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NEW-YORK, TIU'RSDAY. OCTOBER :*, IW5.-TWELVE PAGES. PRICE TUREE CENTS. i THE C0N8TANTIN0PLB KIOTS ITARTKO BY THK AHMKNIAN ill.VTCHA KIST RBVOLUTIONISTS. MAN't TVMCI AM) AltMKMANS KII.I.EP -IIIW MUEM iMri;iS(?Mi> ministkr tkkrkm, thinks the rom wnx be abui to UESTT'.AIN I"AN ATK'ISM. Waahlngtoa, Oct 2. Seerctary Olney late thls aftornoon receired the followilig ('.>nstaii tm. i?:<? diapatch frotn MlntotorTarrell: "Ifonday soveral hundnd Arnv-nlans marched on the Porte, prnfeanedly to aak redreaat <>f grieYftBCM. The Patrlarch trlcd to restrain Ihii. but a confttcl occurred beiwaen the Ar in. nians and thc pollce. 1'r.diaMy abOUt slxty Turhs and Armenlana were klUed, aimmg others a Turkish major: many werc WOUnded. The Armenians earrled i>ist->is. Yeoterday aeveral nore wi re k.ile.i Laat nlght thcre wer< elghty kllled Beveral hundred have been Imprinoned. The Porte had notlce of the demonatratlon, which. It Is said. was organlsed by l.a leis "f the Hintchaklal revolutionlata whom they have captured. kfuch terror .xists. l thtnk the PPrte will be atde t<> restrain fanatlclsm." London, Oct L?"Tb? Poat' will to-morrow pubhab. a diapatch fron Conatantlnople eaying it \a belleved thal t<n pcraong were. kllled and forty wounded in the str.-fts durlng the rlotlng which occurred on Ifonday. Fhre hundred per ajoni have been arreoted on the charge "f particl l>aiiii?f In the riotiiiK- Amonj; the prlaonen are a r.umh-r of Armenlana These, when ariestcd, vrere thrown down, dlaarmed, beaten and then bound. One Armenlan was atruck with ? blud ejooa and afterward simt and kllled, Two non commtMloned gendarrae ofncera were about to :- an Arineiiian near the gate >>f the Bultan'a palace, where the trouble ortglnated, when ahota Bred fr.'m a crowd ol atudenta and hoth ofllcera were kllled. Beveral other g. ndarmes were wounded. it la atated that elght Ar? menlana were kiil.d wtthtn the Mlnlatry <>f Po Uoe, which ?a.^ attacked by tii" rlotera A crowd of armed s.iftas aaaembled later and threatened to maasacre jh.- Armenlana The pollce, >: wever, dlsperaed them. The Porte and the palace offlclala are freatly alarmed. The lllnlatera have h?dd a meetlng to conalder the n. A dlnner, which had \.n arranfed in the palace In honor of Prlncc Albert of uip. has been r-ancelled. The French dlepatch boat Petrel, which was aboul i> s.i.i for Toulon, has been rdered to re main. Th.> demonatratlon of the Armtmlans had i ms : Coplei of the petltlon ag ilnai t!.. Q (vcrnment, to preaenl which to the Grand Vlsler waa the objecl of the visit of the Ar? menlana to the L-at.' of thc palace, were aenl t.i aome of \h<- embaaalea, vith an Intimatlon that the petltlon w uld be forwarded to the Qrand Vlaiei The pollce hearing of tiiis. ordera were .,-,!> glven to prevenl the petMlon fr->m nted. \. iut tw.i thousand peraona aaaembled !n th<? K kap m Cathedral t" attend the ci Icbratl m of the Ci ai After thc aervlce twenty Atmenlan ; reaented to tho Patrlarch a petltlon, beg rii.K hlm t i Bummon t?-..' falthful to go to the Porte to pray that it \>v unptly enforce reforma In Ar roenla The Patrlarch addreaaed the aaaemblage ai ! exhorted thcm to make nodemonatratlon, in . as it would be contrary to law. He begg< i th^m t<> rr-'.y ui">n hlmaelf tod i everythlng , to aecure the dealred reforma Thcro up >n thc crowd ahouted: "We hara had enough! W* want llberty or death!" The Patrlarch th.n wlthdrew, and thc- Anif nians tried to f^rm a proccssiMn. but in thls they urere preventc I by thc pollce, wh.. diaperaed tha ci >wd Into varloua atreeta. Later, bowever, they gathtrcd again. There Major Serwet Bey, nlda to the lllnlatr>' "f I'.'lice. addreased th.'m. dlrect i'ig them to leave the p*-titi->n with hlm. Bome reporta aay that hc Inaulted thc Armenlana. M any rate, thc latter became Incenaed an! began ahoutlng. Thcn ahota were tir.-d. and Berwet Bey was kllled, and aeveral gendarmea were wounded A hand-to-hand ficht followed. The dlaturba>ncea were renewed <-n Tucaday. hut thc dotailB cantH't hc ohtalned. U Is known, hnw?.vfr; tnaT k me people were kllled. The etrcctn an- patrolled )>y troopa, and thc guardi at tnc Oovernment ofBcea hava been r<-in fOrcedu It Ip atated that thc Armenlana broke intn thc law eourta and kllled two Jttdgea I>uring the rl tinfc M nday bulleta plerced the oarrlaifes of the Minlater of the Interlor, thc Ministcr of For elgn Affaira and the Minlater f Pollce. WAS IT FORCEO BT THK ULTIMATUMt RCPORT THAT THB ITMSliMKNT Or TMi: VIi'K BOt OF aZB-CHCBS HAD AUUBADT BKEM DEC1DEB UPON. London, Oct l?Bir HalUday Macartney, Poun Miloi of the Chlneae Legatlon to Oreal Britain,gaYa out the lafonnatlon to-day that the punishment of tiie Vkseroy ol Bae-Cbuen for neglectlng to protect the mlaaionariea In ble dlatrlct iiad been d( I I opon by Chlna before thc I?ri;i.-h ultlmatom was K. K Doui i-, i profeaaor of Chlneae languace and llterature, who la accepted aa hi^h authorlty in the affaln ? <-hir:a, has written a l.tt.T for publkatlon, la which be aaya the Viceroy was de> Ktal.-l .i >?,.,: %gO f.ir liuuiiip. Icncy un 1 ??:>??? 1 t> ?;i\.- up : - ; ?? and return to Peking. Mr. Douglai thlnka that Chlna haa roet the densandi of <;;.,tt Brluln at t, ad llns thal th( that the Viceroy had already wlthdrawn (r.nn hla i counu lor t.'c- alacrlty ot ih- t'ckini? au ? r< , ? llnn to the ultlmatum "The Bt. .la::.-~ - ?. /.-:?? ' ~;n - "II l^an uncom fortable ruKR< rtlon that thc w.ly Chlnaman has to ?otne ?>.'? ii done u?; i>ut our demanda upon Peking not ?nd at thls- polnt." "The Poat" ?iii to-morrow aay that a newa agency has r?? * r^ informed that thi Taung ll-Yamen, tbe Chlneae Board ol Korelgn Affaira, notlBed Bir . .v o'Coni r, ih.- [Irltlah Minlater, "! ihe degra ol i.lu Plng Chang, Viceroy <>( Bae-Chuen, Tii- Britlah ultlmatum demand ini; his degrj latlon araa preaented the dey prevloua k- talnl) pr >du< ?? i tiii" effect. Th?