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THE. PACIFIC KA1LROAD&
aVaCOl-- MHSSAO1 V'ttTi THE PKKMDENT.
I'RGIXG A MgalJI AltJi "Si vi NI IX THK INXF.Rr.8'1
Ol I Hr. ii \ IriiXMKVT.
\\ i-vMiNurov. Jun ll N/"<tu/?- 'I Tic Presi?
dent's e*aeufl***i t" cii'in ans th- ey-epoeti of th.- Po?
tts Hnilnanl t'un,i.i *s .u--is \v:is hi'al Ivfore Con
pr- at t'-dity. lie- rt-.tein- in tin- Senate xs-ns list
ncsi I" with I'lnliHer-:'.!' bj nus! Smuiors. tin- onls
ene jar.i.-nt I.v -ka*, lag atti i I ion tt lin- flick- baAsg
Hr. M- I'-n-i-nn. ol Xivv-icis, y. As was anti."!
patel, I'm- l'.i'siileiit is Mri*ti<-lv ituliici]
to tawr tlie vicsss e\ u-- ,\ Ly tin
maj- r.i" ol tbs I'minn^-.on. Ile trna
Bitti.ij. ?? to tie-1 rv. tie ;,pi c:ir:it,,e ,,f mir?OM Ls
l]ll>t II- eytstHafl St il.*' O-mUBMBtfl su-'nirtte-el to li'ii
m behalf or the rniliond>. In tlie mai it. howes, r
he rel-jes litton til- .oucliis eil*, arrived at 'vs Messrs
I ittle uni Ap?1ii-i>:i K.u c\-( loscnteir I'lt't's. n'
kira an I Lu. e.?.a, -ring ttplsioos ),,- s'ftns io Imvi
tillt lifle rt-i'-cet. Th, ?? I', Of tlr- hi- -s. y ? is pink:
hiv cotitri iii'al in lin- .ne s-nt,nee in r-rniefa bede
(lara's tli .t Hie n- ept-s t rim ,.f t|,.- nili-end !>*??" er
i vs Bj the Covernni, nt is to he dcprt*>Mt<e*d, eaeep!
afte- ol] .C ,-r lawful m.aiis of rea lin-. B MUS
ftvt-'rv Kcttlcir"*nt hore ls*, n c.xhitn-t- I
Sena*) ? l ngrteaauien an* rather ret*jai***Bt re
log the in*-**-iis.'*'. Senator RB nford'a vlewi
been e\|.s..i lor'tofore on tin' rahjeetam
??? t'v Fresid ? * I aa - tid hus raaard h'n
fr. cl.-:. - hifl f'pt|e'.,ii. The d''d OW 1 'av tl ? I '. -a
:' l_e, le- r.-niii-k-.1 UevrleO-r, stn not due anti
atom ten.* am l.-n. c. eRetweeii now r-n-l ttxen man*
- !!.i I.r happen; it was ? \otag wray to look
ah
Wieen tlie romran.1 > n't fl?fr*n'ted ;n :'s T
pf t'ae ll-'-fl. tllCI a't SSIIsr t ' 'TIO Clltll! (jj I tO Cit s',|e-|
Ma ,.-, -? -'o-a. h.,t myrl Mien it ? med idle tc
h'm to ta'k RAW!*, it.
? I mai*! nnint* ?
Ta ii I *| Bara* -t'-i'ittfet.
(in tte ? tait of March Issi ?-> a.-t waa ps?*M intho
Bl, e. nteaent aa' th**** .-omeni-a ee.-r* will) slain',!
? n-rr+'.cte tbs aTsIrs of inch rai'rool* a* lian
MS -e* a a 'rn-e t),e 'a lal ^tate* de), errnienf. . .
ti,a (Yilila a*,, es lure t) "Tl -ina'''- t" BOMB anon Ol*
?.0nnc->n Th ci Th?*e r v'r .1 ' - ?', . il! 'a-t s'ts ' - .
i;-.., .*,.., .,. t, t'js "s ?? I 1-t--?. er-tea'l a., ,,,,,, ,.,..
S'Sfl. b ?' <-al u'a'eil ta secure the narmsat of enc", ladsbtod
>e?"
""?hs rr-n 'if 'ore o' the pre?e- t t-iaeiseopient of the Cn'on P*
risc e re?nanr h*s a- ?.a I boorta* ooo" lt. a!>" tr t.
-o- pty arl'ti th,. ter->.* a,- g. r *? taVme-,t ,.' lt* lodehtedseai
witt, h nar l.e oo.r.al ''T :).e i overs., ea-t Tho -ieB'"Titv o'
ths rom- -.??' ar. -n fsvur -?' an ortaOMrtan of toa tl-***
tor the arn-ent o' tlie (Jovernaie-lit itrtehtedneas ol
lh.se ro-i-piai-'s. nt.oa eartsls eos.'-f. a* Blt
the r- ,--.. ,., o' t'a- ( na>,n,1'*1,en. presentine; I'll
mlnavttr r ??ort r** toe ax taila ""-OtB ninin nr1"citi'e anrt po'lc
lh. let tii-.on e.f tarncesd'nr. for the for'eitnrs .ef |h? rliar
ter* t.1 lt.* cor..aaraten? cn ' th* wln.llng ute o' t-ri. ti affairs.
Pier maw of tuf c>v -i-vtrvT'a un".
IVran t t rea.*ea* In 1*6'* lt wis pTorided that tber" shonlel Im
s ,-,'.' to ehe t'nlon snrt r*an?rsl Pacific ("onip-ni** i,r ri,.
