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   Sunday Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1885, Syracuse, New York                               THE SUNDAY NO. SUNDAY MORX1XU. DTITIVHUV IV U SiAlMLMMLBAMi I it ia si? i'bll, J fur ivg uavy. stot Jir. sups ijfias a wrrtaua list? OJM rrtatulita- was a Ui-iuaas sv finuly uf lUr uavy wsU ts-au..-r. H uixb: Mr. V a i i Dplav-iu j Kssii -wl "f nwBn j It may be thai will be it Lliak. it t1 ___. but that is lu Ibe favor the uavy yard uur aittl all Kinds of wont, n ire. Uwit Eau .all tu'let HVK CKNTS i is m sr OKI' till WiU- Mm AT Major Byaa's of Mr. in t a for MiJCtt. I is. WhiW-j eaaiif-as for j j ue not osayiovi Viatber Hrf-i i is IfliT SH OF Mil >ouif Mm Think. r. Tkxl Mr. turut Wl'l Hnapp N >l id Uur OEJetr. Tbe uJitical stuatiun ii nuJ piitbru u wofS o{ ihij-e totbclowoa ua-iUrr ui-.ii vriih a t-uttvvnatiuu of IK they furragu or domestic, there Tins j Mui nn-J a in "M matter. It is known that Ufc uhbcwif to a loin are opposed to Uke Ibe rwvsuly coi. o :a o Uiil uaa witii a LUb bit w lay- ing di.tra llv- vf ouil for- Ki-t-t: n iilik- man umirr a iallt-r hat and his MVCT "WUo is Uint smminalnitvi'1-iiif1 m- qoirwl Mr. Ob.-rSv. "1 Ust is If. a I KOIIC ef JlH- uitn Vvu looking jvaruabst, and an o in vsid Sin: intro-Jurtion Mr. 1'aya folluwsJ. "Y-. u set-in to U.- a very lively tontsht at tuc >ir. Olnrly. 111 rji-ii to at the t-ml of tie corrMor." said Payu, with i Letwivn bis wunis; "they wt-rk of -any dcscnptjoii Tuey :uat :t is to pay bieher pricfes and'bnvutlx; work at home than to l.-t i: Ujtai. H is not improbebl? tluit wiM-a tbt> subject COOKS up ia thssnait ss it will lurniib an issue for the of IJSSi mate a Must-r. They doa'i. know j to rnu o! tfaev have to bank on is Evarts is an-j.'berisU.candi-fctft. 1 have always found tbat t'Ji-reulirition m politics is nbout as Kitfcfaciory at a time like this as. the? smell of a cork is io a conarmed towr. At til-- erul of the hall they are count- ing ou insubstacuaKty, as if n m-in of sense wten his house is on fire would stop to figure out how it i- by noting equals oue.: From now ca there are to be extraordi- iffyrts fa'. forth by the House eom- uiiriee on Hjvnroprialioits to avoid an extra of Congress. Chairman Randall says: that there will be 110 ex- tra -xsaon; 1 hope that there will not be. TS s-s-inn of Couaress would ______good many dungs. Ths most dreaded would be the tax it would impose upon tha ;iew President. Then there would be the rush of office seekers at the same time. Mr. Cleveland has intimated to the Democratic kfcders in the Hoose that he ?T Ti AH and tteita ,f this land. All I b- _...------- is more popular with the paople of Washington to-day than he vj are who fcai------- tops that the it b Uue, bui have, ou Uur osofer hand, been wholly in dirdctlou of aud have (uijawo quite sisal 33'i 12 T2E llai-J a backward nwtecunit In Mr. V. that Saperriior Irum Bur-rath ward would bnog to Uaodurd Uv foil Bln-nsth of what u known as Otkrr K: 4V..TV i 4 15 Ulut I'l- Hb.'h (tf He 3125 -KI- ia that the backbone- of the viulr-r tn bater efc-BU-ol" pany. th-U ArA bad aw back brukee OMfci? uj. I !o.ay atyiji.'