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NEW-YORK, Till USDAV, DECEMBER ll, 1884
PRICE THREE CENTO.
Iitiirtrt itriniT r\rs n>Tir.* \trrt nn
rTuOMrSON STILL IN OFFICE.
M, WQgnUTIOHS MAPI BY THF. MAYO*
. _roV corxTY DBMOCRACt iriiMiti M
MM Ttl UK IHNOMINAH II-111F.
a rt'
-noMtraoN
sairnrci coswacts.
,,?,], aii"n< Issi City Hal' yesterday
,| t! o crt'.it iuiI'^i' interest tn Hie notion i,f
V r,'rYl?" ""' "", Alrlaraaanln regard la lha
,i . BMinilMionar of i'ublio Works std
?.i?-.-i <'f < i1''""1"
.?r..arsli..'i I' '"""''? Th* "barning ft,">
Maraja4aa -it ??? "rt"" M't<'?l ,,r:"'
,. |.,.tr,i tai iii<<i fi.lui night.
naraaarl realerdaj ?'""""* *bnl Iv* Rnpublwnn
i,tenn n lia.I i",r" I" rHinfarenre al Uta Holman
',;,,.? iclll H"> BgVtttt Of Hilbert 0. Thompson
,tc , . rt,.,lenient.
ronni) !'? ?' '? I ' hai ?'' "" ,,,', ^,,v"' '"
u || ,,,,,, |t icc lalla I l?t.' 10 lit'Ulll t rilllM-all-ll
a| tl.l- Wu il. l'??l !?? liH'liihcisi.f lli.'i'H!aiii.-.ili"ii
, ,?lh ii?u,,-iii Hun iii'-v aright ba abla
. ,?.,. ?,. f, r l.si Ilma, Wrel Iba
,l,?,v|i,.??.,ia,! \ll.?riii.'?.li"M ?<"! 1'V Mi -' '??li"?'.
??..iiti,- names ol Mr. Thomoooa f-i CotnuiU
?',..,. r ni Public WorVa, ind I'.. Hoon Ucomba ler
i,.,..?,mu, I. rtiiui.t-l. AMeiMOoJaehneandO Nell
? , ,i,-,i n?- Marts? Diat ba awedbtoeh>e.''
,t(.. ,,.i?n al tl,,- Ci iiit.v Danaeeracy, and thal ll
naatbeaBOjrretondlog t'?-'>t be wotild treal fairly
ill Hie Ih-inoi i.iln' .ii?.r,ii.'.ili"ns li'-'' nMfyM i"l
ll,c.
!!? Mien Do ran IMO- jeni BTgaalzatton treated
!' Mja.iine iiin Yea know, Mr. Mayer, H'.at the ma?
ni.,;! .,t ??i-..f.-..-.l/..'1-.'i fae.rel cm Bill Mr. Orncfl
? isasMU-ated bj laeoHitens, anal t" kave nominate*.
cn mi .mt part .-.mill univ have lad !?? mar iii -fr.at.
" rn.- M.,i..r I du nut kati* a.it HjuI. 1 Hunk Hie
i, .nc n.-'i a,i,.,i ! treated bm unfairly.
jahn i:. I), twila Mat H. olney. Williara P.
Uttebelf, A. J. W'luis. Baadalph a Martina mid
jana J. Ketaa followed n-maftet the sidemen,
?fr, Perolia aouooiMed tba! Ibey bad niuo to pre
Btal in babalf af th- Coaaty Democracy Iba
i,m.is nf Masers, Tl ompcon au/l Lacombe. Tba
(,'ouuty l'< na na'v. la' Said, hail honestly BUp
vnitci the Mayne, mid their wtsbea t-iiould ba
seeded
Tho Mayer said that the County Denncracy bad
given but aa an] i" rt, bm bad nominated fm Mayor
the only [irmiiitii titi 1'ci.mt al who had boon up?
ped lo linn wbest he ran. Ho Kant ho reft-noil to
Willi un I.', (iiiue.
Mr. Dorelia aaW thal Mr. flraoa wea not tho aom<
Mee of Ibe County Deeaeeraey, bntof tbeCitisene'
/Ksiiriati'ii, arbnaa nominee il bad adopted. Thara
vero M>iue Bambara ol the county Deiuoeracy ?bo
at irM warn very arneb op poor-d lo accepting tba
iioui'iirc of tho Citlse-V Committee, bal belter
fudgmsal .-uni, niinsoi aroa riled and tbei gave lum
iln-ir ad boroo es, Tbare waa aa eboiea far tho
County li.in.it ia.-v exceptto tobe Iba nominoaof
tiVe Ciliaens* AssoeintiOH or he defeeted. if Mr.
]'. I .mi hail rt, a iv. ,1 tba nomination of tho Citizens'
i ".cuntt?t- ihi Tinnily Deteoeraei tronld han- rap
parted Maa,
Tl,.Mac.i I li.1.1 not Leen In affea two tiiiinHi* Hf
fort tin ?',,indy H, lianany ht-i.Mli to li.r.c* alni li. Ililli
?t> v M-ltii i ti j 11 :.t. Vim- nf iin< c.tv Democracy
li'..ili'1'o Ila vi-. niue lien loy ,iltur In , niiMlll willi ll,.-. I
|. I ..ii oiiL'ai-'.iiu nt with one nf them nc,ii> a feai aga,
uni Se iinl no! keen it nor make mi apology foi m doing
VIkii I Ii,ic is hu ii iii|,-r?t sin 11 nu lutm sn ia i, I liane a il ll
Ile mali, nt ON .aili Ul keep lil* nl,;l,;i,t li,lc, I t li li,lc I lie
t'oaiity Hi hum r.n > luis lain ln.il.. m il- SbltgaltOUS tn
nu
Mr. H.-vrlln Wini un* lt who failed to4Urr|, blsentraai ?
ie bi i Lal n* kunw lil* name,
i rn Mayer?11 was William C. WWtser.
h. , iial iiit-nili.-iH miI'I timi Mr, U Intt.t-v was imt u
in. rni,ei .,r ih. Conniv n.-uiiiiiae> onraniMUloe,
I'll.-Mayor Tl.I* ii lin- tiri! time Ucl ant nae ha*
r .Heil ,,n mo linni ic- (mint*/ luann, rai y m usnl/.i inn tu
|i, soul tin* name ol Mr. lonni poon,
Mr Hriilin ll was iiii.l.-i-t.,, ul until <|iiitt! rr. .nih
tii.it vii ia manson oroald be reaomlnetiid hy you.
Ilir Maj Bf I n,-i ,r un uihIpi ?tuu,| ll.
Jii^n at'Attemesjr oinoy mpoko btioSy bi faror of
C"l Miration ('.BS) I.aroiulMt uud Ml. Ibompbun.
The Maror I will be frank wita yeo, gentlemen, Ida
ma lull-nil tu liomin.ile Mr. Tliniiii'iiin. I .lo Inland to
..?ml |n lin- Alili luna at I |i. Ill tin- ll.tlll.-* of I.OIIllll.' ?*
fur C*.ioiiils?loiu-r of Pnhlle Workfl sad OoT|s.ration
I ..a.i-i I Hilve j anail! ,.Una ll ann. "lit v"'l Wlsk In
ii a at fioiu *s lil.Ti lu inala ii wi. cilnn ni plate ul Mi.
I I|IU|||,K<I|, |
Tba eiiniiiiittoe conaolted for a minnie, andiron*
Iboshaklnp of bendall wnaevidenl (hat Ikey could
uni ii?iie,- on any MUM? <. Tbey replied to tba
Mayor thal thara wMnottaaa loooofot arith lha
? roof tba rn ta ni/.it mn oror ethel nainea They
then arithdrot* aorrowfnlly.
.^onii afterword tba Mayor aanl h note to Mr.
Develin, savins thai In order lo uno tho committee
linn- to sir roe mi iithi-i nairn i ami preOMi tlioin ho
noni.I Withhold Hu- lioiniti.it io 11 ?* flinn tho Ahli-l
(neil for n tow dav*.
lill Voil - IN I IH Mil USU.
When the aiili-r moi aaaamblad tbs ronni was
sacked with people, Tba poltea U?-;ii outside
tii.iiiv us m.nc aa laiun in. Prominent In Hie
'iisn'ii-i wore Senator PrederloV S, Otbb% .Ioho V.
Ii-'i.l.ky, ri - Mil, a ni in John W, .la, oiius, Colonel
J.'im w. M.miiail, Coroner! Martin and Levy, and
i cs I*. Gilroy. WiHiiii oas, dlatouce ol the
ti .iii wi ira ni >*! ot tba loo il polities! leaders, Mr.
rbmnpaon'suossonsen wara ioho so.n acatlered
ir 'Ililli the , li.imlni I t-;i<l \ to t'nllt lllll'l Iii* (?' In lulu
lha newa if anytblag wenl wrong or needed look*
Broiler. I( wis Uiioun to hmm. of tim landers
Illili l.o MayM Would liol semi lil any names, hut
niu.t oi Hi, ti, i,-iaaim- I ii ill,,a cill until lim Board
tiljoiirtuil.
Tba Boord waa only io session f,,r half an boot
mdpoaaatsoma eatapectaat miillora rhea Mr.
Milter uinv.-il tint tao I'.o.inl a.ljoiirii to I'ri'liiv iii
1 i.'rloi-k.