T'nlte ' S'ile* to aid in th- r a eu*f, notion t!.a tae-i'ts of tm
Ooreu.n.ent sstonntetir tn *!.'.ai)o for srerv mlle ren.trtft
rn. os o'tea aaa section of lort, mfr* *l,,.u'<1 tie lin li. tha
th.-e akoal't Blas me rrsa'ed t0 *,l,1 ro - panie, nen thi
po-a. -e' o-i of snl.t Berlina "I f-rtv miles of ln.d. five entre
le i ?-.,?-. e Buhl i-! m.! f ar earl, ?ec!|aen lo built: that the ant ri
e pros -ri-.' li* ., -I -..i- e.a account nf tran* ? rt itlo-i
iBat ?ervere for tbe Oor>-rnnient ?li.eiill bespn'is' t-' th-'re
im'aiir- me nt e.' the baan-!* * IVSaVee* hy Ma* fnl'e** stat'* as.
th. lt l-Se**fl*l troT'-.e.. aa* thal '" ?er-ir? Ilia rep*rrse-et nf th*
bond* ... s'rynce,'. an-l iB'-re*! ths lam* and ObBvoi* ti?ae<l
ea-Tirastvas o'?al ' tionl*. sh-md con?t!tnt. s firs' mertrac*
oae e. e wlio - lin. o' t air roaet*. ind on tlt-ir r..!;iiie sioik,
Citur. b sue* pro earir ..f ererr li ml and il. setip'lon.
IMWVS Al-SAVIA'i - 'VU lt AN AMFNDMKVT.
I w-, veari aft*- the pa**a*e. of tain law lt wa* simple
Itimir.! ana! anieiule". In varWo* iTniaorant pnrtica! irt In
favor al t ese con-mnin-*. br tn act. wiri eli nrorl '.ed unierii
ctaier tli.nrs. that thc Imui.1. at trie rate already lpn ified
a le. et . er-d ne, aa :lie eonptstlon of lertl in* of twee
? i in linet', ltra'e.ael of 'ont and thal lb* land* to bacon
aere ? -,, -a ?? . . pa. e. <-n Hie , omplation of tooti SOI tum o'
aai-i roads shei,li4 i? !.?: ?e tin i? ;.rr nil e ln*t?a i of Are
? ? a, ire. to 1 lie -'..mt... li i.? ot ll,!* amati store
earl 're appiraat nn ' In 'li--*r 'a* ? w- mar w. ll wo-cter
I at ren th. antic, eated pilli I Ml IstliOllBBl ? of Hts ttllisll ll
t . . alf tue.i-r Bel* .ul,ice 1 what Beast now appear to BC l
rs'her re. aile*, in 1 niurnarded appiaaieriattoti of trio puUln
fu. ei* and tin- ...ulalie domain.
TIIK (,n-Al CBUXialTOB ariTHOUT tDKt-JOATB SK
< TRI I Y.
II .* raltnoet B-etli-** la slat, thal the companies hare
ir.,! ad tri-tni !r-? to the n'mmi extent o' the psniilssmi
g-Tet, fien, to l?sue tlieir tninl. an I t-- iiiortA-asa t til
rat.'P r". l-i SScare tlie pirnieat Bl las ss-nej hr st!
* li .ring pr. fer.-iire of th-- (iorsri
? * rn ' i ? r ? , io lt In ann.ont
TBa ale tr ri- Of i-.e-: i- * I - OB lh( liiltoft)|S.!1
rector! ie- t -ss Bast BBB! ia ani tm-ir fie-'om free, asa
ohllsitton te. are . . --?'s fixn t.'n-ir owe tn tin
rein lt! ? ??? ee thwoo rosg* aso*a ta liarealerei.i|eed Dis nam
r ? . isaiaaqosi of its ,?!.i . anon onrared a* follows lc
the ? .or i\ teuort o*i)i- <<iiema.ee ors
? i? Ital Una*'- tr!,,, h ire routrolled and el rectet
1 , lastraeiloi yi,,i ?-r k-pa*antol t'i"?e .enpiBies dari
I.,.,. ,?? t-"*-e--ei o' tt lr larplaii aiaials Utr-.asti i?*us* *
bands, siaela au* p* - I ?8s roted br tba*-n*elr?*
?!?' tlie r.-si i-r--.1iiier the t'n t- ?* ^tsie*. Ands lts?lf sat
santa:,, nih u: a.1ei|uste security foi tin - ropas nioat ot ita
lean-- '
T!IF THKiRY or RATIONAL ?tn.
Th. law-* ea tc te- -\ m hi ' nf t!ie*e ro ide. while ther ll !u -tra la
a latof i.r ll aeralltl a ul a it.-nei ? i- .ii leelei mt the ei.irern
u? ' - ,i no-,!- arl ..-', ll i* boped oipert'-n s ha* cor
wei Bersrt . I nisiti t e th orr His! tin
r. a ? shoala- e e-iviMf-uct-n ace-rlitiK lae Hie BeaaiStBB nie.
of li is live Isirne*. Bul 'u"r ile! thal trielr value sud their
t.e li il* ts *'?? -i ' not lie inipalreil hy uufa.i
ni a ii i pu la:
Kl IA 1ST |..\ RX ?iiMM!'\H'-"n.
