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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - January 9, 1890, Wellsville, New York                                 Cïrilîttg  eporter.  I  VOL. XLVIII.  WELLSVILLE, N.Y.. THURSDAY. JANUARY, 9 1890.  No. 2726  ñ  1  I  ri  I  ■  r.-k.  8Ï lEIIMPl  fhe Very Latest News Gatherfid Fresh From Uiiiarter.  NEW YORK LEGISLATUm.  THE SESSION OF 1890 CONVENES AT THE STATE CAPITOL.  Rfy, Hiiiit«»«! Chwwin Sp«aíípp oí íhe Am-Bf5rably—-Oruaniestlon reTfci-tod, » Num-lM®r or IMUn Sntríwín«etl andl a« Adjourn-laent Tak^n Till Next; »fonrtay Kvcalnjï. r^ctnorlal« «ntl Contoitßd S;îf>ctloiiii.  At.banv, jfu), r—tlifí IngÍKlftttiro of l^'O eonví'nrHl hrro ytfirTrrtiiy. The pfointc v ts cftllcil to order HÎiortly befor« noon by Lirn-ti-iiant Governor Jones, 'Hurty «f^nrtr >rn respondnd to thoir nnmes, Bîessra. McNau.^lj-ton rand Hbf^nn! boinR absont on (tecount of ßickn«'ss. Tlin fctmtor« wer« called to tlie r1»»<;lr in í'rmí« f>f fäiT o»Jh of rvflif-e  wns a'iininisU'rod.  Tho li(»nt<»nrjnf, ROTcmor we!comf>d the Fenati» tn a ¡(»tM'ithy îid«ii«-Nï% 'l'hu iiJ t^auiíA-tion <)f th'> Kí>iiute wa-î thon efTcct^-d by tbo í>íí»f<ti(iTi of tit»' oillcfn; noniinali^d by tb« Itiv publican ruH-us. Tbo lioutycnunt povornor nnnoinic'd tbo appoititinont of C. F. R. Co« as the prrsident'H cl«>rk. Tlip governor's V.-/ÎS tb^n rfH^^ivwl nnd re,'id. AH-r ' roadin«^ of tho nie^^ago was pon-rludi'il i'r. ;ett prt"Sont<>d notir; -. of  Janii«- (". ll if^fT.i, who conti'wti'd tho seat, of Hwnn.r iNiliitT^, ni'd (Jivir«'-' II. Tr.'ndwoll, who oontcstfd tho R€«at of ÌNort^jji Cliasf. 1 bo noticos wrr.i rnfürrod to tbo coiiiiuitUx) ou privileges and d'ctions.  Am,ili!; iSiiîiiill:; introduced '.Torr: liy .Mr. .Stadler—Il<>iini-i"fc the h-gnl rato of iut<'i<"-t fron» fi to 5 jier cent ; also |)rovid-ímí; that d'fils of trust, niortpapos and other li<MiP on reni pri:)[)'.>rty l>o doauef«d frojn tho ass(>s^f>d vahi" i>f real projierty and that, Biicb liiMis l).' assi.sscd ua jier.soaal property against tho bolder^.  15y .Mr. Haxton-—Thw Saxton brdlot reform IÚH; al. Ì hi,. i ¡¡pi pmi t ici.-,-. biii. By Mr. Linson—ballot reioriu bill. By Blr, Hrown—î'roviiîm:- f<.r feniFsl" in-«{»(M-'tor:, of iaftories.  Hy Mr. OH 'oniior -Amending tho charter t í líinLrbaiuioii.  TU' » antor-PrAvidiîur for tho New  Yor'; city nuuiicipal cuit!; also providing for an enurneradon of tlio inhabitiints of tbo Kr«'ito.  By Mr. Cha^e-Apjiropriatlnfj $2,i)18.(K)0to eoiäiplety tbo cnpit'd.  By Mr. Co^iKesimll-Appropriatiug $r>0,000 for tbo litica armory.  The annual report, of tho static treasurer waa rci-eiviKl. Adjourued mitil next Monday evening.  terrible explo^-iom.  A Kraplitlna Stm Blaw» ftp, î«\|TiFff»^  Ten Men.,  ï.îMA, f>. Jftti. 8,—On« of tho largest F.tllh of Uie naphtha wnrlfi o^pìoded. Th« r.hofk jihook ad tlip houpi^rt in tho TOutborB pnrt of U:-; city. A nuttjbin' of men who wrr« work in-î n-'înr Wfní mvercly burnii. Tho oil raucht rir.\ Tbo mm in othrr parts of ilio wssrUfi tbo and Ibowork of ro-  moi?in(î tho itijunrd wivrr« inmii'dititely rcia-m*»nm<l. Tbo iniur««1 arc;  Wrtxi.AM Cni.vKn, fonanaa, l.ad in  hr>afl and fn<»o inirripd.  I'KTKR l)i:risK, riß:ht, broken, badly  brnÌRnd and burned.  J. F. l>rtr:M,\N, faro and handi bunisd liftdly.  Waj.TKH Eva^r, Imrn«^! alwut tbo arm.q.  J. I(. CATK^n,. bi.irwM about, th«) tK>dy.  Ij. E. lÎKt.i.KU, HÜKhUy hnii«*d and biirnod.  CnART.eh Laüdkammf.r, î.î)rowu into a tank of water arwl nonrly drownwL  Wir,1,1AM Mtinrnv, nli^htly iinmod n^i-l br'ai'iod.  Jóitrí SrT,i.iVAN, bnrn.Ml about tbo body.  Frank VV'niTK.Kli«:bUy bruised nlwutarms and l>ody.  Tlie wounded aro receivin'î tho Wst enr.<. Tbo fire n .'i.H oxtingul-ihed without pcf 'at' ¡«aíj of properly.  SORROW IN (JMIÎMANY  at the death of the dowager empress augusta.  MRS. SOUTHWORTH DIES.  Tho Slnvor of Stf>phf>ii rptfn« Will Answer to No r.i«rt)ily f'onrt.  NKW VortK, Jaa. H, —MIS. i^iutbworih, too slayer of St' phen I'oltuH, th« wealthy l"! ooklynite, whom sbo aci-iiKíMl tif bavinfr betr.iyiMl her, died iii the Tombs pri.-jou at 0:1.') yesterday niorniuii.  She riird caluily an i {M'acefiilly.  dr.-í. mcoeo nnd t -)k-tu-ni>d atti nfiwl tbo mifortiinn.to womnn dming b'T iHne>4,\vbieli jiractie-illy co!iinieiic"rl upou tíio day that ubo coniniitted tho iniu'di'r. The coroner cjratited a permi' for tb"' rotno.