Mr. De Lacey nu,veal to make it Monilay. This
wa- lost hy a vote of 11 to 1'.. Mr. Miller's it-Milu
liau waa loot by tho hmm veto, Mr. Grunt moved
towlji.iii.-i io Saturday at I. Mr. Jaohna moved tu
ambo it Monday nt 1:30. M#. Sbaila moved to Inj
the amendment OB tba tallie, lins was lost. Tba
rota on Mr. Jin Inn's ino! iou w_s di,incl a test
mle. it was earried. aa follows:
Airs Aiiienui ii Cleary. DaLaerp, Jaehne, MrQnwIe
[?"Nd. Kellly (County H..i-raoy), Miller, H.-arsnn,
Hotl.uiaii. Mill.--, Wendel (Kepubllean), McCabe aad
K' ? . 'Tan..Bj I. Total ia
Najs |-|c?i,i, nt Kn k. Al.lentieu Iletniisev. Hufli
Fiiilu'iatt. (irani, MkeU- (Tanjmaayl.i-Tnck, ui'oaaor, au,i
Salle (lt. publican), and Karie v (tounly Ucuiocrucvl
r?.tai io. Mr. MeLoug-ltn waaakosat
A gael Seal of linportoooe waa atta,-!icil to this
MOI bf many persona lt lix* act:ept?d liv tfie-ti
ssprK.t tuat Mr. rhompaao hat oaooaoded la
Mptofhhftve ampohUaoa and two Taaasmaay
Aldermen.
Altoi the Houri adjourned th? Tammany aaoss.
ti.-i.s h.i.sie.1 Hcce.vesiti elMMaSiug a call t,,r u
ip.-iiai aaaolnur to ho bold ou PriSay ai 1 p, In.
Ihe 1 rieuds of Mr. Thompaoo ivei? anxious to
leter tho iiioetiuK of the Boord (o ss hue a dad- aa
.Kivsihle au.l refused i? sie;ii thi* call
B in u the MaaaboH toft tho City Hull
?an were univ eiyht or nine ,ICI1U.
aroaottoekwd to tba call. It roqolroa a amlonty
?f the Board toonil a ipoeinl aMoting, and twenty*
our hours' iintii- must ho given. I-MM oho un
sui i.it,e ;,ir tl,.- ntoetiag dave until noon today to
"blain thc nOCOaaaty iiituatuies.
Boineof (he Kop ihiici'is insist that 'J'ainiii.inv
Hail sh.miti agree lo siva tba Roaublienua tba
Bepaty CouiOUasiouer Ol I'iiMic Woikaainl a pail
Mine pntroaage. I here u a wjoreuieat ou font tu
'?'?'"?e tl? Mayor to iioiuuiata Police
Muire ( h.irle* W.-aio for Comtutssioiicr. lu
cnr?of Mr. Walde'scouflrmatiou lhere would Ima
"?"??? Ji-.sticeship vacant, wh'oh the May ir cati
nu ky direct appointmeut t lu* meaney, dm 1
toWIcausaay. ihould be Ulled lc .
ina Corporation Connml mighl hi
f'n. if thi- plan isa
Iiouub ll au.
1 auimany
"""?ii tm- plan ia acceptable to the Mayor thi -
nepublieana lieneve that i eau bc . arri, d through
?Uecewililly. I ulrsfl Man,, tic,,. ,t this billilla
?i'r'*i! loiluriiiK this weeb m early in tn. coming
week, ihoy say then is meat dailgei that Mi
?namaooa will obtain mob control ..i the u Bioritv
J ?he members ol thc Hoard thal it .ainu: Im
?b!-en off.
, ihtjien u?t ninth doubt that the Mayor wonld
C____f_rfd (Jei.erai 1'ortor ami Hunt, |? ( ,,|,. UIUi
K_**nioaa] to scud iu tbonomlnatiotii resicidai
ttl'** w.ou,d certainly ha?e hean l^je, ted ot laid ori
?""'abla. lu case tb.-.r weis laid on th- lani-ur
?,,"i,Vp ,'n ???'"millee they Might be H-lallieu
-.nil the end of tbe year snd the Mayor w nit fud
?MMtll unable to do anything. Ile has been
strongly Advised to make no nominations until
tho ten day*' han has been reached unless it can
tu- shown tani th- nemineea will ho continued.
cummin ts on inn BITUATIOM.
A good do.il ol i ointiiont was cauie.l hy tho course
ol histint-AUoiuoy Olney, .Inhii B. Develin au.l
|iisiiiei-.\ttoiney-.dei t Martino la urinnir Thump
son's nanio upon tho Mayor, ll was said hv in:inv
poisons that only tho Influence of Mr. (liney ns
Hetti, t-.uiotnov prevented tba Grand Jory wbteh
tovoatlgatod Mr. ThOMpaoa'a ofBea from pre*ent
iiiii Indictments, mid tint its strong uralgnmonl
nt hi* idMlalatratiOB OOgbl at least to have k' pl
Mr. (ilnej it i n iii :i u Th impaon'i reappointment.
rh- fact th ii ali ot ti,,- mdli i ueni* found ngolnal
r inpaoti s an herd I ti ates remalli nntrled bj ile
licM n t morney was alan tim snide* t ol cumin m.
One report which him much talked ni',un was
that vol.-. ni Lum ni the retention ->i Mr, I homo
sou nen- woitu us Mitch BS ?0,000 om h. lui*
e.i, ap al..ml a ' Im.i.lle" Was he.tnl on evei v sui...
"I ilnil BM1, SSld SI M.li tniaii 'I'uoni.-i "nhl H
uti mid lie ic-H'i un min li In I Iminnami In remain In
lillie* tilltll Ml initii- cmie* in. Mu nil1 ne* ol np
i.it I ii,,in,..ai, tit- is too smart a mun and hat
nm much at alaka to take any auch hm,icu on kia
I.,.. I, "
I in-, opinion waaaipresaa I in ntliera, hm before
the elle, ii, un i M.I* ?i. t Ile e * pl il I la I lull WM boa til
on nil sui. * lt was st it.ai i,i ii well-known noll
Iii a tn us follow h : "I lui.- has I t-iSi a .1. Hillock lu
the Aqueduct Hoard on certain nuestton! in regard
lo tim !lt|l|cduct I'lilltlllel*. Ml I'lnunpsiiu ll in
leen inxtoiia tu da certain thmga in favor of ms
political friends, bul luis hen oii|ioasd bj tba
M.. ,i i, Controller and iiimt her I'ommissioner. Tho
Hoard is just about to nw uni tho
cont rsc ii for bniidiiif^he - itire aqa i lint. Involv?
ing ..n cxi cnditure of milli.ms of dollars.
There is a pee tliar pro vision in the law which does
not require thom to ba awarded to the lowest re
snonsiblebidder. A majority of tim Commission
can award the contracts to thc bigheei bidder, ni
to any bidder whatever. You can readily see the
opportunity tin* otters for favoritism. Wo ai!
know that 'the expenditure of the twenty or thirty
millions of dollars which this- work will Involve
not only means fort once for the luckr perenna, but
moan* also the control of great rs'ln icu! patronage.
Now, aa matters stood yesterday Thompson could
not,, ont roi t lie a \v;ui!s. Hut to-day Controller Orani
ii, nt mit of office and the new Controller,
Mr. 1.1,CM-, become a member of tin- Aqueduct
Board, ile waa nominated liv Thompson, whoex
PttCtS tO gel his vole. Now, lt ls -leal il tn tho ad
vantai.'e nt certain contractor* tokeep Mr. riioint'
son m office until Hu- contracts ar- awarded. Thal
explains win all bis supporters in the Hoard of Al?
dermen voted io adj oura um il Monday and against
Axing an earlier dale (1 is the present intention
lo award tho contracts on Saturday. In fact.il
waa si,,,p..sd that tuc, would be given out to-day,
hut Controller Loew naked lor au adjourn.n-nt
until Saturday."
In suawei lo :.n Inquiry a-, to a Im tim ? anti i tors
were th il Mr. Thompsou d -nod to favor, tin* gen*
t loman sa d :
" The principol in the nebeme is John O/Brien, of
Dutchess County. Delias pm iu Iud* under thc
name of O'Hi hui A ('hui. and Hemon Clark, otc.'
Mr. O'Brum Isa well-known politician, formerly
a un inlier ol I li- Assembly. Ho was elected a
iiiemi.et of ihe Demo, ratio State Committee a bec
Robinson was (lovernor, and was anpooeed to be
Hi. nilly lo Tainui inv when eic. Iel. Hut
Im afterward joined iii" ratiKs of
th- MoouinK-Thnmiston Democrats, and soon
aller obtained ral nellie contracts at tho Clinton
an.i King Ki lin Prisons, which tammany ehsrged
wei- rewards for political tr,-in h-ii. Gorernor
cleveland wa* nrped to make O'Brien rluperiii
teudeut nf Public works, bul owing tn CBrien's
reputation as a uoliticisu be rcfuaod. There wai a
good deal of scandal In renard to O'llm-n's and
smith M. Weds connect! >u with the contracts al
the Clinton Prison, o'liia.-u now tarns ap aa a hid*
dor lor aqueduct corn reeta,
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TUE CHARGES AOAIX8T THE SHERIFF.
A hearing will be granted to-day by 0ov?
ensor Cler, land al the Executive Chamber to the eeonsel
whorepreoanl the Cltli ns'Committee ls the inaner of
th,-.-li.ices ?,;,nd .Hi,.-rill Davidson, charles c. Millar
uni tn- preonnl snd Wheeler ll. Pi rkham will at temi also
If his professional en-axnmcnis will admit. The Kheri",
Is sm use1 iii makins orel chartres anil false repreflenia
Hull* lu rel.11 Inn tn I'ie li m-|...i t.,1 Inn Of l'l I-.I* (mm
thc I..mi.-in ii,,- cunt* .-uni m reference lo reports of
convictions ninda M th* Secretary of (Hate, snd also ,,t
mismanaging i,n.Hom Street Jail. The charm ire
founded ..ii r mass or lestlmony taken hy the l<.evett
tm ssl i 'aili ,? io.nnillir.-. Uannsal fm- the Sheri fl has
matte a motion (j,dismiss the ehareea, and lt I* mi Hil*
motion iict the hearing will in- had.