1 ale. Ta- ta, call Itv Ntieell H! le. tee tllS fACt tlia'e If tl! thtt
wss to be itoao aa I ? rawest t-a tally re*i
, alas tho -,-r.nu and a.i*,nifa*e? contetiipu;.^
bv ? - . r .e-ie-.al ii, tlisrr 1n'rr,-st lias no:
yet been p-rt.-a ted .tel ll the tailors o' st. li cnnit.atiie. Ie
per aer 1 . lie K.eee I fa ell theo |.S'I I-f th* re.Stt-aat - "
a oar sa*, tho po wet ? with Ibe t ? bits ? ?? *
hrtl er I- rfOt DBI] >e aan tho pin e - anent.
i ee al. sails aro aol rat kt total t?. th-?e oat ?
sn'1 ll IbrnT ve . I ii. . ? , v .r- ?mn ,i? ll
jo'iiee aad BKirali ts to loch landa, (.'oa.
i * ona!* non ehaol.t laterrsns io provan tarth*r c .u
. Bis mv no wei Bast ? oxercisat l <- I
to ex stiriB laws anet sxaentir* iti-crotloo is yr. bal.ly uot
lu ui- eno'ifii te. roast anet dlfltoaliloa
i(iVi,KI."-:nVil 1*1' i:\'ivi|i,s' NF1 MU.
Th- c.tiif.irnia ail o-es-eti Ita Ireia.l i* nowapiri of th*
Cctrai I'a.iiic avirem au! ii a ia ul araal read, lt* eaa.
? tr'it :i ?[! ta* 'aeerre ,tr?ri ou Wit!, tn* *in. feititres anal in.
i a i. li iv chara, terrie ! tliaoihe- coniiri. I o - ot
tl.;. -I'M IB. I lil'- . ,',;,ro-A. IB* I-r,,eeII a.
r M ? . IW ? CO 00 Blt ll
- at,,| rp.,.. , , the corapsuy or Uie Central
l'a. ,!,, . o I. pani Bill be en I lt lol tu nat ctr., ia.r a 1 'i _*e .pi vi.
t;tr of p . - ? . *nd to th* stt.
l an - ?? I ? lltaiin eet .ti r- IB o' sr tlial lt may
de-let ia.:'- ar'ieih.r or owl II shoal ' irle-rvi-ne lei s.ivo Ililli
leoarse Isjasiitls
III H ITvti POP A fl Kn Ll vu vr
It --inrt" t'e-ne fiat tr.- trou'i'tr-. ii- eonspltestlooi tar
raaadlaa ttl* oatire aatjasat, arin ii h.ai been traaa**lit*d to
o? si a l"it ecv Ir em fir ,,er lan BhoCUd bo a-tlii-te-il aa.! i-t
tire!. N, a.a.e I tlllBk, eXP*CtS lll?t ttl. I"
Baaloo Wt -e iiu. lee |. er their ainu -us BlaOtO loo** to Ih*
t.e,., rum .-.ia x at iib Blatant*.
a* .sm n* thtt wool I retail aaa-, or
S. ai,r ut lier rmi", lu puiUai eli. wi, tuuse rorul* <-r .n-i |> ul t ii
et I'.- no ii, ur '.a.sk.? an <?! f... I ml ol t ar iiiiv. rti'tiBii'. is, in
?ir ..pl,.ian. r ? tar .a. vi a- ,un as rlvru 1* tao
sta-t cl.Aii.e lui ladeBaiaiaaaUoa tr..,, ig|, a ir o[ M m'lua
ii'.sv sum i ii b im .f.,ni ab tif
I sup;-i-e aro ara a- Hi a i vd lu ladalftM the lrrita
Hon nu t imltTBi' n va ul* ir-ai-m fruin a cnntetuplai ion
otno Saxa**)tesaot aaexi.a -**|?laod to the useies* is
au . evioa of Uaooo roada or tb. its advaatoets oiA-t- w
tn Qureraatoal I bellera thal oat -1 -r * saoa I ta I a
Bl r? lira, lies i - ; ., ,m ?. . il I loo t witli n.i e-.aii au .. ??.
.? treen 'tainui lo Hie eollaetloB 'ir Hie Dorei iirns.it on lie
bali o: tue I-*?",I- o: tin- pa bile mu'ier io.vt iu Jespar,lr.
ll -all. ltira Bl' FIS'.I. A X'I a I llri'l' I V .
XVli.le th" p an preieate ! i-r a tivrae ,ty o' lita CowstIsstOB
SPI'Sars tu be Weil ."V:s? I tori xiv s at looBi p?'t.ai proSnlse
St ttl.- r.aturt* sou.-'it. ih* fact *.ll not **aa-.e af -u' ee . tn it
iiaiii... d*p*a'ls iee.n I'Mi-i-i, . ? -iitiiiiin-.es aad
ri - ? 'la',- . lt :*
? J- ? Sri'Iltf-T 111 .e.rt e tt ?t -'," ? ?? 111 I'la* ?leOU ?!
I . h . ? i ?.-??; tb* nos
iiie ty that tue rome lr pruposol lu the ? art in in bl
? . I r lo a part a,uly ? ta Irua,! coin.
I
I'K.aMI'T AV'!, Il !.!!.: tl 'I S lltailll.
Th.- *eti!e cut an I deter lunation ..f the |ue.*tieas lavejv* I
p.rly Wll !hs pro-, iin-r I.?;:..?' aeli_-re?-a .
jeal hat !"(??? made i|iiltea faiiiiliif ..ic Mian Si dis.
(ui?.oa, ! lal* BOW aapalSoxOBlOfl ina ra'uai.la manner I.r
tit. I -?:?.,, i ? -e., . : ,n ta. repurts herewith sabwittad Iii*
pula. ? .nine-! uroes pro?pl sad afllcirot atrtiuu
WHAT THE U'l.s'il-.i:i;i;i,(.K * _S?MAi SHOW.
Wt?k?kegts-aa, Jun 17. na niall ftVinator llata
offered ii l* sol ut ion tn-diiy svliicli it* likely to un?
cover ii ?.'?aiidiil of no iii, nil pre,|n>rt ions in tl,
lr. -i State--. Distriel Attonvey'a Oatioe In New
*i lt calls on Iii- Alt',in- -s ?(.cu.-ral aa to t na?
la, l - at'ciiiliiiK thc i-uiplaay n.-nt oi i barloo i;.