-al ol' the Itody on tho íífreufíth of Dr. (."hetwooil's ccriüU ato, which .st.uted that de.tüi resul'ed from aiia-mia, heart failure and Roui-i al debilitv. Tho re-iiinihH wen- taken to Mr. \V. B, I^lai tin's i (lonco in Brooklyn. '1 be body v. ill bo en-case<i in a metallic lined caskot and t4>m-{»orarily lairied in Greenwood on Ti urwlay. In ibeoarly sprinii it will be taken to Ijoui.'i-villo and interred in tho family plot.  Mrs. .Marlin i.s enrireiy j)ruHtrai«d b}- her d.auííhtor'.-, death.-  mmcn In llrrlln RStnllar to Ttio-so  Inc III« »»«.ss»!«» «>f tlSB liftNir  Willlnm ï~-î*ro|înratlon«î fo^ roji-hrjüt-liip thn Kmppror'« Ilirthclay Al>an<li»n''i1. W^aatiífartíofi WJtïi Mr. «ÎIn.lHtono.  I^tNDON, Jan. 8,—Tho doath of tho Dowager Eiìipretii» Augusta. thcMiRh from Ih« îiaturo of her illness and conRidering ber fsd-■vane^d age, not unexpect'vl, ba« e^iiswl a profound feolin;:; of «orrow in BrrHn. Tbo nftock of influcnaa with which sho was %vi>.b tl;c, ntnK«t YlruI«rjoo. of the malady f^avo early indications of dovelopinfj int« pueuniouia, and rulminatfld in that disi»»»® df«spilo tbo Btroniioua ffforts of bor physician« to avert it.. Tbo wnnw in tbo ^trecta affi'r tbo nnnouncemont of bor doatb vividly rerallpfl tbow following tho dnmlso of her huKlmiHl, tbo lato Einporor William 1, and tbo ruvcrcntial denipanor of tlio crowd wbioh thronp; tbo vicinity of tb« palnco strongly Rugi^ost.'* a rent walof tho veneration in which the old nionarch'.s im niory ia held by nil Ccrinaiii rather than, a tributs to ttm on* juat dead irrenpootivo of her a^ísociation %v)th bini. In conse<|uenco of tho death of tho d'ovaj.;.-! ..!;.],,}i-t.,^ all (,f iJi,, pri'ptiraiifma which w{ re already makiuji foi »» Sn illiiuii, celelirat-ion of tbo birthday of ICrnperor William il on .Inn. 27 havo beiMi abandoned.  strrn3 cause a panic.  ITh^y lirlvf! T«  Ifor*»«« m Ttiefr I>f.»t1i on 1» fwrry Itoat, rn!T.».nrr MitA, Ja-.. A panb? t^ri  f,(i!i r,!r on {b'l < "'snidetj  ferry bo-ît. Columbia whili^ tb« vp.ít'I was mid^vay in îlu» l).>i.a".varo rivi r by a band of f'îe.-r"i attufkin^ a i'uo Ic.tü of  ta<-bfd to a rarriajv"! in wbioh W'to Mr.î. îîeu-  lab Caníir-id, Mi"» ÍJertrndo .l'r<>wrnn;T and MÍ"tI 'Wrijtbt. 'J bii te-iru he<"(níe unonnajt-''-nlil" and nenio a vwild ío e -e;M>o fronj  their tormontora.  A Iñrgn riunifmr of pawongor« wer« Ktand-ing ne-i^r tbo railing în tb» froni uf tho lioat a» tho infuriated aanníití dat¡hi»d forward.  Men, women and cìdldren tumblcil ovcT ono another in tbnir «»frori« to e<!cn{>o from the jwitb of tbo bors*s, who cl« bed tbtough tbo iron railings and pbmgod oTerlvoard nnd were drowned. Boterai jK'opIo were wverely brul%-d. Tbo Indie« in tho carrinfro »av«! ffc<»fr livffi by jampîTi^ ont boforo ife wcmt overlK>aril. The team and cnrrtag®. was valued at fî.iVMt.  During the uprf«r tho Kt-cen? that RMrtrd tho troul>lo ru'»hc<i into tho ladiiw' cabi»« and caus^fi eomo of tho Iniiie« to faint, nltbough no ono wjw Injuroil. It waa alrnoRt mv»nou-louii that many jwr.ions wcro not seri* usly hurt by the borsesor steers. The latter were from tbo Wo<?t nnd wore very wild.  mr. rice's suit.  11® Can  th®  Iln-po Ills Btocîc Hut Not Iiiforttiniioi) Ilo HceUa. ,%rcw VoiiK, Jan. ö.—Tb- huíe of (leorpo Rir o a¡^ain«t the Standard Oil tru' t tocom-IH'l tho trnstops to transfer to bim tlve{)f tbo  and th-occasi. Ml wiübtí alio wed to paw. with- , trur^t r.Ttificato', which he bought in tho  fijien market, and to allow him to obtain  itifli lit lllitllfOi.U.  Cllir.'.ao, Jan. .S.—-5irs. Luuisn Roitivero, ai^eít •'!'.> yeiirs. diiyl yester.d,ay frotu itultienzji, I with Comf)lie)U iotis of bl'onchil.i>i anil pl'Mi-ri-y. after throo dayn' jilue.ss. liiis is tho Fecond death from intluenza reported to tho health otllee  out .'•■[■eci'd re<-o;^mii(>n.  m«. 'îi.ahsto.m: a.hkkn to sreak otrr.  The r,ill Mall Onzefto in stoutly inveiphinp ns;aiii,r Mr. (iladstone'-i silenc.) in re|;ani to «p.icKtions of vital inteivst, to the Li!>eral party nr,lì; the cimn;ry v.iiieii nin-t breinne fiubjeets of parliaiiieriljiry c'Hisliieration itiim"(lia;ely uonn the v'assend.Uni» of tho bouse, and (iehires that, hi-« contiini"! ro-t (•• ■nee in the fare i'f tie- pojiiilai demand for nn exure-.-^ion of bi?i ooiiiions is proilucitii; a revolt, ini Lil>"ral ranks with rujl even the ex-pi'ernier can quell if he ¡ioe-, not iuniiu-diately take steps to that, end. Thi.-fi'dniji is especialiy true xvitii referc'iice to I'ar-Iiell, whu>e eoitiplicatiuii i with ('apt, O'Shea deinnnd that, hi.i relatior party, i-'n.ì;;..: shall" b  Bucb kuowlc.li'e of the tru,-;t'K (.