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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 3, 1887, Wellsville, New York                                 tu  mm  oU. D«r Month,  Ct.  tN THumu eotO««i«i  Vol 7 No 104.  wellsville, n. y. thursday, mabch 3, 1887.  SiBgle Çkapy d  SCHOOL BOOKS.  TEMP  The Very Latest News  Catherred Fresh From Every Quarter.  CONGRESSIONAL NEWa  wlUi ikirconironwm «fíxpMcn.  For th« fiirtïwr InwMisíng oí thonavulr^ UblWinwnt th« prwtdent ía Author i «vi to «rpond »t hiü dl«rr»tíon Um« fojlotvljijç «umonnt«: Fot h^avily-annoml ri^în or  hfvrm nvíxií- rrf>n> m njJMkurwmí'nt »nn K«  Umt tb»  f.  ALL THE  Publications.  BROWN &  MADISON,  WELLSVILLE, N. Y.  THE SENATE PASSES THE NAVAL APPROPRIATION BILL.  armorecl flontJngt iwttori«» or rnni'4 to Im for crt««t and hBrlw.r d^fMnJw, |o.i)()()/y i!i; (nr UKht dr«ft uiinlioRti! M»lfftl,|o fw httcrior  wAW-wayv nud ."«nal «^rvirf, iT'.Ti,«*;!)-. tha inantiofttfl tn i» compio.} and wkhln  iwf-lv" lii'intìi- Iri'tii ilnfiwif l'nuUm t. furiar-jx>dt> IxxitM nf (iw hi>;ln>st 8}iffv| nnd rfl|( icncy, nJ»o <o U compMofl witJiin f <n<!v'« moHth« <if coiitmi't-, for t<>rji»>tl«w"i (Itili iith'T (»xploiilvf«! und torpcilo npplinnrr«!, in<^ln"ling th«. teitliiK of «»«plosirps, ilmtìng hntfwi*^ or raim, tiW»«»,»«, of whirh f.'.<),(joo Js mado Irn-mMtntftly «vnilnb!« ; for th» nriuaniont «>f tli« providwl for, W,SI*M)00 fa «¡ipmpri.  ijuf^tion r»f diffiTmio« frM thft {»rovlmlnn for HiiiUh Arri«»rlf«n raail »nrvkt«, «nd thnt ali .»thfT {>oiiiN in dfii^nt« liiMn..>«n flrraiiKed. Fiimllv Mr. H«irnm){li<t withdrciv IjK motinn, aiKl tlio <mr«tU>n nvMirrliu «m Mr. Ulonnt'ii motif^ tliftt. tho hous« insist on itj» disaurc». tn^'-rif. il. wn« so orilorr»! -yonM I.'In, ),i,vb JOT.  Mr. Wilson of Wi«.t Vìikìhì« i.-jx.rtr^d Umt thn < tin ì>ìnìi iì*? of ( Vilmnhia bill  had Ix'^^ii ini(it)ii> to irrti'l) nii ft^ri"'ii»pnt.  In di«" umilia; tliis n^p>rt, Mr. HondctMo» of lowa wild t»mt. in no othw Rpfuopi iniion bill hnd tho Un»»« »xv»n so Hl«iply drawn n» in thi«, timt. aristocracy wnR Rhnpiii^ the liiglnlation of th« Districi ot foluinhlft, tlmt the clnw hanimor Rontry triinl  STATE LieiSLATION.  PUBLIC PWNTEH BCUftOfCT.  m  WITH THE LAW-MAKEftS Of NtW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.  iln«  Ifi  of fn«iwtt|r«tin« CommlttM on  to nni the iiitcrpst» of WB«iliin^t4>u and tlw»  War Declared  \ On the Cari»»'! t ratU-. Com-l>otition knocktMl out Ì!i thf first round at H. Fislrcrs storo. You can savo per >!-(>nti. by |mrchasin.i< Carpets •of him.' Ho carries the largest stork in tlie eounty. His immense sales ]»rovt^ tlir l'a< t ithat liis prices are l>olo\v all .-oiujietitors. Ih» means husi iiess. ( *all and sct\  a H. FisiiEirs,  Wells ville, N. Y.,  Nat'} Bank Block.  Millinery Goods  EXTRA LOW RATES.  Now m the Time to Purchase. LUCY & ACKERMAN,  Next door to Dr. Nve's Ottice.  A I^ne "nd r.«rMf«t l»«»bntp—Th* rUh-  «•rli's ItixtKllHtory Hill Ul*«uss»<l In th« Xnii««-«Th<i Am«ndm«nta Fi  nally Aer«pt«4l»4>th««r rolUleal 6<M«ip.  w a«hi.n'íít(>:«, Mnrch 3.—in tb<» m»n«t« yeth tcrilny omong tlm hoiw !)íI1m on tìie ralondnr ronside ml and j««»! %vas on© making Hartr for«l, < 'oiui., a port of «»ntry.  At 1 o cl.K'k th« naval appropriation bill was tak«-n up. An ntm»ntlm<'nt w«« rejxnt«*! nwtoriiig fho if^ni apjiroprinfing $1'J,()(>0 for rcpaim of tmvnl training «tatlon at  Confit^^i«' Waiï<l, npfir Newport Agreed tJ Til« nr*t inijHirtattt atnendnifnt agrfod t« wax n proviso that no part of th«? appropriation for tlirüf.;nij rii^inr^MiiiK btjr»>ati »hoald Ik* appliixl to til« rt'pair of «-ngln»* and nia-rliiniTv of wfVMlon sliijw wbar« th« entimatwl rosi ol rnpnir ¡'(lall PK-tH^l 20 |ier cont. of the (Mist of now f:>nf{in<>«< or nufbincry of tho «amo cliíiractí'r and ix)w«»r.  Till'••iiîiiniittj'f» m oninirndpd tho striking .nit of thn bouM- j»ntvisi')n for two Hwift RtiM»l ! rniivTsan.l four i;unl>r«i« to/^ost :  iind ft. íifÍKfiíiit.' I\vf, ^lyUniiH providing for i^ix pi()t<<-r(.,l (•riti'-«>ts of a sjxhhI of not i )•><■. M) kiir,!,; to not mor» tban '  #!I.M)-I,M)') . * iii-iv.' oi .TniwîiK^iit ftíid ll¡)pri. ! printiiij; Ur.tX fuu'.iint ; US'»»», S.;,HSii.iW for tliat  Hrituiiii.m ; nl-o, RCt.c^nt.iHxtlov liravy arinomi ;  Vfwh -•(■ ;!