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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , W EI > N KS I) A Y, .I A N U A ll Y I 5, I 8l*Us NO. 134, 3 HEV RESEAT ATI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A > V \V iii! LU VI. Kl 1.1 Nil MACHINK for ruling it. of Mauka iv Un* latest addition to leal Itepartmeat of dunkirk Printing Corapan I r\AN'Dr.KHCoal and Wood Y«rt,w» \ i .niral Avenue, outwait* Nickel I*late A . Iii metes of liar*! and Soft Coal, Lunier, Shingles and Lath. Ire* ^ torrcaiamdcBOO for wholesale Iou MKiU-l.    _ , v\ >1 MANN. Practical Bluiaiier, tins 41    -    ii Hilt Min. Special attention **    onui    s    Plumbing. Kaliinatea given * i*...ttihillg. GM I" itting.SU*; on Pitt OI mug, Jim Air I ar unco* .....  am    Heating    and 27 K. Third street. , * K. (ilKFOKD, SS and Ik Arustle Photographer Ii *ogra|'h» of Ila hies a s| pa ne* .I not babied wait for SS and 22ft Central Ave. Instantaneous |H*cialty. Situ* rs sunshine exempt for l’ro-Buf-Maga/mea, Mu- ■ .«m»K ItlNDKKY—J AM EN iKVINfl. I » I I . LOI No. 16 E. feecoud street, near ,reel Dunkirk. N. Y. Magazine* »if- Ian i itll let*. eU’., bound in all styles. Orders 5SiJu> att» nde*l to. All work guaranU*e*l. I kl IU ll KICH tWHHKKV llol'sK, I J    at»    Central    Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Im.mrted ami Oonieidie < hi na. ti lass ware, Ac. ,11 vs It. MAKRIS, til Central Ave. Uen-( eral It. Mi ranee, Life, Accident aud run. Hrfon traveling insure Tour Ife in the old ItYXe travelers*.” I tea I Estate Agent. I. ans negotiated on proi*ertv. / ,MATTAI’«jCA HOTEL, I J    UaU'n, ll |*er *lay. I terr and Boarding SUlde in connection. Victor itider, SXI and IST Lion street / HTV HAMBEK SHOP I ,    Chas.    Nagle.    Prop.. I M.ier I .ake shore National Hank, corner {euler and Third atreeta. A line atock of gureign aud Domestic cigars. i HINKLIN A HON, I ,    ;Kk* center street, Practical borse-shoer*. Particular attention l»a#J to interfering horses. Shoeing of road ai I trotting horses a specialty. ll I SHUCK EVENING OBIKKVEK. I .argent Haily in the County. Au unequalled advertising medium. n IN KIRK ENGINEERING COMPANY. Formerly seilew A Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, _Pulley shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Purgings, Castings, aud Machine Work to order. I VANKIRK SHIRT CO., Mi, ** aud WI J 9 Center street, Manufacturers of the "Cromwell” and "Dunkirk” perfect - fitting Dr. HS shirts. On sale iii all leading furnishing, clothing aud dry goods houses in Dunkirk. II r. TOOMEY, 9 .    4.34    and 43fi Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, -alt. Haled Day, pilate*, etc.    .    .    _ Established, 1877. Pinta* t>HIK HOTEL and timing Sal.Kin, Union Ti DejH.t. Ka*; acce** Ut all trains aud bus-iiiCSH hon.-sis. Hest accommodations for Commercial I ravelers.    ... John J. Murphy, Prop. 12 It I.ERS A IM, \    P7    and    UM K. Third streeC Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up bolstering. Picture Frames made Ut order. KY I). MATTESON A CO., 901 Central Ave., leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters | | ARELL STEAM It EATING CO.. Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. OME STEAM LAUNDRY. H Our s|teeialtieii:    Fine    Shirts,    loc; Collars ic; Cuffs. Ac, and Lace Curtains. Free Delivery. A. W. Cummings, 2u7 Center street. j| It OEHM, E. Third st., cor. of Bull alo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine limits A Shoes. Henry w hi cribs new store, ion f. Third su Hooks.Stationery, Musical lu-strunieut*,Magaz>aes,Daily audW eekly Papers, and everything pertaining Ut a first class book store. achoo* Htntks a sjaHnalty. .I OII PKI NT I NCI of every description and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud IO h. Second St. JH. VAN BUREN A SON, Fire Life, Accident and General Insurant*. Dealers in Heal Estate and L<tans. I’arii* ular attention paul Ut the care of property collect mg rent* Ac. 210 CenU'r st., 2nd floor. M O*' KO ES I* HAHM ACY, .SOO Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Paints, Oils, Ac. IyFRKINS, J. VT., 200 Center street. Manufacturer and dealer iii Harness.Saddle* bi . lies, Collars, Trunks,Whips, Buffalo Kitties Horse Clovers, Glove*. Mi Hen a aud Sleigh Kobe*. _    * ........... I >1.1 MUINO. T. W. Murray. Sd? I.ion street. A sanctity made of Sanitary Plumbing learn ami Gas Fitting. W orkmanship guar* ii teed I> RliOLTKA •    17 East Third street. I ash Iona Id** Tailor. Gentlemen will find it U> their advantage location me before purchasing els**** here. HUH I SEHN ll OIS EH -Conli N w#*rf. RT KOLPII, M, ll., physician and sur->. geo ii. Office, 215 Central Avenue, over Lyon’s drug sUire. Office hours: 9 Ut In a. I to 4 and 7 to H p in.; Sunday*, 9;.*io to 10:90 a in. liesidence. Centra; Avenue. Telephone all, No. 9. Calla may lie left at Lyons drug store, nirht or day, ami will lie prompt!* delivered ami attended Ut. A PASSAGE-AT-WURDS. SENATORS VERY PLUMB AND CALL WAX UNCOMPLIMENTARY. ANNOUNCEMENT Au active representative for SPECIAL yy ANTED- Diiukirk.and in every town int bauta aqua Co Sms-nor plan. Cheap rate**. I.ilientl term \ddrens EV KKKTT > I* KI NG, Gen. Agt. for Western N. Y-.tSfCt Main St., Buffalo, N \ . I~*¥ yo _» nor hi want a professional gardener and _ florist for pruning your trees, making nice gardens ami parks. Holland, French or English lins lei, write or call for Vandermeulen Hr* .s., 41*2 Canary Street, ami mm- what they * ai «lo SA I.KSM KN; Wanted at once. Local or Traveling Big Pay. Steady Work, stock Warranted, Quick Selfing spcciaitt*-" outfit Kl****. K\ lie rn-coe Ihiiim •••..iii f. .I ah. L.W ll 11-MKV, Nursynian, Rochester, N. \, I) It. CARY A CXI., . •    333    Lion street. General Hard ware. VV hi ie Lead,* ll Is, Painter's Supplies, CHI C loth", Gran te W are. A specialty'.of Sherwu. Williams Pa.ut aud Monroe range. 1 l ,*“    ?“    'd»sk'!«ooks,    ledgers,    and IV, ad kinds of hlatiks done at Dunkirk Pnuting Company, s and it) K. Second sc Rudolph moldkn iiau br, Cair. Third and Itiiflalo SU. Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me before buying your side-walk.    * Lf ISLEY A tv)., k    7    and 9 Fast Front street. W hisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. Robert mkay, Lion street, near the depot. ^ *«d Livery Stable, ter ills    °r    weok    on runeonable STODDART A CO., Patent AtUtrneys, 6Lrt Tilt St, Washington, D t. , opp I . ,h. Patent office. PaU-utn, Caveat* and ID* Ihmiich nee ti re*! I'rude Mail* ifgirtU*r»**l All I'atent Iiuhirimh comloete*! for iiUHleratc F«*ert. Information, Advice, and s|kecia! references M-nt on re*]iieet! <|GlSALAKv, Ho K\PKNSF.S IN Ais 'P’B J V A NCL, allo we* I ca Ii mouth. Steady employment at home or traveling. N<i soli* it-ing. Dutu'rtdehvcrtugand making eolleetitma. N*i Portal C'anlrt. A*blre** with stamp. II A FEU A CO., Piqua, Ohio. (Wish to employ a few ladies on salary to lake charge of my busine** at their homes. Light, very fa*ciiifttiug ami li«*altlifiii. Wag*-* IHI per week. Ueferenee given. i.o*m1 pay for parttime. Address with d imp, M KS. Al Aulos Walk KU, Louisville Ivy. l ur lieut or Nu Ie. lions*' corner Second ami Dove str**ets. Newly fitted up and in fine condition. W ill sell on easy term*. Enquire at the office of Martin Hester Co XheNipfcrmon Elders* Book ■ on Gjta Htr»ngth, buUI*<1 fir*« to urarm I ■Mn, sfffirAi TH. Crouch, tat uraud bt. Sew Aurfc Reid, j. w„ 194 Center street. Dealer in Musical Instruments and ftewins Machine*. We make a specialty of first elaas make* of Pianos and Farrand A Vote? OrgatiA, CA« GIEE4»RD, 801 Central Ave. (Up VT stairs), tie ne ra I Insurance anil Beal Estate Agent. Fire^Life, Aee-ident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention givsn to buying and selling Heal Estate. TY I :-:UPRIGHT GRAND.-: PIANO rah: r/ ha n pso .11 ks r I rind ii t WO HANIF AVTCRKH. EnTIIIK I NTKftlOR ( 'oNSTIM t TI<»N KXA4TLY UKK TNK (ii:ANN PlANff, ANN ON I’KKtiSK-LY THE SAME PRINCIPLE. Height If ft IS in; Width 5 ft.3 in; I n-ptli 2 ft,4 n Mr. Plumb Advises the Senator from florida I** Resign His Seat for Shame, hut There is No Prospect of Such a Consummation—All About the Florida I.ami Grants. Washington, Jan. l.Y- Tin* ii»t**n.*>li!i£ features of tin- J in Hiss Ii rig* ill til* s**nnte yt»<-tenlay wits a Lri-k *1**1 sit** l»‘tw«eti S**nat<ii's Call mill Plumb on th** Florala swamp land* r**s*ilut i« ma. Among the ex«s*ijtiv«* *si«nniutii<-ntions pr«*-Kflbvi to tin* s« :u»te was ole) from th** |»r*wi-A lit PIS I Kl I ll lei* I lug tile <-r*s -t lot! ut * oo.sulur buihliiigs at Bangkok, Siam. Hr. I 'all ralhl up his resolutions in reln-fioti to toe ('lainis of Florida under the swamp lands grant and the allegtsl unlawful nebs--lion* of lan«ls in Florida, chi w Inch lie spoke a1 Home length. Mr. Plumb, r*-|dying bi Mr. Call, said that tin* I ’nih-d Stat*-* bad grantisl to tin* state of Florida more than half the land within its limits. Sixteen or eighteen million acres had been grunted as s\*aiii|i land, yet tin* s*-nat**r from Kl* »ri*la said that now most of it was am) >le land. So mu cb greater th*' ietjon of th** Hciintor’s stat** if it had U'tray**! its trust He Mr. Plumlu w>hiI*I ruaigu ins s**«t iii th*' si'tiat*' if die were to bring forward such a complaint against his own state, after Is-ing t*s* inwardly to proclaim it «ai the stump vvithin ite Birders. The Clilted States lost juris* bet nui of th*-se lam Is w lien they sere traii.sferml. It did not tie**oUM th** senator from Florida I** impugn tile motives «W tin- *s*nimittee lii«*iiiliei> who had not agr«ss| w n h him on Ibis bill. Tis* senator lim! asked him Mane session* ago t*> report a bill to <*00111111 the title to oertain railroad lands. So til*' frauds wen* < 01 cloned nndet *** i tam *>»ndit 1* ais. but nev«*r iii speech. He ha*I fmjueutly ini limxl to *sui\let the senator from Florida of falsehood, “but.'’ Ii** said, “there are s*uii« ac*'usa-ta ais which are I* >e-t *»n th*' iuviist Mr. Cid I I will u*i< Is- mov*s|, Vtr. Pn-si dent, by Jins extraoiilinarv example of Hie senator from Kansas, to follow hts I wk*I manners or his c<*ti tempt! bi-m* this is. He (annot have a |*airer opinion of me than I have »if tis' senator from Ka?* -as. I have not lss*n iii the habit of violating Hie rules of ib-lstt** anil dis* tis stun. But if tile aenator thinks by his id)** bravado, by his s|M>liatio*i of Uh' public of th*1**** who have profited hy it. that Ii*? *tui intimidate me from d«*feiHling tile rigiits of the I***j*l«-«if my State, I tr»'i»t him w itll lh** *s-*irn aiel the contempt Dial lie «Ie s* rv*'K. The senator from Kansas has sjHiken without tin* tioitii. My rword in th** stat** «*f Florida is down. There is no Busher then? whom tie *let el ii Is who does not uttaek UM* in similar language ami denunciation such as he ha" use*! to-day. Furtlier, Mr. Call said. Senator Plum!* was sltamefullv ignorant of the subjeot and that it wa" disreputable t«» the senate that it should have as eliairmnn of the committee oil public Ian* I s. “a senator who n«*t only «!•*-femls til** int* n sts <<f the IsHsUers. lot shows his igiiotain-e of the subject sjss ially com-initt*sl to him. Mr. !>olph justifi*sl tile action of the |*ubli<* lands committee in the last «smgi**ss ut r**- s|sH*t to alike resolution of Mr. Calls ami Mr. Call diselainivd any desire to«ast an imputation on the committ**- TIk* aeoab* went into secret session and at 4 o’«‘l*s k ttiljtUIIMll. C. JONEN, 75 E. Third it, cor. Deer. Fx natal or Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and '^oked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and ATU HES, JEWELRY, AC. Bor the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. 4 rank t. Slap!. «ii E. Third st W **• hocker, Men-hatit Tailor. kl6 Cen lr si Avenue Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Mell!in A Soon’Piano with Patent Muttler, which reduces the tone to a minimum. Do you mar the front of the piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Mellen «V 80m* Piano prevents that. Do you want a genuine Grand in Upright ease? Then the Meld in & Sons’ will suit you. Do you like a pweet, full, found, yet mellow tone? Then the Meblin *k Sons’ will charm you Have you a taste for the artistic? The case of the Meblin Si Sons’ Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with has're* lief panels, is a real work of art. ami lit for a palace. Do you want a piano of extraordinary singing quality, and delicacy of touch? The Meblin & Bons’ oil these points will win your praise. But here we must stop,for our limited space will not permit us to mention all the excellent features of these superb instruments and whether you intend to purchase or not, we invite you to call and inspect the Meblin *L Bons’ Piano for yourself. Reid’s Music House 134 Central Avenue. DUNKIRK. N.Y. FORMATION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice Ss herchr gi*«*n that I have taken my son, Rudolph K*h'I». int** partncrrhip with inc in the furniture bu Simms, and that the business will hereafUT I** conducted under Hie firm name of Louis K*x*h A Son. I,or is Km'S. In sinh a cum tin* invoice is not a truthful "taVmcttt .»f th- transaction. It also often I «s'*'tjr" that invoices ar** presented at our oust* un house" ii is* Ic out in the currency .actually jmid, which is twit that of th** I country where th** merchandise waa pur-cha>*s|. This, under the present taw. would j not tx' h legal invoice, and eaux*** incon-\<'iiit'ii*e and trouble to ail parti** con-i terne*!. “’I'Ih*re is no specific r*>*juirem**nt of the j.n-s nt law thut the invcNce shall furnish an j a*vurate description of the nmrcbandtae, although such is probably tile intention of til** statute,” he go*** on to say. "Such a «!