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   Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - January 8, 1878, Syracuse, New York                                VOLUME 29.-------NUMBEJR 6. SYKACUSE, N. Y., TUESDAY MftRNINGK .TANUARY 8, 1878. SINGLE COPIES, FIVK CENTS. HATHml CAPITAL WICS. Political Gossip-Now York Cits torn Hinixo Humors, IVrlll.in f hnrtffv nn Klitl.iil (oiirtrd -t rmiilii tlio I'nmldP ,lnn Sclmrz'a Inter of iliHiiimui ID Onlnin, chief fit rl< tho Iii.'iini liiKcmi, jirunoiinccH Ciulpln' exciiiu di-liiinioK Hit) papers concerning Ihi- itictucy fr.iudi, viz ness n" irivlul ami culculuted tn aggravate nllenv Tli" oulof cliority ubitaiii- fnmi cluvrui tin oilier ul- icinpN al Tlio letter rnncludeH "In my opinion, lliu (.Iflccr to see ttit; iiriportiinoo of prfimpt urn! prosicuuou of tlinhom it who, HwliiK It, fiirKLUi nnd 11, inn mifuly cnlrusttd with imy ruBpnuaibllllliii In llio innniiKciutiiil "f Inilliui Till' lluf" TlH'tr Is murkiil in tlio tulk of Itppiib- llcii.i Onmri's-i'm n '1 IK ir with Flu, Huutni lo lifivti hud it Uitiellc I'lTurt in runvimini; muny Una It in iv nol bti Itr4l to llin wur upon tbu I'ri lii'tit. Some of tho I'M'sidoiU'H stuunch fflinulH :iru iiiixloiiH fur Ihe nf u lenalutliin of concerning Ihe uloct6- roto of IiOuMniut, lioliovlng It mill only rtfjiulu lu goml for tho Ailaiiaiwtratlon, unj will put H ulop to thu futuru Tho HpfrUl tiiyu: Tho will not ID any new iioiiiluiitloTm for tlio N (Jir.lnm UDIIIO, at IcuHt for Homo time lu IIIH friunilii nny tlia mutter hus uovv whioh, If it wury (MUtinuul, M'miUI bur tliu wil) to of uniri, KittinrhiiK p to tho umtttry, lhal, UK lite iicU'd on hi-i llnlnliiiillunH, In1 ho cnllUsiH, lllih'HS filrlliur lit-. ..hmilil reopen tin' ijlli sllon 1 ilnpnU'li Npo ihniht the TV, rfiili til wilhin li ii iliiVH nlii'i nn H, will nond to llin Sen- tor Colkdor unil NKVII! (Mllurof New Vmlt Thin IIIIH beon ihi- ultliii on Ll it. Uu, uplnion llml wlimiver IH nnuivil will unl   he conllroni'l Tlio nomlnnlinnH ure Id hn iluliiyud H fuw Unit llicrp tie uoupp Mirauni'of Unlicuul hiiHte (onilili mini triiiiid of Vf K (jlniniller tluu Uu, lutior prepiuliijc juunhur itlU-r I hn n il tronlthi with him I. con- nti'lu 1 wuh iiniint'iiH lo thti nvil herv- ii Out; CM" i iitliini is Unit iho I'rc-iidimt will hu 'uicei! inn Kupiilillonn piuly i'lir '1 -jp1 nil 'iiiyi. ItupKHunui- livo spriiiijer imnoiiucol hll InUiitlon of inkiuu Uu, lldiHo uu I ivi itlKii IIKII into iiu> ol' Ihu Uiulud rtlnti -i Liniinlnl, ihirliif; the htsl few yn iry r, solution uill as u ctwsu upon which Ihu HottM! H.'iuuhl huvo "puciul infur inittlnn, ihu CuiHii'titL Cieneriil ut Shiuiuhnl A C'tno H of lo thu Niitlnu'tl Woin >n rtultraai, uilion WHS held lu tho 1 vilh-i' ten'pllou ruoin of tin. Sonntu Miniilty, fur pliint, for Iho lonth itnnuul tonvuuilun In ruon- duy null WLtiuiwjtluy, with it viow nf nr- linniulnite ilLlion hv im it luninilnunt p'lOhlhlllilK thu Htiitc.i from illsfrniii lililiii;   penl- leniiiiry, .lamn perjurj, IIro yearn in C'tiuntv iKulUmllary; Situuiol Siuuk, in ihu pusiolUu', one InvpriHOUiiu (it al .IlieUHuli, MlsH Ind.n.i Ooinulisjiioiitr lloyt piopisus ihu Kenrrul uf it rennlur iiollco forre h I'uli ins from VHiiviim Inhi m ir tec for KOoU cuiiilnu, -iviullu- liilliu'iice ThoHi. itr  produie greitlcv i-fflelency itl liaia coal aru nltmut All In nccnrd with IhoviciWHOf IhL general odlcertj. Honor Iho "Joiuuiij- aiouur, huj mude to Iho Now York Chiimbm of Comiuorca some Unto month un thu commercial uU- lloaa whic.U nhould bu entiilillshed between tbu UnUrd Blatu.s ulul Mexico Tbe disimtcli Bays, UlDgham, at Mol.ilo, Ala, reniorud for Illlnjt s bond which proved to bo beuu rvenored la position, ine Senate SMvd tu coullrm hu auccosaor. Mr. Uiughara boon to Ilk it miw uouj, but no iiluauton tu thv nmltur. lliu itlUee ttct Hlnghum CKO not uu removed until Ihu Henuto eoutltius bis succtasor. i The Springfield, Mass Jtepublictin ot tho run, Under an itcl of Ilia last reiiuiriuit thu tflitlu tlutuctlvcs lo enforce tho Ten hour law, deUietliro Currier, ot Filobburg, and of Uolyoko, have begun tliu work tho Uerksbke rouuty factotles, at the same tune that two others of the.