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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. T., TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1800. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RULING MACHINE for rulln all kinds ol blanks is the latest audition U til.- Mechanical Department ot Dunkirk Printing Com pan 4 LEXAHDER'S Coal and Wond Yard.nr A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate depot. All grades of Hard and Soft Coa Woodl Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free iebv Correspondence lor lo toiicited. ALEX. M. MANN, Practical Plumber, Ga and Steam Fitter. Special attentio riven to Sanitary Plumbing. Ketimatea give on I'lumbm Hot Air Fur riven 10 Dltniuiry luraumK. ABtimiiMfa on I'lumbing, Uas fitting-Bteam Heating an Hot Air Furnaces. 27 E. Third street. BB. OIFFORD, MS and 226 Central Are Artiatio Photographer. Inatantaneon 1'tiotographa of Babies a specialty. Sltlen need not wait for sunshine except to babies. BOOK HINDERY-JAMES IHVINO, Pro- prietor, No. 16 Second street, near Bui laio street, bnnklrk, N. Y. Magazines, Mu tic, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Orders promptly attended to. AU work guaranteed. BVBCHEK'B CBOCKEKY HOUSE, 308 Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported am Domestic China, Glassware, Ac. A HAS. H. 221 Central Gen jy, mMf tut! A.VCt UVU Ineuranca, Lite, Accident and Fire He in tbe olt. Estate Agent. X_S cam Jk.vviucilb   Chas. Nagle, Prop.. Under Lake Shore National Bank, corner Center and Third A flue slock o Foreign and Pomeatic Cigars. 10NKLIN A SON, 838 Center street, Practical Particular attention psjd to interfering horses. Shoeing of rcac i J trotting bones a specialty, KTENINO OBSKRVEB. Largest Daily In tbe County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNKXRK ENOLNEICKLNO CODtPANV Formerly Sellew A Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers. Pulleys Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forging. Castings, and Machine Work to order. yvOKKIBK 8H1MT CO., 206 and 20" Center street. Manufacturers ol thi "Cromwell" and ''Dunkirk" perfect nttuig Dreas On sale in all leading Airmailing clothing and dry in Dunkirk. TOOKBT, 434 and 436 Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, Baled Ilaj, Plioe- pbates. etc. Established, 1377. HOTEL and uining Saloon, Union Depot. Easy access to all trains and uus ift hoiuea. Best accommodations for Com- iai Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. EttLKKS CO, VI and 99 E. Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up bolstering. Picture Frames made to order. F.1 I D. MATTB80N CO., 101 Central Ava., Leaden of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfltun H 8TKAM Mannfactnrers of Steam Heating' Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OBUE STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOo; Collars Ic; Cuffs. 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A. W. Cummings, 207 Center street. II U. OKO3H, S. Third Bt, cor. ot Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes, HENRY WKmEK'S NEW STORE, 103 E. Third st. Books, Stationery, Musical In- audWeekly Papers, and everything pertainma; to a flrst olvss book store. Schooi Books a specialty. FOB PRINTING ol every desoripMonand At lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 Second Suj JH. TAN BCKBN SON, Fin. Life, Accident and General Inauraaoa. Deal- ers in Keal Estate and Loans. Carlicular attention paid to the cure of property collect- lag rents AC. 219 Center St.. 2nd Ooor. ROE'S FHAKHACY, SOO Central Avenue Headquarters lor Wall Paper Faints, Oils, Ac. PBBKZN8, J. W., 209 Center street, Manufacturer and dealer In Harness. Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Buffalo UobOb, llorse Gloves.Mitloiutand Sleigh Kobes. T.W.Murray. 337 I.ion street. A specialty made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and Gas Fitting. Workmanship iruar- nteed. NO. 139. I'BOFKSHIOKAL. D T. KOI.P1I, M. b., Physician anil Surgeon, Offlce over Lynn's Oruff Store. KenKicuce, Centre! Avenue Telephone No. a. _______j-alla may be lelt at Lyon'n, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT W -An active representative fur do. in I lan. Che KBKTT Snner, I Superior pla Arfilrea. fcv U, cn. ct Western N. Y..BB Main St., linffalo, NY. p Liberal term AI-HINU, Ccn. Act To TF jou want a professional Kimlenur und 1 florist for priming your trees, making garilene and parks, Ifullaiiil, French or lim'lwl K Canary Street, and see what they can do. Wanted at once. Local or Work- HU'ck .Quick Selfing Specialties. Oiiiilt Experience Unnecessary. jAS.li.WlHT- ItEY, Nursyioan, Rochester, N. Y Attornoys, en ;th Ibt., ashlngtnn, C., opn s. I'aient Of- 'i fie ignnes buuunid. rrade Murks registered. AlU'nUmt wn.luclo.1 for mo.lon.Ui Foes. Inforim'ti.lu Aavicc. and special rcleronuea BOIH on KXPKN8K8 IX An- VANCE, allowed oaeli mouth. .Stei.lv traveling. No soli- o so.i- IverlnKaiiil making collections. R with UAFiU CO., i'iqim, Ohio. wish to employ a few Indies on salm-y to take business at their homes. Light, very fascinating and healthful. Wages per week. Koforeiicet.'lvrjn. Uond pnyfor partUme. Aildreaa witli ntniup. MKH.MAU- lori WAI.KKB, Louisville Ky. for or Sale. House corner and Uovo htrc.'t Newly irtted up ami in fine itoiulituni. sell on ouav lurms. JLIKIIIIH- ut lliu Martin lleuter Co. xTJPRIG-HT PIANO TlIK Ut'IlIOJlT PIANO A SORRY PRKDICAMHNT. THE ONE IN WHICH EX-GOVERNOR FORAKER FINDS HIMSELF. TcHtimony ISefure the Iiivmtlgating Committee Darker and Darker for tho Chief Kxecutlvo of Olilo. Story of Urn Young Mu.i Who Traced tlie .Signature. WASHIXC.TOX, Jan Mosljy of Ciiu-iiiimti ti-htilliil lii.forc thi> house commitr tee Ohio ballot IKIX forgery yeatcnlay. He produced u number of letters from Uliionns indorsiiir; Wood UwKinokc inxiK-rtiii'sliip. Anionj; these were severnl from Foraki-rand one from Fowull. law port wr of Keinvseiitntive Hut terwoi-th Aftur it Ixvnmp known Ihat the ballot Iwi paix'i- was a loifjery, Woral cnmc t.i tin' iimyor inifl pxjiliiinnl that there HPIB always three or four cliques working togetaliill through and it was ncrvssnry to hnvt- certain pajicrs to hhow Mjine of tlipee by otiier who nerc iuteresteil in u bill in order u> shut tlisin off. John Sullivan, n nliolesule liquor dealer of Cliieinnnti, testified that Wood had eallxl on him and left a letter to Kiveii to Frank Kelly, sec'i-etiiry of the Democratic caniiansii coinmittiv. Oovenini' Foriiker, who examinofl tho wit- ness, said the object of the testimony was to show that Wood was in communication with Democratic: campaign committee and with Mr H., would or to show this conned ion tlnotiKhnthei- wilnessps Frank J. Kelly ol Cincinnati, secretary of the Democratic cumiiaigu conmiittoe dining the lust (Tiilicrnntonal cainpaiKii, testiiied that ho was given the letter left by Wood with Hullivon. He found that it was a letter from (Governor Foraker to (tovernnr Luce ul me nw iiiieht bi> miiili> of it. w L..1 ve tlle elections in the South for representatives in He also reminded Mr Pasooe of otlwr po lltu-al mui-ders ami outrages in Florida, going as far Irnck as 1SNI. 11 there was any om- state that needed tbe benefit of a federal elec- tion law, iu connection witb congressional .-lections, it was the state of Florida. He submitted to tho senator (Mr. Pascoe) whether be had not lx-tter, under the circumstances, waive bis objections to national interference in pin-lions and to the passage of a national eloi-tifin law that would at least secure elec- tions in Florida that would bo (for ont-e in the history of that state) both honest and peaceful. M: in a rejoinder, said he would not It, iw Senator Chandler in his rumblings from his book; but expressed the bef that the elections in Florida, ever since the nii'inorable one in were fair, FIS jHiHvful unrl as ijuiet as they were in New KuKland. It surprising that there were some irregularities then, IxM'auso the M'liator (Sfr. Chandler) had U-en one of the prinr'ijml up-iits iu the- Florida election fraud m and this resulting from that had not entirely disappeari-il. The allusion his course in Florida in 1871! brought Mr. Chandler his, feet again, and he denied the charge that he had then ap- proni'hed tbu chairman of the state ranvaw- IIIK Imard and Imrl proinisii! that if the state was canvassed for Hayes the majority of the ret liming bonrd would be taken OUT of. He denied that statement absolutely anil declared that the friends of Mr. Hayes hart resorted to no ext raoivlmnry nu-Hns on that oct nsioii Mr. sni.l that tbe charge hurt Iwen often made aud printed, and that this was the first time it had been donlnd. Jlr Ingnlls FJIK! that it, had his pur- posc to address I ho senate to-day on tlio gen- eral subject discussed by tho senators from Alabama Month Carolina (Butler) an.l Florida but ho was suffering from the consoqui-nces ;t the prsvailing mal- ady to such an extent that he would Ire un- iLlc do so. He guve notioe, however, that ENTIRE INTEKIOK CONRTKUCTION EXACTLY LIKE TUB (htANI) PIANO, AND PRECISIC- I-Y TlIK SAMK 1'RT.V- CII'LK. Biuht 5ft. in; Width 5 in; Deptli 2 lt.4 in ESCUOI.TES, 11 .East Third street, ihionaule Tailor. Gentlemen will und it to their advantage to call on me before purchaaiue elsewhere. PB. CABV CO., 333 Lion street. General Hardware, White Oil Cloths, Orauite Wore, i special- Sherwib Williams Paintand Monroe range. UMNO, such blank-books, ledgers, and all kmiU ot blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 K. Second St. MOLDBNHACKB, Cor. Third and Buffalo Sts. Dealer in Granite, Marble. Flagging and Building Stone, your side-walk. niie, Call on me belon buying titles wn >I8LEY. t 7 9 East Front streaL Whisky, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Cse. ROBERT M'KAY, Lion street, near the depot. Keed StaMing by the day or week on aerms. Stable. nable T> MD, J. Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of flret class make, of and Farrand A Voter Organs! S J. Stock Salt and itors and JXWKUtT, Buy tee Aaron BalMwd Watch. specialty. ftmnk Stapf. at Does Piano Peactice Aorwy You? 