V?* XLV?N* 1433&
NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1C>, 1.88G
PRICE TUREE CElfTtl
MOKE RIOTING IN ENGLAND.
DEMONSTRATIONS IN TIII.F.E CITIES.
A MOE IN MHMl.N'l.HAM BCFTRRMRD BY POLICE?
VXFMIT.OYEI) MEN IX YARMOUTH.
I-IHMim.iiam, Feb. Ibu?A mcctiiiK <?f unem?
ployed workingmen held here to-day iras attended Ly
8,0(iO persons. Tlie addresses delivered were ot tho
BkatA ISllSI?UllJ ssl BIS and thc assembly degenerated
luton mob, which attempted to run riot in the streets
and pillage the Shops, Tho polite, however, -were pre?
pared ami succeeded lu Rui.iires.lug rioting and preveut
luir any acts of pillage.
I.Kit, i.mi.ii, Tib. IB, -The number of strikers here has
increased. Crowds are parading tho streets. Ono firm
ha* aime .1 its employes v.Hn revolvers to protect IU
pi chines in east-e.f all,uk by tilt* paraders.
LeiMMiN, Feb. IB.?A dispatch irem Yarmouth says
thut thr unemployed woikingiucii ot that city aro ____!_?
lim lintons demonstrations.
Many Interesting feature* ar.* promised at the hearing
On Wi'ilni-S'tav before ,Tu*ttK-c Ingham ut llynilnian,
.'.urn.-, Champion ami William-, wiro li ive been sum
Bi'eia-i loauswcr ili.irgesuf Inciting to riot, contempt of
lau, ole, during the disorders lu London Inst we<k.
Mr. Gladstone, Mr. Chamberlain and Henry I'.roadhurst
li.ive been Mil.ytriiae.l by thc Socialist* and tho examl
li.'ilion of tiii-e men "iii bc- watched with lateass in?
The Social Democratic Federation has Issued a ronni
It _to convening S lncetiug tot Sunday to demand that
tu.' <it-\t-rnint-iit begin work ori pnelie improvements in
crier ls give employment to workiiigiiieu now idle, and
tbat ihe wages paid be tuflicicn; to in*nro a healthy sub?
sidence. The manifesto appeals to workingmen to as
61st in maintaining order and explain* tho objects of tho
Fialei allon. H (oniluties as folio, rsi " l.l tbo govern?
ing cla-sos face the inevitable downfall nf decaying civi?
lization without hypocrisy or panic. Cpon them rests
the responsibility for tho peaceful or forcible is.-ue of
IBS last great cl.'iss Struggle of our times."
The committee appointed bv Mr. Childers. Homo Sec?
retary, to inquire into the causcof the recent riotous
demonstrations ls I.oudon heit! tts tlr*t meeting this
morning. Tlie di liberations of tlie committee are
Condueti-d tu secret.
The yileen has sent a rift of .C5f.il tu the Mansion
House Kciief I- uud for tho unemployed.
NOBES ATTACKED BY A MOO IN QUEBEC
ISBBtlB ok it.olk BB1BKB BT ixriiiu ir.KM.li
Paspebiac, Qm*., Feb. l.'i.?A raid was made
on the stores of Hobin A fo. ami I.. Hontillier her.- to?
day by un excited crowd of UlK? French Canadians, who
carried off about SOO DSftslS of flour. Every effort was
made hy tho agents of the firms, tho clergy and the
Mayor to bring the crowd to reason, but without aval!.
The Ooverntieeiit grant of one-half barrel each of Hour
amt potatoes was offered them, but was indignantly re?
jected. The rioters helped themselves to whatever they
\s-,mic.!. It is feared that this is only the beginning of
the trouble aud tbat to-morrow the number of rioters
Will BB augmented Bf hundreds of others from other
jul ts of the country. Troops have been telogiaphod for
by the Mayor. lYrsouai violence has not yet bess at?
tempted, but other firms outsido those attacked to day
IIB GLADSTONE OM THE IRISH QUESTION.
MIST-BO OP 'i UK (AHINl.I?min IN COBPOBATIOB
Bl HASPING BOMB BULB.
L'iNDt.v, Feb. 15.?Mp. Gladstone is sending
il-Ut-rs of inquiry to all soi ls and couti, lions of li isl, me a.
probably iiicliieliug tho l'arucelites. On February 19 he
wrote to Lord lie Vesci as follows:
You were kind enough a short time a co to send nu
Some lillemeting fads relating to ri'l.ts m.tl -.lu- number
ot t-stare* in Ireland. At that tim", a* tin- Conservati vet
?were in tittlee, 1 thouitht lt ine,-t Ut -liable to leave' lo
them Um whole tie-id of irlsii legislation, i desire dow
to mute .i lice communication e.f va \\ s from ihe various
Classen and set -limit- most likt-lv to suppl! fall anti
authentic knowledec of the wants an I wishes ol tlie
Irish peop.e, meaning all clas"t-s of the Irish people,
w heiti.-r belonging to the majority ot the minority,
?whelher coiiuecu-d with land, lutlusuy or property lu
At present I am unequal to the strain of receiving
deputations tor oral discussion, but I highly vi'm- all
Indication-, tsp,ri illy il Hi y IO t<> Un* In-art of the
l; .u-slloi.s before ll*. *a ir.-li Will aid DU Colleagues and
Inyso'.i lu tli.- ti i Hie ult lu.l. nf determining how
lld* i.iii.e,ri.mt juncture to discharge our duties to Ire?
land and the K.upire.
The Cabinet held ii meeting to-day. The sessim
lour boure. John Morley, the new (Imf .-ci-ia ry for
Ireland, was protest The prinelpsl subject umlcr ilis
cussiou was the Ir sh ejiiestlon.
The Cabinet .lecal.d that the llrst biisln'ss of tho PST
liaiiiiiiUiy s'r-*!ein, af'.-r tho itel.ate on the address lu
reply to thc speech from the thi one, should !..? Usa Intro*
duel lon of a troveriime-hl st heme- to I'-rwin the rubs of
?procedure, 'lr. CBsmSSSlSlU Urged the early i ..nsi.leia
tlon of g loos! government Mil. bul Mr, Gladstone over
Tilled hun, giv.iig precedence to home rule proposals
and p..sip..mun dealing with the Ir.ni land quegttOS.
A m-t-tli-.i: of me Cons.-rvei'.ivti un leis ha* bess Balled
for ui-xt Thursday al tbe tarlton Club Tbe Marquis of
Paltsbury will preside, The meeting will be in the nature
of a caucus to determine irbsl polley tie* Ooaserrallri i
sb<ill pur*ne in Parllansent. T'le principal question to
bs considered wBl be whal st.mei are IbeConseivatlves
to take- in renard tn ireland and the proposed Irish legis?
lation of tlie Liberals.
Tbo b?Iseuess of Ibe laborers' demand for land to
cultivate ll betas P*t to a practical test in Rest. A
number of landlords in that county aro letting half-acre
lots l'i lalmiers at a nominal rent.il. Tim experiment trill
lie watched by the fi i'll.1* and opponents of Mr. Coll
Inns'* s, h.ine for relieving Ihe distress of the poor with
iH'i'.Li*-, iib. ir..?The Corporation of Dublin today
c<loi>'.e.i*r. solutions demanding Home Hui.* for Ireland
ten<! expressing re-iiance m Ilr. Gladstone's promises ami
ability to set ure it,
jMiciiaei Davitt supported tberesolntlonsnndsald there
Weis Bond vi omuls for the bops that Mr. Gladstone
V .nile 1 se -U.e lr,.. Horn" lillie- QUOStlOB Si he Settle! Ihe
Church I'Uestioti for Ireland. Continuing Mr liavitt
nialed tbat Mr Parnell waa right in trying to obtain
Ileum- Rule ni*i, allin.iiirli he (Mr. Davitt) would prefer
lo seo Hm Irish latul question settled concurrently nn
the basis of tho present Valuation Of US proeltietion. Mi.
Davitt appealed to the Protestants ot Irelaud to co
oieer.itc with the ParaeUltee.
PRUSSIA AND Till VATICAN.
1.eulin, tab, 15.?Thew ia graal excitement
in Berlin over .ip|>aiciit',y well millie utlf.-ited reports
lliat Prises Bismarck is preparing le yield entirely to
the Vail. hi. la the religious dispute which has been
waged by Prussia tucaiust tba Papacy for Um last Bftssa
A bul lins been deposited by tbe Oovernssenl v.uh the
Vjiiiit Ileiuso of the Landtag, revoking, sith a few
trilling exceptions, all the features of tha May laws
winch save i.een se ...1 iou* to tin- Catholics of Germany
The bili enae's ti,at young Catholics destined lorine
priesthood anal! in ad mi itt. il to itu. Boya] Uy nanala,
vi ere they will receive-a gratuitous education nnd be
l.rovid. il with a hoim- free ef charge. Hallsy privileges
shall be granted to Catholic theological studeuts ia iii
universities and ecclesiastical seminaries, but III the
latte-! Cases lbs ,'.ii|'l.s VII] I.-liKiIti sui )eet to State supt r
\l-ton. .-le.mw nile the i-ce-ie-s asl leal lilbunal Inls I.li
abullnhed. tho Miulster of hiate tleciiling disputes lec
tween il e Ulterior and superior elergs winni raqntotta.
CANADIAN PISHIRIR8 TO Bl PROTBCTU)
OrrAWA, Feb. !">.?Cauluiu Sc itt, li. N., bas
sr.ived lu this city for the purpose, it im undeisteiod, of
?ig.tnl/.iiii: a marine polieso for the proteiHon of the
Canadian fishing lut-iresU during Ibo coming SOSSOffl
Flfty tuousautl dollars were rated for this purpose at lin
last sessiou of Parliament, and this . um will bc largely
Supplemented In tho coming session If it ls found to be
aeaeassrp. ll i? evident u.ai there ls adatermluation on
the part of I'.i.'<.oveirim.nl to have, the treaty rights of
the Canadian ii*hermen respected.
