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ANTI-IIANXA MEN CONTROL.
Contltniod from Klrat 1'iiiir. tothMr. and Mrs. Orlfllth, and nwceajdtd to the Nell Houai ?ft< r tham. ' wi .:? :? d OUl of tbe Ncll Houae the rlval workcra B?l Into ? Aghl as to who j .hould eacori Mra. Orlfnth The antUHanna ; ?mb Buoceeded In gettlng Mrs. Uriffltb to return to the Oreat s uthern Hotel, whara ahe had the i li?t 'ntervi'W Wlth Mr. Kurtt Jual hefore the I jroVeealon formed to atarl for the State Houae for the openlng aeaalon. The wivea ?nd relatlvea and othey frlenda <?f ,?v membera who were In the doubtful llal httve had experlencee In the U-t few daya nnd Sghta ^ ,:':,!!ti'- i thoaeol Mra. Orlfflth. ?The Hanna men havi thla afternoon rarrled the war Into the eountlcs i i the nlne Republlcan : membera who votcd wlth the Democmta and K\\\ be rharteri d lo brlng thelr conetltu the Btnte capltal to ma ti "Rome rn wl." the Hanna fTTanagen. exprerced it. ,?., a? the i -i laturo waa reconvenlng at ., ..,, '. . . unced thal Charli t* k'.,'z who had headed the oppoaltlon to Haana, mr wnn li Ihe flght. would be th- ? ppo n.lldai ?" ? -?? '? md thal Oovernor M .. ? m.-ki ib n had eon* i ti 1 . "in. k gTATI MENT Bt IIANNAH BUPPORTERB. \-- ?? a : ng conferenca of Ihe Hanna managx ra I owing Btatemi nl was glven oul from i ":,";, .i f thi lo wganlae ... Ifllatun ? ia a atirpr*e . ..;.-.- .;?;. rtere of B, nny bearlng ?????????1 ? ? ? ;r,'"r ...... arj way to vote .i '- ''T... .. in, < .. .- .:^.i!.. ' la 01 . . a. -. 8. that thi . ..... u.,i< f >r ib. r . on ? ? -T ?lll . ? ' '-. , | thal the -.-.,?? - ? ' ?'' f .. lrP.u of grlev ..,,.. ? ? - ? aea a i.l ? ? ?-- nb Ing I . ?. i Tn ,;,|;h Noven ' ' I eratloi ? irahlP ?he Inati Btat, i ? ntlon " 'PPOfi o ... ,. | ... dly and t he will recetve ....... ealled ... I feature of the ,...,?,? .o-"d : . ,?, wi ri ln th. nlted ' . ? ?? lftn*???2 ? ? part ., . . . the Re ? ? ? bj, that actlon wo ild . ? th? Demoeracy rtlvei the conti ? I ne-half. If nol ? ' ? m McKlnli PROTBBTI TO OOVERNOR BI'SHNELI* joaeph O. Oaat, of Waahlngton C un Houae, a llepublli 'ti edltor, lo-daj tendeied to Governor Hu?hnell hla realgnatl n aa leputj oll Inapector ua account of th. Qovernor'a attltude <>n th" The i of Judge Saah, Colonel Moore and Mr. Oeat were all ,???;?; acoepted A dtl.gatlon of three hundted nnd fifty Hepuh na rrtved at 11 p. m., from Burlngfleld, the .? n r Buahi ell, to proteat agalnat tloi ol the i lovernor In tbe Benatorlal ? ? ? Thi Bprlngfleld Republlcana were mel ;i. the Btatl n b) a delegatton of Hanna men wlth blg red Hanna badgea for all. The trana parenclea they b re were verj aevere. and the atreet puradi was -nitT-. demoratratlve The followlng telegrama were among thoae re lay by Oovei I hnell: war . ? Jan a?Trumbull County and not atand your tri kery to ? Repub"CaorfoKOE PBEDMOBE. Chalrman. jogEPH SMITH, Becretary. ,;?? ) ,;;- fAfFFIEl D, MI'NOO BROWNLEE, ;RT, Bxe itlt Comm.i. Toui gatown. Ohlo. Jan fc All your ? I regret very much that you i n alh inee w . h Pfm ... ,rp ,-e of defeatlng tl ? ' ?;-;;> , , ? . ia only hoi i i whi n ..... ??''?'".''? .. , ...,.? romes wlth the'betmyal rty and frlenda. We ? *l ect youi to ucua-nomlnee and nol ruin J . M A. NORRIS, < halrroan. I ? | u nt th. manlmoi .. RepuWl ana of !?" ' ' Mark ? torecelv. thi vot? o ? ?;;> ? tl U -.?>? in eb ???! ip bltter . Kepul lloana heri ahou d ai one ut ? the Btate . fall to glve hlm thi li ' ;,"r' , , r> >. I > A \ II* J, NYE. Judge c.nimon Pleaa Court. JOHNSON, Edltor of "Reporter," \V. J' BEDORTHA, CHARLKB. A METCALK, UUINCY A. (HL.MORE, U II LEAVI8. C.tv Audltor. A H WEBBER, ex-Proaecutor, II W. INHERBi 'I.I., ( <;. WA8HBHRN, County cierk. V. ii. Ut.VNTON, ex-Mayor, B DAY. i/d'.T. Bherlff, GEOROE H CHAMBERIjAIK, 1 \ tsRAMAN, Edltor Of "The Re puti: A n aJalTH, 4 J 0. CONWAY, P I. Pl'LLER, W, E. W1LLIAMB J. >HN LEEi H. ? ? M T T. I. a W BOLDMEYZR JUDOE I'AV N?>r T<) BB A CANDIDATE. HI MAKH AN aBBOUm DEM1AI* AVI) BATB III! IS I-'dt HANNA TMK rfBWl \T TllF. VHfTI BOV8A ''. ? ? n 8. -Aaalatanl Becretary Day r? ? mornlng from i . ? ? , ? ii poBl at ? rie I >ep trtmi ' Btai . tei ^ I to the i ? I ? | ,. ..?-?.- | to tute hla nam< foi that of Benator Ha um J |g, Daj eri pi >mp j i . ii . m iner c-j | | . i, d H. aald Ther. e, ln th. .??:>.? :.:. ,t M.- lunnd wlll be li ?? i aa he I h> " riTaa laat BtAtemi n'. u n made after ??? i . - ki r of th? Clilo li" :? ?? of Repn - from ''? imbua waj. taken to the wrhlte , .|at. : Pn and waa H of i . . : ?; immedlati .... ? irerj I uay re : Re iresi n -? i the u- ? - ...... ... ?? ? .? ?>.,. rnotnl-.. ? ? ? \tt laey with Bome I \1 lt. ? - ? ? OARPIRLD nn! OOINQ TO COLUMBUB ii.m'. Jan f"h to "Tho Commer elal Ttlbune" fr m Dayi r" ? Qartli Id Ri pul .' ? ? 'Brtgl ' : i ? ? ? ? ?, attend the Inauguratlon of Oovei r next M ?? ? ij ? 0OLONEL T W. MOORE REBIOR1 Clnefanati Jan I. n dlBpateh from Marletta aaya: "Colonal t. w Moore, one the ti eteea of ih. gtat. !i ? Ita 1 for the Inaai < nl Athena, by ? '/.f '. ????? oi B lahni I, I ???? for war !? d . l y mall ai i "i ? *'" ' h'~ .- " e R'HJL N"T ATTEXD THB INAUOURATION ,i || | tccordlna io ? dli patch fo m ; ... ..??:?. itlon to Ihe Buehm II ina'iK'.i llon ? refui l to go to l ? eeremonlea on ;,? iouni <>f tm ?? 'a attltude ln the Bena? torlai fife-hi Thi- lacludea the unlformed bodlea and Preeldenl Archlbald f the Bl.lne Club, of C1 thai - )ii.,it:e Cluh wlll itb nd thi in n * ,.,, ? ,,11,-r w'.h' .. i,rr clniw do Rose of Arden, Has the fragrancc of frcshly Cut Roscs. Lundborg's. IN THE LEOISLATURE. HOW THE T\vo H0U8E8 WERE OR OANIEED. MABOM EUCCTXD BPEAKER BI FIFTT SIX VOTEB AOA1BBT Fll'rv-TMKf.i: POB BOXWBUj A DEMOCRAT MADE FRE81DEWT PBO TEM OB THB BENATE THB OOV " " ERNOR'B kfEMAOl l'.KAP. Colnml.ua, Olilo, Jan. 3.-Tho Ohlo Legtelature cOO rened al M o m. to-day. Owlng lo the Benatorial i, unuaual Intereat wa* taken in tbe organl* Mtton of both h uaea The caaeuaea ',:?-< Baturday nlghl were not on the uaual llnea between the Re puhllcana and th.