<i;itinj4 hattt or ninis for ron^t i d.'fcmv; ilio SV."".!« !! for KlintHHktK ; nK<' ' #;r.(Mi,(HH) |,.r toi j.-a,. I«.atrt and for ,  fnrj ,■.!< Cs; .'1|1(( ííl.hixi.fXiO far tho nrinnm'lit ¡ ol th"«í» I  .>ir. c'.iiy .,ii 'stioii(.(l fluì (Oliry rerpiirinR on.MiiiiM .1 uiNT^ lo t>i' iniili on tho l'ncKîr o'an 1 I«,- of tU'-ni on thf i-imft ftf Ihv ; C.uir ot Mi xh <:. H» niov.-i to «trikp out tlmt .  piOM.j.lH. ' ;  ■ '■r. .\.uiKiiii Bjrftkoof the iio-rssity of tbo ' ;.','iviTmiM u! hnviiiK construction yarilson tbe (UiU i- k; ! :ibil li.« hcii'-v«i liiat th<»n'Wa<î! Ill- pi.Ki- i!i any ».tsitf wh.-r« tlic prr>ot «»'n'nwnt i ofi'i^.! ill tile « im^ìniriioii of sbip-i could Ixï : u« ' iiih!c',l i Ì! îip'M I ban at Mount \>rnon r-r- i:;¡l, aihímuj;-,. h(> ;ni'n!inii«l that the  I I'll-nhoi.ta-i.....avhi}!«»! r' vlinjïs giT-afer intri-  j ( il V ti;ir,I lililí i-MT ntti>nij<tci|, wa-» Ix'-  Nir, li.iiit .a Al. xaiuhirt. lie ¡«licvcd that : ! vvould t.i- uiifof ti)M i;nuHlo4 MiiWsKs  ' î;pi!',-,i! ui til,' liiifory of ^hiplmil^ìiü'^,. i ' Mr. i'.t (■!; r,i\ ui'|.ii îl',.' ¡irojio-.üioii oí havírií; ■ sou;»' of (!;f -hip.-, liuili Oil Up' -lilt fOttsf,  ; M'-. Ciill .'u-;-;uo.S >Sr. ( Ira v'.h nnieinl-  I nii ii;, liiat it was for llif ptirpoM-  ! o: ii.'iVin;', tli.' Dioiicy cxiK'nUod in iH'Uiwjir.' ; nu ; oîlii ; 'loraUti-.-- üu till' Alîuntié ooa^^t.  r. ( i; ay d( ir,<'<l that be "at, actuated lij^ j any -»Ufb jiai iuw nioîivi'--.  ■M;'. .M(ix"n t;i\or,'l tlu'ainoiuliiiPiit. ' -N"'-, r.l tir in a lout: i-p.-i.ch (lf>pl<)riHÍ all pr('¡'ara!lf<iiH for ix.'ir. ífo .-aiii fho Aiiicriian Ji.'itMH iiai! an opiiortiiiiiiy ot sctriiij; lui ox-nniplo <«f a p'ar.' pi >Ii<'y lo otlicr iiiitiou« wiiich notti'! 1m> iirutaîc l. He Uu ii rea»! a long (locnnicnt on lal)or iiuiu itvy ami ciiucatioii, althoucli Mi*. HaU-askt-d bini to d-ler it fer tbP pi^'Hcnt -o that fbc bill miKht {«--s and go to tim prt si.lc-.i (.  Mr. t Íray's anionduiont was then rojwttHl. riiunb inovod to strikn out tbo itoni of tbr beavily-annoml vt>s«.ls or bat-tcri' s or raniH for (b-fcnso.  fíe nr>;ue<l fhat it wn.s not possiblo to inak(> arnionxi xt-Ksclw that wotilil kwp up in jMiwcr of rotsiNtaneo \%itb tlio incroa«!»» in tbo iHiunrof projectile-; in other %vords, tiiat tl\r> jHiUer of ofTi'nsi) wa^í greater than tbep<iwer ofdefonsi\ Ho \va.s (juitt» sure that if the bill were to I» acconii>aniiMl with a pi ovision for a tax t-o pay the exp<>nditure, the expi iidlture wovdd noi Iw nuide. Jt was to gomo extent tbe concotn-ilant of a larjio surplus in the trea.surj'. He siKike of tho Now York cbanilvi>rof coiunierce as lieing brouptbt into this afjitation a<4 a tender to privati» «(MH'ulation. Mr. Hale ¡^dd the bill was not so formidable or so extravagant a bill ai the total anioiuit provided for iu it would seem to indii-ate. liiiiteivl of appropriât in;4 piecemeal year by year f<ir live or  for tb«f» Mnn turm »hall Iw fumi<*he<l and miinufaetiirwl in tlio Unif«| Htntmn «nd ali contraetK niaxle for their construrtion »hall Vio under thR provWotw of the art of Augurt ikl, 1RS<5, ontltl«! 'an art to inm-ai» tlw naval «itabllRhtncnt, " that tb« swretary of tho navy may employ and pay oiit of nfipropria-tion.* for n«vv nhli«. »neh dvilian aids, addl-tional di»%ught«ini'ti, writer^, ropyistu nnd  miiken* ori the dwrigii» therefor «<» mar 1« neo«"?viry. Th« next material amondment, rejwrt/'«! by tbo rimunitleeand ngreetlto, wao (hat ttUthori/in'.c tbo Bec.< tnry of navy tfl eifìend S112.tKK) in purrbaninK the Kricswon '•I)e:droyer" and an nddif ioiml $!0,(*»0 to care for ami 0]>eraf<» the vei«el. (Jther aniend-mi nts were aRree»! to as follow« : for  the purehn-in of th«» • Stiletto" lo le uwhI aM a tflqwlo iKwd for exi>erimental imr-{MMM and for the improvenieut,  of the naval hospital park ftt Portbnioutli, Vii, Tiie bill and ainendnientH were then re-porte<l to thi» wnnt« fi-ooi (he ■•oniniitle«» of the %vbo!e. Mr. IMintinds deninnde»! tbeaye« and nays on the aniendment for the six erui-^'Hi, ete.  