-; the not properlv reaoguizs his friends-r those who hud stool by him in his ______ bim in his cara- _ and during his days of and ii adversity generally wers; foi-------- Tho comity pbilosopher pro- ceeded at some to show that Evarts could not be nominated, and Morton sure emUng by admitting that Mor.on's aitgvxi soajority was sti-1 hi a stale of Way nebulosity. Later in the eveainp, about the time tbe insiders of the Evarts camp became aware that Mr. klter of withdrawal was in 3Ir. Hen-iricUs's hands and on the point of be- ins rivtai to the press, Mr. Fayii h-id a touch of tbe scistii-aentitlity abrcad the political dudes. Tail sad ever gracicns "Haia- Fisb, jr., passed bv the door of tiio Slorton camp. "Good eveoiuar, Lou." he said to Mr. businees hcrvf5 replied 'Tll bet vou saia Fish, "thst Evarts will oe the nest Senator." 'Hasiv'-retumed Payn, ''I don't want to jnoncy.'' tbougiit tiut was the of Morton's canvass.-' said Rsh. Tbe encounter bad a crowd an3 Payn haj to put up or-be b'.uffv-d. The bet ivas taken, ondsj, thig mltiag the Fish, jr., finaucKS to be impioved-by bnlf a thousand. Paya was in fw-it, the news of tuc bet cot atout, John Wiley of Baffslo fcnrned to tiie Morton beadqunrters and "told Pave that he that Jlortoa would not be it was too late, as reformed on tiie business. George B1JR; landed in tha. Delavan Houss about 10 on Thursslay niRU-. Boding Evarts booai in a state of. inflatioa. He reached room "450 in abaut three'sirfcles. "V7hcn Ireaji the de-i- said lie, -Uiat Cornell baa goat to Albany. I said to the first; man 1 met Mint TWO things were now certain. One was that 3Iwton was beat, tiia other that Cor- nell was pcOitic-iliy deaiL" Mr. Cornell is now set down as caiet ot the Rapnbist'-'n liourbons. He niigat as well have stepped m froat of a Jo-.-otnoave to stop it to bav-s cume to Albany to head off tlie Evans movtmenL under full head way when ceamved bero, and all ex-tJaveniur JoaC is to -jet in the way- of it aad be crushed. Yet it, is onlv four'years ago that Mr. Crakhog es- savei the some fool-hordv trick Cornell has performed. Besides the Senstorstrp, the praient has settled the ex-Gov- ernor's ajnicrion for a torm. Tee -HinocnceiafBt, of Hiscocks with- dravral from coiitiaz was at once eoraip ia tw corridors it- seifoafC two four years ahead, to Uie efffci of Eviuriss election on firacralCarr-s prtspK-t tor the Governorship, itsrafl Jaace on Mr. Hifco-iis cSunoes for S-ai-Kor iul- wheu the loaves were cut, and the wine passed around. As ihe days of iir. Ar- thcA ofScial career at the White House draw a> a close, saatithent; is eaansrin-j. He is himself trne to those who tove served him, and is, as far as justice extends, rewarding those who, forpersonal reasons, dts rve reward. He is showing himself to of a soirit embracuig grati- tude and friendship. Itbasbecasaid hers that General Slo- cum has fears that President Cleveland will veto habit on the bills placing Fitzyohn Porter on the rolls of the army aad General Pleasonton oa the .re- tired list, and that the matter causes a little uneafincsK. "If Mr. Cleveland should wto these remarked a Democrat, "he wuuld a cood-sized distnrbanae on bis hands verv early in his administra- tion -The measures are party much as thf- national platform." ___ts in such diape to citeit of ready both as to their preeait and prolable future worth. There a very as- niflcaut unanimity of opinion alika aaioag and that Willis B. Burns bss already "fij-sl Uungs" to suit himself, and that nothing short of a miracle can prevent him from getting the nomination for Mayor, is the nun without a of said a man who prides himself upou the accuracy of his infonnatiou'on matters connected with local-politics. "I know what I am talking about, and I tell von the nomination is already in the hollow of Billy's hand. Wbethi-r be will close bis erasp on it and hold. It there is'an- otber qusstion. Tha party workers are his particular friends, and that n-tfatre everything. I