- Democrata becauae aome of the ? -an membera had formed a fualon witti tbe , ? ? ratle membera for the defeat of Benatoi Hanna. . , . tv Benate atanda elghteen Democrate and etgn teen Republleana tbe latter Includlng Benator Volght w'io waa elected on a Fualon tlchel from Clndnnatl and who dld nol attend etther caucua v- the Benate Republl an caucua on Baturday nlght Benator Burke, Republlcan. of Cleveland, who la an ntl-Hanna man. waa not only aha-nt. but he waa . . rarfle tlme nomlnated by the D?mocratle oau prM leni pro tem. of the Benate, The Re in caucua nomlnated Benator J- Parb Alea ander ror prealdent pro tem. The abaence of Benator Burke to-day. therefore, maant nol only hla electlon, bui ihe electlon of Dem i iti ol - offl ea In th, Benate Wlth , irty , jrawn In tha Ber.ate, Ueutenant-Governor A. vV Jonea R'PU 'Hcan. wonid have nad the tle vote to'oaal and he haa been conaldered aa oppoaed to Tbe Houee atands Bl?ty-tWO Republlcaiu and rorty s^vt.M p, ??? . tba rormer Includlng four Fualon lata from Clndnnatl. Al tha Republlcan Houae cau? cua Bat irday nbjhi tbere were only flfty-two piea . pjedged to Aleaandei Boawell for Bpeaker. .,. ?.nteea, Grlfflth, of ? linton, waa the mly one offerlni ei He aaa alch. The ,,?..,.,- ninc Republlcan membera wrre abaen! be .. .,.,,, ,,r,. oppoMd ??? Hanna and regarded ? twel ns -he Hanna candldata Tbeae nlne Re? publl nn membera met wlth the Democratl mem i Indoraed Harry C. Maaon, ol Cleveland, an ,!.:,.i Republlcan, for Bpeaker Wlth iheea Republlcan memiera nnd tbe foity-eeven Demo cratlc membera Maaon had flfty-alx VOte* or more ?v to elect bul aome of the Democratlc era refuaed to be pledged to Republlcan ran ei for Senator. Bpeaker <>r other ofiieea In the iture. Oa ng to tha Senatorehlp being at etake. thera wai at ? w tally large attendance aboul thi Bl ti Houae al an earty hour. It requlred nn bour to ex ? . redi ntlali and aweai ln tbe 101 mem? bera of . Houae, bul the thlrty-elx Benatora aoon I, All w*n preaent In the Benate Chamber exeepi Benator Burke Th" vote on organlaatlon 11S to H la favor of tbe Democrata ?"ho elect? ed all the offlcera 0. D. CaaeelL Democrat. waa elected ? hlef clerh, orer A C. Calne, Republlcan, ? ?,. latter havlng espected re-electlon through Burke'i preeence, deaplte Burke'a refuaal to aupport Hani i. Thaddeua E. Cromley, Democrat w-as elect? ed prealdent pro tem. lt la underatood that h?* wlll glre way to Benator Burke aa aoon aa the latter l* hoaen In accordance wlth the aotion of the antl i tucua Tbe Democratlc organuation of the Benate waa made oomplete ln a q-ile: way. WILD BCBNE8 IN THE HOUBE. A detaebment of pollcemen waa neded to hoid back the erowd tbai fllled tbe hall of the Houae and preeaed about Ita entrancea ln the hall the wlldeet acenea were wltneaaed In the tirst hour of the aeeeton. All of the Ml mem? bera were ln their aeafs. After the name of B0X? well had t^en preeented aa the regular Republlcan candldate for Bpeaker, tbe name of Maaon waa preaented by Jonea (Rep.) and aeconded by two other Republleana The Democrata dnl not par tlclpate In ttie apeaklng. As tim ballot prooeedad tberv were loud cheera when tbe doubtful m>-m bors reapondeJ to thelr namea and when the roll call approai bei th" eloae and Maaon aecured neceaaary majurlt) thera wiua a di-monatrnt;on thal delayed the ofllclal announcemenl <>f tbe rota Tha ballot reaulted: Maaon, M; Boxwell, M the :, ? predlcted alnce Baturday nlghl by tha com opi oaitlon ro Bei ator Hanna There waa much oxcltemenl over the elertion of a Bpeaker pro tem. Bpeaker Maaon had been all along openly oppoeed to the re-electlon of Benator nna, wbiio John P. Grlfflth, of Unlon county, had been clalmed by both atdea, The Hanna m.-n aay they counted on hlm tlll he waa nomlnated on Baturdaj nlghl by the comMne for Bpeaker pro tem. When Repreaentative Grlfflth caal hla rota In a elear volce for Maaon for Bpeaker thera waa a wlld acene, ond tbe excttemeni oontlnued tlll Orlf? flth waa elected Bpeaker pro tem. by tbe aama vote ..a i bat for Bpeaker The regular Republlcan candldate for chlef clerk of th^ Houae waa John R. Malloy, Becretary of 'he Republlcan Btate Commlttee. Malloy haa held thal offlce for thr." terma, and waa very rompetent M . vol ?? i i- been heard at Natlonal Conventlona and be waa a favor:.-, but he waa defeated by Charlea n Gerrlah, a Republlcan who has been Mr. Kurta'i ,!"-. Ileutenani In hla oppoaltion to Bena? tor Hanna The combine ilate wenl through for all the nn- ,>r placea by the aiinv- vote of M to M, After the electlon of Gerrlah the procedlnga were very qui?-t, many retlring from the crowded lobt-iea and gallerli r< INACGURATTON of THE OOVBRNOR One of the flral thtnga uaually conaldered on the ? ? bllng of the General Aaeemhly la tho ap troi - ? f v Joinl Commlttee on Arrangementa for the Inauguratkm of the Governor. Whet ? I Jolrrt reaolutlon ^ame up to-day ln the Benate, the Republlcan Benatora, as a rule, decllned to rote on accounl of thelr oppoaltion to Oovernor Buahnell. i t reaolutlon waa adopted by tha Democrata, aa ateted by Bhcpard and Welghtman, Republ and Volght Fualonbit Tl,e ac-tlon cauaed qulte a stir about the Btate Houaa Benator Bhepard haa been eoneldered frli ndly to tboee eonnected wlth the oppoaltion to Benator Hanna althouKh ha ? I by the caucua nomlnatlona of hla party In tha organlaatlon and wlll vote for Hanna for Benator At !"