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   Lake Shore Observer (Newspaper) - October 21, 1885, Dunkirk, New York                               LAKE SHORE OBSERVER VOL IX NO DUNKIRK. CHAUTAUOUA N. Y. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 91. 1885. LAKE S1IOKE OBSERVER at tbe Dunkirk Ottce M Second clui Mil ma tier. Copulation of Ounltirk. every evening by ihe Dunkirk Printing Company. s, 16 IS SKCONU ST. PubiiiheM of the DUNKIRK JOUOHAI, l Cook Hrf Jok sussoRirnoN RATES: br Carrier.........t >W ilo i" thmuph ADVERTISING RATES: f iwr incli of siiaco per JtW per additional fur (Hjsitiou next or foilowiDK read tag, Lwdeil aollutis frowlOc. perlinc upoa of tinjo run. 'W aJs. Ut week's iisjrUon ........................-......t Bvih subsequent.......................... !o B in Column, 1 month, 2C Ir.certifins........................... l.iS We do DO tree advertiaiac. CarJs ot Thanku. Hi-solutions of Inspects, Obituary Notices and ot Picnics, eelcorationa, etc., oiUbt Uc for at the rate of lire cents (ier IIDO, I'erious eendiUK in rnsitcr of tliU kiiul send sufllcient to pay tlie publication, coum ing to the liuc- .Advertisements ot ckurcli festivals, cburch and bcncx-olcnt society cntertitmnicula, etc., we will at ilie low rate or :t per line. BUSINESS CARDS. E. BLACKHAM, Buffalo street tween Fifth and SLxtli ate., X. Y. N. toli A. Mj li'.Jf. to 3 p. t. On Bun'lays by epccial only. Practice CJinfiDed lo DisoaBcs of the Eye, Ear, Tiwoatma Xoso. tlie B election ot spec- tacles, v-10-LT if E5. C. S. M.D.. Physician. Bes- idt.Dce anil oOco corner Front ami Beaver Ceu spent German. QOOK Irvinif, proprietor, 13 Second street, ncur Buffalo, trankirk, (T> T. Mizaiinea, Music, Papers, Faroiulcts, kc., boned m all styles. Orders promptly ere- All work guaranteed SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. I7OE SA-t-E, my rcflidffnsjj corner Deer and 17 tflvtrtti formerly known as tho Bar- A bargain, H. WILLIAMS. For the Next 60 Days I -will sell my stock of BOOTS, SHOES, RUBBERS, At Bocli Bottom Prices, which take everybody storm (jirizcg not necessary) To enable me to clear off my shelves preparatoty to a Fall llerilling. worth will "bo sold nt pri- ces never before known. Now is the time to buy your Fall and Winter Foot-wear. Come and see for your- my stuck and learn my uripcs atid I sure yon wiH buy. Dall at 88 Elk St., Duukirk, N. Y. A. MOLDENHAUER, Agt. BROTHERS--4 Combination o Novelties .PROGRAMME OF EVENING. POUBnUDBS In tlicir Musital Specia'ty, in a so i Song antttloil "OJftv Just LKA.HMSO To SKVTE, Pre mier Double Skatcw, in Tricl; and laticy Skattnr, also tlicir Ortsiniil W-ikr. Act. la their Classic Air.iliit inir Forward and Backward Il.iiul uisr- also Forn-ard and la. In their WondorCul of Dtti.iiii on Pedestals 6 feet high. i3 lui-liw Batancing 12 Glasses WaterjiokiHiwlB-lae m t.u'w. G A. LACKEY. COALCOAL J. T, HOOLE CO COB. CENTRAL AYE fc 4tli ST Constancy on hand the best WILKES-BARRE COAL from the Wyoming Colliery. We Cftft't be beat in quality or j-nce. OESPERATE SURCt-ARS. Shoot Who Attempting to ArrvHt Turn Oat noil Threatened. UPPER SA.SIH.-SKV, O., October excitement ttrevatted liere day [outlay. About t woo'elect hi Luomomins I. II. Urliickt'risotrs jesiik'iico was broken Kto by burglars. Oltktn Brobst Mid Muipsey-, learning of the fact, mediately got on the trail of tht obbers anil over tout them half ft lite west uf tlie on the Ft. WftyUO Ironil Olliccr Rmhsts was the ,Ct of taking hold uf one, w lieu tlie men rew a revulvei rttnl -shut the olliecv twice, ne ball passing through the neck tnd ttie othci ciik'iiiiK (he hip. The indud inn11 Ml, w hiin bis assailant went o the tif tlic other burglar, who US slntitgtiiig with IX'inpity. After live sliuSs %vwe el landed they locked donn Hie embankment nil lied. AS cue ulgbt w.wcry dark they were soon out (if sight. D'tij soon ro- tainetl his footing and picked uj> liNcom- kin inn! carried him to the Utah House, 'byslciang pruiionnectl the wounds of a se- ious character, likely to prove fatal. SheriJT Slmlcr cunsul the court house bell be rung to fall out thn citizens for n tiase after Hie fugitives. This was about liree n'clm-k in the nnd in a short ime a