Westbrook H- assislant lllstiii t-.Vttonie-s lor tin
E ru liisint ,A New-York, with copies ot .vi?
ra si ond?n< ?
ii..- pitmiae natori ,at t_eteoanda] eannot I
crt .ai neel loiiivi,t. though ii is u-ii.-v.-d io refer
i- ? ? eppointmi ut us in ila clutrai te .
ts that of Lrinkelapiel i.\ Colleactor Magone. Upon
thc objection of Senator Butler, Mr. Hale's reoo
lutivii vwiit over m.til to int.ri'vvv.
? -? ?
nu.. OOTJLD ROT i;i:sisi Tin; FBESSI ul.
VN *-.iits-,itis. Jun i", tmteiwIi.?Mt, lann.ir ssill
prot>ui,li- take Ins val on the Beach of the Sn
gt*a*J?I l_'ourt ss it h.ii a el.iv or tsso. Mic excite
Winch alt,mi. ,i ij. nuitesl ol.-r lils
eoiitirni:.t:,,n ,? tam dying out, le-4Wegfa
ltJ'|ai.l.l:.:iiii Se tialors me Hill in R**cipt
ol .-ii-;- from coaotitoeota, IrreopecUve of party,
Which cl.. tn,- t..,1JlH.r ,,| u?. people
Binni the - ibject I" tnoer.iiie taenatom, now that
_ic;r cuudidate i> s.,i,. declare thal thet should
efiever Imvc prearat^ ;. s-,i,ei (ront oa h.-huli of
Mr laomai ii timi gentletnani -Soutliern re-.-..i-.l
haii Lot I*.-.ii inailc a i.uts itsuc bj Itcpub
In other worils. they sn now attcmpt-ii^ i,, nake
lt apprar that if Mr. 1- iudged upon
ord ii-- a lawyer, his qualifications for a sent
on the beach, his j* rs. mn I babita, eic, ana apon
l s, . than- ss,.nhl have l."-n louinl in
tln-ir own r.iiiUs man* who a-ould Imve wt.ti i,,
a ? bim it is iIiHichIi to taaarine a mor.
bli-jtam -ii.-ec ?f ciirotit<*r\. Everylmdy Icnowa
?? tlllltta-r lllaoll Vslllll |,Ollits thc ll|l|Mis|1l,lI,
hii. i ,.,i.,. ..inti al. Democratic Senatom ss or: hi have
? i.iia|s..i into I.i:,' by th* eoart] hirfi .and th
rrcviura- I r..ui.ht to hear upon them by thc Whit.
lons.. l'epui.heans r-it-re t that lt was iui|i(.v*ililc
tay have tile discussion tak'" place: IU o|s-n sassie.n
I it hail lb niiicratie Siniitom Could lianlly
mw xe a_4jix|.-,| taj ri-main silent under the serorcb
lot-'artal-eri'ijent ol tlie whole Southern Democracy
JjvJ^'?*? hnnumds. Sherman twin Hawley. Bflhiad
mtomtetl doors they cousidereil the_u>elvea safe,
?'
ami took refuge, ns a distinguished Democrat did
before them, behind an insolent and defiant ? What
?tn- you Koinj* t*j do about lt t*
Uie Democratic Senutur ih rei>itrta*d as aeciisiii*
th" l.'cpiihli.-iiii sal. of thc clianibi r of iii.-nii
si>ateney and iaabiiity to draw a distinction it*
I tween '" tsv.-etlleelurn und tsveeillcilce** Watta tins
' sniod ununimouslv to conflrin .Judge Jaaaaoa al
Taetinemee, who. liUe Lanius-, wns a rchel. This
!*B-uutnr seems t<> forgot cn! ir-Iv that Judge Jooh
bon. lon** before he too'.; a I ut ttl flu bench, ssas
eiuisiilerfd on,- of th" al'l'-st lin's i'l> in thc Br nate.
While Mr I.'iniar. BMa his nsvi shvsvilii;, never
was iti.lc io make a living nt the har.
THE LOWKT-WHITE EI.KCTION' CASK
LOW RY'a rui'llvll MK! llHas?t\ Altl.K FlllSF.NTA
TloX IR nFHALF OF CATTAI*-! ** MITfl".
WA'iitvr.T"*- .Tnt). IT fSi-cc.'-ri.?The House
renimittec oa Hl'-eti.ins to isy bearii ar timenti
in th" ." nt-s'cil eli eli.m c:'S" of Losvrv asainst
WIi-te. nf Iiulmna. E\-Cor'-T"-smen Calkin* nnd
eyTMBntng ?i'iw-;ir"tl for Mr A\*liit<-. th' 1{ puLli- an
sittinc- n:cm!aer nnd ta_*C*n*SETeasaESii Bonton and
-*\ Senat>or .McDonald foi I/,wrv. th- cnricstant
This is a case jn whicL 1/ sstv who Btyrrs li mse-.f
tb" colite--t.-'flt wns da-fc;,:..,] lev *.."'"'? vnte-- in a
i|s--,t v. li .-li iisiia!l\ _-i-e.s nljent 8,000 Dcni.a
r.i.-i <T-it\ ly-.svrv. oho wat ;i iii-nih-r ..f
the l:i-t ('.ni-r-s-i. prvu-d a r n .m nation
through the Inflnenee of fi-dt ra] ?trfn'eeh piers.
Can-tain White, ol rouroo, rci*elved amnv I)'*pio
Cmtie soles There ia BO If-teuee of llllfn irtla'ss
or fraud in th- election, and theref r l.-w-,.- baa
no sh.i'i ss- ..f claim !? t'e sci:, even thould Wi. t -
be uiise.rie-il. Yat ih:it rcisvii Major Calkins op.
