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   Syracuse Daily Standard (Newspaper) - February 6, 1885, Syracuse, New York                             uracuse FIFTY-SIXTH N. Y., PfllDAY MORNINQ, PEBEUABY 6, J885. PRIOE TWO GORDON FALLS 1NTQ A llllltnl tlm I'r'Miileiitaaya: "I niirnmtly excBiitlvu may linuiwllatul niiMmnxnl to ucci-pl the gift. In thn name ofth united ijtuteiiiuul to tundur bin imperial .lapantw ninjuntj'iigoviinimHiit a snltiiblo o tills Kovornmeni.'it thanks for thu tjuneros t. which tliM priMuiiiation of so desirabl :i Mlr.MiT This sinp be bur, fuvoi ablotolhe United Stains In overv honorable wuv while tlm dislnterusiedness ..fu friendly mrelu KUvernuieniilewrveH from us proper "and THE MASSACRE ON THE .shall presurllw a syHtem of fees similar to Ih ]j in the L'tiiwil StatHB Circnil courts, nnd sh; enforce 1 hu coll, cl ions the iitiaucc-ss liligiints. 1 TIIK dom HH ThQlr 1'lllit. AJ.IIANV. l-'ub. The Suite .Medical sociu lo.ilay ordered -he uddreas of. Dr. Vnnderpoel o ehulerii to be engrossed and sui'lt to I'rcsidei Arthur. The address urges rigid ipuirai tin.! luensures as a iircvuntiuvc of th of cholera into thu Unik-a St-iic ami asserts that; tho darker arises from the iu trudnetli.il of Dm ilisuaae l.hronKh piisMingurs from precau Moos are not buiug observed by Knulamt 1 f !.he vessels amvllis. there Inn enjlera Inlucled jiorts. The r.ominatlug committee rupor'ed rhe ;b lo.'wing ollicers vtlm weredulr elected: O. I'ost, New Vork; seuretarv, Wll llam .Maullus- Smith, Syiacn.-e; LlmrU-s H. I'oiu-r, Albany: run suis, hoiitliern district, F. A.' Caii'i-.1. H. I'g.x, David W, York-KaHi urn ilislriul., K. U Suovr, Alhaiiy McLean, Troy; Mnldh, dknricl A L.hurclinl, Li.ieaj Crlrtiu, IJlugliiuntoii Koboi: Ualmleo: Wwili-rii c'is-trict, Thuodoru Uinmii, Auburn: Jl Ivltiungcr, Uavid hitllu, iiocheitur' censor ol Meoicinuof thu By racu.sc uulve.slty, .1. Tilo i lowing standlug eoinu.itlecs for 1. ,e mailing year were cnos.m: oinrrniiKeiiieiits and nifliLess, DI-; y, Aloally, W. ri Hlv Ijochesler, K. I, W. uy, lilmira, 11. IMlord, Ncw York; Will-linn M.smyt.h, Syracuse; bjgiuii, Drs. dald.liochu.sl.ur.K. O. (Jnriin, Albany, A. N iri.ok.yn, O. .1. Is.eg fedwa" lluielmis.jii, Ltlc.i, Willnuu n. Albany, .I. f-reveMug, Auburn; ul lire, Siimiiel if, ;j. -Nuw York, S. H. Ward, Albany' l.irs. A. Nun- York Arthur Matiewf0n .I. Whiiehea, prlzu eswii- W. I'ottur II It Hopkins lUill.uV, w. fci. Kly William II. Alirtd iMeV-er Syracuse, C. II. I'ortor Albany. Un peniianenl memneis; l.irs. it. M. lloj.kius, K I.. Uhapm.iii, .KmK., conntj-; VVilli.un (Jar-penter, .I. I'. Warner, John H. Ourl.i.-, WU; A. M.. Uam, mull, Westclie.ster; II. R. Wll'tera, .lolin M. A I uam; Lornax, M; Wil.on, St. Lawrence: W. A. ail.lor, I Seymour; .1 C. KiUon, K. Allison fti.jilben; ..lohu liorlu, C.iyuga: Ivi-r NniBani; H. A. Hopkins, Krie. lollowing wuru eloctud honuiMry .1. L. Uabell, Virglulu, .1. K. WhllUikeri Onio, 1'. 0. Wuriuby. I'ldhulelphia, s t-.loiisli.-r, l-.dlnbnrKh, Scullaml. The delegates wen- Jo Alnsaaubns.itij. Medical sociclv' Drs. M. Hales, n; K. Sherman I', foster, I'uiur faliim, John 10 ihu.-suw.lersuy Mn.iic.il society, W. llll. NVyllie, .1. Me.Hca Lir. Lucieu Hullalu'.' the l.urman .AsM..e.latii.n of Kaluralisls aul I'ny.