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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               I-M Center St. r. VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1890. REPUESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES 0F DUNKIRK. st HI I ING MACHINE for ruling st ,n huikx U the latent to iiartmont ul L rk I'rinting Com pan 1 and Wood Yanl.'nw opposite Nickel Plate of Hani and Soft Coal, -hinirtea and Lath. Kree lor wholesale RT. KOI.IMI, physician nnd nur- gvon. Olllcu, ilfl Central Avenue, over Lyon'B  lny, and will lie: immuilh ik- 'ivcitd anil attended to. SPECIAL W ANNOUNCEMENT thn lliirlfr.nl ami Co in evi-ri tn'Mi n, [.Inn. <'h.-jip riili-s. Liberal I.Tin Aililrr'HH KVKKKTT M-KINO, lil-ll. lur WtBtorn N. Y..-2S; Main St., liviffnlo, N. IK you want H wroIesMoiml Kiinlenfi- und llorml for pruning your iiwn, mrr KunlcnsHnd llollnnd, French or Knt'li-li model, write or cull for Viin.U-rinrulfli HI-..T 412 Canary street, and see what llicy ciin flo. OIM-U. Local SALKSMKN: wnnteii at Pay. Mciuly H'oik. Mock Warranted. Quirk Soiling iiullil Tieo. U nnccussiii-y. .IAH.K NKV, Nui-Byinun, Uixihunlur, N. V. IKVINO, I'rO- s.. li. K. street, near I' N. V. Mil- ,-u-.. liounil in al! stylos. Orilcrs 1' jiU. ii'leil to. All worfc guaranteed. K'S CKOCKBKY HOUSK, :w Central Avenue. ami retail dealer in and lima, GlnaHware, Ac. Ocn- HOTEL, f" Hates, H per day. 33S and 337 Lion street. ACO.. I'atvntAtK-rr.ut 711. Waslimtcton, II.  or tluj kinds of which Uu'V require nrc Hut thf-rp is ainarkiHl rouvul in thctnulo for (ioiucstif worlds li-lit to the (.'hunt's year in trciisury nilhiKs, now fnr tlu- Hrst tinu- felt. ui'i- busy and hojK'tul, anil thu di inantl for MARY WASHINGTON'S MONUMENT. 1 ho Suit Ovi'p the Land on Which it In riirnrmrK'sm IKS, Va., Jnn. fourth of th-j Mary monu- ment lilx-1 suit fijM-ncd yesterday. W. Shi-pnnl, defondanl in the suit, was I'M ailed. Shopanl studiously yvmled qm-Mir.ns. was finiil'lv fon-.-d to admit the existence nf certain milch 1n nt ol bis friynds. Krom his tc-TniHtny it apjM-ared thnt Shepard Ci.liM-rtiV k'n-licyu letter, dntod Fob 'J-J, !n thu Mnry U'ashinj; ton iii'iuiinicnl hut that h-tttr wan I'fiilK written on U'Lcii ashod wliv d.ited Hi.- MKT K--U. Ins t'ailc-d him, hut 'he pl-niitifr.-. counsel rel'ieshed it hy icllinti him In- did su for the purjtosful1 the let t ei pn uriiiH'iict1, as lie had stated to Mr. (v'iitlv liv d-ttintf it l-'cli. liirthd'iyi. The counsel stated, was New Voik World curresinmdenl Imt Mojcn from the cor- K -.ponijcrit liy some one MipiHjsrd to lie tSllt'p- unlX fri.-nd. Inning Sliepard's examination jilaintilFs if he did not toll dipt. M-lit-Miie 1u of the i u thing Khcjifird de- lur ilefcMisp, in an clennun.....i De Al lev- ley, was pre-M'iit, but ID hi.s not yet h.'en placed on the stand, here int" ITU pled proceedings by moving touards h'.t v.ns kept hack liy his friends ('apt, IV Alley said it an out thai shou'ld IM> permitted tuinipijch the-1 i-nthfuliu-ss ol' a man In-fore he n, and that if tv- I i ated Ins fi'i'ici-iu vOien he was placed on Ihe lie suiintlly Hi1 prolmbly testily to-day. jMr 1 it h u mi led t li'1 easp suhniit ted tx> a, jury, I.e "tired of nonsense." Mr-Laiujhiin adjuiirued thp nonrt untj! td-duy in order to allow plaintiff on oppinttiniiy lo seai'eh tho eom- p.u.ir-V I'd" and MX.inline authentic eopie.s of TI 1 ri'J-itivo to