large nrmbcr of people lnut hastily jatlicietl in the square. The Sheriff xin organised a uuiitbiT of stjuatls of Uepu- ies ami sturtLii them iu pursuit. At nine o'clock in Ilio morning ilayor libscw Ufttiiid a lor niuro volunteers to otn tlie clmge. anil another party went out Lboul titrci) o'clock hi Ihe. afternoon the lieriiT rcuimcil lo toMii witii three sns- characters, whom lie bad nested in a country bar-mom. They nswered the description of Ihe burglars, ut being unnrnifMl. theU" Kiiilt is uncertain. it night tlio tttoifaNiienl ran and there s likely to be lynching Hie peo- 'le Iect siiUsfu'il that llic guilty meu have onnd. ________________ ACCIDENT TO A TUG-BOAT. 'lie Atlmiml II, pr AlrviK u itli ttti Ac- cident cm James C. Russell! ------SUCCESSOR TO----- N. J. Jackson Oo, Dealer in and shipper of kinds of cc: Kas L Front Street, Foot ot Street, HOTEL, II 00 per day 7entliatlMi parfcct and tuntbhcd in best style, UM1 ELEGANT HILLUEBf GiDS 4t (lie Etie Store. Center dree I. New lyles of FuSt Hula; new wings etc., Cheaper iliau eta bo bought elsewhere. the very ttl tuUmishinx ow pricw. ERIE STOHE'S, Hililoery Center St. DETIIOIT, 21. About two 'clock Sunday, nliilctlic MolTat line tug Admiral D. Porter -was bound dowii on ee Huron, itith sehootiers in tow, bout ten Milk's Port Huron, lier crank  e siibjoct to receive notice at any time to .eave the country- It is claimed that tbe attitude which tlte German Government has taken Is in direct violation of tlio spirit it not the letter of the Bancroft treaty. It is undoubtedly this construction which Minis- Kr Penilteton is cudoavoring to secure mod- ified, _ Episcopal Church SEW HAVES, Conn., October 3.0UO iieojilo gathered In Carll's Opera [louse last evening at the second public ses- sion tlic Episcopal Church Congress. The venerable Bishop Williams, of the dio- cese of Connecticut presided. After prayer and the singing cE a hymn by tbe assembly, instrumental music, the topic ot the evcuing, "Tiie Christian Doctrine of the was announced. The first writer vtns ttio Hev. C. A. It lUehards, of Providence. He pave a clear and forcible exposition of ttio theme and at the toe was warmly applauded. The second writer announced was the Bev. W. K, Uuntington, D. D., of New Tork, white Archdeacon Fairer, of England, who followed, delivered a deeper address. Dr. Huntington's effort VMS considered by many tobo the of the evening. DC ireithed fortii bis woriH with impressive eloquence, and tlic audience wns carried ipcll-bound to tiio When the great English cliurchnwn was aimounceil, Uio au- dience vigorously, and tit the close of his imper ho repeatedly The who followed were Rev. A C. A. Hall, ot Boston, amUheltcv. W. IL StcKinnc, U, D., New York, both of whom witli excellent effect October progress of the epidemic has not yet been checked. The total number of deaths from smalt-pox in the city ttnd suburbs during last week was greater than that of the preceding week by probably fifty. The exact figures are not before the public and probably never trill Ije, It they have lo depend on the healtli de- partment. Tjiere is, however, this satis- factory feature: tlie Increase, so far as the city proper is concerned, has practically dis- appeared. For tlie last two weeks of Sep- tember tlie increase was fifty-seven, while for the first week of October it was thirty. During tlie last two weeks there has been no Increase, tho number of deaths being about stationary, just below The in- crease has been great In the suburban vil- Carriage Bnlldtrs' KB t ion at Association. BOSTOS, October thirteenth an- nual meeting of the Carriage Builders' Na- tional Assoelntion, opened hero yesterday morning with 200 members present The executive committee reported that although the business situation remained unsatisfac- tory, it waa lofts no than It was last year. Tlie quality of ttio work done here, whether considered from the artistic or the mechani- cal standpoint, might challenge the world to equal. The convention voted to restrict the president's term of office hereafter to one year, and then after the eommtttee on nomi- nation had been appointed, adjourned until to-day at ten a. m. The convention will continue until