- forcu huvo begun nt Full Hiter. I ticiu werti served on till Iho uiinufactururs about a month and lust week Ihe dolor, lives brought suvi-ml u[ the leading mill- owaers ta the- soulhurn part of ll.u couuly before the court, charged with employing minors or women more than sixty hours a week I'iicy all acknowledged that Ihey had viclit.d ihu and paid nuralual Dues The aanu ft as made of tho rusu I, 1'oiaoroy's Sons, at PilufluU, yeatordiy. In iho norlh part of the couniy, 1'lunUett Wheeler, ibf head of tbo flrin being Gun Phmkctt, into of tbo Uovi rui'r'.s Oouucll, IV.ur UlucUnton Cu Adam) Hnuliursi, and others, la whose cales Itio papers luis'o not yet be< n norveti, will appour before a special session ot the District Uoiirl at South Adams next cwtdty, and it ii expected that sornn of them wdlcontesl the ciumx. Tbe ileloellviis understand tlmt Preslou  i ii's ui'l fur ns it rilalei to woiiron, anil u uifil of the IJerlCHhlni mairjfiicturerH will he hen' nt tlio I'iltHOetd Town Hull, Wulnesdny, talk the innttur nvur, and, (t thought ndvis- uhle, intend a delcKhtion to itoiton According Ilio 'Jiinrf, an incemous de- vice, by which sevtnl Kohl rellnlng Ilims lire repnrliid lu li tvi- IVuii iwllidli il, win exposed ncen'tly at Uiu Tumbi I'uhcu Court Some time iigo Nowhotiscr, n worklm; jeweller, uf No. HJt'lIssex street pulled nt thu gold iellulr.tr cstablishintnt of Messrs Ai Hons, No. 'J John street, and olTured for sale woveral nuggots ot apparently pure gold. Tho llrm, after subjecting them to the usual tests, purchased the nuggcH al the ratu of 50 cunts.t pennyweight.! t Tho lumps which weighed ahout ft> pennyweights each, wuni siilwciiuuutly thrown Into a crucible, with u quantity uf gold in- tended for refining before transmission to tbe uiauuUolory. tJcvoriU wwlm ago haumr again cnlJiKl nt Ibe pluceof Longaian Sons, und uucceeded in selling (beat two additions! nuggets all (ho sainu rule Atler departure, it meinber of the llrra sub- jected ono uf tlio nuggets to the test of filmic and, not lic'tng wilh tho lustilt, cut it It was tburj discovered that -t very m- irculmis swindle had boen iwjrpolmtcil The nilfget was found to consist of 00 per ent. of silver and II) pe-r t ent. of 14 c vrat-gold, the latter forming thu outer crust, and eon- cuallng a solid muss of silver within. The work had hum admirably executed, und was ealculated to stand the ordinary tests ot arlds and tiling-. Tin, llrm did nol at mice inform tbe police nf tho circumstances under which they hud been viulnuzed, but believing thai Nuwhiuii'i would iillempl a repetition of thu offcnbe, .kt pt a 2.1tarp Inuk- oul for his reappearancu The.lrvigU.uice WHS rewarded yi sturday, when thu man entered itnd endeavored to negotiate fur tbu sitlo of more nuggets lie. was .lelained and surrendered to thn ustody of OIHeer riweeny, of Iho First precinct, whu ar- raigned him befuie lusluu Murrn) in the [ifturnoon. Thu prisoner, a Oenniui, uf Iliniuiitivi' Hluturo, said ihat hi- had nn knowledge nf Iho t liartu ler of the nui; guts, and tli'it hu Imhglii Ihem lor sulid {old from it man named whoso, irqtiaintanco he made lusl hummer. iJo mife'ssed tn bo ignilrant of the pretient whereabouts Mt-ycra. Ilu was romunllcd iintll the ne'Xl morning lo uii'tbhi the uuin- jiliilnala to present n comet estimate of lliblr loss, which, ihc-v will ixteed It was nsserud Ihat jhu set ret of lliu niiniilticiuro of those spiinuiis nugjulu is cnowu. lo Ihu and thai lie has neon iiftslsled 111 disposing of Ihem hy tin g ing, whn huve oilmi ;old retlnurn lo the nt of 'JIO.iMJO uuluu i few mouths As they contain only ten ;ier cent, of gold, llieii te'itl n more llian live cents a penn> wuUlit The [irohtaccruing to Ihn swiodlurs frnm Ua-li ,alo was, theiefore, r, i wits a pemi> weight Ol' IIAKIJ.VININU itvut Out mi Contradiction of Clmiidlvr'w I.ullor WASHINOIOV, Jau V. H linyn on, the (orrespundent of Ihe nciunutl thK'tte, publishe'S tliu Admlnls- ralioti side1 of Ihe sloiy about ihc alleged largaiulng between Southern Democrats md the lullmulii Irlcnds of Ilujes Ueu. loynlon'fl statement is of the utmost Im- Kirlance, In that hu squarely that Southern Democrats deliberately proposed o bulriiy Mr. Tlldcn. lie sujs "'Ihe ention uf Uepullieuus lu Wiulilnjtou wuu Irsl pointedly directed lo Hie i-lnluol leel- ng among Southern Democrals by Ihe of thu Kurlhern wing nf their ,iarlj, (iiused by tbo publication ot vill bu retuembereil as Ihu Itoberts Inier- with Ciov. Uayes at Uuluaibtii Kmls- urles froui Ulburly street' i nine post haste n Wusulngtou, lo souud Southern men nud ice K tboro was uny lespanse umuiig Ihem .o it senllnieiit thai would prefer