-.rjiniis ijlarr, Koehes-lei" lu other Or. s. H. Freeman Albanj: Dr. I-'. Morrldj Ur. Heoiv A.liani; Urs. W. Uilllalo'. Lewi.-, New A. M. ac..nimil.ieuio a.-l. with the I'rcil-i elil dni-uij; I.hc Inlurlm. Dr. Krank fi I'nhinki, rend apnper on an instrumeu; rngalii.j! l.hu abdominal ivit v in ..fuvari-oUmy. .M.-nlion of tin- iiatm- of Vnmlerveer as president l.he v.-ar was with ronnils of npphui.M. i.r. Unwiilieh ad" n few allusions t.. Ihe old niu .nilur whirl, rul i ring s pa.'helicall.v of the M.par.iiion lo aei- al'ier adjotr.-iiineni. Thn i.mml Armyiir dm Keimbllc. t'Tii'A, l.'eb. (-.-.-The llrsi ballot, for deputy eiiliilniilidur of tho Grand Army KeiMildhj was taken MiiHiiltiirnonn. The whole nuinber o' votes was neeesMary :l c: lOice, Thompson. Jay, HiT; Kullh, I'J; TrilinUveli, IS Illern was nochoirc. For vice i mainlur llm whole of votes wa.- ir.i-.' Ouirlus W. llowlan of Unjoklvn got Miihony l.pr, and Ceorgn W. Uiwbin s election was made unaiiiiimns I'bc suite eiiiMmpinriii.- will, heruatler tie l nweeii May and October. William Kl.ul-dard was elecn-d junior vie.e comin ler: Ur Oroiiyyn, ol Dunkirk, medic.il dir-cior-an. thn Knv. K. Li vnig.-ton Allen, of Ilighlaml-de larttnunl. ch.ipiaiu. At llm even: tig session of the A. 14. depart-' muni, of New York H, Ulay Hall or Liulu Fall.-, was elected Kuiumaiid.-r .over L. 1'. ,asr. year withdrew with the h.i was to have the support, of the ad-mlnlstniliuu Ihls year. This sniiiinrr. however, went to The name of General Day was thureiore w l.hdrawn in favor of Hull, who was chusrti ;u ihlrd ballot, reuci vi votns lo or Thou, ison. Ot.her ollicers were chosen as bllcivs: Council of administration, Ileiu-tie, .1. S.imuel Johnsoit, H. W. Thiirn, Cieoivu Ketch i Theodore L. 1'oole. Thu next will held at Nmv York IN THE SENATE .The Bearing the Census Bill Has on ihe Canvass for Governor. The Ramparta of Khartoum Opened to th Mahdi by a Colonel Stewart Decoyed Into ihe House c a Blind Savage and FATE OF THE GOOD. KNIGHT I'roUablht.v llml lie HLTII Killed by tttr r.m-'KiiKliiml In a Over the War Ml AN EYE WITNESS THE SYRACUSE CHARTER I'Atikimi HYUTKJH. Horrors iif Sliiv.rj Into Speelul DlMputeh to TUB fiTANUAliD. AVjxmiisuTox, Ku'b. Oapialu C.ieaar Celm Mavoim In thu piissiinu ofa bill bj CoiiBinim to prevent the Importation into iionntry ol Italian -chllilrun unilnr llm pudron syslum. Thar, system, In so far as uhlMrnn ;in (lunui.riied, has, it Is Imlievo.l, been linikeu up but Ciptuiu Manmn says that thu padroni ayn nilnlt liallaiiH is IIH hnrrlbh and aseitensivuas was tlm system of hritiKlUh ovur clilldren. 'I'hosu hnporled are of tho peiii.-aut Tlmy nru lied to by the padrou u itidncu them to come over and aru practically slaves tiumbtir now iitioiit and next yuar, If thti systnin not broken up, there will bn of tlmm in this country! (J.iptain Mareliosays that tlmsu mun uamn over lurn nn.lera coiilmct with the piulroni The latter him thnin out In work by eonlraol, coliei't their wngu. and do Mot uivo them muru than twenty-lire liiiutn a diiy, Thev du not, mi. ei-stan.l thu KiiKlinh language ami" aru hot al-owud In talk to atiyono excupt tlm padroni ur iiKenis. The Captain is urKliiR Cimjjri-sn to tiiku null ill n Ibujuattur. He him wrltlnn n lettnr to Nlni; Humhurlnii l.hosnbpvt. In Urn li-ner he "The iilijuiri. nml siiimtl many tliulisanil llalliins, in inl'erloril r (not tliniiiuh their own fault) nil olhe'r I iitiimattth-s in this vusl. ri.-ii amL'lVi-e emiinrv Is :i foul sl.-iiii mid icrribru :iml nmle-Jervei tipnu tin- pi-.-sliL'u ..f thu llalian name upon this sldenf the AtUnli.-. h-ive -ir-rived the turn :iiid the dm v  linn anil tlio f.itn in1 Gordon, lint th i> oluy's guns were tiirniMl upuii him In full low und he compelled in rutlre. Tin- war (.Hiei, Issued Ihu follotving thin inuri -Ing: TVIuurams from announce Unit, t.ho. tall of Kltartoaut occurred January Uli. C.jlune Wilson arrived at Khartoum January ami greatly snrprl.sed to Unit tlui etiemv In pns-wvluh (if the city. Ha Immedlnlulv started on Ills return, ami proceeded under heavy lire frimi tint rebels.: Whan some inllw below thu bliub-lukil cataract, Wilson's steamers wcro wn-ckn lint thu. whole parly managed to reach on island In safety, where they aru secure'. A steamer has In them back to iliu llrlilsh camp ni'iir Me.teinneli. Wnlseloy him no Inrurinatliui regarding the lain of Gordon. llrst news of tlui dtsastor received hy lleii-orul Wolseley was lu-oitulu bya iiiesstingur, who lott thn 111. mil (Jotoiifl Wilson was unil ramiB on iwid to Online. Twn ni-.i-.-n. Knri! In Kuril, via Alm-Klrat anil tljikilul. Thi-y rraohul their iSjitlnniloii owliiK to thu laut lh.it HIB Khiir-tunni's tall luul not r-nuhn.1 thu ilmort. sprwid I'liraml sotii'Mif thu irllH's hlihvriii proi'ussliiK I'rlumlshlp fur Knitlaml hnvn iluularnl lor tliu Mulnll. Tim Arali ptrrl'im at rwvlved tlui miwt with salt'ii-iit' nnlllcry. Wlinn Wilson's II iiilla n-aulii'd Onulnrnian it. wiikilu-wwrnl. Tlii niiKiny WIIH .In it Ihi' Islunil ofl'uul just, nnlsidi: Ihu city. Thu r.llxllsli still pnilusl aln'.id, lint dlmiayi-i to HIM! tlmt tlm t-nrrl.1011 lir. lliK lliuiu. So tUi-s from tlm public buildings ami tlin town til! In ncidlKpntisl iif PIILIIIV. ThH pallid' in haVM Klltti'd. Unniiirs ruiiciTnin- tint t'uiuui Ginuiral liiiriion am many, hnt all agem lhat Iho Mahdl Ivbarliniin liy trvnuli-ry. Tim inns', roliulilit m-pi.l-ls s..v th.it bi-lliK charuo r.imparts, mi January '.'I! am! admlUwl thu Btii-tuy. Suinn rnmori slafu lh.it. tlii. Miilnli, wlili a Iliiwi, Is (Mupiiil up In a I'liur.-li. Dilii-rssny t1iacu.ink.it lins 1j M...II nviirluK lh.. M ih.ll's iinlf.irin. Th..miiJ.irlly at-rw, h.uv. 'nviir, th.it hu li.'i.ti WilMin luul ilir..ii twii whli'h wrvfk.'i) in ib.i [Chart.iuin and Thf lltird lieiirtin: U.iloiiMl WUKI...V ami punv, lirniiiclit tu tbn u.'ur Tip) .iXL'ii.Mii'-Mt i.v.-r thu tail of Kltur. lolliii I.-. A i'.inslan> '.triMni of anxlon.H impur.vrs, im.-ludini: :i ol inlntsti. s Is Into ih.- -ivnr ultli'o. At Ahlur.dinl ibr IIMIV.I was ri'ivlvnl n lib iniliKl.'.l IndlKiiiitlnn. iV Krcu'. sunsatlon wasiuilwl In th... Irisii lit Unlilln, wlmii tin. r.'pori. wan ruculvud. It Is Wulsolny will inarch lu-ro.ss and Kliartoum nr.iliu I'arlltMf iiossllitr mr.lnunt. Thu Mall tinstut, rulVirrilijt to thu cap. of Ivliartoilni, vioU'nily assails tho prntTiis-tlna'lon of tliu univrnniMiitln forOonlon'ii n-llt-f, ihuruby Jacrlllmni; Kli.irli.uin, "Islam Is It riiu-tlnilu.. "and thu ruvolt and fall of Khartoum will pfriiKMtii tlm ii-uli of thu world; and nnlu.-s tlio ministry display nnd wurlness to th.'lr formur dlUuiriuiiM. a wor.