? m Benate took a r* eea untll I K) p. m. wlthout nt:; oi.ing to tha Oovernor that it waa ready for h i meaaage, but thla waa owlng to the H ngaged In eompletlng Ita organlaa? tlon, whlch proceeded wlth ,-,-?. tedloua rollcalla that alwaya reaulted in the n ouneement of M to :.:; In favor of the lombtne candldatea, from ? ? tant clerka and even portera, wlth the alngle exeeptlon of ' "oloni . Frederlck Blenkm r, who waa Indoraed by both cauruaea for tblrd aa alatanl aergeant-al arm . a place ln whlch he aerved contlnuoualy for thlrty-aeven yeara, r llnea were never drawn on hlm, and to-day nal llne* were not draa n At 1:40 the Houae took a receaa tlll 2:10 p m. After heing In aeaalon half an bour In tho after the I ? ?? took a r* ? ni, 4 y m The Houae remalned In aeaalon durlng the afti rn > >n on . r,. aa. In the Houi e the Benate Jolnt reaolutlon for a commlttee to arrange for the ln ? ],,, of Governor Buahnell next Mondny . ., : nd waa adopted by 104 ayea und no noea, i:, xwell an II i thei Reoublli oni nol voting. , uie h ni ?? to .k n recei - tlll 4 p m., when .. | announeed the Oovemor'a meaaage would .,,,. i,,i 'i!,.. receaa waa devoted to confer .the dlatrlbutlon of placea on the coro ? ,i other patronago In tbe Intereal of ihe ,.. ) cai dldafi i RE W'Y FOR THE ME88AOE v ., , ??,, Benate n aaembli I al 4 o'clock, Bei i r r Qarfleld waa tbe only Republlcan In bl I , . u , .... io repori Ibat hla colleaguei were . eonferem ? The lolnl reaoluMon foi a i .mmlttee to wali on Q rrern'or Bnshnell and Inform hlm that the Genera Aeaemblj araa irganlae<] foi buelneae ., - ? ihe Houae. Ind m ta adopted bi .... ihe el thteen 1>. mo -rata. all vot k tot it After tho retum of ihe commlttee fr?m thi Go'ernol e, th. meraage waa reod and referred lo the Bpproprlit.mmltteea rtie aami a lb n v\ taken ln the Houae, Tl ,. Houae r. aaaembli d at l o .-lo -k, ind Jual , ..|OUI t, th, i- idl g of Oovernoi Buahnell'a mi ? . .... .. ia ai d reaoJutloni wen offered ta of them belng almed al Benab r Hi nna Both of , , ,,., .,,-. were Introdueed bj Repubile ',,|- ? he re, oJ'liMO'. li ?, ,o ,n. ,?...?.??-?? - and for ita independence aa ?oon ?? practt Thla reaolutlon waa referred to aa In oontradlrtlon t to Senator Hanna'a racord In the R.nate. ! At r.:.tii l.oth ho.1t..* a.ilonrn".! tlll 10 a m. to-mor- i row I In the Serate the romhine eootrolled everythtng on ai '?........ bui ao test rotefl wefa taken ln the Houae afti r the or^aniaaiion waa oompleted. The ft-iina; '.hal haa been engendered durtni l preiiminary confereneefl w..s ahown In ill the roll ealla, and it la evldenl that Benator Burke wlll nol be i.ived wliu mucli cordinlltv on hla alde of the Houea if be 'ppeara ln hla aeal fo-morrow. BUSHMBXL PAVORI A PRIMARY LAW, Governot II ishnell In hls n i - tge 10 the Legte. latura thufl ref.rred to the neceaalty for a prtmary electlcr laW for the Btate ??Th- electlon lawa of our Btata ar.- deatgned ;.? he broad enough la afford t mple protectlon for the purlty of ihe ballot, but lt musl be admltti i that reform i" needed ln our ayatem of eondu 'tlng prl mary electlona To make the condltlona more - itla faetor) in r.latlon to the rxercle. ..f the ele Uve franchlee, lt aeema t>. me neceaaarj that there Bhall be auch extenalon of ihe lawa aa wlll place the prlmartea undei l ? control of th. Boarda of Elee tlon, "it> and county. A method whlch wii. pi ? . Li.- thal the prtmarlea ..f each partj ahall be ? d under ,.iuitr>: ,,r Boarda of Electlon, a) thi aame tlme and under Ihe aami rulea permtttlng only regiatered a -d quallfled rotera to caal Iheli ba for delegate< 'o convi ntlona, or candldatea ' ir nom Inatl >n. and attachlng proper penaltlea f..r rlolatl "-. ..f the lawa, wlll effect reforma whlch ahould long .\. been Inatli .;?? I In behalf ot !!.?? eovcrelgn rtghi .t ihe people, Buch .. departure from o .r preaenl ayatem wlll be ln harmony with ad\ n ? l Ideaa conce ning electlon proceaaea and wlll !?? ,,;? proved bj all good rlilaena l reopeetfully urge the - i>.)....| f...- ronelderatlon, and hope 'o !????? r l -, * - <;???. erai Aaaemblj take the Inltlatlve in thla matter." QOVERNOR BUBHNELL TALK& RJJ TE1A4 A OOnRCBPONDCNT ?'iiv RB BBJItfOBJ TO TAKB I'Al'.T IN' Tlli: PRE8EKT PIORT. Clnclnnatl, Jan. t -"The Bnoulrer," in n -, lal dlapatch from Columbua. prlnts a taik by Oov ernor Buahnell wlth one of Ita ^-.irr eorre*pond snta, of whl.-h the followtng HI a part: "There .iro aome thiiiK* ln thi<< altuatlon," aald the Oovernor, "whlch are poaltlvely ludlcroua i am !,.?. used ..f Inconalatency becaua. I won'l aup port Hanna. NOW, here are Satn llalley. \<r. T'r.ney and wveral orher patrtotlc Clnclnnatlana, Who foughl Co* laal fall, under Cox'a ord? r?. iighting for n blgger boaa than the one whom : they helped t> defeat In Clnclnnatl and whoae I mandatea they are now earrylng out. Why are : they d'lru it" BeoauBe the AdmlnlBtratlon, throuph Mark Hanna, haa promhted that Mr. <'.?> ahall dlatrlbute the Pederal patronage ln Cl . clnnatl. In return Coa i? to dellrer t.. Hanna tha vutea of certaln Clnelnatl Pnalonlata "After the laal campalgn I almply dedded that ? il\ refuei lo atand up and I.ounted am ?i g the adherenta of a man who would have ancri Dtcd me laal fall to he'.p hlmaelf. Hanna profeaaed i to be abie to run thlngx ali gle-handed and to ? ? ? hhneelf. Tha' waa hla only Intentlon In the ' fight laal fall. He heCnn ;t bIom; I?t blm f'.ii!"!i ,t : alone. if tha Admlnlatratlon ean aave hlm, lel I lt do fo. Hanna never ev-n contUlted me When he mnde hls deal wttii Coa al ClnclnnatL :-'? I r dld i'ox After i'ox had declared in an mtervlew tl al Hanna ought to he appolnted, he wroti m calllng my attentlon to the mtervlew Two weeka before I had given my promtaa to gppalnl Hanna C ix had notbltlg to do wlth lt. I M>n1 Hanna '. the Benate by appolntmeni He undertook, alded hy i'ox. to ae.'ure htn electlon to au sceed hlmaelf I waa not COOBUlted iri that flght, tn.r waa I con Bulted In any matt.-r of campalgn polley, though I was thM. maklng tbe race for i.-a.i of thi tlck-t. "U'hy BhOUld I take any part now Ir. BenatOI Hanna'a Bght? Wh'y ahould I do anythlng more ? ii Benator Hanna'a rolleagua, Benator Poraker, or, -he BtumpI He advocated the electlon of Hanna Bo dld I. We were then Bghtlnf ?