Hayes, wilh nn lusuit'd liberal policy, to Tlldou, w Uh Ihe cuttamly uf geucrul trouble. Theii inxiety and thu general uneasiness among their friends in C'unmeiu diselo-ed thu illualioti to Kepublleims, and by the mid- dle of Lk'cemliui of thu most promi- nent among the latter had fully grasped its Jieaniug aud its possibilities. Republicans ho giuo llietusulves earnestly to the study thu situation found a genital nunt among Southern Democrats upon KUV- ual sobjiiota. Ueucnil llojntoii uri- Imibtedly In ft position to know of Ins tmn jicrsotm! knowlegu the tacts hu tliti- Tho statements so circumstantially uadu by (4onerul Uoynlon, places In hn mUiviablo position tbebouttiuru Doiiiocuits, vho thus proved tdc'iuscivus traitors to their >arty Ueiiorat Boyton doeis nut namti uny if these Boulhuin jlumocrals, but hu clearly ndidttes Gordon, Lunar, Hill, Kills, Burke md llaraptun as the leaders. Illo Loimr noro 'ft'XOUblW.I The New York in its alluslona to ,hu effort to make Olniudlor's lellerii Ihe of it on the i'rodidont, s tys. 'The notion roleriod to in our Wellington llspatcheti, of it scheme managed Mr. William K Ohandle-Vjlo fortu Mr. Hayes >ul ot tho Republican parly, id inort nal than brilliant A rery slight kuowl- uilgo of political imlchnulcs would teach Mr. Ubandler and his] friends thai un i.t- omptof tbni kind might work the wrung If tho resistance ware grunlei limn heir expelling power, they mlgbi very easily :HJ kicked out of the putty themselves by tho recoil. There in no aood reitson n hv rtr. Uayes should not, both remain in Ihe Hupablicau parly and exercise u very tiwry InQueucu ua it. hu will do so, depeueU not on the machmulioiiH of the e.hoap polillcul ciiunlng and effrontery ol which Chandler ban lately liecn an unpleasant exponent, hut ou Ills own good senso nud courage. The following In '.lie dLspuich alluded to In Ihe ftmeft odllorlal: Tbc lolter-s ofl W, K Clutmller on the nolilical himallon, writ- leu within iho panl few nocks, arc collecled Inlo a nual pamphlet of 'ID pages, of which copies are (aid lo l.uve been prlotwd There aru, bcside-a the i most famous of lib effusions, some in Ihe collection which Imvo csboaptid public notice. Tha cover ia cuibiurouod vMth a quotation. Xroni 'Macbeth.' 'Dan such things be. aud overcome Ilka a summer e'Un.ul, without our special wondorV The second puge has a reprint of ibe old 1 r. Cbandlur Electoral Commission. Chandler foreshadow spring by Mr. C tlon from Mr. audlnll Issued last coulalnlng a specvh before the Tbe of Mr attack upon I'resident, In which mbu ot more coux- (jueuco tbaa lie Is will be leaders Tbu leltuni uruaantoul llkil ikiriulsturs before a battle, and tboy maw pUulGly disclose to Iho real lenders that tuo time for an aetfanc.i hat not come. Probably tbo contest will begin as suoa u Congress moots. How II wiTlaribO, who will mnKo thu tlm niOTument, whul fences Hill become involved, ivud what will Uu, resulUj nro Cor future solulion. Md the Mlaviad Mill. Jan. 7 Piiiladulpbl ot Knitcual Bank considered rualutions adopted by tbe bank era in New Saturday, to Ibi lllalld SJlter bill. AIMr a lengtliy dltcua- siou IJwy referred tbe sbbject tu Clear- itf Tlttiut ComntUiet, wlia lo act. Pa., Jan. to the National CooTtntlo-n of United fiaport Trade, la JauaVr poute rot tUckfaiefor tU ratand Wp ratand DEPARTMEOTJff ISTURIOR Investigation- tlon 'and Frniiil. A 'tlioronarli Ori'jrlmulltta; ati Almoluu Ilu'uo- nl Ohtrf ClrrK ,lnn report t Secretary Schurz hy the Board of Inquiry into the Indian service Is un elaborate nn< tiiluminuus document Huskies the conclu sion regarding Chief CMcrkUalpin, theltoan find concerning the Eastern North Cnrolim Cherokfi matter, that an invcstigul of the controversy should bu made by a Commission appointed bv th President, and delays In its settlement lmv H won nol bought Important. The report alludes to frauds ut tbu PIII-. carried ou openly For elgb- ,euu months. Itegarding thu cenlial super- uleniluucy, the Board finds tho present iuperiotuudent is incompetent, InalHciont md terribly derelict. Thu report sertH I iml Iroui October 1872 to October theri advanced hy theOovcruuioiit .o a Ingalts, Indian ugent, wlthunt -.iUleinonts of accounts till July 1877. 