DISCV88IXQ PRISON DI8i IPLINB.
lill- iai\i kui m r. or tu i i. i*i si at CtllCAOO
i iii a i !ti n i nt i iisv icra,
hiv tm a-uiiipii ti iu?. rat sosa. I
CtncAoo, Doc l". Thecoufcreoeeof prison
oin. iain from all patts ,,r the United states, wak k ht ia
here yesterday, resumed Itu session to-day, aad the
questloa nf " The Organisations of I'rlBtmsand Kefomi!
torlea " icc taken np for film nealon Prealdenl Cassidy,
nf Philadelphia, held thal no ometal should he emploi ni
who was over thirty-five years nf age gkllled meehan
I, -, he Halli, ina.ll- tile I.esl |M I ..ll lilli. Illl-I.
Crucial Nupci in ten,lei it lt m. kum, of I Ililli a I ie fm ma
inc, .|mi.irnngly against corporal punishment in lt
n ll llmlli e sense Ile ill.I uni Inil.-ie Ulai one HMH In
many iiuiiiiici* ni reformatory otltelal* waa ni thc
propel iiis|Mi, ii i.uni 11 .mi,, ? in apply corporal pun
Iflhmetit willi thu best effect, i ? ? Inmates or prisons, oi
leti.i nial.e ??? u i i e .,, hal.hum.I as mit lu lie flcusltlvi III
., t'l.tiiu.ii hi i uiiiiii.iiii.il ot iii ii Ls Bgaiasl ilnil. tm had
? un.lu. I
l!..l len |'. tile, nf ('nhl ia Ll I'en 11 ell I lal | , Sa 1.1 I hal lu
ll i Iii ii; ai,,,i fl .i -le,,, nf ie i ,. I . mi || ., , ll,,- .al, un,
li,.I iliitei, ul ui,ll,um. Inr well Initiated prisoners,
.Hal Ih, pn . le e ll| .1 ll, lil lu Ml. I" .e||, al I,li I
lou lui I. live Of mu, ll ia... I I'I, e .pe., kel Inn a, I that
ah ? Inti ;.a alon r whs i ugnii.li n ,i i., thi lueaus,
I,ul la..' ll SCI m..I lu Le lin' ll Ililli!.f lie ally la. li olin
ul lilian lu Iii ?cullie ile ll cm ot I lu- n ii ants
* -
AN OLD OFFENDER l\ TROUBLE AGAIN,
lin 11 i ilk ii il V01 t\v ii na sr.i
Ht i'i vin, Dec, I<?. Seal McKengne, who u
few muutie l|(U WM UM In lille.itu lui w.ir.h-r .ml
... ipili i ia i. waa to-day arrealed al I lum ai,I for aa assault
Upon lanni Ile l.-icie. ll < lan l nj ant, fl mu Nen York.
I.l,** lil 1,1 M. lc.cue ale t w ., ol lier men, ti lille Int. ul
rated, called on Miss De La vere ami wanted their foi*
tums i,,i,!. Khe declined tu have anything ta do with
them bul Bunill gare way to MctCeagee'i Import-ul-xs
iimt ii. nt iTiiti han to her luuins leav laa al! companions
aud a cbauibannahl standing al the door outside Ain-i
a win". Hu light mtlie room waaextlngulshcil ami tbe
rlsll mi aul il.(eil tor Mm. Collins, thc lan.Ila.h . I lie
servant girl bearii Mi Keagne suv. " I will paint ti..- ^a,l
?aUIi i.i.t ii you make any noise." McKcagno rushed
sui when lue door was .named and the jHillce could not
timi bim until lu.lay. lue UuforlUliale el_irvo> ant ls
dangerously ni.
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SMUGGLING CBISE&E INTO TBE UNION.
|01 i i.i.c.mi ai TO nu: Ikiiii >k.]
St. Tai i.. Dee, 10.?Cblneae are now being
smuggled seroai the Ilsa from Dritlab Coltuabla M large
inui,h. is Si i. .al piciu. ? .a. in the im dness. a sloop
arrived In Beattie, Washington Territory, yesterday .ii
i.etii fium Victoria, with twentj two <Maaasea oa
hoard, who n.-rr landed im thc brack north of town. This
iiifnrinatiuii reached Ihe ofMcer loo bite fur kim to make
.nj aii.sis. Three or four iloops un ronstantli engujnil
ii Hil" HU esl tiutlie, auil large uumberi ol (Lui,.un. n nie
hu.inri,t t.. An.iico, sull ic-ii week. limn employes
un the regular steamar the (mugglen Weep posted bi t,,
itu- moveuenti ul tin revenue cutter sod thu*, ia.ic cap?
ture.
?
FROM PAUPERISM TO COMPORT.
lav VSLRGBANI lo nu. thiiiim: I
Cuicaoo, Dee, IO. Mis. Id:i Proelieh, whoso
husband served la a Leulsiaaa regiment, and Waa Ol
eland laaaae in is.;s rmi,, injuries received in the
aervI.e. has received notice thal she has been allowed
?".hack pension anti win receive |7_a mm,ti, bere
?ll|i She and her buslmnd eau,,- t,,,,,, Ifaw-Orlcani
after'the close ni the war, and ber povertj prevented
be mUl rew-iil y from mak i.?m,| . ,.,,,?;, ,?,.?. ,,IS,.'
Sbabat! foul .leen dependent upon ,?,.,.cl i,,, .Jar.
has be. u living rn a kotel rn thc m.Minn, purl of th"
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UNFINISHED H A 3HIX010N Mos OMEN i M.
.it Tii.LiiiiiH in uk raiaoiTB.i
Washington, !><<?. IO. -ThatwoVVaahfaogton
nouumenta, tant iii Waflhlnaton Bqnare ami n,ai un
? ii .in i.-iliinniint Park, neither nf which has
icon completed, have raised eoaalderaMc disansstoaot
ate. Tl.!"? In Washlagtoa Square im* never rises
thora the foundation and .vin thai k boo covered by
rraM and earth The monument for Oeorgn'i lim wblch
- io i,e i,um nv tin Sm uti ..i the i rn, mien, l? making
linne pi... .. . BUll Profcaspi ISlllllUI ri ll J. ol Illulia, who
? muk I tu; I bi -taine, i, p, .fi, to the lot-lcti that he will
Iclivcr the Hone at Hie ?ncclfied time, Ineioatol ilir
nm.um, ni will bl St 711,000, Bil "I .lil-lilias been Bllb
i- nie .1 aud i* boo In bank accredited to tbe ?octety,
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sr oho ii ARR AIO NED III Ills PARTNER.
Ill* IRI.K'iHIl ll 1" THS Iflinrss |
CllicAoo, Dm-, io. A KciiKiitlon lins been
anted hythe aiialpiuimt befbri thc I" aid cf Trade
electricity. Hie pian la lo Blear eoe af th.- Western
Inion nip ? and attack one ead ta tba motive power af
,C ... .,!,,,,?, v 1,. ll,.. It,,,,,lll,u, 1 C. ..IC-..,,.1 ?,ll l?.
8U8PH lois DEATH OP A OOFERXBSS.
mr rOtBOBtm ii us i nu- vc, i
St. Louts, Dee. IO, Tho Midden death, nt
B o'clock laatnight, of Eeae Alma Magoo, a haedseaM
brunette, ls tu,- booae of a weil km,un ahyiWaa im*
cr. aled ninell talk. The young OOOUM caine tn (lill city
from Minmi, Mo , an I iva* ir,.verm-..* In tim physician'!
hooae whew abe BMde the aeqnalotoooa af u yeoog man
ami wm engaged to be married to him. Thia suitor
learned thal the giri had been betrayed before be toot
\i, i ami lins e iii-eii iiim to hi'i-ak th.- eagsgetneat. She
dh-.I milli i Mispn-loiisclrciiuistaiiecs. Tho cor.r unit
the puiie.i h.ne the bom in kana and an oats win
prohsblj he made.
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A DA I IV NEWSPAPER soi.p.
tm tn i. ni nu iii nu: i it nu: sri
Ci t \ri ash. Dec 10. ll is mild that Tko CU vt
land PftsM Deossr, the pewioerstk srgan Bl aortbern
ullin, hu* lu sn ??.Ll lol. I ld Ll. n. ut nlein ill-, lin
price paid fur lt riinimt i.e Bsrertnli I a W Irm
?. ?. tin,. ? : ii, /ci ;??!,, a a il
thlitj jen''. *,:1 rettie.
director* of Titer ?CUCOCB, BJ III* partner, sn?s?>
iinmcrcaiiHIc rmi,lui I In Hie neill, lu. nt of tho denis In
MeOeoeh'i faaMM kuri earner, Prank CHI toolee ap
Beared for MeOeochaad pol in the pleotoot the ttede
will, li Peter Inui ri fin. d lo lettie with Well* WM a nam
hiing deal Wells's representative said : " This le a Ann
way to olav the hain act," The plea baa been urged IB
behalf nf McOeoch that this itateweat was made In a
vv im uii-in conn ami Hint lin Hoard ol Trade cohan] take
inn-ill. lion, li i- thought thal be win be impended. ..
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77//: rt BB RECORD.
BURNED TO nilli il nv HER BOM
mr rataoasm r<? ma Minoan I
Sl'ittMii ti I i?, Ohi'i. 10, .Iminio Moioo, wini
lumheru mit ni Imi- a I the keeper nf Hie Imi, I de i lil Hie
cn , .led I. t. ,.l ,v fruin Hie effects nf hum* ti e in'.l In
Bill nilsen dahl Iii liri pl ec Her SOO '.lo>" ,.ol lulu il
fight with mts ot the trainee. The young nmnMlaeda
llahted mal nil lamp hi. wathat raahed i" aad wu*
struck mt Ihe knee hythe lamp fha glean trasbrokeu
rn,.I Ihe burn.I flo wwi over the a.n's dr* is When
ti,e ti,, m ? ii ? i e nu,i,tu cu, ,i ihe woman wai moated el
u,,. si tu ,t i h. ,. nan im ? I,, i i,,i a untie In agony and
in, ,iii died ll. i sun will prohsblj be li< ld lui man
alon l.t. r
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tl \ I' IWl'i'iH.'l VMi UM.Ml N I III U'NI.O.