Thf voi<( wa« tben tnken ontbe ooninnttee'H «ix crui«<'r aniendment and it wn« ngrecd to - -yens i'j, nnyR '.». 'l'iii; nays were M< Hcrry, i "(x-kn il. Coke, Ilnrris, rinmh, Vaii -«' Vati Wyrk, X'estand \Vil-=on, Maryland. The bill a< anien'lfxl v^as pn,s.He<l witViont <iivi-.ion.  Mr. ( '(H'krel! ofTere 1 n ret^olation, nììiìcIi wn« liiid over until to-day, providiuR for tb" appoiiitnient of a solecf coniniitte« to inrpiire iiito tlie nietho.ls of busmet'i aiid work in the executive dejxirtinentH "! tbe governnient; wliat furltier buil<Unp:H are neceiwarv.  Mr. Plinnl» report<'<l disji|^reejuent of the iJistrict of Columbia eonfereuce cominitt''-'..  The confeii-nce committee on tiro l'i» ii!c raiJroad ini|iurv bill siibmitted a rei-mt, wliirt) wa-^ a^r<\ il to.  UjHia niotioii o! Mr. Mnlioue the bill for tho ereeti«^ofn nafioiinL m"ìti'>rinl bridge over the l'otoiii'ie fi'em Wa^h;u.;(oii to Arliiii.;loii, was js-'iKiseil. [It iip>iroj,riat"s|.'(!Hi,(MKi to work ftud [inn fi ihi<! ihe bi i lj'e filali !«• orecteii in iioiior of làuii>lii aud (iraut.l  The bouree bill authoriziiig tbe coiiStniction of a bridgi- over tho Mis-soiiri riv-r, b t u.-. n Kan«tì.s City and Sibley, Mo.. wieì pn.-'!;!.'  halK  rT'aclH'íl conuresi was pil«l up in tho plae«i of the nortbw.'steru wtion. Men alnHwt with-in thn sound of bis voire wer« l>ecomlnK n« rieh as Croesus through tho wlvantaj:;« given to tins WM'tion and denied to ottier«. Tim report was» ae«^pt<«l and a further eonferenc* orderwi. Mr. (irisp of ( Jwrgia »¡ubmitte^l the TOufennieo n'port on th« joint resolution (now a bill) for the investigation of the arrounti, etc., of the Pacilie railron(h and it wax agree«! to.  Mr. Triiig of Virginia »ubmitt«! the ron-ferenre reiwrt on the bill foi' the compensation of Allx-rt H, Emery, for eon.strurtton of an iron and rteel tming machine for ti» United Ktatm Tbe conferen«» re|K)rt flx^ the amount at $in<).(M¥).  A live y delwt« ensued, during %thieb Mr, iillman of South Carolina bitterly opposed thft bill, denouncing tlw » 1«ìmi rä Ih« tuowt most fraudulent and unjust over jtrefsented to owfçresi He intinint<»d that .Meisi-s-. Heed of ' Maine aiid I^nj? of M&3sacbu<«tts had ap- ' proachod him ClillmauJ wl«i rwpKwlJ« tli«t be |  permit a l.ill to through appropriating '  .«iwî.lX«».  !iîr. Il«ed denie.1 having mado any Midi  'Then it i« a question of Teracity." criiHl  Tiîbiirtn.  Mr. lîewl BOTin denied havinp entere«! into i any «neh nrran¡íenient, and Mr. lioni ac-kiion-l«>dp;ed bavioi; said to tlie í^entíe-ninii of Snutii Carolina that be would I»' };lad to have th" Hinder.«el(le<l for fi'ki.OOO.  I/iiritip; (he eontrovei-sy tneiidxTi« of the ' hou-ie pith'-i-edaroiiud the piu ticipant«, whose ret'H î-i vi i.H'at tiiiu'S \ery acrimonious and fnriU:-lie<| c(iii<.i(|i'rab!e (iuius»'tn<-ut to tfie s[wtator«. Fiiialh- the c(»nfereiipe re]Mirt waH adoj.îeti- >eaH rK'. iiav« iiM.  At ."i:,V. the iiou^e (rxik a re*e^s until o'eloik.  tit.« Il^m>mm4!Mded«.nnt Ayproginatliic On» Mllllnii iHntlar« War r«>t»<»nii Or-«tered to • Tliird Hearting»  Ai.ha^y. N. Y., March n -Tb® mtnorlty report of the committee to invcfrtlgatfl tbe r»-tH'iit ' triken, favorw tint wise and judiekuw ot nixatiou of laV>r and rwvOTmond« tJw» following ;  Firiit- An extemlon of tti« power* nf tha ixrnrd of tkrbitrallon ai embodied in th« wiiato bill now under eonfilderatloii.  hW-ond —Tlie prejmration by tJ» Judiciary romnilttec i>f an wt df«daring that any cxnn-biiintion, whether by agreement  THIS HANDSOME  iihilds Roddng Cbair.  ,t___  j^ilil r.iousaiids of Othfr I seful  - AND--  Oriiifiital ArlFilBS,  AT THE  Mammoth Variety Store of  G. W. FREDERICK & CO.,  "Where can be .found the most marvelous collection  (r holiday goods  •ever a36n in the county. Co>n© tind take a look.  Store Oppos'ta Bank of Weilsvilla.  .six years, it appropriated, in rouml nundx>rs, ahoiit .