KKHKI.I-MiN IN .CORDOVA! OIOW1IO,
LOXDOBi ttb, ].r>.?A ilisjirttib from Cnirti
says that refugee* report that tim rebellion iu Kortio.au
la assuming large dimensions.
Hakis, peb. IS.?Prises Miulster ile Freycinet h:_s made
a radical caan^e In the Uovernment's policy resjie-cting
l.gypi. He has tustrueU-it M. Baiitiay, thu ue-w irene h
Minister at Cairo, to support tin demands of ths Porte
for the formation ol a Turco-Cgypti.in army to replace
the Hr.ti?h tr.,.,].s in Kg j pt. and the evacuation of that
country by the Fugllsh at the earlie st possible dale, lt
l ngland nppost-s th. demands of thee Porte, M. de- Prey
linet --rill seek to Ind ace the lewers to take esssMnod
Sillon for Hie- purpose- of vindicating the Cullan's Ihuse
Tain rights in i:_ypi.
??wi iona mon london.
LeMmoB, Keb. IB.
C'nii.imiN AT Ria.-Ths Norwegian bark Vsaandls,
Captain t_waeu, troni Bremen y, Ewaary 7. for Wilming?
ton. B. a. ted her etens aamaaed bye collision willi a
Untiing smack on Saturday, lho tl.hiug smack was sunk.
Tni: CHAWH.iii._Dii.kK 8<'AsiiAi.-Bir Ciiarles Dilke
?ss Sswdsd topsrasvers lu tue po.icy ol silence tn re?
tard lu tbe ilHo'osiues nude at Ute recent trial. Hu has
deelded to m.ike no explanation of Ids eoudiiot to the
Chelsea sleators. It i? serials that he wm not receive a
place in .Mr. loadstone's Cabinet.
I.' I'.uail? I/tru Dufl-lin. Vie-ereiyof India, has deehled
to gairUon liuriiiuti wnn iii.ooo troops, muter the co_j
lli.iOd ol t.i -eera] l'reml-iga?l. The military oieiipatlon
and niartieil la tv will b ? cientltuied until November as
Axeru Dufferlti doen not tb.uk the country is noe ret 'for
thc tsiubJishmuut of clvii law.
IIOIITEKN PERSONS DUO.VNKDKKOM ASTFAMKU.
I.OBDON, l*Vb. l.r>.?Tin* I'jiitiKh M.uuni
l)oiigla-s. iraiVing Icc.r.'.y vt ('|,|t?_ seus, has lien
wrecked at Swatow. One Euroncau and seventecu Chi
ucso were drowned.
FRAGMENTS OF CAHI.E STEWS,
Paris, Felt. I fl Tbs Sianltnlpal oowntall to-day adopted
a resolution favoring the granting ot MUMSt! to all
political offenderv. Thlrty-niue members roted for tbe
measure and eight against lt.
liKKMN,. Feb. IV?Two Americans hnvo been expelled
from lleilsten, Prussia, ror " bavlugfmade ihemseives
troublesome to the authorities." one to tho oltlcials of
Hcide and the other to those of Maruo.
Paiiis, Feb. 1ft.?M. /.ola has written a letter In which
be authorises the production lu America of his drams
" Germinal," the performance of which was prohibited
in this. Ile says h.- trusts tho hospitable A merit ans
wm a.-cord iiifierent treatment to the play, sad thereby
give ran ? a leeson.
AN INArorilATION IN MEXICO.
BALTILLO, IfeXICO, Feb. 18 Spccinh.?Oot*
ornor Gar/.u <Oil.ui. recent ly elected, w.i* to ,;,iv in.nigur
atcd with much pomp and ceremony snoooedlng Gea
cral Cerv.-uiti'/., Provisional fiov, rnor. (ialan ia).resents
the Dies pam and waa elected by that influence. Ad
vantage wss taken of tbe occasion to make n demonstra?
tion in favor of tlie Dial administration.
BURIED BENEATH A FALLING WAEL
?BTBB mun iN.irm.[> ai uh: AMBBICAB ixuIBS
ON STATBB I-I.AN'I>.
AboBl sixty feet of the north wull of Store
house No. 7 of the conon warehouses at tbs American
Docks at Tompktnsiaile. States is .m.i, f. ll at about
'.trio a. m. yesterday, ami burrell in Hie ruins live meii
who were breaking opt n eotton bales damaBOd bf Hr* in
that store on .latin.irv BO, Two other ineu were liiluroil.
The wall was thirty-live feet In height uni Sixteen Inches
thick. It did not crumble, but (ell lu heavy in ISSSS.
three and four feet si|iiiri*. Superintendent Jewell, ot
the American Docks, iras at work In his oiiicc. in \v,ire
house No. '.?, ..mi Immediately Informed the policeman at
the. ferry*boasa ne.ir bp. Telephonic mes.agc- were sent
to Pedico Headquarters amt to South's Inlirmiry for
assistance. The entire force of ISO SMS employed at
tho docks answered Mr. JowelPa call, and rushing to tim
scene of the acci lent began tearing away tin- bricks ead
eenie-nt anti ilig_-lng out the barfed laborers. Captain
Flak.*, with tho inline r"*cite from headquarters and
two ambulances, arriveel pj-.unptly and actively al.letl in
the meena Half an hour after tbs wail fell all of tho in
Jured men wore put In ambulances am! takes to Smith's
Infirmary, except Henry Malloy, of York-ave., lew
Brighten, who was taken 'nome la a carriage by Iricmls.
The woaaded moa were.:
Jobs Bomen, age thirty-eight, of Water-at., stapleton ;
ribo fi ac tn red, lung perforated ami left lee broken.
His injuries will probably prove fatal. Ho hal S
Wife nnd several children.
.Tuns N'e.uu :*ki, ace nineteen,of Broad-st,Stapleton;
right uni broken.
Hkmh Ballot, see tw.ntv, of York-ave..Xew-Brigh
lon : left len broken near the hip.
Mi. un i. DEARY. ago tbirty-sersn, of New-York; right
thigh fracture I.
Mb il At I. .Ii.NMM.s, age fe,11.\ rive, of New-York; nbs
hit. U IBROX S, uno forty-three, of New-York: ribs
fractured ami Injured Internally.
HKXR1 Wai -ii . slightly cul
As soon as the tiiiuie.il mer. were clear <if the ruins.
Superintendent Jewell cnllod the roll of workmen to see
if any more-.vere mis'ir.g. All except tln.?e irina 1 an
sw.-red to their names. Mi investigation m i* tin n made
into the cause of the acci.'.ciit. William lt. PttSCher, of
tue Hiey_,i Insurance Company, representing tbe New
Yolk Hoard .'f l':re Cut), rwrllers, seal Ilia' lie had been
present al tbs burned warehouses every da] since the
un- of .lunn.iry 20, and used every prec ml ??>:. to prevenl
accident*. Deeming n pirt ol tm- north wall dangerous,
he ordered it down. Por twee day* the entire loree of
men worked to overturn lt. H.- said the wall thet fell
yesterday seemed perfectly -are, au.l gave no ei Idence i/f
COWBOYS KILLING SHI I P HERDERS.
OVtBABBS IB TBS SOUTBWKS1 BT BMPLOTES Ol
AN BKOU8B chili: COMPANY.
Chicago, Peb. 15.- Great excitement exists
IMBI Ibo people OB and about the , attlee range Of the
Kansas atnl Nt w-Mexlco ? .title- < 'oinpaiiv, ni northwest?
ern New* Moxies snd south wi stem ( olorado, bi c msc of
tbe killing and wounding of Mexican sheep borders by
cowboys in the employ ol the settle company. Govt rn ,r
ni offered rewards for tbe arrest of tie.- prrpetra*
tors, ranging from $100 lo f-MM). Tue men who did ths
shooting wei.- employes ..f tbe company oom
known a* tue Kagll -ii Cattle < ompany, and managed by
the Carlisle Brothera, B'ben Goreraoi '
reward of B300 lot lbs murderer "f one Ricardo .! iqoeg,
ami PIOO lor caeh of tl.tr men ei'lireninl In thl Shoo! in .-,
i. i ai .m.e. picsid. ni of ih.' t mle company, wired tho
Governor thal ibeehcotlng waa done lu self defence and
a ?-. .uni tba! tba u.e'u a nu did lt ba i bt en tc quit*
te .i ,.i a justice's com u Tue (. .v rr.,.r replied that the
lestimouy of Carlisle's own employes showed eondu
slvelj thut th. \ were Ihe aggressors.
*.* Allow me tte say lu conclusion," lie continued, " tbat
a* i dow believe from the mn*t trusts ??; 11 . Information
ie- . .v.'.i, ihi* whole tniu-n. lion ls an outrageous ail ur.
Crimes heating a strong resemblance to uiubway rob.
hen and murder have been oeemmitle I by a*en In your
employ, and tor your bene ll t ami lu Tour nana-. ...u
teni theso men w|ih youl i,. .n a quart
. llle doman, r
tin Mexican sheep he-r.1. i- )?,? ., _? Deration or more, lo
Wlilch you h.id nie -hailow ol pi a.: it) of righi OT I Hie,
tun e-ve-n, if I nm correctly Informed, ths eouiiunu right
of American citizenship I trough Hie ?--: i< .n ?>r >... 11
employes yon sra sn Invader by io-e.- .-? arms ol ibo soil
of New-Mexico and a violator .fir laws Tina character
or ass mit upon Hie sln-i p herders nnd herders "i i he li r*
iate.i.v in ii.e iiii. rest ol the cattle Industry,oi al leael bj
leerson s engaged In iii ii lu lu* ry, na* ie. i eu,. ? altogethi r
loo frequent. Our la wa are rigid and ample fen-nu- pro*
lection of both those great Industrie* li i* my -worn
duty to see thal those law* are faithfully executed,
That duty I shall aeek to perform by every Instrumen?
tality that tbe law liaelf places In my bands for that
lt ls saki that the Carlisle luothers are unnaturallxed
Englishmen and tbat lt ii not unlikely thai thc) will
place lin- matter lief ore the British Ululate r.