the case. WYOMING ON THE THRESHOLD. A Hill KnnUin-; to the AclmlMlon of tliu Tcriitnry tn Stntrhooil. ,Inn. bill for thp inlirnj-iion of which th" ii-WhtH-U-hfill U> entitli-il tx. sentative in congress; tliat .sections ID Ix.vMishij, -luill purposes; tlmt all lands thus shall hn lispnstil of nt imblic wile, tliopnie.H-ds to pt-rmanent school fund: tliat vnt. (tf all the mnney realized for A C11AS1I OX THE RAIL. AN LXPRESS TRAIN RUNS DOWN AN ACCOMMODATION. i they (.'iiii ib stron IMKI( (ind stirx1 iinlusti'y is mid tho two text ili bv dis- nr controversies in Ivistcrn liuuK nil b. In the edu tlmt the pHiiih'iitiurv nt all lands connected u ith it and unc-xp'-uded tions aro Lo the new stAl th.'it ii.iHID .-ici-es of land are granted to tho sta'e !or an wwiety; Uiat in HI of grants of land under existing internal ini- prmement and land acts tho follow- ing Brants are mad'1: inline in I'intah county, IJOj neres, peji.il I'l'tortn institution, 'arl liil.UiJU acres; ]M'nitentiary, Albany cininly, IO.IHMI acres; deaf, dumb anil blind lnni, Laramie county, ncn-n; farm. count v, acres; miners' norniu.1 selnmls, Of res; slate flmritahln, eiluejttioiial, in'tial and ret'oi'inntui-y institntioiis, LM'I.OOO acres, ft toUl of acres. All miiUM'iiI lands are exempt from the grunts made. The sum nf is to bo appropriated tojuiy the expense of tho constitutional convention Tn-o I'MtKi'iigorft and One the Injured, and Auollir Hurt No On onductor Killed, 'nihithly Fatally on Kxprt-ss Train of Opurutor. Jan. A collision occurred .11 tin- 'nx-miiiiti, Haitiilton and ruil- i'oml near 1'latv. Ohi'i, fast Four iit.iUein.iit vostili'ile train from Chicago nn the Cincinnati, Hamilton and radroad, line here at p. m ran into the (ilendalt" iiccoinin'ida! at Hill Junction nt last ('.indii'-tor brak'etnan. whose irttne lias yi t been learni'd, were instantly killid. A Jiilm WiU.ii, of tin- I JIM i ranee rompany, uas wt-iv liadly injured. The engineer the I'e-vi supp >sed that tin; itccominodnt lun out of the the rate they nmninjc, nnd hu hud barely time lu engine and with his fiicni-in jump to the before they cra-1'i'M into the i cur ul the train preceding them. Th-y ic badh -.hnkcn up but otlier- u ise uninjured. Thiee caught tire and VVt-TL1 I) II llCll Up, 'I PI' oPKHM'nll's PATLT. (Ii'iii t-Hipermti nd int Nelson tlie -1'X'ount the accident: "'I'he ve.s- tilmle (nun was due hero at and the ae- cninino lal luii at The telegraph opera- tor nt Kluuod signalled tli.-express train that the 'block' was clear and thn 1 rain proceeded on it-i uav. It was diawn by a St I'UHJJ, loco- motive m of Coakley and nn engineer in tho emplny uf thu Strong company named Just before Ihu tram reached ('olle-e li ill junction it rounded a curve and tho engineer saw the accommodation H short distance nh'wl of him. 'ouUley slacked up t ram and then jumped und escaped uith slight injuries, remained on tho engine until it struck the rear car of the accommodation tram, but wtLs not, hurl. The express train was not damaged in the leu-st  cabinet nnd inlimute I Mends have IH-OII and will atleud, will U) buld nt tliw Hlaiiut niwision on Lafayette sipiun1 at a m, Thn rfiniiins will then lw> taken to the t Imrch of tint eiKwl, tho ]niblic ice will nt II o'clock. Seats mthehodv of tlinrhureb have been rewrved Cor inemb of tlm fam- ily and relatives, (or the president and culv i nd, the diploma tie, and henatxn'K