> eom mrm enemy. He is not dolng anythlng now Nelther am i v> have no intereat Involved Bul wh'.i- l am called a Benedlcl Arnold and ., Judaa, dld you notlee that n.. ..ne attacka Porakei 1 wlah aome one would. Hnt no one wlll They are afrald of Pornker." UPBRAIDING THE BOLTER8. THK TIPPECANOB ii.' h. OF ' i.kvki.ani i, ki"M"N BTRATEfl WITH Hl'HKK. MABOa AND BltAKLBTT Cleveland, Jan. I. The prealdenl and aeeretary of the Tlppaeanoe Club, the blg Republlcan organl zation of this dty, te-day aenl tbe followtng tele gram to Benator Burke and Repreeentatlvee Maaon a'.i Bramley, the three boltlng Republleana from thla county: "The ofnVer? of the Tippecanoe <**iub expre?? | ?r themealvea and Ihe Republleana generally through out the city llaapproval al your a-".on ln not bi ii !':.?? by the Instructlona of th. County and gtate com.I .v The membera of tha <-bib are v.-ry indlgnant A teieitram wna abjo BOnl to Oovernor Buahnell exi.r.-.sinu dlaappolntmenl at hla poaltlon In tha Benatorial conti il A meetlng of the club haa been called to pro teal H^alnat the actlon of Birke. Bramley a:.d Maaon, and demand taat they ahall rote for the ReDuMlcan caucua nomlnee for ITnlted Btatea Bena? tor "a" they pledgod themaelvea 'o do, both pub lieiv and prlvately ' , Two membera ol the eommltte. of the eluo to nrrantt" for a -^i.lal traln ??? Oovernor Buahnell'a Inauguratlon have realgned, and lt la aald that tha trlp ?111 ';>e aba n loni d. THK MARYbAXD 8EXATR C0XTE8T. a COMBIttATION WHb'M ROP?l TO PORCg T1IK l',i.i:.*il.>N OP MB OARt A? A OOMPROMIBR. Baltlmora, Jan ?? fBpeclal). A breah haa oe curred In the comblnatlon of membera of Ihe i ?"? islature controlled ln ihe Benatorlal conti Oovernor l^owndea and Benator B'elllrgton alnce ti,.- wlthdrawal of tha Oovernor. a il the membera eanno' be held In llne for Judge i/.m. i:. Mc ? . he atlll li ad - I te race ?omblna tionB were belng formed lo-day thal ibij ln the electlon of elthe* Poatmaater-Oeneral U.try OT gtate Treaaurer Thomaa i Bhryock Mei from the aouthern and eaat?rn rountlea who wlth the Lowndea movemenl on accounl ol n pe ited Btate pati ? '": ? >te foi M ?' 'omai The lupportera of Major Alexander Bhaw and General Bhryock aaj thal McComaa cannol thi ?? Btttea from Baltlmore Clty, and nol more than a Ihlrd of thoae from the Eaatern - The Bouthern and taatem membera are ;?? to rote ...- Mr Oary or ConareaBman Mudd may ?,.i^,., i ? The eombln it'on n. tde to-daj n a Congreeaman Mudd, Btat. Benator Weeteott and Mayor Malater are Intereati I hopea to effect ? ,!....r,...-k. and, although Mr <;.-,ry la nol an aetlve candldata force h's electlon an ? corapromlae II la alao underetood thal whlle Benator ^'elllngton would nol Bupport a randldate for the M / . he would only too willlnaly throw the ,.. rhteen or twenty rotea he r mtrola ? i i 11 mm Mt Gary or Qeneral Bhryock In preference to - I rhral, Judge M< Con i?. ,\ iirpe number of membera of the i*gtelature nr'r. m tbe clty to-nlght, and the mai Benatorial candldatea ..re busy. To-m rroa the poiitlcal centre arlll be ahlfted ^o Annanolla The Republleana ln the Benate have aelected the of i,. . ra for that b idy J B*|ri It inda i wlll . |;. p?bl| an Pre I li nl of thi B< ( ??" under the nreaent Btate Conatll i , I >w thlrty ri n The Republleana wlll alao I ., ? ..... for thi " ? tlme The ? aueiia for of ft, . ra of the House wlll be held al tbe ? i ;Ito ' ? morrow nlghl The ? hlef randldati - roi - ? r,. | , fer. of r iltlmore Cltv, and v ? M (jould ot Baltlmore County, wltn I ln f,,\ ?r of ihe latti r e JCE-PRODVCIXO WEATBER TO COXTIXVE. ROBNOtV I.IKI'.I.V TO aPOlLTHE RKATtXa PREEZ IN'.; TEatPERATURB IV THK BOtTB porecaater Dunn of Ihe BTeather Bureau promlaed yeflterday a contlnuance of the freeaJng weathrr thal haa prevalled for th.- laal thr.laya, aaylng that the thouaandi wl o were Bnxlou I) lookl the comlng of lee-produdng weather were more than Hkely to have thelr wlahea grntlBed, and ihere w?s no anoa In Blghl to bpo when M had mr.-re-.V There w.e a anowetorm l? the baatn of Ihe Bi Uwr i - ' " ? Paaaed I i ? , wlthout comlng to tl ( ol the euntry. There waa freex"ng weather over nearly a ... veaterdai aa far aouth aa New-Or :;;::^\^ reporled that the frult crop wlll auffer . i\;T,,}ZTV^r^^:lnu^ the ihermomet. r . dfalkmaa loa aa O degreea ln thli clty I went :,-, , ',,.. ' nn* of " ? dar, bul nol abov, frecalna i" "" Arcordlng to th- weatl . ropheta, | lt wi)] i.>.b r and fnlr to dav e REAPPOIXTED TO TBK BEXCB. THK TERMB f>P IfBTl 1 " DI '? " \'; ^>f '' M: '? gj | !;'.-|o.l. I". , ' (VI BKl ?H riA.'K The reai polnln ent I Bovi rnor Black of Juatl ? i ,, pykman to i- n'. rm inj dutj ln Ihe Bupi me | , ,lir, Whlch he mlghi lawfulry bay performed If . ,, , term of ofrl a had nol baen abrldged b] the I ? .,.,,,,?. 0f Bge preacrtbed by law, whl h '? rm would have explred Dwmbrr ?L I d yea OBITDARY. DR EDWARD L, DODOE !>r. Edward L Dodga dled il bh bome, Ko. '?"" Claeeon-ave . Rrooklyn, laal evenlng, fr..m bleod polaonlng. folloaing inrgleel operatlona Ha waa ... .. ; | ,, ? t ||.. ,1-, ubj, Rnd ? dw ated ln tbe publle aehoobi there Aboul twelve or fourteen reara ago be waa graduated from Ihe New-York i . , ?? md Immedlately aett.ed in ):? ? :.!? ;,. a here ha h id atnca llved. Dr. Dodge 1 Revolutlo atock, Hi waa ? well ? igiin ln tbi Nlnth Ward. lirooklyn, and I. ,,| , tmo i Ihe poliiu-lima thi r >. j ? ? ? . -. ,i. the ? i m n i tlon for a pollce aurgeon -md- r the new admli latratlon, and it la .-,.|,i that .,.- had .. |ood chancn for appo'.nt ment. He wrna a memher of the K,--.,il Arca'.um. He leavea a wlfe and two chlldren. The f'.neral will take place al th? houae <,n Wedneada; even ir.K a: * o'clock. Thf Rev. U B. Peaee, of the I'hurch of (mr Father, wlll conduci tbe Bervlcea. T >? burl il i III be prlvate. ? OEOROE BARLOW. Cleorge Barl w, one of th<- oldeal membera of the Btock Exchange, dled on Bunda, at hla home. No. ! ?:, Clermont-ave., Brooklyn, from cancer of tho ?tomach. He had been III for aboul elght montha. Mr. Barloa waa born ln Haverr.traw In 1132 He ted i nt to earn hla Ing * en ot ly tweh e \.-;,i> o'd, golng to w,,rk in n carpci factory. Later he became conne ted wlth A T, Btewart'a aa head of the ihlpplng di-partment. In liwa he J ln< . ihe Open Board of Brokera, when t ran ln oppoaltion to the Btock Bxchangi He be ? . .i... .i member ,,f the St,i<-k ESxchnnge ln Mav, !