(Taii's a.s a sliareholder i>; »nt itlíMl to, wos decidi-d by .iud^o O'Hrien in the oinr« nie court ye.ster-dny. The court orders tbat the HÍi,ireH b» íraiisferred to .Mr, li'co oii f>!o tro<<f'-! Ixi^ks-^ and tbat he 1m) paid tho dividends íliereon. The court holii.{ tbat it <vumot tuake anj- or-der in the pre-."nt action to cotnpel tli>< tru^t t.i f'ivo He-e fbe infnrmat'.on snu^^ht,  bur there is no doubt tbat as a pliarehnlder he will 1m. entilled te» it,.  The (l=.fense wn 1 tbnt Mr. tlic.»'-! obj- ct in acijnirini^ the stock was tobara- í and iiopr* b« tlie trn-et, an b" \!>,'n« dojni; by v;>rioas ^Ulls at la-.v. Jíiilgo O'Brien bráds o?b.rw.>.e. and to iho I Jberal wen» apnarent ly juaUtied by  rn oí ibüis-ue | d!:-.cxil,iit.iiLioit., at;airiHt. .Mr. Itice.  IN TIH5 ASSii:.-WBI.V.  The a.s=embly was called to order by Clerk (Unci;» • ' et 11 o'ckx-k. Tte oath of office was adnuii! .->rrii i ■ tho as~omblymon by fck'cretary of State Rica The election of a iipeaktr followed, («en. Hustod recoiving G'J votes and Mr. Shoetuin 52. (Jon. lluated was clcclari»! elected.  The speaker Mien (iolivered his addres.i of tlmnka for tbo Ijonor. Minor (jITlcers wero iippointiiii and tbo following r«,-5jo!u4ioii3 ndoptod :  By Mr. Curtiss—Th.at t^o mnendedruloa ba adopted.  By Mr. Peek—-Tbut the- «sual e<-vntr!\eti4 hn made for mail, et4>.  By Mr. Haxtxin—That tho various clergymen of thiii city be a.sked to act as chaplains.  'I'he governor's uiesbago %vas then receivetl and read.  ]>ilr. Page of Albany pre.sented ii memorial from WiUiain B. Lelloy, conto.sting tbo li'ourth Albany district seat held by Mr. Mcti ¡Ilice:  I'teports from tho dopartmont of public instruction and stata asylum for the bliaJ were  received,  Blr. Saundera of Roosselaer presented a rnonioriiil froni JumeH B. Rowley, contesting tho Third lleatisahier district BKit, hold by J. W. McKniKht.  'llie members then drov? for seats and sub-eequently tho house adjournod autil Mouday evening nest.  INDIANS AT WASHINGTON.  The CliU'ffl Arc Givan a IlenrinEr by tho ItiiUaii AiTair« Committeo.  WAsniN-GTON, Jan. 8.—The bou'^e commits tuo on Indian affairs beard the grievances of a largo number of Indians yest!»rday. Those who aiidre.ssed tbo committfs» wero Hollow Horn Bear of tba Standing Rwk ai^oncy, John Gras.-i of th« Choyomio aijeucy, and Little Chief of tho Pino Ridge agency. Hollow lb,rn Bear waB the first to eddres^ tho cnmmittw. Tio »aid ho camo j speak in favor of n bill that h®'.inderfitood wa.) pending. What bill it wtwha did Jiot know, but, afti'r cons-iderable questioning by tbo mem-ber-i of the commhtee it waa learne<i that ho wished to have the reconimendations umd©  Salng  Dexveh, Cel., Jan. 8,—Tho attorney general, on t>eheff of tho stato, has begtin suits against ex-State Treasurers Rathau 8. Culver, William C. Sandenj, Frederick Walsen,  GtHjrgo K. Swallow and Poter W. Broen, together with their boudsnrien, for the purjxMO of r<«overing money which, it ia alleged, th(SM) ofllcials received e^ intoreat on stato funds loaned diifereut banks, and v/hich they failed to account for to Iho etate. Tho amount sued for is not stated in tho complaint, but it ÌH Iwlieved thiìè the anwunt so recseivod by each treasurer during tho two year» term will nmch nearly $100,OC». Tho suite ara brought for m accounting and brings up tho question wbeiiier or noS tho ttato hi.t.3 Q nght to denmnd tiis return of ths  by tho secretary of the interior in hia annual repon carried out.  John (ir;ií4s spoko ne.tt. Ho said that ho carao to a-sk the committee to hc^» that th® provisions made by tho Sioux conmn'-ision and accepted by the Indiims wero houesily carrii-d out, When asked if ho had reaiion to doubt that thi3 would l>e done, ho replifvl that ho had been fooled one« lUid did not wLsh to bo foolad again.  He also wante<i tl>o govenimotit t.i pay them for 8,800 ponies which ha c'.unvd bnd bocu run off by Gi-Mi. Torry, valu»M at §40 apiece. He wae askt^d v»hat ho Uiought of tha aliutnient of londi ira Beveralty to tha lu-dians. Ho said that ho wa« not able to reply to this qne.«5tion as it carao "too quick." Bo-fore ho was done, however, ho eaid that tho Indians wanted to bo «lucated and to becomo self-supporting. When askwl how long thi.q would tako he s.aid that ho thought about fifteen years. .  In reirard to s(»tiools ho said that ha did not favor Ea.stern w-hooLs for Indians, but wanted school;; on their reservations.  I.ittle Chinf no5t addrossetl tho committeo. He wistied to bo allowed to leave the re.-»rva-tinn at Pina Ritlge and to take a fow of hia people and move to Tongua river. But by so doing ho did not want to lose any money that would result from his BÍgning tho lata Sious treaty.  