.tiaU I on propel tv.    _ .IIVI rUdl A HOTEL. ll Al    - ,UUw $l    jmt day. 1 my and Boat ding btable in connection. V icUir Hider, S'tft arni 337 I.iou street. , .ITV It A HH EK SHOP (    cha*.    Nagle, Prop- y.r I >tkc shore National Hank, cornel ‘    . r aiel Third street*. A flue stock ol i n K'fi an’1 Domestic Cigars. . HIN Kl.IN A SON. '.lit* center street, rn* t a! li irw-shcaTa. Particular attention interfering horse*. Shoeing of road 'n . lr -thug hor#*** a specialty. I NKI UK It KNING OHS EK I FIC Largest i»aily in the County. \» nae.inailed advertising medium. < vt NK1KK KNGINKKKINO COMPANl Foricerty xii lew A Popple. .1 ,t i i fit* turvn of Engines, lh Kiefs, I nlley*, - , HH Hangers, OU'. Pattern*. Forgings, ut ; i k .and .Machine W*»rk loopier. i vt SHUCK SII I ICT WL**, *06 and ET. I I t mi. r street, Manufacturer* of tin H r H W* ’’ and “Dunkirk” perfect - AIUny Iiji I quirts. < in sale in all lending furnishing utah.. * aid dry goods houses iii Huukirk. It It pbat F. TOOM F.V, 1.1 and I Kl Lion street. .til lour, Feed, "alt. Haled Hay, Pbo* I -tablished, 1?<77. 1< kip HOTFX and liming Saloon, I mo* "i I >t j i Easy access to all trains and bus ii*--ti"    <».    Hest    accommodations for Com lier traveler*.    .    _ John J. Murphy, Prop. I'111.FIO Si CO., \    V7    aud    jy K. Third streeC Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up Su ring. Picture Frauies made to order. F. IL HATTBIUM Si CO., Sol Central Ave., I faders of Fashion and Gentlemen On ill tier* ll ARKIX ST KAM ll KATI NG WL Manufacturers of Steam floating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. J J GMK STK AM LAUN URY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    10c;    collar* 2c; Cuff*, 4c, and I .ace Curtains. Free Dear cry. A W. Cumming#, tSo7 Center street. J K. OEHM. K. Thin! st, cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boots* Shoos. I I EN HY WKII.KR S NKW STORE. HK K II Thml st. Ihsiks, bUUonery, Musical In •n umeiits,Magn*ines,l»*lly aud W eeklv Papers, an I every tin eg i*ertaiiung oa first class Ins *k sh TU. School Ihsiks a eian'ialty. I ult PRINTING of every ti* scrip ti on and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, ti anti IO K. .second St. I ll. X AN III RFN A SON, Fire Life, ♦I Accident ami General Insurant*. Healers in Heal F.HtaU* an*l I,t«ana. Particular stun ti* »ii pa id to tim cure of properly collect mg rents Ac. ‘iii* Cenu*r sc, 2nd fl*>*ir. ^jO'HOKS PHARMACY, WO Central Avenue n nlquarters tor Wall l’aj*er Paint*. Oils, A«‘. ‘ , KKR I NS J. VY., I    .NR* I'enter street, dnnufscturer ami dealer iii Hat ness. Saddles, • lies, t pillars. Trunks,Whips, Buffalo Holies, H r*eCover*.Gloves.Mittens and Sleigh Uol*e* I >Ll MHI Mi. T. W. Murray, A't7 Lion street. A st**', laity made of Sanitary Plumbing hail, an I Vias l ilting. Workmanship guar ntee*t, II HI Ihll.TICN .    17 Fast Third street, fa*hional»k Tad**r. Gentlemen wrill find it to tin ir a Iv anlage to cation inc before purchasing el s*-w here. ktALtsllKN* Wan it I at .. I lav.ling I Big I’av -t* a once. I ,ocai *»r ---------^ Big Pay >t*.i'lv Work. Mock W arrantiNi Quick belling b|Mt i.*llie- «rut lit Free. Kxpertenoe Unnecessary. J am. F. Win r-N EV, N ur«yman, U**clMtster, N. V, 1> It. I ARY A 4 <»., . .    X3    Lion    street General Hard ware, White |yea«l,Oils,Painter's Mupthies, (ul < loth*, <» rat. te Wart*. A *|te*nal* ly/jf Slier wit. Williams Pa.ut ami Monrot- range. Ill I I NU, ^ue.lt «■* Itlank-lswiks, le*igers, and k s a I k i d* cl t>lauks *1 on,* al Dunkirk Printing Company, s anti l*i K. b*‘<vont| st. KUM HP ll MOl.llENH ti KR, *    C**r. Th ml ami Buffalo bu., Healer in t.ramt**, Marble, I lagging* anti Building "tone. Call on nm before buvins your side*walk.    p I > ISLEY Jt CXI., ii    7 ami H Hast Front street. Whisky, W ines, Brandies. G'vr.eral Liquor Shire for Family Use. It OI HCKT MR \ Y, V    Lu    a    street,    near    the    depot. Barding, Sale, Feed and I.iverv Stilhl*. £?iuiUK    } °r Wrok on «ww»Hdt I > EID. J. W., -kk    ISA    (enter street Des cr in Mu*!, a1 lnsOrutnenU and hewing Via    of    llr*t    clast masts of J ianoa aud I arrand A Votey Organs CAM J. GIFFORD. SOI Central Ave. (Up . stairs , General Insurance anti Heal Estate Aff**nL I .re, Life, Accident, and Live Block insurance. Pi *nipt attenuon given to buying and selling Heal K*tate. r|' C. JONES, I •    TS E. Thini sc, cor. Hoer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, flail and ‘ eked Meats, Lar*i, Sausages, Oysters and »>n'try. JTOBIIAHT A CO., Patent Attorney* nlo 7th O Bt , Washington, 1» C-, opp I B, Patent office. Patents, Caveats and Ii** Issues Mvtintl I’rade Marks registered All Pat* ut bimin* --■<m*iucted for iii**l**r.H«* I**es. I ii formation Advice, aud s|*ecial references sent «*u request bClti I*'AL A UY, fin H \ PIN'sfs is Mu T. * K * VANI L, allowed ca'ti month, htiaily employment at home or traveling. N*» *oln-it-mg Hutieedelivering and making c*'licel ohs. N*» I o* La I (ani* Address With stamp. II AF K Ii A CO., Pi*|Ua, < Ibio. wish to employ a f* w ladtee on salary to take charge of my busine-* at tli«*ir Ic.me* light, very fa**-n. ating ami healthful. Wa gull** jH»r week. Kefereo*-** given. l.***l | av for parttime. Ad* tress witli *i tiiip. Mien Mak-i**n W ai.KI K, Louisville Ky. For IL it! or Nail*. House c*»rner Second ami Hove *tn«-t-New l> fllUal up ami in fin*' condition W ill Mrll oil easv terms. EmjUir*' at the oflice of j Martin Heater Co ThevMbrmon Elders' Book Is .sSi f :-:UPRIGHT GRAND:-: PIANO TU K UA .V I) SOM HS T TPR bi UT PIANO MASIH I ( ll Ii H If WALK Kit BLAINE DEAD. THE SECRETARY’S ELDEST SON SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA. HI* lllne** a sport line—'ki n Ii of Ills Career — C* tigreMiotial \\ <o I* — Senator Turple Attack* the Administration for It* Lnkrv*i.rtn Connie iii Regard lo Ree-ogniKlng ttie Hiasilisn R* po bl ie. W ABH I notuk, Jan. IO.—Wall er Blaine, the eldest -*>11 of Seer* ta Tv of State Blaine ami -ulirilor of the state de(<artinent. *ii«*i at koYNiek In t us dj| «,f *«ute pfmmnofiia. iii the :*>Ui year <»f hi* age Arouml bi* death I a-1 were f s < fstsi JI Blaine, Mr*. Blaine, his brother*, Kiiiiuiiiis ami James, aud Mwh Ik-ige Mr. Blaine vv>- tak* u ii! with a cold at hi-ofli. e in tie* state d. jmrtnc ut lad Friday morning an<S wa* much indi-|«*>*sl that h*' never c-nnie to bi*    afterwards. At first it wa* thought that la* ha*! otilT th** prevailing innueiiza. Lait his c-oLt d**veloi»**i into piu uiuonwi which rapidly le arnt* w*»iNe Ii.