í2;!,0<mi,(Mhi foi- the subjcí-ts j.ropos*.,! in the anieiidineiit. It pro pi sed n ¡general extensive appropriation reachin;,' ou! and em-bracin;; tho entire subji^'t.  After further di.scus,sion by Mes-si-s., Dawe-< and (birjuan, the bill was laid a.side temporal ily. and the senate, on motion of Mr. ICd-nuuul''. went in se<'ret se.ssion, and lat<'r on took a rci-ess until p. m.  Coiisid'-ration of the naval approjn-iation i bill wah reMiUied in coniiiiili«ti of the «bole, ! the «(iie-fioii beinj; on .Mr. rJinnb',-< amend- j nient to strike out of the amendment of the í committee the item of ?.i;,(HKi,IHK) for heavily aruiored vosol-i, etc., lo be u.s<'d for coast uiid haibir defeiiA'. '1 be auieiidiiieiit was rejected and tbe amendment recouimeiubid by tliei'Miuiiiittee wit-, adopted. |lt sirike-; on'. tlie liouîc piovÍNÍon for two swift doiible-bot-toiiicd cnii^vrs ami four jîiuibimt.'., all to co.st u.it more than if l,it.">(i.<NKi exclusive of arma-meiit, and iii-^ertiiu lieu therwf cluu^es .'»}>-pri jiriatiii); .v',»,Oi«>,lMiO for ^ix protect.Hl wtei.l cmisor-i v%ith Mich armament a-s the navy de-] artiiu iit may dwni advinable, and to have a n.axiiiiiim hpeed of not lews than twenty knots nil liour; the upjiropriatiou to Iw avuilablo for four year-i from March 4 instant; the iH.nstniction of the veswds to Iw under tbo provi;.ions of the act of Auji. H, 188(;, as to ma-toriats and machinery; for every (iuiut<»r knot of s|khhI alx>vtì twenty uu hour the contractor to rcv-eive a prtìmium of $.50,(XM) and for every ijuarter knot b<.ilow twenty kiiuta an bi«)r of sjieivl a deduction of J.'^ib.iHHi from the Contract pnce to 1» made. For jnf'uiium?i for ext ra speed »1,2<>0,<HI0 may be exvH'ude<l. For arniiiiiK ut is de-siguated. aud  it is .stipulated that one of thew vt•^^>ols shall l e built near the Taciilc (Yiast, two near the roust of the (4ulf of Mexiuo, three near the AtlautSc coast, and tbepresiilent isauthorized when the bid.'» are oji-jne»! for csiiitracLs to hUs}M«ud the < iuirtti uctioii t)f vessels on tlie i'a-cilic coast or Gulf of Mexico, if it is apparent that they cannot ihvconstructed at a fair <x>ht and wait for tbo action of oongnü«, rejxirtiug tbe rea-soiH for such su-spensiou to congret»  Hons««.  WASiii.sr.rox, .March .").—In tbe (li -< ts«ion , of tbo lislierie;^ retaliatory bill yesterday. Mi-. _ Daniels apjHîaled to t tie houi« and to every democrat to stand by tlie ciiief mni i--!rale, who, be said, dt-si-rve«! and oa^'lit lo r. ci ivt unslintoil conlideiii e in iliis eontrove¡-sy.  Mr. Hitt of llliaois ret. riv<l t.. the fact that tbe liebiioiit biil had -iili,ti!uied f'-'r !h.'  wnate hill by a M'rv-li:.;lit ma.liirity - -.o tliat lie did not tliiiiK »»-.'it i li.'i¡. .ii-.'c. : c.tiid l efi-r to it.i-n Jü ■ i.ir.ii ¡fii I'nj- iIh-;!- r.--fusiil to yield to til»- iia!«-  Mr. W.'rlliiiii;toii ol iniin.'s favored th" Senat«« liill. I'rnctii-a! le^islitioii, he .said, w:-,« what was waiit- d.  Mr. Crane of 'i'exas bad (n i^ìnally favor« I th:' Sfilato bill, Jiuvii!!^ in view the ;;i>0'l of iüs country, and «ittioli! rei» reiice to party he believed liuit tlie liouv oiiebt to r<'e.sie iroui it.s aincndiiieiii.s a.iii .suj.i>orf ¡¡¡e--e:i;Uo t'il'. Whenever the ri;;bts «à ciîi..,'n-i oi' î;.e . l'nilitì State's were n.s.saile 1 tbU cuniiti y li i>l j the >vill and tbe cour.i.^e iwoii if if b;sd iiot the [>ower) to prote<"t those rii;ht-i.  Mr. Iiou^herty of I'loriila spoke n^jainst tbe house recediiif; from its arneiidríi"iií. He h id hoivMl that this h'Ki-latiou woiilil die in ili" eonference committee, as it was virtuiilly u tleclariition of war a|j;aiiist ft fricrnUy ^ov. rn-meiit.  Mr. Ijong of .MassacSiuH'tts, reniylii.; to .Mr. Dougbertj". s;iid tiiat his position was the one which gentlemen to<)k wlio w»-re uisLstin;; on tbe bouse bill, namely, to allow matters to remain juichiui^ed.  .Mr. Phelps took tho ground that? if tbe house wanted to li'^'' president additional jiovvers iiv tiie directi'ni ol retaliation it must vote to rewle from its ameiidmei.ts.  Mr. Scott of Pemisyivaniii favored tbe bouse bill.