SIKH in .1 FORMER CADRT.
a gCAiritn. willi neil uss i\ a int auk xi ti:
WI 81 i'e.I.N I.
Un.iii.iNi. Palls, Feb. IS [Special). Charles
P. Msskill w.i* iii i-*:;'i ? esdei at the Military
Academy, la the latin year ban Igned and bee slues
lived at Highland Palls and bas bean engaged In ire
paring Weet Point candidates feir ,ieiu.is-i rn to thal Inst!
tiitioii. Rs le a gentlemanly-appearing young Iel I sw,
Intelligent and [tacky. About S o'clock Sunday nigh!
ho was attacked by several yenng men .if the Tillage,
one ul t.li un Cha 1st, SU.1 roddy " Walla.'.'. In- Shot
in the thigh. Meaklll tells the. -tory a* loUowil
- When I reached Terry's cornet SS my way to chun h
laat night.] beaid a solee sailing ssa aad turning aaw
three men -itting ra tbe steee.p. i recognized them.
They wsw Barney IHbbasr, Toddy B/allacs sad hts
younger ir.tin-.-. After tome talk roddy .Wallace lumped
upend thr.iw ot! hi* ci..ii and'tbs titree name ni me.
Things looked Lad tor me, a* i knew they were despet at ?
men. I backed away nud tbey fallowed me up. rney
rim alene*.! iee Willi Int; -I.mes alni bleiw* and I pulled
emt my revolver, whi.ii I alw.it* cany. believing my li's
In dango! Irom this gang. Then wallace exclaimed:
' I la's pillie.I a knit,-,' a ul al the same Unit) pulled a big
kulin from nis hip pocket. Then they erovdod me,
struck at me and abused me, while I kept retreatlsg, I
Brod ls tbe ground to (righten Hiern. Than tbej mode
a .-. iga nub ior me, amt as i retreated still further
? Toddy ' Ballses mni; 'Plre seato, yon
Still .iii..:ir.r rush wai made toward me, when I again
ii e-ii in lue ground |euri neely. By this lime J bad
retreated within only two bousee of the church, whoa
thet preened me u han tnat I tva* e eiiiuie-ll..i| to hr.- Un?
thill time. Tin-tine I hit ' Toddy ' Wall isa Then I
went lo the church. Called our Judge Avert and hitch
dem! Io tin offleer. I stayed ail nigh! rn Constable
Mci ali.m.'s bouse and uu- morning was brou..-;.: io
Meekill sahl thal I nose men bad become ao bold thal
prelinna .ii uoopla talki d ..' en gaulstng a \ IgUnnoe eom?
mlttee -Tallies i* sol daageroaaly hurt.
TIIE CBARQES AGAINST ME LAVEETV.
THB BOABO OP iNM'KCioit* TO mask a BBBOB1 IO
Till: DOTI BNOB.
Tiii.NiuN, Peb. 15 (Special).?Thc Board of
Inspectors coutliiued to-day their IsveeBgallon lats
Keep, r Lave rty's eondu. t at thc BBtfS Prison. They no?
dded, however, that lint state of atlalrs dsiu.tmls Imme?
diate action ami will to-morrow muko a report to tho
Governor, submitting the e-viilonce they have alteady
lakSS and cullins his atlonlluii to tbs re-ult of the
Schaefer Jury trial. They will say ths*. not having ended
the iu vi -stiitatloii they da not feel at liberty tu make uni
final recommendation to tba Governor, but will have
him Like what action he MAS lit. All the Indi, allon* aro
that Lsverty means to Ighl Ho has engaged as his
counsel, ex Judiio Hoffman, of Jersey City, ono of the
abb'St criminal lawyers in the l-talo ami a proiuiiieui
Kipuiiliraii as well. If the ti-ivemor stands by Laverty
he- Mi.i have some snow of strength, but it le rumored
that Governor Aobolt sccs ia, reason foi laking upon
himself and the Democratic party tlio responsibility of
defendlnr the keeper. It is believed that Ute Inspectors
having ablfled the rcspoi.* lilli lt upon the Guvi-nrnr, be
will In turn transfer lt to the Legislature nr laying be?
fore lt without reeoireir.eti'lutlon tho report of the ins, -ev
tots Whether he does this or not the I,, gii-ature will
certainly isko prompt action toward the keeper's Im
SUICIDE OVA lamil A LE A SSA ssl S.
Hkimville, III.. Fib. 10 (Special*.?Mis.
Sarah Wilkerson, who was supposed to he the assassin of
William Massey, the foreman of the Garland Mluss, who
was shot in the huck ahout a mouth ago while ou his Way
to work, commuted suicide Hiles morning at LenzStation.
Binco Ihe morning of thc assassination of .Masssy she has
Lei ii nailer thc suivclilsi.eeof the polite, ..ml was aware
tbat In i i.i rest was only a i|UOHtlon of a few days. This
m..i.g she went to a deep well lu the yard ami kissing
her younir child plunged headlong In. The body was re?
covered two hour* Inier. No letters which would throw
any light un..11 tba causes which led her lo destroy ber?
een were ..mini. Il ls tim general opinion, however,
among the people of Lem station that her suicide iou
coufesBiou tbsl sim leuieii red Massey.
J__i_y_Yi_.VGO.fi TER TEA. 181 &T8VEPLUB
OBJECTIONS TO A PROPOSED BE80LUT10N.
why iif. PHIBBS rt SOI put i>rsi to limit tiik
AVaILABLB SCBPI ' - i" 9100,000,000 un less.
W i*iiin.,i.>n. Feb. 15.?? The Secretary of
tim Treasury to-day seal to < elosel Morriaoa, Chaim rn
?i the Commute .? os Waj i and Bi an*, n eommanleatlos
ii reply to a letter from thu: eommlttee asking his opin?
ion on ii proposed jotat resolution directing the* paymeat
of tin- surplns in tm- Treseary in en-,-*s of |100?000,000
ea tbs puiiiic dont, in bbl reply, tbs Bserstary quotas
the lan.iiagn of the neotStlOS Whisk preivldes that
wbeaevei the surplus or bslsaee in tho Traaanry,
lnclii.lliig the nine eu n t hold for redcinptlon of
United statee notes, shall exeeed tho sum of
rr I ie ..omi,.., n ?ball ae me .inly ,,f the Secretary
tef un- in- -.ri to apply such excess In sums of t
i han .-sn., iiini,. pet month during the existence of
Mie-h-lupins io ihe payment of tin- Interest-bearing In
debi eel i,. ss e.f lac I iiiicel .Mates, payable al I In- option
ot the Government, and s.iys:
l le,* language or this resolution li such ns to include In
the " .surplus or balance m tin- Treasury" tbe amount
held im redemption ot United Mates notes. This
is In no sense a surplus, but is set apart and
appropriated, as a minimum security and re-.-r-.o for
tbo redemption and payi/ienl ..f S310.SH1.010, or the
lui eel Males holes which li ive been Issued, both ot
wblob are specllloally promised In the act of March l~.
I-.-. ir. -. :...."::. ii.- reeerve, amounting io
*, n ii ia i, ii i,i ii ii i, should, of course, he beld ai...tc ail po*,
sibllity of mi encroachment like that wbieb mp dletln*
gilisln I prudi icesaor. Mr. M.-f'nlloeli, lu lils lust annual
report (imge 'Ail aaa const rs ned to exhibit mid deplore.
Tho resolution mm before nu- requires thal lhere
should be ai ii ? lin e a *ur|.iiis in tlie Treasury available
for the general needs "f Ihe Government to exeeed
mi ..I ii K i.i i, m. ;m.i th.,i wben Ur* -uin ls reached it should
ne Immediately paid up on tin- public d.-bt. After
nearly twelve tiie.nths' experience in the conduct
of tins Department, and forecasting as weil as i
am able future requirements of the Treasury, a* now
.le I. li e.I by ev 1st mg laws, a ml ns they may be affected by
legislation yet to eenie; ami considering tin* cemr-e of
fut.ne receipts, wblcb re liable io Influence from mani
cause's snell bi tin* il in t un then ol imports, Ihe pro?
longed depression of tis.le nml the marketing of mora
or le-ss eef eiur agricultural products shroud?
I cannot SOW fOTBOBQ a state. of tilings
whie-h win make ii prudent lo limit ihe surplus reeerve
iu tiie Treasury lo noam ranging from nothing to n
maxlum ol JlO.ooo.OoO. Tbe legislation ii..? before
Congress relating le pensions will, if perfee-te.i, Increase
tbe demands upon the rreaanry to an amounl which lt
n impossible tei exactly cellmate, and a late decision
of the Supreme Court subjects tbe Government t-t
the repayment ot duties collected, thr aggregate- of
which i? i.uge., bul altogether Indefinite. These things
are mentioned to remind the eommlttee Ibat neither the
salle upon lbs Traaanry nor the exam lime that sash
demands musi be lei e an be precisely fort .ecu.
lt -Mullel seem to follow, us a business proposition,
that If the Government ls to maintain its credit, in the
sense or being prepared t.> meei ntl Inst demands, which
me Impossible or a-.-c .iv mee, lhere
*iiouiei ie. a reasonable ram laid by >>r kept ea head for
thal pUIi "-e.
THE TELEPHONE Bt AXDAL.
Il III. \ Ie,ll A I M. Ol" I "ell IWIr-IlliATIftN ?
MU. I'll I l/til ASH lill Pill **.