ant) The Key. Dr. Ilanilin will conduct the services both at the mansion and at the church. LEGISLATORS WITH THE GRIP. ol Sept. I ST. Th FORMATION OF Notice is herrbF piven that I have taken my son, Uuilolrh Koch, into tuirtnenthip with me Ihe rurnitiiro ini-inOBf, and tlmt the huMm-Mi will heroMU-r he .ui lirm nftino oi Louiu Koch Sou. Lovis Keen Drunkenness; Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured ABMIRlSTEima DR. HA1KS' OOtDIJ SKCIFIB. II can be given In a cup ol coffee or tea. or In ar- ticles of food, without tlie kuowlcdgo of tho per- taking It; It is absolutely harmless and effect a permanent anil epccdy en re, whethei moderate wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARAN a completefcurcTin every instance. 48 page states. But the shipments of boots and shoes- from Boston in cases, an increase of per cent, over cent, pi MILD DEPUKSSIOX, "Pa-ports from vnrkmii qnartei's are on the inoiv fjnoral-le. iMild weather hus an ed much but wherever colder ei-v. ('nllections are quite pern-rally slort, hecausn of retarded distribution, but ji reported nt only few money markets hero and elsew here show- on tho whole rather moru pressure, 'he heavy business Jn progress and the tardy collections us plain, Business failures during the la.'-t s-evnn days number for thu Vnitod States for (.'niindn oljktJal compared uith ICJ last week. For the i-oiivvpnndiiij; week la-t year the ligitres t in th.1 I'nilcd States and If! judicial cirtuit for which a judget United attorney oinl marshal aru to bo Statc jioint Acnurtisto INI held on the first and ]ier I M.mday in April and tho first Monday of Nmsmber of each year. Tho tx-rritorial otll- cers ai'c to citntinue to liold oflice until tJiu state onicer.s are elected and iinulify. C'l.inoN, N .7., .Ian. VnM day, selling, mile: S. first huUan secuixl, PM-tinntit thitd, time. Second J'iicc, ti'.j furlong; I'ri'eddiii first. Kleilni- seeond, Ofnl-ee Uiiid. time, 1 t. Thiid 1 miles: Daly. Jr., tlrst. (Mi ndnlf -ec.ind, Can't 'IVIlllihdi time, I _.. Jumrth race, the llecl.-jre l-audicap, I1 1 miles: Ward Sain D. third; 'J -1 J'4'. l-'ifth rare, selling, mile- Mnhel (llenn fiist, Jhniiic Jl. -econil, (Joldeu third; time. raie, 1 mill1: (inlden I'ei-1 first, Swift socimd, Jim Murphy thinl; time, Arrested for .Smiicglluff. YORK. Jan. dipt. lU-ttig of tho Ward Line -teanier Saratoga, from Havana, and Lanion, one of his wcro arrested on u charge of into this eotintiy jewelrv valued nt They were held in Lad by thu United States commis- sioner fni1 examiiiation txMlay. Tlie jewelry was J'onnd at I'npt. Kitt IR'S lion so and did not appear on the manifest. The Bxjdmia- 1 1011 given asked cjipUiin ud Sandv llo-tk, to of tho IiHinon to sen his li-inkci sand arrange to have Ihe valuables transferred to some steamer IKMUH! for Am- sterdam, hither going. Lanion to return and rcliovo tho captain of the jewels, but faded Ui do "When thn -iMp rea'-hrd tart tin: captain put the' pm-k- in his purket Laiuon. jSeitlier th onsider not inte d this ded for this market, as of a Caul Train. N. Y., Jnn. Iwid wreck (.f n coal bianch o S--nlc died j bl. Hop Kill Hix Jan. Asa T e atjed f'u pic-tdcilt ot the Hop i tin.-m.'in who m.'idc th.it p-il i'iiinoiis evte'i-i'.'i.1 a The de ceased liad larj.