* ,  Mr. liivi'kenriilse of Keiitucky said that le-Would put the ri'siwnsibility tor tailure wbei e it lK'lou};ed; oil the senate wiiii ii -would ii..I give the pre.sideut jwwer to iiiak«' jK'aci'bv moans of retaliation. It was witti lüiiílaii l, ho said, that we must make ne-Dtialion. It vva.s our ilai; tli.at was involve land wi- >l!ouM make it a national c;:us.' at whatever ci)>t to whatever section. 1 i/ou 1 appianse ]  Mr, Uaildull ¡'avoit-d the iious.> j:.-oi«)-n loll He want«'«! m thi> iiist,'iHe,. t,i ¡;i\e to t'l -pl-^^sident piover to briii^ iie-c'tiations toa ¡leaceful con-bHion, with liuiior ti. both nations and no discnilit to cither.  The reiKirt of tbe contevin e isaiimitttv \k;i< then agrei^l t<i.  Mr. Hice niov«! that the.liouso ni-ede fi-om its aniendinenfs t»> the »»nate bill.  Sir. ItiHsi of Maine- nid t lu i e . .ii .;ht ih>l to Ite war or a slindow oí war m the ! raiis.tci ion. Wliat was ne*'ded was some peacetul means, surb as international law. wiiieli would be ; eiTwtive. This was nor a <jU<»stion of <lecl«riia i tii>n, of (iring either tliu Niu thern or .Siiutherii i heart, and yet the j;eutleiuau.ironi Ivoiitucky j iHreckeiirid :ei had certainly exhibifed him-I .m'H in an altitude siiriirisiii;; to the house, i Hvervbo-ly knew that, if the ^«'vernmeiit at ! tenipt''d uoii-iutercourse with Caiui<ia ail ' a!oii;i tbe line that thin country would sulfer more than Canada.  .Mr. Iti'-e;, motion was agix'»'<l to—yeai !'19, nays i:U.  .Mr, Mills ol Texas eliauge-Ll his vot-<.< from tbe negative to the atTinnative in ordei- to enter a miitioii to recoiisider, but tbi.s motion was laid oil ttie table. Yeas IT,', nays  The elV'ect of this aoticn l'i to pass tho bill exactly as it passc-il tbû senate.  Mr, Ulouutof titwrgla presenteil thu coi^-feit'iico reiKirt on thopo.st-oni«> approfiriation bill aiuiounciiií^ tb« luablîity of the conferees to Bgiw. He movtHl that tho house insist on I it» disagreement and ask a further coafer-  Ì  LEGISLATORS AT HARRISBURG.  I.aw of Intere.,! to the A. II--Proj.etli  |-;*«»uijit I'roni Taxufion—Other Imimr-«mit MeaRur«»!*.  H.\iuu: tîi u ;, March -In the M-nat4> yt-s ; b.-rday morniti;; amoii,; the' biils n-ported ^ fnvoralvly were the folluu ing: ;  l^ií idiiiíc for cttwsnf^ up of al»audone<l gas welis'io urevi at wa-'n'.  Providing for uniform rofid system. Prohibit ini:; wearing ç-r.-nid army l)adf;es ' and devices by (H'r-o;-s not Iwlont^in;.; to tln' or;;uni/.ation.  Tbe bili abolishishiim-tnx on wntebes, hoiis!' I'.old furniture and ple/wire cnrriai^es wn" pas.-^ed iiiiiiliy.  'I'll" lull providii)'; that t!:e t^ixpayen; of seJiivol liXlrí'-ís may iiicreaM! liie «chool t<.'nn ' ¡).'jiirid t;e> i!iÍMÍimim bs' a, vote of tlie vva-. vimier i!is:-ii-.s ou. .\ vote beiiii; taki'ii on its rmal'pasva it faile i lor want of a con-  stitiitic,ii,-il m-tjuiüy.  Tile ctin'tiiiitii'ii.il amendiiiénl. providiie^ • for enei ! < tîie d-.îlers and niauu-facîiir, r- "!' h'itior in tin-event of tlii' ndop- ^ !ioti "f th" ¡>rohib¡tiou amendment, Senator ' Ilutan moved to postpone for tbe present, fur ilio rc;>so!ì, as he .»ai:l, tiiat the iiqiiur interc^I.s preferr-»'i l" hav.- th-- prohihiiory anir>ml-iiit'Ut sul-mitied witli air tbi,- couip»Mi.s;it¡'¡u <•ìaus«^ as they thereby hof«-!! tu defe.it prohibition, which, .ifter debatí', «as agreed tj>.  (iovernor lUaver g lit iu coiiuuuuicatitia muniuatiii«: Dr. WiUiam H. E¿!e of tlas tnty, stato iiiaariau and tìe-^nomiiialion «-.'us un.ani-niously c"iillrmed. C ijit. -.1,11, Orwi^ also t>{ fhiK i-ity w ill iw assi-.f;inf bbrariaii,  hi the iioiiw'', amoie^ the bilks reiwrî«! from eouUiiiti>'es, were Hie lollowing;: Senate iiill t or Hie di-struction of wolves and  wild-cats.  For the taxation of dogs and prote<'tion r,i sbeep.  Senate bill appropriating tax on dogs to kwal libraries.  Apiiropriating to state boartl of ag-  riciiltiir«'.  KeiHUring all tj'lcgraph, ttdephone and,e!»H'-iric-b^bt \vires to tie plac^'d under };roimd;. this bill applies to all cities and towu.s having 10,poo pt opie and over.  .\nioii:4 i'ills read twice wixe the followin;^; To pro\ idi.' tor deiicn ucy in the payment ot oiliceis (iurin^ the le,!iidative session of lss.'