W '.-iiiNf.ius, Feb. LS.?-Mr. __BB_M.ek, of
K.in-.ii, int mein.lin liie 11 ..ii-*- lodaf the following
preamble ami resolution:
lle'erc .,?. (li a ve chm g.-s I,,ive- been male and aro con?
stantly lieing nillir by lbs le e.ling press of Un- leiuntry
refleotlnc un the Integrity and official aotmu of oertaln
ollieers of thi ' ?"*? ei umenl eef tba Culled Statee;
/,.xe/, 'ina-, a spretel eommlttee, consisting of
eleven members ol ti-is Houee, beappolule<l,and when
so a pp. .in it tl tbt said committee ls brrrbj directed al a
eatli a day as possible, to m .Ue- inquiry Into anj >?
penoitureon the part of ih.ver niue ni i i
i te I.. Hie rights eef the I. ? ... ..1 Pau-t'leatric telephone
Companies ie. lbs priority ol patents; said Inquiry to
m. luie> uii organizations ..r companies thal have
sprung out ol ibe I'ii Klectrle Telephone t'om
pany or for any utbel pun. and
also to make I I Inn irj Into ihe Usasnee of stock
... i h. I'au-Kleclno Telephone stock, or any stock
nt any otber co patty, rem p ut es or organisation spring?
ing out of th.- I' ti phone . ? mp ny. ta snj
i. nor persons. ,,?,;,., t. i .... ;:;. itber the legist
iii.in .ul e.r exi cullie ileimrtmeuis ?>'. thc Uovcrnineiil nf
il,,- t'niie d - un, wli a, wbereaud In whal
amounl in : foi s p il r insblt ration In money ur 111iiue1.ee
said stock wat dell vered. Hshm to abai opln ous, de
e 1*1 en* and orders have beeu n i i om sri con
? ? i nr whom, and all tic
circumstances connected therewith snd anning there
ri a. sud ilsa what ?.it oi suit*, if anv, hare
lu- ii brought In tho name of thu Culled
i or j at. ie ?
*u. ei, m any o io r righi r eoatroverey between
tbe Bell ena Pan Klectrle telephone Companies * m h it
,-., tracie nave been made, whal ma r to be
put.I tee soy p<"--..ri ..r| ' - ? . '
Ibe Attorney-General or Heiilrli f tbe United
or authority r>>r eonstltnilng the
I Ulil ll *: l!' - t | e
And to ihe end tbat the |.; f the United states
. ...u.-. .1, the committee be grauted thi
h. send fol | . .apel-, -it .luring tint i,
eef ibc II ilise,tn '-h. cl ? >v a steno replier .niel tee In, ur au)
. el . ,i . ,,, emed i < i
for the ptirpofM* ol such Investigation. Ib-lerred to lue
f 'Om III 11 lee '.li I
Mr. Pulitzer, >,r Sew*York, Introduced th.- following i
/,'? cd ceil, I i. .1 'le ? tbt select
linne tlon -ii' milted bj ".
a i.. rr l< 'I a- ta a.III..erl
eein.tnltli'e- to impine win tin . .i i ..,' ?' .? ic uphoi ?
atteuiptesl t.i in*
lille, e.j lllltCl el- "I "?" i .1 BOtlnn thleell rh lien- I
aetlug tr..rn interested oi Impropor motives, ami
- ?-. ; en h. masers
..r repr tentatives have contributed large- sums of nionej
for pi'.rn al eta pal. li purpeisea npon tbe ..gr. em, ni
llial a ? "il .in p rsoll BCCi J' all ' '?" rhe".n iboul : r..- ||
p..lute al m Judge ol .? ul U.e courts nf tim United
States, vi leb may hiv. to decide litigation oooeeming
tc. len.,;., patenta
i ..Ni IBM Vi I' >BS UV THE SENATE,
\V \-lll* a, |..\, I'ell. 1."e.--'I'he- Se lillie- in e\i a II
llve aeaalonon Wednesday,Pebruarj I0,coafli .ned a laige
number ol nomlnatlona, bul determined not to inform
the I'li'-I.!' ni eel- m.ike- Illili, i'll!,.ic ii'ilil after the follow?
ing exeeutlve eeeslon, In order to give au opportunity
ie,; reconsideration. Theoooflrmatloao made todaj are
sun nuder thu iii,iin. I...;, .er wi rei y. Ihe following are
tire ce,nni mal I'.ll* "t '.he 1.1',!, :
A. C Campbell, C. s. Aile,m.', r.i- Wyoming; Moat*
ford 8. Jones, I , B. Attorney, B cetera l?i?t ru-1 ,er Louie!
ana; i ?!iiii:iai. r-choii. Ch. Marshal foi Woe! Virginia;
; ands II. West. C. H. Marshal Kasters IBs! net Wis
e.m-iii; J ieph I. Irina. II, ;*. Marshal East?
ern iMstiici Tennessee; Mailer H. Bann, L\ -.
Marshal Nortlt rn Ulstrlei Mew*Yorkj A. C.
(.il.-.en. I'. B. Mar-ha! We-t'-m District lanil^iaiin.:
W. c. Bird, U. ?*. Marshal, Sort be ni Ulstrlei ri.uni., i>.
W, Herring, Consul al tegucigalpa; S, l.. Williams, Beg
leter of Land Offl e, Del Nortr, Col; .1 A. Bayard. Beere
tary of Arizona: S H I'attersiin, Indian Agent, lor the
N'avaJ s, New-Mexico; hie-:,.ir.I Stunott. Bdrveyor Cue
loms, New . .ricans; K Taylor, Mai al < tlBcer, San I ran
Cisco ; ll..lei-it A. Thompson, Appraiser, .-an I i tndsco;
-rc.m.I Meulenani .1. I:. Totten to m. Pinn Lieutenant .
-c omi lieutenant Keb rr H. Howdy ta be i'll al I.ie-uteu
a Bomber of postmasters w.re also eonflrmed.
/. , ,.o.rr Wathiugton iou-' tm monti edt/e.
.IDIIS SHERMAN in POS/MASTER JONE8.
A M> i III Al Kl I>- 'I I ll I Kit Klti.M lill. HI BATO i:
BABS ll lil.ir.
COLUMBCSi Om,i, I'lti. I.1., -t'tui-i (lcnililc Iiiih
been -ai.i ai.o.ii the latter st nanala* flhtrmss ts Dewitt
(. .lune-, newly appointed postmsster atColumbus, and
now awaiting continuation ny ti:" Senate. The letter
wno faralabod bi Uoveraor Poraker fer pablleatloa te*
.lay an I lt SS foi.oms ?
-I *? * I I f lllMlll II, )
Waihi utob, i?. c., ivi.. i i, hsii. j
lu ta Bis: ..un in'i. or the- i *-1 ii mt. was received.
it va* md saswsrd sooner os secouui
Of tbe il nee 11 al a ty M to the lime ,,f teaching ymir ease.
I do uol think leers ls any serious opposition to poor
rouIlrinatli.il, bul Inf',I matu.ll has been given the OOUI
mitten thal you Intend to make a eleen sweep ol nil lbs
minor olilies sad that your ofliee really f li under tlnr
civil ."e-ii,ce- law, which roqulree sppolutments upon
examination. Tbo feeling cleated that yoa wilt make
Ind ?.'?nunn it-' removal-, v.lliieeiit regard to the law, has
delayed and may still long, r .'.? lay yonr eoaflrmatlon.
I am quita earn tbat while you would natarally eeeh
Ii,..i ials lo till the m..st of }.,ur olll.es in time, Hie
legal discrimination tn favor of L'nloa soldiers amt soar
natural desire to bara.npetani mealaolBca, will in
duce you to obev tbe law in nils respect ami pretest
If fruin blaine by Observing Its provision*
Very truly yours, Jott* .-m.hm in.
TRYIRQ TO lol: TRR RIRRTRRRTR HARD ha sk.
Christ inn Kalie, ii waiter, llviiip* at Sixty -
niulh nt. aud Setontlave., was arrested yestenlay mum?
ing at ll o'cloek after ti ymg to break luto the, Nineteenth
WardBaak. ilosoumioti ibo burglar alana eaaasetsd
with thu Nineteenth Preelnol Station House, lu rutting
the wires. He was nuable to get anything*, and was ur
rsstsd when going away. Piaeldast Samuel ll. italh
borue of thelbnuk accused him lilllie Yotkvllie Polleo
Court of trying IO slcul ttWO.l'On. The 'prt'.mer
plead, d guilty and Justice Keilly held him lu BBAUB) hull.
RXFItOSIOR oy (i.t.-..
An explosion ot fBB occurre-l _B the Moie of
C. Kopf __ Co., No. .10 lirahum-ave., Ilrooklyu, yester
day morning vl.tu Henry Adkkes. one ol the firm,
struck ti mutch. The pipes were out of ord r and ihs
g..s le.iknl. Adi. ke* sad lils band suversly burned, ami
two custon.ets who were outside Cia door were cut hy
broken glass. The wall of the store was bulged. The
daitm.es to the building were estimated at BBAAB, und to
tho slock BlOO. _
VSBUCCESSEUL ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.
Charles J. Carey, :ik? eighteen, of No. Sol
Thlrd-avc., atterapte.l lo commit suicide yesterday by
shooting hlmsslf In tbe left breast with a revolver. He
was at tho house of bis brolher-ln-law.Nei. IOU f.ast Sixty
fourth st., at the lime. Be wss taken to fir. Luke's Hos?
pital, where his wound waa found to be slight.
THE FLOOD RECEDING.
WATERS SUBSIDING I.V KEW-ENGLAND.
RKSl'MI.N'U TRAVKI. ANO TRAFFIC ON TIIE RAIL?
ROADS? DAMAOB TO MII.IS.