THE INCREASED DEATH RATE  In Nevr York During  Probably Vao to InfluenEs.  New Yoke, Jan. a—Tho board of health mot y«t4»rday for tho firoi timo hìuc^ì tho influenza made its appearaiK» in this city. President Wilson, who has Ixion ill with tlio grip for a fortnight, was abla to preaido, buè had nc^ fully recovered hia beaSth. The sub-^ct of the iuflueoea waa not touchcd up<si at tho meeting, but I>r. Roger 8. Trocsy, the  : iiti. d by the iea,der of The Lil«.ra!rt, since i! IS the tiiat a ijuest ion atrectinf^  fiii ¡ainnri-ií-ís' of i^Tr. "i'rirncil's l..iir!i.<H.:iiip ot tie' .\.'it;onal party ha.'-! Ife. ti raise<l by lüaiiy ni that |centU uinn';-, iollovvcv.*.  J'ctlTrCiAI. ON TlIK DKyi-.NHJV'K.  Th" I'lifis Debiit-^ is (l"t)tty li • I'lTi.,.»  Ml till ir ilwput^-s with Ivirl.'ind nnd ii foreru's*. in ^ivin;; counsel lo the Lisbon government which, if followed, will iucvit-ntily lead to tiio completo discomüturo of King Carlos and his ministers. It may bo uothin;; moro than a mero coincidenee, but it is cf-rrajuly Hj};nilicant that many of the meauH of defense \vh«ie applicatiou to tho Tiigu,; br.vi' been i.ugpcRtcd by t'Lie I)ebal;; havu bet-u [lut into rwjuistuon by.tbo I'ortu-guc> s HO that the wot<'r leading to Lisbon teems with torjx'dot«} and hidden obstacles to navigation, tho government meanwhilo indultnii.kj in «peeious arguments and futile protesi.-! again.st England's ultimatum, ni>-parentiy with the Koio object of gaining tima in i^hieh tj) iwrfect itii dofeusive prepara-  tiui'S.  iiv.N-iiAVAN- i:Mr(.\TirH cnuucinu^  The i:;irl ot Dunraven hna foliuwoil tlwi 1 I ' Í' J^/nl Uaudolph Chan-hill aud an-i-.oiii.r " i himself uutipiivocally in favor of i.:¡ licur law.  AN" ANTI-SI.AVKHY KTrpniTION.  Ti,e ,\ut,!-K!avcry .wcietyoí Belgium ia pri íí".í-í:¡í; to send an ex|><!<iition to tiie Upjmr Ci'-;i.i:o,'.lici-oU.-a ag.'iinst the traine i'ri sl'a'ves in liiiir region. Tho ctmniry seiectod for thoir operatlon.s is tbat in which tbo trmlo in human ebattíjla i« under tho ozeuisivo control of tiw> Wiley and redoubtabio TipjKX) Tibb (iud it remains to to whatextont  Mjo exi^RHiitfou will bo able Ia) obtain hia co-oixiration without which the ventviro would com to Iw a fruitless if not a dangerous undertaking.  Tne North German Gazetto ha^i embarked in .1 cru-s,-uio against (icrmun truat«, which it declare.H aro inimical to the woliaro and progresa of tho country.  Tlio reciint change m tiie Ja{>ancsie ministry b contx>dt*l to b»« in evory ixispix-t favorable to t;,o exjionsion of fieiinnn iiiKluence in  Japan,  Tho lafast not® sent by Lord Bali^ibury to tht« PortuguiinR n»inLsfc«r oí foreign affairs re-quested Portugal to immediately ord«<r her ngent» in Southeast Afric.-. to ptit a ntop at ouco to acts similar to thuas attributed to Sos jia Puito, and kitim.ated that their con-tlnuanco would jeopardizo friendly diplomatic discus-siona on the questions at issue. It is stated tbat orders have bean Ecnt to thu war ships at Gibraltar xvith eájwial lofer-eacG to PortugoJ.  Bonnie  Ftnniinr'i J\t (;itt<i»»il»<>irg,  f-f'TTFNiuritu, .tfin, H- — {'irst rn-rt-" day, sellincc, ' ( mile,: (.'rispin lirst. T.n's-eeond, Flacelbird: time. 1:1S5  Second r.ice, mile; Dr. Jekyll fir'-t, Lit-  P-rsistently, and rvi- =  , :m ihoV^ftu. ^co. f.t^ furlong.: Australitz first,  i-'oisom Kccond, Mjilerton third; time.  Fourth race, tho Assembly baiidieap, 1' mile^: Frank Ward ilrst, 8ho sectvnd, Philip D niinl; time.  Fifth race. milo: Onward first, Bradford second, Hearst third.; firne, 1:0:!  SixtiM'""' ■ :)'■■ »v'. Equal  ity «.v-iv! . ■ . - bird: time, 1 •::!,■  CONiIR,l-SS RI':(:O.NVKNES.  THE LAW MAKERS ASSEMBLE AFTER THÍ: HOLIDAY RECESS,  Mr. Morcan» Malr^p« nf» In  <if Ib" l'Io»fq;r;»<Jon of St»« jgrnr«« t« Afrl«^»—»t«» ^«tyü th« ittir#. F#i«'l-ÎS î»ît4«-* In North Wiaii  Ii» lim Sowth.  W*juîir-î«T()?r, Jan. H.—Tn th« mnat« jm-tíTilay after tbo inlrrKluction a IÎ d rrÏK 'o of ííwveral bilh ftwl résolution«, Mr. I^forgaü of Alabama «pok» at great length otj tho bill of Senator Butler to provide for «migration of colored }>«>plo from tho Boutbern «tatos. He PS pre»-««! himself ia fayor of voluntary «migration of tha colorwl i>eopte'ffom'th« South, having riwiched th« conrluRÌoh that Uiero was a natural incongruity and an Irro-prwúbk conflict bet\*c«n tho rm:m which  THE FmsT RT,ATE ümmñ  Of  Nf»w A(a»nltiî,«tr«t!«n—Il«)»ntîf^ llfrwraí!»