Te-r.-'l ii m, ti. t, t., la iii I the , aa ? be dist
because it ssas in. moetent for I." -rv te. a-asaine
the sa'us of ? r ntestanl saith!" th* meanini of
th- statute. The v hoi - eit-c tums anon the
eli -ibilitv of Captain White. Fr'tn th.
m"in (if hims If nnd two nth*,T sv.i:i-*--?-s it a >
-pear* that lc- wns iinttrri'i ?? .I te i - IB, having
tal ? n oat blt ti's* inners In 1858 ll served in tho
V; i'ii Aiius daring tire War. Mi- eerl neate of
?'I'litie.n 1,-ts hewn 1 -st ,,r deatrt yed nnd the
record of the eoart in whieh he was naturalised
de, s ii,I* sh vv the fii"t which titer fop- must he
proven bv parole testimony.
< nero! Hunl n'a ar nt in I of 1
was t need to a e.,ns:e| amble .-xt flit with th sp:rir
of L'-svrv's oss-n hri-'f* in the raoe, which contain
m.ii?'? tl it nv st p.ss-"-.-rs won] I leear*. nod any
iu'1-.'c exelnile as '? matt, r esean>rlaloua itnd im
. ;i.n nt." Genera] ll int on dwell on the t rti
monv of tx certain svi:n"ss whl h Bhoxved that
when C'.nfmnteel in the beni if the political earn- -
pa7i.ii two e.r three davs before th-- ele tion a th
the chnrsre that he was not a naturalized c ti7.**n,
Mr. While content-ed hims if "itt- denting the
eliarire with' ut coins int a details t i slew ssh n
nnd where he Lr..aim a citizen. Probably (ieneral
Hunton malle the most < t an extremely weah eas...
Ma -.f (HI' ins ssh,, was formerly chairman of
the lie,usc Committee on EleCiiot-ix, a place in
whieh he e-tined a hierh reputation as n man e.f
fairness and thoi-eo-rhaeoo, <"-.!<" oeorly two bmir*
In behalf of th-- cont, st c. Ile ki-it el<naely t.. the
testimv!,\ and the fBctfl hearing on the qnostion
of White's eligibility. Th ? array of proof us he
present-d ii is overwhelming in Whit**** towt.
Mai..r (vii; ns then (lisa.uss ,1 and confirmed the
law question involved, winch is whether e.r not
pn roi i' evidence is sufficient to establish the fact
thnt a iudirment of a court of record wrns pro
nonneety*, although to, writta-n record <>f it exists
Aft.-r he had concluded, and the Committee tiad
ndj. liTi.'d. s.-vorai of the Democratic m-rml-fm
expressed their adm ation of tte clearness with
Which UM ca-e had la ill IT'-sririlled bj him.
Th" ar.'unicnt will h<- eontinned to-m--rro*v hr
General Manning in behalf of the contestee nn.l
ex-Senator McDonald in behalf of ile contestant. ,
FREE-TRADERS CR1TICI8K THK "PREMIER." ,
WAI.KK'LS BSOKBfOB TnF FLAY ? A DF.FLNCF. OF j
CHAIBBMt mu i B
Washington, Jan. i 7-'I he Waya and Meant
Committee met this morning?and ad onrned. It
: is not much to say that symptoms of kmpatienoe
and ills otitaiit ur*' apparent among tba m..re
ardent frec-t-od-ar*-1in the House anal, attsa
it may .--m. theoe e-n-mptomi ar.- due t<, thi fact
that no bill to reduce the revenues, or at l.-.ist
to cut down the tariff, baa yet .been bron-Jit for?
ward hy "Premier" Milla irvin bia -faominittee.
Mills is es.-n accused of apathy. Tbe iBaloon
t.-nts. quote thc WaOrda of the m**M0ge?"that liold
ni;.I c..nra :.'..,is'" document--wbefa called thc Coti
grem to arma nnd ortered an Immed ate attach on
the protective system. It -.eemed then thal tho
Wayo and Means Coanmittee must ixe announced
before the eadjatmrnmenl of the *>??' .uni daj 'a ismioo,
nnd that fl larilT bill must lae brought in and
lailsse-el the IleAt (|i(V It Uies VV. ? I i 11 ll- ll rsl v, ? I tll.lt
\I: 11., had brought ouch fl hill from thc shadi*a of
Corsicnna. Notonlyw r tl free-trader, -jubilant,
i but the Ii'.-puhliciin.s were mid to be trembling in
I their '
Major McKinley now admit* that he remained
in VVashinirton during the holiday rec rs to watch
Mills and his eondjutoris, .ind se.- that they did nol
sin. th.- taritT Lill llirnri.h " iinheknownst*" to any?
body, ot emirs., the AdminiKtration was j-rieved
ni.d its adherents in the 11.? it~e- were disappointed
I..-, fis, of tbe fnilur*' to appoint Ihe Ways and
M. ans Committee before ti," holiday r.wa, but
they wert consoled lr some detrree by the knowl
' I '.elsi- ali.," ,|], I I 'ie- " Slilt'-S
, ! j- qc B ii'' wen " al work." and the
i announcement that a full bla-rwn fri-e-trade .rose in
, the shape of .i tariff I il would h.- brought into the
j Hons" to captivate thal body ns noon n- rongresfl
assembled, nnd the Waya and Mcaiu Qo_unittec
, svas organized.