know as a matter of fact that" the delegation from the Second ward has already been determined upon, and that it will be for him first, hist and all the time. The sanw, with a. sllghl tSa. is tr-P rf the Fourth ward. There is a posability that one or two men unfriendly to him represent this ward in the convention, but that is a matter of mere BoecoJaiion. There is e very decided element of, opposition to him there, but it has Its base of operations in quarters wherein there is an .equally de- cided lack of practical ideas as to the best manner of uianipulatiriz caucuses.- In the Sixth ward, it go-s almost'-without sayimji toe Burns men are all-potr erf and the delegation from the Seventh will not, as against him, unanhnondy in favor of any other candidate. I itfrom official sources that tnere is a positive determina- tion to-give him the MayoraJty nomina- wiJUef fciMiwiiit iifi'. for rein-cos him aop-Jt-rt Mr. RuWls only to be found in face that he b not bauyl in- Btove wilh the "worScers" and thai his Kf-Bfeof self-ro-pact wiU Ma frota leodlns himself to any scheme for the manipulation of wanl caueuse-i. "How do you regard Mr. Kit-selTs was asked Mayor Gyan. a misfts oat night teat ua> i n u a new tyine of la- j 'M' tiarrr All day tbe wind laiely ay Jrf wu. vteut O-ar-xf.. Ji-i M m ifcSj viUxc- i P. Assoi LSv- ii.vitir- it a j Jrtia the riv-j io wra ttV.u'. I'. iL a-i.l. -n z'siss the furjy sulks Luar. Kraar J ciK'il UK wii.4 ail a .y. ii'! was tbe one of tbe stronged xoen tbe U can pot in tbe field. conki beuo op- posiuon to hiai in bis Swn party, is winething which caaaot be saia of his competitors for nomination-" midanotlier fnUesaan, a Re- pubncan and an ardent supporter of Mr. white, "would in-iliy an excellent ctindi- date. He would OTOW with every hour of the canvass. He KB man thoroughly his views, and perfectly as to whether thcr coincide with those of others or not With all hismdepend- enc-s of opinion, however, he has a genial- ity of disposition awt an affuhiUry of msn- from Loundiug West their aod were to EBV to that for at Itast, they" would tco-cr this town wiiat coaM da The coajUnanon, froui iu own point   f.f f.f t _ __ _ X'ul. wherebv th-T iak- tittioirSves liable totae loss of" asci daniages arising therefrom. CHEAP OCIuJ-N" JiATES. Cattins tbe Price of Tickets to Ten SETT TOSH, Jan. tyfoai stean- ship lines to-diy c reduction in rates for steeraee to fcn JolLirs. resistaace, and c.jaiucvrjl j lil aa-1 cbaiaed in thfe H. A. Clarke and a of cards were fonu-l in Lis pocket. aaj which vras the na3i-> ihz lian Kr of Biack of on it. The cvnu> ia his yet reached. The j s has arL-.'ja from the i This is tie lowest pf. present -war of action of the conier-jnce coapr-sed of the Xorth Genoaa Lloyd, Erd isr, Kott-ir- dam, iTasj-valla and Florio siea-E- chip hnes in attempting- to pocket, which was VJcatjSod by a 2Qts-32e frotn as Uie one he aspd in the joii -Jiere. Tht; wore a z '..orbcs. BI3GSAKIOS. Jaa. iU-rre -.viis in- Small Snms T In Bill. Regarding the Tirer and reported to the House the Sew TTork delegation are dis- by him Jn the fieJo. He Icrts pUcr, skipping a year, aiuRenubScaa would not e. tonic ia laSS, just as it fees meEed to lake hiai now as its only hopo of reooveviae la disoaissing -toe bcarinc of tlie protect contest on aie nest Govcroorehip, it was Decenary to sneak low, lor caodidateJ were plcsrtifnl all about. There was the hero of uieideabsts of 1SS2 the Evans businessas a toy. f Georgo B. Sloan bad overheard this sort of talK he would oo doobt bavo thought how impo- lite it- was to speak ia whispers about the .present company. Mr. S'.oao grows to look more and more like a.Govemor.