'Then get a Sons'Piano witb 3atent Mulller, wbiuh reduces tbe tone to minimum. Do you mar tbe front of the piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Men in SODS'Piano prevents that. Do you a genuine Grand in Up Then the Mehlin Sons suit yon. Do you like a sweet, full, iound, yc mellow tone? Then the Sons' will charm Have you taste for the'artisticV The case ot melilin Sons' Piano talian Renaissance style, with baa-re- ef panels, ia B real work of art, and Hi or a palace. Do you want a piano of extraordinary inging quality, and delicacy of touch? The Mehlin Sons' on these points win your praise, But here we must etop.for our limitei pace wlll'not permit us to mention all le excellent features of these superb nstruments and whether you intend to urchase or not, we invite you to cah ud inspect the Mehlin Sons' Phino or yourself. Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK, N.Y. VOBItlATION OF PARTNKRSHir. Notice is hereby (ri Ten thiitl hnvo taken my son, Hudolpb Koch, into partnership with me in the furniture ImMncas, and that the Imsmeus will hereafter be conducted under the firm name of Louis Koch A Son. LOTUS Keen. the Llq.or CurTd IT AMIIttTEIIM tt. HAHtS' OeiUD JPEClf 1C. glvm Hi a cup of coffee or or Inar el tooo, without the knowledge of the per- It. It la khanlxttlw wisnout me Knowledge or tlie per- it; it harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, vrhethei Uwpatlentis a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS, We GUARANTEE a complete cure ID every instance. 43 page boos Address In confidence, SPECIFIC CO.. 185 RacB St.. Cincinnati.O- C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 904 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. Y. DEALER IN Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goods, Ktr. KlfOKA PINO, GOLD SIL PER PL 4 TINQ ing HTO might be marie of it. Witness hrn given it to Leu is J. Bnniai.l of the Demo campaign coimuittiie to bu given t. Mr. Camjild'll. Uovernor FcirBker, nt thi  apply for The governor wanbil a. ivrtam kind of and he tried to 1111 the order. UK KACKl) TlIK SIQNATruKS. Frank L. Mihvar.l of Cinciiinati, a mr> cluuiicul draughUinian, WILS the ni'Xt, uitnew ,He was shown thf foi Red piper. Ho Mild ll( cumf inU) Murray's oliicc one inorninjj aiul found yoiins ruling lines ou tlii pniJer nt U'ooil's said hu was going to havo some names put on it Wood Haiital tho w'tuass to do the trncinj. and assured him it would do no harm. Wood told him a very plausible story about the paper, stating that, it mis to bo used only to obtain ptis-icsiion of another pnper from tlie Demo, rutic campaign connnitten. Witness the iiinm-si. t.xik tlm paper anuy and tho witness to got Morru-d. lie told Mr. Murray, who informed Judge llui-innii, und thnniKh him tin- matter came out; Tlio wilnev, hud (jouu Ui Mr. Hal- ufU-r tho pnlihetit inn of the jintx-r ninl told him about the whole matter. JSlr. Hal- stead did not bulievo liim. Ho iwcive.l no money for tho work. "Witness is a young man alioul 20 years old, and his testimony was given in a .straightforward manner. Lewis M. lladdon of Cincinnati was the last H itues.s. Ho hail understood that Repre- BflitJltivusBiitterwortb, Uampliell and others weregnvitly in the bullot-lwx bill and so told Governor Foraker. He hail a pajjor somewhat liko the onn foi'RC.1 by Wood in August, ninl on it, were tlic names of Mr. Buttcrworth, Mr. J E Camp- ln-11 nurt Jlr. McKinli-y. Tlm names looked like signatures. (Sovei nor Foraker had .shown him the ballot-box and he thought it similar to tho on.'he had soon. T C. Canrp- boil hud shown him the first named paper. In order to accomiiKxlate Gen. (Jrosvenor Koniknr the committee thun atljonrueU till Monday, Feb. o. IN HOUSE AND SENATE. anrt Clmii.llor on Federul Electoral Control. WASIIIVOTOX, Jan. feature of yesterrlay's senate was the speeches and political debate of (Senators I'oscoe and Chandler on the paragraph in tho president's menage ivsini-ting fedi'i-al control of olcc-tions. After niutme business tho introduction of bills and favorable reports from committees on bills providing for tho admission of Wy- oming anil for a temporary form of govern- ment for Oklahoma, Mr. Pascoe addressed the senate on the nibjwt of federal control ol elections. Reconstruction measures ami the work ol army ollicers, treedmeifs bureau agonts, camp followers and strollers, he sai.l, wore ell'ortKof the Hnpnblicun parly to build up southern "iinnex" to their party and thus prolong its of power. It turned out to be a of sand, and now the attempt wot to be made to the electoral inncliiiiery of the slates. Tho inos-sago ol' the preH.lent, he said, had contained no .syllable in favor of free and honest ele. except ns tlio suppression of tlio votes of colored people, at the South. There was no idenco b. loro tlio country of my snt'li suppression. None had been com- imniieMed to congress. It was simply a mat- ter of inference. He presented sonic election s from Eastern, Western and