«>-I script ion is, however, essential to enable the rust*Hiw <*tli<ers to estimate tin* duties on entry j and to Ii*ii*I th** consignor a* countable for any j misstatement which may Im ma<le iii th*-111-vui«e f**r til*- purjMise of eva*img the revenue. It is a- necessary that the invone shall jwr-ticularlv ih's- rib*- Hie mereiumdise as that it j shall state its value, inasmuch a." mily *>ne . package in ten is, as a rale, ojiemsi anil ex-I ami.I*-*! bv the appraising ollWers.'’ S*s’tion 7 **f tile bill is a moditk at ion of nee-I Hon 2.VI0 of th© revised st«tut**s, which pro-j vidcs that when men haudisc is ailvaiaed njMjii appraisement IU j*er tent. or over, an i additional duty of ‘JU jwr cent, shall F*»* levie*l. Mr. McKinley explains that wlisre Un ap I jit ai^sl % aine **xc*<eds the »*rit**re«l value more that JU per i-eut. it is j>r«*vi*i«sl that Uh' »*i»tiv j may Is* ngard*«l as presumably fraudulent and pro*ssslings may Is* brought f**r *‘«Mi*l**m nation, til** burd-n of proof to show innocence of fraud li**iiig thrown ujxm th** inqiortcr 'I’his is practically a revival of s*s-ti«*ii UUU, re-vi"isl statiit«*s. n j* a1.si bv tis* Dith sis'tioti of the act of Jim** J, IST!, which «'oni|>els the gov**niriM*nt to prove atli limit is civ in suits I »r birfeiture the fraudulent intent of Hie I tipi li ter, amt lins thus matte it practically II ip Risible to s*s-ure forfeiture even in tile most Magi ant * -as* -s of under vn I uat I* HI. In fact, it is stabs], the sts'tMu r**ferrwi t** de-j«ri\c" the government **f tile ability to |*ro-t*s't its revenues or to do Justice to honest im-porti*rs. t bdl Hardy it is fair to assn tut* tliat an uiHicrvahialion of 2D |s*r *s-nt or more would not is*"ult I rom mere t-noramv or negligence* and won bi th-refoic carry with it a pn*sumje ti< hi of iub'iit to defraud th** revenue. Sts-tion \* is intent bs! to take the plat'** of seetion 12 of the miti-iikoiety act of June 22, 1H74, w hich i" held bv the courta to liave n-p**ah*d the pr* 1 visit ais of section 2,**>4, re-vi"* I "t,itat«v*. 'I'hc last named section fine \ hies that in case of fraudulent entry not only the merchandise hut its values shall Im* forfeit**!. Section 12 of the act * if 1*74, 1h»w- MONARCHISTS SCARED. A STRIKE THREATENCO. PORTUGAL FORM MAKING A NEW HASTE TO CABINET. ever, ploy lites for tile forfeiture of the iller defense of this Mist J chandi-*- only, so that if the imputer suc-doinain iii Ute inter*at J «xssis ui g**ttmg his good* tlir**ugh the custMin house au*! they have |iasH(**i into consumption, or IM»y01 ai idcutiticatiiai, he may es* ajie pMialty since the goodn onfy are *uhj**-t to bufciiure under existing law, which leaves th*' govcnuiH'iit without a remedy, no mutter how Hag rant the fraud rimy lie. The purpose of this Kxtion 1*, therefore, to * ure this defect by uiw*iiitig th** worda *■0 th** value therefor**” so a* to etuible the government to recover th** value of iiH*rchuii*li*** Ira ii* hi bi it Iv imported whi*h > u* pawed into (‘onsurnpt ion. This s**-ti*Hi is pra**ti*mlly identical with one emlsslied iii the Hewitt bill and th** Mills bill, aud wa" appr*ive*l by Se*-|-etary Fairt*hild, by whom it was originally suggested. He**ti*>n IJ provides for the appointment of nine general appraisers in h*‘U of f**ur general appraisi-rs appHnted untb'r the provisions «if Section J JJU*, r»«vi.s**l statut* ", the purpoN*,' is t<* *t«» away with the unsatisfnctory system long prevailing limier which impirters poiiciput** in appraisi-m**ntH and in many caaes nullify th- elforts of th** govern meat orti«5en* Ui *x»lhH*t tho 11 ut ie* on foreign merchandise (xaiU^nplaUsi by law. h**u*e y*a* a hill to A re- Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured •V AOMIMISTfRINQ OI. HAIRtS’ OOlBtfi SKCIHC. It can to given in a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar belee of food, without the knowledge of the person taking it; It Is atoolately harmless and wdl effect a permanent and speedy cure, whethei the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAIL8. "’e GUARANTEE a complete cure In every in»tanc«. 4s page book FREE. Address In confidence, COLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. ISS Race St.. Cincinnati.CF C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER. 3«4 MAIN RT., HUFF ALD, N. T. DEALER IN , WATCHES d mer, CliM-ks, Silverware, Leather Good*. KH1. ESKRA VISO, (SOLD (f SIL VER rid TING A COMPLETE LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS 3<V* MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. IN TBF HOU AFL Washington, Jan. LY In Hic terday Mr. M< lvmby rcjsirte*! simplify the collection <»f tlw* r»'v*'iiuc. numtier tif bills w«*iv intr*Hlucc*i ami fern * I. Mr. l*«*rkins of Kansas mciv**d that the h*>us*' go into committee of th** w hole f«*r the dhisi't*'ration of th** bill to provide for town ait** entries in Oklahoma. Tin* motion was b*st ami Mr. Adams **all«'<l up th** Sil**ott re;<ort, with the bill hi ft im-lnir*** ni«*mU*rs for l«>""**s incurred through Hilcott'n defalcation.    m Mr. A* lams a*bhvs*c«i tho house, hob ling tliat Hie sergeant-at-arini was a public oftiocr <duirp*l with tlw* duty of dislaurtung the salari*" of niemts'rs. Ile rcf**rrc<! to a defalcation w bidi mvurrt'd ill the t wet 1 tv-****'<*n*l ©otigrcss, aud to iii*' fact that the house at that tim** vot**d t*» rciniburm* tho memhera out **f the conting* ut fund. The question wiiH, win thcr mend** cs w*to to blame for signing their ns-cipts and should forfeit th«*ir nsHM'V f*n* Mi tieingf Tin* n**w inemU'rs had sign*■*I tlu'ir rv**ei|*b» Ivfore tla*y had any bgislativ*' |x)wcr t«i change tile law, and Ii** dadd not ms* bow an oh! moodier *x*ubl v«*tc against an ajquopriation to jmy them. (hi an inquiry by Air. Butterwort!! wli«'tli«*r any member liehev<*d that til*' scrgmnt-nt-anns was his (icraoiial agent, Mr. A* la ms said hr* thought tliat there was no such member. Mr. Hemphill of North Carolina,advocated the adopti**n of his bill permitting memU'rs to bring suit iii til** t'ourt of claims for the recovery of tls ir sidnn.