* wa* not, however, thought to Is- iii a critiail cut ul it ion until y«s»terday morn mg, when Ins symptoms w«h»U1 not yield t»* treatment Hur.ug Tun*lay night la* wa* «ieliri*ais, and all *iay ii* r* niaitasi iii th** same condition except for a short tiua* yatenUy nmming. wiieri la* apjs-ared -lightly U tin- ami wa** om*> ions for a brief tune The improvement, !i«m»*ver. wa- but teiiiporarjr. Hi-fever fncTxoaeii. his breathing I** ani** mon* LiIxtvhI. and at 4 o'*-lo<-k yesteniay aft**m«jon bar Un* first tiu»* his family -iimd to realign his- e\tr« riM'ly cfi ti*-a1 ixmditi*«n A coti-^iltat i<m of j»hy>i* iHiis was la-Id at I o’chx k iii *i it was t!i**n il**t:i«i***i that th** |s* ti**nt wa- past nwsiioal aid. Ii** mnUuutvl to sink gnu I ital I y. Alb*r remaining unconscious for iN-arlv tv\* !ity-f*uir hours th* md **a«ne, Tin* arrangement* t*>r LL- funeral Willis* |**rt*-c!« d t os lay. Walker Blain** was gnniiuit«Hl from Yale *s>!l«-ge in l-'.'>aiMl studying law received Ids dijdoma fnan Columbia ***>ll< g**, New Yolk, In I BTH. In lsxj. while Om. fitHHd was<*n Ids <l«-athla*d, he ts*nt for Walker Blaine and ii.ad*- Elm thini a-^i.-tant w-ivtary «>f stub*. sayitig that he ap|mm*iat#d Iii ability ami *1**-sired to sliow it. Atter s**rv mg in 11*i»«-n|kl**-ity very m-Tptablv f*>r in-a]>]***:itt«sl on the Alalmmn tbs? th* * ant it-arum wa Officer :>f th** house. Mr Oat**#* followed In th** same vein. He sai*l that tJwre was no eiprwe law ereating the office of disbursing agent, but it was not wss-ssary, be >*«id, to write under til** picture of a hoi-#- tile inscription; “This is a liors** ” Mr. Catching* of Mi-eissippi argue*! in favor of the majority rejs>rt. Mr. Herfiert *>f Alalama said that th*-lieu-#* inn I no right to jtfuw u*#»n a «*laun iii which it I lad such a |#*m>nal interest ami believed that tie* matter should is* referred to tile «s hi it of <iaiin.s as proposed by Mr. Heinje hill M'-'-r- Morgan of Mississippi, McRae «>f Arkansas and Payne of Illinois argued in favor of th** majority re*|s>rt. Tin* vol** was then taken <«i the Hemphill WH ais a »n!>ditute for the majority bill! j*er nutting im-inU rs to sue in Hie <s»urt of claims It wtw defeat**#! by a chee v <»te yea* I Hi J, nays I s \ motion t*> reisinsnler wa-promptly tabled and th** vote r****urr*si on or-; * I*-ring the majority Eli! (appropriating $75,-; BHI to refund im rnl«**r- f. r th* bet sjtlarie-/ to Is* engr**s»d and rea»i a tinr*l time Tills having I teen done. Mr. J-Iaml d**inaii«l*s| the M ailing of the engrawand bill, l»ut til** shaker bel*! that under general parliamentary law this was not rn****-Hsarv. Tho vote was taken on th** hill ami it wa* defeated—yeas B5>, nays 142. A motion to re**onsid**r a'td a motion t*» !a\ that **n tf»*- table w* re entered, ami then the hon.*** adjourned. K VTI RF. I XTKUIDU { 'ONSTRI'CTION EXACTLY UKK TMK ti R AND Piano, and on precisely TNE same PRINCIPLE. Height 5 ft l.'j in; Width 5 ft.Sin; Depth 2 ft.4 in Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Meblin A S«>ns Piano with Patent Muffler, which re<luce« the tone to a minimum. Do you mar the front of the piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Mullin A Sons* Piano prevents that. Do you want a genuine Grand in Upright < aae? Then the Meblin & Sons will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, round, jet mellow tone? Then the Melilin A Sons’ will charm you Have you a taste for the artistic? The case of the Mehlin A: Sons’ Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with has-re-’ief panels, is a real work of art. and tit for a palace. Do you want a piano of extraordinary staging quality, and delicacy of touch? The Meblin A Sons’ on these points will win your praise. But here we must stop,for our limited space will not permit us to mention all the excellent features of these superb instruments and whether you intend to purchase or not, w’e invite you to call ami inspect the Meblin A Sons’ Piano for yourself. Reid’s Music House 134 Central Avenue, dunkirk, mr._ FORMATION OF PA KTN KRS Ii ll*. Notice is hereby given that I have taken my MXI, Rudolph Koch, into partnership with in** in the furniture bu-iness, ami that the busine** will he ma ft* r la* conducted under tm* firm name of Louis Knell A Boil. Loris K» ch. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IV AOMfHISTtKiRfk DI. MAIRES’ GOLDEN SPECXC. It can bv given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar fides of food, without the knowledge of the perron taking it; it is absolutely harmless amt will effect a |*ermanent ami speedy cure, whethei the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT HEVER FAILS. Wa GUARANTEE a complete cure in every Instance. 4* page book FREE Addr®**!*confidence, COLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. 186 Race St.. ClncInnatf.O C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. SE4 M AIN ST.. BUFFALO, N. Y. DBALER IN PKSI WESS d SlUt Clock*, Silverware, leather G«hnU„ I Ye. KXdHA VISO, GOLD *f SIL f'EK PL 4 TISG U’ATIMKS, J E tv FIL KY, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Kepainng a specialty. f rank F. Maid. tis K. Third st \Y* MOCK Kft, Merchant Tailor, IIH Central Avenue A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUDA YGOODS 361 MAIN STREET, Op po* i ie Iroquois Hotel. irty n year lie wa* I*-Ii pr*- w ii*-re In* r\«*d w ith gr«*ut ** to lsv.5 < »n five advent of the I istration he wa- appointed *-* I mate <k*|i«ltJU*'nt, a jweitcll fill--#! w ith great cn-iit ami ability Mr. Blain** wa* of frank ami gen lh--! n Ii •ii fn ut aduiin-li«*it*»r «»f the which fie al**r> a1 .lisjxisi- tion. a man of magnetism ami ability, nil l wHS |»i.->Tiallv popular wi<h all witli whom be eatm* in ontkd, vodftll) or iii busiM*» tliUttei-s. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. Mr. T«»r|*lt* on it** Recognition ut lira/ I. Other Biome**. TVAKBiNr.TON, Jan. 16.