Thursday. Strott Bulimy Attacked. ST. iouis, October night eight or ten men hoarded a Washington Avenue street car and attacked the con- ductor and driver, both of whom were badly beaten. The passengers In the car were panic-stricken. Some tried to help the employes and others strcegled to get out. Finally the attacking fired sev- eral shots. One of the bullets struck an old colored woman In the thigh Indicting apain- lul -wound. The -woman's screams seemed to demoralize the ruffians and they flat, es- caping arrest. They are supposed be strikers. New York City Nominate. SEW ToitKjOetober following ticket was nominated last night by the Re- publican County Convention, held in the Grand Opera House this city: For Judge of the Supremo Court, George C. Barrett; Com- mon Picas Judge, Theron G. Strong; Judge of the Superior Court. John Sedgewlck; Judges of the City Court, Gran vine F. fiawes and James w. Jlawes; County Clerk, Lonls C. Goebel; Sheriff, John W. Jacobus; President of the Board of Aldermen, Thomas B. Asten; Coroners, John Nugent, George C. Eibbe and Feedinand Eideutan. Shot tHille on Trial. Ind., October Saturday night a negro hostler, Harrison Twker, Inveigled a German girl named Helene Huendlcndc into his room and as- saulted her. fie was taken In court yester- day. While the case was proceeding, Mcin- rad Iluendlende, the girl's brother, drew a revolver and shot Tasker fn the body, pro- ducing a probably fatal wound. A scene ot Aonfution ensued, and, of course, tho court Tasker was conTeyed- to the city hospital._______________ Weakening. PiTTSBunoir, October ru- mored yesterday that there Is a general weakening among the striking miners tm- ployed In the various parts of the Menonga- hcta River. Three mines In the fourth pool tre now running to their full capacity and others will probably start to-day, all at tlw reduced rate. In tha third pool It is stated that the at number of pits requested Iheopcrators to startup the worta. ProMcatlng Illegal CntcraxATi, Committee o! One Hundred have received about last Tuesday tn contributions ranging from ten cents to 8100 in response to the call for subscriptions to defray the pcusca of the commltlea in prosecuting l.'lcsal voters. NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Judge Thomm Thinks That OiTU ioe Beform is Growing Among tbe People. Iffcy Vloceul. of Mexico. WM of tlw Itollverjr Syntcat ol the uMee FOSTJtASTKItS COMJIISSIOXRU. WASIHNOTOH, October 4wit ho eoiuuilMioucil tho following named A. A. Hagett, Lowell, Mass.; Uichacl D. Baker, Union Iowa, IV: O. Ilasson, Ebrosburgh, ra.; Fred, a liaii- n, Vnilison, N. J.; William tl. Tatuut, Glasgow, Mo.; Lewis Charles lings ins, Lamar, Mo.; William Wai (licit. libation, Ky.; Henry F. Tuylor, Fultou, T. K. Love, Wellington. Kau.; TlioniasA. McCIe-iry, Medicine IxHlgi'.Kan.; M. M. Slunott, Arkansas City, Kan.; Samuel T.Carrico, John D. Waterman, Uockford, 11L; Charles G. Uagtiaiior, High- land, III.; N. Ilinsluy, Coliimbiw, !b.; Fortest L. York, Neb.; Miss Cadora Ctnrfc, JJIair, Edwant T, llest, ilijfli. Neb.; Ptiti'r M. Camlcy, Grand Knpids, Wis.; James W. Ueatlio, MivrsliliolJ, Wls.; Cliark-s Fort Jlnduson, Iowa; Kobert F. Hilton, Jiants Ana., Cat.; Charles C. Mallinway, Norte, Col.; Lymaii Thompson, South PucbX Col.; Arthur A. Glover, Otmpia, W. T. Consul Smibt'l, ,tt MuUrid, ti-iiisiiilts U> the Slate Department tlii; ut Dr. VT. T. Vreilenbiiigh. of York, on the itsi_-s of tlio eiiok'iit ontlia-ttk in Spain. Van A ledenbui'pii IrawliHl in Spain the linif of tlic diolt'ta otHtiemic, nnil tittributus it utmost in the iwg- lect of Military in scwrragc and drainage, personal cK'aiiUnCJit, intt'iuiicnito habits iuul nutt iinsiiltablu tliet. To secure iuiiiinnity from tliediMMWo in this country he utges ntort- tlioroiigh sanitary iw- ;md regulations cotittniing the of garbage, disinfection, etc., to- getlicr wltii cnrefu! altculion to the maintenance of pure and hcitllhy water Supply. Civil Service rliomau re- turned to Washington yt-sk'tday from a tour of esftiiitiiBtioiis thiouglioiittho Northwest and the Pacific called on the in Hie but de- nes lo talk nlxuit possible resignation AS metnlicr tho commission ot about tho reorgantxation of the