- reaooval of Llu Plna Chang from ofllee has no eonnectlon with thc Ku-Cheng mai with th<- Cbeng-Tu outragea, which occurred laat atay, ?n'l through arhlch many Ami rleana were aufferera. j.i i. who ?as at the llme atlll boldlng oBJ i a thom;h onder imi?:i.il dlapleaaure. ?a^ ., .-. . ? havlng Inclted the rlota by allowing Inflammator) plaoarda i<> be poated. rharglng that the forelgnera kldnapplng chlldren and ualng oll from the-lr Later appt an i placai la, aa) Ing. "I ? . gn barbarlana.' Imrmg th.- rlota I.i i mali - me utmoHt Indlfferen ?. remarklna that it u . ,. BMttt i ? ? aucceaaoi t < aettle. It la aK. alleged thal ii?- aenl oui meaaagei thal a i lat< l child had been found In a forelgner'a apode. with the reault thal nearly ail th.- natlvea belleved the atorj. _ THK ST. l/n'\< BREAKfl HER REOORD BKATB THE TIM.: Og THK PARlfl, AND A1JIOBT ?QUA2J THB TR1I MHH OP THB 1! BR8T DI8MARCK. Th- AmeriofM Hner B1 Loula arrlred at Suuth ampton thia mornlng after a remarfcably faat paa aage, ? ittlng?her .i?'i record down Bve houra, beat :. .? i of tha Paria of the aame II) by about Stt houra and falllng by only 1 houn and M - to equal tbe record of I daya 10 h mra and a mlnut< i, which la beM by tha Hamburg-Ami rl in Ui': K'i' i-t Biamarck. Bl Loaia aalled from New-Yort ?.n Beptem paaalng tha Bandy Hook Ughuhip at 1:10 p. ,,,., iini irrlved oppoalte 'he Needlea, lale ... Wl*ht, ai 7J5 ?? m. to- lay, her tln e ol paaaag< ., daya 13 houn ar ! 25 mlnut< i. \, w Vorh of the aame Hne haa a r. ii ol Idaya 11 houra and M mlnutea. and the beat tlme anade by the Parla la ?; daya M houra and II mln Utfh. II PRINCE HENRY BANIBHED? Btmon <?i his quarreIj with hw brotheBj the KAtMER, OAIMNO OROCND IN ENOJ*AND. Oct. i-in ita eab ? oorreapondaaee on laada) I Preaa mada mentlon of a rumor that Admlral Prfa ?? Henry of Pruaala of Emperor Wllllam, had been aenl away on 1... e foi a >??" '"' ' >? ' : ? ,rl""s guant-! with the Binperor. l? waa thcn atated th.it nw report waa dlacredlted in Berlln cou aad n w.i- taaerted that it had kmg been an that Prteee Henry ahould go on a protracted tour ?fter ta aaval ataaoeuvraa at !<:? To 11) "1' ? h*ty N "Truth," of this <ity. reiteral "Jmor. "The Dally Newa" pubUahea a diapat h D ROBM glvin< an Inf i J-th an lunamed dlplomatlat, who a* ribj s th. t??rre] to dlfferH.<-< ol oplnlon as to the organlta a3S ' ' -''^ ?*??' n< trouble ??.? ?f"1! C'i wtth thc Kalaer ^'??'?'-^ ' w ?' ? ? ? me aiM,(IJ;. reaulted In Prince (?"/_ Wng virtua'ly CTahed for a year. deiplte ?O *?orta of Eaapreaa Frederlcka, mother of the Bmptror and Prlnce Ilenrv. 10 effect n reconeKatlon 1" iwm her aona. I'rlnri' H.nty and hl* Wtfe are npw .?i liMlmora:. the KUeata of the (Jufcn. Prlri",. Henry s Krandmothcr. Thcv wi:i proliablv remain tnere ror a nontii, DTRON TAYLOR DEAD. A WBLL-KNOWR MAMAORR OF THK LORDOM HA KINK IKSVRAMCR COMFAHT MKKTS WITII A FATAL AOCIDRNT WH1LR OUMKIXO. Pradertcton, N. B-, Oct 1 --Byron Tayior, formerly of St. John, N\ B., and ROW of I.ondon. acrldentally shot hlms.-lf whllc punnltiK ln the wooda off Hlnwcll Road aboul ten mllea from tbla <-ity yeaterday, and dled almost instantly 11 ?- waa about thitty-flve vinrs uld and w cll-knou u as maitagef of th<' I.ondon Marlne Inaurance Company. lle ud arrranged to sail from New-York to Englanti on Sattnday next. WAB LOUIfl BTERN*B PARDON REPURED7 HIB COUNRRL THINKB THAT T11F, AXNOUMCB MRMT OF THR RRFUSAL II, AT I.EAST, PRRMATURR. Munlch, Oct. fc?CoubmI for Lonla Ptern, the Ktw York merchant who la under aentence of flne and Imprlsonment for im alleged Instilt to Itaron von Thflngtn, Dtputy Commlasloner of the Bpa, at Klx sliiKen, nyi that bt haa no InformatlOO of the re ported refuial of the Prtncc Regent to pardon his dient. Counacl exp!alna that the otiidal report of the caac has not vet roachcd the Bavarian Minlat-r of Justlo.-, who la the oi.iv pereon thal can properly preeent the appllcatlon f.>r pardon to thu rrince Regent. This belni tha caae, tha rapor! of th? Prlnca Regent'i refuaal to urant the pardon la prematurc, to ?a.\ the i?a.?t. MltS. LANOTRT DRMAND8 ?-10.00.1. THK tnion RAMR MAV HAVR TO PAT TItF. VAUTR OF THE JKWK1.S BURRRHDRRRD ON A FORORD ORDRR. London, Oct. %.- Mr? Langtry bai made a formal dcmand upon tba I'tilon Hank for tha sum of 140,009, the value of the Jewela sh.- dapoattc I wlth the bank, whlch were Bubaequently aurrendered by the l.ank to a atranger upon hla prescntaUon of a forged order. ALA8KA DOUNDARY AGAIN IN JBOPARDT. pRRafIRR TfRNKIt OF BRTTWH COUnaBIA iATi AMRRICAR M.M'S ARR RRRONROCf. Ifontraal, Oct. t?J. H. Tumar, Premlat and Mln lat r of Flnanca of Brlttob Columbla, i.a* arrlvad bara fnnn Bnarland, whitinr ba arent t?? attand tba laaua of a n*w Brltlah Columbla lean "f ?490,000, whlch ba atataa waa qulckly t.-ik.-n uj>. Baforc ra tarntng h..nx-. |fr. Turnar wlU \isit Ottawa tocon fcr wlth Ti.-mtd- Bowell "ii tba quaatlon of tba boundary between itritish Columbla and Alaaka He aaya the Amarlrana ha\?- laaued mapa ln wnlcn a lari-'i- allca <>f terrltory whlch w?x uward.-d to Cana la by treaty la repreaented as formmg part of the i >latrlct of Alaaka. DBATH OF IH88IONARIE8 IN AFRICA. BISHOF OF HTA1RAUAKD ARtJ THR RRV. KMRFH WILUAMfl DROWNRD THR RRV. MH. ATtAT MURDRRRD BT JIATiVRB. l,ondon, Oct. 2? a dlapatch from Capa Town to a newa aceney Fays that Blahop Maplaa, ..f Nyaaaa land. and tba H<-\. Joaaph WUUama, a mlaalonary, w>r<- drowncd ln l-ak.- Kyaaaa on Baptcmbor II and that tba Rar. Mr Atlay, ? mlaalonary. bad baan murdered by natlvea on th<- Portugueae frontler of Nyaaaaland. Mr. Atlay'a body araa reeovared. Ha waa ? -"ii of the late la. Rev. Jamaa Atlay. D. o., Blahop of Hereford _ _ A QUE8TIOM OP BUtI*ET OR BPBAR. A SKA1.ING UnZORR BT THK 17. ?? P W -" UKF.l.Y TO PROVR IHTRRRRTINO. Ottawa. Ont.. Oct. L?The Oovornmcnt hns rr eatved ? ifport tn rafarenca t.> tba aabrara of the m allng achoonat B. n. Mar\in by the llnlted RUt< i crulaer Ruab. Tba commander of tba Ruah aaaerted ti-.at ha acted undar Artlcle a of tba Parhi Award, tbla aectloa prohlbltlng the use of flraanna ln Behr pnj s.