The programme waa carried onl to tie
to 'lo- pe.mt svh"r>- th. committee waa organised,
and there it broke down. Iii" Ural -wet
.Tn:, u.i rv passed i n t < > hist,,rv unmarked by i
bill: the second week wen! bj with no situ of
act lon?anal 'hen the fr-'---1 iri'l.-i-- h'-.-m to c..ni?
lli.titi. "Mills is Incompetent.'' mid some who
were mool discontented. "Mills d can't teeni tae
know wi,.' to do with it now he has ii." said
These r-i-i citrons atc hardly luat. One
of the s-eauni'.-r memhen of 1 he I lons.- to..k np the
for Mills .today and sp ,ke in l
?? i let-, .-ire |m-i-s..iis in the world who hove Bli
. t*. i nv,.!,,'. tj feat- larva.I views Tliej do not
know a ejrreni ttatetman when they see him, *-s
paaa-inllv when tbej s,.,. l'.iii in the making. In?
capable of takii..- in bia Lil! proportions they
tin.I fault with details ni"! completely misnnder
. strm I them. The criticisms of .trills nnd his c<trm
| mittee af- of this character. Cavill rs -,y that
'in view e.f the Ingulfing sun.ins. whiel
? ??? -.1 even the stolid e* sheri ff of Buffalo, the
Committee on Ways nnd Meant only meets nnd
lol'-.urns. m.-.-ts mr.! ndioum* But Mills
must have prticiie,-. In ml v , nun _' tire
House h.- has learned to appreciate
the difficulty of that simple tactic and, with a
? ? :n of the true -aatesmnnlike spirit, he
el tn wa.rh' tv ham how to do it. II
-frrt so now thnt he can adlot rn n committee with
iii-atii"ss. i;v:i<-- and dispatch. 1' in ii
feasv weeks he w ill he ai,l ? to adfourn :i Demo
f-rn'i.- Il'a'i-' th'ne of the teemlr d ? .
which ott.-ii,is th. breakup <>f a fnnerel
**1 il'*- tx chance. If nol nnfmely pricked ha' ssill
cross- intel a shape res. mv'-'
penranc bi assumes on th-- broad pampas ol Texa.s "
??
MORE DEMCK7RATIC iTTLJBrSTEBEVG
ANollli i: I'sv WSSTKD BY TH' HoUsC?TBI N'a
TIOXAL ll WK HILL IV LPiIt-i.
Washiv(,.,,n-. jan. i 7 . s,??,?? _Ti?. Democratic
Iles, hat wasted anotln r dav in ' I
KUillllst t he H'',.''t ion "I ' I '? ' ??? '
Coii.njitt.-e-. That si,linds -paradoxical, and it is,
bul to tuo. it should lae- iain-L-i. d. is iii.ii same
I'.-nmeraiic. majority. When 'ii.,,,..,.,. >,
of ih.- Banking and Currency Committ? t, ? - lu \
call.(I up the lull lo auth.en/, tl,,- )<aaue ,,i cir
ciil.itni" Dotea to National Bunkini .\ss,? ,
in a tn,-ii ii ts .?. | mi | to th.- pur value ol I U, t. : *
- .leposit.il by tli-m. li- asked I-ave- to
draw th- motion for thc previous queation which
svas pending. Mr.Wilitina cxphiined thal he d<
sired to do thia in order to >-ulow the fullest n|a
portunity tor debate .-niel nineudment. Th re
H' ' -i ' nuUl not i? egranted withoul unanii
consent, and (ieneral \\. n \ < r. ex-Greenback can
ditlaic for the .Presidency, and now a tull ti
I', m...-rat. promptly objected. General \\ ?
then u,,-l< eoiiitnaiul ..f til. Llii.iiste rs. ssl,., con?
sisted ol nine tx nine eDvmocrnts and Mr, -inderson,
ol Kntisiis aiiJ led thain successful ij till the bom
of ado.liniment Ile was m,ii.-i riii\ aided by Mr
-Springer, of Illinois, who is saul to karep a copy
of th,- House manual under bia pillow and
toa paiiiamentary inquiry" or a "point ol oi
frequently in Ins Bleep
- I'r iiii- i" Mills looked into the chamber aevera]
tunes during the j.'-rt ..t iu.i u..-. bul aa a notion t,,
ad|iiiiiTi was penuinc >saeb tune be quid l\ and
quit tlv v Ithdrew. aVilkins, the l.-a.|.-r di
ol thc Ii'm.aeraiie- majority, tpenl most ,,f ti,,.
afternoon on Ins f-.-t wnh ins arms folded in an
attitude like thal of Napoleon aa ihe Island <.f
St. Helena, while Weaver, thc lender de ia. to.
sldppped about the eba ibei al .i lively rate,
keeping his guerilla foivxfl ap to tlc ir ss.erU.
yVft.-r ih-- contest had oraged several boam, nnd
S. B. < l,\'s lleee^l rie_'llt lirtll llilel I..c.,11,. illnivst
useless from nu essa nt | ai. <i n<l in ^ with thc gavel,
Mr And, :-s,,u ,;,i|,,l a parley. Ail he svitiit.-.J. bc
?said, wa., an opportunity to diacum the bill itn.i
offer imomini.-ms. Thal svas wini! Wilkins I;.. I
proposed liefore the fray began ood h.- said m
Hui tBte liuerilhi chi< fiain would BOt reh'llt ll"
waa wiluna that then s|??,].| be what be etyled
a scas0., of debateo," bul he dc*ind it to bc dia
tm.-tly linders,,??, th;i, ,?. h,mIll(, (1S).
iieaiir, in hts pmerm u, <!./,..,, thc bill In othei
ss.ird.s it ssas to be "all talk and BO eider." to
fur as h.- and his |u !??, rs u,r,. eonc-nicl. 1 be
bill IB BOW unlin,sho.1 Liisincs,,- ?n.| its frn-nds
proclaim their itita-i.ti..i, to aims its oonsrderation
until a vote is p-a,i?.d. h they do m Um bill
will pnas thc llou-Ac by thirty to forty majority
-Itt lfJ-Sla.