com miss ion. Uo talks freely, liimcvcr, about tiin trip and says what he saw and lieurd in Uie Northwest leads him to think that belief iu civil service reform Is growing the people of that section. The tnassus of tlio punple wherever lie travelled bcilove the I'rcsttlent has taken a firm mid proper stand for civil service reform. A few of the politicians here and there find fault with tho President's policy, but the people generally applaud hts course and conduct enthusiastically. James F. Meline has been promoted from tho position of teller to that of chief clerk in the United States Treasurer's oflite. The President h.is appointed William It. Biekford Receiver of Public Honey at Shaa- ta, Cal.; Sylvester Hull, Register of Land Oftlco at Shasta, Cal. United States It slngcir, ot New York, at Berirtfc W. of TennesiBO, nt Tepicigalpa. Collectors of II. Yaugh, tor the District of Sage 1Jarbor, N. Y.; Jnmcs Tilton, for the District of Great Egg Harbor, N.J. Surveyowot E. O'Don- ovan, for tlio [tort of ratcliague, K. Y. The Post yesterday morning publlslied ait Interview with Attorney General Garland, who acknowledges receipt ot a dispatch from Judge Vincent, of Now Mexico, In which tlie latter expresses a desire to visit Washington and vindicate himself. The Attorney General nlso says lie lias received dispatches from members of the bar ot Col- fax County, N. M., and from friends ot Mr. Vincent In Illinois and other places Ing against tho suspension of Judge Vincent, pronouncing him the host possible Chief Justice, whose acts arc unttntieacliatite, and requesting an immediate investigation. Mr. Garland, in tho Interview, said Judge Tin- cent had "been suspended and that his appointment of ox-Senator Dprsey as Jury Commissioner led the administra- tion to believe he was not unombarasscd in his judicial position. For a number of reasons it was thought that Vincent, al- though not corrupt. Is unfitted for the place, and hence his suspension by tlie President. Tlie operations of tho free delivery system of the rostoffico Department during the past year shows that there are ITS free delivery offices, an increase of nineteen over the- pre- vious year. At these offices tliere are em- ployed 4.358 carriers, an Increase of over last year. The aggregate cost of the entire service was white tlie amount derived from postage on local ter was which Is in excess of the cost ot the service. As com- pared with last year there Is an Increase In cost of service of The number of letters delivered was collected, newspapersdeJivered, 602; collected, The total of all classes ol matter handled was or pieces per carrier. The following Is tbe cost per piece at sonic ot tho largest offices: New York, 1.6 mills; Chicago, 1.5; Philadelphia, 2.4; Baltimore, San Fran- cisco, Boston, 2.4; Cincinnati, 8.1. New Orleans, 2.8. Tlie average cost per piece for tlie whole service was two and three-tenths mills. The Secretary of War has issued an order in reference to military Ho directs that in time ot peace not less than one officer and three enlisted men shall bo kept constantly En practice at each post in the United Tbe Civil Service Commission has ad- dressed a letter to the President, calling his to the attempt made by the Pfnn- .Republican Committee to collect political assessments in the departments and suggesting the propriety of making an In- vestigation in the matter with tbe view of punishing all persons connected with It who can be reached by law. They say that it Is their belief that Chairman Cooper, who Is responsible for tlic bcggine circular, ts not an employe of the Government and there- fore can not be reached by HID law, end they dtsenss tlie propriety of asking Congress to extend the law m as to cover such cases. fycatrlnjt Conntrj, SALT LAKE CITT, Utalt, October Mormon teachings from tlie pulpit an uni- versally for, first, boycotting til persons not Mormons; second, living up to tlie covenant of the cclnslial marriage, regardless of tbe laws of the country; third, keeping out of prison if you cnn, If not, go M la the pen tit-Hilary are twenty-five Mormou serving sentence and five awaiting trial Fotir others have served time and been re- leased. Tin: prosecutions