- In th** senate yen-ten lex . after routine I nisi ne-*, Mr. Morgan's reno)uti*rn m ognuuitg th* United Stat*** of Blay ti a- a I r****. md. pud* id aud sovereign *tat** wa- taken up and Mr. Tucpu* pr.xsssi***! to ttdtlre--tile »euaU* in lls su|>|*irt. He sa:'I that hr favor*-*! the mini'-Itat** re* **gnilion of Itra/i] ami was tpiita willing that congress rhonhl *1-* lur* today *i- j>art *>f tin* international «s*,tme»n Ii# nf ti**- three Americas) that no Kurufienn j»*»w«r -hall intelf*-re in any ]>art of this h**mis]»hcre to restore the representative af inonareliy or empire *>r to prevent th** establishment of the republi**, ami that any -m b interferencv would ta* regard* d ac an a<*t unfi ietidly to tile United State* ami would I** ivsi-led t>y all im ans necessary U> elf * et its fru-tration. ll** r**a*i ext rnctc from lh* ti es-agc of tile president announcing the rhonge of government in Brazil, ami spoke of ti** ne**M»ge a- « list I. ss, languui resignatuui to the elate of chairs aud t harnetenzed Hie p«sltioii *»f the mimim-t rat nm toward Hie new republic «>f Brazil as one *>f strict neu-tn*ht> ami - ipine mdcTeiwu ♦ lie Mild t bt* audiniption in that jm .sage of the* pr« I butt s message that Hv* r<*vo!utionary ^ovennneut of Brasil had Irs-n * stabli-hed with«*ut «*r agal ast the a--**nt af the j»-pIeof that country, disrlnaed the real attitmi* of tile ad ti iii! is t rat mn toward- Hie new government and approached very nearly a condition of covert hostility. It expressed a (tartly cxHiceah-I but very apparent aspersion— even Mas-r ut the sovereignty "erf th# republic of bnuil. Tie* time Im*! come wh»*n tie exi*t-en«'«* and authority of t .** rejKibli*’ of Brazil ctiU 1<1 U* no longer «xvntr*»v* i*ti*l by words. It could I** controverted only by war. The chairman of th** Committee oil foreign relations Mr. Sh**rmuM bud told the s**nate that it.should wait and ins|N*rt the new om-*t it ut iou < *f Bra. ii Tile I mt**l States, however. was not i-omvnaxl to know w hat were* th* |«rti«*tilar provisions of tliat <, >n-tituti**n any mort* than it was *om «*rned to know the part im tar provisions of tin* «,on>tituti*>n of 1'raiRv or any other re*|Hibli*' in the family of natl* »uh. What was th** reason of this mi-taken |*c»l-i**y of procrastination? II** would not at-tribute it to tl*e i«*ar of offending the dynastic boti***> of Great Britnin an*! the European cvuiii * ut No. It was «iuc to a certain in detiiJihle disj#billon of the **x.s-utivc to distrust t» v p****ple, to nn-trust j*>|>uiar revolution a-a met: od of |#ilititvil reform, to belittle, to uTnh-rrate. is* umU-rvalm* th*' #fforta of the new republic in th** way of j chindi lent. T ♦* wh< i*- *lij ’> ii tar cordis of Bra.ol ti roug!!<*r. iUxxl bv Ha* republic. Th;-a of a very bindle* **hara«-ter eve of tile president. Mr Tui•pie ii it: iz. d the |di;use “preivis IntMd gi vernnn nt " use*I bv the president. Th* government of Bi aril w as not provisional. !*ut wa- a governiia-iit of tile people In thi-ca-#* of Brazil even the distinguished jmblicist at the Iiea I of the slate d**partuw*i»t •reined to limp and linger in the re ar of t»j>-portuntty. L*id tit** cbairuian <*f the committee on f**rei oi re*lati :i- cxj** ct any change in the pr*'-**ot *'rendition of affairs iii Brazil tliat he ail % im! the g<ivemnient of the United Mates to wait ? D.d he cx(**ct tliat in Hie spring a thaw would com** that w ul.l re*s.*|r-all polit i*-al eld ie lits into a t’xd of imp i inh-m on which the ark of the old covenant would float agaiu. buoyant ami ttudisturbeil * Mr Turjde eontl&Kt***! the present d* la\ with th** (Winn(>tness of IT**-:d**nt Grant in recognizing bYanre* tit l**7o. He ho) mw I that the rre'i'imit:* ti **f Brazil w•*ul«t <*oin»* enough t< I** of value an*l of re al i^mficancw The ie»>luLi*rn went oxer with*>ut action. Th.* * mate pa,*«ed a nullifier «*f senate bills ami th ii went into s»*cre*t sos-ion ami at 4:i)0 a*ij« uri.rel.  _ IN TOK IIOt'-K. Wasihsgtox. Jan. lf*. In th** house v©^ tcrday after the re*a*ling «*f Th** Jouinal, Mr Hitt of Illinois, firing to a question of j»ri\ -ilege. reoil a «ire ular miel by the National Butter. ( !ms*sc aud Egg association, charging him w ith irnx tag intmitioed a bill for tile ab .lit ion of tile tax on oleomargarine. Mr. Bitt sn id H.at Im* had bo n one *>f those w he had favorisl -ireaiy Iv the passage of the oleomargarine law. ami Mr. HaU h of Missouri ct*i:f<no*sl th*- -tatcnient. The hiMisc i* *su rn* si cor riders lion of the repel t of the SSiloott iuvretigation *\>mmitte#, ami Mr. {stewart made an argument to provt dwmnm* |\ \ STATH OF TERROR. ST. PETERSBURG EXCITED AT THE REVELATIONS OF CONSPIRACY. Col. Vote Ik off# -iilrclr Only One of Many \t Iii* Ii Mitre #t •-«. ii 11 #-«| from the I.Atrt; Mi!«t Gre:«te»t t.\|»*<-.iire of W1«ir*l*.r«**ii t*l«»t**—- t Fet-ling of I iitrrut itjr Incrrar-In;—Other lort-i^ii Nim*. I j ism »x, Jan. 16. Tile wuieide of Col. Voit ik'iff of lb* czar - lindy guard np|«*ars to m* oi ly one of the very many similar met I* tit * which have o***rurr**d lately in St. I Vt •r-lnirg. It is no linger a matter of doubt that a conspiracy is Iteiiig unearthed in th** Russian capital, th** enormity ami nuniftca ti*mi* of whit-h are niqaliing **%**n bith*«s* v»hos* duti*s h:i\*> so frequently brought them into familiarity with conspiracy ami intrigue a- to liartltii th* ir sensibility a?i*l fortifv th* rn Hgumst lear. Although the publication or t* ieginphic communicatioii of any mention *>f the<s*n-pira<*v la rigidly sup pc*-.#-*I by the «***ns*»rs, enough is kn**wnof the state of affairs br justify the statement th.it it Im hide- among its m*ist active |iartici (•anis humlreils **f military ofliivrs(rf higii ran* ami birth, government officials, trusted atta Ii*-, of the im(s*riHl household, male an*! female, ami iii fact is so thoroughly orgnni»*d a:i<I far-i**aehing a- t*> |»*nneate#very department upon which tie* em|s*ror w*>fil*l naturally rely with implicit eonft.leii*v for protre*-tion. A PANIC IN HT. PETERS UT* KG. The res-ut nu ii i* left were* as niystericus ai they a *'r»* unreasonable and the fact that in almost every ease the \ let im was either under ,*!