--..i Mr. Barlow w.i* nn actlve member of thi Bummerncld Methodlat Bplacopnl Church for aboul twenty-eighl yeara, and waa alao a m*n?fcer of tho Bona of the Revolutlon. He ls aurvlved by B U'ldow. :- and a aon. Th.- funeral wlll i-1 he'.d al hN home thla afternoon al 1:30 o'clock, con lucti ! '? thi Rev HerbeH VVelrh, pn?tor of tho Bumm<::.-: l church, The burlal a'lll '??? In Green* v ??!. ? wil.t.IAM C. JILLSON. Wllllmantls, Conn., Jan. 7 -Wlll am C. Jlllnon. a well-known retlred tnanufa turer dled at hla home .n thla plty at an early hour thi< mornlng al the age of alxty-four He waa o member or -i famllj whlch for three generatloi > haa been pt tnlnenl ln ?? manufacturlng Induatrlea of thi ind he irer r-f the Wlllli Duck Company, the Bagle IVarp Company and tho Dnnh im Mani fn 'turtng ? ompany He waa one u( the It prealdent of tha Klret N'at'nnal Rank of t:il< clty, alao , lln tor In the Becond Natl nal I'.,nk of S ?? ind vlce-| dent of the Hartfnrd T.if.- and Annurlty Company. !'? a.'- ,i ii,, mb< r of thi Lcglalatun ? '<?':?. a ? DANIET, H BEAVEY. Chlcago, J.-in. I Danlel H. Beavey, a ploneer gold hunter of '?'- and for nearly forty yeara a wh ?' ile hardware merehant of Chlcago, la dead a' tho hon-.o of hla daughter, Mra Herbert Thomaa in Bvane ton. He had auffered Wlth h-.irt troubla for over a rear. Mr Beavey waa born at Baco, Me., July 3, 188. He lefi bome arhen a young man and aeeured ? a wlth a hardware tirm in Boat n. and a f?w .v,..iri later atarted In buatneea for Ulmrelf. At tho ?imo of -he gold ex.-itornrnr ln Callforala ho n-.^nt ? iere, and for three yeara learcbed for tho predoui metal. Faillng to aecuro enough :o off*--t the ox penaci of the Tlp, he returned ro Boatoo ln I0K3 Mr Beavey moved from Boaton 'o Rocheater, N. Y . . I opened a whoieaaie hardware itore. Whlle rhore he marrled Mlaa Anna Wllbech f:. tho sprlne of \KS the Plke'i Peafc gold craae broki oul it ! Mr .-' ivey aold oul everythlng and agaln atarted to aeek hla fortune ln thi mountalni when Plke'a Peak waa reached the excltement had dled >ut, and Mr Beavey returned, cominx thla tlme to Chlcago, .-* THE EARL OF B7ILTON. Londen, Jan. L?The Farl of Wllton la dead. Beymour John Orey Kt?erton. fotirth enrl of Wllton, w:is born January 17, IW, ind auceeeded to the tlt:- on the death of h!s brother In '?v'-. Tho |ate Rarl waa formerly ? Captaln ln the Flrat l.ife Quarda, waa a Deputy-Lleutennnt for Lan , ;i<hir>. and Accountant Oeneral of tha Court of Hla aon, Vlavouut Orey De Wllton, eeda to the tlt lo. OBITUART NOTE8. Sararoga. N Y . Jan. 3. Dr. John R PreatOB, the oldeal phyalclan ln Baratoga County, dled at B llle '.i.it :.i^-ht. Ile waa born cn Febru ary ;.", HOS r.tnooln, Neb., Jan 3. -Wllltem Rinkoley. a wealthy Nebraaka plonoor, dled on Bunday -t hla :ountry home ne.ir Uberty, Gaga County, aged aerenty-alx. He cama to the state forty yeara ago, waa r.st Qrand Maater >.f the Odd Fellowa, ullng mi mber of tbal ordei waa I all over the Weat, Kanaaa Clty, Mo., Jan. !.?Major Alf Brand l? de.nl of beart dtoeaae. He wai born ln Tuaca rawaa County, Ohlo. \^'h??n tbo arar broke out he entered from Pleaston, lowa, ai ? volunteer Later !,. made a hrllllant record In the bth Kanaaa L'av alry and atlll lnt?-r in Hancock'a V'eteran Reaerve Corpa, qulttlng the war :i lleutenant. He leavea an adopti J daughter ln Chlcago, -,-? THF. sl WIDB OF C. Ii. ROBERT. NO MOnVB DIBCOVERED" IIK BTAg A MAN OF BCCENTRIC TEMPER No mnth, haa yel been dlacovered for the aulclde of Chrlatonher it. Robert, the wealthy bulldlng contractor who ahot hlmaelf al the apartment bouae at No. B7 Weat Beventy-flfth-at, Bundaj mornlng Mr. Roberl ind been known aa a man ol eccentric temper, and it waa reporied that only laal Baturday hi had gol ai far aa the iteamahlp Parfa on an Guropean trip when he declded not to ? all ar, . returned home. It had been n b) the aervonta ht tha apartment-houaa where he Hvi ,i and ahci - ioI hlmaelf tli.it he had been growli i more m.ly and depreaaed of late, bul no partlculai attentlon waa puld to thla fact on a - ., ;i ? , ntrtcltlea The dead man waa ?> member of the Kntcker ? theMi idow Krook Hunl and thi Bouth Slde r, on men ?? and '^ I id a tlne eountry pl ice ,? 11 ikd ila. Long lalan I, n iere hla w low wi nl u mr .f". ' hi di ,: ;i nl icr huati ? I dlacovered Mr Robert hnd bullt tnanj tlne houaea ,,;. Long laland, where hla own eatati idjolned thal nf willlam -\. Vanderhllt. A number ol itorlea are told regardlng Mr. Rnbert'a i.iillarltlea. II. re ,,,., i t,. hunl the di ei on hla ground ? on thi open ln Sov -i.i- r, noi nould he nllow anybody ?i?, :,, , i the nnlmala dld much hla treea anil tl iwera. It la a Ihl, ?i.,.ii ..ln l>tg houae had i,----n ulmoat flnlabed ,:,,.. n.- itlafli i wlth the arrangement ot -M. . , ., ;,,,,! made extet Ive alteratlona al tha out laj ,,f a large aum ol mi ?|- ,. body ? ia -..k--:i r an undi rt iker'i al No. 344 w ..?!?,?? ? I Depul ? ? ? : ! ?onlln l? ,,] ,. , lon there \ eater I ty afternoon, but ],. Kald h< a'" I not maki hla repori intll to-day. ? ASSEUBLYilAS /v'/.M/IV\ TREIR 0VE8T, The frlendi of A aemblyman Charlea J. Kull of Rtchmond County, Irreapeetlvi of party, m la ? ti ghl il Btcl ? Bt pleton, Mr Ki llmann to-da) gi ii. waa for twi Ive yeara !'? Ilo Ju itlce ln i, i.'.loion Mr Kullmnnn i...m,.| ? gold-honded ;.|,;',nv , ..? rrom hla frlenda Dr. i.. J. Hoyl madi ihe preai ntatlon -i" ech. ? tbe < i imi \< y rouwssioys plax. NOT FEABIBLE ,-. .? the S< " V. -k Mall and Bxpreaa I, ti i.e't to look the altuutlon iquarely In the faVe ai d ' I* Impoaelbla lo do thal wlthout re Khsing tl it no broad . ? edule of reform n r,,rr-nci ?; d banku.S llke thal propoaed | ii ? arhatever a a law. The w. red to fortlfy '. '. .. ... ., ind protei I the Treanury la ao com j ,.,,.