-ii iiatas'rophy will follow. Knuliuiir daro not Hy tho ulistern fiw. It would mean war ami mutiny from uitunnil of Asia t" thu other. Shu must rulnforcu IIIT itar-rlsons KVi.rywlii.n-, IncliidliiK India, evon Iflt Is to call t'.tr volunteers. Ounura) IC.irle must adviincc rapidly iu It irbur and .Muteiniinb. Bmiklir. garrison must Im ruln'f.ircud und tli3 ro.ul-l.i Iti-rbur uluarinl. Kvury nnrrn must Im str.ilnwl In prnvu that, thu Ivhariouiu dlsasttr-stlir'iiml tlm rusoluMon to hold KiiKlaml'H Mai: aloft In Ihu faOB of cvury foe. Ourdul.y Is not to tlFnuh. but to' pruparu for and rolteVH MMetnnnh by walur. Wu havu failed to savn l.ordnn. Wo uam now to savi> Ifeb. 3. Dotails of HIM iiiassa.-rn o Ocilonul Sl.jwartar.d parly ha v.j just, been 'or lilshed by JlnsHiin, a sinker on thu steamer who with two sailors, two artillerymen am Ihruo KuypliaiiH When steamer left, K liarlouin there were on Imiin besiduH I'.iircpeau (.'onsiils I'ower and llorbin, Hassan liey, twelve Ureoks and ;i nninbur of ual.ivi.'s. A'WO ot; iur steamers accompanied KlewarL lo Iturbur.' Thr lltlle Meet shelled liurbur, but with w'hal t s not, slated. Koiir joined ilia Heel al Hi.'rbi'r, and the parly imiceeYled down the Nile 10 Abu Haiuiid. Stuwari. with the escort, and continued tln> journey with i s own sleamL-r. A short disMticu billow Aim Hniiied SluirarL's steamer ran up .11 a roek and lecnimj linpnletisly llxeil. Tlmoniw disemliarke. to an adjacunl. islaiMl afier spiking the nuns ai i ihi-uwmi: the ..iiimnnitiuu overboard. Thu party bo.t sr> hnrrlcd'y 'th.-it l.liev lonrm themsuivi-s. They vv.-re S....M curroiimled by a large crowd of natives, w ,u madu friendly protestations. An Arab presumed 'a Stewart, from Snleinoii Vvad tiiiwr., invllliiK Ihu party lo Sa'elnian's They and S ewarl, r. le two consuls ami fliissan lii-v vrere .UM.hu of Ihe -blind native, where prisptireil. While partallillK of l.he Sab.-iman iho .signal. :i'wn lauds of Ins lolloweis armed wir.h ;-jirars ami swords en-lered the IIMIIKM and murdered S'.ewart ami the two consuls, llas-wu Bey was woumleil, bin. K-ciipcil.. The iKiilies were thrown inio le river and Iliulr nmney ami valnuhlun divided Wnlln the bloody ,-ceuu wan b, inn emicted ai. the blind man's house, another party ol Saleu-man's aliacked thu balam-u ol- Slew-art's dulVjiiseluM.s- comradis, bur. thu hojit-less niggle was except 1 In- narrntor 1 e seven M-l seliped being killed or drowne ill atiemprs Iu and Ihe seven Hirviv.jrs w.-re snb.Netiiichilv n-capi.ured am made prisoners. Mmm-ln was I'onml :il Ilirti wli.Mi K.irlu arrlvui) there. Tlm other prisoners remain al. .fepcclli: toTllllSTASDAlll.. Al.iiANv, Feb. The Semire this- imirnmp "_ listened good-uatunnlljr for over an hour to H'-n-an.M- Thatcher's speech on .the census. Mr. Thatcher. is a wealthy young gentleman of studious tastes and rcllneil home, tho hospiialirie.-ofwhiidi" are daily extended to' the Senate. He wears gold-rimmed eye-glntses and a rose In hi-jiitton-hole, ami is altogulher deemed a "food lellow." Ills speech wiuscramm. d with erudite references lo tho ancient census of the Mate. He .uses thu J.iitiu jjiuriil. with a long pronounced much t.o AL Dat'gct.t.'.s amnsement, and hustled with' to r.he Kgyptian. Kings and other mythical and historical lore. Incldunrally he dropped the remark that be did not believe ativ census bill would ho sigrmJ v.