SHIPPERS AXD BTATESJiES.
DEVKLoPlNI THK iHllTlNJ Di PB E .id
fkactral sr rmi rs nv -j* kai ni al "kx- ruo*
FKC's ow -rr I hoi l'l. . t . il si st ia) *?.
|bx Tk.i_ua_ru i.? thk Titi: i a.1
WASBEEBtsm, Jan. 17. tSsm Ih-hw is tar* frnui titi
I ni teal Mutes steamer l?.,l*. hpitizr-l .iii 1 *e.i*h.-r
lit-iiti ii. tn tie resuiatlnti iiu-.oitii of ?i..lcia ni thc Bary
wire the appropriate u.li.-r* st ttic National rtlirpptuf
Cotivctitl-ati to iluy. In Hm omi Olag Ol laial five minute
speeches were dells i-re-l br a nnm'.iet of drloarnfe*.
Captain Hannie! Watt*, of lauron, sill! that Jttlp* coull
be built In this country with alvatitave. taut owner!
coull not rotnpHt" with siil.-ei.li/.e.l fur. i-.'u lue ? lt,
laellfra I tliat the only way A'i:rne:in *inpp'nu' coull Ix
lose ted wris thraiu'li slit from C..!ir,re*e. It- Keilli-*
pre.' 1-nt of tm Kath. Mc . It-a ir., of Tra le. sahl that Bl
l.elier.-t th? people of th.' eountrr wera in fus-air nt the
re-e,t;iiiiia|iiusnt of the ujerciiatit'iiafliic. Ile spai-te o
the competition nf tin* (mat tr.ui?e.on'inentAl ri'ir-n!
lin.-s vrith the 1'ijeiiie tnvle. He mt* thxt the tonn iw
paid lay slilpiaers to tiie (iureratnent ilio-irnr the Ins
twenty year* anmtinte1 to *lxty million* of ,1o'1hti. an.l
noiv, he mid, tuey want--1 the (lt t* ru ti en' t-v do som*
timi* for th-m. Ile r--f--red to the (ll?erlminstior
ajratiist Amener; n .liipjiei ty Knc!i?h nndei writers am
ellurartorttaI ir as shameful mil flaltod attentl'tn to th'
fact thut the tiuiniier of fOTClgB niereliatif* .luitil? hus!
a New York City wa* largely nu the increase. Thi
sp.-sk.-r express* 1 trie opini-an thif if ('oiiu~?s* .li 1 not
come to the mllot of trie mer, h.mt niuriiie- uni nuv nut I
portion of tin: people** ni"ney ?BlflB WM l.oirucal in thi
Treasury, the .-ur*- w ::.-,, fell upon sol.uu and
lin'i, irrah wv il l en ne apofl tie nation.
THK Ml.LOt ANT MAKINS MUM lil. !'? M 11 Kl SD,
l.x (iovertior IVruain. of Manic, spoke of the ltn|s-rt
Slice to tin- (aeiverinne'it in titue of pe o-- and especially
tu tlnm of wiir, of ni -.Int ilnim- anl n**l*tiiiiT. om
iic-ri- iint'ie :i. CBoeUlU (SraOB, of "?! .rna. * tx> 1 that In his
opinion UM pa** i.'o af the Kr,-.- >BMg MD witiilel kill tin.
-'.rpiiuii-liii - ln.lii-iry. Ill BoaTflll. BlBO of Maine, sahl
Unit there were twe.itv live In lu.'ria-* directly employee]
un i m.ni)- inor.- ni llreetly In ahl-p lalUlag. aa L mid th
speaker, --sst.en wo ask for a bounty or ia siiiall sul-dily
tli<? cry ls: 'Toa are tiixiuir Ota pom min t>- help ttl*
rtcli.'" The sacker sahl that railroad- had axttBtaa>
*i ti/.-.i alni aaooangc l until few ,,r r b*o nan pnyins
any dlvialeu.ls and yet not one dollar lo alvcn aa Thi
8e**eoBor neiie-e,i ia Amati ea ship*. American seumen
ai.el America 1 iimr. wllh?m II. Welili, of New-Y'ork. tuc
veteran shipl.iul.ler. sat.!: "We flattst have a navv. an.l
If we don't some itu;, we wlli l.e lOfOfl 1 te. have one and
prvliriiily Iv. sun,,* fourth roto fOWer. Hut we are Le
Ciniiiiiy,' wriitic; to h.ive a unvy wc mutt tlrst have a
iiii-rc.'iunt inariiu'. nn I if lt were not fair our ni'T.iiant
ships when the Ke'iellion broke out, our country would
lie aerereel to-,ltiv. shipbuilders, a* well a* sui lor* aro
se lo. ile.I on in-re laatntOB, Wc must gu tia Congress and
da munal fair treatnienL"
As new d.-le-.-.u. - ki pl arri Vt lg the convention swelled
until pennie wt re cr.isr.te.l to the .lours at th* nicotine
to nn-'iit. Thal il wa. a sii'.-i.iutl.il itatli'-riuK was liest
Maa*seflod lay cx-Coiu-r--.small C.tikim. WlM Lils Leen
laiiorliii* In the BMVOOteBt for twenty ycArs and who ii
one of the -30100*01*4! from lao New York ciiauii.er of
?Pomme roo, " Tins ia the tuo*t notable yat hartog of lt*
kriii.l In twenty year*," saul Bat, * It JttOltBfl am flOOtfOOl
tlie futile orton.* WO used te make to amine oatknolstm
on till* goootloo. Time and OeBOia Imvfl 1 eaame here
with John linnell, but never l.efnrc luivc I seen such a
ineetine. We couldn't get ihe ntteiition of any New
Vork ineuilaers: now tli.-y OK earnestly with ns." And
Slr. Calkin* di I aol overestimate tin- dlgalety an 1 size of
thc (weliiiitr ooovontton.