slow and get' ting wfrteilimenlt ftom fact that wit- nesses aio nway. In tlie paid few dayt many MorutniM linve Ml tlie country to ftcaix: eajilnrc. All tlie time the feeling among the Mormons Is growing more bllttt the Courts and the country THE WRECK. o BedJm Fouid-I'MI, Ope- rator, Eterwlmrip Will Tliurttlay. NKW YOUK, October gang of mes are still at work cleaning up thi> wreck on tlii> Hackcnsack where the terrl- bto collision occurred Sunday night No more bodies were discovered, but It Is be- lieved that a body will yotlwfound to wlifeli the detached leg belongs, which can not to ftttml to any of the uow tbe morgue. arc now running regularly twst tlie spot, Tlio wounded at SI Vraucls Hospital, Jersey City, am getting along well and will live, 1'mlt, tlw telegraph operator, 'host1 error caiiMM tho MCiUvut, was visited yesterday by and several in his ct'll ut jwllce Ills mental mnlfvrlnj; In rctlMlnjitipou tlic consequences of his MWIIS to be acute. Ho excessively nervous Coroner of llergcii Point, who Wilt the inquest, will begin tho Thursday. While- not wishing to prejudice the he ventures the opinion (hut others may (xtssibly have to share with Pratt the tot tho disaster, lie intends to sift tbu rumors about Flagman Khodes. of tlio emigrant train, fallliiK to run back with a lantern to protect his train, aa tbo rules require in all cases when a train stops on the main track. Crowds ot emigrants aurroumlcd the wrecked eujtim1 all day ytalrrday watching tlie progress of tho work, nnd anxious to know what the itivestigatton will reveal. Tho commissioners of havo offered to defray tlio of burying the victims. The lutonuciits will probably take place on Ward's bland. A WObMlttl WKST Quiscv, Mass., October A mysterious trageily ha1) overshadowed this little town u'itii gluom, Monday afternoon Miss Louise Wilson, airinl eighteen, tlio dangliter of ime of Urest tjuliicy's most esti- mable reiitlcnta, left her home snytug Hhe was Kolng to Battier nuts. Sometime after her departure n note watt found in her chamber reading: When ynu llntl this you will find tioil in ilit (loml bftok u[ tho hotwo. LOUISB, Tlie iieitflilxirs were hastily sutuinonvd and a search instituted union g a number of old quarry holes In which witter had col- lected. After ninny hours Miss Wilson's body was found In adeeperevice, twenty feet below llio snrf.ico. Tho cause o( the inicide cannot be conjectured. Miss Wilson ?ras of a cheerful anil affectionate tempera- ment nnd was a favorite. She was soon to have been married lo a worthy gentleman, Tlio young couple SCCIIKM! very fond of each other and the Itidy apparently regarded hoc future with delight, Army Mtrn iht ciDioxn, Va., October Post No, 57, G. A.. H., arrived in Kii-lniiond yesterday as the gnusls of 1L M Lee Camp No. 1, Confctlentto Veterans. Tho post numbereil about seventy men and were ac- companied by twelve Auburn ladles AliJ twenty-fivo visilorrt. They weie met at tho depot and escorted Capitol Suture by It. E. Lee Cant] i. kicliinond fnfantry Blues and I'lill Kcnrney Post 0. A. R. W. C. Carrlngtou, Mayor of thi> city, and W. E. Cameron, Governorcf the Slate, made es of welcome, which wi-rc responded lit by Commander TliotuasJ, Bill, of Seward Post, anil Mr. Williams of .Syramisi', N. Y. 'J'ho veterans will bu Iwmim'tlcil itud afterwanls visit the Confederate Home. On Thursday tiiuy will utlctid Hid SI silo Fair and on Friday return to tticlr respective lionuvt. Octolwr A distressing homicide occurred at the corner of Central Avenue and Perry Street last evening. A. number of boys were playing around the corner, among thein Will id Srhwcnkcr, aged ten, who lives with lits parents on Perry Street, ami Albert Edtiir, whoso homo Is on Centra] Avenue. Thwo two were hanilling a toy pixtol called a when young Sehivcnker playfully pointed it at Edgar and it ihrcu times. The last time there wtts a loud nnd Edgar fell iiKirtiitly ivoiiinli-d witti a bullet the brain. Willie Sclnveiiker. hnrriflcd at what he had done, throw nwny tlie pistol and ran home crying, lie was found by an officer nnd locked up at the Central Station, charged with murder. to Hum H ttrMgr, Br.ACKSTONii, Musi, October 21. A darine attempt wns made about