'I he bonds and sureties of no itggro- ruto can secure such to tho Government, .1 luu above sum lias never been satisfac- torily accounted for. The business of the agencies ns at present conducted. Is simply u license lo Hgenls to cheat and swindle in hu name ol Ihe' United on petty lalancs. By ibeso proceedings njii-nts have tcciimulutou fotlunes. Thu report blames ihu present method ot loU'ding ngeuU from suntlaiunt and not rom due regard for business qualiflcalious, t recumuiends a system of tbo promotion of faithful subordinates In the, department, u ihu Ik-Id, and in conclusion wilb emphati- cally urging iho nucuaslty of reform in Ihe Qovoiuinciit dealings with ihu'Indians TO Futile Ammpw sulvide IiiMl'BMUiOi The Sun aays: A tall, well dreaded h.an mood tho gate of tho ferry lloat Juy Gould, early Sunday evening, looking in- ertly at thu water. At tho boat wus about midway between iho landings, Ilio man .umped In lot ho water. Thomas, MrjMullon, .he pilot of the tug Jamea Bower, saw tuo nun jump, and steamed to the (pot When .ba mau lo the surface ropea were thiowa to him, but bo refused to them Mil aank. Then McMullcn und Leonard Hazard, a deck hand, nrndu noowi In Iho ropo, and whca the man cttnelq the >ur face a aecnad time threw it over his head, and Ihou draw him out. The mnn WUH sense lou when Ukou oa the tug. lie wait sent to the Now York llotpital. His clothing aud apiwaranco were tbotu of a wealthy man, but m his pocket only eighty eenu and jack-knife. lie leemed egine- what aurprlied when he resumed coatcious- DCH, and then becanu donaut Ho mill be bad awallowed laudanum on. Saturday, bnt that It had no effect. Bo had bceu foiled ualo, he tald, but he would vet kill hlm- Hif. Ilg himnlt Hearr J. Kcmhall, of 41 Twent.y-flnt street. Uo alto intloutxi that ho was a ruined banker. OHLKAKS, Jan, 7. ComialUw ol tte Dioeam ol Louulani to- day, command to the comwcmtion of Dr. Xoeleaton, M Biaiop of West Virginia, and to coownt to tho cocMcrotloa of Or. Seymour aa BUiop. ATLASTA, Ga., Jau. 7. la the caM of the Stale aialnrt Ei-Gorarnor Bnllocil, ai- to In jtrofiTew, The cate will be aubaoltlcd to tho jury to-morrow. A verdict ol la' fwwally Kpecled. CMIKIKAI. At Ibridek, II. Dalwdarulur, Jolil lalud it Co., whoae cioolud failure waa reported a few unoo, ihua bownd ow oa a of Durladllnc, 'ead The motioa to Quart the nadleUMnt At Itunfem, Onl Ihu premises euple J jy W. Tierney, wliolc'Mllu und rcls.i'l gouds merchimls, burned lo-duy. Jjoifi At Itenou, Wis a lire hero leblerdity ile- truyed Kellui.'g s block wilh the dr> irootls lock of Clark Bros. Lusa Al Lngiiinge, lud .Brown's block, uct-u )ied by a hotel, Fiist Nniional Bank, drug tore nnd niiiut. market, was burned Tutul At Merideu, Conn Edward nnd Hichurd Sparks were hiidly buined nnd cut hy the .xplosion of a Uurosenn lamp, ililt, I'veiiing ['h') latter's lecuverj doubtful Umlj HOR0EM- APFATMH. Co-oporatloit dian WASDISOTOK, Jan 7 Sub-Com- miltce on Military Affaira Colonel commanding the depart ment of Neucus, Texas, in relation to on the Klo Grande He aays thu goods ad milled freu of duly into Zona Libra, on the Mexican side, uresmuggled into the United .Slates by raiding parties numbering from iwenly lo thirty. Ho mentioned six 01 wvcn murders by rjldera in ibTT, and said the numbrr of raWa uere smaller the past lno yenra than funnerly. In Ihe Colonel com- manding uosmi tho Hto Grande in search of the Lep'rons, killing und capturing ulne- leen Indium, rapturingatock and deuroying u village 1 in kept un the expedition with full tonseiit of Ihe Mexican locul authori- ties, tlii' well disposed llexicano being anxious lo bo lid of the Indians. Tho low- est clement thrives upon llin plunder tho Indiana bung them. The tiratco operation of Mexican troops with UnltPtl BtiUcs troops wisiimlor General Fulpan If Ihu Me'xlcuns would co operate with UK we have troops enough on the trontiui, otherwise not. Thu did not appear to object to expe- ditions into their territory till the formal onlor CIOM the Ilio Gmndu issued fmtu tho War Department Thu billcrncbs of feeling tbc Irontier is ox- prussud thosu ft ho IIHVO lost property. The raids aru made by larjtas who1 over lo lite lilhalilted purt of the coun- try mid lit! lu Walt. Tho Colonol cinttacxl tumlher time in 187C, and captured 187 lionet) und Ho crossed tlmoi lust yunr The lust crossing v, HI uiado flf- le  our iroups pursued ihu ruidiTi into a tofui when) they would bo renotcd, ihuruiinight u the fnumlly tKlMeen thu olllcerri on Ainuna- JUIetiMHMrlOM nwt AllnnlK- nioHtlillcii Hosios, Jan cueuing n Ilio jrnko out In tho drying loom ou tho fourth tloor