[ar -iu-....i_i:ai'ii tm mi. THincea]
Boston, Keb. 15.?Tin* Koxbtiry flood
ls inholdta& At Huon to-day the water coined to
pour in ri.s? Ireinont st. at Cnlvcrt-st., and tho level of
the Ibio.1 was twenty-two Inelres below the hlultest point
renehed It ls now estimated tli nt In forty-eight hours
the regaler outlet of Stony Brook wUl bo ab'o to entry
off the water as ll comes from the Submerged district
ai..ive. tiio eerles of lakes betweea females
I'lain and llvdo I'ark li is been drained a f.w
I* lies heli.w sm,day inoriiiiiK's level.
It ls feared thal many buildings will eoUapss. The
sande soil eaanot he relied upon except wtiero bulldlsgs
*!and upori pries, and ev.n In such cases Considerable
warping and twisting li feared. Tha Inspector of Build*
hus and li: men and Hie potlSC are on the alert for such
nrctdeate. They nra apprehensive that buildings may
r.iii where* an accident la leam expected. At tho sams
tune they do nor fee] ju billed tu condetnnliu- every
building in the di*:iiet. TS de. so would compel tho
?ni of rolly t.o io pe.,;.!.*, and ?.?reat silfforliiK would
follow. I ho work of the overseers uf the poor and other
charitable people and or__.p IlatlOBI hM put l.c.tin. The
suffering smoag Um bom ele i was not seriously Mt
until today. There aro now hundreds of .ippllcatlotis
leer aid. I'..nd, fuel and elotblog urn neeiletl. The au
dimities bara gtVSn assistance to Tint fnmiltos nnd otbl rs
ari' applying in scores. Children in some fsmilies sis
found t.1 brue no covering tut! their night clothes In
wnieh they were elad when taken from th.-ir homes.
Tbe damage la greater than waa reported In Ihe district
bounded by Hie Providence Railroad, < ninden nnd ii"
mont sta Tbls territory ls lilted with tenement-: ions *
of the inter Biasses, and tba water stands above the
level of Ibe surrounding ground In most places. Tno
damage i-, some buildings is so serious ea to make ll
necessary for the occupants t>> leave their h..uses, in
many ia-es people lying on deathbeds havo beru nastily
Nuiiwi. ii, I eb. IS iSpeeial), Tho retirement of the
riv, rs to within their nitiiral I.Qdeiles discloses the
fae) that the el .manie dore bj tin- M.cd in this neighbor?
hood ts unprecedented. Tm nea dam of tim .Norwich
"...rir I'owrr Company, which yielded yeeterday i*
rained, tt cost B78.000 in 1 ?***-. The mills dependent
up,,n it for power are Idle, 'ihe track m,e| bcd of tbe
Norwich amt Wore ester Hallroad .kirtliii* the Hhetucket
is completely annihilated jn-t above the itsamboal
wharf. The river wall built of atooea weighing ten and
twenty tun* I* gone and everything it n ..uned, tb.wu io
hard pan. lt will take a mouth to reetore lt Tim elam
a.'. |<i men hinm ,,n,l corporations in town ls estimate.1
a'*i ,.i.u.a,. Jowett City, a mill village about ten miles
north, iliboncb a small place also sustained a io-h eif
00, rho looa In Basters Connectiout will reach
11.000,000. Thousands of working people ate' thrown
OUI e.f employment by the ?i.tr->t:i>_.- of dam* ard lite li-.
abllng or destruction of milla When tbe flood waeel us
h.-ltrht, lt m. asure.l three-in, ins blaber than in l-*7li.
Tne rainfall measured nearly ?van indies.
BbW'Havbs, lei. 19 iSpeelnl). Mew-York end Huston
travel bj way of w illimautic mni ttir New-England Bund
wae reopened to-day. Vlce-I'realdenl li.I, of Ibe Com
s.. bl itel, said thai Af expected the Boston and liliane
ami Mu- Booton ami Providence Roads would be opened
Ai i -i i, Mr., Fob. 15. Bur two .lats ram has beea
failing a ..m.- u.e 11 j ? j.. r Ken ne bee. ibe downpour to*
tii.T wltb tbe melting I ? swollen lae river
tii.it Ihe ice ha-, broken un from hkowbegan for a dis?
tal.f thirty miles tee a punit WlthtS len miles of
\ ista, where lt I* lani ni od. When it gives way the
. . '. .?:_-.- u.u-t no.
THE DELAWARE I Lt QOED Willi ICE.
COBDITIOB Of ll- limn rASIKS AND TUOSB OS ihk
"i *'.' KBAXBA.
Kihi mu iiiin. Feb, l.'i [Special).?The Del
. s Kl, na- a* it is now
foi n.a: y yean. One e.r the rap! di * "f ibe Market
Kerry I'ompany wim bas iia.l a lonii tiperlanoe lu river
navigation laid Ibat be bad not naen such heavy Ice In
ihe river far thirty years 'Hus muming ths river pre
! an t iti.ieeieliii.ii y spe-ct. nie. Tho lee na* s.e
-I loge) in bj i ie tide ll ni it was jul. el up In bum
fe ei Sigh, or moic, rendering thc
rlver nest to Impassable for ferrj rm..is, in fact, Vina
nnd Federal Street I rry tlme-ta! ee were ao complete ,
apse! tii.it ail travel between Phlladelshls ai.d Csmdi n
wm concentrated e,n tba upper Market Street terry,
w inch, in a single nm, breaght over .i thousand |
i-.re. B'ben ibis was accomplished by Ibs stater boat
. off the I'.'i'i' ?? from the boats stuck tn ihe ne,
tbe passengers tei reai h '
ib< -mr..., .i tbi most marvell ie that no ao
1 l.le-lit* nee ll
I-., i Um--ri. Md. i'i.. 15.?Tbs Ice continues run?
ning fr ely oul urn iii i nesapeake Hay and tbe water
al thrs polal I Im ding. The ll.I li i* ?
beary loss to the poor of this place, whose bornes a.r.
on ti,. .-n soltclti 'l from Balti
;, uri and I'l ? a .. pbla M inj |ieop|e wi re roui|n ? ?
. an.p on na- billa fast night, where large sire* were kv..
e! e . m iklllk a in lure ,u -. el c.
liii mi in. N. J.. Eelu 15. -The freshet In Um Dela
; ne ra
i.riilse erna lng tbe Delaware al M iron's Creak amt ba
ll lee I ,,e. pen I I -1 ell I , tl I "lill-. HIV Ul*
,. . i baa i-i ? -a demolished and the
.et tl. rt el.ill, igr.lt
lt 1. i HAWING AND BREAKING ll*.
i I i ? in* t. i i i nu I BIBI rsBIBS "Y Ult Hl'lU IS
AM> lill MoHASTg BIVKI -.
PoroiiKEi i--ii. Kt li.! fi' Special). Thc lliaw
continued lei day and h id a si ri'ens e Beet upon ibe IreJn
lbs Hodson Inver, la. i.t thousand men snd boj *, 2,000
boreee, snd over 100 steam engines are lylsg ulla writ?
ing 'eer a c. ld w iva 1 he. ice- in Bangrrtlee, Catskill, Liv
Inusion alni -t ckport t n 11<* has brokt n up aud ci....<? t..
si mimi i.u.i, Feb. 15. Aa tba water In Um M..hawk
Ililli Oe _.1!I le. I.l li I.e-t I, I ul, I, ail .l..llk'c| tl IIS thee I-III I,.
lee ni er. Hui aboui li, i'l m. lit the Watei above I he gorge
at Van Slyke's Inland rose over the Hals m.rth ..i the
Wagner Compauy's shoos nnd In two boura, the whole
tint, npi.i. a bicb are the Wagner Car Company's Shops,
int- Mcqueen lan.lotlve Works, Lyon's Varnish Fac?
tory ami i in. Wi st i ne_-inn'?,? Company's Mu .ps, wns inun?
dated Tbe cai shopa teeing on the ioweet Sate are died
wnn water un to tbe window s.i*n. Tbe Beeilnghouae
< i>11>).h11> li,i.l a '..ic. ..f a,en ai work through Hie- ulgbl,
a i.. i i.t (treal . sertlon were able to keep tbe water out of
I hi foundry aud boiler shops, but tbe ofliee is filled with
S aler lo a depth of over five feet None ot tbe slioi.s,ile
running and tbe car works will be eloeed for several
TSrtT, Peb. IS. Up tO tue.ii to dav the water had falhn
four f.et. 1.ee was gorged e. |. ie.,-. 11?. the lower part ot
Hm eily, hm it lie hoped I Ital ll wm moto before lue up*
per ic.-, n blob ls lodged at Waterford, eomeo dows, ai
otherwise great damage would result
Hil. El El: RECORD.
A POB M ALMOST DBSTROYEU,
DbXTKB, Kiii. l.'i.?A lin' ul Flagstaff, Ali?
sona, jrootentay la two boure destroyed lbs satin baal*
;? iiion of iiie iowa, winiam IX Btdiager, a barber,
pel -Iud In Un- Marni*. Many persons are houieb-HS ami
destitute. Am w.i-. asked from neighboring fawna snd
tbey generously responded. Tbe distress ts sow greatly
relieved lim l.ss I- * I (iii,duo, on which there ls only
rr 15,000 I usu rance. I he nu-, lt is believed, ..I I.'! Hated lu
a t hints.' opium den. At 1 p. m., while the lloarel of
Trade was In sc .hi Au, the following' dispatch was received
by them fia.rn Flagstaff: "The Cltlj-r"tis of PUfStafl up
pi al io 11.ii foi- .id, as iitey .ir.- made destitute bj a rav?
aging ni.-, wbieb oas destroyed all tbe busiuess portion
t,r ih.- town, leaving tin. people without food,olotbtng,
i.c.i.nm. or sheller. Inside ot half an hour tba mern*
luis e.r in.- li..ar i had eon ttl buted provisions uml ii.,in
inn sufficient to ll I a ctr, which will bo forwarded lo Um
p, opie oi Piaget tffle-ulgbt.
t.l.ass WORKS DESTROYED IN JERSEY CITY.