>.  To establi-.li county iM. srds of health. ' 'J'he bib to prevent mutilation, 'îestruction or removing ol show !»ii|s, j.lacar>ls, pro eranis, posters or otln-r advertisements, passed a si'.-ond readin .; uiter ihduf^ aiiiend<sl so as not to appl.N tii lanneis ami others \slio destroy bills and ndvt i tisemeiits wiiile r 'arin^ down fences.  The pi|H-line bill will probal.ly be n-a-le d on sccoiid reading in th - bous.' to-day, ^^!H•ll a lively di-teus-ioa is bkels to en-iie. .Argu-nn'.'its on auti-li-^crimiaH'i.iti was bi-ard by joint session ot tiie jiiiiiciary coiiimit t l;i-,t m-ht.  .Apportiiinment is e\îH'cîo«l to the la-xi, subject for a lively li-ht. ■ - ^  impli«!, or rt ta< it unden-tandlnj; lM?tw«n tlifl proilncerH. dealers in, or imrrleni of food cjr fu'd pr<Klu. t? Khali iki ditrnwl a ronsplrtiey within the ni 'aninx of iHTtion PVH of tho penal  C<lde,  Hills p.a«isc 1 ; Mr. Vomi;,rnmii'« bill amending the aet, for the preventi ni of fraud in fJ»o Kale of dairy pr<*lucts  The next measure reache<l in th« ortlar of tbinl rendinx \vm the fli ld civil ro«lfl. Tlw clerk St »vi".I to lead it through, when the siwaker iaceiiouflv remarked that anyone who (b-ire I to debate on tlie bill hbould doso liefore it wa'« read throu'îb  Several ru.'tioii, i<i siisp"tel th" reailing and •ïtrike OIH til-' eliacllii^ c'au-t- wem votf«í1 down.  After .Mr. Aniold uu I Sir, îMcIrityit» Iwd att.iie!;e i IM • lull ti,e previous i|,i-'stiou was ordere.i an 1 i¡ ucih} ■ w ¡í-í j ü) oíi Ou linai vot« with til" toî'o.x ¡o ie,!i,t: \v- ò"), iiay» .'M», kìx le'2s than enoii-h t«» pav- tli • b'.ll.  Mr. Hake! t ••«»•i,. l <• ,\or;ib!y the five land transfiT i»fonn tails Ì!itrf»br » i l.y Mr. fan tor, when Mr. là win moved to reeonimit them tor a turtber hearing.  The ;isseuOiiy i.ili rel.uiiuibk the m-jinliuK nnd InU riii^i of iiHtniiiieiitM atVectiiif; n'^d estate in >'<".v \'oi . ■•it\ w a-, i e.-ohimitteil for a beal i b ALty.  Til'dì. Ol nvi.li'm-• Iñll was urderwl t<> a fhir<l rea,li.1,:.  Mr. I"'.re.i i. from Ih » wav-imd nu-an« e«nn-mitt/'e. report«'«! lb" lali ioeatiie.'; the j>roiK>sed new iiiv.(li,. a-\bi!ii n! n;;,it ii .bur- ami Mr. Heav.-r. troni hi-, l o-aum :< e, i'-í>'>rtí'<l the \V<s«M,ili lixm- til |oe.,tioii .11 Plattsbunt. The bills Wi rf mad the sju^-ial onler for Tue,««lnv uioi niii;., im-".!  l'Ile houv adjounitd until 11 o'clock th i mormifc'.  Ill the senate Mr. \'etl ler s rC'obition for the impiiry intii the I'uiversul coiniMiny was tabled. .Mr. Cnlb ii votin;,' in tiie nf;intive.  The governor trati^mittc«! tlvi nominatif)u of .lames .\rkel! of Caiiajobarie as railroad c<(m!iii-;-('<n! r in jilái'e of .lohn O Domu'll. lb f. rroil to the railroml committts' The íiKM'uibly bill appropriai i A'« f 1 ,ii!H),<«(ií) for ¡)ri-.<«ii m«inteuan<-e au'l Mr. .Me.Milian'i bill m rea>-!n^ the .siiiarie-i of judp-'s of tbe «■oiirt of ap¡«AÍs wen- ordi'red to a thin! re.nb iiiK'.-s  Hill prohibitiniï tbe ^d^ 'HK f*v.-My of chro mos, prizes', etc,, with articles of f«XKl was n>-¡)ortíHÍ from coinmifte.'.  Amoiijí the bill- iptiI! lucwl was one cn'öt iuf:; the New \'or!c l>oar I of I'siim.ite and tiu' commissioner of publie works, ii boani of ele<'trii- subway com:iu>-.!onf rs for .S'i'w York.  The lai! is .Mayor Ib-witfs bill, wlii.-ii was siippoi I -d at the he.iriii;;- of the rifi.--^ eoni-ndttee yi-.sterday by the assistjiiit coriwiratioii .couiiwl,  Sulis»'.jueiiUy Mr. Ciilleii otTered a res»-lution ilin-ctiiiji tlie insur.'vii'-e coiimiitt'-i» to y^ro.sw'iite a thorou,;h im|uirv into all iift* ni -■iinuice coiuiuinies. It was teuijuirarilv tabk'-l.  Th«i canal coinmitt"e reportíNl f»voral.t¡y the ijO 'kiKirt canal bridge liill. Ailjourned until 11 a. III.  Tcrrí'ütri-iI Tri-mor».  ■New Y<i1!K. March - \t -!:.;> vo-ti-rday afternorai a sUj;ht ^hock -<i carthiionke iva»» felt at Habyiou, Fire l.^'aud. .bi'i.ai-a and othej- pla<e< on the south .shore oi L«Mig Ittlund. No dama¿;e «as «buie, tbe shijck iK'ing only siit!iei<>at to rattle windows, crockery, etc. Th" tn^mots lasîi'd a few «x'onds. A dispatch from theolvservatory on Fire Islanil stiites that the tower ivas very jK'rcijitably shaken. . , Nkvv Yoiití-, March .