eleven o'clock yesterday inonilngbt imru the cov- ered bridge on tbo ProvWciico WtirensLer Ttailroad over the Blnckstone Kivcr Bridge anO Milleville. Kerosene oil had Iveen poured on the anil then set on (ire. freight train from Worcester eame along hi time to save tho bridge and left two of tlio hrakcinen to guard It. The affair lias great excitement at Bridge and Millwiilc It was imported Monday In the latter plnrf tlint an attempt would tie tnade Monday evening 10 wreck tlie special train which convoyed the new workmen in tlie rubber works to Uridge, where they board. _ Ijfcloil of tltp II II 1 1 nil Piirt-AKKLPniA, October 21. Com- mandcry In Chief of Ihe Jlilitnry Order of tho Loyal Legion of tlio United States will hold a stated meeting nl the Colonadc Hotel this afternoon nl five o'clock, the special order of business being the investiture of the officers-elect and the election of a member ot the Council, vim Itrevet Brigadier Gen- eral Charles Ruff, United Slates army, de- ceased. Twenty-six candidate for member- ship will also to balloted for. Attempt nil A MUCH I nut I on. ConTicnus, O., October 21. Taylorsville, In thia county, Is excited over the mysterious shooting Monday night of ex-County Com- missioner Abe Kyle, a wealthy farmer. He la thought to be fatally hurt. Kyle ww about to get Into his bogey when A man, whom Kyle states was IJamey McEvenue. approMched him and said: "I Intend to kill you for swearing a lie against and with that he shot The men had recently tad ft tnlt In wnirt 'A Clow the MwnnEAr., October The local board of healtli yesterday sent a communi- cation to tlie Central recommending the dosing of the churches and theaten until the abatement of the epidemic. Public opinion here will not sanction Ihe closing of the churches and an outbreak of Indignation from tlw French press may be expected to- morrow. There were only thirty-six deaths from small-pox here ieriotu MiiunJorstanding Between Ruttift anil Aoitria in Begird to Eastern Question. ST. Louis, October The wife of J. ]L MeGratli, a leading nrcliiteet, while leaning over the of tlie porch of her nsMetiM on Uondny, wan thrown into a cellar area by the break ng of a railing. slnill was fraeinri'd ami she dicJ soon afternani Sue a tavoritu in STILL UNSETTLED, Tlieebaw rour Dmrt to Comply With TUB Ql'KSTlOJI UNSETTLED. v, October serious misun- derstanding Uns arL-tcu between Russia and Austria in regard lo tho Eastern question. In spilt) of tltccflforts of libtnarck and Salls- tMiry to harmonize tlie two powers, it Is au- thoritatively stilled that their rotations iinseitled and precarious, and that negotiations fur a fresh conference be- tween the two havo been fruitless, owlug largely to a sudden development of a menacing attitude which gravely compro- mises tho chances of a peaceful settlement Com mini kill ium Itntgariit iintl Seivtii, twk'u oiieiHHt tuul twice broken off, been on the basis of n uiiUm of both countries Turkey, Tlio actual iiiovemenWot troopsnro shrouded In mystery on both sides of the Servian iMrdcr, a rigUI censoi'stilp having been Binutllaueoiislv cstubltshed Iu Scrvia, Bul- garia nnd Kasl Kumcliw. Turkey Is now by the Depart- meiit ot War to be in a position to claim her rights of as tt Suzerain State over tlio Ltiilknii conferred by tho treaty ot Dcilin. Tlio llritbli tiuvumiticnt has friven King Ih'Obaw four days to nwiply with the nltl- nmtuiu. Intorferetieo with tho escort bear- ing the iiltlinnbini, 01' failure to comply within tho jwiod will tw ac- wptwl by the Viceroy of India as a declara- tion of war, relations will be broken off, nnd tho fortresses attacked. The expeditionary forces consist Of com- batants, new for transport telegraph, cont- jillssarlftt nnd other seiTlws, and men to re-en forco British posts on tho frontier. Tim field column com prises seven battalions ot Infantry, two battalions of field artillery, two squadrons of cavalry, two companies of mounted Infantry, and consists mainly of ifinlrasse troops officered by natives and llrltlsh, wllti a sprinklliiff of llritbh In- fantry. The cavalry is native and the ar- tillery exclusively IJrHhli, The In Franco Is passnt. A Mon- archist success woiilil undouhUMlly havu