-hich did not.- provide that the enumerators should be subject, u- civil vicu examinations, and this will doubtless be hu card with which Ijovernor Hill expueis to }eat hecretary of Stale Carr's The Governor, il is curlain, is eockul and primed with a veto i.-pou thu bill which tho Repiililiean.- havu fa vor. Senator Murphy appeared this morninL' w-th a bill to cut. olf a slicu from Of Dr' health ofticer of the port, of New York II l.s said that the health hr. t ween and for furnishing steam-s ip newslo the York papers and the I'ress. Colonel Murphy's bill allows 1. ie A-socialed Press tug boat lo run up to uverv vessel em en the port, and put, a reporter or repruseiiialiveon Iward lowcnru the news The valuable coloumii lands ac G'niveseud t Coney Island) sehlom are overhxiked by Ihe-legislators New York cliy, ami to-day benalorCiilleu Introilnoiul a bill rupeiillii" the which civi-s the town supervision or thHtn there's millions in it" for some one rhe Governor to thu Senate the name of Dr. liobcrl. Ab-rdeln of Syracuse as -a n-u.-te.. of the Xew York State Asvltim for Idiots at Gcdde.-, to till rhe vacancy cn-'i'uil by itm resiguatiou of Frank Hiscook. In ewcu-tivu. session i-he counriDntlon of ibe nomination was moved and thu mori..n carried. In the Ai-s.-mbly Mr. 1'almer imrodnced a l.he ljoar.l-of Clinton h-sex, Franklin, Hami buralcifja, St.. Lawrence, Wncri-n and WarhinK- Un cnunttes lo '-nact. such laws as thev shnl' i-.-ui ihu preservation and protection of to apiniini tin, wardens lo prevent a ul tires, at. a sahtrv lo be ilxed and to be a i-oiint-y The in couMlii-saru to pair a propor iouato share of all. t .xes The Comp '.roller in toappolul" sx forest coiuiuissiiine'rs ar. a -il-irv of SI, 0110 to bn paid by Ihe slate, more one of whom shiill rcsiiluin ih- same ci.umv1 Mr. llemlncks' bill uppiiipriallng DOtl-io r.Miiibnrae.lohn Whire ,t Co. lor the removal of taeir .-.-.It easily ihr.nu.1, tue com-miriee 01 the whole lo a t bird r.-.uliuK in tin-A.s-embly this morniiig. When t.he Svno-i-fe c inrtur received in its am-nded his morning. Mr. 1 L.-mlriek.-. dntagrue with tlic atnendmciitH and thar a of be appointed. The motion was carried and tho Speaker nnpninml .wing cominittee of conference on tin, part or' lie Awmhly: Mus.-rs. Ivrnsu, Chufeh mm (.l-burne. 1 he omlssinn of Mr. Hemlrirhi' v.-as the occasion of some Mirorise. CUnileniitiu Iliiunjiiionn HI llm Knil ol n ICopo 'Jone.Hjioiideiure ot Tint UANASTOTA, Feb. Smith, lined yearn, and Mrs. Kimnn U. Hlnley, iijtcrt about havu buen livini; here for Ihu last week. They left their homu at .Port llyrnii Iwo wenlisnKii, l.ikliiK with Ilium a baby In Mrs. Illxley, wb.. bail .loped, luarlnij her iitsbanil and' Iwo three nldhlrun in I'orl. llynui. They shlpjted a p.irt of I ln-ir honsuliold Koods liefnru- riiiiinnK away. Mr. Smith wen Iu hip- out. or tent a farm nuar here, tin Wednesday Smith purchased about nine f.'Uti.il'ropo. Karly ihis imirniiiu- he aivmc pro-ijlired Ids r-.pi.. nml ailnr klmilug .Mrs. .mil her fur thn of sjnnfnn Itilbbard, who MV.M aboiu. thr ih-u north ol H-re; wlih ivliniil Im was nml wlih whom Im Innl been for a innii in work, llu reai.'lml about s Iliihbard ami wa.- pnriiiiueil :o eniei-Illlbbnril Informed him that. ami. her h.'iil lalcen tlm farm which Smjlh hoped in ,i which funned in ironblu i m. llu dr.