••«' surveil lath •e or in actual cust*siy rais*e the suspicion that murder would more ae-| >airntely indicate the carree *>f death than suicide. The state of |«uii** which |trevails in St. iVh r-lmrg aiu«»ng all cia—**s is iievoml jeacrijition, and tile feeling of iiisiH*urity is fast increasing. RI RNs" l»K Vt* NCI ATKIN OF HTANt.KY. The -.iv.ig** attack ma*le by tlie Socialist j lead**r, John Burns, in the county council yeaterelay rn op)Musing a motion to give a banquet in honor **l the expl«*re*r. Stanley, has st lr ere I up an element of strife in that I b**dv which it will Is* difficult to allay. C*arse and gratuitoua as Burns' remarks I were, it cannot Is* *ieni*sl that several of Ins «s JI* ugu«*s shared his *ouvi*ti««n iii a greater or lesser «l«-gres* tluit Stan-1* y ha*. U’gun a triumphal tour of Eiir*»|>e coutemplating tbeexa**ta*nof homage which Ins achievements, »*> rresmnbsl by others tlian himself, scar«-* ly justify. Burns’ I derlamtpm that Stanley's reputation is j foun*Ie*I ii|"«i his hiitcliery of helfikva ami firedog natives is n**t sustained by any evi-] d* ii*-*- yet available, but tliere -#-eins to I*** a general dreire* that Emin shall U* heard I se i fore* Stanley is a wan led the crown of glory A FISTIC FARCE. begi*- veteri- VE TERIN ARY SURGEONS. rh*') Hoi*! a Vleftiiig at It«*rh».i»I*-r— tai ion Ii* rom iii •• tot *-*E B<M HisTi H. N Y , Jan. Kl—The nary snrrre.ns *if the state held a meeting I I. vt ve-!**rdav ami organizisl the N* w Y*irk * \ <*teriuary Medktil H<wiety. Th**s»* officer* were * lre-t«**l:    Presi«lent, Hr t'laude IV • Morris of Bath; vit-e pre-nl**nt, Dr Alhert I 10 inkwater of R**< lr -?er. -s- redary, W P. I H in kiev of Buffalo; treasurer, IV (» Ikshis j of * auamiaigua. T Ii** -*iciety decide*! to meet semi-annually \ an*! Svrepulse was selected as tile perniaiient I I'll t1 for holding the ims*tings. Tin* re an-j mi'bs* «>u legislation wa- direst*si to draft a bill for presentation to tla* legi-lature*. setting forth the qualifications m*ces-ary to entitle a man to practice as a veterinary surgeon, and i im I losing severe penalties tqioii uuquahti*#! (s i-on- mtteinfJjng tAi jiractice. President M*»rris -tated that there* wi-re 7541 imquahti*sl persons (losing as veterinary sure g** >u- in this stat**. <»f this mini)H*r .k"!!! were utud>le t*> write their luimre. ami were* obliged ! to 11tak<* an “X” when registering at the county cl* rk s (vffiie. The society <hs-i*l*si to j liecopie incorfMwated ami secure a charter. 4 Ivil EnglnMn’ Annual Meeting. New York, Jan. BS,—The tbirtv-*pventh annual uhs ting of the American Society of ( i'^'ii Pugitirei-. was liegtin bere yesterday’. The Normal in*#lal wail awardeil to Theod»»re | to which the adulation of a few fawning Uoojier of :«.*i Br*«idw ay for his )Ni|s*r on sycophants bas apparently <‘aus#-l him to I#*-“ American Railroad Bridges.w Tlwe winner j bove he is cot it I* si. Th** wittelrawal of the of th** Row land prix*- was Jam«*s D. Schuyler, I motion was a wel*s»rn« reli**/, ami the la*-k ef chief engineer *if th** Sankiego land and , available funds ba* the purp*»e will proliably row ii company, National City, Cal. Tile prevent its renewal and (sit an end to the -uh * * t of hi- {H-i|#*r wa- “The Construction of »*h*a of holding a Immjuet. th** Swo't Water Dam.” The result of the j    tiif. new poRTltit KSK cabinet. ♦ Ire t ion for officers was as follows: William The fact tliat the new Portuguese cabinet P. Bl: inn of New Wk city, president; A. j under Senhor Pi mental is strongly anti-Eire Bteb-y ami M**d**s C*>lu*n, vie** pr«*si*lents; glLsh is wi*l* ly *'ommented on ami leads to .Ii.im ! "inrt, ii'i. *«rv ;    si    CruMiit*    ,    .«... ,-,41    I ^>1 kui    tka* *4»«*    Im-* *. '.n Hu^. Jr., lr* a *irer. an*I < hail--* IV Brush, Three I !«,„( an*I Portugal will shortly Is* re*>(Hiled. torc Yuot hee*. Robert V an Buren. William Th*-labu troubles in Wesphalia have hvn Ludlow, \\ iliiam (*. Curtis, directors.    '    ri-newrel limier the inspiration of the Fks-ial- A Delay KipUined. Washinotch, Jan. 16 —The nre*retary of th** interior *#*nt t*> the senate yesterday, in re-pons** to the senate resolution asking the caus** of withholding (latents for lamb within th*' I iii I its of the lniou Pacific grant, the following exploration: “Since tile rre*ript of tins resolution the commissioner *»f th** general land offi*t* Iuds ««*ut through tile uvtml chunnel- t** tis* se rvtary several *-a-e# involving qu* .lions affre*ting th* lands granted to the I mon Pacific railway and th* came are limier re>n-ii|eration. Ti*** tact.- are numerous conms'trel with thai invewtigatiou. the rwords voluminous ami as ss*mn as tile canes nm l*e di-;s -*siof up*)ii mattm*consideration, ami the ch us* *s of withholding |witents as«*er-«*ertaim*d if any exist, the secretary w ill answer ttilth* I* to the senate." isis, who h*>|>e tliat the government will interfere, there*hy giving them an opjiortunity to agitate th** matter in tin1! reichstag. Arrangements are making at th** Yati<*an for th** r«x*ption bv the js*pe of ‘JU,OHO pilgrims during February,    l h*-ie    pilgrimag<« augur a large offering of Peter’s pence. EDITOR PARKE’S TRIAL. Other Arrested f**r l.ttel. New York. Jan. 16.—Leander Richardson, I editor *>f Til* Dramatic News, was nm**tei, chargfsl with liUlhug Iielancy Nireill, the lawyer, by printing a stat* ?lieut that Mr. Nicoll hail ben s****n rilling in a carriage on i I/mg Island with Mrs. James G Blaine, Jr., ami with hi- anus arouml the lady’s waist. Mr Nicoll pronounce** the story false in every fiarti**ul.»r. Tile indictment for criminal hi# I against E I). Maim for stating in Town Tope - that Philip Hamilton left “two distinct bres#L- of children,” etc., w its dismissrel. a full retraction ami apology to Dr. Allan Melanic Hamilton, graml**r>n of Philip Hamilton. Lav tug I ie* *n published by the pajier. lith a1 etifrarre luiti and *—>u—ii-t th** world I a i .ff*Vi'derI «*vid« Ti* *e under the v**r> I?*-fore lite Hoard *>f < ImIiii-. Albany. Jan. Bi.