-s. Mr. Hemphill op] H sis I the lull **f Us* majority betauwt* lie could fitul no statute making th** acrgeant-at- ; arms a disbursing officer. Mr. H<»lmnn con-t* st*si tis* pro|s*sitioii that the sergeant-at-arnwwasa dis!mr mg *».Ii.vr, anti *v»nte*d*'d j that Hh* fund remaining in til** s**rg«*.ant-at- j arms' safe alsi.it •    —should Is- divided pm rah* among memb. is \*.h*» wen- bcs-rs by th** defat-at iou. Mr. Bk*unt '|«*k** in supjort**! th** Iii!I of tile majority, mnl js'ii'ling furtlier debate th hous** ml.H'uriKsi. THE CUSTOMS LAWS. THE BRAZILIAN OUTBREAK. Fat tic it* ar* of the Riot in Which KM) Men Were Killed. Nr.vv York, Jan. 15.—One of til** <*orre-s|nindents of Mr. (’. It. Flint write* from Rio Janeiro miller date of lie*'. JI, Ism*.); “The nut!< ■ >k here i« not reassuring. lA**t evening part* of I wo regiments <if cavalry, infantry mid artillery niutiuiisl. They tore up th*- republican flag ain! hoist*"! the old iiu-j ie rial flag aud it required all the other regiments and artillery to sutidue them. They fought at th** Sos Uhristovas artillery «juar-ter till after 12 o'clock last night and IOU of the reis'ls w»*re kill."! and wounded before tile ixist surrendered. Twenty-one of tim ring!* a dees wen* shot. None of the commission*-d officers w«>re in tile mutiny but all of the non-otrninissioned officer* were. "Tile cause of tin* mutiny was dissatisfaction of the men with their pay. Th** {mil**** an* paid two milrt-is a tiny ami the soldi**.n* claim they were promised the same, but it was rais***! to not quite that amount. It is The Royalist Nyinpitililx-r* Fear the FfTeef si Henor i.oiup*' Surrender to tile Fu-|b*h Government—Tile Patriotic Feel lug l eading tm RI toil* ■>» uieiint I at ions. Mlriker* < elebruttng a Victory. I,oNDO!», Jan. 15.—Senhor Pirmental b making all possible haste to form a I’ortu gut*** ministry t*» snet-ersl Senor Gome* ami his ciMiferma ami his efforts ate a*“*x'i**rate*i bv Hie monarchist fear of the worst of til* political cotise*pi*'nee* likely t*i aris^from the surrender of tike Gomes ministry to the demand* of the Knglhtli government. The re* k-U*ss teuqier of tla* jssiple as evin***sl by th«*il resentment of the g*>\eminent's aiTion, in fatuous warfare upon He* British consulate at O|»oi1<*, is aWo an element of alarm to th*’ monarchical organization, in that it eX|*is»*s the *tvit** to iv|iriNuls for tile a>is «*f irtvspHi-Kiide rioters and r**m'As tho tension t**tvretifl LislMin and London. There is a striking unauiiiiity of agreement on the part of th*' r«‘pre*eiitativ«si of the MonarehLst and Ii* pule I Ojai i (untie" and factious in !J"Imhi that nothing sin hi I* I stuml iii the way of the immediate format!'hi «>f a ministry to deal with tIi** not yet satisfactorily settbs] questions in Southeast Afi i*'a, jM'iidmg the <sinsi*leration of wiii.-h internal ulatter* are forgotten, «»r held in alwyaiKv. For tile moment, at least. Monarehixts, R**-puldieans. Soi'uilists "••<* Auar<‘hists alike have sunk political, social and etxmoinic question* |s*ep iM-u**ath the waves of (*utriot-ism that now surge over the country and all are simply Portugal***. Ncvertheleas th** M<>iusr*‘hists rixilise th** value of exjsslitious I ct iou and for this roawai if for no other t ie* dalesmen invited to associate themselves witii S*'HiH- Pin lei it*d will <li*[ilay little hesitation t*i ac**q»l the n*s|*mtability ctmfront-iag them. Tie* isnitim'ntal (iri-as without ex-coption is HK lenin the nsir*1 of Knglaiid in Hie matter and ojM'tdy a*x*us** tho British gov-eminent of luiving, ofter tlw* manner *if a freebooter, w re^tol fn«n a Ikelpl*** p**w*>r territory, Int right to which sin' dared not sule nut to arbitration. I 'KI.KHKATI NO TH KIK Vim IHT. Tile viet*»rv of the (’h.-trlenn strikers was o'l*«limte*1 at that (da*** yesterday by JU,(YIU men, who J>nra*itsi the str*s*ts with liands of music, red flags, iuuiners, et*'., Kinging,cheering ami -J iou ti eg Ute police ware out in full f<ire**, hut tiler** was no attenqit ut vi*e leiiee, the only duty devolving up hi Hie guardians of tin* 1**000 being tliat of ismfiii-iug ti*) joy!vI ebullitions »*f struggb'rs witiun Ha1 limits of tlw* thoroughfares. A TKMTIMoMlAL OK GUATITl DE. The * lock laisirersof London are raising a fund to provide a magnitiiviit testimonial to ('arilinal Maiming on the oc* asi*»u of th** e*s-b*siastieai jubile** of that (>r*'late, in u|-prei-iatiou of his tailors iii their lichulf during the great strike. KE KUKES TO BATTLE KOH THE TIMES. Sir Fslward Clarke. (J G., solicitor general, ha* refus**! a brief on Itehalf of The TiiiK«, in the suit f«»r lii»'l of Mr. Parnell against that |Ki|M>r. The eiuprcwi of Germany lias ass ii rn* "I the management ami furtheramw of all of the **haritii*s iliaugurnt*sl by the hit** ex-Kmpreea Augusta. A vast vein of ism! has Iss'ii f*Hind in West Prussia, extending from bisuuik to Mogilno. A ooinjatny has I***!! forme*I t*> mine the j*r*v *lm*t ami tie* govern im'lit ha#* l**en appealed to for a * "Ones-SSI* *11, with favorable pr* is; ***-ta. Queen Victoria received dully bullet ins of th** condition of tlw* infant king of Spain (hiring Hie time he was seriously ill. AN OLD TIMER. Coart of Appeal* Derision In the Can** Arwtnat Ira I »**,«*ii port. Ai.bant, Jan. 15.—Among th** interesting derisions of th** **ourt of appals handed down yester*lay was tike following: In til** <-ase of th** (us*pl<* I X rd Cornell university against Ira I >avenpirt, as comptroller. the order of tlw* general term is modified and th** ixmiptrolle.r is dins-ted to issue his warrant for th** (laymcnt to th** university of nil interest from the investment remaining in his hands up to the amouut of the $J5,0UI) appropriatcil each y**ar rw*pe* tivdy; if tlw* aim milt ho mg agr*****! Hpon, the order to )»• (W'ttlcd on notice. The <T4.se haw Ik'cii on the i-alemiarsof the court since I SHJ. Tile app al was from orders of the old third departnw'iit, awarding to the relator a jK*re*n(*t4»ry man-damus. The facts iii the ease are undisput*"!, the cnv having lieeii sul»nntte«J in th*' form said that a niimlier of the oilier ('onaorvativc* : nf Hu agr*****! ease limier the statut*>s and Lih**rals have Ixxsl tamp'iing with the soldiers an*! were at the Ufitomof last night’s i>*w. This morning, early, Silverra Mattins, j Asas Martins, Bar** dc L*g'*\ Dr. Lima Durate, Dr. Ferreira V lamia, late minister of justmv in the bist Coiwervativt* ministry, aii'l Coiiinembulor Braga, on** of the leading uiei>-hants of Rio, were arrested.” Mr. McKinley l:ep**tts the Rill for Th* ir Simplification. Wakiiinoton. Jan. 15. Mr. McKinky, from Iii** conunittoc on ways and raeaits, sule mittotl to the Ii*Hi-s* yester*lay a rep rf on his hill to simplify th** laws in relation to the col-hs*tion of i-u.'t* ins. He states that 11*** obj«vt of the hill is to simplify the me ti sub* of bus-Imws at tile custom h*vi«c«- to ol>tain uniformity in appiaiscmcnts and in th.