Syracuse Weekly Standard

December 30, 1885

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Syracuse Weekly Standard (Newspaper) - December 30, 1885, Syracuse, New York SYRACUSE, NY., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER, DUSTY HUNTS'.AT ALBANY Interest Umtericg in the Rics for the Senate Clerkship. VROOMA.N AOA1NST THE FIELD Itinertl for the ;itt rtatt's Line I'tjiluj .iruund. apucln: .STANDARD. At. MANY, I Tin- live or six luglsla'orn aEritiidy on tin- ground in' anticipation of tbe ojioiiluj; nflliii mix'. week wander around Ilka cplrlfi. tho pant weak or morn tl.uiutidlilatiM bnro beau Hitting between Xeir Vn.'U A lluuy m ofieu that they do not havu to ukow their to Uvury uiun W York; Win- dolph, ot York, Mr. Curtis, of 8t. Liw- Mr. Colo, ot Schuylur. ind Mr. Weitt'jll, of Wellington. It would bu manifestly iintalr-to say flint us good men wuru not pledged to Mr. trwln, but In ManntiiK (In. lists of rivals It Is no task tottud on thn roll of the latter the of of tbu members known to bo sits- litptlblu toi.tber iulliiBBces t'ltui ihoseoftbeir own iionNClutices aud ludtftn.-nts. Last year when put blm-ulf forward as a nandi- dato (at Mr. Krwin, tuarlug theeonse- i.f tuuh au arrangement, repeatedly de- nied that hu In It-iiaii.i wlih thu 1'latt party. ClittB anil again hn the idea to scorn. That asttmuvi-iits fullydumon- This ilKbt !lr. Krwlu Is tuaklnc with lltllc mom linnesty. His alllanun wlili Tom 1'bttt IM and alMiVH board. All there' Is lu It lie lnn.iklnx iikeuf to atnlst him lu hlsambl- iloin, Itut miinubuw or ntlivr tbu duihroiicil inoiwrub of In not thu iiawur hu wonr. to bu. lias bei-n a break in lias buld linillwu-k under bis elrutcb of terri- tory Ineludtnit meuben, nun Yutiw. Kow Vf flnd Mr. Uolu ol acliuyler, Jit. lUkurof ttlrtibmi, uud Mr. Huilih of Vines arrttji-il iiKaluot All Ihreu inon liavn klukml over Itraces In-plwluliijc vutfs tn ilfnvrnl Huittiil. Ho ufcer all Mr. IMalt inny not. sm-b u of as M r. l.rnln when oontdnt to go be- fore the wi'iirinK ill" collar. Tlio niabjont, who do Bor relish liultia pliwcil butwufii tin, hnriis of dilemma repre- iwutwl liy lltimrd and Krwln, see no way Out. wai mention of (junuml .Mr. Kriimi of Cutui> bimlUn Mr.'KnualM tlm ItnM tinilcr hln fmt so IIMIK that was ilhtauuxl Iwl'tire lie vot tint, thn race. Cleneml HatcbHirur, who mUht Inwo au irallabb- man. wtw uti.loted Into iiubitmte by thu Wends of Mr. Erwhiiiiiaiinmitm mud.; him tlrat tuu m-.xt jiidcii from that illstilut. It tbat Si. Lawrence county Is part of that.luiliclal district mitl Mr. Hrwlti liasHgritxl tiMlHlver thu dobigntes next year. matter of lain, thn comltm Aswinbly ban no KCi'ivt riches In tho material of which TbeM uru KBVeiity-elKbt K'publlcuus In tbu .AtMlnbl.r. Of Iberu 1 can count thirty-fix tor twenty-four- for. Krwln. 1'hu rn- lualnitit; are still baltltlji iM-ivveun two n condition nf mlml In which t tlnd tbo tbrwi ropr-scinlvrit of My Information In lo tlm cHVct that they like a: UMIM othern of tbu doiiblfjl wilt full lu with Guiuiral when tbe tltOH flotiiKii. This, 1 from h clone study the to be a lair east of the ulttwtlou an it utanils at prnwut. 