-e int- 'e m Kails.ls. He the I Soille rnl- Cily, and Hi- pr.M.lent and owner of the Nalional bank there. He also owned more than half the t iwn of In- gulls, which becani" the county M-at of Orav coinitv nl'I'M-a violent stnu'tili- with the resi- dents of Cimarron. Mr ooiile probably worth train occurred on thn Newbnrg the I'ji'ie railroad betwei'ii Wash- le and Hloomina; (Trove. From arti--ulars it is learned that one man 1 and another seriously in- "he (rain wrecked consisted of alnmt rs ai'd was run into by an extru me direction, derailing severa four of them down a[ emb.ni'itnent. The track is badly ked trains have to p> round by wav A wrecking train has been sent It.1 set ne of the accident. Ii is4 Center street. florin Musical Instniments and Sewing u.iH's. specialty of first class fii rhinos and Farrand ft Votey Organs. .t 75 oor. Deer. ?.r Meftt Market. Fresh, Salt and 1 Lard, SaoBagea, Craters and Buy the Aurora Bailroad Watch, t- "epairing a specialty, frank f. stapf, WE. Third at Merchant Tailor. lie Central Arenue C. C. PENFOLD. MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 MAIN ST., y. DEALER I WHES d KEY, Clnckl, Silverware, Leather gyoKA nxa, GOLD f SIL VBR rrsa A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroquote Uotel. AttiKhnifMts T-surd. AmvcTox. )hisN.t Jan is.- At on thf liu-mi- Tucker tv CD. of this phm for amount N-inj; "VValtrr Iliirron it A It fiml lui-> cc dui1 tin1 incii, Itut it is full. Twn nu T f Soutli strt-rt, in the I it u ill In.1 paid in An KK-ctrir Suit Decitleil. NKW YORK, .Inn. In the Tinted circuit court tho suit nf the Klectrie conipany of New the Hrush Electric of New York, invoh ins the to sell niul latid and in favor of the plniiitifl' and an injunction and au accounting were ordered. Appolnlineiits hy Governor Tllll. Jan. of Pub- lic Works Hannan lias nj'pointed Hugh Tifunorolerk to the a-.sN.tnnt supevintend- ent--. The new appointee formerly an aldeniiau in Troy, Edward Duffy, aKo an was apjyiinUnl to a ?1 clerk- ship in the inMiranee department. To Test His Orlilloitp. Mont., Jan. A jM-iitirm fora nt niatidfiiniis ur.s filed in tlio supreme by the (ittoriinys of Tlmmp-on, of tlio Hepnltlican house from Si Ivor etniuty, to com jxil Auditor Kenny to him a warrant for per diem and mileage. The case has Itt'on set for Mon- innniinir. Tho action is brought for tlio if-tinp: tin- validity of the state viianl which hf (Thompson) holds, he 'inj f the memlx-i's el tiie vote at the Tuiiuul One Ohio State Senator Dnjitl and a Cou'MHrs, U., Jan. Ashhurn oC thu hrown-C'li-ntont district dii-d yesterday of pnenrnoni.i, suporinduced by la Ho was first tokeii ill on Friday, but on Tiifwdiiy went to tlm senate and voted for Mi1. JJrice fur United Ktutos wnat'ir. Hu was boi'n in in Clerrmmt eomity, and liis widow is (i mill's iirst cousin. Jle was to tho bar in and h.-id The pall brrnviN srl- -ted AVlifirtfin, .John S liroun, Mareelliin ISailcy, M. IJ-irtli, A I' .leiiks, H. H. Uir- in-. Wilhnin 1 The will act as J, riner K. Cnrlis, X. L. Anderson, A. Tyli-r, T. M. Mason, Tll.xloil Henle, Kl-eflel'ieU rill- ford Kichunlson, Woo-HiMi'V Hlnir, Keniseii H T Wright, T. THE AFRO-AMERICANS. RESULT OF THEIR DELIBERATIONS AT CHICAGO, A Vigorous rrotattt Agatuit Illrral Trent inont of Tbrtr IUcf by Kullrondi Otlif r Cot purntlonn PrupfHieil I.oiiffiio to Strictly Non-rolltlcnL KslublUhiuont of Blato CHICAOO, Jan. 18. The committee on eon- KtiUition and by-laws appointed Thursday by (1m Afro-AnuM'ican convention reiiortod yw- U'nlny. roport