—In the hoard of <*laitn« vest**!day th** «*»»-c ot W. A* <*. H Wakefield vs. th** Elmira reformatory wa- hear*! ami siilaiutt* I; al*#* A. Smith for damage to land. Th** case of John Snaith. the aaeeinbly ceiling eontra -tor. airainst tie* (>**<'pie for the balan«*e of *->ntra**t money siip|»■->*«! to lie •hi**, wa- abo brought up. The attorney gen-■*ral <i**> i l**d to agree with Mr. Hale, counsel r Mr. t nriitli, thai the east* shall I** hear*! •ii r< b. BL This will be prior to til** hearing ii th** supreme remrt. If the claim of Contract *r {Si,aith L- allowed it will lutve to go in the annual supply bill and then paw the scrutiny of the present legislature «ilr for Hie New t’rHen. Albany, .lair BV —The report «»f the committee apt#'intel to j»dre*t a site for the new state prison will hand in its report to the l**g- i-lature t**-lay. Tile committee will recommend that tire* village of Schoharie b* Heir t**d as the pln<*e to remove tho Sing Sing prison to. All )»ri*#oJier!i will have to come through thi- city. Other sib*- favorably rem-.i*l**t\**l are* Jonesburg!!, Columbia oounty; lYoodst*ick. Ulster county, and Monticello, van ('(Minty. S**h.»harie is situ ate I fifty hi! *s from Alhnny on the Susijuehanna *ailroad. an ! ha-al tout l.atJfi (/>)»uiati*>n. t    and    a    Number    of BUtir*«**« un the Stand. I/OMMiN, Jan. 16.—The trial of Editor Parke of the North I/>ii*t«>n Press for hl*ei in remnecting J/nil Easton’# name with tile ; VY eat En* I club scandal Ii* gun yesterday in central criminal court. Sir tdiaries Rus.k‘11 opened for th** pr>>s<e**u-tion ami merely offered formal proof that the allege I lit** I ha«l been published. Mr. 1/jrkw***l in «»|>ening for Mr. Parke censured Sir Charles Kiussell for withholding D>rel Kust*>t» from cramixamination until I after the defense ha*l given its evidence, John Said te-tifi**<i that in May, 18H7, he met Lord Eusbm in Ptcadilly. He entered Iih lordships carriage aud drove I w ith him to Hammond's iii Cleveland street, where they j>arti<*iiatrel in criminal a* is. I/*rel Euston t**slifiel tlmt, ex*x*|it when in consequence of receiving a card iii Pireeiiltv indicating that (loses pin staples were on exhibition at Hammond's house he visited the place, he was never iii Cleveland street in his life. On that occasion he indignantly lelt the house minirelint«*ly tij*r>n leaxning that he liad I teen tnqiosed upm. ll** did n*it know the wilia*»•*(.Said, aiel deme-i enqJiaticallv tliat he had ma«le any of tlw* visits to the i bou-e whH*h that w itn****. alleged. Mr. I/s*kwiss|, counsel for Mr. Parke, said I that I/*rd Elision -larked th** w it im*—Is >x aud i preferred to rely on Sir Charles Ruracil's at-• tacks ii|#>n tin.* vvitii**ssj*s for th** .Jefeuse. j which were nrevssarily ta intel. By «lir*s*ti*ni of Sir Charks* Bu—cli. L>r>l I EusUmi -t*#«i u)i f*>r identification. O'Lough-iiti. a coal <!**al**r. living twenty-aoven yaitis j from llamm«*ini s Ii Hi-#*; Grinley, a railway (Sitter; O'Lougblin, a bn’inau. aiel Hannah V*organ, living opposite Hammon*!'# houae. in turn identified lz>r*i Lu .ton a- a frequ**nt . visitor to Haimiion*i s bouse, but each *lis-jflayed some hcs t/usy in doing so. Sir Charles Bussed >'«»mmented on th** hesitation of the witnesses und d.***!aresl that that ai*>ue rendered their identification valueless. s Fiemler f'iuiriilnl’ii Addiru. Lisbon. Jan. 16.—In the chandler of deputies Premier Pimental -aid tile new govern* j ineut had re im* into office at a grav *» june*" I tune. Portugal has the right ami Great J Britain the might, hut Hie government, I caving regard for the honor of »he nation, 1 vdl uphold the interest a:i*l dignity of the country. He aunouir **d the mini try s pro-! gram of reforms, mid said that he should riot j x-k for the supi#>ii of the majority, for be [ knew that that was imp^iida. Senhor Pe irraro. minister of justi'-e to the late cab- f hatige# at Aibanv. Albany, Jan. 16.—W N. Johnston, clerk , of the eastern division of Bm* New York state inet* »>'• majority waj# unable to rejiose • ■anal#, lia# handed in hi# resignation, and    oonfi*ien«w    in    the minLstry, but would James ll. Fbuuiigan hasbeen ap;#'intel to |    tim    government    in the settlement of fill tin* vacancy caused bv the resignation of problem* involving the national honor. John Stebbins from the p**siti«*n of siqierin- tendcnt of the middle div’isi*>n of the ranaLs. lire# ll, -lo*M* A ( lark's Case. Din>11 AM, Masa, Jan. 16.—In the insolvency court yesteniay the reuse of Brown, Sterese Jt Clark came up. and several additional claims were prove. I. Mr. Brown, senior mem her of the firm, was not present, He Is ill with influenza, and lift- symptom# of pneumonia. Iircomtion# for Stanley’” Meu. Cairo. Jan. Bb—The k! relive has**onferred ; th** onler of the Mreijetlich of the fourth class uj#>n Surgeon Park**, Jepaon, Stairs ami Neisou, and of ti e rift Ii clo*# upon Bonny. The Muir if Wexford Sentfnr/it. Du bun, Jmh. 16.— Edward Walsh, mayor of Wexford and proprietor of the Wexford People, has lieen sentenced to prison for two mouths for publishing a boycott notice. Carroll Sign# a fnotr?*et. PiTTsnt'RO, Jon. 16.—Fred ll. Carroll ho# - ;n it a Inns* year#’ coatract with tile Pitte- J    Kinta    H«    a    r**1h»*s#>. burg brotherhood club. Carroll ha#also pur- Zanzibar. Jan. 16.—Emin Pasha ha# stls- obaaid ('!.'> v wurth of #U> k rn the oigiuiiza- ta in-si a relapse aud is lj mg Lu a critical *'on- tiuO.    IU    ti VOL. 10:15. In the ;ht bander on w it ll his left. through the several good r* ut tut ended TIIK NATIONAL GUARD. til# Fight Retweeti 'h**r Mini tiilinnr* Stopped by til# I’otin*. Chicago, Jan 16.—lietw*s*n five arni six thousand |*«»pie (mid $1 or ? 1.40 each last night for th** sati-fa-:ton of sc*,ag » t*>xing match with six out (ulkiw# -calltd gloves by courtly—#top)#sI bv the )#*li«*e auth*»ri-tie#. Th** acme was Battery D fin*! tile «hmh-tcstant# were Billy Mcver of Str**Ht**r, 111., cluiinphai lightweight «>f th** N* lith west. and Harry Glim >r* *>f Cana la A**re>rdm*r to the program the men should have fought eight is >uti I- vv it Ii two-oiliioe gloves Gilmore ha# twas* b***u kin> 'krel out bv th** StreaUrr lait. More than ordinary iuf»*r.*st atta* lusl to the event. Nm** aet Los I#*tween l«*cul and visiting men 11 #*rs oft lie pugilistic fraternity pre* re led the event tit'the mjfiit. and in one of the e Tom Brennan **f Toronto an*! John Con* ley Ie >f Chicago tieing the coiitre-tante. the ex change of blow s became so Kpirited that Pie lire* Captain Fit/.|>atr»ck warned tta iii togo slow. It was after IO «»’c!