South- ern states to prove that "tbe silent voter ia increasing m every section of the country." Ill conclusion he stated that his voice and vote would be given in favor of standing by the methods of election which had come down from the (lays of Washington and Jefferson. JiR. CHAXULEK'S UKPLY. Mr. Chandler fullnwnl Mr. Tascoc. That senator, he said, hod complained of the char- acter of some. of tho South who had come north as witnesses concerning political outrages in that section: an.l also had some- thing tn bay about Me silent voter. Thero was one citizen of Florida, said Mr Chandler, who will not come, north to testify concerning political outrages, and who might be termed a "silent voter." That man was John Burr, a colored of Modi.son county, Florida, who in October last, having been to Jacksonville as a witness conceming political outrages, was killed ou his return to Madison county by the locrats of that county on account of the Luitiniony w hich he tad given. Mr. Chandler also referred to the driving by masked Democrats from his home in Jef- ferson county, Fla., of J. U. Cole, because be was a prominent Republican; and he read ex- tracts on the subject of tho outrage from ar- ticles in the New York Tribune, the Monti- cello, Fla., Constitution, the Gainesville, Fia., Advocate and the Milwaukee Sentinel. He loped the senator (Mr. Tusene) would inform ;he senate whether he did not coasider such transactions o.s these reasons w hy it would be wjse and judicious for tbe government of the United States to pass, some law for the pro- ection of Republican voters and for fair consideration of Mr. Butler's bill for the pur- of making some observations thereon. The senate, then proceeded to the considei ation of e.tocutUo business and at 1 p. in. ad jouraed IN THK HOIKK. WAsmvuTo.v, -Ian. the house yes terday tho speaker announced the appoint ment of tho woi Id's fair committee as fol lows. Mossi-s. Cnmller of Massachusetts Jlittof Illinois, Bowdin of Virginia, Bel.Ien of New York, Frank of Missouri, Springer o Illinois, Hatch of Missouri, Wilson of Wes Virginia and Flower of Now York. Hates of Alabama and Mr. Stone o: Kentucky offered resolutions to reimbum members for their losses by tlie Wilcott em Until resolutions were referred to the Sil colt committee. Jlr. Springer of Illinois offereda resolution providing that the house decide on Thursda) next the.iuestion of location of the world's fnir, and the place having been decided, the special committee to report a bill locating the THE XKW STATE P1USOX A SITE SELECTED AT ESOPUS, ON THE HUDSON RIVER. The Iteport to tbe Leglila Kitr.-i.irly Favorable Locution Plunn fur the Uullillnga terday's rroccoillnga In tlm Legislature A Number of Important nilla. ALBANY, Jan following is the re- port of tho committee commissioners ap- fxiinted to select a site for n nexv state prison To the Honorable the Legislature of tho Slate of New York: The undersignerl commissioners, heretofore appointed by tho governor, under nnd by virtue of chapter -117 of the laws of do hereby That they organised as a commission under said act on Nov. 8, and, atU-r taking thi oath prescribed by the constitution entered upon the discharge of their duties by pro- ceeding to the examination and selection of a suitable site for n new prison. Accordingly the members of the said commission visited and inserted proposed sites in the following named counties m the stntx-: Columbia, Dllt 'hess, Queens, Kocklnnd, Hchnhurie, Suf- folk, Sullivan, t'lsler und Wcstchester, and after personal we met at the capi- tol in the city of Albany and listened toargil- montsanil proinisitiuiis on the part of com- mittces n-pii-y-iitmg tho various l.K-alitlus Thnt nft.-j- deliberation nnd consid- eration we have selected as a site for the now nwm proviilcd for by said act a farm of land'itmitcd m the town of Ksopus, county of rister, and known as Fairviow, the pmp- erty of ('apt ahont l.VI aiT A. Anderson, containing with goinl buildings Tin' sul l connniUeu. Hoferrud to tlio i' house then '.rent into committal of the 'J'lii vt'l'ol i the Oklahoma town situ bill. After making sniiie progress with the fail the ami the at 0 p. in. lltljllllnitll. THE KNIFFEN INQUEST. WM.4IOOKEB, Merchant Tailor, Ctetm ATWUW A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, Iroquoui Hotel. EMnrrtt L'nable to Determine the Canae of the Lody'a Death. THEN-TON, N ,T., Jan. c-omner's investigation in tho Kniffwn case ojiened ita seventh day yesterday. The court was uot so crowded as nt previous sittings, though B mimhor uf prominent citizens wore present Arthur Leland Kniirun, the young son of the dentist, was the flrst witness called. HP ansfteml all tniestions quickly and intel- ligontly, but no now evidence. Ho re- pented the story told by his mother of tho gns U-nig turner! on in her room on ttae morning of tlie first reported robbery. Miss HattieO'Hara and Mrs. Nellie Smith testnieil as to the good character of Miss rms-'-l. Dr. Strnhle, ono of tho physicians present at tbe autopsy, corroborated the statements made by the other doctfx-s concerning the condition of the body. His statement that death might havo been caused by fright or the administration of any volatile matter, inch ns a.