Pilli vt'i 11 tn v, I toe, D>. \ Ara brokr foti
in Hu-*u si,,,, building,occupied b] ("sik in., ers i
C.. , ut un c ii h limn inls i.Bing .\.l,|<,.ullin Hie
tory la a mn uf eight, throeatory brick boueei kn as
I.,hi. ml. place lin si imus ? n. ie le,cul.al In tau,III, s
III lilinilile elleuiietan, es v. lui managed tnc-eai-e ililli
Hull liles, hut could not 'es,atv theil luana I,ul,I |O0dl
A < i)< i i 11111 _- Palrhaab place ls the hal niamtfactorj ol R.
Morns A (n, im. upper win.Imi* .,( which look gre
flinn Ihe heit. Clark I. ml lice ,1 lo, ...innate theil
hiss al -ssa,ihiii ; ms.ir..u.-e. 000,000. their lum,lunr btv
ionsatotbe H ll. Hailey estate antila .slued al #00,
Olin ; pal l li insured. Tai-dalli.ic la-si !!heiO hy inn BM
water mil piuit.ini> reach fi!5,000.
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A BLAZE IN A BTKAM8HIP.
Savannah, Dec. io. -A tn waa dlaeoverod
In th,- hold sf the steam-hip eily of Augusta, which wa*
lu haw salle.I fur New-York lo-.lay. Ahuut 1.00(1 haiti
of cotton Mme either portly barned or damaged by
ii.lie iii,, in-. t>> ihe cargo will be between -san.ian1
ami 040,000. Tho vessel is eal) alight!) damage.i.
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A l!A1' l ist CHURCH BURNED.
Nninoi.it. Ya., Duo. IO.?Tbe Baptist Church
at Berkley was destroyed hy Mr.-tu nu ht. The mum
la anent gi.OOO; partial insurance. The. MOM was a
defective flue
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minim; property destroyed.
Centralia, 111., Dee. IO.?The engine j
bowse, (rac rn, an,I offices oftlie I eui rulla coal minc
were bunted bud Bight. The lire .Hil nut set Into thc
mini, ami Hu -workmen below escaped uninjured. The
total ins* in 110,000 | Insured (ur $."1,0110.
A TANNER. BURNED.
Utica, Doc. 10.?Herne* ?V Co.'g MOOM
River, Isiwla Count) tanner] waa burned la*t Bight
Tin- Ins, I" .??.ninan ii ai inuu *,.;<?,lion ii, gad.OUO.
A IK H's]-: ANO BARN BURNED.
(Jin i:ni il.t.n, Mas*., D.-r. 10. -N. Austin
Smith'! bona! and bars la Sunderland, wera destroyed
hy lin- to-night. Loss,00,000; partly insured.
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DEBI 'RUCTION OP A CIIURCI1.
iJiii'.i., Dec IO. The Preabytery of st.
Feliclen, Hake St John, na- ilcstruyel tn Un- la-t Bight.
The Her, Joeepb Olrard leal ererytblug except bl*
library.
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AFTER AS ELOPING DAUGHTER.
mr r.-'.t.r. irtiiM t.? tut. Taini-SK 1
PtTTsnuRo, Doc, IO.?Thia morning a.-* the
train fruin the t;.cl palled lui" Hu- Ilium Depot SO
elderly gentleman who proved to be Colonel Chaster F
Valid.-11t.uk, of Philadelphia,emerged from a ilccplng
carand hastily made hi. wai ta lha depot restaurant.
?|..., 1,-pm i.-t h.-?.aid : " I bare adaoghter not quite
nini teen years of ace. She le bright and people tell me
ni-, pretty, About three years ago while sro wet* ,.i
St. Augnatlne, Florida, abe atetayoong tbeatrtoal bmm
Barned Chaunce) PaMfsr. We saw thal ihe waa groa
lng a tittle ton fond of him and took her
away. Tnnu kniislolt-.- Hui never met agata .Ililli
within a few weeks si the Couttueatal n..t.-i. pwiadal
piiia. m here iii> daughter hod gena io visit her eosiotn.
lt seems that the) mel nearly every erealng for a week
ur inui.-, ? fm 1 mi wife was cognisant of, bot I wa* not,
(tue day ina got a telegram, ostensibly from her son! al
Rom hester, u-kuiK ber lo earn 11 lhere. Afn-r abe had enuc
I found a anti la oas al her dr.-** pockets requesting!
Bleating in lae hoi of the An k Street Theatre, ead ilgned
with thc trademark Bf lha bnalBess house
In which Pulilfer was engsged. Upon InrrstlgaMon I
ti.un.! fiat i... 1. answering the dnarriptlon ??( my
daughter hail put-elm isl a ticket to tWhester, bul dil
covered Ihsl a Indj resembling her rery much hud
t.nhl s ticket to Dclrali My wife then told mr aboiil
fn 1 -1 f. 1. iel 1 at. started for Detroit, ami um mi my
Hal there now." Pul ucl.njuuetlon willi Rd wa iii
Cia 11'm.-. m a nu a, I Ila- I JIMMI Upon, nr Cm11 p., uv during
t ii. 11 ii 1 .1 si ison Hun in managed "Noorla" tor Dart
ley Campbell Ile ls at present sagsged In tnertaiitlla
luci e's. Yr-te 111,a. morning he ai ilie.l li, tl, I-. elli u?d
,. .1. iel at tin--ec niii Ai,-line lintel it.- Informed
Hie ? lilli lll-lt lu ll. lille. I Ihe I.e. t I, ...ll, III lill- I.,,, f,.|
himself mid lad) li 1 Indy accompanied him sim was
uot visible during tho da) Pulilfnr avoulcd hu ih,.,i
h. ni ii. amt In Hi uvculuglefl tho ? it j, having twu
11. kee im ii- troll
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A TIGER ll ISTISQ IS A BOG PEN.
rtlK tNDJAL SltOl ai 11 it KILLIXU A mm uri; OP
< AMII.
lal ni 1 ..it icu m nu ilma bb |
Dayton, Dee, IO, Thepooploof Alexander
villa, a lillie tillage near lins city, mic (In..un Into ..
state nf .lin. -nu ni ihU morning b) the ippearanM of a
tiger, which had eoeaped ti.un Bette Urothara'eirena os
t in- nay to wintering quarter! at Ottautbaa, fho.baaal
na* inst discovered ..I ni,,ult mtdalgM, whoa John
gotator, llvlag la thc Mlamsahurg Pike, ut ti..- Mun t Line
Kallruad eroettug, heard a terrible boom m winiam
lasher's hag 1 en. He repaired lhere tu icc what wai
causing Hu- noise, and oas larpriw d by encountering the
Klariag eyeballs ol a largaatraaga Meet, it raised its
enormous head ami bleed] lowe tram a bog hut dy tuc.
niel beside 11 'ai another Boa in. rilli turu to pieces
kelsi,a- anneen sollie nf the lielKlitiors. A lill, na,
loaded iiml Hu- paity marchi .1 .lunn tu tbe pig pen.
l,fKlu r 1,1,,/i-d away .and out Jumped n tiger and escaped.
Ai daybreak the istrty started aol lu pursuit Bf tin
iiiilmal. Iii lucius of blood Hu-men tracked ll tu Hr.
U'east'a boose, a ball mlle distant, where tbe) killel it.
Betides tearing four af Ustaer'a bega to piece-, tbe
animal also killed ? number ol iheep aad other cattle,
hui lt altai ked ni, human heines. 'Iho ligar was bought
in India, ami rmi He- hIjoit people $7,OOO.
A SoV LL n.AN TO OPEN TBE EXPOSITION.
Inr m mrum to tut. TnilOTgg.il
WaSIIINOTON, Doc IO.?Senators Lamar and
Hampton and Representatives Van Baloo ami Brashes
rldi;e, a committee representing tho iiiitiiiigt-rs ?t lin
Naw-Orleeee Espoeltloe, to-day welted upon tim Praal
dent, un.i urged lum to conaeal to riett New < irleaoe and
fonoally open the KxpostttOB. Ho. replied that lt wuiild
he hepeeetble foi him te co there at the tiara giad for
tbespeatogi YU sall that lt wa* his Intention to \ lilt
the BsposttloB in January, aad ta remstaeoe-edsys,
but lo ga st th'- opening would deprive hun ol the pleas
ure of a prolonged visit, as he would be compelled to re?
turn Immediately. Toe committee then ur ked the
Prealdeot to consent to open the Bspealttea bf
EMPLOYERS AND LABOKEH8.