*' assessment of rates of duty; to }*r*'V*'iit frarnls. ami to secure a thoro*;.uh un*] iin|»art:*l enfortvrncnt of the custom" ami tai iif laws. Mr. McKinley revises *-a* h sc-ti hi of the bill ar.'l endeavors to *‘X(datii away the t«s-li-nk'Hlitks aiwl give th** reasons for th** varioii" chai 1 gos find addition*. Concerning section J, which provides that all invoivs of im-p>rte*l mcrtdiandiae shall l«e made out in tin* currency of tlw* pla*>* or country from which the importations may Is* made. Mr. McKinley says it is dew table ami ne*vssai*y tliat an invoice shall iii nil eases state th** actual transaction as it occurred lK*tw«s'ii tlw* buyer ami seller. l,ml* r the present law- the invoice must L* made out in the currency of the country where tlw* merchandise v\a- procured or purchased, although «onie other currency may have lecn actually used, as is fr«-quently the case \ 1 ge.int'iits in the SiiMilh Cs*«. Albany. Jan. 15.—-The «*ase *»f tin* Pe*»pl<* vs, John Snaitli, tlw* a*tst*mb|y ceiling *s»n-1 rn t**r, was up iii the supreme cwrt Is-fore Ji.dg** Fnrsman yesterday, and arguments weit'lwanl as to whether or not the stay of jir sssiinp grant***! <11 Saturday sh**uId Is* vin-atisl. Xttorncy Geiw*iiil Tailor app'ared tor th** p*ople and Me^si-s. Hale anti Fr>*tb-iiigiiam tor Mr. Snaitli. Mr. Hale insisted iintl the appal was blk*hi simply tor tlw* purpk-e «»l «L‘lay and to prejudice Mr. Soaith’s <-iaiin ika* p*mling before the btmnl of claims for th** Inlamu of the money due on the contract. The attorney general de-?ii* I that su**b wa* tlw ease and Judge Furs man *l"oid*si to continue tlw* stay. The le-cisi.ui throws tile trial over until next fall duds;** Bookxtaver'# Case. New Y«»kk, Jan. LY—The Bar association adopt***! tie r*'p*rt of an investigating *-*»m-niitlee to the elf,vt that tile **on*luctof Judg** H. W.Bo *k "’.aver of thee* airt of conim* hi pleas in til*' Flack .bvorce prot***e*lings was such as to *■»!] f«»r an inquiry by the legislature. A iswitniiJt***', < nisi sting of VV. II. Honihhiwer, Kliltti t* * it, *i * n r** D‘Forint I, »rd. 8'cphen A. Walker ami I*. C. L'dvani, wasappdnted to bring the matter before th.* legislature. Fin*lerick R. Condert was ♦•bs't*'*! president of the aswociatkNi for the ensuing year. By chapter LIO of th** laws of the United States, I HIU, th** government granted to tlw* several stati's, on certain ••auditions, public land ami land scrip equal I** JU,OOO acres for **ach s*Huitor amt representative 111 ("ingress from Um* r*«( lect ive state*. By cha(>ter 450, laws of New York. IHIi'i, this state aee**|)t**il the grant and revived its share of the land ami scrip. On** of the conditions l*eing tliat tlw* inc*nm* from this grunt should endow* at least one college by ch ipter 5H5, laws of New York, 1*<;5, Cornell university I lenin ie the sol** beneficiary of the tnist, ami as such, claim" the lietiefit" derived therefrom. Iii th* princi(ifil of this land scrip an*I fr*Hii tile lan*l sat*" I** -a n * fixed ut .*1X1.402 and is knowu a* the coil *-<• IhikI s**rtp fund. Iii 1k.n1 and again in 1**2 th** legislature afw pr*>(*riat***l front this fund #J5,UU0 for the university. The university claimed tlw* entire income from tlw- fuml, however, which *‘X-ceeds f*»r tlw* p*ri*sl iii queatiou the a(q»ropri-atwm by #11 ,(i07. New York Cr a teal Ftit; liter rn and I ireaaei* Witni More Fay. ALBANY, Jail. 15 A big St like oil the Central rood bi*tw**eu Nt*w York and Syracuse is imminent and that very soon. In November hL"t th*' eiigimsMs, flrciiwHi, brakeuwn aud ("•ti*lu*'tors iufonned the ( Vutral na*! authorities tliat they would not work over twelve Ii* airs per day utile* pod for the overtime at a special rat*'. The switchmen were pirti**-ularly bitter, ami wtien no attention was (end to Mw* request they stru*'k. For five hours there was not a switchman on duty !*‘tw«*en Albany aud Hudson and the signal wa" alout to Is* given tor th** whole line to go out when word was ns-cived from Chauncey M Depew that their terms had l***en accepted and that Is ***'uts (KT Ii*mr overtime would Is* pud. When the switchmen were satisfied the en-giiwers and firemen ask*"! for more pay ami a committee from this city \ isited New Y*>rk. It is ollcg*sl by the engineer* an*! firemen that tlw* Central road authorities agr*ssl to give th*>m    cents |K*r hour for engineers, and St <S'iit" for cowl in-tars and IO cest* tor brakemen; 17 <-ents were to lw allowed firemen. Monday was pay day <hi th** road, and when tin* pay ma atter made the mens |»ay up he (tut the overtime in the envelops* of th** brakemen ami conductors^ but not any in th*is*' of tile engineers and firemen. Division 4«i of the Brot herhis si of Fug 1 Hoers illume diatcly called a meeting and th** men r*e sp Hided iii la it)*- nunils'rs. Much imligua-tion wa" expr "< I. au l -olm* of th** speaker* a'lcg*d that Mr D**p'W had made a contract with the brotherhood to p»y tim extra, and that now at the eml of Uh* month ha had fail** I to k*H']i th** ngixsHiient, and no i-eoson c«HiI*I be obtained fi*nn auylwjdy in charge. A coininitt*"', headed by Mens*) Carl, waa H|>plint***! to go to New York mid find out from Mr. Jiejiew why tim extra ham mat forthcoming. Tim c*Hiiinitt*s* left last night ami their return is anxiously awaited. The men are quiet, !»ut say that Hwy will have the extra or strike. They cl-iiiii that they will Is* I tacked up by every employ** on tim road, ami that a general ti up will result. The road officials Imre ar*' verv reti.mnt, and -ay that th**y have no expiating hi t** make Qbout the apjmrent breach «>t faith. INTERSTATE RAILROADS. They Will Make An<*llter ttfempt to Re vise Present >1**I1»»mIs. New York, Jan. 15. A amating «*f the Interstate Con»m«'rc«* Railway Awxmiation vv tin begun yester* fey at th** ofliee of the trunk lilies Chairman Walker gave out an official statement of pr*x*aedings as tolloww: The roads represented were the Burlington, the st. Baul, the Northwestern, til** Rock Island, tilt* Chicago, St Baul <V Kansas City, th** Iowa Central, tim Miimcapdis *5. St. Lillis, tho Missouri Bardie, tim I'ukmi Baeifie, lh** Waliash. the Wis*x»nsin (Vutral. The hues not represented vv«*r*> tim VtchLsoii, the Dt*nv«*r & Rw> Grande, the Rio Grande Western, the St. Lxiis Si San Francisco. O. D. Ashley wm.