-a. Th. Marvln waa at the time outalde the prohlblted ?OtM and doinp excution with spear? amons the aeal herda. Owlng to ona of the aaaJa barlng pn - aented the appaaranca of bavtng baan klllad by a bullet, although actually klllad by a spear. tba vaaaal wa? ?e!zed and han?i?d aara? to H. M. s Hheaaant. The J'heasant has r.-a. h.-d Yictorla. H f wlth the douiitf.il aeal skm on board and aii tne facta tiav I..-.-I. reported to the Denartment. l ub llc opinlon ln Brltlah Columbla is that tba aeuure was entiraly unwarranted. PATAL GALE8 ON THK BRITISH COA8T. a LAROH KUMHRR OF DWASTRRa RRPORTRD ai.o.m; THR BOUTH BHORR. LondoR, Oct. t?Terrifte galea prevallttif a'.onx th? Hritish coasts are caualng a numbar of dbi The Ruaalan hark Lattonla wenl aabore tbrea mllea from the Bontbpon plerbaad, bul waaflnaMy floated. Th. katch Arabella arent achora at llfracombe and her cr.-w were Ukea off by taro boatmen. The boal eonUlnlng the reacued and reacuara dlaap paarad afterward, and It b belleved that all bava baan drownad. ?j-v,,. tchooner Conalni foundered near Ho\:ake. but h.-r eraw were aaved The acbooner Halen waa ai-j wre.-k.-J naar Bude and the atearn trawler T.<il Dack waa wrecked near B'.yth. Jn both the crewa ;? ach? i land aafely. \ i imber ol tuga and other small craft foundered or been wrecked alcna tha Bomeraet -. ?ut Tu loi ? of llfa is reportea RU88IAN MAIL BTRAMER WRBCKED. Odeaaa, *?ct. t?The Ruaalan mail ataamafalp Taarevna has baan wreck d off Capa Tarkhan, on the Crlmaan coaat Sone of her paaaengan <.r i rew wera lost. c< tLONEL OLIVER'B coi.r.MX IN A BKIRMIBH. Havana, Oct 2.?Colonel oiiver's coiumn had a aklrmlah wlth a band of .ebela near Zulueta, ln tha Bemedloa Diatrlct, on Beptembar XI, ln whlch four rebela wert kllled and many wounded. A PRANCO^ANADIAN TREATt DI8CrB8ED. [iondon, Oct t -Tba repreaentatlve ln thN dty of the Unlted Praaa laarna that the Forelgn OfBca la agaln dlacuaalng a treaty betwaen Canada and Kraii'-e. it Is expected thal the ratlflcatlona of the conventlon wlll i<e exchanged ln a faw daya. TO INCREA8E THE THREE-MILK BEA I.IMIT Bruaaele, Oet t Tba Aaaoclatlon for the Rcform and Codlflratlon of the Law ol Natloni la alttlng here, Sli Rlchard Webatar, tha Brltiah Attorney Oaneral, prenldlng. The aaaoclatlon to-day voted ln favor of Increaalng tba luriadlctlon <>f marltlme na iK.ns over tbe aea tu m\ mllea from th>- sh.ir<- In atead of three nni.-s. as at prraant la tbe laa WOMEN IIISBlONARIEfl POR CHINA London, Oct. ! A farowell aervlca waa haM bi Bt Brlde'a Church to-day on the .aaion of th.- da parture of flftean woman mlaalonarlea, who are atartlng for Boutharn Cbinai AMERICAN IIIBBIONARIEl ARRIVE IN JAPAN liuston, Oct. I The Araerbran Board of Commla alonera for Forelgn Mtralona haa recelvad a cable dlapatch from Tokchama, announclng tbe rafe ar rival of its daputatlon to the Japaneae chui whlch conalati of the Rev. Jamea L Barton, !? D Becretan of tba Forelfn Dapartment; VYIlliam P, hTllson of Boaton, a membar ... tbe Prudantial CommltteV; the Rev. A. H. Bradford D P., ol Montcalr N. ?!?? and the Rev. Jamea -; Jol i>. I>.. paator of th.- New-England Church, Ch M.W DRINE IN THE MUSIC HALL AOAIN. London, Oet : Tha Bmplra Mualc Hall hai I in obtalnlng tha reatoratlon of Iti II enae to ae'l Intoxlcatlng drinka ln the audltorium of thal . ,?.- amuaement Th- llc. nae waa rovoked aorti. inontha a?o la tha rea ill ol a cruaadi ol the 8 ... 'i'v/ ',, i.....?,..-. h.a led bj Mra Ormbiton ? hant and adv mci d reformare. QENERAL OABCOIONB TAKEB COMMAND. Otuwa Ont. Oct t Mh.im -Oanaral Qaaeolgne. the nea commandar ol tba Canadlan mlUlla, hai ar rtved bara and aaaui.I hla offtelal dutlaa ii. uyl ,.? parttcular mlaalon regardlnl Bxed acbemea f,? imDerUI and colonbil dafenca haa been giyen bUH. 11a wlll Belecl hla alde^la^amp from tb. . lanadlaa mtltla._ E, c. BRBOIN'B 01 PER REPUBED. , ,)M,|,,? ocl 1 Tba offer of R <- Bradln, of tha ,,,,,,,?? Athlatlc Club, to defray tba axpaa Kllpatrlch and Connaff, of tba Naw-Yorli Ai Club if the> would come to Bngland to i - ,? ,?, BUmford Brldga gam? ln ^?rob/r' ?.?? 1 # i m. i (,... i. ,i ?,.i,t hla ..ii'r o\ i.ii.ie inile run. SHOT BY TUE WATOHMAK PROBARLT PATAL ASSAT/LT AT BTEOEL COOPER B CO 'B NK\Y BUILDINO. CAMIDT WAB ARUSRD BT A DI8CHAROBD RM PLOTR. Wlio HURLRD AN IROB 'ASTINO at in.M WITWRaSRg BAT RR gHOT IN IRLP-1 i:ii:m k. Jamea McDonald, a laborer, twenty-flva yeara otd, waa probably fatally shot laal nlght at Btxth-ave. and Elghteentb-et, by Jamea Caaaldy, the nl?ht watchman for the new buildlng balng oractad at that polnt by Blegel, Cooper <v Co. McDonaM had been employed by tha contractora, i>nt araa dla charged on Tueeday for Intoxtcatlon. Ha onjuatly l.lamed Caaaldy for hla dlacharge and threatened to hin-i- revenge. Ha drank freely durlng tbe day, and tba more he drank tha more quarrelaome h? bacame. M< i toaaJd appeared at tha axcavatlon last nlght and began Bboutlng Inaulta at Caaaldy, who waa ln the baaemant At tirst Caaaldy patd n.> attentlon t.. him, hut wheu hla ravlnga began to attracl a crowd Caaaldy warned hlm t<> v? away or he would hava hlni arrt Bted. McOonald pald no att< nUon to tba thraata until he aaw a polk i man approachlng, whan ha ran away. Caaaldy w.-nt away aboul hla work, but whan he raturned a half-hour lati r ba found McOonald wait tng for hlm <>n tbe aldewalk. Caaaldy ordarad Mc? Donald away, but waa anawered wlth a voUey <?f oaths. McDonald then ptckad up a haavy Iron caatlng welgblng fully tan pounda, and tbraw it at Caaaldy, who had gona Into tbe baaemant Caaaldy drew hla revolver and Bred ona ahot at McDonald Jual aa th" latter waa raacblng down for another caatlng, i n>- bullet took effecC ln McDon ald'a rtgbt t< mp>, an i hi fell unconi doua Into the baaement, fuKj twenty feet be.ow. Pollceman Ruaaey, of the Weat Thlrtleth-at. au tlon, arrlved Jual ln tlme to hear the abot Bred. He hastened .?> the baaement, and found Caaaldy atand Ing over McDonald ln a half-daxed manner, and boldlng th* amoklng revo.vei ln hl "Who i. I th ? Bhooting '" e -? i H --.