<k*W when Mey *r ural Gilmore w**re aimouiits*! aud at tile same moment aoria* fifty |#*lico «>fii<*ers in j>lam •loth*— rang*#I th«*m- Iv. s around the 24-foot ring, while a couple of ii ii nil r* si j Patrolmen in uniform mixrel in with Hie#|>ecL»b>r#. Wien tJie two uieti enter***! the ring nominations for referee were called but Fit/pitrick rutel that neither n*f**rec nor time kre*(#*r should be allow cl to go over the r*»(#*-. and even went so far a# to tar *>ut the .-|#ing**s. towel- alai I*-® water. Meyer refused to fight under thorn* conditions anil a delay of fift****n minutes en--ta-1 before la* filially rem-cub-l to put on the six-ouimn* pillows that ha<l l##*u in u*** all tin* •veiling. Meanwhile th** thousand# present hen | re I imprecations on the Hiithorititw and vot iferously «teinan*l**d the i< turn «*t their money. Time was finally* reill*-! at first roun«) Gilmore got in a rij Meyer's ear amt followed it tip nearly Mending hi# o)iponeiit ntps. Myer rewponded with fu*#' and Im illy blows, and the with lion*>rs alniut even. In the -***ou*I, third and fourth round* Myer lift*I the l>«*st of th** play, Hwingtag hi# rig-Ut nn*l !**ft on the face, n****k un*l l«*ly, and admi rn-ter mg a few severe up)M*r euta, meanwhile avouitag hi# caf»jeit's rushes in g*M>d form. Iii the fifth round Myer fonrel tie* lighting and th** m *n w**nt Mi ea* h other viciou>ly, although th** charact**r of th** ^lov*•- mad*' th** affair but child - play. After rut exchange of blows ls»th m**n clin**he*l and were punching etc h other iii th** rite when c*(>t F it.rpsitrick mount***! th** st* |e and “in the name of Ida* -tat**” ordered Uo-tilitie# to ♦•ase. His ult iii tat lim w;i# r**<s*i'>*<1 with a rmir of derision, followed bv a torrent of ursi- and pi**ite#tat ion M**y«*r U-ggwl f*>r anoth**r soxnl, but the oft! *ial wa- obdurate, the e«>iul>atant# w« ie 'iiiuj» lied to Im vc the platform, and the dc gii-ted s|»s*tators sl*>wlv tile*! out. The AIdwkU AVII! 4'i»h»*. Pot a; it KEE!'-(IK, N. Y.. Jan. BV The testimony ut tile Mow att will « «#•* bef* ire Judge Barnard »*-t**nlav was Iii, illy sensational. Th** plaintiff rc#tel «n*l John lbq>|»er, Mi## Mowatt'- brot her-in law, wa# t he Ii ret witness for the defense. Ile t*11ti* *i that tile plaintiff, Mal v Mowatt, adiiutt*#! in his presence having oecupi***! tie* sam** #lt*c]>iug anartment with h**r brother James. The wit nee* a*'-KiiowIt*.|^*hI r*-dvlug a blank cles-k from Mary Mowatt, sign*#! by her in Hie summer of Ins#, which sin* afterward- till*#l out, for of which $1,175 wa# tor -ervires ran den#!, though he admitted thai pail of tho •■erv ice- were not j»*i lorn ***! until !##’.<, Mrs. John lln|)p*r t«*#tHied to finding her Cster. Mary Mowatt. the plaintiff, and lier brother Jam**# in a compromising position. The Sharon-ll ill I nae Settled. San Franc taro, Joie 16. Judge Shaft«*r, in Hie sujiertor court yesterday n*ndere*l a Ii#*isi<.ii in th** Sharon «tire which virtually end- that famous litigation. The priiici|wil point iii the present **onti'Over#y wa- on a *1**-uiurivr to the answer made bv th** Sharon heir#. Iii this an-veer tlr'y in** > • • 'rated the ilccn#* of tis* Unit* I Sb-itra circuit **ourt, by which th* aile"*#! man in .<• «••>!»(* u t l*etwe**n Wiliiam Sharon and Sarah Althea Hill was leclared a forgery and or<l«*i*#l ctlKvlIel. Judge Shafter h**ld that tin- d*"-rw of the United Stat*-- *#>iirt was in fotf in all court#, ami that th** contract has no legal exi-tems*. He otxhdvd Hie Sharon ease jxx-tpmied indefinitely. Hoth slit**# stand I inn. Haverhill, Mas# , Jan B* Pre#: lent Gardiner *if tis* Manufm-tarere' association denies th** rumor that, th** cond'ii ait ion i# weakening, or that there is any j»r**l>ability of their a iel*iing to the striking shoemaker*. Th** workmen are al-** firm. They claim that higher wage# ar** paid *>ls**w here than at Haverhill and they want a <#>minitt<s* of bu dm— men to in* i ligate and r* jmrt if tlieir claim is riot correct, st. Louin' New I’lMttni(*n*er. Wahhinuton, Jan. BL—J. B. Harlow, who was nofiiiuat*#] for )>ostma^ter at St. 1/oui# yest**nlay, ha# l##*n in the employ the St. I a iii# j#»*t<*ffl*.*e for **iglib#*u year*, and is at present superintendent *>1 umils th«-r«* He was the candidate of Representative* Frank ami Kinsey of Missouri and wa# the hccoq*1 (Im>i*v of almost all of tho-** who were inter-* tel in th** fat** of other caietidat**# for the oil ii# i. Ii now* No* Ilia- About ll, New Y«'RK. Ja*i 16. —G**ncrnl Siifjerin-temi'iit Tom** * of the N -VV York Central railroad say# that no notice La# l*e**n r*>-r« i\*#l by th** ii :inagement *<f any trouble or discontent among the engineers and Hmm ii on the |M>rtion of the r<>a*l l***t ween N**w York an*! Kyra*‘UM*, reportei in the m*>rning pHj«**re. No grievance is known t*> exist, and no strike is expected. Mr. Brice VI.ole H**n»lor. Coli nm h, ()., Jan. BV—At noon v*-d* r-lay til*.* bou-e ami #»‘iiate in joint session formally <le lar*#i Calvin S. Brice elected ta the United States wnate. Mr. Bri*#* mode a la ief Kjres h of acknowledgment and w a# pn**--etiUsl to the members in person. The hail wa# crowded, many ladies teitig prment, among them Mrs, Brice. Much entlnLsia»in w as I nan fret. Dad Air In Moosic Tunnel. North Adams. Mass., Jan. BV—Fifteen men were overeo ne by ga# in Moosic tunnel yesterday and several Ila rely e-cu(*#l suff*> cation. They were brought here ami it is thought all will recover. The damp weather Awm* to interfere with th** **irculation of air in tile tunnel, making it dangerous for workmen to remain inside. The Strike ul Haverhill. Haverhill. Mass , Jan. 16 —There is no -hang** in the condition of the labor trouble*. Both shies are a# determined as ever. although the employes say they would like to go to work if tile differences could be honorably Adjusted. Mr. Powderly birk Abed Scranton, Pa., Jan. 16.—Mr. Powderly ii dill sick nl»ed and will not he formally placed under arrest until he is able to appear in court ami give Uul in the Callaghan matter. c* Kiimand er amendment to «>t!i*#*r# of LAST DAY’S SESSION OF THE CONVENTION AT ALBANY. llUriiMlon of the Military (oil**—Several Uh tug*** Ad**|»ted—Governor Hill Take# Aition on (lie A |*|>l I* .»