-onite or prussic acid, caused a hum in the court room. Professor II. B. Cornwall, the Princeton college expert, who examined the stomach of 51 rs. Kniffen, testified that the examination did nut develop nny poisonous matter. The analysis hud a slight trace of mor- phia, but not in sufficient quantities to enable him to assort Its presence. After the examination of several other witnesses, the coroner's jury adjourned for tbe week, thus tin-owing the responsibility of the case on tlie grand jury. If this body fails to indict any one for the murder the decision of the coroner's jury will bo given to the grand jury of the May term of court. The Hon. John H. Scuddcr, one of the wealthiest merchants in the city, and also a prominent Democratic politician, will be the foreman of I he .lav. grand jury which meets to- Sword. WASHINGTON', Jan. (Jen Kilpnt- rick and Senator Mcl'hcrson called at the war drpai' tmuit nnd presented Secretary Proctor uith the .sword worn by (ten. Kil- putrn-k during the war. The sword, which is a handsomely gold mounted ono will be placed in the archives of the war department. Lp.m it is engraved: "To Col. Judson Kil- putric-k; from the ofllcers and men of tho Han is Light cavalry." This organization was tho first that (Jen. Kdpatrick com- manded. Senator McPherson made the speech of presentation aud Secretary Proctor rescinded. Found Dead In His Bed. NF.W YORK, Jan. Richard A. Williams, United States cavalry, who was found dead in his bed ot his hotel yesterday, was y.iars old, a native of Pennsylvania, mifl was graduated at West Point "in l.Hir.. He was in command of Troop C, Eighth cavalry, at the time of Ins death. He on furlough und had bL-en stopping at the hotel sCMTal days. farm is located eighty-live miles from New York city, has n frontage on the Hudson river of ubout feet, running back- toand across the Newliurg turnpike, and is adjacent to the West Shore railroad. It has a com- manding elevation, which can tie seen for miles from tbe West Shore and the New Yoik Central railroads mid from the Hudson river. A jwrtiou of tho property borders on the Esopus lake, which alfords an abundant water .supply. Taken together, the property possesses siijM'rior advantages; a connimnd- mg situation for tho prison buildings, perfect drainage, and easy access by both the rail- roads More mentioned, and the Hudson river, with an opportunity for a dock on tho premises. Tho lias long IHH'II occupied as n country beat und is m a good stutu of cultiva- tion. That a contract in writing has lieell entered into fin- the purrlmsti of sitid property, sub- j.-ct to the approval of the legislature, u copy of which is hereto annexed and nuirlo a part of this ivjjort. I'l.AXS FOR THE 1'ItlHUN That for the purpose of informa- tion relative to prison construction, meni- bei-s of tho comniLssion visited several prisons uf the state and one prison in the state of Connecticut, and have consulted with tho wardens ut'Siuu. Sing and Auburn prisons, the Elmira reformatory and others versed in prison management, and tnive also consulted with several architects who havo had largo experience in prison building, Tho general plans have been submitted tx> tho commission by several prominent architects, and we have selected the plan made by T. (Jr. Perry, which is hereto annexed and mado a pare this re- port. That the estimated cost of a prison erected on the general plan hereto annexed is the sum of This estimate may lie di- minished, depending ou the amount of prison labor used in its construction. VALUE OF- SINO SISO PHOI-KKTV. That for the purpose of ascertaining the value of tho Sing Ring prison property we have caused an estimate to bo made in writing by three prominent of the county of Westehester who are personally acquainted with the market value of said estimate is hereto annexed and made a part of this report, all of which is respectfully sub- mitted. CHAJU.KS M. PRESTON, F. W. DOWNS, Jons V. CocKcnOKT, C. 0, KlMJMEll, At.Hr.RT C. TF.NANT, Commissioners, The "Fail-view" property can purchased for The present prison property nt Sing Sing would bring in the market as estimated by three residents of King Sing village. The plans for the new prison provide for buildings consisting of a central building 100 feet in diameter and six buildings radiating from it, five of which are for prison wards. The walls of the central building will be car- ried up above the roofs of the ward buddings and will lie surmounted by a dome. The live ward buildings will be :iH feet wide and 312 feet long, each containing cells, divided into three stories each, making a total of I ,WUO. Utieu to maintain tbe Deerflei macadam road. By Mr I.mson the emploj ment of I'inkenton or similar detectives i this state By Mr an additional polL justice in Brooklyn; also empowering polk justices to designate certam uf theii uumbe to act a.s