->'. ??l lld." rep:ied Caaaldy. "I won'l run away. It was dona ln Belf-defence, and I wlll aun aelf when y. u a int me. Hurry up, and get an am bulance for the woun le l man ' H i- \ aummom l an ambu'.ance from the New York Hoapltal, and when Di Tllton arrlved the un i onacloua man a n taken to thi boai II i Burgeona determlned that hla Injurlaa were prob ably fatal. Caaaldy accompa rr to the i ?! ce il itlon wh< re ha was locke i up aaaault. Bamuel Mattaon, foreman Buperlntendlng the aink Int; of the calaaona, v i- a a/ltneai of tha ahootlng. He aald thal Caaaldy I .1 flr. 1 only when he waa forci i to -i. to aave hla own llfe. Ha aaya Caa? aldy la a .'-.I" r, truata irthy man. BBHMING 8EA WIDEB TIIAS 8UPP08BD COMKANDRR DRARR DIRCOVRRg THAT THR H BRRIAN fOABT LIXE 18 rHARTRD FfF TRRR MILRg TOO KAi: EA8T. Baattla, Waab . Oct l Tba Dapartmenl at vTaah mgton wlll ba Informed by Commander Draka, of tba Cnlted Btatea Flah Commlaalon ateamar A < trosa, whlch arrlved ln porl yeaterday from Behrlng Bea, thal a '? ' ? orlglnally made ln eterminatlon of tba Blbcrlan coaal llne. Tba error equala . mlnute longltuda, or lift'-n mllea of coaal llne, aa determlned and charted, belng that diatanca too far to the eaatward. Thhi blunder waa dlacovered and vertfled by acientlflc labora of tha tba Albatroaa corpa of aatronomara. Tbe mla take claimed by Commander Draka as to I berlan coaal belng charted r.fteen mllea too far eaat ., greater breadth to tha Behrlng Bea and straits. Flguratlvely.il wlll puah Blberla back up n RuaaU Bfte-m mllea, and the alxty-mlle llmlt seallng aona wlll be carrted that diatanca further toward tba Ruaal m ten ? QBNEBAL MILE8 BECEITE8 TBE OBDEB. BR WTLh REUNQUVH OOMMANTJ OF THR BA8T RRR DRPARTMRNT TO QENRRAL Rt'OBR ON SATIKI'AV. MaJor-Oen?r I Nataon A. Mllea i?eTvi ' ' from tbe Bacreury of Wai tba offldal ordar for ma'.ly ap| Intli i hlm to tba eomman I of tl a Cnlted gtatea Array. Qeneral Mllea has known of bli tion Blnce Frklay laat, Bnd has ln tbe m an tlme been actlvely preparlng ror hla removal to head i. | to a Trtbuna reporter laat even Ing: ??I expect to r llnqulah my command here nexl lay. I underaund thal an have i . n made whi n bj <? neral Ruger. wh i wlll - ic ,,,..! Ii ihe . mmand of the Baatern Department, will l. Kl i hla n< a dutl. on the ! iy ol mj d par ? "V.. "naeuuently >,,.- wlll ba no bi iR admlnlatratlon >?' the Eaat< rn c .mmand. II la un ;..,"'..;..l ...... beyond a frlendly ^ave-taklng of the . itin :-. .;?:.? ral M lea'a I partun w|[! I o! be m i le ..... occaalon for .. ? ? or m lltary dlapla>. vl'aahli gton Oct l The oi ler appointlng '?? i il \. |j , \ \| .. ??. C 'inin.n. 1 the \r-ny wai by Becr. ? <iv Lamonl thla afternoon. The aame - . aeneral Franda H. 11 tha com? mand - : '!? Pe| t of An ..i ler tran I : "',"r . was .;1 '-? , ,. '.'?/ Thomaa M. Vln. i ,.-?? haa been rell. v. I fron ?.,. Arm) and aa-lBn. I lo di l ln lh< ,;. Ql ? ,!-. t!i... C'olon. 1 Nliiii-1 ?! ?? nt-O. : ? ral. la rell. .,:..- , f th. Departn clty. Qeutenant Cdonel llei ..; the A] - ?, dut) a \ ljutani ?:? i ? i ?? ?' "? On irtmenl ?? the Kaal H ' :':?"'' ! ' "'" """-"'?|; ingfrneral by th- Becr< tarj of VVai an i Uk. - " 777/ r M.1.Y7 TBE1B 8ALABIES. ITXITRD gTATE* 001 RT rLERKg AXD MAP.sllAl.s AOAIN ''' .Mii::.i.i:i. X> i R'AIT The empl >yea ln the Federal courta ara agaln greatlJ ... . . . ? lelay ... recclvlni thalr aalariea Thera apparentlj la a deflclency ol ln tba handa of tbe I'nll I Btal ,. .,,, >ae, and aa the flnam lal affa i ,;., the) p ?lnl i" a n petltlon of the hard tlm< ? laal aprlng. when Judge Coxe and other I'nlted Btatea ludaea ha I to i lo ? th< i a n I be. iuae of the de . in the approprlatlona ... meet the expenaea ,,r mnnlng them Tba I'nlted Btatea D Marahala and r urt clerki ln thbi ? It) have n celvetl an) pa) Blnce lai l June, Thelr Ba.arli ?,,?? |n 0| ii,.- montha of July, Augual and stei.terabei wlth llttl- Immedlate proapecl ol pay ',,,.,,! They ? mplali lhal th j - ... gel no aatla factorj explanatlon of the iltuatlon, or the reaaon why ,he) are ilepr wi of th. iUi ea they have parned Man) ol Ihem ai I'nol w a noaltlon lo ae oure I'.ie. and four nn.ii.hs- ,-i.iit for the nocea of llfe, and th< i I i are the real auf ? , .. ? ? r they have prrlence In the paymenl ol theif wagea, Nearly all of thi m are mai rli i m. n. TODSa WOMES \ mbowlyebcapedeatb gEVEKTT-FTVH INMATRS OF A gTIIOOIi N'RARLT PKKIHII BT iiki: i'< Miaaif IPPI. w .:-. Ili. Ml - . i ?? -t. - Th ? Bda tr '. M Bchool for Oirla, one of the flneai Inatltui ? ? i b) i.i- 11 i nlght. Thei -. \. nty-ftve young wom. n Ih Ing In nd thelr fan -The inmal A re. awak. n( i b l nmoke in'. when th y attempted to gel oul ? panlc , n rn. -l Kbi il>e thi ?ugh Ihe ol the \ . ? t. , ittempi ' ! '?n through tl blli -ii. .k- that lllh ' tl." I'" - *?"?' over. ?n !,,,, |.,.- the -!"? I) arrlval ut help a/ould hav. Aa ii waa, m my of Ihe achol ira .,? imoke \Vh. nlnsjle tlre ? ngini of 1 ?? ? irrlved tl .,',',1 ,,,-,.,... : ling w< re DIU i wlth a acreiming crowd of young m men ln all varletl i;,., and ih-u re. wai effected wlth murh ;, ,',.|,|, [t la be'.lev. d thal ti" II i buildlng Ii a total ! *a. AUEBICAX IS7EBE8T& /v VEXEZVELA, THE CONCRRglONg TO CITIZRN8 OF THM POITNTRT IN THR TRRRIToni CUAIMRD BT RNOtAND. Bt I'.i.ii. Mlna , Oct 1 Moai i i:. Clapp h fl ki ra for Xew-Torh laal nlghl to attend a baatll) ar ranged meetlng of tbe Manoa Company, Umlted, Thuraday evenlng. to coneldei itepa to take i. ,i of Ihe terrttory embraced wlthln tha co alon from Veneaueta 11 '- no ecrel thal a portlon, at i.