««} l^ifB« Att^mrt»»««, ■^V^Aì'-ìtr.'oTót?. J.'sin. "i'feo fìr:t »tat« dîaw rsfíT of th-'pr>"î«nt aflnuni'xtristäori wn» glv®» «t î.ho PSt-f'ïît.ivo manaioa lart night, l'È» dhiuí-r wiïî f,-,ivt n ju honor o? îhri v}<>» pr<i»î-d"îît iRnd îhe lurtruU-m «jif tb« TTIb»  floral dr-conTions in tîsfl dinîng room wer« superb. rot'4"d plaint« and Howrera of fnvstrf «î'-îTiptii!!» adornrri tho window fitîîs joanr.-l pi.^í'^A«!, atnon^ tba flor«}  dces;rnlioti!5 A birge fí'n-aí shield osmtaia-ing forty ! wo «tara, re pr»*?«^ s tin g tho prmmt numb r < f ^tnt<p/i in iba Union. Tb« fnll lî!ind. îMKlftr fi;« ib'r">~fior¡ of Vrofl^ «or Sotmft, wm ir» attend«»«», ■ and at fumlKhwl delightful moric for tha  Kiir ■ > ■  New Yoi'.k, Jan. 8.—Isaac . eniinnsky, an BRtHl Polish Hebrew, was murdered yesi,iir-day in tho yard of the lenement H lOiiwibeth streikt by Frank Boccob and moverai other Italian tenants of the house, who knocked tho old man ilomi and beat him nu*il he was insensible. HímBíhI whilo beinu' taimen to a hospital. S'-iiilanr,uy was lr.nJlo..l of th.. tí'nement and bad a<-.:us'xl Bu<vob of dam-aj^ing tho property. A quarrel ciisuíhI, and Boccoli knocktsl tho old man down. Tho other Italians tl>en join«! BfK'coh in l((.'ating and kicking Schilansky, Tho |k)1ìco havo orrtóttKi B<M-Cí)hjind throe of bis companions.  nt>thing could cur« except thoir iliml ««pars-tion. The i»>i,uiii'of tlw íít'gíi. to Afrie»  was tho Altai and only «hition of the pro!:»" lem. It wan undeniablo that tbo aversion betw«»en tbo races had prontly lni'r<»n»HÎ the abolition of slavery, nnd it would inerendo Fo long m a largo proportion of tbo population wan of African raoo.  Thit feeling wa-» not intenso in th® Scratta as iii the Ni,i! lb. It not »o strong be  tween the ne<jro and bis f<irnier nia.t;ter» a.s it wn« ÎK'twmni tbo negro and those who had is-ver ow'fied h!avf;t. Ho nuíiüíailied «bîil Africa wns tk" natunil bon;.' of tho líej^ro, and (luotiii}' il'.o ilesenption of liie Congo basin from Henry M. Stanley, <'oiiclnd(»d thnt that wonl i l)o the In-st location for tho American iH';.trtH'H, a.-ï I,)}' their eíforts civilization wt)uld bo moro r.ipidly promoted in Afrieatbasï thrc.u',^h anv etîurtiîof the wbifeçi.  5ír. TM.iintaiiieil tbat Central  Africa ,< ein. .1 ;;ii(d tor the Juturecon-quetits ul' «',vib .jt on. and complimeiited tho I ffo! t.-i of 1 b" King ot üelgium in that direction.  Mr. .Mor re.n cnncbide<l bis sp'sch at 1». ns. 's i: • iben wi-ut into süf.ret <wm  Moll aii'i at 'i: to adjourned,.  !iiH'.sr, i'itfH',Ei:i)iN*(;r?.  Tli" friiture in the hnu'-e procwdiilg;; t'.ie dt'bate u!) Mr. ,Mc<,'onins' ni!,«!ion to take U1» an afiproinatinn bdl under the rules of tie- l:ist hoU'-e. The motion prevailed.  A re-;olutioii was ndopted, jiroviding for tilt-uppointnieni ot i wo u-liiitional íuem'íM,'rrt of the cumiuittee on cumnierce.  The i:p?al:- r sfit.*' i th-ií, in aeecTniancc v.ith nut hon! y. ve 4cd ia iiim 31onday, be h.-silad-niinì-tered. tli','oait] nf < fìles,* to Hauniíl J, llninl.-tll.  Several bilLs and rc,s<ihiti<.ins wero intro-dTie9"d and referre i, f. bm ^ìr. McComn«!  ibut ih" buusc iiii.i < . tli'hutl,;;.; the whole on lue Di-iricr, of Coiumbi.aap-pro['riatinu bill ìh^. ,",)iuioiltefj tu ptoe.K-d-uuder the rub s of the last liou'^e.  Mr. Bre''l-;f nndre of Iv-^ntueky rnlsed tho question of considérât ion, vvhieh the sfwaker ilecided was (Hit of order, because th(> rtwolu-tion was in the nature of a motion regulatiiig tho business of the house.  Mr. BrêckenruiK" appeal«*! from the do-.•;-!.,'!! and yiei.h",l lo Mr. Carlislo, who at-lack"d the sj-x-aker's ruling. Ho soverely cri . hI lile house for it-> failure to adopt i-ule,.  Mr. Crisp oí (.!■)! ¡Il sup* rirt.'d Mr. CsT-lisle's argument in a long sjHsH'h.  Mr. McKinley of Ohio .said the committea on rules would refxirt a code of rules within a reasonable time, ai. l tbo o. ly question v whether, while awaiting that report, public business was to Imi suspenii" i.  The deci'-iou of th.o !,i>e.iker w^m finally sustjiintd—-in,"! to 121.  Ad journcHl.  Covers wer« laid for thirty-six, and tho president and Mm Harrison tter® w«r®  the Bocretary of »tat«; th® R#cretaryof tha tr«a»ary and Mn*. Wlodotn, th» »«T«tary df war; th© afUirney general ®nd Mra Milkr;,.,, tha iM»toîii«f,«r general nnd Mr». Watmiiiia&iir;'-' tbo wrret,!iryof tho «««-y ' «wl Mr». Tracy; " th® secretary of ti» intí'rior «n<,l Mr». NoM»« th« Becretary of agriculHw® and Mrs. Kosk; tim spei«k«r of tim hamm wjd Mm H«edi; G«n. Bchofield, Bcnator mé Mrs. Sherman, b'«nator and Mra. Cocksreîl, 8«imtor tmà Mrs. Halo, Hon. J. a Carlitlo and Mm  Carlisle, Hon, CornsUtï« K, BllsS Md Mm.....  