THE Hoi kino VAIXET BTNDICATE,
ih.ii uti*, wini mr, Misrim ano OTfIBB cost,
lillie? nu. cilMMtBOABV m paiitmi n I.
pit rauMajini ra iuk ramona.|
Cn vu wi,, ii,.,., m. A ,.,,ii-,.fip..ii(li'i!t nt
coiiimhu* telegraphs thal aa important teetora of tha
"' 1*1*0 Valla) h..aw i, ? .len inped which plaint) In
dieule- Ulai ll,,, Wilr llf t h,- si ,,.l i. ale ,, ?n|-,|t,, -.a Ina
agalma the minara, When Ihe pi.if aiming la the
eight and tea feat reta* af tba ttoeklag Valley le re?
duced lo DO cents a (,?,. m, four ,?? Hie feet
vein* ena nontpeta with them and stael eteM
up Tklilswhal the sm.ii. ;.t.. c trying los.mtptlsh,
","' N bi uni wholly a wai between the Hocking Val
ley ?lh.leal, gad Hie millee, hut uh,, l? I it. en III, Ile. k
lint sari mi,, i ,??i ii, 11, \m? .? ,|,, ,,,,. .,? | Valle)
11,1. si.u,,?l ii,,, p.,,, and Nve feet veins are
,l,li cn mil nt lim market as Hum,, iii,,, w,?k Iii th. ni cn,
not ll*.a sgt s r... than IO cents pei ina Should thia
.lld h. ana. mpll I,el th, l|,?|. ,, V Ile] c elle ,le Will
.""I Ike . mi th-i.u ?s ii,,, standard DU Cniupen] i na
na < tin ?n w, n,
rorrespoiiih m ?, atmltsrtlle m mis Ihe milano, ile
.'on nf th* workings of the Commissar) l> part.il
.he "' i" irteraid Diatriel n...i, Mlaera1 Aw ill imeted
\s-..chillon ara kens aad Minta patal ali auppltas sra
-eui I I"' 'll-.li I, I niinpilses Bl rullli III,-, sh iitiim', Net
???nvitie, nm hi.i,(,., nm,saud Rae. Murray (in,
Happy Mollow, Uugotratha, llaml) K.lb am Uta aad
ravers!agtallerplaeea The lysteei uf dlatrirtlugaup
[liles Isa,In,H.i'C- la Us,III,-1,-n, t The del I ht ls divided
lui., live .iui-i,ne Rrery Wedaeeday BOBtmllteea ur
tin,, or nra from Hmm five points meet ami divide thc
.Pta of the week President Evans soys thal lhere
are represented oo tho commissary books about -.'(1,000
mou. women amt children. These Include mani 'outside
nf thc mlnera' families, such aa belltara, haulers, eic.
( "illili.rn- in.uali |u ,,.,., ill0 .?m,|,m ii,,it 11,,. rate
of fCl.oonper week. Thoaverage ince the commissar)
wa* established In .luiv bsa lienn pli.OOO per wei k. A
huge proport.I this relief bus i-aini from thc adjoin
in^ >?>. lt district In ihe Sunday Creek Valle) around
( rn nine. Now contributions .ne pourtn. in from all orer
11.until. Divlsloai ure malle In Un* latin. Bach
11 .ne tn the districtempmytagtwenty -lenlaallowotl one
delegate, Back miner 1* coiintcd B"turu." lt h.-ha-a
bo) to help him lie counts two "turns," but no inc cm
draw more than two "turua" though be maj have four
ur (ive boys in his ramil) all workers,
Mien- I .-? sample ?? turo." A miner, hi* wife and Hine
children draw for b week's subsileuce a quarter barrel
s..i k ut ilnar, 1 in.e p.,niels of cogee, sugar, two pound!
ur s.,11 ni -moi,,,[ meal, one pound eulie,-, mid sometimes
om-.pi,na, 1 ? poiimi of lea lin Central Committee ile
nilcc itu- moue) on this hssis, and supplies uro pur
.in- d nf tm-.ii merchant! At each local point other
c.munni, ssuperintend tin- dh brion among tuc fiutiiln !
In cue any iliss.itl-f.iciiiin ari-.-* the r.ominitteem iii cen
be reduced tu the mnka, and others more acceptable te
the majority put tu toeirplace.
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THE OPERATORS CONFIDENT.
All. ITS MINIS lu OH VVdltKlNU NIX! WI-'.EK ?
mini ga in oouwr.
mr Tr.i.r.oa At-ii ru 1 ia nuanna.]
Cnl.lMI'.l s, Deg, lH.-'lli,. lillie.-ts of tile (',,
lui,iles and Hocking Coal and (.Compaii) .iud nf the
niiin c.ai ggehange, ai.igdonl to-ntghl toot the
loni -inke ls about over A Bamber of miners were In
the ell 1 t., da) and ulm Of them uiierei! lo ?.;>, tn Wort and
said ihe um,,11 men would elaogo to wort, If the sj mil
cine u,mai ..me them BO eenie a ton without boring
mern rigs tbe contract. Aaothei Baked If the lynd teeta
would md agna ta a eompromlae. The officials rapHed
to thes.i overtures, thal Ihe day Im compromise
na- pel, thal IhO) ha.I al.mit WOO thc hattie, and could
mu ..Moid lo iiie.-pt lc.ii* flem lime.pured. I lu i
Killi- Hie millers lo uiideiMand lhal they hail 1.100 men
st work, and could ont) furnish Oort tot 300 more.
They ali.-di had CttOUgh iiu-ii under COUtMet lo start
e ic rv mine they mr md, and this they contemplate dunn.'
lu 11 btw dujs. They -aid Hey inri- BOO loading
mi nu average I7fl ears of seal a day,
and lt was ill.,e.| at n'tv cents.
A'l.ueni t.. dav ?? 1.1 ?? Dial planned guilty M the
charge of throwing a atone al a locotmiUve at Curtain
Hill, amt ivietiin-.i tn Judge Krlcsuer g.10and eosti .I
sent tn j,,il for ten days. ?? trunk " Stevenson from Sand
Kim, pleaded gnilty of kl'llm; a heifer belonging ta Ale-.
i.ndei .liinlpi 1 ami was Hurd fad ami e.,-ts with thirty
day* in ,uti. I lt rt h mea are io ne oommltted until the
, 1. -ts and Ital ll nie paid. 'Uley ure nillleis.
The Nelsonville Coal and Colt! Cnuipaiiv to day Hurled
s fan " ol miners lu the mine ai steepy Hollow. Several
old lulu, ri neill lo wnik this Worulng lu I he llnmk*
Illili.' In ai N.-l-,.-, ville sud mme are expected lu follow
II..-ni >n1..Hy. lin, Minn* Coal (.p.niy, operating ut
ssiut Hun. 1* arrangtag ta il art its Biluei early next
Week Hillel pillia.-. ll.lei.I I Ile I alloy uri .|u| ll e I hil
lame thing amt lt ls believed thal neurl) e-..-iy mine will
be tunning by Hie bitter pei t "f nest week.
ADVANCING THE PRICE ol'corm v.
mr nat.,.min rn rm: rtunu*iK.|
Ai et 1 v, Qg., Dec, 10,?"Over-production "
la bo lenger theeomplalnt In cotton manufacturing cir
ch*, tu Auguste tho deina.al for IBO la-l few days has
SWSpl all c...,ls from the market. Ill,- In-ui . ItoOkaOtUU
plain, d ol la-t spring and siitiuner arc Mid. The fMtoriM
are refusing big orders ahem I and the tide lia- tm ned rn ul
Ki md tillie* lie emiline; " Cut tun gOOdl .ne following Ho?
ran eullun," said a (iielorv president, '? und priee i BM
advancing lu ri ipou -<- to ti, - ai tin- demand awl because
ul Hm I, nv pit,,- ni good! mu ii tl.tined all si, nu mr um I un
ll BOO "
At u meet 11,i? nf factor) preatdenta, comprising Mr. tftok
man, of the (ii.iultci Illa fa. tor) . Mr .'-lilley, nf IheSlbM)
.1 bangle) nilli*, Mr Pluiil/v. of the augusta f.u ami ,
un.I Mr l.t.-, of tin- Kl., mill,, lt w IS una ulm.ul-ty dc
. 1.1, d lo advouco the prlcea ur a.la H to ?a wwi Tbe
uri.niin, lutlea In lot! now range snout ss folio wi!
I t sheeting, k% centsi 7-S sheeting, Hi ..-nts ,a i shot
lng, ;i s ri nts .hm*, ll. mn., md Uti iii ui.jcents,
i.t th, mill? hii.1 ill I e.1.1', mil.d pi lees ,,nd sold
lt-fun i- ti these llgures, ami all of the mills have boo
i n-i nu i.. i their agouti In Nen york lu advance tuc pine
Bl good.
BTRIEERI REALIZING llll'llt POSITION.
s.n nt Nobwalb, Cimn., Dee, 10, The
imaring ur the uriklng hatters ha* uadergnne a marted
rbaage In the laet twenty-four hourn To-day they nut
their employer! with a smile ur a respectful Minto, The
tiianuf.i, lui, is ..ie surprised at Hie change lt I* possl
ide, hut naree ly probable, thal the striker* have laaraed
Hist they c.uld md ol.tain muk imw if Hu v applied fur
it. a leading maoufaotorer whoa aefeoi t<? ?t-y how
lii.tlij hand* he mqulrad, replied thal few would .newer
InS purpose. When asked to espials, he sahl : "Itt.*
bow too late to make a nen line of lamples ami people
who would li:ic- boaght ,.( rn, up tu Hie Ilrst nf the year
hal e heel, compelled tu ITO bIBCU hero. We lui!., lin Hulk
now for the strikers. Our leeson will not bogia before
January and we will then gel im*y only by degree-.
lhere In lui prospect nf our heine; in a position to pruville
wort for ali the striker* ta addition ta "ur new banda,
no mattel' bow hui! ne univ he. onie Simm of the strik?
er- talk of eiiii.raimt Thalia the wisest coarse they
can pursue. There bi act wort for oil of them herc,
ino mule hon union men arrived today.
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TRADE AND LABOR NOTER.
Sr. Louis, Dec lO.?George C. KiaibroBgh
A Hun, dealers tn huts and cap*, Hied an assignment to?
day. As-et- 0-0,000.
gossans'. Her. IO. J. K. Tulles A CO., elolhtag deniers,
Nu-hiia. N. Il , uirer their sndltora 40 Mada on thc dollar,
which wm probably kc accepted.
J,i?cph M. Wale* .V Cu., dealers iii Iron and iteel, have
.--aa- tutu taeotveacy.