m the Iirge brlek hiidding lu Cum- 'iridge, owned by llonghton A; To pub is'iers, and known as the Uivi rsido press iulOMCated. I ITALY AND JIKIl IIULEUS. Xotli spiritual nut! i n u cnrlouH IjONDON, Jun Homo diipulch nriys 'rof' Bocceh, of Home, nnd Or liruoe, ol .'urln, huve beensunimoned furconsultnliou u legurd to the condition of tho King. Tbe uft lovtor lobo of tho right lung i.s i ongest- d, thCiHholo right pleura nllc'clcd, and in- ensu intcruostiil neuiulgiu [nun ulleuts the abdomen. The ICmg It m peifect )OFSesslon of his tnuntnl Taeulliis Tbu Pope has asked the Curditiais whai. vill happen if. the Vatican and Quiriuu! >oth.bcconia vacant, The proposal lo hold ho next conclave elsuwlu-ru Hum in Homo strongly opposed hy Pecci I'ho schumo is prouioled by the Lltramnn- .11110 Cardinals. King pussuil u alily quiet (lay, his malady1: bus not en- en ti any now phuite, the KUig s gen :rul condilion is improved, II is declared hat tho reports us to the grimly ol his ill- less have been exaggerate I. ol Malau ItantlM. KouriiAsrriON, Moss, Jin. Hincky, of this town, onu of Ihu private lepoaitors who lust hy Ihe lobbery of the Norllianipion bankjhss jnsl rucorereil SC.OOO worth of bonds and Union Pacific iur cent gold bonds wilh two ye us' luler- sl, making their value A snori line ago the hank burglars plndge.l f vonh of the bent railroad bonds lor a loan Tho wat imong these Collateral robbers ulted tho money to pnyj ilio lawyers' fees ml other expense's ot, the trial The of the Union Pucillc cost llieli wnur In this lown to recover them KAUWOOO, Jun, 7. A disturbance oc- ciured to-day over the Hoincatiike mine, situated ncor Douuwqod city. Ollinger  t Burrows, tho Dccntur bankers, as bey gave no statement They bope creditors in full. They have tc liiTcJlod m tbe largest turuiluru isnufactory In Decatur, In exten- woolen mills, and a considerable amount in unproductive real estate. Kiw ORLKASS, Jan. The of Commerce pawed a retolutlon iinn the Bland Silver bill. Toe Cham- ber ot Commerce and Cotton Exchange) scud delrgatea to Waahlngton CPBTCD- HOD in la the PUtebarf ratolutloM. Jan. S. 1 :30 A. M. For tho Middle SUtdi, clear, followed by partly clcudy.- for the like regioa, cloudy, ooca- light or MOW, ITOMK ITBMM. Tbe Pttt't Weabloiloa lays Una Secretary ot the Trewuiy forwarded to Jo hi Jay and Lawreooe Turner each a draft fov fl.IQO, a> comptntttkm for an Kallon of the New York Ciwtom House. The will of John Q Joow, Uu praaUeBli of tue Chemical Bane. WM offend fur prtH bate to-day. Tbe balk ol the nuu to Twenlj dall beniiMlhtd to the. OrpeBii Hniae anrl Aijluia of tin FroeaUM Mioneweitopeev isnt that eioiae exalts aaeat lien iMIF KAST. OUhMt Bhe HoWn the Position ef Tlctor. im m' rmmtcirmcK of l Ttiv the Jan. M Pthnturg says that after her ImneMe -surlfloes, the right to dtscnk the. .conditions of pence with her enemy alone. Huwia, however, rccognlies the right ot Europe make known Ita ap- pneietion ot the pence scltlud Between the KeverthcleM un imponut note is to admit the pretensiqnn whMfe might mislead Ihe vanquished con- cerning tholr poaltlcn, and thu public opin- ion concern (he relations between the I'bwen. i BucUAKiutT, Jau, 7, Gcnural Uudutaky, who bna crowed the BulkaiiH ihrough pass, will probably not move yoiid oiehiuiHk, whom he can secure com- fortable quarters. Interruption of communi- cation across the Danube would arrest his onward march. Il Is reported that will probably convoke at Solhi a couferonco of Bujgarian nobles. NAIIKOU Quito a sensation was caused in a few days ago, tbe particulars of which have been kept from iho publlu by lliit newspapers and uiiilioritles of that nlnuc It apiiuars that u dnugliK r of gnu of Newark's mobt prominenl was fur months in correspondence with n. young nun named 1'uiilker, residing at Lincoln, Ahieh losullcd in an engiigement >f About ten days ago Faulkner ippearod in Newark, and sported about foi verat I telling Iho furrlly of 111- unonila Ihal ho had Just come In pndsr-H- .luu of a amounlmg to upwards of He1 was ijlllle lavish tn Ids liiindiiures, nnd look no pains lu conceal hu hid from bis iiinne.liiile friends t4iul hti liad cash in his ponsesxiou In nearly tlni amoiiur nbovo stated In fact, he suveral lues plneed from to In tho lands of his prospective fulliur-in-luw fur salu keeping while he niudu short Inps to leigltluntiui: towns. Upon Ids arrival in NeiMirk, I'liulkner sought Iho lady and