-,,',. . wlll have to be l ,,;,.,.,-. and i ? thlng bi b tlme. ,., , ; ,:i: Tli.w GAOFT8 BCHEME .., m .,,,. , preaa ri.. nroDoaed wlthdrnwal of Governmenl notea ; . ' '. ? nk nol ralaea what wlll on ovei the plan It goi . ?. ,,,t of tl.mrovi ray ii to arhethi r the ., , . ,r the banka ihall furnlah tbe papi r .... ountry. If the prlnciple of an ex i rurrem > bo adoj ted, the plan ol I nlwrton i- feaaible and oi It la h.tter lhan the acheme of Been tary 0 Itutl in ^r id lal, becauae lt tak ka only aa thej are i n ptioi i..-? W ><? - them oi ..;,!., .,,i by bank nuiei and bei auae ? ? ? t to Intereal be iring \N L'NREASONABLE PRBJUDICE Prom ria Baltlm ire .\t.. rli .\n. T, . w unfortut itely, ln aomo rjuartor^ a dla nnaitlon to dl Tntli anj uggeatlon made by rlnan ',",:' '.,.,.. .. : . , : i ? ittempl to . , ',,. in,,, .?' n M >t they are deaigm i ? i ? ..),? own Inten ta, to the dlaadvantage t ih? ni iaae Ai a t. ttei of fact, the i i ?t int oi , ,h(. ,...,?.?,, , ,,Illv ,,, ? nt large proaper NEADINO TOWARD B tUNDER VIEWB Kr.rn Tbe M ??",,, a.Iv rtlaei i , i an !?? r ,i- ii il ly expe ?' d i> thal the labora ->f ex-8enator Bdn ?? la ind hl n ni n iti rl * 11 % aaalal toward a fu ktioa;..- ? ? ' the - ?len ?? f rtnanci i:. i thun i, .'... . the dty wh< und and theref in ..,';,.?!- theorlei alll ;.aa lea hold than they liuW ha Ve . ? ' " , . A CLEAR AM' VIOi IROIT8 REPI >RT From Tl Brooklyn Bagle. ll arever much one may dlaagree ?;tii th i )n"i ? ? : it la Impoaalble to deny to the Commlaalon the cradll "f produclng a documenl thal d?rvea t,> t,? regarded aa hlatorlc in iti rui.f-.- ,,f thought und ln the elearaeee and vlgor wlth wh.ch tt di-ruasea the varloua polnta at laaue. THREAT8 FROM PEMOCRATS. THKY DSMAND MORK COMMITTKK PLACF.S IN THE A88EMBLT. BB. UOBXBIXT savn thi* BINOBITT wim. BABB TROtTBLE ii' THEY DO ROT RAVE PIVR HI B BERI OR OOMMfTTBBB Of TBIBTBBJI - v PABTIAL OOXCEBSIOX PROM O'ORADT. Albany, Jan. I Th. i tgialatlve skirmish opens wlth the announcement that the Demoeratle m'. nority win innHt on a larg >r reprcBcntatlon on ihe Aaaembly rommlteefl than wi i d them laal year. The Demoeratle leadera aay th" matter haa be.-n conaldercd rarefully, and thal they wlll puah thelr elalma with all the vigor of whlch they are ; tbte. Notlee of thi-. h lentlon hai already been acrved on Bpeakee COrady by Ttiiwiiaa P. l?on ii*-iiv. the Detno. ratlc leader of the Hooea, who haa had frequenl conauh ttlona with Benator Can* ! tor. the Demoeratle leader ln th.. Ben ,? After a conforence wlth the RepubUcnn leadera Mr. O'Orady baa Informed Mr, Donnelly that an Increaaa ?.f one wlll be granted, but not two or thre. ns detnanded. At the uwt aeealon Bpeaker ' (V'lrady, In maklng n|> hla commlttee*, gave the ' Democrata three out of the thtrteen m< tnt"r!> on : the larg.'r rommlttees, and the patne number on j t> !ur. compoaed of rleven and nlne roapectlvely, j Tho unders'rindinK that h<- propoaea ?o j;rant one ! "xtra member thla wdtiter, while h.>inf- ?om. j ce*?.ion, may atfll be insuftVient to avert trouMe ahould he peralst ln lt, Sj.-ak.-r O'Orady ba under I atood to rely on the a'-'lori of hla Demoeratle predeceeBon, Bpeakera Bheehan, Buah and Hu:7. r. for precedenta, but 'he Democrata hold that the condltlons now rxlstlntf nr? BltOgether dlffer.iit and do no' warrant auch ;>;i unequal .livlsion ln the cnmmltee memberahlp, keeemblyman Donnelly, speaklns on the auhjcct to-day, aald: 'There is no Buch precedenc aa haa l.een cfed by the Republleana. Wh.-n the mlnority repreaentatlon on cotnmltteea waa raduced ''.re waa nol nearly io cloee a House n? ?tier? Is now. inder Speaker Bulaer, there were bo few Repub? llcan Aasemblymen that there were not enoush to go around or, all tha eammltteea Tha' was the r. iaon the Republlcan repreaentatlon waa made amaller, and lt was a ver> good one, aa any i ni < in aee. Now the Democrata have nearly aa many tnembers aa 'he Republleana and we clalm tl it we have a rtght to at least Hve memlerw on com mltteea wlth i memberahlp of tblrteen, and a pro portlonate Increaaa In our repreaentatlon on the amaller one* a<? far ai the aaalgnmenta made by Bpeaker Bheehan nre eoncerned, I can only aay thal he had t.o Jetnand made on hlm by Repub? lleana for addltlonal commlttee placea, and yel his apportlonmenl waa falr if any clalm bad been made he would have glven lt falr conelderatlon. RPe do not feel now that we are nsking anythlng but our rlshts, and we ahall Inalat on havlng the dlrlalon on the oommltteea falr t.. ihe Demoeratle party. RTaj are jus'iy entita.l to th- Increaae, and we expeot to eet lt. "If we ftnd wnen the cnmmlttfe<, ?re announced that the Demoeratle party la not r> pre?ented on conimittees of thtrteen by it leaal Bve membera, and that tbe Bpeaker haa not heeded our requeat, we wi d make aa aerioun - I tl. n aa a large I)em ooratie mlnority ean tnak, wlth the ald of a num? ber of fali -m n li I Republlcam The riewa ol Benator Cantoi are almllar to those of Mr. Donnelly. II ? aaya d wlll glve -he Demo ? ?! leader In 'he Aaaembly all the ald 1 can ... tne tlght for hla rlghtB I believ. thal he is ;'ii i> Juatifled In demandlng from the Si":.k".- a larger commlttee repreaentatlon for 'he mlnority and h" oughl to get ?hat he haa aaked. lt la prepoateroua :'or the Republlcan leadera in the As aemhly t., argtie that the Democrata wlth thelr ?.. repn lentatlon are nol entttled to at l< ia) :,-.? membera on comml tei : thli ? ? ??,, Peraon ally, i would make a demand for even more In Benate, where the Democrata have but four teen ..f the Bfti membera, they are mueh falrly treated than the Demoeratle Asaemblyrflen have been .n the make-up of the i immitte The reoorda ahow that under S|..ik"r Bheehan the largeat of the Aaaembl) Commltteea haJ i memberahlp ..f eleven. made up >>t aeven D i crata and four Republleana. On the imaller om mltteea thi Denoerota had stx and th<> RepubJI three membera Bpeaker Ha^ii adhered i ? i apportlonmenl, and Bpeaker Bulaer reduced the mlnority repreaentatlon foi whal he contended al the tlme was a -1:". 'U n\ ?????