tlio liun of an article doclarliig that Afro-Aincririm longue whouKl not indorse party in ivilitics, oini that any monitor using tlm Iwigne's jmniphlot's or stationery for a poliliruior iwrwraal purpom should be OT- IH'lli'd. Fnmi interviuwa with severai dele- it fs that the goiioral doKlro is hit organization of a strictly non-political Icngitc, and that to Indor could not bo con sin itni an a btilt fivrn either parly. An nrtifio adopted sets forth tho ob- of tho OB follows; To protest ngainat taxation without repre- sentation; to inore equitable diutrt- hntian of wlinul finids wluire soperate wthoobi isxJHt; to Insist fair and iinixivtial trial whoroin their rnr-B a jwirty; to ruaJflt by legal and i-ousonable means all niobund lyiu-h law whonwf we nro the victims, ami to insist iqion tho arrest and conviction of all such clfendors aguhint our legal to msiHt (lie tyrannical linages of railronds, Bteam- hoabi and other ooriKiratioiu nnd the unlaw- ful conduct of their employes, in nil VRWH whore wo are concur nod, by the proHwulion of Hucli and their employes in Ktutn nnd fedora! courtH; to for the reformation of all mntitutioiiB whrtfw barhnrous troattnent of oonvlute is practicod nnd to assist emigration from terror-ridden hoctiuns. ''The objects o( tho league sliall be attaineii by the tHlurntfuii of a Inuilthy public m-nti- iit through the medium of the and pulpit, public meetings and and by to tho courts for iixlrww of nil niul uf legal and coiiHtltiitlonn! rights, the of l.hu iHting to attain thn ends desirod through peaceful Riid lawtul Other article were adopted wliieh provide for the of locnl And utato and thu stalo conveiitloiiH. Contrary txj oxixsctntlon there WM uo dc- Iwito when the urtlcU of tlio constitution was reachexi and Uw following wtw atloutod, with a vury few dissnnting voices: ThU lottgun Is a uoii parttnan boly ftnd auy iiiiunlKiT irodlcprof tho execiillvw who Htutll attmnpt to UHO tliU for iKjhUrnl purpomw slmll be Any of ibo IfuRue upon h. electeU to nny ofltec, or appointed to tlm HARIB, Hlmll bb resign tils o in Ui to wi nwilutfuim favoring mure cnnuil di H. S, Ander-tnu, Kichard Smith and A. I-' Met InMer. Si'eretary lilainn, ho sinoo the iln.-ith of his son, lias remained at his home, went out fora Mr in in thu deepest I'j'ief, but bears his alibi t ion well and turn's imiieal ion jihysir-nl prOMlnitioii. fifteen yrai> as common jn three vcurs on the supremo court bench. This ure, in winch as his first tnnn in tho le ho wius the ablest meiubei1. Kenafors Jlowolls and Wallace aro sick, and Heprespntutivw lias taken homp to Pint I lay to din. Kcprosenlji- tive Taylor of Urhana is down sick and. u half down of bin Iiavo leaves of absence on account of illnesH. Sickness lias so disrupted and crippled the un1 Hint, no important legislation will lw> until tlio thi'o' aciini'ies by dfvitli are tilled nnd the domm sick rnenibers gut or their siic- cessLirs appear. CUtiiumen Comlnif EaHt. PiTTHuriUf, .Tun. passed through tliis city yentordny nine Chinamen en from thu 1'aeilic coast to? Now York eity. The Chinaman in charge of tho pnrty speaks English and resides in Now York. J lo sUitwl that a firm of fonlrar'tors in New York Uud st-rit him West for the puriwNe of scouring Chinamen who are to bo put to work us hod carriers, laborers, ete. If it is found that Chinamen can perform thn duties re- quired others will IK- brought