- He has colareed latcrallT in-the two or three years; is as cool-beaded as and more eass with himself politically Jmn he Iras ia 1679, when the yocap men ot at Warner ilillcrs solicr- tatirn. Dennis McCarthy wasanotocr oae in tbe Eyartsboat whowouM have dcdjed if anyone kad srtibernatonal 'vow bridge3 Cbnir- jnan Warren and Cnrlis diowcd no staasof sddrfe-td as Cksveroor in the promfeeiKfiJS -iise tJwt was in- The COT- dtdavs f or to be floatto? about Bichotd ali this week were so miiSffacf as So bo in the way of walters. Tallest and most frequent of all, Hamilton Fisu, jr., bowed rizbt and left and was pleased with evervthins, Frank HENKT IS X-ONDOIf. to toe Ancient" It imans. Jan. Henry George's meeting this afternoon in front :of the Roval exchange with Agitator Miller as chairman proved a success. It was orkiapmen confrontSmj tbe of Wnnflv yesterday "afternoon-by n. reporter whether be was a' can- didate. The reply England, tbe Mansion Souse and all the coantryle -wealth, but peaceable and deter- mined. In the" course of an impassioned speech Mr. Grorge said: "I have been al- fiaed Jo as a "tnibuteit foreigner.: but I iace Von as fallow citiz5us of this great federation of the people. I say you as iGracctos said to tbe Romans, call -yon masters of the world, yer you do own an. inch of lacd-1 the inseriptioa on thisBxiyal er- eartli is the .Lord's, and tnc "I am not connnaed. -'I do nos be put there and I have no the nomnia- OJ course, in pucSanc myself Urns frankly upon record, J am not raunindful of the kind spirit, actaat-in-f the men who have been using my name hi connection with ths iisyorally; tat my personal wishes take a direction eiactiy the reverse of theirs. To my mind, .the duties ibe ofSeeare larger "now, or' wiQbeTin a'sliort tune, than they ever were before. -TheTe- vised charter, if it -goes will open up broad and present- opport-onities for improvements -in-direc- tions altogether new. There is-notbin-r more certain than the fact tibafe'-lbe man would adequatelr anqnie" hnnself of ths responsibuiBes now-attBChing or Hkely soon to attach to the ippointed to a. mac. The claiins of the ijatrbors and rivers of the Elate have been placed four miniO3fi anight beramed into ________jppi. Wfll yon fisht tbe Mil r asked your of aJTewTork "RepreaEntatrve wo-ald be was ths reply. "We can do nothing against the combina- tion-1' :-'Tbe following are the figures for Tort State: Snffalo, York State: JJnuaio, -f channel. ISew Tort harbor, Canareie bay, Onarlolte, finding bar, (ireat Sodcs, Gowairas; bay. Greenport, Jjtde Sodns, 000: Saugcmes harbor, Ocdens- tzn tieir ears and There wasn't so much of ths'saow, ii seemed to be present in sreat Quantities, for the wind pilfid it "np into little drifts and sent it sfchnmins through the air as thoush it had an unlim- ited capacity. The KUOW. ia other words, was reaHy plaved for more than it was worth. The skating rinks and theatres manages. toMd their own in spite of the attractions ont-cf-doors and drew, in some fair and in other large audiences. Testerdav is reported by railroad men as one of UK most severe of any this season. The brakeineB on the freight trains suf- fered a greac deal from the cold, and were compelled to use extra precantions in run- ning on top of the cars, most of wuich had acoatmg of ice. Just 'ihis side of Oneida in tbe "morning wtuie a freisht train was EoiaK east on the Central road the "hij-h that the roof off and across two tracks "into" a 'field. The