-aat, of the terrltory la ln dlaputa b*tw?en lela and Oreal Brltaln Indeed, it i- aald thal inl waa a ahrewd atroke ... iha Veneauo.an ... enl foi the pun iwlng the L'nltt d Btatea Into action to force Oreal Brltaln to aban don her uaurpatlon of terrltory ln Venexuela Tha .... haa glven aotli ? th il i. a III take po Bion of it- terrltorj wlthln a montb. Thurad.iya nr.eetlng In New-Tork, h ih aald, la called to con ?::<r the details of taklng poaaaaalon of the land. DENOUNCING uOILY JAME8." DIMENNONI IN A "SOT/ND IfONEY" CAMP. BX-OOVBRXOI BUCWfBB, 0? KBBTUCKT, ATTACBJ arCREABT, TME ADanHIBTBATlOM CAHDI 1>ATE. r<<U HIB RfCDNfllBTBMCIBB RK PTBUCAN OArm IN RBOIATRATHW [at tbumbaph ro tmf; rairtmn,] LoulavUle, Ky., Oct 1?Although tbe n ! wlthdrawal of ex-Oovernor s. R Buckner, a radl | cal gold-aUndard Democrat, from the race for the ' Benatonhlp was apparently dealgned to w rk to thc beneflt of the leaa pronounced and out apoken "aound-money" candldate and repreeente tivc, James it. McCreary, a feeiing of anythlng but peraonal aympathy or polltlcal frlendahlp aeema to have developed between these two cham plona In thc Admlnlatratlon'a tlght to prevent thc return to thc Benate of J. B. C Blackburn, Bhortly after retirlntf from the cottteat for the Democratlc Benatorlal nomlnation, ex-Oovernor Buckner, on Beptember 18, publlabed In "The Courler-Journal," of this dty, ? flve-column In tervlew, in which, aft.r denounclng Mr. Kardln'a repudlatlon of the LoulavUle Conventlon'a plat forra aa without "excuee .>r juatlflcatl ?n." be aud denly and unexpectedly turned on his- auppoaed friendly rtval and rehemently charmcterlxed his Rnanclal viewa and record as Uttle leaa beter >dox and peatiferoua than the fr.allvef eolnaga doctrlnaa of Hardln and Blackburn. Mr. Mc? Creary, whoaa pecullar polltlcal methoda have earned hlm the ? brlquet of "OUy Jamea" among Kentucky polltlciana, has. It aeema alnce the "aound-money" Sght agalnet Mr. Blackburn haa entered its later phaaea. been p aing before the Democratlo votera ofBouthern and vYeatern Ken? tucky as himaelf a more or Uss truated frtend of the e luae of allver colnage. In an Intervlew pub llahed laat Aprll, nearly two montha before the unezpected declalve defeat of the free-coinage forcealn the LoulavUleConventlon, Mr. McCreary had polnted with aatiafactlon to the f* I thal he had roted In tha laat Congreaa to reatore the Bland-Alllaon acl of 1*71 and has alwaya favored and atlll favora the colnage of a certaln amount of allver monthly at tha UVto-1 ratto. On this platform, In aplte of its evtdent rarlance with the de laratlom made al the June conventlon, tbe v-eraatile Blue Oraaa C ngreeaman, wblle oaten albly leadlng the Admlnlatratlon'a anti-allv< r cru aade, aeeroed to BUaplcloua crltlea to be trylng to fortlfy his own peraonal canvaaa In the hack country diatrlct by ateallng a bolt or two of Mr. Blackburn'i ftTPf'g" thunder. Theoe palnful Inconalati nclea In Mr. Mc Creary'a "aound-money" candldacy were un gparlngly espoaed In Oeneral Buckner"a Inter? vlew, and the bltterneaa of feellng dlaplayed In the attack earrled eonaternatlon Into the ranka of the "aound-money" Democracy, Mr. Mc? Creary attempted to anawer Oeneral Buckner'a critlclam In a atatement publlshed a week or more ago, but the rtply was far from aatlafac lory. To-day, Oeneral Buckner returna to ihe asaaull with another elaborate atatement, which appeara in 'The Courier-Ji urnal" with a algnifl cant dlaplay. The wrlter demonatratea agaln that Mr. McCreary'a Rnanclal vlewa are both confuaed and heterodox, and cloaea with thn acathing Intlmatlon thal between a candida ? like Hardln, who atanda deflantly with both fcet on a aquare platform, and a candldate like Mc? Creary, who atanda Irreeolutely with one fool on i gold atandard plank and another on a acheme of llmlted allver colnage, there is Uttle left to chooae for any genulne "aound-money" D m ? - crat .. . Thes,. open duaaenalona among the auppoaea leadera In the Admlnlatratlon'a warfare againal Mr Blackburn have had a hlghly diacouraglng effect on the "aound-money" Benatorlal canvaaa They have unduubtedly hclpcd Mr Blackburn ? cai vaaa materlaUy, and his chancea for obtaln Ing a renomlnatlon are probably better to-day than they have been at any tlflM Blnce tbe LoulB ville Conventlon. Thc regiatratlon flpures reported to-day rr.>m the varloua cltlea of the State have glven greai encouragi m< nl to the managera of Mr. Bradley a canvaaa Hy ? pecullarlty of the Kentucky ele< - i j, ,n |aw votera on reglaterlng are allowed to expreaa thelr polltlcal preferencea and be en? tered on the booka as Republlcana, Democrata, Popullata or Prohlbltlonlata In moal towua probably four-flftna of the votera reglater In this way The returna made to-day ahow that In many towna, notably Frankfort, Lebanon, Rlch ,nond Mayavllle and Paducah. the Republlcana made handaome galna In regiatratlon. Lexlng ton and Parla pre th.ily < Itlea ahowlng Demo tratlc galna. In both Hardln la exj ? ct< d to auf fer it materlal loaa through Democratlc dlaaffec tlon ao that the Increaaed regiatratlon there la not regarded as damaglng to the Republlcan prnapecta Three daya are allowed for regiatra? tlon In this clty, to-morrow belng the laat. A SEW8B0T KILLED O.V JS ELEVAlOB III* MANQLED BODT fAUELY IDEXTIFIED BT AN BXCTTED IIOTHEB. Bdward I.awlor. a thlrti >n-rear-old newabor. of X,,. in . Broome-at., was kll'.ed laat evenlng whlle - ? rl le ".-i an eU vator at No. m Bleecker-at. ii n tng l body waa tak':i to the Charl< ? at. po tatlon. Boon after it reached there Mra Lawlor, of N M ... ? ? tatl n-houae, and wh? n the body waa ahown to h-r ahe threw heraelt upon orpae, deolarlng thal the boj araa her aon si ?? waa with dlfflcultj Indut ! to return i h found her bo> allve an I we 1. rhe ,..,- later tdeatUled by tbe d< id boj a own moth< r. _ _^_ CASXIIUI.ISM IN CHISA. WARRIKd V1ULAOER* Ktl.t.. COOR AND DEVOI'R THE CAPTtVBSJ T \ki:.\ Ban Praneleco, Oct. J (Bpe. lal). The chlna ateam ..t nlaht brought newa ot a horrlble ca.f cannlballam, which marked a bltter nghl etweei ? ro rtllagea In Canton Provlnee. Th< vlllagea ol Pien-Cheng and Tang-Cheng had a feud over the:i ,. ,.,-, r foi floodlng the rl ?? (lelda One darh nlghl the people of Tang-Cheng cul the em bankmenl and allowed the M to Bweep over the ftoldj in the naighboiing rillaa*, tearlng up by ihe roota the rlee, whlt h waa nearly ready for har ireat. The vlllagera who auffered retaltated by de atroying i roperty, and Beveral bl.1} llgh - ! iW( i In which men were kllled and ba II) ; . |ea Plnally the f? Ung gn ?? tter thal !, i to eal the priaonera taken. < ?i iri : three and the other four men. The vlc tima were tak. a to th< '? ; ?lf'": i,. n:??!?.tpit.it.??!. thelr bodlea .'