a central criminal court Adjourned. IN THK ASSKMHI.V. Ai.iuxy, .Ian the assembly las night tho following bills were introduced: liy Mr. tho act for th employment of women ami children, and pro vidmg for the appointment of eight femal deputy factory By J. K. Kxtonding the dariesof the city of Uticu in a northerly dl roction and authorising the city to expenditures for the building and maintain ingofthu Deal-field road; ulKofnr the relic of applicants who may Iw entitled to dintri bute shares of moneys left In deposit for per sons whereabouts are unknown and o whom the applicants have no knowledge whether living or dead. By Mr. Incorporating the Troy am Green Wand Bridge comjiany; also, provld ing for the building of a bridge ovur the Hud son river from tho foot of Dover stroflt, Troy to (irecn Island. Hy Mr. forth payment of the excuses of the assembly ceil ing By Mr. Mitt-Amending thn penal cod. with regaid ti> punishment for .UMtroyera o wires, jxilcs unit other property of electrl railways liy Mr Heiulerson Amending (ho act fo a state m the village of Mohawk bj appropriating mslead of By Mr. Van th iwrvisors of Seheneelady county Ui convey certain lands m the Filth ward .if Schenec ta.ly. By Mr. Appropriating foi a state armory ill Geneva. Hy Mr. tlm act au tiie park commiBsioiierB of Buffalo tn select ground for park purposes in thi Thirteenth ward and in tho town of Wes Seneca, Krin county. By Mr tho salary of th. surrogate of Erin county ut anil that ol his clerk ut and regulating their fees also reducing the rate of interest on war issu.il for local improvements in Buf fnlo to f- jK'r cent; also, providing for wolnei: )hysicmns ou tho medical staff of the stato nsane asylums and hospitals. liy Mr, Acker -Amending the act relative to the review of tho of children on appeal, liy Mr. year's bill providing Tor the welfare of Indians. A communication was received from tho klatn printer saying that ho bail roceired the cniicuiTenl resolution asking for the printing of extra copies of tho governor's sage. U pi m consulting counsel he was in- formed that he could print only documents mthiirued in his legal contracts. Thu gov- ernor had volood appioprintmns for printing ixtnt documents called lor in a similar way >y concurrent resolution, and no bo refused .odo the printing. The imitlor was referred to an appropriate committee. Mr resolution that the 'hair appoint n coiimiiltce of eleven to look liter world's lair matters Tho resolution was Ini.l oier Mr King offered a resolution thiit all in- having charge of children and ro- riving stnie moneys i eport, the :ign and sex if the children, the cause of committal, etc., md showing how the stale fund- are used. AN ADIRONDACK PARK. NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. and Rcso. Yale Hefiiscs t.) How Cornell. NKW HAVEN, Jan. a month ago ornell challenged Yale to a three-mile boat race at New London next June. Tale de- clined with thanks. Last week Cornell re- newed the challenge, changing the distance to four regular university course. This second challenge Yale has also declined saying that her flrst answer must be consid- ered us mmL The Hnvorliill Lockout Kmled. HAVEBHILL, Mass., Jan. thou- sand shoemakers who have been locked out for a week, havo returned to work and the labor difficulties have to the en- tire satisfaction of botb--ftie employers and employes. The manufacturers have plenty of -work and find it difficult to secure enough belp to turn off the goods fast enough to til] the orders. A Ntirabvr of Important llilli InlloiiH ALBANY, Jan the senate met last night Public Printer Lyon transmitted a statement that he would not print extra copies of documont.s, unless tho law was as the governor last year pro- louiicod such printing illegal. Referred to the pi luting committee. Mr Fassett introdur-vl a bill for rapid transit in Now York. He said there was no in his bill, nor any private interest. It contained provisions from tho bills of Mayors Hewitt and Grant. Ho had liop.il that an ex-president of tho United States night be one of the commissioners named in ho bill, but that seemed impossible. He. lie- ievedthe commissioners named would com- mand general respect Tho bill was ordered to be printed. It was also referred to the committee. Mr. Stewart offered a resolution asking congress to tho world's fair in New York. Adopted, Mr. Fassett olTered a resolution reciting the difficulties presenled by the problems of municipal government, and quoting from Mayor Grant's last message in reference to the condition of the docks, streets, etc., to show that New York suffere especially from the inadequacy of the present system of muni- cipal control and directing the committee on cities to investigate the subject and report the best method of remedying the evils. The resolution applies to cities generally. Mr. Cantor thought a special committee should undertake the work. It would impair tho efficiency of the cities committee's general work. He suggested that the resolution be tabled until printed. Mr. McCarren said that Brooklyn hod been pronounced clean two years ago by a Re- publican legislature, and that city should be exempted from tho inve-itigation. Mr. Jacobs asked thai the resolution be printed, and it was tabled. Bills were introduced: By Mr. increase the New York board of education by three members. By Mr. tho deer open wson from Aug. 13 to Nov. 15; making mars stringent laws as to the sale of voniaon; extending Utica's boundaries northerly: au- Governor Hill Seii.lK to the Kenni-rUng It, At.BANV, Jan. 