storm was tsrriac along the Hne of the Rome. Water- town OgdensDUTgh roed north of Rich- land. The snow and wind blew so that it was difficult to see but a few rods ahead. were severe! slignsaecidenis, it is re- ported from Watertown. The snow ploughs on the Wotertown Osdensbnrgh ordsed'oas all alongthe lice lor the fiist .lime tiiis season. .Most of the e-cpersenced much dinienlty fc keeping the telegraph wires in order. As a' consequence trains were run with extreme care, and on one lateral road, it is said, wiiaont telesraoh orders. Tte rales of the road as to maeting and passing points were observed to tha latter and no accidents are reported. Trains on all the roads were from a quarter of an hour.to twphofiiS late all day yesserJay. 'A. Gale's land at The storm yesterday morning was general thnjusbo-ifc the Stale aad there are reports of damsee at va- wind seemed te greatest -velocity tbe" enter ".tha that 5.5 captured. wai LroazcE h-ire abgur 11 o-el-ci. He ti.it his escape -S-ES iJ by oct w rale ;o-day is said to be paying passenger ?1.30 for bedoinsf uteaals. for provisioEs tJnnag: trip and for railroa-l rare from the European- seaport to inland destination. The opinion prevails that the prssant war a Ww-n. tiw ofScer thcHizIit he iittd k-clied him in his j cell, he was ooe. "Ween nis he was not in the cell a-id tiie upper stcrr K> ffcd tora. te out ironi uoder Uie cell teJ aisil fifd. itroaah main screer of ifi-i city. He tac 25t to ELcdra, wh-rfe he claims te cooid conceal him-i4li a; tlie faoosa of The opinion prevails tiiSE tne presant, war frienob. On the -era-.-back to trtll have the tendency to induce ce fn-i- the oSesrs lines to enter the conxerence, wiucn wili-i ssittongu he had result within a few weeks ia-iae xesamp-j cnnsin-r, acd toSd seTsral tioa of payio-j rates. rions pointa The reached1: its and Sew Jerstv sJiora, roga river. Hudson river. S20.COO; Sewton creek. The total of ths bin is COSGSESS. can be hope to -do bis- duty or fcatisfy ths expectations: of -the .peo- ple who -natnrally look to their chief execotive officer for the carryiEE out of such- improvements as may suggest themselvfis as practicable or necessary; My business is large and I cannot afford to neglect itas I a convicdon of my own duty and, 1 think, a tolerably correct estimate a? to what, the it diccwaatl-AlltheEnslishearth.Wanes] 'Be- tjeeraJTC JXTM tne lana- nil. to lie lordsmtlie pcerasre and the lords outof it I call oa yon to assert ToarjelfiS oirf to fight 'or your rigbls." Several persons were on tbe ptatf ona. A city officer said to a re- porter, "f lifa is the first eErarfan meeting held here ftiuc? the days of BurdettTV ilkes, and I don't like it." FJCKE AT OSlilDA. sides, if the nommaiion cmtne to me at alL should want it to come pleasantly and -dth this even am smvention. As I said before, 1 do not want the nomination and 1 would notJift a finger to get it. All tbatrl of my ricnds is tbat tbey wfll permit roe to con- H- Menn of Trov. bniufcawnp, liricht awl clsivalric, S3dnner. ex- Mr-. of aywicasr- OsEtriA, Jan. fire that occurred this morning originated m tha bose- menl of Henry F. Morse's hardware store in Marn.strcct, Jladiseo. The loss of Link Smith, is S203, no insnT- Mavor who has flrsi pilot of the Evarts boat so faras members of the Senator AssemMvirain Walter Howe, Asscmbrynian Walter a HulAcll; Seaator Linsinc, and no end of other eligible young men, liampM nim- Uy tu'-ftm, the otimders. Oao slim man "of roeUinjn height, full brown beard, tbongbt- fnl eyes, Msther tolkatiw: EOT reticent, ovJ always, songnt