•i.-—The sh<K-k was strongest at Fire Island ami Habylmi It wan felt lus fur east as P.ay .Slumi nnd as far west as Hunter's Point., though hardly . jxMceptibie ut tho Int-ter plact\ It vvas not felt iu thi'i city: At Babylon buikiiiig^ vibrated, and a ' orac.k appmred iu tl>e presbyt"riau church bpiiv. A noise like thu bo<innng of a ruu was hoard at Fire Island aud Habylon. Tb.e tiii'n at tlM> bfe saving station «ni Fire Island thought at first that a ve-ssel wns giving Mignah of <listre,s.s.  il«.)»«!«..««« U« r^ti  «»f tit«  U'AHHiîiîiTo'*, Mareh 2.™ în tí» )«>«siiifi nf thi»wnat« vr«t««r4ar tí» Hon nf ¡'„hUr PrlHti-r F nn<{ at tlm end of an hmir'd drimi» tw WW  '-oTdinn-'d |iv rt <if rtr to IS». Mm)t%,  Man'l^r«if»ti. Haw ley «nd F.vart«. th« flnsttw® m»»nd>"r«. f.f the «f^nindtt«) fm  ns:«lu«it ccmllrmntmi.  Tliey t.«k tbo |nr«t«tiwl th «tatute« elmrly tii»fln«i thm tjmJìtìmtìem of Ih« ptAlle prlötiT to Im of» who lilld an nppreut leenhln at typ«» IwikdilmîinK nnd th<* varlrmf of th« art. of prinUng, and who fcitMl study of them. They d<N:lar«di ti»^ Mr. diet dlil not eoTw within an.I that he did n«t rlaltti to.  JfesKrn. fiorman and MlHtr-tb» I inemlH'r of th«» committee on v<K'«teii eonflirmatfrtn, elaimlnf diet wa-i a pt attical prirtt<»r himiwlf to Im fullv eoinjiati'at to dntie'i of the onice. 'Î boy walT¿d tfa» . that h« hid nnt werrwl an Kppr«nilc<Mhl{¿  All of the «leniíKTat» ¡JTWWllt TOt®d fOf flrmatlon, but « i«i(îî«-i( «t uumbw ot Hcans uN> voted afflmmtjvply to action fnuu strict ijartieaiiRhlp.  M  nKNKWier.  Thoma« i:. Hen<*.liet wni liorii at WarwirtE, OraiiK» c..uuty, N. Y., in 1«». Hi» wlo». tiou wii<! obtuine<l at tlie common «rhooî mm! af tin* \V»irwii'k iimtiíute. H» enga^id Is tenchin« liurinp hi« e^irly year«, «ti«l drift*«! theiico into a railroad otflec, and fliially into liookkiH'iíiuír. He nhvavíi hnd an «fîlrilty tm' printiug úflices, however, and, wherevBr h* livasl, was suiv to l»e an industriou» rorr«-sfMutileni of the hn-aJ He mored  to rister «•ouiify in l^üj-i as a bookkiyper ot the l kt >r Irou Rolliti^ mili, and In 187« starti.*.! The Hilenvdle ÍY»« in partjwi^ip withbis br«>Ui.r, (i. H, Bemnlict. Th« gained a n'putation for itn vlgorot» demoC' t-acy, aníl in l-^e; tíie finn j>ar<;h««ed Tli# Hauíif rof Lll>erty, which thay ronducted ài 8 fftnimcb ileiiKXTntic WM'kly, gaining for it % circulation that ext««ndíHÍ tonvcry stat« oM territory of the l-nion. 1n IHTit Mr. Bffne*lic« wat elecíeil t'i th" >'»nv York leghlatur» ftjwi vrai re-eie -t'Mi for four mu'<*t<.sHÍv.í tern«, »acíi j'ííor liy un iucre.w.l majority. Tber« l» paline l the coiitid 'uce and friend^hipof (krv-ernor C! 'v. I:ììi !. Daniel Manufíig nn i otUer leailiiiL' ■¡'■IDO rats, and in l'-'S.Î wa.-» apjKUTJted i deput;.n,-, ¡.í5-,ill<'r, which offlixi he ha 11,. N Kmou a ,'S|,.rial¡y for W«< ¡ tivi'ability uirl uiibl. inishi'd iátogTity.  Nomination» by tho rrr»ld*Qt.  WAsniNr.TON-, Man-h Tho followin : j nominat ions were «■ontirnii'd by th« seimt« Ou i Feb. -jr» an«! made public yœtwday: Ftwî-m-T-stev»—Ma.s.saehus.*tts—-J, M. (Jorsc, Bortón. N.'W York-A. VV. Ixx-klln, (JloVent-vilie, C. E. Crandail, L;-tms: ]». J. MeOory. ■\V«st«b.-st..r; .1. H. Mealey, (ireenwlch; W, H. FmMwiu, Walkitw.  8, N, Ahlrich of Massachu^tts, to ant treusuivr of tlu) United Htat«i b,%  Av. I. Carter oí New York, to be' of cmUnm, PaUdio^ue, N, Y.  Daniel Mai^oue of New York, to b® eflàko tor òf customs, ><ew York.  T, S. Ti< e oí New York, to be aitótarit ap-praiwi. New Yovk,  1-äSiitl hl fio- Collii;  s, • ...Mai.-ii :;, ¡,i  , n -  tali  rie  til, tin-,.  uiiiversítT s ba-.'ball j'iii aoy  «ion,.  ;!!■•. 1.! -i <  1 :><  . N  '!bi. IN hi -Il  ih.uii.  «H k.  1 l;:  ■ in New.  'i'iîe Iii pn-.  s il .iieno!-.' I>, . I! Sb î,. ■M, w;;s liufo-ni  ■e le ..ise a- Í 'ii  I>;»eiital>U8hment «f tho WiVlnh Churel».  l.oMiON-, Maivh ;¡.