'Jl -The governor ti-nnn- mittcd to tlie senate mrssuge reo- oininendine appointment of a commission of three or live public spirited famil- iar with the Adirondack region and needs to invostignte the subject of the Ijcst adminis- tration of tlie region, and to recommend to the legislature a plan fur the creation of a stntc park in tho Adiromlacks nnd llx and de- fine the limith thereof and for tho leasing of sniull parcels thereof for Bummur camps, cot- tafcos buildings, and for acquiring all fore.st lands within its limits and make such other recommendations an the commission miiy deem proper. The governor dwells upon the importance of the Ailirondacks as a state and national sanitarium. At the state retains all lands in I hat region that, it, at tax sales, but frequently these small parents are not valuable tor park and are isolated from other portions of the state lands. He suggests that a dellnito area Ixj llxeil on, including the wilder portions of tbe region, around the headwaters of the rivers, and that lands outa'de those limits be sold, or when practicable exchanged for lands within the chosen area. Ho thinks private parties wishing to lease state lands for summer camp and cottage uses should be allowed to do ns well ns ho believes tenants would be good guardians of the forest against lire. He is informed that a park from fifty to seventy miles square can be obtained by the stale at small ex- pense, and if judiciously manngnd it should return a revenue to tho state while confer- ring imivitublu-iienofll upon tbe people. Cllflon NEW Yimrc. Jan. Clifton racoe yesterday resulted an follows: Kir-it race, selling, Moonstone Ant, Frejols second, Joe. Cannon third; time, Second race, 7'  >rofltably compete with the American ship tloiftBn'H muuVo on their Own ground aud easily com- ueII1BU h rttUCT maSKS. UlOtb uuiid the American InflttMtDe ueoeseary to se- contracte. AN BKiHT-HOUR BILU Mr. R. C. Cunningham Orahwn, Liberal member of parliament for tbe Northwest Di- ft'iJ fancy daneeH. IHW lulmMIUUXl DIM in' to introduce an eight-hour bill, im- mediately after the roajMinblliur of parlia- uent, which nhall apply to all pwaons en- gaged In raining iu the United Kingdom. The pi-cparatfonn for the funeral of the late (leld marshal. Lord Mapler of tlacdala, are the most elahorsta UworipUon. The body will bn in a grave next to that of Neboa. Toe Priuot of Wales wiU be r_ trurt hu been formally buolved, much' to the gratification of the mallur doaleni and to nUal vf the partlm lierato. Tho con version ot out Ruwian 5 por wilt- old loan lit about concluded. THEY HAVE A QftlEVANCC. French Thlnh Are Uelof PAiim, Jan. In the chamber of ies M. Rlouran questioned the govermnunt ogarding the French (Uhurmeu In Newfound- anil where, ho decUred, the of "rauce were violated. M. Spuller rautlnded tht oiuuober that France had an umif ruct right by an arrange- nieut between France and Enf land which Uwhed with tbe of the Newfoundland Mrliaraent on the subject The subject was herefore nuich mere delicate tban it had ormerly boon. Cmnpllcatlow had arfaen In egur.it.) lolwter flabtac, but ttwtwag Innig-- iflcoat eoiiipanxi wlkh question it of tlie ofxiflnhery. France had an Uj ght rescaixling both. Necotlatioiu wei-e ow pending looking to a settlement of these natters, but many private were psii.l- ng which complicated the whale question M. Goblet thought that M. Flourem to diplomatic quoetlouB and not xsakliiK on incident! which were within the roving of the minliitor of marine. M. Flourena said the exinting treaty gave nuice sovereignty over the French shorn, xl French forcm could exerctae jurisdiction, ranee was not obliged to apply to England make her rights respected. M. Pkmrons1 qnech Indicated a rtrong ationnl fwllng on the mibjoot. M. LaChainbre asked whether fluberm-.n Jiild rely upon tbe protection of the fls.it, A.liniral Krantr.mid the government held he Ihhery absolute. The British con- tended that the right to catch lotatnri WM otincluiled In the treaty. wern ot fish, and heNides none were taken, there hen the treaty was nude. Naval ofllrwm, e said, did not Interpret treaties. They -lUHthave precise iiutractloni, anil before lese were given others must agree, hence le negotiations. Tbe chamber then pawed 10 order of the day. Batten LodkMl Out, DANBUKY, Conn., Jan. the hat Jiisbera in fourteen of the hem umbering men, will be locked ay by order of the Hat Manufacturers awo- otion. Tlm difficulty is of nine tending and grows out of tho employ meat of iroe boys in the finishing department of