Chattel H- O'Neirg pla*, works in Jersey
tity was binned dows last Bight Ths lase la 920.0001
l iee batldlng occupied I be space from Bo, lol to Na l LS
Painui .ilnl ave. lin- ins* ia covered by insurance.
LOBBBS IN VARIOUS I'I. vt I.h.
\v u i-Afia, Wi-., Feb. 15.?The dooring and
w.,nilen mills al frysiin Uiver were burned on -atunlay
Bight. Tim loss on Um former ls ??*:?,Olin, Insured in Hie
Lancashire-, N'e.rtb British, ami N'lak'.ir.i insurance com?
panies feir ll,BOO each. The loss em the woollen milla ls
t:i.(iiMi, uninsured The flouring mill was owled by li.
t.ruucr. inui was lensed ny VV 0. Kulti wm, whose loss on
Btoek ls 91,000b li siiraiu c |S0O
Maiusus, Wis , Fob. IS, Fisher's cheese fai'tory and
W.u nei's elevator, at Windsor, wero biirueel yeslordsy
The loss is fl2,000, Insurance* lixht.
TIRED of A IA li: OF ff. LOST.
.Sr. Louis. Fob IS iSpsdalU?Alfred StinsoBt
alias stone, tince a preeminent SttlSCB of Chicano, but for
Ibo last llfioon years a tramp and a vagabond, wai keel
Into I'ollce lloadnuarters today and saul thsl by tim ad
vleeoftlm Kev. .leiiiu I). Vincll, uratid secretary of tito
elate M.i-uul. I.odir,-, h.- h.id onie to give himself up to
thc j...lice. Ile then save a detailed account of nearly
ilfty iniouiiis and lulsdemcaners of wbieb ba was milLy.
oounulttrii in Waukenan. Ill-, Buffalo, Illiston, Pittsburg,
Philadelphia, t'1111-11111.111 and ..(lu-r places. Finally, af?
ter tlficiii years of tins life, be p.aced Slmeclf In tbe
bauds of afr. Vin.ul, saying that ho could uot conttol
hims. If, and was locke-.1 up.
BU. WATTsTESOR TROVORT TO HE llETTER.
l.uiTsvn.i k, Fob. 15'.?The physicians at tl
p. m. p,?m..uned .".tr. WaUetsonssviniHoii.suiorofavor
able. Ills pulse was lit nud Ids leinpe-r.ituro 108,
Ff-itn-* IM and I0S% yesterday. Harvey M. Watterson
and his friend, O. Ok Mealy, arrived Iiom Wnshliu-.on
this afternoon, and ho ISSagBlSSS. them botli. Doctors
Yandell and Koblele sat thal BS is entically 111, and ll
will take three days lirlore they can tell whether or not
he will recover. 'Hie physicians hnvo declared thal
there ls every Indication of sub-acute meningitis, bul
whether thin ls the tale tremble or how far other e omni!
cations enter In has not vet been determined. HU
stupor to-.lay bas nut benn ?o great, and he took mort
notice of things about him. .Mr. Watterson's symptoms
were ut one time hi con plex that his disease waa
thought possibly to he typhoid fever.
IO A 7 TEND MU. SE V MOE les FUNERAL
A _fB88AOE KROM QOTJSBKOB HILL.
ACTION I.N HUTU BOUSBS DY TBI UMUSLATVBB
Ai.ranv, tab. I-") [Special'.?(',o\criiov Hi1]
to-night sent the following moss.lifo to tho Legislature lr
relation to the death of ex-(lovernor Seymour:
STATS e.K NhW-Y'.llK. F.XK. I rivi. ( lUMitKK, )
Al I. \M, Peb. IB, l***)ii. (
To the Legislature: Horatio Seymour is dead. Tm
sui event which ls announced to yon with deeprejtret
occurred at I Usa on lil av evening last, lt is deeuieel
appropriate that snob suitable muon should he taken
by Hu- l,e-I* a'u re m behalf of tba people of the Bl ate- ai
sill tilly express their sisal .arrow at ihe death of theil
most distinguished citl/en. Keir over half ii century he
has been prominent In th- allans of our state, barlas
sn three tiim-* n member e,f the Legislature, once
Speaker e,f tbe Asaembiy, Mayor of the elly of Utica,
iTooiitcnUal elector, an i iwiee Itt Uoveraor. lu midi
Hon to these Illinois ce.iiferreei U|.'.ti him by the people,
h.- has acceptably served span s?-ve-rai Important oom*
missions appointed by Um Executive, nnd in 1808 he
tv is tue . iu. lld, ile of tile _reat Denned ail.- Mit! lor tho
Presidency of tbe United Statee, mm rooeivcd,
therefor, tho electoral rats of lils sst!ve i*'tat.-.
During his lang car. er In- has always discharged the
dut.es of tho high trusts committed to bira with con?
spicuous fleiellty, most signet ability and conscientious
devotion to tbe public g*,od. Ae chief executive of tho
St.. t.t during the. critic.il period In tte history he was
.-.na.*., in nts defence of tim Union and loyal to the
cane.- of ir econstitution, and at tbe sam., tun., vv.-is buhl
nud fesrless rn the protection of every Just right of tho
honorable oltlien and sea oas In Um maintenance of the
i iieeiiter ami credit of the Mate.
Tho Christian patriot, the friend of bassit govern
ment, tbe defender of civil liberty, the cousoleutloua
rltisen baa passed away. Ii l* nttu.it tu.it thecloeeot
etii.ii a lite should receive more than ordinary reoomt
tii.ri, ami I commend to your oonsl leratlon such proper
expression of the pulillc sorrow ami such legislative no?
tion concerning his funeral as in your Judgment may be
deemed appropriate. david B. Hul.
I t -peaker Erwin offered a resolution in the Assembly
providing for tho appointment of a cou.tultteo of ilfteen
Assemblymen lo attend the funeral services at i'm xasw
morrow nm! smugs memorial exercises for tho As?
sembly. The resolution was adopted.
Assemblyman C. 1>. li.iker, wno WSS acting SS SpeakSf
in Mr. liusteil's absence, apo.mite I tho following com?
mittee under ths resolution: Kx-Spe.iKer George Z.
la win, of .-tt. Lawrance; Benjamin nail, israel J. White
ead Hobart Vf. Evans, of Oneida; (iem-go W. I.von. af
Bow*York| Oeneral V. M. Curtis, of St. Lawrence;
Charles M. Titus, ot Tompkins; and James II. M iiivllle;
of W isiiincon, He-publicans ; William I-'. .Sheehan, of
F.ne ; Gooree W. 'iree.ie, of orango; Edward I). Cutler,
of Schenectady| Joba II. Longley, of Klage; diaries
Brewster, of Sebobarisi Borton Chase, of Albany; and
Edward H*gew, of Bow-York, Daoaoerats.
The Senate resolvctt to attend the funeral In a body to?
OOVBBBOB HILL OB THR DBAD STATE8MAH.
AiitANv, Keb. 16 (Spicial'.?Governor Hill
will ntie-mt the funeral of e-x-f eove-riior seymour to-mor?
row. Baferrlng to ths charge that Mr. seymour was lu
sincere-, when in the Di mt.cr.un- BattSMl Convention of
1 SOS be declined tabs acandldnte for um Presidency,
(loveraor Hill -ays: *? I am sure that Mr. Seymour was
stnri're. I attended the National DeinocrallolJoiiventlnii
at ? h'.ch that leena took place. I was a young man tuen
and was nol a lit lt gate, but I SUB keenly Interested lu
politics all.I bad a seal In thS nailery where I ce,niel s.e.
Hi. Seymour's face." Tbe Governor etea said: "Mr.
ir's death win be deeply reit by ex4lovernor Til?
di n, w I,., highly admired bim, mi wuo t>> my own know),
eil go was always quoting wnat Mr Seymour said .ml
thought, lh?y were Intimate friends aod ?aw a great.
de d ..( each other. I am afraid Mr. Seymour's dc.ilh wnl
bal '? sn ;il - lt .-I on the health of .Mr. l'rlitcu."
1:1.1 ALLI 50 rm: OOVERNOB.. PUBLIi I-UE.
/\ hiiiim_r nt tha KrotliicH Eiehanps iras
beld yeeterdaj to laka notion an i -. Oevernor Seymour's
death Chm ? w. Vail presided Pome! H. Parker la
presenting a wries ol reeolu lons fl ill" I attention ie. tbs
faa tbsl a f< t eli} sonly hte.i passed since tbs members
ii..-t i > i a) r.?-??. ci lei ., great Ueneral; that they now
met t.i pay r.??..?. t to s mao who lied hlentltted his
oilicliti life with tne interests ot the merchants, whoee
-..e.iel . eoupled with mat of In- Witt Clinton,
the ether ol Ibe Erie Canal, except ibat ir..ia::.,
.arl.an of iiiat waterway. Edward
Kan nen se... I'l" I i e i "?-??: itiiin*. aad was followed bv
, it Lils, ii. who r. 'erl d to fae utile .oilUe I vt niel.
?- .ave I > th ? mer.-li i..I*. and
eb lie *t.I by them i i their er: .r* tu
maintain the supremacy ol Ihe eau il Interests. I.. J.
N Stark ami tlexauder Hesklin also spoke, when the
resolutions wore adopted. It wa* also narced that
i.i,-i-i. is * oai t be susi ended al tbe hour eef tim lu u r f,
trout'J to ll p, m. to-day. rue fu ere appointed
t.t .a,end tm- fiiiii-i-.ili Charles M. Vail, theodore I.
Ilustetl. Krankllii Edsou, Edward (Tinrkt.\. R. Gray,
ii il. Ii.eii.-i . ? ..., jell. Puller-. I.. .1. N. Mar!;, Jo.,n
M. Hurt. Horace Ingersoll and Porra*! II. Pal
ru Al.lt-r "ii also adopted resolutions of
ta .peel tu i ie men I.. vu..mr and ..r I 1
. i to lie al bu ' maa! and the public huildiugs to
. e- i!..i|.t-t! itni,. ''or tne funeral.
lui.lin un- HOBOB DEAD PARTY LEADERS.