-w Mivenvl. henry Mini lie IViltbndiy left ihe house Rolnt; to thu ..irn. llublurd luiMlie house a IUA- inliiiiii.s la'er and to thu barn found Smith lead Irnin a i-opu. Mr. llnbhard called Hie in; nhliur.-i wh nun in ihi.i villaRu for i.'nrnn.-r l.iykir. Tliu jury and l In. Coronur repaired u. t m phicn and IMII. the body down. Ills llesar Warulek I'liillips's nndei i.ak im; Mr. .Smith ha's l.wo dalielilers, Mrs Dulos Had-den and Mrs Del In ('on. llyron, and one son, Cierrll Smilli, who HV..M at .If.lA'K.S1 (I V .4.VS.1 17 How. .Not. MHItllftr Ili Wtilell Dtinol' Ih'u W.i.sniMi-r.ix, I-Y-l.i. of seiuatives staleu-.iiht .mude by Mr. ll.'ed reducllng on lliegood inten-Lions of the i-oiohdll.e.- .'h -rs and ImrborK. That.hu bad ilitun.li.il r'.ny diiieoii rlus.r he du. ned. Tin. provoked a Ivul.v ilisciission. Mr. said Ibal M r. ili-i..il 's di.iebiim.-i- u-.is sal ,t-v and he had mi word of erilielsm ajjainsl the .Mr. K.-ed s.-dd he hud in siihsim: yuslerdny hii iv-lief Dial Ihe gunllemen were mure in Ihe ex oj1 in 1 i'-ii- Ih.uriii a proper nii-ason: Ibr M i ion uf ihe Mississippi Tha; wasa ir. pnrsuilemuni lo be made. Mr. "Whut. ihi you nn.-an -.vlrnn you say Mm representatives are more iiiiliieiiced by a i cr-ire 10 s.-ciu-M an of mom- v than by a d.-slrn for Ihe irnu 1 he nav-Ictilon Sir. "The guntliiman ean for lllnseir." Air. say ii. is incorrect ami inn me as sbo-.vn by me record, f is an nn'riie sia-.emeni. maile in and iiiiehariialilu spirit." Mr. "1 simply allow i.hc genHifman's feiiiiLrU.s lo pass iii conjniii.-lioii wiih his manner nf malting them. ,Mr. "U will pnss: K.I will you." Mr. .Hi.scock lo the remarks in which be was criticised to t.hu cllecl. Mini. ;lm cnmuiilt..... on rivers and Im rhoro had not been' to IticiOlltly iijiun wil-h t.hu JlullSi.-. lie did' mate any charge of impropriety against: l.he Me would ihrow over It. Mm mani.le "chfii-ll.y. for nothing but charity would cover its omissions, llu would make nocharge npiiusi, I loconimlt.lt.Hi which was not jusMlled by t.hu p ool% nml records, but treing so jnstiilrd he w mid coiiilnnn to assail it. Mr. mum-ber of the committee on rlvurs ami harlMjrs, said that whllu be t'lolicht the crli-lelsins WI.TII unfair, e did not regard them as rellecl.lng improperly on the committnc or. ils individual iiiemberH. T'he matter was then droppi-d. Mr. Van Alstyim, from l.bu (imninittt'e on expenditures in the of reporr-eil )aek ttiu resoluiioii dlriiCtliiK thu SuereLirv jf ifio Treasury to iul'orm Mie Monse wlmr. hail been the total amonnr. of incurred nn-ler the law providing for tjie appointment of In ml.y marshals, chief supervisors and anper-v sorsof elections, und in what stales l.bu nioney !iad been expended. Adopled. r. Hurlwigh, under l.be new ni'.n, culled up the bill fur the erection of a public, bnildiii.' at. Troy at a limited cost of und H was iitsHed. The bill united up by Air. Perking, for the sale of certain Now Vork Indian lands in Kansas, was objected to and not considered. The House wont into committee on ihu river and harbor bill. Mr. Long ottered an amendment appropriat.