Kast. Tho in- formant stated that it was tho intention of hLs employers to thus protect their interests in ease there is a. general strike thu building trades, htborurs, eU1., for the; hour rule next Way, m hi v in an Sulllvun'H KR. N. IS. --Tho ftmo f Hon. P. Andrew Sullivrm, munilwr iisscinhly, tonk plfn fln y ill- the mucnlato Conception church. Kvciy in I he edifice occupied and HIM 11 v nnable to K11'11 The ('.oral WLTG nnniernns and U-nntiful in desi-.'ji, SciiMfor loo ill to IK; jr-esent, sent a and tho 1 its conimilhv. fiuni hi-d a beautiful column of rare ihrncrs un its in raised thu iiiM-riptinn Our 'ollcajrnu." The wcro on- ductcil liy Kcv-. Futl.er O liar-. The ivinain, ttt-jv iiiteri'tvl in Holy Sepulchre r-enn-tcry. Two Mil The Boston Kin-. Bodrov. .I'm. losses niul insurance in the iSuinnicr as far as ha.4 hocn tu oliUiin thfin, are as follows: CUllin. Burns Co., leather, insur- an T' in almut twenty coinptinies; Emory, leather andshiM1 (indiiigs, insurance, Clegg Fisher, K-atliL'r iHKird nianiifacturci-s, fully insured. building, is owned by tin1 riosloii I'liiversity, is ruinwl. Snndiiy Closing to be Knforretl. Cc-lo., Jail, new she i iff, Jlr. Ilai'ton, has ordered all salofjiis closed Sunday. The la won this point has hitherto been a dead letter. The order causes a sensa- tion. Several saloon keepers say they will di -regard it and lively times are looked for. State of Claims. ALBANY, Jan. state bonrd of claims a rece-ss yesterday until Feb. 18, the day that Snuith's ceiliiiR claim is to ctiine up, The entire calendar lias lieen cleared up. Awards have been made in all but two cases. Jan. I'-t nnd (Jharles Dent, colored, were here yesterday for the murder of Air. f'i nerorions, near Kthel, La whom they way laid and July I, mi'ii were on sciLd'nld. [siiiah inadd a hrief urging his r-ul..red i i to waniud by his and to he pood He had no fault to iiiid with liis sentence, as he liafl Uiinly done acipiieseod in what l.saiah said. He wa.-- imf so trii'lty as Isaiah as he diil not shoot Mr. Praulorius. Both men died easilv. At a meeting ioii held hero vr.Kini.i., Ma. .Jan. IS. f thesfnh' boaid of nrliitmti ye-U-rday iln> Maiiiifa.'turers assiN-itUitm wiw by .President Porter (Jarilncr, -lulin K. (late, of tlio lirm of Cale I'.ros., and Jameh li. and I ho ilool arid tShoc Malcer.s1 nnitm Messrs. and inton. The quest olved in the labor 'Uhlcs were full v dheiiswd, resull in Hie dtflieidties so I'nr ILM U) allow tho king employes at, Wliir-hrll   only a and other changoH in Kaini; line will follow. In his to tho aocrctnry thn sinjhsiil of Mr. Phillips, CoinmiBwionrr lOiuni utntcs 1 hut ho thinks nuch action will protnoU' tho etlluieney of tho service. (junrrelllnc OTOF thn llulun. W. Va., Jan. 1M. There is n Iiard battln going on in the committee on f tho legislature. Thu qtyHtion on which the Rnpublicnns und split n the liinitjitioii of dnluite. Democrats want almost but the Itepubiicaix not submit to this, and it is probable that the bat ita will bo fought out in the full ow- sombly. A number of important bills went introduced yesterday, among tlicm an AUH- traiiiui bill, an autL-trust bill and it hill limiting railroad charges and ewtfiblUh- ing u railroad roinniission. Olusi ittittln Trtwt. LONDDX, Jan. tnwt has been formed in London by thu uniting of twenty-three Hrms in tho inannfae- tureorsaleof gluts boillcs, with a view to