1 view It, General IltiMnl more likely to win front the other than to finraiw of Krwl. lamcb bad odor wlththt ts.r up the rear. As no candidatn the abso- lute majority rtiiuleite, another election was ordered for ynwoiilay. Siuuo the l.'Uh a fmlun of tlio Opportunists and Moilurate KepubliDiiim Inut taken place, anil It wasrxpccted com- bined, would. muxijer voros !ycsterdaT. I'bere weru asi.COO cast at tbu election nn tiic liltb, and then it, wai estimated ihat 100.0UO elorttors stuynl awny Irnm the (lolls. Lo.Mia.v, Wee. M. Cluiucr.ue.ui's recent tHpntik lu tbe French cbambcr of duputies ilur- niK the dilbatu en the cri'idil, in tbu which took occasion toelmrttnM. Ferry with sought tbe uid of I'rinue His- mnrck In tbo auttlement of! Ibo JiVaniio-Ohlneiie. dllllctilty, ban can-wi) no little exsltemimt aud- InillKtiMiiiti tbroiifthout Thu Servian nun-upupvrs Inrlous at M. UtemenuHau and dunouacBe bis action In teruiH. run KTHiKKii.t trii.f. nui.u ovr. A Man MtillDi l.) Donimns thn ur. tuimtl far Hljher 1'ITT.tnuno, 1'a., Dec. At a larRU msts muutlupofhtriklngcoal uiluc.-s to-d.iy at Alle- In.thi) second pool, it was dflcidi-d to con- tlniu thii strlku for threo cents per' bushel. A proposition to settle the dlfliiruncuH by arbitra- tion wus rrjeutnl by the npuralors who assert that tbe miners would notabidu by tbe umpire's decision if It should ho against tlie'tn. meeting tlm etrlkers, to thn number of tOO, vlsileil ihu Alleiiulpp.iand Cool Valloy mines and madu au effort to indue., tbo working miners to comt) out( bin t In.y were uubiiccf siiful. A number of depury sberilla wt but no trnub.e ocuomil. An fculliif; vails to-ulabt, as the striki-M nru still in lliu vicinity and an ou-.bruak is feared. f liTsiiUKn, Thcstrikerdaro holding wcret iiixutliiKH at all paints nloiiK tbu river to- nlnlit. Tile timid t'.iur that prnparatlons are Ix'ina for a guiiM-al attack on.eha working miners lu thu morning, whib> others aruuftbe opinion tbat aotwUhstatidinB Ihu action of to- meutiiiKat. Alllriuippa thu strikers are con- HldcrlriK thu advisability of giving up ihe VltH.IIHJklH J-l.Ji t AT VlI ronrtMU llumlrrd ll.ppy bjr .TlMlr Hlebcr WAMIIINCTUX, Dra. JTonrtm-n hundred poor children to-day eii.ioyed ths llosiiltallt-y of tbu Children's Christian club, cl' [irblch Miss Moillu the I'Mtmaeter-gencral, laprnsldunt, and Miss Nellie Arthnr, daughter of tboex-Prrsiilenl, ouu of tho Tlco-iirmidentv, Hild which every year 1'iirntshuj a Chrlstmaa dinner asil gifts to Ihe i-bildren uf ihu poor In this city. of lliu children was given an excellent dlunnr, a box of candy and a Christmas card. Tbe tables wero waited by thu daugbturs of thu most prominent in ibu rlty, and Mlrs Mnllln Vllns and Minn Ji'ellle Arthur suporlutundul tho plv- out of the The Prunidun t and Miss Cleveland and many other prutuiueut in society attended the entertainment. J-ltlKCIt J.v tlKMnltan HM UMM Nepuliig tbe HN.D HMB The is about to rein- state Princo Alexander of Bulgaria iu bis former ranlviutbu lluisiun army. The of General YoiclkofTaud other Russian clliceri) at marks a close alliance between Russia and llulflarla. Tbene factn have somo alarui aiiiont; the friends of Turkey. It is believed that ttie compact between tbo and Prlaca Altixander, by wblcb, ibe Bnlntrlan union, i.i 'the to a Uuseiau camiHtlgn In uprinic. and