urged m diale consiimuiation of Ilie murri. us she was nnl lundy und not nuke un.ingenienls for thu wedding nt once Piiulkner importuimlu in urging an mmcdtulu marriage, and Anally told her hu wns guing and ho would give her Just ight diys in makn up bur mind on Ihe sub L'ul, nnu If shu was not ready when he. lu- urned, Ihe eugsgemunl was to be declared olf, rVulkner accordingly left Newark, hut Mily weut Kast a distance, when ho ook nnoiher naiii and went up to Clnriigo runcllon, hul wbdu in that place be was Mounted upon by u couple of detectives "rom Illioloj, and nrrestid upon a chargo if lording checks upon four bunks in Lin o n, Illinois, to thu amount ot t'uuikner WAS taken back to Newark, il is utdcrstnod and thence to Illinois ap- >uurs that thu orlluurB were on bis Hack liov.'iiB m Newark, und gut wind of 'dft stopping uc Chicago Juncliun by Inter .epling u leiler which he wrule to the lady rum that point Thu vigorous puuip ng lulled tu elicit Ihe name of lliu wlio was almost wild with Joj uvcr bur mrro'v croupe, ai she was more than onou Iho point of to an imme Itaie inurituge. Win n ariesu'tl, Fuiilknur md upwiird of upou his person. Vunl Pini.AnKii'iiiA, fun lequest bin ul been madu by Iho Luhigh operators lo ijnall ihu Bonrd o( Cuutrol. It is undef- ined Ihal if a concession be nintie giviug he Lelilgb Vulley n perccnluge of 10 0 100 C tho entire product, an agreeable basis can jc ai lived at Heretofore tb- greatest ton- ugu allowed them was 10 00100 pur :cnt. The. dllfureuco between tbu lloliniml allowed by the now and It, abonl Ions Pucker and Wilbur, in conferouce thin nfternpon, fav- >red culling another meeting soon. If Ihe nuelmg, which it is now admitted in other will certainly be held no later than I'hui'sday, does uot puiisfy the Lehlgb eprchentiilivcs, Ibere will be no coinbi- laticm and In thai event there will >u a di'spurato fight between individual ipuiulnrK of Hie iiehlgb nnd Hohuylkill und the coal mining lorpArulious The plan of individual operntorH is ID )liice restncllons upon niurkel, und hh will be by co-optlratlou wlili hu miners, who, upon proper ice, xvill bhul doivn in ibe whole Anthracite region aud rumari )ut until ordered to again. An iidividunl operator said Ibis uflernoon that lotices iveru printed to ho issued us soon he combination should full through falling or a meeting uf Individual operators of thu Lebigb nnd Scbnylklll refiuns lo lake place at Munch Chunk before the -'5Hi nullar Kxplaalon. Lowell, Jun 7 boiler in Whilebeads Atberton's C'Hlon machine manufactory, exploded evening. The windows on me side of the mill nno blown oui, pieces 'f the boiler, weighing scvural hundred wunds, weru blown (oily, roils across the 'ivcr, striktQg a building. Other pieces irnke through the mill in various places. Work was KQiug on at the lime. workmen were proslralod by Iho shock, but >nly one was seriously hurt. ulled VOMI. The United mates dredge JIiiAllislei, luuvily laden with coal, which loft Tort Codes ou thu '.'d mil., Is luibsInK, and the unxlcty prevails concerning her. A ow boat went in search of her, but failed o find any trace of her. PoTTitvii.t'tc, Jan. alias Dark- ey Donnelly, a notorious Molly Maguiro, was sentenced to death. Dill morning; for Iho nunler of William lawyer, al Haven Run, n 1875. He made a speech declaring his Innocence. mollr lo llamar. t, Jan. 7 Hupremo 7ourl, lo-day, uolrmed ibe sentences of Jester, Tully, and McCuMklicw, tlia Molly ilsguircs wdo atu couderaaed lo death. thi ST. JouM, N. Jan! he coldest day ot tbo season. It was ,wenty degrees below zero in some parts of ;he Province, Patenoa, K. J., J. B, Tolufl, S? wms thrown from acarriago on Sun- day and killed. Tbo fly-wbccl of the Globe Rolling Mill U on Monday moraine, wobndlng llirw seriously. Two sons of Gilbert Horton, ot Relir- liotb, Mass., aged 0 and 11, art muslnr, are wippowd tn be drowned In a tMMrroir. i At Wyannis, Sadie Bkarp, eleven, ud HndtlM, aged flfleen, thToogb oa a pond on Hoodny, ud won) drowMd. block, at Niuboi, N. a, was tollsUty nigbl, s snrasid to Ura  lilllt boys, till :eaeln l In h t J un go un a -holt lime, we aia> gel lo I hi in sunn Tin- old In anai hi >t IIIHI sniiililei has (nino htick only ntensiihd wiili thu though) of ihu approach >f winter 1'be.n it incmit puwsing the Jong lays In ulliMiu s. Hi n is Inm-fiil to honest lien and minium; the need of icilig hiihy tu piep iru foi lliu winter's cold No