-< n lt i^ rumored that Bpeaker O'Orady la conalder* i requeat to Ki\>- the Democrata additlonal repr.ntatlon on the Commlttee on Rulea II may put Aaaemhlyman Flnn, of New-York, on thli commlttee n< well as the Demoeratle leader, .Mr. |. : nelly, although uaually only the mmorlty leadet aecurea tliist coveted nlnce. ? BBXATOR RAIXE8 DEFIE8 PLATT. HI WIt.I, DO ALL IN 111X POWER IO ntKVKXT IUXDAT OPEXBTO OP aALOONB. Alhnny. Jan 3 (Bpedal).?Benator John Ralnee mak.j no conoealment of hla purpoaa to oppos^ wlth all hla atrength Thomaa C. Platt'fl blll, soon -,, t?. introdu ed here, openlng the aaloona >.n Bun day m all the i Itlea of the Btata "If the Republlcan party paaaea that bUV aald Benator Hain.-s to-nlght, "lt wtll be beaten In thla Btate ao badly that there wlll not be enough tom ?? ?tonea to cover Ita grave, WThy, waa: do ttw r-dealera want? Do thej wanl the earth They have all daya now to bcII llquor, and they . ;V,. ., || . |e ..f 1390,000,001 a year. Now they want ;,, take me ai ,eni . day, devoted to rtm\ and n llgloua obaervancc, They want to aell llquor on ? day when '''?' a-orklngman i.-n hla arackly aragei ln hla p tckoi an I, If po ? ?? ? >'???? <''? l!l' ?'',v rtie] ' hl ? Btate a ' nol atai I ';- i latlon, ??Have not Republleana had enough .>:' the plai of i'. Iward L mtei >i thi i: p m ol thla Btate remi mber i.:u Ind .- ;":; Repuollcana to , h in cuu 'u ? .). ? .?? Aaaen llquor legialat'.on? Xo.no the i-otera i f i da Btate ,- ;, rmll ' ia aale o ?) lor on 9 tn. nj ? I don'l t the 1 ?em ? ratlc mi m iera of th< Leglsl iture a ; i vol tor bucIi an Infamo n m> iaure." ? ? CA \TOR,8 T\Y<) PET BILL8. DOLLAR OA? AKD AXTI TRt'BT LEODIIATIOR HIS [MMEDIATE HOBBIEB. Albany, Jan, I BenAtor Cantor, leader of the Demoeratle mlnority ln ttn Benate, and Aaaembly< ii an Donnelly, leader of thi mlnority In the Aaaem? bly, arrived In the clty to-nlght Benator Cantor thal on Wedneaday, the tlrat day ol l .. would Introduc. un Antl-Trust law and 1,11 |0 ri duce the prl e ol gaa ln New-Yorli .? ii :, thouKand feet. Thla blll wlll alao de the candle-power of the gaa Vid wlll provlde fo.- a lommlaalon, compoaeil ..( .,..,. , 0f greater New-York, who ahall have lon ovei the gai ompanlea \/ IV WATER 8VPPLY FOR TBE M<; CITT. BRRATOR BRt'BH OITUREB His Il.AN POi OETTIXO IT PROM ADIROXDACK l.AKi.s Albany, Jan. 3. Benator Bruah, of Brookiyn, the firat Benator 'oarrlv.. to-Jay, aald to the Aeaodated Preaa: "1 ahall Introduce In the Benate on Wednea daj a Mll t.. facUIUte the ol l dnlng of a pure water auppli of g?*?l rolume for New-York from the lakea elther In the Adrrondacka or r.ear the border." Dr. Bruah aald thal the Adlron dack acheme bad I.n proved to be feaalble. It ,,.. (pmplated furnlahlna at flral Bve hundred mllllon . , ,,?.|V .,. n nrsi coal of BT.075.000, Includlng land ind m u r rinhts and the bulldlng ?i i ondu ta The prtnclpal laki a of thi m iteraheal thal mlght ,.tuised," t.Ided, "would be Pleaaant, Bound. r . ., m'dlan, Para lox, B hroon, Brant, Hendev .,,,, ;..,! lne Catlln chaln of lakea, Th. aboee , , , i .... . ...,- flftn .-, . ire mllea < f araa. be Ideaother imallei lakea and iltea where reaervolra , m ... ?,..r:i ted of larg. areaa, Btorage In lakea j |ooo feel altltud. hava the advantage of io a, greM in i .mperatura orei the water In the I rwer .. ^hen the watai la ?: degreei Pahri TAKIXG IX A NEW IDFA "lt waa good enough for my father, and It fct g.1 BBOttgTh for BM " That la what an Indlaa or a Chlaaman or a Turk or Arab la apt to eay when urged to throw nuny aome tooJ or impie nient. or to BbBBdi a BOBM HBthOd of hnndlrraft or agrtcultura, In favor of tbe newat and the ',???.r. vFe thlnk we Vankoe* ar< a'oove that. and that a readlneaa to tak,- np a new idea nt Inventlon la one of the tbinga wbl h mark ua off fr- ni backward natlona Bal even In thla cmm j trv labor-aavlng contrlvancei often have * good I deal of atui d ervatbnu to overcoate, You 1 may be able to provi to ? boueadceeper. for cx ! ample, thal her coal range la a great, clumay ,-ind waateful affalr. tlt only for the rougheat ! and n ?: .?:<;? handllna*, nnd that flne and : economical cooklng la ImpoaalMe on it, bal very '. poeeibly ahe wlll only b?>k al yOB and aay: | "Well, my mother uaed IL and wbat waa good enough for her la good enough lor m>\" Hut ! "good enough" alwaya meaae thal ? batttr la 1 poaalble, and even Ihe Blow-wRted have to glve | up th- "g , -I enOUgh" ln the end to take the I better. Thal la the reaaon why the good enough coal range la dlaappearlng from kin-hen after kltchen and the gaa rangi tak Ing it< place. The new id.-.i la maklng Ita way, even In the moat ?tuhborn of heada and tbe atatlitlca of tha aniea of gaa atovea ln thla dly for tho past Bve yeara? over 100.01 a) ahow that th< greal poeBtbflttlef of gaa aa a convenleni and economical naal are now appreclated by hundredi where only Indl vlduala bere and thert knew of them a few yeara ago. at Albany nt 4 feet dopth of Witer ln the upper laken :t in (,! <!ojrree-? nt eojual dopth. 'Tho general tsouraa of tha eonduM from tha dam on tiio upper Hudaon Btver wouM extend aiong tbe hlgh grounda on the ea l akla of the Hudaon, t.ir,,utrh tVaabmgton, Renaaelaef, Caraaa I ia, Dutcheaa, Patnam and Vveetcheeter eoaatlea to New-York Ctli and aeroea tho rlvar to Brook? lyn. wlth plpe llnea to auppli Trojr, Albany, Hud ton, Pougnkeepete, Peekakltl, Vonkera and other placea along tho routo The plan eontomnlated ccveiing the r-ondult in tne vlclnlty of tho viilagea i at th. ti!'-.' conatructlon and any other portton of I th.- lino n f iund tiecei wry or dealrable, "Thla rondult would be llke an iirtificial rlv?r. 60 to <"i f ??: u ile ?? '."? ta ... feet deep, through nnieh of Ita length Theae ccndltlona are favor able to !"\\ temperature, whlle the constant mo tlon would keen th- witer igltated and aerated and aelf-purlfled Al! th, watera "f th- hllMdoa w itild i~- cul 'tf by longltudlnal tren -h.?