.?'??? ????k' I in bar 1,,-cue -:!" and eaten. The Chlneee aometlmi ,1,,. i,, .. | , , brave ? ni my bei auae they thlnk Ii ajlvea ' " '?' ' ' " '!" v '''s""'''' '''" i-? though they v\. re - i. a ?> - ,,?? w< i '?< i ?' The newa <>' the ? aehed j the i ? ndarln, and h< I pu, ,.,,, ,,; | ,,, the tljrhtiiiK. A apeclal rommlaaion . i, gppolnte l to taka teaUmony and puntah ihe gullty. h_m /;/. MIT A BVRGLAR AT BIS CLVB. KTANXET MORT1MER s.\li> TO BAVE OIVBN 11,000 TO OET BACE BI8 sll,\ BRU IRE Beverly, Maaa, Oct. -'. Chief of Pollce Haakell, after Inveatlgatlnf the return of the atolen allver prare taken frmn the anmater home ?<! Btanlej Mortlmer, ol N.w-Vork, u Prince-at., Beverl] Cov<. tei.it. s the foUowIng Btory: "Oooda :?' tbe valoe ?< M.00B were atolen on thi mornlng ol Beptember J. and a man was aeea lug K\r\n a t'.i^' on h:s abouMer to a boat. The booty taken to Kew-York Mr. Mortlmer advertla) i bli .,.-. in Boaton papera, ..ffer.nK ,i reward of | tnd aaylng that ao queetloaa would h Two ?>.k^ .ik.> ii- receired i letter from N'ew-York nffer'.ng lo return th< goodi in perfeci order for ,ii. i aaklna thal arrangementa be made. Thereupon, Mi Mortlmer arranged to havi meetlna take plaee Ht a club In New-York ? At the appolnted tlm< he mel a well Ii man, arho aald bt knew nothlng about the detalla of the burglary. Hla bui neai waa only to re eelve the money and dellver the gooil roverj waa eomplete. and the 11.000 v\.i- pald. \ir Mortlmer lirews no mora aboui [he burg? lary or the peraona oncerned In ii than he knew before. excepl that he aaa aura tiiat ha waa deal Im a ith dai ? ? ou ? '? " i ? ? ? and waa unl) . glad to re over hla property. nrHoM/i: HOME IXDVMTMIKM, W'ear Kaoa "ats, made ty Amerl.an working m. n They l< a i tha worid.- a \\ t. GROSS MJ8C0SDUCT SIIOWX. BALTiMOftl DEMOCRATIC BLECTIOM OF PICIALB ARRAIONED. BTABTLl'xa EVIDBHCB OIVBB AT THB itKAKIVl BEFORB OOVBRNOR BBOWH -ORBAt JN TEBBST MAEIFEBTED IN' THB CABBL BalUmore, Oct - Oovernor Brown this morn ng b gan the publk bearlng of teatlmony in aupport of th- ehartccs broughl by the Raform Laague agaiaat the Democratlc membera of thc itaitimore Board of Bupenrlaora of Bectiona The petltlon preaented to th.- Oovernor a few daya age prayed for the re moval of Wll'dam H. Blana prealdent of the Uoard and hla aaaoc!ate, i?r. Oeorga H. Calrna f<* Incom p t. ncy and groaa mlaCOndOCt Ktandin< room was ,? i | remlutn in Sutro Haii. wh.-re thc proccedlnga took piaee, and thc greateet Interaat was ?nown m the outcome of the caee Bdgar H. Onna made the openlng statement for thc Keform I^-aguc. In which he aald: We will show that M"s?rs. Blana and <,a!rns Blded and abetted In the removal of the wateher*. whuh waa contrarj to law. We wlll show the purusan admlntatratlon of th? offlcera. and we wlll elte caaea und offer evldenee to ahow th.n the Republlcan -ti pervlaor haa been Ignored. We will show the ap oolntment of Republlcana who wera not aat:afac ,..n i., th- Republlcan party, and we wlll show that th- counael of the Reform Leagua has been excluded from th.- h.arings of chargea agalnst ac cuaed "th' lala We will slrnw in conoluaion that th.- ronducl <>( Meeara K.ans and Calrna was ,.t> ?olutely and wilfully eontrary to law and ealla far thelr aummary dlamlaaal. Colonel John C. Holland, thc RepubUean nwmber of th" Board, was thc tirst wltneaa ceUed, and hla evldenee was of a atartUng eharacter, ahowlng that h- was merely a Bgurehead, and that the eotrtrol llng Bplril .?f the Board waa its prealdent CaptaJa Blana, who was i harged t>> -Mr. Holland with .on durtlng iif pr.?dlnga in an lllegal, underhanded ini.i erooked manner. He illuatrated his teatlmony i,. producing i i-uer from Captaln Blana to Mar ahal IV. v. aaklng the pollce Departmeni to Invea tlgate the rharac:er and quallflcatlona "f Itepub who had been recommended for electlon t-f nelala In th- report from th" pollce, whieh was f.lucol bj Colonel Holland, It waa aald tiiat tha Brai man "'a th. Ilat w,,- a Democral and an >\ ronvici Th s man, aa was further -.hown by th? reeorda, waa promptly appolnted a Republlcan t..,n offlrial by Captaln Blana, >? : nel Ho'.land was k.-pt on the -uan l aome houi . and araa aeverely croaa-examlned wlthout wenkening his maln atatement The remalnder ..f the afternoon was taken up with teatlmony as to the Intemperate hablta and Inefflclency of r> | ra fflclala who were appotnted hkijihi the pr... of tii" Republlcan organlaatlon. The ?'sse>n waa adjourned untll to-morrow mornlng, and the caae promlaea to continue two or three daya CANSOT FIGHT IS TKXAS. DECI8IVE ACTTON Bt THK LBOIBLATURE AT AI'STIN. BT A PRACTICALLT .\AMM"f's VOTB TioTll HOUBEfl PABi THB AMTt-PRIBB-riOHTIMa LAW wntt THE EMEROBKCT CLACBE IHCLUDBD. v ... ?;. ? Oct, t Corbett an 1 Kltzslmmons ? place th.m Texas ln whh-h to tlght for the champtonahtp of thc arortd. Tho Legta lature to-day by a vot? that was pra ttcally unanl tnoua In th< Benate and only a Uttle less In the pasS4 ! the bill prohlbttlng prlze-flghting, an.l thua accompllahed the purpoaa for which the Oov ? tembled them in apectal aeaakm. The \ ,:.? by which the bill was rarrted furnlshes the iti .f of thc sentlmcnt of the State with reference to priie-flghUng. The only rallying point of the mlnorlty waa oppoaiUoa to thc emcr h carried the bill Into imnv effect. Certatn of thc members regarded this as an Inhisttoc tO ?UCh of th.- clUxena of Dallas as ha I ap< nt larK" sums in anttclpatkm of the fight and op ,,' B .| it for thal reaaon alone. Thelr arguments were not effectlve. however, and the vote ln thc House on the flnal paaaage of thc bill ahowed but ttve \ ? .