Illisn, Mr. liunuolla, Mrs. Mrs. '  1er, Ml-». Heu,ry O. Da^ie«, Mr.^. BîcKlee.  A World's Fair Hill.  WSieiliNCiXON, Jan, 8.—Senotor Ii\iulkiu»r of West Virginia introduced a bill to próvida for a threo AmcriraH -and mrld's esfxy-BÌtioa 6t the national capital In .IHW. It ia similar in all its provisions to tho ball recently introduced by Senator Gornmii, escept that instead of providing for tho issuing of $15,-0{M),(XW in district bonds to provide an esi>o-Eition fund it con taina tiio following section: «^That tho Bum of 815,(HX),(KW out of any monoy in tho treasury not otherwLsj provili-€d or «3-iiiuch as may tei ueoaasary, ba appropriated for carrying out the objsct of this set." Tbo bill will te introduc»Ì in tbo housa by Mr. Wilson of West Virginia.  Shot a Mmn IHBtead of a Oog.  BROOTCLYiJ, Jan. 8.—Ueut. William Spicer and Robert Benson, tlio 15 year-o}d son of Lfout. Bensou, kft tho ut»vy yard last oven-ihgaruied #ith uiuskela to shoot somo'dbgs that prowl nightly around tho barracks. , . Jait.myoixus.Hifflf^ajtt  Spicer heedlessly, steppisd in range, and as Benson llred tlio ball entered SpKvr's breast, Tho wciuitled man woii taken u> tho naval kospiul whuro tho ball v^'os extracted. Tha wound is uut considered serioua'  killed by au Kloctrlo Wire.  St. Louia. Jan. 8. - As a street ear on Fourth stro.,t was bowling along at a rapid rate of speed, tlio two horse.s ran against a broken electric light wui- which hung liko m loop acroiis tha titreei. Tho iihock killeil both .. '-ii-ci-'d thodriver,^  "Tho sudden and marked increase in th© number of dcat&3 la apimrently d«io to an epidemic lotlueaza, for it ia not coiiflnod to any one portion of tbo city, and ia chi^y du« to acuteinflaniiiwattoa of the ©rgaaa  and thosa ottor «gam wbkds are moat apt to to luafavombly afl^rtod in aUcb cases, viz.: Tbo l^rt aad tiiQ kidBsys.  Although tb® mortality from pnsatuooia  has bc©n pretty weU diatribut*^, to incrœia has bean marked in the wesfcarly wards, lyiEg north of Fourteenth Btrost Hi® increase of deaths is to a estent araosg psrsc  cwèr 2r>.ycai-s of ago, thoro having b«jn out of the tot.ll incrtwo oî 440. Î153 over that ago, and only 87 uiiKler, although mo«-« than half tbo population is under 25 years of 030."  Wttotod THein to Eial^ratSb London, Jan. a—At tha trial of Arthur NewU)u, Frederick Taitorson and Adolphua Do Gala in th© Bow strict polioo, court y^ terday, in connection with the West End scandal,, an es-pcwtal  mony against Nowton and Veck, Nowton tried to induco him to go to Australia, say-ingjis know a man who would give him  (imirni) £20 <lov7n and £1 a week for thrwa yearn, aiui wo«ld &\m imy tb® isaroa aum to each of th© other . rdtiiciiwa - Wright, Owlua-coa and Barber—if tboy wouM all emigrate logetber.  tJUtis Oot>3 witli the XiffaKuc.  Ci.EVKl.A.M), Juu. S.—Bill) Galk!^, Clnvo-land's great all-round Ixill player, biLS sicniNi a leaj^uo contract for threo yeans. When B«ked why ho did no, Gilte r..aid: "Borau-,43 I am satistle«! that every ono of tho brotherhood men who can do so will return to tbo league inside of threo month«. I studied tho situation long and earnwtly. and my final conclusion was tliat my wisest courf« would bo to stand by the {Kvople who made baseball wliat it is." Cfilks is tho fourtli meniVHjr of Ifist aea-sou's team U.> sign with tho league.  BIÌsb Kllxabeth l)rr*el ."dariicj.  PiuLaueli'IUa, Jan. K. —Mii-a Elizalieth L. Drexel, eldest daughter of tlia late Franci.s A. Drc'xol, was miirriixl yesterday to Walter g. Smith, a lawyer of this city. Archbishop Ryan parfornwd at St. Dom-  inick'a church, Holrnesburg. assistini liy a distingirished body of prelates. There wero no hndc-insaids, A brilliant comptmy of gtiasts attended. Mrs. Smith i.n ono of the wealthiest ladies in America, and is a sistor of Mi.ss Kato Droxel, who recently entered a convent at Pittsburg,  ■Neur«»*» AccBsetl of Slnrder.  C'jLbMHiA, S. C,, Jan. 8.-—Tho munlor of J. S. Brown, ú wiiit<' i)lant4>r, n< ar Midway, Barnwell county, on- Dee. allege«! to  havo }>H>n one prime cause of tho r<>ccnt butchery of eight negrws coufiiuMi i,k tho Barnwell jail, YefiUjrday four negroes, charged %vuh l>eiiH; imi-'liciitt»*! in tho murder of Brown. Stowart, the- actual murdoror making his cíícapo, wero brought. bi>foro tho supremo court hero under habeas «trpus proceedings for admission to bail. Uill Walker aw! (Tiarles Jones ivcro admitte<i to bail. Louis River and He7,<>kinííi Abel, two other men d(H>ply iaiplicated, wero re<pnred to furnish $1.0!)0 bail. The rie.eroes %vero escorted back tx) Barnwell last night.  