-ng Jli. for t.hu Improvement of llinnbaiu jarbor; Mass., which wan udopujif. Mr. Si.onu otr.irctl as' a substitute for Mie para-irap'h providing for a harbor refuge at Sundy Hay, Muss., an amendment, appropriating -OHO for the improvement of the National hurbor o rctneu of the first, class at Kandy Hav, Muss, provided no part of the appropriation' shall bil ixpendxl until Ihfi board of engineers shall leclde t.hlll, lids point, is the best, location on iho (or such a harbor. Pet ding action l.bu committee rose. Mr. l.iolnian Irom the coinmitii...!  'r.sv- Vn'itu, l.'ub. .1 losses :u this morn-1 UK'S lire In WooHtei1 strnitt UjturugMa fiilHl.OOO, Th rue-foil ribs of ihu property is insured. Of the IUIKU bnllillni; where the lira raced anil to wtilu.ll it was wholly cunllneil, nnlhlni; Is left. The nearest estinmlys lhat can bo of thu looses of tenants are: Seol.i. llowne, Ili-o.-i., whoi.-sala liipinrs, Itaxbener Co WUHI-U ami ta-sols Sl.l.OOd: (.ioodjear iminufae.. Luring coinp.iny, Bernard Aliimn, 1'ilnKu.H and novelties. SHl.llDO; J. IJnlton, hiuo Roods and oanviiH, flOO.Olid; A. Xn-bii irtrnw Koods. t'.OOO; U-sliiiniier, Sml'h Jt Co., case mannfaoturnrH, f 'I'll., hnildlui; was owned by Peter Hruuiiur and lionry y. Moore, fnrnl'nre luannfactnrers, who bnill, tl, at a eiwl: .if C.'M.nUO. Hulhllnt! No. llli. occupied by I idlles steam heat, apparatus, was knocked to pli-ees, -and N'o 118, U. A. Stock's lardwaro store partly dentroyed. The on these is ami tho sr.eam beatinu Unit's oss on stock Is C A.' Stock's hardware is damaged Tliu ilatmiKe to tliii bustnesshouses in Rreem. street and Kurroiu'd. IIIK tenements Is makingiitoial of JBlin, OOll. The lire Mrns slill burning ab mioii fisl by cod liver oil and whiskey. Seme sixty families were driven out of Ihuir homes opposite the tmrnluu b'liildtnijs and on holli sides of t. Tlm lire Htarrud Iu Scolt Jx: Hownu's cellar, w lure was stored larpu qiiamllius of eod liver oil, and spread m the cellar of Co., whet-u was a heavy stock of Feb. Tho Democratic of the Assembly are in quite a fe.rmtin.1 ovrlr res iltofyeslerilay'sdetBiioon the Rarnuni rfso-iltion, and there was a good deal of loud talk th s mormug before the Honsn convened. The County numocracy members charge the Tammany men with uuitiBK with to ilay a trick upon them, and some of representatives of tho County Democracy feel Mire thu fact t.har. some of their own number were so iudiscreer. as M vof'e for t.he and the elf.-ct of which, ihev sav, will be o whitewash thu Tammany parties to the 'i Bills" and push l.he investigation against (..outity Democrat... It. is also asserted that Mr res, tkougli :t Tammany mau, is1 (aiiliv of -t .reach of in lib in b-iiguing himself with General Hnstifd and other Republicans in srcurini; tin-idoption of the substitute, when he to believe tkat. he would an investigation, which would havn been nrualivetl 1 IH had not beeu for the substitute. Consider-' ibb, wnith is also iwured upon the hmds'of Messrs. ily of Olsego, and Oliver of New York ror their morse yesterday in voting for tile UHI-I! Nul. SlWeltt] IJUplltCh tOTHM AI.IIANV, Feb. Thu Knuieollual allirnico jtvNbW York has adopted l.he taclics suc-jessrolly iu the livarts campaign, and Las loaded I be sl.