'I lu- mw I.\e i' ui i- Coiumittee of thc County
i1 ni rac] mel last evening for tbs first Bum st No. l
i rn..it s.pi.ir.-. I be only i bange ls tim leadership of tbe
vu I.u- districts te t nut oi Timothy f. Onmphell from
Un' v nh I ?mt r i-t iii pia. e ..f hal ward HeC'tie. Permanent
have uot been elected. Justice Maui ce J. I'owei
ir leied, Uesoititlons we're adopted regretting tbe
death of Ueneral Hancock and Horatio Seymour, snd
Ins m. rei. tddreesee were made by Assistant
District lt lorne- . I. limn li. Pl ua** raid, and Jam.* IX
Mi' le ll iud. i be e a.inui i of me Executive Com nlttee
abd of tbe Committee of rwenty-four were authorised
te. .,--.e, mi,, willi them -neil members as ihe) pleased tee
a i. iel Ibe fa ne lal ul lin- e\-i i>ni-ili..r. lt wa* eli lue,mee al
thal i.i-.v.iii Cooper, Hubert ?'. Tnotupson. Commis?
sioner I'uir.iv and others WOUld goto I''.lea.
lue i ..ma,nut go, icty imti ate i aimut lorty moruben,
among them being Oeneral Daniel E. sickles, ex-Judge
A. B. Tappan, and Aldermen lleunetl and Pitsgcrald.
Ileeolutioue of regret ni tim death of ex-Governor Sey*
mour were paased, aud a committee of thirteen beaded
hy i iran l Sachem Dugro Will attend the funeral. Ex
Uoveruor Seymour wae a member of the Tammany So?
ciety, snd per,ene or mon* terms .1 sachem.
a ipeclhl ue ung nf ibe Democratic ie.un ra] fe,menu.
lee was beal iu Jefferson Hali, Brooklyn, aud resolutions
In honor of iloueral Haneoek and rx-Ooteruor Sey?
mour were unanimously adopted
pRiEviNG i'ok* sinai .1. mccarthy.
DISPATCHES PBOM mu. lil.MN., ii ivi'KNni: BILL,
MR, l.l'l'l W \Nl> OTHERS,
Stbacuse, Fob, 1"> [Special).?The fiinoral
Of Sen,ilor Dennie McCarthy, who tile.I last lllgiit, will
take pines on Thursday morning, Arnon*; tho mcsssfSi
of coirl..leuce were lao folio ring :
STATS Of Ni sr-YAitc, .
I.XKi I 1IVK OtlAMBSK. y
DSSMIS Me t'vlrlllV, jr.:
I am pained to learaof the death of yoarbanored fa?
ther. Please lendi r t.i his family my silicon* sj mpnthj
In their great Sorrow. DAVID I'..' Hm..
Aiut sr.i. Mo.
To DKXMS Mt CanTttT. jr.:
l'i.it i ont ev to your mollie r an 1 every tuomber of > our
family ino siiiccrev sympathy of Mrs. Blaine and myself
iii your ure-at alltictlou. We appreciate jaiur Inestimable
l,.s*. Your father had bcci. for twenty years one ol my
truest and most generous friends. J UlSg ti. BLAIXK.
Ni.w Ve.itii, Fob. LY
lo Di nm- Mi c in mv, jr.:
lund .-mv grieved by the news ol' yo.ir father's
lenin. Dur individual friendship ot many yeera gave
nn- the opportunity tu know his stgadfast devotion to
lils oouvioilons and bia friend* i extend yan all my
leepeet sympathy. mu mii M. Dsrsw.
U ISatSOTOR, 1'eb. IS.
lb l>. MCCARTHY, jr.:
Ymir fut lier's sudden death surprises (inti shocks mr*.
New-Voik h.is lost a prominent oltlien, aad his neigh
bars as ssmssi sad true friend. Prakk iii*' .. g.
ni ,- nagee of sympathy wera slao reedved from Stats
irerisur.-r I. J. PHxgarald, ex-StaU Senator James
arkell,Charles EC, Pitch, tho l.dli.ir of lite MoehetBor
Ii'iiiocial, and oilier prominent people.
Ai ii tvi, Peb I.", ISpeetat).?Senator Hendricks tn-Sight
presented resolutions of regret at the death of ex-Sen
itor McCarthy, of Syracuse, Lteutenant*Uovornor Jones
ippolnted tim f..dow.ug cotuinittoo to attoud Benator
McCarthy's funeral: Hendricks, ot ByroOSQSI Pitts,
t'liinkitt, Cullen ami Vedder.
TEE HEATH OF t AFTA1S CRAWFORD
3KBBBAL Cltt'OK'.. TBIBOTB IO A OALLABT OFFI
Ill poniTiil Olden isSBBd l>r (idiei'iil Crook
.?oncernlng tho deatti of Captalu Kmuiet Crawford, lil
I'a val ry. who waa killed bf the Mexicans on January
ll, ocitir Um following WOCdSI
?' CSptalB Crawford, with Hie z. al and gallantry which
had alway? distinguished lum, voluuteeicd for iho ardu
[itts ami thankless task of pursuing the renegade Chlrlca
11 ii ii Apaches to their stronghold In thc Sierra Madrc,
M. itt at, aud was assigned te) the command of oue of the
most Important si the expeditions oigauue.1 for this
Itaipu e. lu the face of most dls.'uutaging obstacles, ho
bael bravely and patiently followed in tho track of ths
retie gailes, le?. nu c.install I ly in the fb-M from tho dale of
tho outbreak In May last to thc day of bis .lenth.
" Afier a mureil of eighteen hours without halt tin the
rengbi st < oncelvabla country, he loni ams ced tl lu dis
covering uud surprising their ruiiclierlu In the lotty
rna sea near tbe Jams Bi ver, sonora. Everything i>o
1 on gin n ta the enemy fell imo our hands, anti the Chirl
i almas tn the Hr.-lit sent lu a squaw lo beg tor p.-at e. All
arrangements bsd boca made tor a conference early
next morning Unfortunately, ? body of Mexican lireg
nbir troops attacked Captain ('ruwford's camp at elar
bruk, and ll waa while endeavoring lo save the lives of
otinr- that Crawford roll.
** Brave aa a Ilea, modest, leader, ami gentle as a
woiiii.li ; always averse to alluding to bi* own achieve?
ments ; temperate, noble, ami wise*?ho waa il.iring life
tilt honor lo lils profession, uml lu death un cv.mp:.- to
bis t.i'.i.r.i Li."
THREATENING TO 8TKIKE.
STKEET-CAR EMPLOYES DISCONTENTED.
TUBBS CITIES AFFECTED BY THK ML'K.MCRI.NaS?J
Ml i , IN,, Ol' THK HEB.
Tlie happiest stiret-car employes yesterday
were those ott the Hroadway line. When the new time?
table which had boen promised came out lt was lound to
he In perfect areordanoo. In lotter and spirit, with ihe
nu.cement made by Supcrlntentltnt Nevell with tbe
BxsssJ ve t'einituittee of the Ktnpire Proteetlvo Assn.'ia
ti.ui at the time of the strike ton days ago. It w H not so,
howover, on the Fourtn and Hlxth ave. lines. Many of
tin- eomtue-teirs ami drivers on those roads grumbled and
saul that they bael boen fernlea n.-aiu. The lime table
follow ed the agreements made with the I.mplro Assoc!.*
tion as to the letter, but too employes thotiijht lt failed
la thsSgtrtt Ha far as the number of trios that wers
to constitute a day's work, the number of hours In which
they were to bj m ide and the amount of wages _uld, no
fault could be found. The trouble was that a sreat
many ? trippers " ar- put on thu hues and some of tlio
men who havo oeen making full days' weir's were planed
tn Charge af them. On these "trippers" only fl to
ri SO can be made, the men halag paid by tin tri;-. This
Vtuir.enient w.is far tm,ii MMsBm tary. They li.il ?
grlei'iiui'.' niifl STgaed that those-who had secured tho
u.."t runs shutild stand by them and WS Die lr wrongs
rlghtai. On the Pixth ave. line tills feeling was mani?
fest. On the Fourth ave. due it was alumst oi>en
rebclliein and a strike wns threatened all eloy. It wae
tic i!,. 1 to lu.l I a meeting and after the- curs ilni*hi-el
their night runs tim men all went to HM halt, Vs. Mi
Baooad ave. It was ISSlisSl to malic one more-ettort to
seeara shat they wanted hy calling on superintendent
skit*, nut a "tie up" ls probable to .lay if repara?
tion was r. fused. Mr. SLitt is th. one to ivhoni tiny lay
all the alaine, as they say that OeraSUSS Vanderbilt, tho
l>re*i.|..nt of the reiad, srould vrUltiigly giant all they ask
if in' favored tl
diaries A. Merrill, a mein.or of the i:\ee-utive Com?
mittee of tin- I.mplrt- Protective As.Deletion, .ablion
Tumi ni. ISfSfMt last night:
We. have se'en the new time -tables and they are- practi
i oasty according to the sgrsessesl a blob we- made wita
the companies, snd we think tint have kept mail with
us. (n snme iu*:.inae-. Un- maning Hine feen.mn, | a urtto
nier twelve hours, hut ntit to anv great extent Tue
Bros IWnjF lines did tile- best by tlleir mell. lu fae-t they
have- et.ene all that could ne 6XJ ci-ted. We have no f.iult
ta Bad with tin- Fourth uud Sixth ave. lines w. r?.