maleiial lu innki- giiiinents niucll mtdud, notlliiMtid IOHI-W lliein, not a nee- 1IL- tu hold m ihu lingers tlmt would wll- mgly lull a pinny lo buy them no1 une pcnnv il it wuuld buv a ungdnni And us 1 urilu n nuriy nf UK n laud und lionet that Ihij ulll never tin Dllfle touts ol b> tiny rnpltaliht, that his nieUet will fei-l l. us well us tbeira But oftlv, let me iiiiint VIAI a liillc picluie, my nuthulN in lo I, und II }ou iiuulo im> capl dist's wifoin.luri- half ul 11, God pily lier, nd you lian juuriuv. n'e uinmer's htrilii' unie, ueio rarning iint kept us in Konil I.HI I in) eedle Itnuld nedtsiunally udd my onto lu ulp along. We I'spclid lint" n liulu trilncer wunlil lu nni nuinlii-r ai. lie of in, and d nlw lo ho pinpii.'d Ini I'lirouirh .lul.v 1 iniirded up Uu lilllu pillain we had An eunie, no vvuik, no imd money ;om Living on (li dit nnl nslt ul Un lorn Inlli ng, it Uie> d Ihu food Noilniu; but wait nnd hope I few gurnu tits must In, I nut of 0 evlru sheet, il nelgllliui in betler ciretlm- tulii es hiipphiln; tin" tlir, nil and needle Vnen nime a [line nl pnm nnd trial that Host mothers undei-tuinl w ilhoilt dencrib- ig it inj r  my only ut- IMldiinl A lulle lu moihlen mv lips, bllo nf hri ii'l with uiiler poured Vi i !l, was Hit- ntily Itiviuv ruuld ilf- But 1 wus I'kunUlill I WUH i-pun-d to bare llieir p iveriy, nnd my heart died to MI Charlii, Clmille, ny nfler diiv prijiinc a Itllle (orn i'1 il, ur potatoes nnd and t liisl nol even hsh lo M iihnn it. We lived hruugli il Hope hud iiguin come into my icurl Unit we sen brighter days, thai lie litllc ones would havn Rhocft aud Ihe hnple lionka they need litil here a, few i, who  oti miisl slop giving lit- lu ones hcakliy food or decct-.t clothing; must keep tin-in away from pchool ,'lierc was no reason why I should suffer vhitl I did lust hummer. .My husband was lo worli did nut expccl luxur- LS, wo would liavo had net ossuries What for? l''nr the sake ol gaining 10 per :eut one month and loving 11 Iho next, when here is no demand, aud now It is Ilio old lory over down and wail and Lnrve. Can nol find some pen IhuL vill, through our paper, the men good idvlcu no they will use judgment in their ihtdrlphm 3'imrj TlieMnyoi and Common Council were before the United SlaU'H net. (Juurl to-day for contempt in not t vyim; the litx ordered by tho Court. The aw will he continued unll) lo-niorrow. To day WHU the coldeutof the eoasou, the mercury ntnnd IIIK fourteen above Kero Ht tux o'clock tide morning At iCuluutbui, Ohio, both Ilousmof the Juncrul Asaemhly hfivu orguniKu.l WJm. H Huberts, of Nuw York, >n Alondtiy elected Pre. udcni of the Board of Aldermen. The Pnlldvllle, P.i bunk has closed Us loors. The directors are noiv uucettniiung Is coudiliouj Thu Tribuiui reporu ihat the export Irndo u American toys, which hcir.tn five or six fears ago. reached, a million dollars lutit four. The cold throughout the Hudson river ralley is intense. The mercury is from .hreo io leu decrees below The river B firmly closed. The Her. Samuel Longfellow, brolhcr of ,bc poet, waa welcomed lo ibe pusiorate of he lUniiurlan Church of the Saviour, at Goruaanlown, Pa on Sunday. Al Hartford. L Wslke-ly, Furbcr and Indicted oi-olDcurs of Iho Charier Oak Life Company, have given bonds In each for tlial In Marcb. The Now York llcmtft Charleston, 8.C.. tjccial reports Senator Butler as declaring iltuself opposed lo Ilu; repeal of III u Ru- tumptlon Act, bul uou-coinmittul on the Bland bill. The thermometer at Nashua, N. II.. is 34 degrees below zero; at Manchester. Mass., 27 degrees; >t Milfurd, 28 degrees; Si. fobtubury, Vl, UK degrees. Fort Fairllcid, tfaine,   tb' i coldeet waMbet of the aeaaon. Tbe Jan rirer f roan over BlcM It was twelve abore u auntee. rdur iaohee ot snow fall at COT- ngloa, AHetkaay 8oa4ajr, wkt> UM alDe-decnae below, The astw ofjthc Tatteos eltlea of Maai won JaatadM to- of tlw MiMlpiJ. BMUW, Cd. Vf on Acinn of MoQiUy N uitKUIyaOi II UOt have1 nn to set hardly on or Aiipply if i it-art j nit tnarkctnbl plothor uof clilrVens 1m bwn of mid 3 p for iht Ontt tim HOaiitm In UiTc Dm piti.  ticL of lU-r.tly IH a linjr iiru mrkt t wn ihiiik an Hint IIM brnn f C ulco pyrk m uliru rLpi 1x1 1 li -t u butur wul tffs H IM Uiu void prii'n of fivith Hml Midi prrMwWy IJM umi paid IUIU.T in HI... nJco rultn j acLvil Kilt Tho prniii t (H id il Suuii- Urim i unartclimniiK Ifftrli-y at KirikM> A i K takrt tn UintH hn ulivl