C. Merritt's shop. There 1s a dispuW an to nether these boys are on finishing work or ot. Thero is an old agreement lietween the mployers and men that such disputes must decided by a committee. The manufac- irers claim that this agreement was violated y a nummary calling out of Merritt's men Saturday night. Consequently all the manu- acturers will stand together in refusing to rest with the until the men in Mer- it's u'uup return to work unconditionally. Mr. lUndall Taking the Safe Oonne. WAB.'INOTOH, Jan. rtoriis that on. Samuel J. Randall's health is growing one aix! that bis ondition feonme oritical art revived br the announcement lat he was admitted by the Metropolitan Presbyterian church Sunday. Dr. Chester, ho was called In last Tuesday by Mm. Han- ill, baptized the ex-speaker and admitted m to the fellowship of the church. The act was announced from the pulpit Holiday, is still claimed by Mr. Randall's family it bis health is improving. Turners Meet In ItncheMM-. ROCBKSTBB, Jan. Delegate! from Syra- cuse, Buffalo, Utica, Rome and other ere present at the Western New York turn- rV meeting In Turn ball Sunday. An exhl- tIon of tu ruing was given in the gymnasium nd in the evening the ladies' branch gave an itertamment It was decided to hold a ornament in Buffalo in August. Wacet ao4 Boon ot BOSTON, Jan. state board of arbf- -rotion resumed its bearing yesterday on tht oint application of tbe Woburn manufactur- rs and employes to determine tbe standard wages and hours of labor which riumld institute a day's work. Testimony was ikon on both sides and the board took tbe itter under advi Fancy masks, Dominoes and faces to repre- sent nil characters. Appro- priate for Ma84iim.de Balls and fancy dancen. Gold and Silver Braids and costume trimmings. Come in time and don't wait until the last dayf" The Grandest display of Masks and Masquerade trim- ings to he found in the city. Everybody can be suited with out fail. All colors, cloth Daminoes only 5c. Paper 3c, 4c, 80, 9c, lOc, 20c, 25cp 35c, Mustaches, BraidH, and Side- whiskers, False Hair and Wigs. Buy your Make-ups in time. ERIE STORE MANY FEET OF SNOW. Train on Ontrml raalAe Move for a Week. HAH FiiAifciHco, Jan. snow Mode- ade on thu Central Pariflo railroad, in vicinity of Truckne and Emigrant Gap, BM become very serious Since Tuesday last an eastern overland trains have hem abkt to reach a point further west than Alt of tbe eastbound trains are at Sacramento, Colfarand Hhady Run, while those oominjj west are at Emigrant Gap.Truckea and !Uno. At Trunkee the depth of Uiesnow rarlesfrom eight to twenty feet. Snow plows pnihtd by ten or twelve locomotives reported Mock fast In the Snow In still falling, and places on the road whlrh bad been cleared by tho plows ore rapidly filling up (gain. passengers of the blockaded are oom- fortahly quartered at hotels by tbe oompur. Home of inBueuza are reported among the passengers, and the company ed the with medical attention. railroad officials declare that the blockade the heavlmt and longest they have erer ax- Nomalui hare reached thiidty from UK east since hurt. Tuoiday. Telegraph are entirely hurried by the snow in some places. The California and Oregon road afao Wockadcd. The train which left ban on Tuesday last for Portland, Ore., Is still at The of the road to have the moving to-day. G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT. It Will Take PIMM at MrraeoM In Alf.r Will Attend. ALBAHY, Jan. 21. _ Assistant Adjnttnt Oeneral PenfteM urnied the last general ordw from the state headquarters of the Grand Army of the Republic yesterday. Tbe order announces that the next department encamp- ment will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 2S, at Syracuse. The department quarter, will be at the Globe hotel. ComnMuidwm-Cbirf Alger will vinit tbe encampment during of the days of the aassion. The report calla attention to tbe beneto derived by the posts from the faithful leaden of the Women's Relief Corp.. recom- mended that all posts will encourage, whew ever practicable, the organisation of meh auxiliaries, as they aid both socially and financially. The department has received very nearly all the reports of tho and InKtellationa in but those who nut reported will not be allowed representa- tion at the convention. F. J. Twomey ot Pest 518, and J. J.. Boonockof new appointments upon tbe staff. BunqoM to NBW YORK, Jan. banquet was ten. dered Henry George last night at the Metro- politan hotel on the eveof the departure of tto "ingle tar leader for California and Austra- lia on a stumping tour. Among thom pres- ent and responding to wen Oar. Lyman Abbott of Plymouth churrh, Wbeelar Peckham, Thomas G. Sherman, John Dewttt Warner and others. of regret received from He-bort Newton. Bishop Hnntlngton of Central New York; Roger Q. Mills, W. P. Breckenrtdge, George W. Curtis, T.'V. JVanris Lynde Ctietaoa, mi A. B. Perquhar. William Uoyd Garrison was among the speakers and Henry made a hannv remct andfareweU W. EWSPAPERl   

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