after murh for aayice, a frrqaent wiib ex-Mayor dncks ia Uteer's third-story cornsr where some of the CaesS of (he "J- teas Henry Morsels in- sured; Powcfl loss M.5DO. m- sured-C. G. W. Stoddarf, loss J2.500. ins Central Tank, loss insor- auce Mrs, Allen's loss is covered by Ricbardsmi, loss in- tie loss on the building ott-nfti by Mrs. H. F. Gkason of Sfracnse is and the insorance S3.OOO. W. E. Sortbrnp. cas-bjer of the bank, has issacd a cirrnlsr baok will open on Monday in tbe office formerly oc- cupied by U. Si. i.uox. wbo yooOiftil one sits down to ad vise wrtfc him, cnselfiA, yet quick to own ribts and their relation to rigbts of one particular, boomer was not gossipped abont in cor.TiECtion with the Lieateuani-Govenior- diip. He has the JTKht. talent for and a correct appreciation of theofSce and the duties of Bat I Stop with T. If I fnonld at- tempt to hint at a hundredth part of -what was said this wefk atwat the State- ticket for next fall, the Evarts boat woald be far on witn its trial trip before I could hsve done... Theodore Roowvett, who row, sovs-.tbat he IAS j-j-st now too ranch interest" on foot in the lands "W vaA Montana to "bother with politics. Tire !n OW, this afternoon (lie-larj-c waretousd m tbia city, caused Dentil of Krtltor BAWDIOBE, Jan. Mon- taeni Connelly, agea shcly-sevan years, editer of the Woodburr dted to- day. Mr, Connelly had at various tones been comKcied with the New York Sun and the Loaisville CovTirr-Jour- nol and with newsxpers in Jiemphis and Cincinnati. Eisson, G. Connelly, is editor of the Fniiadeipbia He was born in Wwhiogfcon, fa. Both and Wife Jan. Kelcbam and nSsirife.Sai-sh.'wereb-imw to death nt their boose fe. to- day, both and arm were bunted off. in bed irfth rtMoamti-ni when tbo nre could not help oinwelf. Hi. wife to poor oil a lickMd IMII fed apittt floor niite M The woman wm and were very aged. The practical without a of the -pa-abflitr to be tiba choice .1 "make of the "WASHncQTON, Jfan. Senate to- day considered the inter-State commercs bill. Mr. Wasan, sceakin-r against the pending amendmjatpronihUSa-r the charg- mzof fthisherratefor a short haul than "TOZ it wasthe SPOBT. Two Cockiug-Maiaa Held Tcsterday In This Slate. Jan- 17. One of the largest cocking-mains ever fougdt- in Western jSew York, the birds representing tbs sur- TWtmdiug villages of Buffalo, took place between 12 last aod o'clock raorning at a wayside inc not far from tji's About smysporriBg men from cltv and the viUagts asseni- bled at the secluded spot. The TTCT'II was final re- sult. Dnriae the figaang, it is safe to say. more than in oatsids bss hands. Tbe endsd in. farpr.pf tbe conatry boys and "tSe" fcrty7 re- turned home Tcez. was held early TVITS morning be- tween riiia ciry snd Saratoga, between birds representing Sew "Sork city and Sar- atoaa The stakes were f 150 a battle acd oa the mpia Sine spirited battles were foagat and XewTork wiiich the ciirioss crowd which Siied the car. will i S AEOCT AX OFFICE. YFho TT111 be of Ute> Biitrict of bia Vnder Gevelaii-i? an- 17. rasior started afresh here to-day that Adjntant- Geaeral Famsworth -srould etrtainly fas lie appointee of tie Presfleat-elsfct for the poadoa Msrsaai cf ot Columbia. Soae of Genera! Famsworth's frieads woalii dmy tie rcisorihis evening-. It WES learsed, rjat a well- known EetTipapsi- of isanap- plicaar'for tte'pcririon. and that, while ne will sol acci'-'eiy his dai235. he is be- ing -sigorotBlv iaVporied for the place by frieniis of jPresident-elecr Clsvelaid. CA3S IS A nt outer breakwater was danger m oar ttoe quiet