pre- cipitated a radlttil outbreak, nnd tlio results might havo justified the fears of tlio most pessimistic prophcti. The strain which would have occasional mieli violent action on the part of Ihu most ruhid aiill-Jlonarcli- IsU tins been prevented by tho people them- selves, mid the loving clement of tho Republican party, who woiu rcully Ihe cause ot tho constei nation, have revised their wlioleaalo atlacks on the Jtudicitls, and thus forestalled a conseiimMii'o vC Iliclr atiti-Badl- cat action, wlik'h would have the very thing Uiat they were tr.i ing most lealonsy to Avoid. Tiie Ki'inihlican tnajoilty in now ussureil hns diamond all fcara o( dis- turbances In I'arls, antl tho infiilcrnto party hits won certain victory anil the oxclisslon or the Consummation of (lie of either nttronie fttonaicliiat or I tad leal. (Inuof the rr.-nilLf ot tliix IHMIII Uiat rlsMcn, Cliisncticeaii, Kloyijuet nnd Hert are eluded to double HeiitM. The ttermid ballots si low that that part of the public who voted the Conservative ticket on Ihe fii-st ballot with tho hlenof crowiling out the violent Jtadicnls hy nl Icitst, a Inrge and formltlahlo Coiwervattvo minoitty and tlius innrk their or tlio ojijiorttiiilst policy, took ait course us soon as the full mult of their victory evi- They turned square around when It was seen that this iiolicylmd nearly restored tho monarchy nnd laid the ton i illation for a new revolution. Some Cabinet chnngcs are certain, howowr. despite tho victory ot the Itepublicans. M. (jrovy only consented to contest tho Presidency on condition that M. Freycinct sliniild also bocouio 1'remlcr in tho rc-clcctcd! nd mini at rat ion. M. Urcvy In- tends to soon resign In favor of Do Frovci- nct, thus retiring from Ihe government without causing tho commotion and un- certainty which would liavo resulted from Ills refusing to head tlie ticket Several hundred unimployed workmen marched In procession to Joseph Cliatnbcr- lain's house at Bermingliam, yesterday, for ttie purpose of enlisting the sympathies of Kadleat leader In their cause. Tho crowd showed signs of III temper, many ot them proclaiming that they would Insist oy. Mr. Chamberlain's report and that they would not Icavo until their request had been com- piled with, Tlio police, In consequence of these threats anil fearing that violent meas- ures might be resorted to, hurried by a shorter route ID tho rescue and surrounded the bouse. After hesitating for sometime Mr. Chamberlain decided to receivo a com nitteoot throe, whowcro passed through the police lines and admitted. They stated their grievances and demanded support. 1ft. Cliambcrlatn listened patiently and then cooly told tho malcontents that tlie row tttriy were making would certainty alienate not only his own sympathies, but those of all orderly citizens. He concluded by refusing to attend a proposed meeting at Mfe Town Hell for the purpose of aiding the distress fund. As soon as tho committee reported tlie non-success of their mission to tho crowd outside (here was a great uproar, but tbe men finally retired, howling tin-cats against tlie Democratic leader. CorESlIACKy. riot- Ing, growing out ot demonstrations' against the Klnjc and Prime Minister Eatrup and the members ot his Cabinet, has occurred throughout the city. The garrison of Copen- hagen has bnen reinforced, and a declara- tion of a state of sicgo Is expected. The situation is grave, and it Is feared that I resolution, accompanied by bloodshed tnd great loss of life, may break out at any Bxrawrit JJlowo ta DEBHAJI, Mass., October About nine o'clock yesterday mohting burglars entered the cellar of O, A. poetry, Ascended the stain to ills house ad' joining, unlocked two doors Into the (tore, Inserted into the woodwork on, the other side ftnd made the doors fast then with stout wire, drilled two holes in Urt safe, charged them with power and touched It off. TIM nafo wns blown to pieces and Its doors thrown completely across room. Tho windows and showcases wen imuhed to atoms. Tho thieves' reward consisted of two dollars in pennies with which they decamped. With the Murder at ChlM> NKW HAVJRX, October Lyle, of Bwnford, who was diarged by Ui wife with the munler ot hit three oU eblM. WM