** dw*scn chairman. After ilia-eusHioii of the repsrt of th** chairman of the «*x**eutive committee, a resolution ofter***! by Brceident Miller of tho St. Baul was unaiii-moiisly a*loj*Lsl, for tim a(»|M)iutincut «»f a committee eotwdating of tim various asw*M*ia-tions “b> rev is** present methods and organi-EAtinn and to |*r**pire a report to a general meeting, such r**p>rt to embrace a revistsl plan of organization.” The present exu-utivc Liard was contiiimsl until tim next quarterly meeting, the chairman 1 Mr Walker) to act as .-ole arbitrator mean while. A ref tort of the chairman was calli**! for under th** resolution nd«*pt*sl Ik-c. 17, iii rv-“(Ks*t to the contract lN*tween tim Union Pacific ami Chicago and N**iihwc*«:U*rn o*hii- Itallies. His r**j>ort was that said contract is rn violation (»f th** agreement, iii tho manti**r iii w hich it deals with rat*-" and divisions of through rates, as vv* ll a- in it." efbs-t upm tim distribution of competitive bu si ii*-ss. A resolution ottered bv President A<tan»s was ado|>t**d, that no requests for (tasses by ((••i s*his claiming to Is* in th** railroad s**rvi<*»* U* allowed except at the r**<pi**st of the preai-«l«*nt rtr general manager of a eompmy. No other busimvss was coiiKhlered amt the meeting adjourned sine die. THE MOWATT WILL CASE. (JiittfnlsTf lure*. New York, Jan. LY—A large crowd attended the Guttenberg races yesterday. Result**: First ra*v, furlongs:    Battcrsby    first, Howe secomi. Kink thin!; tim**, 1:J3LL Second race, :4 mile:    Folsom    first,    I»aii Lis-ie sc sir*!. Millerton third; time, 1:17. Thinl race, m lliug, mil**: Tyrone first, ('rispin Hts "rn* I, Ban Bridge third; time, 1:314. Fourth race. BL*mvtrek handicap, I mile: lima B. first, Rapine second. Bat Donovan third; time. 1:44A- Fifth race, selling, % mile: Lnn<Lss*r first, llcrmaii second, Falcon thir*!; time, I>40. Sixth race, % mile:    Hot    Scotch    first,    Nita W. occond, Mamie Hay third; time, 4 on tracts Avri»r<4e*t. Albany. Jan. 15.—St 1 jv'rintender)t Hannan has awarded these <NHitra<*t*: 570 feet of Glens Ka I!- feeder t*> FJo**d & Sherrill of Sandy Hill for #7,130.50; 9B fwd of same to same contractors for $5,734.50; rejiairing waste weir of same. #3,C37, to same contract-<*rs. The work «*f improving tim canal at Oneida wa- awarded to P. J. Kru;nru*lka;np of Syracuse f**r #^,<Jt*iO. The New Bort a ques* Vlinfslry. Lisbon. Jan. 15.—Senhor Pimental has succeeded in cx^niposing a ministry oh follows: PmiiHT and minister of the interior and ad interim minister <*f war, Pimental; minister of justl<*e, LoyriKiaz: minister of finance, Bianco; minister of marine. Arroyo; minister of foreign atTain*, Ivibt**ro; uuuiater of public works. A mn*-a. ltr»»wn’» New York, Jan. 15T—The applications Shij'j)cJ> sometimes fin<l it I made to the supreme court bv Harold P. (l>r<ll*-af_'»n Rrjccled. LY- to their advantage in a country having a depreciated currency to liave their invoices mad" out in that currency rath**r than Hie ourren* y of another country a* tuailv (*aid Brow n and others for a mandamus to compel tile Liard of heal I. ii to do away with certain electric light wires as nuisance*, has been ro-j«L‘tod by Judge La v re ace. A Railroad Sen’* Conference. Boston, Jan. LY—A committee fr*im the grand council of Massa ch ti acta Steam Rail-r*<a*l lieu’s Protc* tive association will leave B »*ton for Albany Friday next to confer w ith a committee of the men from the New York Central railroad with a view to federation on matters of joint interest. ML* W<*W'.»tt "tty** Silo Was STute to Divide Up l»v TUreata Boughkkephit. N. Y., Jan. 15. — Th** Mowatt will ca-e wa** ***Hitimic<I L*tor« Jmlgo Barnard ycst**r*|:iy. Mr. A. S. ('aseidy, on** of Mary L. Movvatt'a attorneys, t«-stifi**«l that she was not present wh**n the will was proved on June s, I SKS, hVaiik Miiwatt, a ne(*hew **f th** testator, James Mowatt, testified that Augustus Mowatt told him and his brother that their ntuuv iii til** «*st**te would I*** #T*,00U eu' h, and that when they came from their home in Minnesota they found that they would nss'ivo <mly #1,000 each, which amount they did receive. Mary L. Mowatt <s-* u(*i* 'l th** stand in tie* afternoon f**r tim*** hours, lier testimony was, in substance, that sh** was iudii<s*d by threats ma*Ie by h**r brothers. Th*'"-lore and Augustal)*, to execute ti*** <**»ntraet by which she agre*"I ti* «livide th** estate of her de* ease*I br«*tlHT, James, among his heirs at law as next of kin, the sain** us they would have taken til-* pi ojiert v it Jam's h id «ii*si w ithout a wilt _ I tie Dea«l!i»cl( <’*»iit imies. Des Moines, la . J.01. 15. The house v*ss-t**r»lay c*nitimidi the «l»x*dl<*ck <*n teui(*orary clerk, the live in*ie}v-adelite e.iueiising and voting with the D ■•ins-ra.s, notwithstanding that Ewart, til** Union I^tl***r m*-mL-r from Poweshiek, <l*xdared on Satur*lay tliat he would enter no caucus. On th** lentil ballot the house a*ljourne«i until to-day. In tile senate the members elect were. sworn in, when a motion was made topf*** tx*d to |x-r-inanent organization which was resisted by th** D*‘iii*N rata, who d«*"ir«"l further tune for consultation. After a lively discussion the whole matter was put over to t he af tom*» hi and the senate adjourned. It is now pretty generally conceded that Senator Allison will L* re-;.-I*.