pursuit 'of .iny profession and that they wiD faras in them lies, to doiheir duty to the party and o the citr indoddingnpon a candidate for Mavor. n "What do you think of Mr-Boieell in connection with the. nomination for  ver" ana over mtp the ditch fortunately the cars raantv. otharwise a terrible disastsr would As it was, the escape of of those on .train is considsrai many miraculous. Two- The Senate Jan. Mr. Wfllis of Kentucky reported and harbor Wll jsted ttat it bs TT_ blew here all tie morning-. Fences were blown down, fa-ess uprooted ana houses un- roofed. Tbe damage will amount to sev- eral thousand dollars. Tne velocity of ton wind in exposed places was thirty mUesBn hour. It is feared that ths storm has been the cause of disaster amoa? the small vas- sals on the Chesapeake. tae "West shore Koad. United States printed and reconnbitSBd. He said that) Trust corooany. through Stewart theHenneiHBcawilTMia had oeen put in by a majoritv of tie committee, the mi- nority dissentons. Mr. Brcdteoridge of Kentucky presented a report- On motion of Mr. of Louisiana tbe House went toto coannnitae of the whole Indian appTopriatSon KB. The first of UwTbUI o facilitate earlier adioarmoent and at P. H. Ac Soose adjourned. at proper vstaatioa ana wss tbe city cafcutated to meet not only furore demands. The fear that, if eJectjrt Jfayor, he would find it necessary to seni action otUiw land enters. Pa.; There are now fliirtv-lrwD idle roBteries in kfll gire employment to more than 12.000 "POTODS. The snspea- swss arc ss oor and most ofCtiie ms-w worfe provided for as maoy raimal men as possible. A great Huuganans who had been f jnported to do side work redncwl pries are among those thrown of wort, and they aie feaving as fast as Oey can get away Cor their naUTtr Isnd. To-oay shout fifty men, women aad children took their de- partnrefrotntjjraravillefortheoia couo- trr. The are also leaving in large nwn., .havs'b--gua an" action to foreclose tbe Srst on tbe "West Shore rail- road for This morninc- an order was from BarfleTt to a supplemental co-u.-nBint, brlagiag in all tbe lieners to ths nomber ot five or six hundred. by Broken Kail. ST. LOOS. Ma, Jan. 17.-5ear Mil-sine, this morning a paswog-w train on the TVabash roed, consistics of two engines and tbreecars, struck a broken r-Oland left, ibe wack, turning uu---ide down. Ka- Koislrt and his firetaan hurt Several pasengers were slightly in- ui ti Ibe dinsst is hravy. So Strite at Fall Hlver. FALL RIVER. Jan. tbe meeting to-oight, after an am -were tilled outright- and twelve senonsly" injured. jjais v odiers received sligat injuries i ns engine and caia were baaly -wreciea, Tha railroad officers sttribated acadsit ths breakfcg of ,ajSsng8 of one of i wheels of the A Boston -Attorney's Fix. Bosros, Jan. 17.- War ren this momingreported before tSeUaiteo District court-tbat J- McC. Perkins, an attomev, aashoj-- sinp of the alleged scandalous pabiication of the Boston fbk, attacking Jssdges Ixiw- ell aad Xeteai- Jtsjge Coll pnstjwaed the hearing on a question of .striking ontPer- kisss name from the rolls the pread- ineJudgf-ssboxildat. Perki-is attempled a baranfue, but tha Coon reiused to near him then. '_____ Good Sews F-rom Jan. War offic? nas received a despatch from Wolsetey that the Kabbabish tribes, forming the greater part of H Mahdfs forces snd herrto.ore looked Vl'ill .