arrested rerterdir on Coroner, but WtfdduKhargeil, it being decided that; erMence was Insufficient to commit Bim. Coroner, liowever, will make btt re- turn that tlie child came to Its by being puUtil from tlw bed by dnuto be exportation of hcnta tuts It Is proposed to have a am Joston taken on account ot ttM wild Uiat the recently J. C. Marriott, K naval tarn Kentucky, appointed by tltt resigned on account ot inpalno. tlie 20th. AboymunodStmud tttrtM old, In wM Ntb tnd expired In pwt kfowr. The Columbia Coal and ban PIttabnrgh, with a capital of ,lte Mountain Cotl Jcranton, Pa., with a capital of was chartered at tbeSttta I'ennaylrtnla on Ibe 30th. Beverly Earns, a wdl-kMnm yncliburg, Va., coutnltted nleMt SOtli at Ihe Union depot la that browing himself under K aH His body was horribly mangled. ntoxtcated, and Is supposed to wave been suffering from delirium. say that the Shins, who labitUie central part ot Farther and are tributary to Burmah, have risen afatast King Thcbaw and sacked tnd tamed ter- oral ttllngei west ot tbe They also attacked tlw town ot putting tlie Burmese garrison to flight destroying tho town. The French artist Bartlwldl toewa FniM for this country on the ftttb Instant will not remain till the statue Is ewcted; nt will only see that all tbe plans VAf out and pcrfoctcd. lie wilt pHMMr be nore only a few weeks, while It will tuu strem months to erect tlio statue. It Is to be In ptaco and ready for dedication by July 4. Lieutenant Stoney has reported to tbe Navy Department that he has estaMbbed winter quarters at Fort COSMO, on tbo .Put- nam Itiver, In Alaska. 'Die point Is selected with a view to sledging explorations. TtM stores are, ample for twenty mouths. Sur- veying and explorations will be eonthramt without Intermission. Tlie officers and men ore nil welt nnd wilting, and the party Is perfectly equipped. Several years ago General Grant lost a penknife at the railway accident mwr Long Branch, whoit it wilt be remembered be came near losing his Tbe knife was recently found and a newspaper account ot :tio mutter reached the eyes of C. B. Web- ster, United States Consul at Sheffield, wlto presented tlw knlfa to General Grant Mr. Webster's, agent at New York.purchascd tlie bttfe for and It was promptly sent to liim. The money was turned over to tbo onummit fund. UXB ram THE MARKETS. ITIoor, urttln HIK! New YIJUK, Octotur Monoy on WM only nt I cent. Trliiiw niertuntilo iiajn-rnt FonslKO dull M nnd J.eftit for dommiil. Oovoriiinunt tmtula wore And Stato bomlu wore dull but Dim. October nrndo Hours Minnesota at fS.TMJo.OU. Minnesota Ml S rod nillilnv No. 9 red at (Mo. ml.Tcil at45c. No, Satflc. No, 1 at 38e, whits at 3Du, new, No, S lit SSv, No. 1 nt 300, NEW YrtttK. Ottohop miporllnw unil irt coinnton to vxtiit wonturn nt comnioti ioclioicu wlilto wheat ex- tm at jfi runoy do nt tRSWiWiO. com- mon lo ffixtcl vxti'd at WHKAT No. s at Me. unfrailea at Z rod at No. S rotl ut In olevuror, Wo o I f, No. 1 red nt No. I while at oitru rod ulVJc In elevator. No. S red October tit iW'iiTtirjc, November at WMw IMC. ClOBiHR Ut 1IOC, or unttmiJed mtxud SliiJ MKo, No. inUfti at elevatcir. KSKO nllont. now nt 48c, muad at cloainK ut M'io. Noyombor at vlostiiic Sd'ic odii'tvit utSrVn Wlillc nf tit fit I atJU.OtKt1l.Mi, irlrnr at tK tn.uOwls.w, hams nttu.TTk CUT o( ji'cklwl tiolllcs at nil f re lit ai. rt.'ju. at BJtfc, plckloil sinnitilura at lontr clear inTddlca nt trrailo at Ootobot ftt ftt.KT. NovomlKir wt UBCOIIJ. bor'at f 9.2S. ____ CniCAno. October choice nou thorn winter whoat flour at M.1MI t.OO. Wlaconalii at M1 SUIK24.TU, wheat at irfnnosota tiakan' at October at cloud at 89Ho. atWKo. Cash at October at closed KoTcmbor a4 iiloxod at SjJic. Cash at Ootober at SiltSiSSo, otoBod at NoTOinbor at Cmli at November at closing nEjitto-Caih at M.8sa5.ftM, Nwembw M fi.9Mfr5.S7. BiTLit Baite at f3.50Q3.Tli. thort fib at clear nt tS.feas.IO. ducriWAir, October it family at fsncj at f Coas-Sales of No. 1 M UaWHo. of No. miisd at Si Saios of at Sales ot ctirrent BDLIC Sales of at 93.001 Shott ribs nt of sbouldori tt fa.75, wort clear at Ifl.lS. _ TOLIDO, October S 
                            

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