tho inainCLimncG of a uniform prico. Acct.Ipntttlly Killed Ilimftclf. OMAHA, Jan. Dillon, a nephew of Hon. Sidney Dillon of Now York, acci- dentally shot and killer, himself whilo out liuutinj; on his farm, ton northwest of this citv. Newfoundland Elections. HAI.IFAX, Jan. special from St. Johm, N. F., says: Tho government candi- dates wore returned in the departmental elections yesterday by large majorities. ut. home and abroad, ftlttvin Sulllviin. VoiiK, .Jan. IS. -Slttvm from Sullivan to light for J a London jjrixe riiiff rnlos. in America or Eurojw1, or 1x> wilh MI null gloves, I iie Guxet.e rules, for a M at the California club, provided tho club will arid a purse to tho stakes. flavin has pfjsled a Comlskey forfeit. unn With the llrotherhood, CuiUAOo, Jan. Charles Coiniskoy has signed a Players' loagiie contract for three years. Ho will horeaftor be thu ta.sn and manager of tho Chicago Iirothor- hooil U'ani at u sjilui-y bordering, it is Haul, on por annum. Oi-ennl7.cd tor lUcrtallnn. NRW YOUK, Jim. Rwiuet r-lul: has fonnod for recreation in the- Adiron- dacbt, with a club house, to arquira land clhowhcreaH riHjuirod, and to adopt nnd en- force mmiHiires for the preservation and proportion of game upon tlio of tho club. Tho trustees of the club am: A. Lmien-iice New York; John H. DiMinison, Williarnstown, Mam.; Martin Van Huron Ivea, Potsdam, N. Y.; Charliw Iluck- ley New York, and William How- ard Doughty, Troy, N. Y. The Hnow Itlorkade Knded. DKXVKR, Colo., Jan. 18. Tho block- aile has come txj an end, the first passenge train arriving nt AlamoKa from yesterday, It wow one of the severtvt Htorm of the Hcaxon. The snow drifted in many twenty feot deep, ami in the cut when the trains were stalled tho Hnow was nix feel ttbove tho top of the cars. Nona of tlio p s suffwud as they had plenty of GENERAL FOREIGN NEW3. urtne'icHe 8nmmnned to Vfrtury for Jan. Tlio activity ami earav nst ness of the now premier of Kenlior PltnontAl, in tho pursuit of tlio policy if tho ministry )H winning 'rom tho majority and font dfttarming the (epubliraim who RAW In tho HUP render uf tho nnliinot to deiiuirulw of England pretext for agitation, if not actual rovo- ittton. J'imentul ban minmioned to Lisbon tlie to Berlin, Vienna and Ilonto in order that be may ver- tally iiiHtruet them regnrdinR the diauJro of iho Kovvnirimt thnt they will porsUtontly that the nhall interfere in with Kngliuid in of Portugal, vrliom wantonly trampled Tho anuounrenient of thin option ban gruatly oondiic-ral to tho flow of a tide of pop- ular in the ministry, and it U bo- lioved that tho ofTortM of tho tlins will nwult in a contddorablo of tho w verity uf ulti- matum, to tho end that a inntiially satisfac- tory undiMftHiiding may bo arrived at. 'Jlio rortugiioHO colony in I'arbt nan hold a reprenontutive meeting at whirh iiMoIutfoiu ware pajuwxi condemning tho of UM KngliKh Kovenmiftiit and thanking tho French for their efTortH to Hocure the preva- lence of right in tho Portugal and England whomin thoprogreiw, proBperity and honor of the former U pitted againirt. iHcrupuloiiH groml of the latter, WOHTIIIJCHH QUIW. Tt has IXMMI that 110-ton Rum c-arriwl by tho Benbow of the M4Hlitorruncan aro ontireiy worthhjsti for tho purpojw for which thoy ThU was fntfuiatod time ago by PoKtmaxter Clmieral llaiken, who 
                            

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