♦ ion of Governor b>wr**y for Kxtraditlon of the N|M»rllng Men I sciteaient Im labor Circles. Albany, Jan 16 The convention of tin* New York State National Guard y**st**rd«y discus#*#! til** atneiMhiientM t*» th** military e**de, #ubmitt«#i bv Col Kop|#»r of tlw* F iftv first regiment. The principal aiiHndmentA are that “any commiftiemd officer who shall nave served in tim Manic grad** for tie* con-tmuou# (#*rio*l *>f t«*n years may, »i|«>ii tcmlcr-ing hi# rewig nation, Is* witiidrawn from active se nr toe anti command, and pine*#! U|*w> the hon*wary retired list l>y *rt*h*r of t.li*> *#mii-iimtitier in chief, and an t#>mmi##ion«#l olfk-cr w!k> shall have serve*! ax such for ten year# or upwards, may, upon his own nspewt, iii the discretkOt **f t la** isrtiimaieler in **h»ef I*** placed on the Mipomumcrary. Xiii# nectniii wa# adopt«sl. Allotter aiiHMKbnent waste the « ffwt that an ('liker who ha# I#*sine unfit or incompetent may I#* discharged l*y tie* iiwhi«*f. Distiission eitsu*#! ov**r the calling for th** aunu.il |(avtn*>nt $.40 for mounted ofli*#*r# anil $^*0 t*> other offi *#*r*. The auieudriMmt < all# u|#>n tie lcgi-la tat tire to make an liminal appropriation f*>r such puqmte. It wa# h«*l*i that th** first a1 iowan*#* for uiiiforma wa* iiMOiflicient, aiel that annual req stir# were imcwMify ami should bo pat*! f*>r l>y the state. The amendment wa# mlo(>t*#i by a rising vote. Other section# that were aiioptod were*: Allowing extra armorers, engiiMS're an*! other workmen to assist iii keeping hug ar morie# in *\ntdilinn. Tile sa la raw of tilt*#** extra# were put at $4 per day. An amendment contvrmug the (ayrn* at of marshals; one defining the military fuu«l# for i ih ti troop, oouqmny or lettU-ry; «»u«* calling for the ordering ot military court* of *t**lm-quency, on«l a long auction giving Uh* form# of th** many blank# f*w ii#** by »u< ii coni te. A im*w #*#*tion * 'ii ix mig fine# (’or offi* era ab -* nt from drill# ordered by higher auth* >nt v, also cleating litaw for enlisted men abeent fre>m any drill whatever. A new #*#'tion provide# f*»r the iin itroera lion of men refusing to (my*fine#. Dix iissioti of the «*ode la-te*i till after ti o'clock, when, up>n motion, the committee wa# instru' tel bi make **ther nmen*lin«*nt-an*i have the lull |>riiib#l and distribubsl b> the ui**mherii for )#*nisal, Th** re*|#>rt# of tfa» secretary und treasurer were* preweuted, tim lait**!* showing tie* receqit# for Hie year bi U* $.407 •*.*, di-tnirscuieute, $.'##*. 7t>; lutliutce in treasury, $*M1.U7. Gen. Parker uimI (Ail. Seward eat#>rted the new prest*tent to the * hair and h«* mode a brief aildre*##. t'ols. Si*ward and Austin were apl# 'inte l on the executive committee and the session adjoin in#I muu* ill**. Governor Hill will a(>|#>int th** delegate to th** Wa-hingtoii contention. Resolutions of regret at th** death of C«j>t. Wittbou- were*a*l«>pb#l )>rior b> adjournm*'iit. LABORING MEN EXCITED. ( oiivh't# hi A11 •>* ii % to he (’ut at Centrad I .;iii nil r v VVoik. Albany, Jan. BL—^There* im excitement in lalior circles in this city over the fa«*t that it has I leonine known tiiut the Allsuiv penib-n-tiary will jmt all Uh* convict# ut work in a (iri'sin laundry. A <ontra* t wa# mu*l<* #oin * months ago with Howard Paddock, a former attache of th** penitentiary. The contract i# to run for Hire • years from th** 15th of Jun nary, Is'.Ki, It calls for the employment of the male convicts only and th*- mmiinui t number b> bi* eiiqdoyed tindHT it i# Btu mhii, th** maximum tieing lad. Mr. Paddock is t > (>r«iv id** till ti*** skill*#! labor ne*wmry for th • working of th** laundry aud furnish ids own plant. New* work exclusively is bt Is* lam. dried, and that to consist of shirt* only. A clause in the contract gives tie* penitentiary commi-ston the power b> reacind it at Hi** expiration of one y**ar from it# «tat«* if tho earning* of the convicts do no! average trJ rent# (>•*- >iay each. Tile contract, as it i# im-possihle under tile pr**Heift law bt I**t out Un work of the conrictN at a daily rub* of wage , is ma<ie *»n the l»asi# of so many rents p* r (loran. Tl^ plant is vulu*#i at $10,IM IU, an I will l*e ready iii two weeks. Th** grouter (nu t of th** work is to come from New Y»*rk * it>. l're*si<l**nt Dowling of the New York Trad* ■* Assembly sayH that immediat** sbq*# will be taken U) repeal the present law. ESCAPED EXTRADITION. 1*11 ^ r He . Ac .10c . 2c 2c * He 7c . 4c . VK* screw Yt stunlay we gftve you I Mill Seasons ( khhIs to read about, lo-*lav we <rive you more. J    O    * French shoe blacking.............. Large pot chains .................. Assort* <1 cake tins. per doz.........lPc Extra strong bird cage springs...... Fancy alielf brackets, per pair Heavy lea #po«»n#. 6 for ..... Heavy table spoons. 6 for..... Box wood mustard spoons.... Box tin graters............... Patent broom holders ... t’ombmation stove lifters .... Heavy Iron stove lifters...... Phoenix shears, nickel plated Warranted best baud steel drivers  ........... Forged steel st rew drivers. ... Bronze drawer pulls.......... Bronzed sash lift* ........... Bronzed shutter knobs...... Warranted steel scratch awls. I-inch barrel bolts........... Bronzed cupboard catchers... Handy bench vises ........ Enameled tsck claws......... Door and gate spring and J fixture*. 12c Standard coat ami ha! li.H'ks, H for., fie Clothes line pullies.............  .IO© 8xU» iron shelf bracket#, per p»ir...1Mc Double cut gimlet bit# ............. 4c Tea and coffee ut rallier*...........4c Extra strong enameled strainers.... Ne Whiranted best steel kitchen knives. 9c Fancy antique oak towel roller*.... 18c 3 a1 in I w I racks............... *» hook hat anti coat rocks ... Fat tilers’ lanterns............... Kitchen whet stones   ....... Extra strong tack hammer*...... I,arite Iron door bolts  ...... Nations! tea and coffee stands... Enameled handle rolling pin* ... Enameled handle potato nowhers llstd wood potato mashers...... Hard wood spoons.............. Butter knives.................. Bu'ter prints.................. Full size Ii a I ell et . He . Ac . 4c . 2c . 4c . 4c . Ac . fie IHC . 4c . 9c . loc .34c .10c . Ac 10c . Ac . He . He . 3c . 4c . Ac . Ac . 2Ac Best Steel knives and folks, per pair. 9c »c .200 . 4c 10c 18c . 35c . He .Hic .28c . IOC .IOC .19c . Ac . He Handy fire tongs King lemon squeezers...... Extra long iron pokeiB..... Carpenter#’ marking gunges Fancy stone tea |h*Is........ (Combination household tool. Brass stove rests   ........ Royal shoe polish........... Farmers' monkey wrenches. Large handle tea.steepers.. . . Carpenters’ daw hammers... Hound wood bread plates. . . . Medium size wash basins.. .. Extra Istge size wash basins. IOqt milk pans, extra heavy, lOc; per dozen  ................   51 Large size and heavy slew pans 12c Medium size ami heavy stew pans. . ,10c Pot covers...................3c,    4c,    Ac Tin basins......................... 4c Pie pans........................... 4c Jelly pans...........  Ac Apartment dinner pail#............SA© Fire clay pols, assorted sizes. .28 to 40c ERI Ii STOK I A DESPICABLE FORGER. J ut* nato n, Harding aud Wakaljr Won't Go to SI I I ai i pf, I at Pr«*M*nt. Albany, Jan. BL—Governor Hill has (tend*#! th** Mississippi re quisition rases. He re yokes his warrant for Johnson, llareiing au l VV likely, hut decides that tb* other five Mid-d*«on, Donovan. Murphy, Cleary and Bull* r must In* taken to Mississippi in pursuance of Governor I/rmroy’s requisition. Counsel for Johnson. Harding and VV alody filed afi>-davitts with Governor Hill show mg tliat they iii no manner hi.ie*I or ailette! the prize fight hut were* simply witness**# there#>f, one of them being merely a newspaper (nrr«-#(/anicut of Tis* Daily New# und of Tim Poll' a Gazette, und Uovnriaf Hill revok*** the warrant for Hair arrest, only temporarily, however, as be has forwaretei th** affidavits to Governor Ltvwrey submitting th** matter f< r tile latter# (vmxideratioTi whether in the light of these affidavits lie (Ireires to still insist uj#-u the extradition of ti»e«e parties. If Governor Drv/rey, after consultation with the prosecuting attorney, think# that Johnson, llareiing and VY alody caw fie nun-vk-ted. notwithstanding the facts Hinted in their affidavit*, then Governor Hill w ill order their surrender, and until then the matter remains in abeyance, and the three are temporarily discharged and the other five #ur rendered. Sullivan'# Ultimatum. New York, Jan. BL--John L. Sullivan re; ceived a telegram from Pn»id*«it Kul*la of the California Athletic club yest**r*lay offer tag a purse of $15,600 for a fight between Sullivan and Jackson. Sullivan displayed wane inipatienoe. lie said the club knew Im would make no arrangements until he got out of the Misshwippi trouble. He also said he had lM*en offered a# high as $30,000 for a fight, but as thin wax a very good club he would go to them for $25,000, but not a rent less. The club would also have to (diaiige some of its rules if they wanted him. Air. Marsh Resign*. New York, Jan. 16.—Luther R. Marsh, the well-known lawyer, ha# rreignod from the new parks commission and Adrian Jones has bren appointed in hi# plare. Mr. Marsh has taken very little part ta public affairs stare the Dins Dc Bar affair. I Talmage Eotug'sueots C ancelled. London, Jan. 16.—Rev. T. Dewitt Tai mage bas cancelled hi# l»ndou and provincial engagements on accourt of the prevalence of the influenza. Hr (Iring* F'lnnn<-lal (tutu on HI# Own Fe I her by III# Herd#. Roninu t, N. Y , Jan. 16 The extant of the forgeries of Mny*ler I/H*kw*##i of Shokan is far greater than wa# hi J (pound. Di-patch<#« r< r** iv ♦*»I frean varhais nwtiima of lite Cate skill#, where I/tekwood Int# !##>n doing busine##, greatly increase the amount. It is thought his I int >i I file# are* alioiit $.'iU,(NX) for riKWiey l#>rrowe*i on forg**d reaiinierciul j*a|ier Tlte FirKt, National hank of this pin*#* and xevernl !.iimii«s« men were mulcted by l/M’kwooi. ’I'he lunk ha# WN'tired an a#-signmeiif of $!2,UU0 in life insurance )iolicuw, a quit claim on a farm d*##l and a se* ut id mortgage on whim* (leraotmi pro|#*rty. < lite of tin* Worst features* of I/>ckwo«d’t crime I# the ruination of hi# aged father w Im tee name he so **xteii#i vely u#*#h Nocriiix* inall action lur# yet l#*«*n taken agHinvt l/#*k-wood who is #tiii confined to hi# InnI. Ilia •ack lie*# im im >t reg ar dad a# #enoiu*. It i# #aid tliat he tut# s|/ ut a g«N#l deal of money iu buying lottery tucket#. The ltu##lan Fft t rad 11 ion Treaty. VV a an i noton, Jan. 16. (ll the secret int* sion of the senate yenterday the Riuwian extradition treaty was under conHiderattou. Ibirmg the diHcuNHion a grevit deal of oppotd-ti<Hi t/> the clause providing for the extradition of (statical criminal# develop#! amt after a short delNite the senate re*-committel tin* treaty to the committee ort foreign relations. I he calendar of unohjreted iiomiuat ion# was then token up und a nullifier of con ll ii nations were made. A Wonderful I ie vice. VVAHitiNUToN, Jan. 16. —The Uni'/ersai F'l*#-tric Railroad Signal company gave a private exhibition yesterday of the iiM-rit# of the eornjxiny’# new invention of train signalling. Hie idea is to enable Bm* engitM*er# of l*N*oniotivee to coiiirnunicate with each irtlier by tch-pkotM or a code of signals at any point along Hie line of r*Nul when they <##im* within h vj##*ifi*#i dixtanre of each other running either in the same or in opf/jsite directions. Th*- in*, ention I# a marvel of simplicity and is nj;|sire oily entirely prncticahle. Th* .loliuHtMwn ( onuniwlM*. Philadki.fhia, Jan. BL - Til© Johnstown commiaKiou meete to-day in this city and will discuss the erection *>f stanch 1/ridges, th© erec tion of a ho©}>ttal ar*d arrangeimuta with the Girard Trust company for cKtahihthing an orphan#' annuity fund, by which all orpliarM by the flo*d shall re#cive $40 a year until 18 year# of age. 'I'he cotan ii-©ion's balance is $200,000. Men XVbo ftefti#* ta b* Hied. VVoBi’RN, Ma##., Jan. BL—Twenty-four sete tors in th** |ent!*er factz»ry of f>>bh& (To. have struck. Home time since tliey were doing ITH odes at $10 |*er wrek, but agreed to do 200 stare a wrek by working overtime, receiving $11.75. I'he firm notified them Tuesday tliat '*>Mi would Inj expected witlmut extra pay. Hie other operative* will l*e affected by tij« strike. Cone ms a gh Valley Kbewted. Frmtauito, Jan. IC.—A special dispat from Johnstown, Ba., says th** waters iii t r ‘TM-rnaugh river ann Stoney crrek are again at fl*xNi height. The Cambria City brklge is iii danger of lM*ing sw**(>t away. The lower )*art of Millville, near the stone bridge, is I again under water and the occupants of nome I of the liouws are preparing to move out. h th© Foi Call at Monroe’s. ;