Wah.nm in , Conn., Dec 10. Interviews with a large
tiutubernf brass manufacturers, published In Ihe dater*.
icmi, ibow Illili, nhll? business ll somewhat light, thc
reoeral oiitluok ll cond.
NawrouT, Dee. io AM tho empleyM nt lha ltoperie
Hatton, aroepttba head* of deportments, win he dis
?barged this ereuing, owing M tue lack of funds.
Toot,Dec. 10. Thc eitenelre sewing nun hine mirks
it Plattaborg win sturt ap sunn with a mn force.
it ha* been decided to run tbe Ptatteborg hu?i farnace
1,1. uniter.
Host.iN, Dec. 10.-Tho Bigelow Carpet Company, of
/linton, one or the most eiteuilve i.cami in Hm emin
:iy. tu day reduced the wages af about 700 of Its
implores. Tin- reduction I* fruin 7 lo 9 t" r ecol.
in ism nu, i. in Tba Ital stael workers struck
to .lay agataal a 90 pereeM raducttoa ht wagoe. Saierai
fact.ni's ara running with apprentices, who have taken
the planM nf the li.iiriieytncii. The Western Null ASM
?latino met ticluy and rciilllrnied tho card rale*. Tko
?eastlea of rate eUttihg croat, ri a lively discussion, and
tin- in Hun nf certain manufacturers was severely crlt
leteed, bat no dettalte actton was taken vi a atectlaa
ul the u.hlnei v moulders, to take action mi the recent
|5 per cent reduction ordered ta their wagea, n wai .le?
aded io lake i.mied action, hut lo leave ii to the Indi
udna! membera. Thi* ilnuaily amonuta M accepting
the new .cale nf wanes.
LaWAMM i. Haas, Dee, IO -Aredaetlouof 8 per cent
lu wagee la tbe weaving dsparttoeol la tba Brarstt Mm,
if this iii) , In BailOUni cl
Ni ii nm i is*. H.-c in Uliman, Abraham A Co'l
tatton tullis, wkleh abut down tinco month! ago oa at
munt sf daprccatoa la trade, hare ie.nm. d.
A bibm MMttag nf rlguiiiiabtiio. raUed fur tomorrow
night, propose protootlng agalasl the ...lupin.a nf the
ti..,!) between spain and tim United -tate*, which
treaty, the ilgnersof tba call My, would be the nun of
then trade
Kau Kn ni. Mas- . Hie |i> At thc monthly meeting
?f tba spinners hut nlgbt $30 OM rated In aid nt the
Hm kne v,i i te \ mi m-t- A telegram oas seat to Sanatori
li' ji and IbtOaataaktag them to von lu tann ul tho bill
which cornea np In the Hemtte tudu. Tho union roted
to begin, u* un etpemncnt, the publication of s monthly
Journal, ?
BOW DRTsOOODB BUSlNBSfl tfl AITF.cn? D.
BALABIBS OP ivti-invis itt |.t i t |? in K>MM l.Aimi:
m w-v t>itK Bonana,
Then ii ii general depraaeioa In the dfjf*
goods trade, rino to tba tiosiag of milla sod lha gloomy
character of tbe Muthera outlook, lin* depreestoa ii
rc. m. ii cd to hue . icu rise to a rednetlan af from ten to
tn, nn i ia .. ni in nu- saiuiic* nf the employes ol mveral
large dr) gnssls nooaM la (hi* rtty, Inelndlng un. i,
lteedACmdcy.il ll. llafiln A Co., .uni t. tn. Welter*
Cn VT.m icpoiti i railed n ?ti nlav upon wveral
pmmlm nt dr) .i* men. bul obtained little dedalta la
fm ui.itiou III cuiiliiiiiall.in or In ihu'al nf these numil .
None,however,denied that then wort reriuettoitB,ea?
i ? pt .lames M. V Uk ,i, ol |; H .Initial ,V lo . il lui .leaned
knowledge cl funeral reductions, either In bli awn at
nilli I Hims
Joseph ll u, ti.-,-mid --wc hara atode redactions,
bUtslllipl) ,c a m.ilni ul n,i-i-. . Ihtaklag Ulai the
linn .ld I... ii pl nut tm i. I. ,-i -.Min than I Lal li bb li
lie are pal lu, ll,, n, I ,,, M i , n i fl 11 I, -in. e uni Hi in li i"
ia ? n I.,.- i-ti n i nu-i m. .. mi it- m. ii i .a-is, ne have
inc n a. .nil nu . il I lie SItlSI le- nt lle.se fl le. I,a,e I., ell
i.ti cmi.l.ml i.lb., in cii,uin, This year, while
we si 111,ul,,in, , mani ul the euee .lek. aa um. li ai
III Tu. c- ic. vu- h,n (I i ut duli n Iii, ..alain a nf Millie
of Um helter p ld em ph ie |, hcciltlse WO I', 11,1. Ililli tho)
did uni tull, eau, ll.lone) lin! Kielli' Olll ailinn
lue mu I.pu.on I. .| In I.I a taut -, a.I, Vie hu,
ubini t don riupliivoa, sud of llu-aeiiol more tbnii&pei
cent hue. lu,, ,1. . Thu reiliiel.wereeheerfull)
nc net ir itu incii. \\e ciie themas long slime Bl
Hu-, ii l-l,, d in decide whether I lie I would sock nen
,..,:i a, el--, win re ur accept tlc reduced ralariei which
in ult,red. I'ni han-al! .ha i,let lu n maui ii alli IIS Cl
i.in th,ec ulm i,.ul previouslydoler.uluod to ku into
??nie other li,,,- oi iiieini .-.??
Lei i M. Hale-, said that there uer,- s.une reduction! of
salaries among tbc employ* - .>t hi- linn. Thc salaries of
anon I ?.'.'. p.i i em ot iin> employes would, in- said, be in?
duced Hom l'l to li p.r ci ut. VV Inn asked the ia eon of
tins reduction be explained that thc salaries wen In
propoi tum to the au nilli nf -ale-, and that a- bltslm ll
had mil lieea -o ic tee tills fall n* bet lear, some re?
ductions tlfld followed, nu itu- other band, there were
maiij ebrk. whose salaries hod been advanced. When
raked whether the depression in Hale could bc traced
to the r.snit of the Presidential election, Mr. Bates au
iwered: "Thal I .uol wy, lt me a great dump
poiiitment to ill li pun hean*, lint it may pion-tu lu- a
lie.-tm,' ll, the end."
Daniel Bobluaou, of ll. (I. Cluflin .V- Co., and W. P.
Hockley, rn' Dunham, Muckley \ t o., were both reticent
nulli" subject, sud simply natd that advaacea and re?
duction! were cons tau tl) lieing matin according lo lbs
illiliili. -s of tim men and tin- deni,ta,ls of business.
.1 FAILURE IX SYRACUSE.
nu: hank OF wilkinson & co. CLOSED.
RXaAURASSMKNT All "ICIIIC I ll. Tu SIM Cl'I.ATION HY
0KB Og THB I'.nu ni Ba,
mr ntLOonAru ro ruuTuiuoBo.1
Si km i sk. Dee. 10.?The Brm nf Wilkinson
?v. Cu., private hankers la the Otabe lietel building, this
mon,lng tiled .rn assignment iii thc Oonnty clerk's oMee.
Charlei i: llaboell is the oaatgnaa. ibo oai) premr*
cu es an- the trust tanda held OB depoott by Hm linn,
lb. se are: (itv of ByraOBQO, *'-'l ,'J-S (I.i; County of
Onondaga, iria,ijoTtl; Aaterieaa CO-eperattre Belief
Association, g3,176'<M| SI. .Ins.-ph's linnie of Prov I
ileme, BlftOo-l Ht. Vincent do Pauls Orphan
Asylum, 91.231721 I sillss* Employment Boclety,
$004 701 New-York Mole A-jium fm- idiots, *ri...
Tittil; Hira.usn University, 18.17 DA; Ch imherlaln
Aires,ifs!in; gyneoaaWater Company, 90,050Mi to
lal, 908,021 BB,
Tim onij known UsMIIUm an to depoeltore. Tho
amount of money on depoml aa DeeeMber i was about
931.1,000, Hu- nu.I .of icllinlu.il accounts being
.?ti-TT/MMi, Tbeamount at tba present tune .iocs not
i n i miiih tioiii Hil* gguie. Tn meet Hilt liability the
linn hoe aaseti eonstittug of money un baud, billi Ott
counted, stuck*, i.d* and rarieoa pieces of real
estate tn rariotl! parts of the city. Just limy
arneb the) win amount io is now unknown. The
hills di..iinfeil amount to 9104,-67 in, of
which something Icm than BS0,000la wortbleaa Tho
net value nf the bonds bcM, deducting mom** recelvetl
fruin bj p..Hu iain.n. is ul nut 900,000, ihe (.lulu- lintel,
w hieh wu < <>w tu il by the linn, bi mit now theil propert]
lt ls probable that somo dayi will elapse before n la
known net how Mitch tho tiru, cm pity un the dollar.
No deposits were received by Um Arm yesterday, and
one deposit of -s.iiihi ,,ti,-reit hy the ian was refused.