omr-^  "Washinoto?.', Jan. 8 —An evening laijsET eays: "Tho Cliioagoana who aro boro ondeav-oring to securo for their city the great es-position of 18iW hiive c-orùiiìoiicéd to' offér inducemonta t<> Washington to lot go of tho ■tl!o -wfirid^ 'fitif-idtta" in-finiiw of" ehic^go:: Tho pian as formiilatod by tho visitors from tbo lake side is to havo cougretis appropriato $4,000,000 or lul.tWl.OiX) for a great momorial hall (suitablo for largo gatlieringa of a na-tional character, such as inaugurai balls) to te erecU'd in Uiis city. Tho building is to he, acoordinir, to this schenw?, conuneiici«.! in 1s!>2 and tho laying of ito corner stona ia to te made a great 'cxxuisiou by an iminon.so celobriitAon of tlie quadro-cenUnuiiak ITio ospiwition it:k,-li iii then to Im* hehi in Chicago in ISiKi. That's hov/ tho affair ìj lìiiod to-  ' A«® - ^ . - > • , . M W . ^  Burlai aS th& l^ttì Uttips^ u? Bs--^!.  LiflBOH, Jmi. 7.—The body ef tbo lato emr of BrosU arrived hero by rail from Oporto yeatorday, aax)aipaaiod by Dom and ^s ro^ family of BraziL ELing Carlos and suit® received the imwral partyi at ttxa station and ropressntaWvea ®f tha ©m-perora of Germany and Austria, aud the queen regent of Bpaiu and tha pai>al uuocio rof^:tbt» c<jrteg0 at the cuthadraL Tha deaa of tho archdiw^a proaouucai alwolution, affi'r which tlw titemt«« o£ th« imperiai family foUowod tbo l>o<iy to tto vault, wboro Hie remainder of tl® eervi(» woa pa-formiMi  Ko for tlio I^W.  New Youk, Jan. a—Business in tha supremo court is imfMHio<i by tho grip. Ju.Mlico Lawrence ia laid vip, and Justice Smith, who came from Elmirji to help tiio city judges out, Ku<x"umb6<i to tlio illneis after sitting one day. Judge I^arremoni of the comtwm ploas and Clerk Minor of tho sujwrior court  terday b^iausa four doctoro callcd a£5 v?it-n^EMS wore so crowded with influenza i>a-tionta that tho court escusod them.  New OrleaiM llsscc^ New Ont.eash, Jan. .8.—Weather doudy and warm yesterday; trm-k g'XKl.  First race, sfilling, 6 furlongs': Di.ihmo first, Probiii) scoond, Cora L. third, time, 1:10^;.  Second riice, furlongs: Lida L. first, Marchburn second, l,^chiol third; time, ,1  Third, raCo, 5 furioug»: Sheridan flrsit Bootjack second, Littls litis.^ third; time,  l-M'H-  Fourth raixi,; hiiadlciip, J ft mile: Bertha nr.it, Nova C. B»c«ad. Buckle  An OIilo floprvsoutatl-tr« liylng;.  C.nt.vMm'H/o ,-Ion, a-~-Hou. Frank W, Knapp, tho reprcsootatlvQ in tho legislature from Doilauoe, Paulding county, is dying here at hia roonw II© ts a leading kiwyer of Northwest«ra Ohio and wiis pLssctt%d ovor James E. (Jioaltfa-, th© Rspublic^ui nominoo. Ho camo hero In good h«alth. wh«a h® wad BoiEed with tho grip which turned into pneumonia Mr. Knapp'B death will cut th« Demc^ratic luajorssy la tha hou-» down to flvo and to tsovcn en Joint ballot.  The Friuiera Won't ^Rtrlko,.....-  Pmt-ADKU'IUA, Jan. s — Tyjwigraphical Union N\>: ¿ mot yesteriluy, and" after CöU-Bidering tho queution of the demand for 4."> ci"iit.s iiiàtiVid of 40 per 1.<M) ems, re-  Rolved not to strike to eiiforco the demand. Thf'-ofiW-fc- oí tho dwisioii Will bo to- 111= dolluitely i>ostpono tho whole nnittor.  i.\M;oad, Buckler tiiird; time.  îJBmocralic Hnuators ï;iect©<t.  Hemma' Mont., Jan. 8.—The Demócrata met in joint «"wion ye^sterday. Dib't;eiit ofTort-s on tho part of i'lark atKÎ frien>Í!< brought out a quorum. t)u tlM) tirst ballot Clark and Mi-l ¡uinness wert> eltH-ttsl Dt'ino-cratie senutoi-s from Montana by a vvito of iu ejich., H,in. \V. A., Clarke was. the president of the late constitutional conventi'.>ii of Montana, and is a M-ell known banker and mine owner of 15utíí\ Hon. M. Mci iuiniie^.'s ha.s repeateJh' repri ntcul .Montana " tlel-oj'/iti. m •  Denth ol .1 Wealthy riRhkni Man. ÌiEWUriu;, Jan. H.—William il. Rogurs, an iinmensely woalthy and prominont business man of Fisbkill Landing, (lied at bis ou Spy Hill yesterday, aged- 59 years. Rogers was vica pre.sidont of the Me-ics' Savings Bank of Fisbkill, presidonfc tho Fisbkill Shoo company, memter of tha rd of oducation nnd trusteeof tho villago. leaves Uva chiklren, threo sons and two daughtora.  Attenipt st Tratn Wrockliig. Ln rLE Rock, Ark.. Jan. H.—An attompt «as made to wrecka fraight train ou thejron Mountain road in tJio iJeep Mock .cut, ono mile south of borii Tho eugipcer sav uogru thìow u veiy largo ox chain acro^ tha rails. Tha engino was budly d&maged. No one was injured. Tho negro ia eupi^fead to bo a disicharged oraj^oyo.  mikid Hls lllstresa-Kbw Ori£an3, Jan. 8, — A Vickslxirg spaciai favo that Janse.