-ltlon, with M7 ln Its favor. In the tte the hill was carried with only one nega^tive vote In the twenty-a ven that were east. The Sen ? !? qulck work of the meaaure. H had taken m untll 3 o'clock thla afternoon ln order that the Dallaa people mighf have j full hearing by th" iry Commlttee Wlthln Bfty-flve mlnutes after mhllng, the bill had paaaed. The work ln th.> House waa no! ao expedltloua Tha House is the body, and aeveral membera dealred to be heard upoti th Benate >>ili. which was aubatltuted . ii uae bill then pendlng. Amld applauae a number of amendmenta were offered. Beveral were i but these do nol change the meaaure iti any m i I nt, n epl to make ll atlll more effectlve Aa a reault of theae amendmenta thc bill ?ai i be returned to the Benate to-morrow. but Ita .n ln amen led form wlll be delayed no ionger the i..U. !t wlll th. n be aenl 0 . rnor, ind when hla algnature ahall have , he :. Ii ? 111 be "ome a law. The bl'.l makea prlxe-nghtlng i felony and Impoaea , mlahment upon the prlnclpala foi every Infrac the law by Imprlaonment ln the penltentlar) for a term > f not leaa than two and not more than lh" ?? _ _ C08QESEALL WOVLD VOTE 1'OR I11LL, uiiv THE OXE1DA DEMOCRACT KOMIXATBD KO OXB AOAIN8T BIM. Albany.OcI !(Bp< lal) The fallure of the Dem ocrata at the Benate Dlatrlct Conventlon In la County yeaterdaj t.. make any nomlna? tion for Benator agalnal Henry J. CoggeahaU, runnlng as an Independent Republlcan, and wm lam <;. Weaver, who haa the regular Republlcan nomlnation, al flrat exclted aatonlahment bere. This surprlae, however, daaappeared to-day when a promlnent Democral announced that CoggeahaU would vote In favor of Davld B. Hill for Unlted - ? Benator, if elected. Coggt ihall is to have Democratlc help and, as paymenl for this favor, is to Bupport a Democrat ?? r Benator. Th- Republlcan votera who may i tve been lured Into advocatlng CoggeahaU now have due warnlng that they are aupportlng ? ral in dlagulaw. jfjf. 8BMMMAN FOR 8ECRETART. DBADLOCK W THE PRDJOM OOMMtSBION BROKEN l't.AVS VBOM Ni:\vv. >l!K Albany, Oct - Tha new Priaon Conunlaakm met to-day. and the deadlock which haa exlated over Ii etlon of ti Becretary waa broken. Auguatua Sherman, of New-Baltlmore, was cboaen for the Mr. Bhermaa was Oovernor Morton'a eholce, ., ta aald. H" waa formerly Diatrlct-Attorney >.f i ;r.. ne ?'ounty. piana were lakl before th" Comnuaakm for a aew ?^:.ii;..:i for the Nlnth Preclnct In New-Yorh Clty, [( j to cover three clty lou. The plana were vlr tpprovi I. belng referred with power to Prea !..-;-. noi 1 Btewart. WBOLESALR D18MIS8AL8 IS ALBAXT. \S TWO DATB 111 UEMBERB OP THB CAPTTOL yt>RCE HAVE I I ' S DIBCHABQED. Albany, (| t. 1 (Bpeclal) The attentton of thc t. , .;' Publlc Bulldinga, who are Oovernor Morton, Lleutenant-Oovernor Baxton and Bpeaker Flah, la llkely to be called ln a determlned ni.uin.-r i,, the anormoua number of diamiaaala Juat made from the new Capitol force by Prederlck P. Baaton, lu| rtntendenl of Publlc Bulldinga Mr. Baa? ton dlamlaaed aeventy-Bve of his employea yeater day and thlrty-eut to-day. Of the number dia . fortj one were Republlcana and aeventy were I >emoi i i Th.- excuae gtveo for this extraordtnary numbei of iis |i that tbe new Capitol approprtaUoa has run i..w, atvi greater economi muat be axetetaed. lf this be the caae, it i- aatonlahtng thnt the neeea sity for economy was nol diacovered kmg ago and tha Capitol force reduced. There la g.io.i groun 1 for auaplclon that ihe diamiaaala are |urt of a aame of Albanj polltlca. lf thal be the caae, Oovernor Morton and Ueutenant-Oovemor Sixton andoubt* e.iiv wlll Inform Mr. Baaton thal they do not Intend to permll the Capitol omcea to be made the aawna nt thc men atruggling to >>t>:.iin ocBee la Albaaj County. The large number of diamiaaala Jaet bu electlon undoubtedljf glvea good grouad for auaplclon thal they are aaade aolely with a pollti.-al alm. \ og the men dlamlaaed were man) reterea aaa ployea agalnal whom n>> comptaint had ever been The three nigbl watchmen, J>hn itoork. who haa been on dut) fourteen >"?r> in the Bxecu t.\.- t'hamber; Alexandei Reed, who has been ?m ployed tw.'.v" yeara, and Thomaa Burna, who haa i?'.. i, I,, th< aervlce <>f the Btate twenty-three yaara, w,,,. ,,i; dlamlaaed. Three colored portera, two Ke publlcana and ona Democrnt, were dlamlaaed The men dlamlaaed Included employea ln all the <|? partmenta of the Capitol, excei.t c'.erka There were orderllea elevator men, mall cunteni. watvhir.?i, portera and cellar aaaa, STROXG WOBD8 FOR UNION. KAKNEHT PLBA OF THF; BROOKFIELJ3 DBLBOATMi ... .? PRRRRNTRD BT a cOMMrTTER to thk rtnrrnTJj OAR CAtXRN at TRRRACR OARMM LgfcftMH i?i-:<TDR to AJMOVRR THR OOHVRBTtOR TO NPHtT t'NTH, MtOXDAT i:VF..\INT,~t/i.N'0 DfRCtHBBOR ON THK QUaWlRJM or PUBfOM ARD THK BXODM I'l.AN'K CHAMBRR OF COMMRRCR To TAKK A'TI'IN TO-DAT. It was declded by the party leadera laat nlght that the Republlcan CottBty ConveatlOR tO meet to-nlght sh>uld. after orgRBlglRg and appointlng a Commlttee on Nominati.ns, adjourn over un tll Monday evenlng. and pOftpMM the nomlna tlon of a tlcket untll that time. Th> questh.n of the n milnati m of a tlcket upon whlch all ar<i i.l i :tl/.<-na COUM unlte ln oppoaltlon to th-> rcgtormtlOR oi Tammany Hall was the ono malnly dlaa uss-d iu p-.litlcal clrclca yeaterday. The atrong protaata whlch toUowad the a.tion of the <;., d Qovernment Cluba CoRveRtlea on Mon day nlght have had the afftet of oviving a de man.l (Or reorganizing a body similar to the OoaaV mlttee of Beveflty last year, whlch DalgTjat undcr takc a campalgn similar to that of lt*4 The suc CCM llk.dy to attand thla effort crr he hetter pre dlcted after the meeting of the Chamber of OnbV merce to-day, at whlch actl n favorabM to the nomlnatlon i f a unlon tlcket la expeoted. Th>- effort tO ba made at th- regulaf meeting of tha Cbambar of Commerce might givc. lt waa belleved, effectlve ald to tba movement for a rualon ti-k-t. Charlea Btewart Bmlth, i>r. Park> hurst and othtr nien latereeted la the movement t i form a eomMnRUOB "f all at the ofRRBlgBtlBPB oppoaad t.. Tammany bava dectdad that it ls too late t,> procead by maae-meetlng and appolat an-~ other C mmttte< of Baranty, hut they h??pe to have a -entral anmlttee aaalgncd to the work of r.cffotlatlns a union tlcket to-dar. ntaay of tha m.