The clearing linus,- che.-ir of thc boura WM p Od la New
yuri, the muralug, lt amounted to about M.S00.
i'h<- tl nu of A. u llktaeoo <v c.. waaeatahltebcd lu June,
isis, -.. ii. Bluus n iieuu tho .pauy. When J. I-*
Wilkinson resigned from tin' army in IH02, on account nf
thc death nf he lathe. In- look Mr. Hlaus.m's place. Thc
iliau m.it consists nf Alfred Wilkinson and J l-'niniaii
Wilkinson. Tho boolnoos of (ho Brm waa ehleflj broker
Oge in gold .md Hoveininent Miieiiritlet, tl,mci, sumo
batiking was dune. They wera coneervttlvo anti did no
?peculuHng. i he (inn prospered, and Mi yean agc was
worth 9000,000,
Allied Wilkinson spent considerable, lime in Nen York.
looking after tim Interests ut the. Hun, i,u innim-i's eon
Mdcn, ein iii* ludginenl being unlimited. Alfred was a
member ul Un I nins I lub, mid u inciiilier ni tho St. ck
i:\cli, ince. Ile ls np itel to have lost nhoul f loo.ooo
tn --iii-iiii.il niLT Iii -'in hs Mince May lin has lieen prsetk
cillj reined limn the Ililli. Late Let night there were
iii.d ileitis In the Comity Clerk'n ofitee convoying the
niobe ll.ml propel iv amt the h.mses of the brothers In
James st. to John Wilkinson, of th nu tn itu. same pi up
? a tl ii ns i linn -i ed In Juli n Wilkin .ni and wire lo charles
P. Crush v. of New York. Ulura dooli wera dated No
Haulier 'J I.
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sciM'i.'isi; OCCASIONED uv THE FAILURE,
i'hn Metropolitan National Hank m.. Mm Bow-York
em ies|.I. ul ol lim in in un, il .? i.k ut inn ago, when
tin- .??? .ni n i ne transferred to the chemical. Tho casi,
ler of tho last-named Ininh ?.n unulde ycatenluy to give
any di tails ii hunt Hu- failure " We baie had Un- ai.int
for a few days only," he rant, "ead on au ihortauao
,|ii.ii.ilal,,, I .I -.il lum li Ihe I, nat I tm; I nf tile
him haie li en ie ulai alni cuienba aldo Noa ,,|,ll,'al lull
fol un.lu-! Ine hern male lice, so lar as I ku.mi , au.I I
nae ia lulu thal Um Hun oiici us unthill.'. I am -ur
pi sid at Hie failure, although I UBI. mim?
ili ,11,ni al,nut ll, lucumc the Mun bas been known
favorably for moiiy yean." ti ihe,ut,.ri: k Willard
A i n , uinic tn,-ni in did ii* st.uk brokerage business,
lt was sahl yesterday that lbs Sjm. gnu had done
nullum: in -in. le I..r en ral unnttlc. Ibo head nf Hie
Ililli. Allied !V III,I..us, fO.lly a uu-uiher ul Um
sun, i, Kscliauge and he ipaul a groat deal of his Uaw ta
(bl* city.
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A Mt Uhf: Mi IC RILLED BX REGULATORS,
LBXINOTON, Ky., Doo. IO.?John I'. Mart in
wm abet ami kiiisd by regulotors si runner* Matton,
Bowan County, shout forty mllea east af hero, at '.' a. m.
Martie bad a gunnel with lloyd Totlivar at Mnrrhcnd.
loot a iuiet. in win, ii shots itch- exchanged, a bystander
killed and Martin aerionaly wounded. They inet again
recently aud tbe quarrel wai reaewed. ToBtver .ir.-w
hi* pistol, lull .Marlin lind lirst and killel lum. Marlin
waa tahen to Winchester for protection from tba mob,
and last night bc wea put mi thc tram under guard ami
Marted fur Morehead lu he tried lo day. When Hu- train
reallied laniu i'.? Statinu lt wal boarded by twenty hie
masked insn, wno bent tho guard* and riddled Martin
with bullets, killing bini instantly. It I* charged that
Hie guard! wera laking Marliu to Mort-jt-ud un Ik forged
order.
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A. Ii. WILSON I ssa VB.
WATBBBI KY, Conn., Dec. 10.?A. II. Wilson,
tlM Inventor Of thc VV heeler and VV llsoo sawing machine,
wa* to day taken to the Hartford Insane BltltQt A
itroke nf paralysis broke bim down physically and men
tullj a yen ur two agu.
AN ELECTION REV Of ?8,000,
RbW-Bbi NeivicK, Doo. lO.-Au $8,000
olen ion liol bet ween William lt. J.-riicc. af this city, and
John vv bltebend. of Booth uiver, was paid to Mr. larawa
by tho sta-ctiuiUer j Bayard Kirkpatrick, la day.
CRIMES AND CASI Al. HES.
BIIOT DEAD BY HW WIPE.
Sis I'uavi !-? (?,Dec. 10. A man luiiued Danie] Kennedy
was shot and killed bj bis wile this iiiui'iilu-; lu (loni of
lbs nen (itv Hull.
MURDERED IND BOBBED.
si. I' mi . Mum., Dee. IO. Dtepntebes received this
eveutng from Ml*-.mia. Munt., slate that the news has
jiet been received from Ooldea City, lt. c.. that a rom
ineii tal traveller named Baird ha- bean killel and rata
bed ..f pt,500 near thal place, A large number of citl
t,u? arc in close pm -un of tba murderen,
COUMTERFEITERfl BENTBXCED.
lt,.-ros. He.-, in -Judge Nelson oentenced Um Lowell
and Woreeitia loiiiiti-rfeitcrt to-day. lietirge H. Coram
and Dr. Oeorge W. Devil uer- each -ned 9100 aad
sciiteiii-i d to tluce yean and six month- it lund labor In
tbe Butte prison, Ueorge Coram and Ju*.-ph L Keudrkrd
were also noed 9100 each and icnteiiced tc twa jeni*
uml sit mouths lu juli.
DIB HONESTY OP A 0TAB TBEA8UREB
1.tl tu. lin. k. Ark..]. 10, In the ca-.- of the BlBfe
sgstaatT, J. Churchill, .v state rruaaurar, Chancellor
i air..ii decided tudu that, in couseqnence ol the
ci nun nf certain names fruin two bondi both wen I III
at,,I, the names lining been stricken out wltboul me
consent of the other sureties. According to Ht" special
Master* report, Churchill ls a defaulter to the uteul of
$'.?o,ooo.
AR RESTED P0R MiltHi it
Liv. isii-it, Dec. io Heajsmlu l.itey and Prank
Wagner, of tVllkesbarre, were arrested last night i barged
with Ute murder of Samuel taylor, colond, lasl Bovcm
bur Ute) and Wagner are rimal-bool captains Slid thc
ti ai a**ault was caused bj fa) lor tatrndlng ta the eabta
of Lilt) I hull*
is ii v turill han wr i tuc. iNiijrr.iw
opposing MR, k anson's n.AN.
mi PBCIBIOM BBACBBB by tiik < .'MMIiti k?or*.
I RAI ssNr.UHi's I'llfllgr'T.
PlIiiHtv, Deo. HI.- Che Congo Commit foe tn-dar
iliNcii**e.| thc quest um nf free navigation of tho Niter
River, Mi. Keaton, A ntnaaa aolagala. me*snte.| a
neiiiralitv project, winch ha* n uiuc'i ivulcr scion
llisn any otlmr pnip.i.als that aBVB vt been made.
HU propo-itiot,, lies,,lc, pioviling for th.-.itralitr
nf loihthe Congoami Nigai livers, malarialmiamt
lointoi v. iivnlsta ami cinul*. Iii ? del" ales fr un
rrance nmi htftugal etronglyoepoaari Nh, KggBMk*!
pr., p.- sun m. The ticim.it, delegate! are Metal and
tba Kngitab dalegataa are apath tie Ka decision
wu-, anno.I it bj Ihg.uuiiico nunn lins siih|.-< t.
Tho comm lien wilt meal again "iti liid iv. ulieii
(i.iiei.tl .Siinl, ni ei|..,'s. OWIIIB lil ll,, .tinned
opposition ol I'i un o au i portugal, toullei bia tai.
May pillie, so,i,cwh,il amended.
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Md"*. MvNUlT lill ll MU I. IN JAIL,
Mit. Ill V|!l| I | nie, I i,ll Ultu ni I I i i nu CAM
AIM >l iv, n I \ iii sill him v.
Hamilton,Ont,i Dee, io. lin MnniMtora
ct-c waa adjourned nt ike ptdtre Court tin- murnini bi
cause Hie law yoi ii-un .N.'n \.n', ulm na* tn
"id in Um pne. ,mi,ai had mu arrived. Timi
' ?' 'a,,,,, up nunn Un* aflenmoii. A. ll.
Hummel |,.. I cuiue (rum Niw V-ik lo In lp
defend Mr*. Mandelbanm, har son Juilni anrinerahtrki
Herman-Un,a,I,, and lau le ,I nh, a Int ITngBted Bl lo
Hi.-,,ec. Ile-..,1 I thal lu-lii.t All.m..j Olney, Of New
Vorb, kl.C. Well el. 1, that Me M fl flt 11 i> . U Ul
ouul.l mit h.- lu ld here i... extradited.
hhea the (,,|> wa* called this allia nunn
chief of Police ate wart ..ski.I for an sdlournMsM until
Baturday, m Mr. Olney** repraai stative tm itu- peososm
Hun had not aiimd i.i Bew-York. Mr. Berala, of
c.tinsel lor Mis. Mandel!,ainu, ..lye. ted to lui' MMg
marauded, sui Mr. Hiiuinicl, als,. ,,f aeOOaol
for Mr-, M.iiiiBlhaum, by eourMBy of the
magistrate ad,!re**-.| Hie court In her behalf. IL- sahl lt
waa evi lent that tito authorities ?.r Mew-York wen aware
thal ihey c.ntiii tm; cuni tel the iu lanni i -. ur tlu-y would
bel.tala hain baa a representative here on the spot.
Ita therefore asked thal s|?. i?- dismissed, lin- magie
trate tina, .ai) un ned nu- ea ms until Suturdai ai mttag
Ii, deii. k u.ni,-, ot tb.-Him kb Marka A rion, nf Troy,
with Cluef Stewart and ( usn,ne [,,,,,,?, tur N.n luiiii, ex
smlued the diamonds brought nero hy "Mothar"
Mandelbanm. Marks failed tn Ideality any of tho
diamond*, although many of thew resembled tfesM
Which wen stn.eu from Hie Him in february.