-ì F. Bcllis, a young planter living on Bellui' Islacd, sbo« and kilkxi ha Qiisiresì. a youag col«r»>d girl, with whom ho ha<l quarreled whilo iutoxicatod, and also kille<i ber mother for intorferiug to proUH-i the giri. ik»lks tiMju crossod the rivor in a tkiff ontl mca^wd.  Stili cn tba »«cpcas®. New York, Jan. B.—Dr. Edssn sj "There aro at loaat 500,0» persona in thb city euifering from tb© grip. I had hop^ tis« uialiidy, would te on the dc-crc-as« afta-ita sixwe^ks'ravivgts, bui tlH< lìgures to-daj havt- destroyed my hojxfs. It is unufmal fcr a dis4'aso of this kind to bé eiàdemic for mor^ than «ix wt«ka" Sùrveyor I-ynn vonturt»d out to<ì soi>a is again pr'istratoil by influenza and c.imjhdkxl to alteiont hini.wif the cuHtoni house.  Ausmta l>«a<l. . BeìIUN. Jan. 8, —Ilio .. I><)W??g!'r,. Ifjwpresj Augusti di»Hl i»t -S.;>0 oVhx^k ye.st*>rday aftor noon. .-\ugusta Marie Ix>uisa Catharino, E»ìpreii.H of («ermany and Qii>v>n of i'rus.,ia, was born in Weimar, S»ipl. eO, iSll, Sb^liei the daugbter of tho Grandduke ('iiiii les l-VeJ erick oi^ S ixo-Weimar (ditxl .Ìuly IHSi) and hcr inùtber (died Juiie 2:>, 18.V.>i was a daufrh-ter of l'ani 1, lùiipi?rur of Sbt> T.  brought iip at the court '^f ber gramlfathor, Charles .'\ugnstus, tho tri','ud i>Ì„,Uoet.ho, ua® spoaks in on(i of lus leitcns of tlie "nuiny-sided and har;iionii.M»s culture of the'Prmc, ,.» .\Ui4usUL"' Her èlder si.-^ter Marta ttìarried Prmco t'hitrie-i of l't-ussia, aiul iiiarned tho prmc.' . bi ''hn-, th. lat--* Euip^rer \Vi!ì-  .ffice J.o . ' 1 ,2 .  NO HELP FOR THEM.  T1)€>  IT  Fnnx^utawney Min«» Bìimt l^ais« Tlieir KvlctloM rî3il«ï»opt»lcally.  -huttug. Jan. 8.—A »¡w^'ial t^ThsTim«  from Punssutawnoy imyn: The petition of th® midoycs of tlie BnfTalo, llocbester and Pitta-burg Coal company at iValst^n nnd Adrian^ asking for a rnlo to rhow cause why tho évictions -»hoiild not be staye«!, wa.s refused by Judgu Wil-JOM nt Brook ville. "Whr-n a miasr Kigns ono of fbcío hwìc?," j^nid tho judgo, es-judicio, "ho practically veriflw tho Isn-gttago of the giïotl old hynsn: 'Here, Lord, Î Givo MvKolf Away; 'Tm All that I Can Do.' " if th« evictions do not take place it wiU not l>o because tho law d<»«s not warrant them. Tho ;;e:iorftl opinion is that Uiey will not, bo delayd rnnch ¡«.mgor «¿d will likely bejrin to-day.  Robert Wntchorn of tho natiaaal esocutlv® board. .K'liiebfH of Labor, ííhIíimí for an interview wi!h Superintendent Hasicell. Hmíí©U replied thui hu would m«t him socialiy, and talk to him ns iMt Hidivtdual, but not aa tlia repr-f«entati"e 'rtr'- 'Any ■■iirfjttiitrAttßti. ' Tîi»-niiners hi'id a msss meeting iu.xt night Äiid <li«;cuRs.fvd tbo situation.  Killpa M!s líroíliííi-.  Sa:? f11anci8co, Jan. S,—AtTehama, Cal., dnring a family qufírre!, A. J. Clark, Jr., Phot and kilU-d hia brother Johnston Clark, who had raised a chair to strik« him. Tha coroner's jury de<-idfd it a caso of justiTUblr homicide, and Clark was released. Ha fa a son of the lat« Judge Clark, Tbo only wifc-USÍÍ3 to iho tràgiHÌy waa a femalo roiatioa.  , Sunday IVork Ite»trli?i®4.  ITrTsnci'.o, Jan. S.—Under a receat oi«i®r from Mr. Vanderbilt no freight trains eit^pfe thoM trausporUng perkhablw freight are now teing run on tbo Pittebiirg and Lak® Eri« raihotul on Sunday. Thi;i reform was ia-«.ugurtitOil IfLst Sundfty.  Tronblo Trom High CAttMi, Illfi., Jan. 8.—Tte Mississippi ritw nt this pia'-« is within tbraa fo?® of Mgh watiT niiu-k aii.i ia riirtng ai tha rata of thre® feet in twenty-four hours. If rain > Barious troabki ia ftnred.  THE MARKETS.  York Ksea»»»»®«».  , N«w Yors, Jan. 8. rrXniR-riomi do«" aiid" hoavy ■ y«st«rdftT: riiie priuica ia,»:<j>a35: do sjmti^. fi.^  4U: do KUijeríUie wmter, f2 «jftC,.'»: 8pHre.i filOipî.-âO: cxira 2 ^aiïtrr, r^.T^maIO;  do spring, S^^.&Ja^.W: «ïxtra No. Î '-TiatAir, wi.a,^ 4 tor rto 1.1,10554.50: city miU i'strntj, S4.T9  ©4.60 for Went Indies, Southern flour dios^ a-ady: !r.^f^• fiuinij- extra». S.'î.oeai45,  WliKAT—OptiMlB weí-e inwîiiraicly ncti^rw. UTi'-ettitód and svo,^!^,. ye%ti'r<la-y, and price« elowíil ».4e lower ail aroaö-J «{»ot, lot« closod.dult ISfKit sale« of .Vo. e roil wiut«a-. R5,^ü2i875#j; No. S reti, ungraded red, 7ö©88c.  Ol.» UN —Optio as wen» dull ami irrcirubir. cloa-iuii VÚ to Ujc lower. Si>ot lot.<< cloaod dull. 8po® ftale-i ef So - inix'vl. -Si-itiiiasfi-jjCs Kt»»amcr ds^ 3;a.;.<i,ô7L,jf; rejtxtcd. 0¡)c; yeüow, «í^c.  i.iptkuKi w-pìv dub and irrcfrular, cîosii^ tint sbíjlitly eiiaugei!. 8p<>l lots clofswl dull. 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