-n Who were prOflttRtRt in munlcipal reform B/orfe laat year are membera of the Chamber of Commerce, and it m expected that they a/tfl go to tba meeting to-day raady to laad thelr intinence for a rontlnuatlon of the work begun laat year. Abrgaader E <?.r. prealdenl of the chamber, ? ?aid yaeterday that tbe meeting of to-day had not been called for polltlcal rea -.ns, bvt he hoped that the Chamber WOOld not ahlrk the duty whleh ?eemed t<> be preaatag. "I hope," he coattaRed, "that the raembera of the chamber wlll not flag one whit in thelr Intereot for th.- caoae whlch they chamceoaed last year." RJJBROLtrriOMI To Bl PRBBBMTBIX it was learned yeaterday that as a reault of it.nt confereaeea, Charlea Btewart Smith has prepared aorae reg dutl ma to present to tha Chamber of Commerce to-day. Thejr wlll reaf lirm the Chamber's opinkMl that the governmenf of thi* city ahould be condoeted on a non-partl san and buainesslike basls, and wlll authorlza th>- Chamber'a Commlttee on Mualdpal Reform to take the lead ln an affort to aecura the noml nation of a fusion tlcket. Mr. Bmlth was not in the clty yeaterday, but a number of hls eaaod atea were actlvely engaged ln th- work of stlr ring up members ot the Chamber of Commerce who have appeared t> be lacklng ln zcal for the caoag of municlpal ref.irm of late. The Rev. Dr. Parkhurst sal 1 yeaterday that he waa hopeful that there woull be another union of all the ..rgan'./.ations oppoaad to Tam? many. "It ls evld. nt." he aald, "that the good people of the City are Just as determln.-d aa ever to dlire Tammany to tha last dltch and keep that eorrupt ergeatxeUoB fr..m Ketting tnt"> power again. The nearepapera repreaeat the pop ular feellng on the sul.J<-> t, I am lure, and I atn convtneed from what I aee and read that lf we have another unlon t: :kel this fall we are going to Wifl again." Oood C. vriiment Club leadera were atlll de clartng yeaterday that the ticket whleh was noml nated on Monday niRht would remaln la the fleM if there waa a oombinatlon wlth PUtt Repubii cana ln tfce nomlnatlon .-f a union ticket. A Cim ?nitu-e on N imlnatloaa held ? meeting in the of rtce of R. Pultoa Cuttlas in the foreaooa. anl talked over a puui for eompteUaf the ticket at the Oood Qoverameat Ciubs Conveatloa t-)-mor row evenlag. In tbe afternoon the Eiecatlve Commlttee ( the .; I ? rerameat Cluba aaet at No. *- Uberty-at and appolated a Campalga Commlttee, wlth authortty to arraasa tot baad quartera. The Campalgn Commltt.oaakata .f Ooorse M. Caaaatt, M. D. Rothacblld, Prebat Tuckar, Wllllam .1. Bchleffalln and Edwla T. Rlce, Jr. MANY CONPEREXCE9 HELD. Theiaadera of the Republlcan orBRnJaattoa heij a number of coaferencea yeaterda) and dkwRaRai tha queatlon of atralght and fualon tlcketa m all their phaace. The managera of th. .-ity maehlaa contlnued t.. expreaa their purpoaa l i aMact the candldatea to be nomlnated by the c.unty Con ventl n. and said th.it the niaj.rity <.f the nom Ineea ahould be unqueatl ned RepubUcaaaj hut it was said that the tlcket ghOOld be made up in part, at leaat, of repreeentatlvea from whal u kaown as tbe BrookfleM or Antl-Platt dlviatoa of the party, and s..me ^.f tba leadera beartlly fa vored the plaa to offer aome of the i-'.a.-cs on the tlcket to other antl-Tammany organlaatl ns. This was the attltuda of Mr. Lauterbach yeater? day. and moal of the machlne leadera, lt was un deratood, agreed wlth hlm, The Repuhlican County CORVORtlOfl has been called to meet t ?Rlght at Lyrle HalL MaRi Ra> publlcana of both factlona araruad that to plaee properljr ln the held a tlcket whl* h woutd not only unlte the Republlcan vete, but meet the appruval of the great body of cltlaeng up m wbJeh party ai legtaaee olta llahtly, woul I requlre more urm than Interveaed before I o'cloek to-RlRht Th.- propa* sition. therefore, 11 adjourn the conveaUon untll Monday evealas neRt, nfter ita orBanhnirloa and the appolntmenl of a Commlttee on Nomlnati.>ns, found maay gupportera AT TERRACB OARDBN. lt was Aaally dedded to call ? meeting of the orranlaatlon leadera lor laat nlght. it was held at the Terraee Oardea, In Baat Kifty?ighth-st., and was tttCRdCd by tWO !-?!? BRtCf '. Bl BR h di3 tri t. The aubjeel of how th.- tlcket to be n imlRBbRJ ghould be made up was als i 04M Of the iRtportRRt toplea yeaterday, and a k...i?i part ol the >iay Mr. Lauterbaoh'a offlee, at No. -- WlUiam-at, waa Blled wlth promlneat membera ..f the party, ?h? went to make BRajajaatlona as to tha naakeup >>f the tlcket, and other nutttera it waosai.i that Qeneral i>at'.ifi Butterfleld had withdrawn lr.s name as a candldate f-.r ltegiater, and that Th'.ma* l.. HamlltOR, "f the IXth l>ia trict. ha.l been agreed upon f.>r that offtce. Por Judgea of the Bupreme Court three candldatea a.e tobeoboai n The namee <>f Republlcana m.'st oftea BugReeted were Erneat Hall Edward Mltchett. Tbaron O. Btrong and Jamea A. Blanchari. A givat deal .>f preeeura was brought durlas the day in favor of ex-Judge Alfred Bteckler, kmder of the [ndependeat County OraRntaatlon. htaay of the machlne leadera, Includlng e?-8enator ulbbe. Port vVarden Ounner and Oeorse W. vPanamaker. urgad the nomlnatlon of Mr. Steckler as good polltics. Mayor Strong waa ,i\^> (|iioted as havlng expreeeed aa oplnlon favorable to plactag Mr. Bteckler on the tlcket whlch the Mayor doalrog ahould be of aueh n eharaeter aa to ra thejiup THia II AN APYKKTISKMKNT, and othera i ke it wlll Bapear ?> |bta apace, whlch for a year to come haa been h.lalbjr reaanred for ui Head theae adv?rtlaem.nta. you wlll perchance Oad much that may interest you. (>ur PaU Over '?outa-aee fhem Tdi-y ?ill pleaae you. u.-orge G| -^njamln, Broadway, corner 2oth 3t.-Advt.