Hu- inspector remarked fbal ali the illaniouds, whether
set or nut. ii.mid bc roattoeated if ike fletetnaMot
iiii.iieh- they had mu been property entered, a* thc law
requires that all Imported gooda, whether dutiable or Bot.
should bo euicied al a reguaw euatoau port nod passel
ni a eu.-linie oiloer.
DiHliii-t-Aitnriioy Otwey IBfaBCO to say utiy
iiiing further (?? Mperten Mtotlve ta lha ease of
"Mother" M..udell,..mu. Assistant Detn.-i Attorney
Allen said yesterday thal he h.ul refelled information
from Um authorities m Canad.! thal thy Would Hot ha
able to keep Hie tuiturloUN nhl iniiiii.li tu eiel.sty tun, h.
longer. AaO member mt MM Tiny linn tram wlmin the
lowelrj Unit die lins in lui- pns.essuui wa* -lulen ls now'
on Ills w.u lu ll.iiuilioii. Mr. Alb-ii think* lc will na. li
lhere in time to piey-ut lier release.
A ill-pal. li lt..ai CsUcagO sujs lhal th. police lhere
have aliclcd two WOIUCB named Miller and Mitchell
wini arc weil kimii-n siinpliiters amt wlm say tiley left
New-York about leo dayaaga. The Miller um,,an i? a
un ie ui " Mother " Misdilbaiim ..nd a a tte ot a not ict
Ul Mug Hine
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WITNESSES I'uit MME. CLOVIcVIIUOUM
PARIB) Deo. IO.-TIic Court yesterday waived
the rule will.li would baie required Madame
(luvi-.Hugues tn be broinrlK into the preaelic!
of tbe corpse of her in tim. Tho post-mor?
tem examination mantled lu lim dMflOVetf
or ibo fatal bullet imbedded ta Morta'i brain Heherij
has chinned thc lindy, and lt will he Inn md at I im el uineiit
expense Nnetecous wltneeacs nolualeer to give er Monea
at Um trial nf Madame (io\ ls-lluguei in January. Unit
M.ulallie lenmanun.l had sui,urned persons of had char
intel to swear lal-cly aaalnst her husl.an.l ni miler Unit
silo imclit MSMira a ?epui litton fruin him Madame Ctoiis
lluvius assails thal Madame 1^ aol lil iud paul apl'liato
?|. i,-etiie if.'i.ono willi which io luboru witnesses who
should swear to a guilt) relatluiehlp heine, u lu rael! and
M. I.eiimiuaml 'ihe detective, however, dillies tho
truth ..I Ihe ?,!,,lenient. A I.umlli- ut cip.a . wa. fmind
III M.lilli's poi kel, lunn willoh lt IS Made apparent in.it,
the man Was ntlgaged lu inn.(her pm ile lu.piny -i louie'
ii lill ii ! n iv lo lei ymg bl,., kun.il.
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THE NROOriATIONS WITH CHINA.
Loudon, Doe. io.?A disputch it.un Patti
te Um Eacbnngd Ibtagrnph comp.my mis net Marl
(.rain Hie, lu-mini niel li line Minister ferry that tho
Kngllahaogatlattaa nlthChtaa withe view in seining
the I-i nu o Chinos.? ililli, nlty amicably lune resulted lu
failure.
? Nm-. Hoc. io Tko transports that en loading fur
I,m.poa mc lakin - on I,,,:,ld unit, Uni fur a puilulilo lal:
way , also s large number of basrgsgu wagons ami oralea,
tieneral llinac de I l-.lc I* i. du.'lug to a mliilimuu num.
bel UH' e.niles altai,io,I tu his tillie cul.nun li, iou.pilli.
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Tillies PROM OERMANT.
Ml Kl.IN, Dil". H>. lill' Colnijiie f I untie pub?
lish, s sol,.. (Inns I., Hit- adi..mc sh, i | . ul Itu I,,,nil,
min.if rune- iii -.inui .-w's, private dlptemoMe die
pat. io* whilerepreeentnttre ?' Prussia il Preekferi
...l.t.-. -se,I to I.. ill iou Monteith--! (Ins .lisp,lt, t,
dan d la IBft7 ass -a i lin ii with tu, uni.tovorrwoMg
Hiv repugn, inc uf Knut I'i.,lei n I. Willi, nu IV lu the
li I, ml li uv, I lute* ol Iho lien, il I. in pen, I, Napoleon III,
The dispatch slrongl) advocated u clo-et lutimoe) mi
tho part nf Prussia x* itu holli liam u sud i nat md
A se, ned pail nf the While li. ?,k neal i ic With IBU
mun j's tun a tu iel .1.* n III h.- puldlabetl -han Hus
pill Will be Inl.eil up linell! H lt li -.ne... .. el ' oi mau
e.iiuii/ainui In I ho Sou lb Maos, lt sill ai gi ii., me...ny
of au un renae lu Hu. suinb r ur mMisulatoa .nd th., tarago
timi ni natal stations iii Hie lin Hie
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HOW A FRENCH TREATY WAS BIONED,
I'aih.s, Dit-. 10.?figaro, in au ani.li- mt illi-d
"Hon u i nilly ls hi ned limier the H.-pulilic," MMM
that King Non,dom, of C.iuiho.lia, lei iee. I lu s , n tho
treat) pi,., lag in* dumtotaoa mulei a l tanah pntowM
rate. ibcrciip.u. .vi iboBMoa, the inn. ii Oovernoral
lu. Inn (hiiia, Inned lu* way Hilo the K nu's pubic!
attended hy a tinily ni m.nines nilli h xi.I Icemen,
eui. nd tin- royal bedchamber iud romp, lb ?! Klug Noro?
dom lu peril ol bis lllc. lo -iso the dn.-uiiieiil.
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Mitt's NOTE! PROM I. INDON.
LOUOOU, Dee. 10.
Tm: QtrKgM*! Bkcoxd Bon. frwlhanyo: "Tba Duke el
Edinburgh has bean spppotatod te Ibo coaunoed of tho
.Meiltlel n.i.euu sip,.uti on. '
MAUHliai in A-. Aili llli'AN. The maninga of Miss Ar
mild yesterday to Frederick Whltri.lgc occurred ut Cob?
ham, in Boney. Mr, Bod Mr*. Jame* Buaootl Lowell,
many members of Parliament sud numerous other ptoiu
inent persons were auioiig the guest-, ibo Hilaire wal
coyly decorated and triumphal arch. * wen ere. tod over
tho almeta along whick toa bridal psi ly pa-.sod.
EFFECTS OF THE TREATY WITH SPAIN.
Havana, Doc. 10.--lt is reported th it if tho
proposed Spanish Amelie.ll treaty l.eeomes B Uw a Ima
of Steamer* will be BaMMWMd Ort ween Ncw-Yorli .md
gagan to Orande. Over fifty sugar estates havo begun
grinding lu the jiiriMli.-ii.ui of MaMOBOn
A MRB1N0 TO Bl UKI I) IV THIS CIIY.
AoonnniHoo recently a|i|)uinto.l ut u meeting
of elp-armuki ia . inplojed in sou.,- nf iho principal Her?
man and Spanish manufactories In this elly held ii nieet
lug ni Maui mi it last night, ut win. h arran georas tn were
made fi I a ii,a-* mectlnguf Un Hade lu re fl renee to Un)
Spanish commercial treaty. A delegation li lo Im nsM to
Wasbtagton to present n memorial en tba subject to u.o
donate.
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FR.MIMKNITS Of CAULK REWS,
Pints, He., io The Chamber "f Dapattee t.'dayre
J.-ct.d Hm innlnu, made lil lllshop liop|.-l. wliteil l.lo
Vlded that thc stipends ol the superior ia. i -y st...nhl 1.0
restored.
PT, pi IKII-IU lt.:. Dec. IO Km alskaia. a female Nihi?
list who escaped from Sibella la Bepterob-r, i.a* boon rt
ut rested.
Dona, Dec. IO.?The police hove leUed i aamker ot
rittesau.l bayoueladlaeoveeed aoisMs Um etty.
DtlBUB, Uv,'. IO In tho ('..'.hull.- .li i. Ins of VVej
fonl i olb i tim., ur t inpcii.'o iu :i pound sn the valuattou
buvebeen ralood lor ii..- fund lo provide pay for the
frith Meiniiei* of Parliament
tn m t\, Hoc io Emperor william ic- i-aetowed the
cid. i of ih- Crown, lui class, oe Ll Poug Poo, ti a,mi ly
( innes,. Mlalster al Nerita.
Vu nm, H.e. tn The Anarchists who received tho
pm pei tv stolen ti. iii Heir Ki se it who was robbe1 at mut
a real ugo, bau-i < nu Mutenead io Hine and a hall yeaM
tu p: leon.
ron-, Dec. lo a depntattan of t;.e ( bambei "t Data*
ties >i.nsel upon M 1 cull:.-.-, Mltilstvrof Justice,yester?
day, and requested him tu urdir Hu- rem. val <>l li luce
Kiapntkiiic, the Nihilist, tr.mi prison lo B .Mamu de
halite il- the pi Ima ls Millet tug flu u - uni .
Vt'vsi,IVc io Tba Itohcmiaii Mortgage Company
i- in areal difficulty, owing n> tb- crud* lu the mcar
Had,, lb, Mllllitcl ol lia.!''' Ita* ic'ie I ti'- n.inks,
hath National and others, to unite In an otV-H. I;' ptol elli
Its ..."ac., which would lui ode tao dowufaiioi tattr
isTlng* hsuka.

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