hn-dii'. havr'.on Imml now tuiNlwlti, tin HliIpphtK to .Sen V rk lo lnj IlAV tll'f 1 It DIK WliPin ft Mluto ft V com rut ppr poutnl w I of bah 1 I.OUU- Ynrk Jn.ii J itniiv (or ml lUl.nt; uplunlx Jn Uujpnt' 1n t lf) 1 4 W unit Htftt coraiunn to wlutUo ulilto l om fjn.ni i.on mod I-) mod t S coutmun fu choim tMUit M t t>   COIIN N IH'. iVt hnnli. IN nmrk. i Mow.'r. ijuMn u i 1 11 U, I for o i fprlnjc, J >r Nu lift 1-. Milwaukee 1 .foi No l .V> n 1 -If; f KM., ilull hAiii i i tinwci.1 m i t Mi t.ushi ltl MI Jt M Inthti'lH, iKOt. S ui n i lor i In u l 'ih.nl ui i H for t- uuiiilaliit; Tor ]i rnnhiHl M.ti K, thill 1 I'-lit u Kl 1! -Hull nn I I iv I n ip'nh nti I ft U Mil rl for Ml' f'ir rut, priitJi ;i, Viw l i 1'OBk i) .Itiicli hit linn ni U'.f n it H HU nt I n M.Liu.fiii.it i Dullau.l U. 1 jnti. n h Kl Ijftt K 1 l.UUU-l nlr .1. niuii I hlw pro round l .'.nil w rtluli. HJI' I 5H IIUAI-J I'll on ti nk "I- I--H M Ml, hi in 1  i on 'i V r> l.Alin, In tinrroM an.l II. I-, b'ij. In ilia nlxl i lu jitillH i tJ 'r orn llife. T eo y urn IIAII.U'i ltKt'LUFli- rioiir I ftkl win nt IKhl IjilKllels m lutnli, IK II.IIH IlllKln !H rj" IiUAli. Is, untlrv itll) Imp KAILliOAIl hllll'MKN I'S-I lonr lull lit'nl !J il.nl ImhliflH. t nlH M 11WU biirtlu'lrt, biiley ft bun Vurlt stock uiul moittiy .Mnrkvl. New IOKX, JIAH 7 I'ilm.i inrnnnilli- pntn.r uil and nnmlnKl; niont-y HI 0 ppf l tie IIIIIK 4SV In rhort ('Ui.-ni lout li indu radrDA'l 1, ll'lH ItritriilAr, UK'ks M nniic hlKtii r, nut afu-i nr.1 n ri Action 1 ruilliKcUuilIt r I. Itui M.H k I.x, I'll, J.n'olc. .-j t. JJ l.jllouinu ru lliu cloMlnit U. tf 'ftl, ii-ir., mm I'L now 4n, n" r.'if UMK. no lrf  rH, KarKO A. Co lUfy A, Mrrrjiiu.u' I- r. .j! lirlo K.tlo. Mrel.a'l liarlmu Wclilmii ffuou  nil .litnuarj. i iluil a t iwi CO C'Uti) ntnl Ju l! at do (HC wry. Httrcli. n- owvr, inlxi'l rttbniary. OATH, KVK. JIV. firm ut 1'OKK. 1 fin Illirl ipilct nt II i' J.iun a illfhorial ciutii, 7.4i ithnmrj. Man li tui.u MIUTK ttiicliuip'id, KliouMi m J, ilhw Clour Hltll'H Dull oiiJ no iilnul nt 4.WJ, I.W bU-ad> ftt BBCEUTH Hour 41rtm uuIieU. corn biihtirle. 11 uuo rio barley w ourn fj.OJO hunl Imntielw 4 ffjQ biuliulk. ___ and I- uliou Jan. 7. Market unchcriifod; No 1 winter W, wlilw do doubln fxtra t'ouctinsl itri on quouiiomr woti'B ba-trcli. VnteAT, Xo I liard Dulutli club 1, 11; I club l M. No j MDIIV Mi; rod nut" 1.411: Mlilu) Ctitw, mud unclwbAwl; No Toledo mi M uufol   at Al'lLL FEEH-bhorU IT OOQiROO IH.ufi 019.00; nildiillnfffl 'M.VW "Auu tou UAlLEtOMJ Hour tn n Ut, to Vorlc Albany I.OOU bArmU Hurrnla CmiTIi nmrkwi, CiTTt-B-rtcctiipUi tu-lur buLcliom anil medium KradVt of btpprru i to llperti i a CMWH and UX) to icood wBatttni lliwp cortiuion Ada lUiwii KOOU u> prime, a.Wfei te O.n dull and tlocltntcie; 4 iBa'.'Kt, Itcftvy air to KOOd 4 cholro to extra U KLODR-Unll and unul afiflfwt opened uruwtUeil and ctive, but catlrcr; So 1 herd JJSfcjj .So 3 Oo A, do No Mllwiu..kf Ooim.jiull KTE, quiet; r; No u fturiuc tit ttt nour barrelii; K..OOO WHAT, dull lowar; No I vhlM n do I CM: Ao red W him n-jKUtdW: aaxdo  I .n. (h. h ,o lu l v 1'tli 1 t mi i-, Hi l H 1> 1' KS M'l1 1 i-iif MMU IL V M, ,tit. J MINI 1 i. I A M ni M iDl'lil Mi ,l I i i nit I t ih i IM i i i tin itF U. 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J.Mijjiift H of illf .SJIWMUM- In of OliolnlnKiiU uu t hUilM Ntw le, tlo huh ihu-Jny to Hur ot our i r Oij Ut hitxt umiil liiNtrumfttt in Hritmtf jjroTiMl mni nvittNiwi nn n of miU by 1 1 i to tn'fiTn ilm ntuA Hunxj K'tUt m hid ofllcc tu illy HI Dirt Mdil Ou ujdaKA, w Ymk, un tlxiittib dll> (if i JM-H. ill IU lit n wn n nod thtrv u> t' of KtUdHlll n under Ujc Unifl Aiu1 or offlj r of Hal'! ftt. thu or [i N lu muJ I'otmt) UiUTui   in tin- uf our til n'ljlil humlTt-J AWtl SUI'liKMK   Ir of onttmTOi of JutaiAry, h7-, lite unliM nbcr. H lor Uiil duly p rinu-'i. fti nnJ t uuid judfrmi nt aifrctm) will M-ll ftt imiilio Mt- tifMwr ni frriitt o( u f.iijn in tlmcityrif in counLV. -on FnJmU viO f'H, o Itx-lc A M of that ilttjr Um ntiM-w by HNld miirt JIWCK-O to and tit All UiALtnulLurptutti of Ihttd In ttmfl'> of un lot nutnlxtr twu t.ii'1 ona (SOI tit f-uli ttOD. iHJUntJcd fit luKM HL K 111 tlinrimi lino of ClxrftiuutNtrcte-l HU) ftuuth of Adniiu lift; BortJi witti hM (urtr UlHMt (4B) OuHlCft with l 1 NOTICES. BALE. HOUSK LOT M, IW (JlfrOBD I'rtco, O rricE OP ONO.VDAGA MMl AHTCD.   

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