*-ted without serious oppowition. RO A I! I) KRS FOR JOLIET. THREE OF THE CONVICTS IN THE CRONIN CASE SENTENCED. _ 0 U Nullivan, 4 oiiglilia nnd liurh* Taken lo the I'rGou — Hume Sent Dark to .lad Iii Chicago—Me Way l*e Itelt-aeeil In a Few Dfio—The Knlften luqiieet I'ontlu ue*l. Ktsrtling Testimony. t'HK’AG*), Jan. 15. - Judge Me('oim«*U rendered hi- decision on the motion of the attorney* for tile dcf*Niae for a new trial of th** Cronin ca**** yesterday. He derided that John Kunse was entitled to a new trial. In the other cane* th** judge decided that tin* verdict must stand. The primtucni were then formally sentenced. The (iriMo)ivni' attorneys gave nouns tliat an n(>f*oal to Um* supremo court would lie taken, aud Hie court allowed them tune iii which to file a tall of exceptions. Tlw prisoners were th**n taken bock to jail. but a minute later Kunzt* wits brought Itack at the request of bin counsel, Mr Ikaiohue, who w anted to make a motion to admit hun to twill. Judge Longeiieckrr ofipoeed it and then wanted the boil (Hit at #20,000, but Judge McCotini'U fixe*! it at #5,000 ll** would have discharged him, lie said, if there wore n*> new evidence against him, but the stat* '" attorney had informed turn there w as some. Judge IxHigonecker intimated that if they let Kuna* stay in jail a few days lie might conclude not to bring to trial at all, but let him go. Ile promised to let Ute court anti counsel know tins wtfk an*I accordingly no effort will Im mad** to get Kuuze out ou Lid iii til** meantime. Coughlin, Burke and O’Sulliv an were taken to Joliet last night on th** 0 o'clock tram on the Chicago aiel Alton railroad, anti at ll o’cl«»ek were admitted to th** (tenitontiarv to lcgin tla-ir life tei'iiui of lienal servitude t*> tile state. MADE BY A SMALL HAND. Scratches on Mrs. KnHTcn’s Chin I ml bale rn Female Asaasaiu. Trent* >N, N. J., J mi. 15.—In the Knitfcn 1 ii*juhmI yesterday County Physician Leavitt, who mn*Ie tile aul*»|s»y over Mrs. Knlffen's tsyly, testitidi that he found no mark* of violence «*X(*cpt an ex*AN'iati<Hi aL»ut tile mouth, wtih'h wa#* of a purplish hue. There were lour scratch**, a(>|iarently tlng**r marks, on til© chin. The Iqs* wore kwo1I**ii ami might tatve (•*<*• ii bitten    It NeeriKvl tliat some volatiW* suhstancv had Is*-*11 appli***i to tim iMwtrils, but there wa#* la* olor to indicate what it was. ](*t tJi«»ught if Lf Mini Burs**! had ls*ei* «'hloro-foruusl die would recover in un h*air. Dr. Coleman, sIk» assist***! at tim aut**|*sy, testified that lie nu*.Ic a careful examination and Iou ii* I four scratch** on Ute chin. “The finger marks were so clos** together,” tie sal*!, ' that they u|»|s-art**l t*» have bell made l»y a "ilia!] hand.    lnde*sl, I think It w«iul<l be almost 11111 e*""ilii*- for a huge hand Ut have ium<I*- them.” Th# doctor’* statemcMt was tim most starts ling tliat lias I we 1 * ma*!** uhuh tile inquest te» gfbi - ■   * An ti Aliltruun'i XuIchU. New Your, Jan. 15v—(tx-Alderman Ii! w or* I J. Ba|ip sh*A himself ilcAit yesterday. He had Iswn a* ting <(u»s*rl/ dins* his term as alderman expired, Jan I. He wan worried nvcr bus I liers" troubles. It is said to I** a fact tliat Kapp was bankrupted by making small loan** to n**«dy constituents, buying lottery and fair tickets, etc , and he was very popu lur rn his ward. He was filially obliged to mortgage his -al<»on. Kapp went to th** war when IU yearn old, enlisting iii tim Thinl Michigan artillery. Ile was a mendx*r of the G. A. It and the Republican county ooui-inittee. Ile was 45 years old and leaves a family. _ Four Children Hnff<»«•**)eiI. Erie, i*a , Jan. LY-—Four child re* w**n HuffiM-ated by smoke in tim house of a Bol*-named R*>galo**ski last evening. When th* firemen arrives! at the lusts** Um* f*sir lit ti* on***, ag*sl ren|xs'tiv<‘Iy 5, 4, Hand l1^' years, were found in a dying condition and all cf forts to save their livre were unavailing. The motlier w-«Nit «ait washing, leaving the chil Iren in charge of her brother, who tssmm** iiitoxicatol, it is suppnai'd, and a*-cidentelly set tire to the Issl with his pqie. Huh 1 *1 of (’Isl ins Hwnrlng*. \LBAMY, Jan. 15.—The Imnrd of claims in‘Id a sermon yestorday after’n*sui aiel heard s**v»*raJ claims, 'i’he awards were as follows Vseneth Smith, for |s*rinan*-nt appropriation »f land, #*0; Zma Bell, for same reason, #H0; Mira Bray aum, same, #55; Wayland A. B**t ter, #55; SetMS’k Bike, #50, Edward Du Ihirpue, #75, an*l #:*0 f*>r l«re* of use of Inn*I by trek in (‘anal. All the claimants wert* from Port Edward, on the line of the canal Ruck us Appeals Ut Hie Courts. Albany, Jan. 15.—State Tr**asuri*r T)nn forth has Iweii t»ervr*d with the notice, or writ, compelling the re-instatement of Clerk Bhilo T. Backus, or making it incumbent, to show cause why he should not. Mr. Backus is a Grand Army veteran, aiel has taken to the courts to corap-1 his retention. The writ is returnable in thirty days before Judge I»arn*d in this city. The state tr**asnrer hopes to prove the plaintiffs unfitness for th* office, but th** latter’s friends say that lie will be unable to do so. The Grand Army men in this section ore awaiting the result with inter* st. Runners at New Orleans. New Orleans. Jan. 1Y—First race yesterday, % mile: Lido R first, Puente second, Tommy ll third; time, 1:15)^. Second race, % mil**:    Li ilia Loeb id first, Rochise second, Horrell Al third; time, I JXI. Thin! race. % mile:    Locke Ilaity first, March bum s**cou*i, Vat toll third; time, Ltd. I Fourth lace, 5 f'irlongs: (tore first, (Jean 1 second. Probus third; time, l:04j^. ERIE STORE. Why should tho months of •I Mi liarV, February and March bp called dull months? See our Bulletin of useful articles which are purchased at all seasons of the year, and which we make a specialty of always after the Holidays. The Brices alone are an attract ion without saying anything about the ('oil vcnienee of the po ids so need! ill to every House Wife, and the great advantages gained by having them to help you out in your daily duties. Our new assortment comprises everything in I louse-furnishing (woods, (-all and examine them. All Goods first quality. Bring this list when you come to buy, it'll help you out and us two. 14 qt. (Itai) paita.................... IU qt. dish pNiiH..................21c IO qt dish pans....................IOC Burt* house hold amimia........... 10c Sponge holder*.......     10c Comb A brush holders..............230 Tin jacket glass oil chum............21c 2*11, oil chum.......................10c Large Mild* ttlppern.............  Hic Sheet iron fry patiH (Heme)......... 9c Drinking dipper*............. 4    amt    5c Drinking ciipH..............8    4    and    5c lleav) cuke turners................. 5c Heavy soup ladle*.................  5c < )> Mer lailles..............  4c Large meat forks................... Ic Vegatahle strainer................. Be Larte heavy graters.............4c Decorated eitapedoreK  ....... fie Larga coal hods..........  24c Coal sifters........................Ilk) Large bow I strainer*................ 9c Best egg beaters ...............  IOC Coverd slew pant* (handle).........IOC Can filter*.........................5c Patent strainer fitter and funnel 15c Large Gravy strainers.......  5c Milk gummier*.................... de Flour sifter*...................He Gem Pana......................  9c Scalloped cake tin*................. 