-itu with blank remonstrances igaiusr. the freedom of worship bill. Tho first >atch of these sigtiwl emptied into thu lo-day, onenf them con'a.lMiiiglhe signatures if all the SlelbCKlist uiiui.sl.jrs of Albany and Cl-oy. The bill is likely tost.ir up s'rniig feeliui. >eforo it has benn disposed ot, and SenaloT Bibba is lotli to move Kepublicnns from cii.y lislrlomseem to think its passage iieceoiary-ni retitin l.he Irish vote iu the full campaign, while rural .Kupublicans oppose the (Jnlru Also AlitriiiHtl. CAtlin, l-'ub. The Hrstn.iWH of tlio fall of Kliartoum reuelvud hero was from London, Dlllclul dcspatcht's havo not been published. Thn iiri-atiiil Ihu utmost I'onsternatlon ulimiii: thu Unltfiil WorkuMu. tocii K.SVKH, Grand ledge of the Aieient Order of United Workmen chose orli-seijs for. tbo year, an follonra, to-day: Grand mister .workman, W. J. Doueell, of 3berti.au; grand mremaa, .1. B. B.ir-ett if, Albany: grand' LIM Tutt'lo' .illle_ Valley; grand le.-ordur, N. Horrmi! Jlnkirk: grand receiver, .John Itod-V -ickpon; griind giiidu, ,1. 11. NortoV 1 alnyiliu; grand insiilu walohinun C. S' -i }'Ml1'' onlslde watchman. J.L-W York; siuinj; aranil mister workman, H. Ii. Loomis, grand rnstee, Itnrec yuars.) H. Onrrrti, years.) J. rtuiralo: flwoy.-ar- i 1. U. L. Ivimaii.l. .Ni-xv Yorli: grand medical tsan.iuer, A. II. lirigfrs, M. D.. to the -Suureuie 'pa-i-gnuil iiasti-r workmen H. U. Lnomis, Uilllalti .1 .1 Arker, Albany. Thfodnri- A. Uu-u. Bllinaloii Syracuse was chosen for t.he next sus-im, Ciniml lodge, to be held in l-'obrnari-. No k-gislaliou matoriallv the awd has been atl'ci-ted. The srsssun o-iuorr..iw. Iu VAKI.H, Keli. Nuwn of 'tbo Khartoiim dix. vrcatPil sensallon here. Thu British Auihatsailor hud a loag Interflow with during the VlrKlullt Orimo. A'a., Feb. The mysSerious nurder ar. Coal Mountain, ntar Wytheville, lanuary :il, has been cleared up and Alvy Incioion, a negro, imlicl.ud ibr r.lm crime. The Hide body of the mun has b-vu idem.ilie.il as a liner named I'erry, from I'ennsvlvmiia. He vasshot from an ambush with a hud of slugs me u'ol. killed, and the liellish work was with a club. .lackson wan capt.nred v i In playing a b uijo at. a dance, dressed in the ilofaly clothes of his ir M Fntni. Humor. SpCClllI IllultlltUtl loTllB.STAIlDAHD. VuliK, I-Vb. nicmtiuraof the St. buru iliiny the tneut from I'ltisbiirit lhal. there Is any tiiiirvincnt on to "nn as-oclatlim of rntallatliin aj-.dnsl thu Irish ilynnnilti." wlibln tlmt as.-. .elation. On tlm L'onlratr, any snrh It Is said would bo In Itr.lil.l.v, Feb. Tlm Onvnrnmenl. has yeslerday's of the a liberal paper, IKMUIIISH of the nulletil lone ol' ils. Thu seizure Is con-h c iTed '-xtraonlimiry. It. is Ihu Hint auixtire of i tiiiwspapi.r'heru for twnnly years. The Kreneli llloekHilc. tlii.vn ICoSn, Feb. It is rumored that, tlm r'reneh Intend in abandon i.lm blockade of For-nosa, and apply the blockaiiu to llm Uanion river. It Is regsirted Mini, a tiny has broken ntt amoiiK the Krench-Aiperian trooj.s in ThHiikM to iho l.ltin Cerlllleiir.vip. In tliu I.IHIK. jpeelnl Ills-patch to TIIK N mf. Youic, Feb. Hue cenilicaies. will dealt, in on ihe iloor of the I TO-luce ExchiuiKu, and a clearance department for ids particular branch of trade ib to bo to tliu llous... ni'ointnlsalon'fioni tlm yectvlary of atatu relatlv.. to llm .Japimpw! Kur. nfltir lu ilonntn u valuablo of land nt Toklo to the United States In fee. (or li.'Kntton In his of tram- Arrivals. At Tho Werra.   

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