* abov-o tha worki and pi?d under theronduli In culverta at ihe deproaaloi ? in tho hllla, whlle tho Interaeeted atreoma would be apanned hi maoelve atone ar.'he* and the d ep and oroad valleya paaaed by stdnoh ir, a plpe -:? .. na ' Id ilde by aSde." - a ? .1 PRMARY ELECT10X8 BIl.L. THR ONE WHICH RA8 TMF! BACKINO OF THE REPTBLTCAN MACHIKE III'HK. Th're wlll be Intn ' ! Bd In both br.inrhea of the r -gutlatura aoon after thi.t bodj m-Foinbl-a at ,, Qeneral 1'rlmary BtectlOU blll, whl -h wlll repreai I ewi of the BenubMeaa ma organlBatlon of thU clty. It wiii .-ompria,. fenturea of aome of the other pr.poaod Prlmary Electlon meaaurea Tn >ng them the btil of th 'Allled Cluba a non-partlaan organlxation of thta clty. and the blllaof John Babine Bmltb, Benator.-. Ford and Lexow and othorv, and N In outllne aa followa: It wiii nt th.. outeet deflne a peRtleal i ipty, Buch aa is entltled under the Klection law to a party emblem and a eotuma ea th.. agaeaal ballot. and Ita provtalona wlll eoeer the prtmarlea of all Buch partlea The blgheet politlcal nrganlza tion of a party m eacb county Bhall determtne whether ?!? !? gatea \n aueb coanty to ronv?nttona ahall be choeen m-oording to tho open prlmary ayatem or the anrolmeal ayatem, .md whether the politlcal linll shall be the A--nihl\ Dtctrlot or the electlon dlatrlct. ln caae thla bady shall de ctde ln favor <>f tho enroJmeal ayateaa, the act provldea that tho enrolment ahall be beea an nually on aome uay ln December, from '', to 10 p. n, |he ,!:?,? t,, be aelected by tho hlghest body repreaentlng tha | irty ln a county. Tbla bady ihall name throo tr.sj or-tora for aaeh enrolment dlatrlct, who ahall be aworn aa at preaem. Three bound enrolment booka ahall be provtded. ,f whlch after rhe enrolment la rompieted. one ahall be aent to ihe County Cfcrrk, one to the aec r.tary of th" County ComBBUlea ?nd tho thlrd ?., be retalned in th.- dlatrlct Eacb page of eacb book la to contaln at its top a prtnted f"rm, re dtlng thai the pereoaa enroUed benaath iioraonally appeared before the Inapectora and an^wered aat lafactorrlly tho nueaUone put aa to thelr eliglblllty to oartlclpate In the prlmary, and wtr rontaln alao blanka for IHHng in anawera to the iiuaotleae; and the Inapectora are to .ui*.rn eacb page. N'nmojj are -,, be removcd from the n-il I.auee of d.ath, re Kioval from the dlatrlct, enrolment on tho iiata of nnother party, or fallure to BOte tha BCBet of tbe party at tho next precedlng aleetlea, Theae nre aome of th,- gUeBtlOBB tO be BBkid: "Do 1'oti promlae to aupport tbe caadtdata of the lo. g.) Republlcan party In th.- next .-l-'-tlon?" ??Are you enrolled on the lists of any other p.rty?" ' "Dtd you v ite for the candldatee of the Republl party, generally, In th- laal electlonV If tho npi'iieant anawera theae quaatlona ?.ati?fa-> torlly he muel )"? enrolled, aad alao if it dev-lopa that nt th.- laal electlon ln waa not of age. or tl rough ab.- ti' e fr m boo ?? or aome other caaaa did ,, , \,,... at all Bul it' he voted at tho huB elec? tlon f,.r the andld it>- of aome other party, he aha.l i,ot be enrolled. but mual walt another year. If the name of an appllcant la challenged b- muel ew.-ar .., ;.;-; anawera, and if th.- Inapectora wlll r.^v, not he may appi .1 to the courta for an order dip^-ting that hla ncme be ptaced upon the rod. An enrol ment extcnda over the politlcal rear, from ekaetJea to ele.-tloi l an entlraly n*?w enrolment must I be had each year ln Dexmber. Th- enrolment , Riuiat be r, vleed Juel before the ttaae f<>r holdlng the : prlmary eleetl na In l.mber tho "urganlaaifoa , prlmary." Bul tbe hlgheet politlcal body of the party in a glven county may dedde n,>t to havo any I ntrolmetit at .u. and in thal caae edopta the open ! nrlmar ay?<em. whlch. however, beara a r?n-m j ,?,.,,... .,, |i The aame arrangemenl here prevniis hi regnnl to I apoetora, ind the) mual paaa up?m , ! the ipi II. itlon f ? -i- h pereon whopr - i.ts hlmaelf I m a votor at a prlmary, and auch rotae baa tbe riKlu of a-ip. al to the courta I The ln?iiectora under th,. enrolment ayatem tha , rome who i>r- dded al th. enrolment are to pre. n| th. prlmarlea, >"?'? after each prlmary ther inu-t certlfj to the County Clerk the n.imMOf ,,.. ,,..,?.., . . -,i aa deleratea to a conventlpn. whlch ofllclal orrtlllea them to th. :,t..ry of tha ???.,...., ThMK. ,i,.|.i;,,, . are thua he f,,r t-hl tb rlghl of appeal to the i convi ,Jurth a (govl : d for every voter of tha party ,' ? . ment :- ln , n are' after 'ho roll la ..... ,i ;,. d only tbe men mho? namea appear on the enrolment llal are to ?".,l to vote bi a prlmary The conventhNk . .. the uaual prlvllegea of^auel .'?,". ?nd may declnre, for Inatance, whether or hot r,.'rtaln men are to be r-.-H.-.lI a i meaabera, or It may .oiis.it l?l eubatltutloa Ot names. B0P-0R0WER8' PCRB BEBR BILL. j Albany. Jan. .'? S--iators Coggeshall. of Onelda* y , . , of oitar.o. and Krum, of Bchobarta, ?/ere?'1r* among the early arrtvala al the s.-nate chamber .....,,... To an Aaaodated Troas reporter Benator Coggeahill aald ha Intended to Introduce early date. rVrmentatloi I- 'ore ? -I-. The hop-gr larera are ba (il.,,i thii , .;. aa are i-ome of the braweffi of the Bl .'??_^_ _ ./. //. BLACKFORD 8B8I0U8LY IXJfRED. [jextngton, K\.. J.m. 3 (fpaciai).?Oae of Ken tucky'a beet-known trotting horeebreeeaea, J. H. Blackford. aaa fatally lnjured h.-re thla afternoon i,'v helna atruck t>> :he Clndnnatl ?outbera ?i ' nreaa Hla father-ln-law. Jacob B. Banduaky. wha ' vi- in a buggy with blm, waa Inatantly kllled. Fresh COTTOLENE la indiapenaabletO geod cooking. I,ike lard, butter, orany ?thercook ing fml Cottolene wiU. in time. and under certatn eondmons. become st.ile and raucid. and when so it will not give perfea satisfaction. Ou th? o'.licr band, frcsh Cottolene Aiways Pleases ?f naed arcordin? to directtotts. Should voor Krocer ?cii you Cottolene that i-> not n^A.aendltbackJuat ,;, you would raucid bntter. Inalat -.;> nrt?a Lotto lanc, and you will t e aatJened. neanBUWaaeM evrrvn BBM Ir, ono t > trn |/M;n<1 jlBlW Mna, wl ?"'.." i:,:,rl,.-'nW?ri,n.|W"i^l.ll'l 2**21 <rU Z ,,.,- .-M rve.y ti... V? gwan'?"l '.1 aBM la ?ny othar way. MADEONI.V BV TIIII *. K. FAIHBA*K COIBPAXY, Chlciro. HL Ia.uI , New Vork. Montreal.