the final diainem- bunuunt of the empire. M lor I'AKts, TJec. 27. Premier Brlmoa to coniDete for the Pretiilenc'y. He the Re- pubUcarin to rot. MlUll j.for M and to (trt bin powlble anthorltv lo OTH- which neither got any. n hen tlitt names, of t.he principals were -111- nonnced, Williuui lirJdburuof the stock yards was agreed upon as'riifnree. Tlio celebrities uri- riearcd and cvcrtbody got un and yelled and swung hls.bat. Pwfi-swr Tom Ohandler of Mosto-i and Cantnin Dal'onap- peared as seconds to Clrnrv, w'nile Tom Chand- ler of Chicago and Jack i'latto performed tbe same Hc-rvlou for Hurlio. Both men wero in prime con.liiiun. Burko lipping thu scales at 10.j pounds and also at tho samij. At exactly o'clock the uiim each oth- er, an instant for au opening and 't. moment later Olenry to tbu a buck bander Trom fiurko's lott, which struck him siiuarein Iheoyeand broiixbthlooil.. Thu round finished with some iui-tlectiml atti-mpts on Clcary'a part lu Ins right on1 llurko's face. Thcseoond round jianncileucrather favcrably for Ueary, who gut in a stinjsing cutter will, his left on liurltu's cbuulc. tapped him gently twice more and thu closed with some u.iu- tloua sparring on both hirios.f Whun.-tlm men btood nfi for a third round Jlurke'ii'pitik and slowing skin si.owed in BtrHngo'msntrast in tha alunx.5 marliln whiteness of Cluary's fine I'ICH and, Burkn's wliolu 'i.spsot. Tra.i elcijiient 01 vigor and confluence, yet Ulenry, and supplr looked well bis mulch'. Early iu this exciting bout deary not what Inter proved to hnvo bunn thu blow than decided tha content rho New Y'ork man forced Miu tlghtins at hn', out IlurUo soon crowded in on liiu'i, impetu- oii'-ly forced him Into his corner and bit him ,two raulinK blow At Tioga, Pa., fora few weeks tbe Baptists buve buun carrying on a revival, and yesterday morning a few of 'the converts were b iptized in tba river. Tha plunge was in lea wucer, with the tnerjiury 10 degrees below aud i-ho wind blow ing a gale. f llo PAltts, Dec. Pasteur continues to treat tbe four boys from Newaik, K'. J., wbo were bitten by a mall dog. Nothing of au unfavora- Tlia IFrlskany Mouiimeut. LTTH.-A, anal payment on tbe. Hcrkimer monument, erected on thu battletteM of tbo Oriakany by Onoida rilntorical soci- ety, made hy tho society this evening. Thu Hon. John K. brother of Iho ux-Gov- uruor, contributed towanl the rina! pav- menc. Tho monument cost over at Farlc. Dec. Delia Bonnur, the widoxv of tlia otlicer who .vicriticed his life while ontloavoriaK to relieve the juliow fever Htffurer.s ot tbe lower Mississippi river several ago, was to-day appoin-.-il powmistresj of Jlo-lgers' Park, county, whnre 2hi> li.w ro- bided ever since the deitli of her husband. Tlilevcfl tn a Kallwuy Station. ISosTOs, Dec. 'JT. broke into tbu station of thi- BodLon Maine rail- rop.l this morning and btoU from tbe sale. is no clue to tha thieveif. Klecttns the Oltl Offleera. r.uc. tne annual meeting of the Kouis, Waterwwn Ojitecaburg rail- road to-day tba old ollioers aud direc- tors were re-ulected. A remarkably bantiaonm woman Is said to tbe moving spirit In a iihilaiithi-oplcal ment in Butmia to supply tbe of tbat coun- try with Dr. Bull's Cougb Gyrup, -the, BTOA% remedy for couglis and ;