I .it. i thut they wendel run a lot ed " trippers " as tln-y
are doim.. They might have- liol,.- a little be tte-r, and
perhaps they will do no wti.u they eel t j riifining ta
perfect shape on tbo mw schedules. All we want ls what
l* Just I don't think there- will lee- auy trouble; ot
Course there are- some* _rrtiml !ers, but tiny are- individual
rases; it ls Impoealble to satiety all bauds. We havo
iIdiii- pretty troll, however, ami I guess eve-rythlug ts all
Tin- new schedule- by which 'he conductors and elrivers
lu tin-employ of tin* Brooklyn City K.illroad I'omp.iny
are tei be- paid extra fee auy time over twelve hours a
d.iy went int.. foiao yesterday, and tlte:> will be | dd 'or
the llrst time under lt next Monday. Me-.niwbile uii;?h
dlseonteol ls nf., rains tho employes ed tho other coin
pnnUs who have received no amelioration of their ciii
elitlui. lt is especially slronu' MBOag the tuen employed
by the Atlantic Avenue H.ii.ro.nl Compauy, ami eUorte
are being made to organise u general-trike, a general
organisation ts beni/formed at the bea (quarters eif tho
Labor Committee, Bo, 889 I'ult m st. Ths Brooklyn
City Hallroad Corni,any says that ii its mon were put on
a e.i-lie*luli-ot twelve hours a dav some oT t'l.-m could
only wuk nine hours owm_ to the tlft.-en diteresl time?
table-tbat h.i*tt tee Ht in touether at Fulton I'.rry. A
mcui!>nt of the Empire Protective Association of tho
Knights of Labor says thal the street raflread men lu
Brooklyn have, loafer hours ami poorer pay than auy
otlie-i-.s in the Bl .ts.
A i e-t lion -lune! by the drlver-s. conductors and
?tahlomen employed by the eon-,.li lated hor-e car eoiu
panes of Newark for a reduction af the hoare af lahss
will be prcseute I to the sow pony's ofHoers to .lay. The
men m.w work fi'otn f.;urteeu to sixte.-n Uours a day.
rbe movement has been Instigated by tba Knights el
Labor in eiiy of tbo emulojos being members eif thal
A .-TR,KI-. AMONG AMOBKEAG WE a Vi: KS.
eevr.i: piVB lii'if-and WOBKIBO I'K'I'I.K f.l'T OB
IMi'l.uYM! NI?OlIII It lABiR NOM.S.
V, i*ion. Peb. l't (Speciali.?A dispatch to
Th.- JaotrtuU from Manchester, N. H., says tbat a strike
of large' magnitude was begun there this mot ning, which
na* r ulred In a loakout of over BJBOO aperitives and
ti.e stapplag of 17, IBO spindles and ti,'J iti looms. It la
th,- SraS strike of anv account In Manchester sino
l?.e,Y ou Saturday afteruoon some dtseatlsBsi wciivere
left tlie.r looms in the mills of tho Arnoskeag Cor
poratlsa. Tfes trouble of BstarSfef afteruoon tlrst ap*
peared In tho lower aoaslSBtaesi of Ba I mill, of
wliie-b silas C. Stetson ls tho overseer. A committee
representing the weavers waited u>ou Mr. stets 11 ami
told hlinth.it tiley w.-r-not satisfied wah tin; v ii_e s the
.-o.iipauy talented tei pay them. Mr. Stetass told tho
committee tiiat tlic.i*<-nt e.rtli.- mils. Mr. -tr.iw, wa* out
of leen ii, but whi'it he* reteii-ned tie ii ta*>- w.nile! lie laid
before bim. IhS we.ivers ttl. - ii r.sume.l w .rk. The em?
ployes m other rooms were given tin -ame answer.
lb.- anent, Mr. straw, was waite d upo-i by several com*
A committee of girls fre.m No. 4 Mell called
upon him and stated Ifeelr sase, rbe leader w.is mi ta*
Pl euell girl, -lu-san! li," help la til-- weaving,
room wanted to be paid 27 cents per cit feir their work.
They were now Kelling 23 cents ami tho propo-ed in
ereaae Would -ive thom 'J.*>. Tuo prise asked for, ?7
e-onts, w is wh it tlu-y te.i'lved twei years mo, wuen
wages were ont iowa, rbe Siting boys, shsvMWff
Bettie *-i 05, waa! *>l 90, ss I tha looa Kin's, who were
receiviu.' .1 IO, .U'C w uited r*?l ???). Mr. Straw *aid tli it
ho was un ible to do anything more for thain,
A larger committee of men, ropissoaHsg Hm w avers,
waited upon the anent and dtseassed their troul, e. vrifh
hun at e-eiiisiUei-able leui_th. Tu.-y said that at a previous
cut down th.re had been takcu away ir au their pay
eight tenta an ginghams and dress gooels, while the lu
crease only reatored three. On seersucker noods they
formerly received 65 costs, whUethejr eon get nut 3S
cents. They claimed that Hint the- veevers in other
places were re-eolvlng more la proportion to the number
ol In mrs they workeil than tire Weavers SS UM Ainos
keag. A tiote,l feature of the sttlke wa* the fact that lt
waa nat ordered by the Knights of Labor, aad iu fact
tbat tbat organisation ofllctaTly wae not is um mtg con?
sulted. Th-1 stnko stops a daily payment of wages of
CMIt V'.'), l'.*b. IS.?A coiumicee coiupnsed of six
Knui.t* of Labor, three moatoses el tin Mi leis' Cn iou
and three ol the Metal Workers' Union, waited sa C. II.
M.a 'oi-ii,lek th,s morning with a view to atliust thedif
Ii. lillies thal have ci..st rd between ti.e company and ne
. nml.n.-s. lt ls now afreet! that the men outplayed on
planers, vise and lathes as day workers -hall rac.-Ive _'J
perdny, bia ksmuii*. f_\ and other helpers -el 7">. All
Laborers sro to receive rpi 50 per day. All men who
have been dieohsrsed for being snloa men shall be re
Instated. Wren new men are employed inefcreiice ls to
be given to obi banda The Sra re *??! re the tight to de
cnlo whom they shall eii'plov ordlechs
POSSIBILITT f)F ABOTHBR CIGAR LOCKOUT
Tlii'ir isa posshility that the cordial illations
existing hst we sa Um CtgaraahiMf Progreselvs I'mon
ami tho rintel Cigar M inuf.ictui-i rs* AssOUlnlMS vvill lio
brokeaaad saother lachaat bronchi on. Cow piala! le
made thal tn two thopa,tboae of S. Jacoby A Qa aadSatrs
it- Newmsrk,thaaew scab-eif wanes in not nail ead Massa*
era>.bt tlissatl.lat inui exists Brown A Karie aol Fra ik
Mct'eu A CO. are no' taking00 any SSW m I SUlll I. ty
Brothers' factory ls Siled. Blas susi went ba.-k to
work In that shop yesterday. Ouly Sight of thu packers
have returned io worn. .
ADTOCATIRQ A TORRAOB com..
Philadelphia, Fob. 15.??Tin* siaaagsfs of
tito anthracite Ceiai interests Wt the Pennsylvania liatl
road Company state to d iy tb it they can safely enter
Into an agreement with ihe oilier anthracite coal Ititer
Ms for thc, control of tlie tr.nte ni I**-*; without vbiiatlng
the principle expressed by that company of not restrict?
ing production. It could be dane, they state, by making
a toaSfefeS pool, giving each ni m. hiv a pe.reentag.t ol
t..inian.. Without restricting prediction. Ily uol going
Into the combination laat year tho Peaneylvauta I'.ail
roatl Compeer mined and placed 3,500,000 tons ot coal,
or last 500,000 tons moro than it could havo sall under
thc restrictive- pian.
J. II. Liri'ISCOlTS ESTA IE.
rillLAPEU'lllA, Feb. 15 [8BAkBtU).?Tbt will
of J. H. I.ippiu o t was probated to-dny. The estate ts
mventoiied at*;i,.'.09,lli_; IJ. His interest lu the J. B.
I.-ppincott I'liblisbiiiK Company ls placed at #tJtl,StX?
llo held rjti.rn*.-uti of I'hilailelphla aad .Beading Balr
i ...li*'.- li. 1134,500 of Ballimore uni ohio, and 1.403
shares ot l'euusylvauia, appraised ai *7J,7ti-'.
( RAISES A.SDC.ASEAETIES-IIY TELEGRAPH
ABUBBTUra A STACK DIUVFK POB KOBBKBY.
OiiAiiA, Feb. 18.- Titoinisil. Oseey. a stage drtverftssfe
Cbadron lo Fori Bolunsou. bao beni arrested ou a ehargo
ol committing the i o'd-cry of tao express treasure bor
about two ino.nlis asa Be was the only person on the
stugo sud daitueel that a musked robber with a double
baneiled gun. compelled him to give up the treaaurs
box.oouuiuliur over i}7,0(K). consigned to lort Bobin
,..n to pay otT the trooi?s. Casey ha* bosu uu-ler
close espionage by tbe express oo.upiny; since tha
I.YXCII1.II BY A MOH.
lu wi ii, Feb. i.y?A dispatch to Hie RtmnRliean from
Bed i lill. Col., says : *'<>u Vrl-lajr two lulurrs, Terry and
iileiison, .|iiarrelled eonceniing the payment of *.a tbat
perry owed tllea-ou, and tbe formoi shot tho Intwr
through the bean. Perry was arrested. Aili p. ni. a
mob of 300 mm ts svarpawecad tho sbsrtK took the
prisoner from JaU and hanged him from tho railroad
SHOT DEAD BY HIS BIlOTIIFK.
9r. Lous. P'.-li. 1...-V di*nat.li fro.u i uatlfttioort.
Tenn., to I*e l'titt-Di*patcn. says : "Twabrothers, jrner
son uml samuel Mlis. became siistsfod tu a iiuarii'i yes?
terday ovn a trivial maller aud Joflcr.._?w^_-?fS?g
passion, drew a pistol aud shot his brolaur IhrougU tha
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