-Mr. (Jiadstone in a letter íxivi'u to the press writ«'s that no opjKirtu-u'.ty h.ns yet oííere<l tor the dist-stablishment oj tiie Welsh church, and that no ^reat political matter can Ix) dealt with by parliament I ntll the <ju«i»tion is «».»tiled.  Il«s Will <iu If NVcesM.try.  WASiUN<rr(>.\, .March :;. It is authoritatively .stal«'d timi wbilr- the (ae-,idont is op-pot^-d to the ciislom of lU■^bill;; tbn>U|;h legis latioli at the 1,1-.; Hiiiaite '.Mtlioutaii í;pp.urtu-uity to examine sii«' measur«'s adopteil, lu.-vvill not refuse t.-« go tlie cupitol «»u Friday ii it, s.hf*ll found nece.H.sary.  Tho Kul{;u'.'ian ICctiellioii.  Pkstu. March fiie pe-th r Lloyd rir«»-fes,-,es to.ltupw that the reb<'iiiou at Siu>.tri,i aud other Í'íal;?."iriaII towie^ wi-re prompt r. crusb.'d nud tluii all <1  i-eiii-«'h IS tlKsaj>|>eare«l. 'I'bt,' same j-arK-i, also iuf«irii:eii that riotous molis at LuriT íi , sfoiiol the police, wouiidm^ st-veral .it tli-'ii; bailly. The police r.ta'.iat.Nl by linn.:; volley at til« rioier.-,, «livîi.'r^ni,; thein, but i,-.tlictin^ 11(1 ¡«'i-sonal injufv t^.i any of tb-in  It  Mr. BuiTûughs MiclitiRa movWi tb»t tb9  I « v«tU'* In Hulu'.o i».  :■, ■M.uvt. - 'l^i;.  .• lì,.- Uli". .):;irl''H Uia: Í Ì ■; I' i,.,Wfd tlie i'\:tiiipli-■Ml 1 ie\t»!le-i mi«ill-l Ihe l'ui'siUiy.  u si-ui ie:.;a-, i-n ..M' -i  I ib.-it ,ii ."s:;  ii'k;i,u-iiui rc-  That Tiroci^ t-Ci'tinf.;,  ■Milicts nearly t'vi-rv ««ii.' in tlic sprin;,'. Till' system haviim iieciriU'uccustdincd to •ll.i' t'taoiu.: rtir.uï inter,' i-«. wraUctml I y the warm i\. y-< «d' th«' «.•ìettiuni ; ^fit^nn, aini rciuiüy yU'hls to att-acks -.d lii*.« asi>. !!<'(>ii"s Sai-itiiaril'a is jn'.-t th«- lui'diciiu' HCl «te«!. It toiu'S iiial liUiiiLs lUii'vciV pH.t1  id" till' 1hìiì\ , !uul llÌKt» nil impurities  ■fimii tiio i)l«->(:<i. Trv it this seas«in.  A 8TABTLIRQ FACT.  It if not fommonly known that a large proportion of tlic rlicuniatism and neuralgia extant is traceable directly to the di-ieawid condition or inipiirfect action oi the kidneys and liver; therefore a remedy wl'.ich curesi the resulting dbeaM roust . have found and tmiitten the first «use. .Many persons using Athlophoroa for rhj^unatisni and neuralgia have been siirpriseil to tind that chronic disorders ol tiic liver ntid kidneys have also been •ire-itlv-relieved and they have writfcett tor an explanation. The'fact is, that the remedy acts directly on "Uicse oi^ans, cleansing them from all irritating suIh . stances and rei,'ulating their action. Taken, ill cuniu . tiuu with Athlophoroa Pills thin is, without exception, the mmt valuable !;iiiuey and liver remc^ly in the Vfurld,and will cure a largu proportion of those wfao havo ihese disea-^cs.  C.ip.akc Iron Works, Copake, N. Y.  For the last five years 1 have bwneub-jwt to iicvcrc atiai-ks of rhoum.^tisin which would caviM-MTie the mostexcruciating pain iu uiy chest; was obliged to put inv«clf un«ler the diKtor's care for two or tlire» v.iontha at a time, and even then it waa alm()s^t impossible to get any relief. The la.st time I was taken my eon was at fiome, anil I rcqueiilcHi him to call the doctor, hut he said he had heard of a new remedy ibr rheunntism caHed Athloplioros and advised me to try it. i did and Vtw cau iuuigino my surprise, w.ns relieved of all pain aiUr t'akini; one liottle a»d have not been troubled since. It saved tne (piite a i«U!'4 of .money, and 'fi'hat is lietter, I was 11«it olfjixSHl to cn(lure weeks of snlTerinsi ; woniirVioi 1h> without it in the hou«?. HaVe r>'c< .nnnonded it to othen; and it never skil-i to relief. L. 11. rATTEIWOK.  Kvery dru}j;tji,st should keep Athloplu Î wlu'ie thev i  and .Vthlophon« I'ills, but wlieie they ciia-iiol be boiiulit oí" the drng'i^ist tin; Atido-  phonv Co., 112 Wallst., IS.-w York. wUÎ ,scìi<} < itlicr (carriiiíje pai«!; on ríveipt oí' r-'-rular price, wliich Ih ^LOO |H-r i><>t,ì}v tor .\;!d,.¡>1ioroí; and .'¡(V. t'or l'iîih.  lo.'- ¡Ivor and kidaey «biieö.«««.«, dyf;u-iV!«, ui-«biii'sî'.oa, Wi'iikni'Ä, uervov» di'í.liUv, ^s'^eate» ■ ''t vvòmeti, ivurtipatlon headache, ttr.fir.e.'. I>u-m<î ,Vc , Athìoiihen'« íliís »re t»   

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