-.ot Anrtli'irr. T. Jan. held to- day berwiin Ex Cornell aad She ETsrta men former with a io secure lii withcrawni of both Evarts end 3iortO3 fcive resnlicd in tie re- f liiEvarts people to accids to the proposition. Tii2 cancss te open. Sir. Oevelsail ia Albaav. Presid-sat-elect Cleve- land. accompanied 07 General Fares-worth, rerurnsd frosi BuSalo last erasing and occe driven to his residence, where he spent to-day quietly. General FanK'.voryi said that, they had a very time wii le a: Slovementssf Ocjan Steuners. TORS, Jan. ArriTed: The Britannia from s. 6a3ed: The Adriatic for Liverpool, tha for Glasgow, the Hecia for Copea- hagen. the Slaia for Bremen, the Wsaaaaq for Antwerp and the for Jlotfer- daau '_ _ jTor Cash and One Price Only.. "We bave purchased ibe stoss of broSea size? of a large New eSos i -ffhica last week, coaitecm: cwlcly of pluaaes, 4olmans, circulars, etc, rad we wl'.l sell tSjsm at prices wlta IS Souta Saiiaa Jidv. Ihe Third To-morrow begins th3 thiri vreek of the -r goods aaii ioaks at Mr- Itisa cresi Tbe new to-asotrow b; a flae Bns ot and lots or new tie Middle -Tan. Ai JL For ticmlic States: .Centrally npoa as amoag his wanaoiitit tava snbmltteJ. The General doss not give the terms of tas sarreoder. Be Dsncbtcr. Jan. 17. Clayton of MiddSefleld. Oteego oountr. was to-day feond guilty of tacrderia tbe sec- ond df-gree in shooting his iafaot daughter in Austss last. H-s was sentenced to Au- burn prison for Hie. Drot-med Rer-telf In a Cistern. Jan. to-day Mri. Charles nendry drowned her- in a cistera. SSrewas yo-srog and had been recently mair-ed- It waippcsed thai jealousy was tfie caase. TitosTiHe Oil Market. TrrcSTiLLJ-, Pa., las. oil mar- ket ODewd at the hiEhest was tbe towesi 69Jf. aai tae dosiog colder, fair i ern fortioa 6y slight, rise in temperature, higher bar- omcter. KEFOBTERS' MEMORANDA. A branci of the Ts-Jisn Kigacs has been ra-eaniie I in Special servicc-s irill be held ia tbe Ward M. E.cfturoa Lewis of Fnraan_ street, DaafortS, his sevesiii binbdar witii a pany. "Whr Tempersas3 are Sot -Sa- f.ircjxl" b? tsis afternoon Garrei. S- Warner of Days fur -choyklll Hnven. of rejair shops at Baven have been closed-antil Jurtiwr orders. The roltas mill at tbe same place has abb st Congrefe fl J, 83 re ts; jw.ee -sated debate, it was voted to accept the re-Jnction uader protest, the eiecotive committee to caii another meeting any time witbin s month if circumstances war- rant it. ______' To Read Mr. Oration. BOSTON, Jan. Long has been reqaested by the Washioj-ton axmnnjenl comniiKee to read Mr. Winlh- rw's. the EOCIW OF PLEJlSt-KE. Tie Snmncr Corps will have a party in their has! Riaco wfil fumisii raaiic. Tbe Joilv Tweive of she Second will utT" a al Tutu, hail on February Sib. Several wti! be given. countT. o! Public Dtjcuasnw of to? As We are seiltar roster skates superior tc anytliiag fe tie nsarie; aqd a- icwec pncts. Kicffer V.'aishc, So: 37 S. cents, by Cuuaingiaata. Tbe mcraiJisr sasion fit tbe Empire rink wa? aitenaed by sbou: 2D9 people, ana at Use aad eveninic sessions' Jarre nurabfis -sers present. .lamiary Oho, sen 60O csirs'of 3anael S3 reaniar FKKSONAI. MisFaanrW is vfet- The request was made at the street. of Mr. iothrop. r_X.J. ing Mrs. F. XPc-si of Xo-SS _______ city French of'Xew. Fork, tiarted last 8001 mgus. for "W.ll-Ji teetiMr price S..I of Jacoby IKM.I Poitoffice I BOKOJ, Xew Tori- Mid R. M- Sresras i bant-as aad broS-" Tf. Xas. 1C. !1 13 HouaJ ana sell oti comintesioa cf ssdiriries socte, gram, ions aad pesroJeain. Orders ip York, Wasmn-ttoa, Scvr Haven aad .-hlcajt-o. Markets for or on tcsrjon bJf private wire direct. New York eosTejpoacents, Jrle-s-rs. Sjiidiaore, i Coaspsmy aiMI Henry ACom- WK-iffa rickets par.v. uK w-   

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