5c Dclatchahle bott un cake pans. .... I Mc 11* tate liable bottom pie palm .......15c Embossed knife trays.............. Dc Clothe* lines....................... Sc Improved patent egg poachers 45c Patent cloths sprinkler*............2l)c Apple corers.....................He Large steamers only................2Hc Embossed fancy toilet pails.........3Hc I qt. sprinkling cans................Hic Lemonade mixers..................Hic Large strainers....................  He Hest qt. milk cans............... 12c Extra quulity scrub brushes  ...... 9c Good heavy horse brushes..........IOC Extra Heavy cop pel bottom tea pots only............................29c Decorated I ambler carrier   .(hut Childs fancy jumbo pail...........He Luminous match safes.............10c Twin match safes only............4c A ( ar Coupler Ind«ir*cil. Boston, Jan. LY—At th© spinal session of th** grand council of tlw* Steam Railroad Men’s Protective union yesterday the com unite**'* report on draw Jinni wa* adopted. The Salford coupler, known us tho “frog-mouth” among railroad mon, is th** coupler recommended, 'file committee wascorn|H»*c<| of practical men export in cxaipling freight cars, ais! mad** its rep >rt after several moo Lbs of (M*)‘soiial ins]***taori and usa N*»tnliiNtlou« (tvport*1*! Favorablv Wahhikoton, Jan. 15. — In tis* secret si si* »n of the senate yesterday a number of nominations were rv(jorte*l favorably from the committee *hi (aihlic lands and th*-coni mittac on poKtoffi**eti an*I postroads. 'Th* nominations of Gen. Morgan, commissioner >*f Indian affairs, and Gen. EortJvester, super iiitendent of Indian schools, was not takei up. It is underst*ssi they will tm taken u; next week. New York Brl im arte**. New York, Jarl. 15.—The Republican primaries were held la."t night and poised <»tf (juietly. The Gibtw foeti* si had everything it** own way in the Thirteenth assembly di.* tri**t, the on ti-O’Brien lire were unopp**««xl in th** Eighth, and tile Carroll-D*xld (mrty tri-tjuiphcd easily over the Motaiey-Allen element ill the Fifth. These were the rally districts whore any contest worth speaking of occurred. A Victory for the Strikers. Birdsboro, Pa., Jan. LY—The strike in the nail factory of the Br*s#ko Iron eonqsinv has resulted iii a victory for the workmen. The firm has agreed to restore tile IU per cent token from the wages of ttie men four ui«>nih. ago. The firm has also voluntarily increased the wag*** of the puddlers to #-‘>.75 per ton. A Town (tiewit to Pieces. Paducah, Ky., Jan. 15.—By Sunday night * cyclone the village of I»wre, Graves county was almost destroyed. The Prrelivterian church and several dwellings were Mown t* pieces. A0*»-rt Giihloti’s family was butled in th*- debris for luAirs. A hoby was drowned A Fatiit Wrack. Shamokin, Pa., Jan. LY—Two fred, trains on th© Reading railroad collided Snydertown. A locomotive and ton carn were wrecked. Conductor Diefenderfer waa j kill -d and several brakemen injured SHERMAN’S ANTITRUST BILL. It Is A p|>r*»v*-*l by the Fltmura Co in nil I tea. Its I'riitliioin. Wahiiinot*in, Jan 15. Stiriat/a* Morrill, from the commitU«* on finance, has relen ted favorable Senator Sherman’s anti trust Gill, ii ii tended by Us* (xanmittea to road as follows: Tliut all arrangement#* mid contractu, agr co-in**! its, trusta or <s im bit tat ions )s*tw*«u core* •oration" or (s*rs*nis, mode with the intention to prevent full ami fr***# coiu|j«tition in tho 11 iii striation, traiwqtortatioii, or sale of articlMN inqstrti'd int/> the United Stat**H, •*' in the production, manufactura or sale of articles of domestic growth *c production, or domestic raw material tliat coni|s*te" with any similar art icle ujsm which a duty is levied by the United States, Intended for ami which shall Is* transported from one state or territory to another, for s*. , and al! arrangements, contracts, agre**-ments, trusts or comhinatimis I let ween js*r*-Hoiis or corporations inteixleil t*> advance the ost. b» the «tn*utiii*r of any such article, ara hereby declared to Is* against public policy, unlawful aud void. That any person or corporation injured by *urh arrangement, emit ria t, agreem#?nt, trust >r «x alibi nat ion may sue for and recover, in any court, of the United State* of couqs-tent jurisdiction, of any |s*rwai or coi-|s»rttti*>n a party to a combination des*'rilled in this •*:% t v* ic** the amouut of damage* sastameil, ami th** ••ost of suit. All |s*!soiiN entering into sn*-b arrangement, contract, agreement, trust or (bimbil ut Hon deocrilitd iii this act, either •rn bis own account or us agent or attorney for another, or us an officer, iq^eut <»r stockholder of u corp*/ration, or os a trustee, committee or in any capacity whatever, shnll Ins guilty of a high misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof iu any dinta-h-t >#r eireuit court of tile United Stab'S shall Is* subject to a fin** of not. more than #10,(XX), or imprisonment iii the (s*uiteutiary for a term <*f not more than five years, or to Isd.h such fi»ie and imprisonment in tho discretion of the <*»eirt. And it shall he the duty of the dl*lfrie# attorney of tile Unite*! States of the distri«*t iii which such persons reside tai Institute tim I'piper |M* s-eedi rigs tai et) force tho provisions >f this acta CHARGES OF CRUELTY. The Superintendent of the Slate Homo *4 Providence F. generated. Providence, R. I., Jon. 15.—The whofe matter of c liar gen of <-ru**l an*! *iji(ir**ssiv« treatment of the children iii the State Home and in school by t h** superintendent, M. O. Healy, came tai a head yesterday iii UM meeting of the state Ismni of education. Th** inveHtigoftiug committee report***! to tile Ivstrd tliat the result *if the first hearing "howe*I that. Hie charges were not sustained and Hint nothing was disclosed but wliat in Uleu judgment some molification of existing rules will remedy. Siqs rintendent Hraley *i"ke*l for fuller opfxirtunity to preaent hi* si*le of the case, and tim investigation was accordingly re-opxmed. 'Hie committee now rejsrrts that they ara unaiiim*sis in their ojiinion that their judgment, formed at the close of the first meeting, was a correct one, and that the adion tak* *1 by the committee at that time was all that the ('frcunistonoa of tile case claruand. The inquiry was set on foot by Mrs. EUzo-U*th Chase, a well known (dulontropist, who v.as iustrumetttel in the establishment of th* -*1ksi1, and a number of cottaga managerx an*] ex-employes who have not Isseu ask ad ta in*“*t tile committee, have mode statements to the press tending to support the charges as > originally made. For Finest W all Paner call at Monroes. ;