EV?RT -STATE A Ll VI-". TO Tin: tl
."ide by side svuii -tho ohiapttototmfltabataof Ooa*
e.-:e-?* nml senator-,, rea ly ti. leiel rigorous OXpmOfleOa
teeS.irel till' pl.lil* nf tile C- ?!) Veil t inti. Sf'l lt e.r I >' I p I
mc i|'!6*t a fraant *enr anal was heartily app!aii-ls<l fora
l.rief tpoeeh. N'e'.ir him were a group of dls-tutiulshed
('oueTi-s*men?(). IL Potter, of Now York; Goiirral
Un,,ker, of Mn?:*-:pp!: W. C. Wiiittliorne. of Tetiiies-.-e,
aii'l (.ear of Iowa Co_-rreetman in w.len. of Norfolk.
cniue arimsl with crealentials l.r.ir:tiu' t 0 groat Baal St
Vli.-ihl.i nml the ii.iine of (...ve! len I" l/lniirli lae sp
?yointniu' lum B* tte rep! ta of ti.nt -tate to tat
i-olis-en-lon. ('niiL'i-ea.lilian Bourke '"i-'irali leal ? lef'er
no in* Inability t.? be present, bat wlaOlug tlio
pm poaea ft retina i
ll., a Keller.illr the *-t.it.-? w.-r-- eTsprOBOBtOd by tiela
ernie, aros ebon ii lit tito plaa af .Ballina for spot-he.* tay
st.re*. With bardi!" a stasis flxeeiitloa evsrj Butt rn*
sp..tided lo th,- ea:i. WI,en (|iainn..!i Siivvs- rearhe-1
Iowa a? wu* alu.'it to p.ns it. *? We hove oo ooo frssai
los rt." lie reuiaii.eel. " Pardon me, v.ui lia ve." exclaimed
( on*rressn an bear, value a- oo>ee in so able speeeii satis
flcd the eonventlon that Iowa was em u*tui m p-v-vii
an.l lu spirit.
i nv* in al BFFOBXB nv Tin: IXAOVB.
It lias t.a-.-ii dele rmi neel to turn from the iliseussioni
to morrow wit ti a view to makin-- a practical effort
mward the altos (rf the faoogna, Bl 10 o'eleoB tfeo de'o
r.ite* aili aaaofltalfl la tebo .-orruior of tba capitol ami
Will mareil in ii lindy to mee: tlie Mouse C.imiiiittee
on Mei.'liaiit Marine. i:v('oiiL're?*inAi! Potter will act
as ?tMiaesiiiAii ant will Ixv lu-foM* tba oo*ntiltteo tho
liieirt- ul tlie propose i ialll. CTiltlflliL' lin tnt] to Alll.-rii'.lli
*. in order to re-'..re the American tia* to the ara.
of the snipper* will dso be heart, aad the sub
i>t."in il n , tura* .ii tbe delegation cannot bul leave lu- |m
IO em 3'iiis e .miniitoe. wliieu na* l.esen muaghl to
il pervelse to tin -elilj'i lng luta-reit*.
I &BLISLE PAIRL1 .ELECTED.
THK MA li at! HY I'll'".LT I'l'.Ml-' " IHoH)'- ri.AIM?
\o.vi Of ilik riiiii.r." t'Ai'ABi.i' OF PBOor.
\Vas|[i\.it-,n, Jan. 17. Sffi-in! -.? Chairman
Crisp, ni iii- Elections Committoe, sui,mut.d m
thc lluiis.a ti.-dav tlc r.'i-i,rt. ..1 the minority of
that eommittee in the Th ??'?? -Carlisle case. II.
-aaked leave for tin- minoritj to sui.nut its viewa
before two oclock tomorrow and o)xijoun>fjed that
he hn|>.'.1 to .nil np the eas., and have it dtflpos>ed
ol on Fridav at ti. ini.-t. It is expected tiiata
the views of the minority will !?? aub_d>ttcd .be?
fore iivoi! '' -motrow.
The- report of the majority v. ill he- accepted bf
all the Democrat House lt reviews the
alh-urntions and affidavits submitted in behalf of
Tl.e.I..- and the counter affidavits in Mr. Cai
behalf. Tlie majority ol course ta!v-s the irround
ere ls nothing il I
l ? report, ofter t recital of the offer of the
cont..-.h.i s ,-,,,,iisei to prove certain ?
thal as the notice of contest fails to ai-ecify
th-m ea* -groundi ol eonta-st. tin- weU-efltablithed
rule would be :i luffleient negative aimwer t" the
application. To Induce the House to order a
new hearing (af his ease the contestant must show
diligence in tbe use of th" time allowed bin by
the statute*, bul in this .-us., be took .testimony on
vr.lv se-vcii of the liiti days ul!..weal hm. made tm
eil.an to procure evidence, avowed thal le- never
wanted tea enter in the cut-st. tin" in-did not
want to pay oul money In the matter an-l lind
).... ?! faned intel it by the later einba, mid hi?
lo r tact the imnntation thal had lieen cast.
mn ii him thal he and bia counsel had h. ,-n
. ;.t up" in th ? opinion of the omni
thc I oh s of the e.,rt.st.,nt and his coiinfl have
li.-a-n such ii- to iu-e.-liiei'- him fmrn atkins furth r
indulgence ..f the Houoe. Careful Mntideration
of the !,!<i,'s s.itisfv tbe committee berond all
? th -t not one of the surastantial
avern nm ol th ?? te tani could be cstai
b* -vt sfacton proof.
Afier thus disposing "f the application for an
extension, the committee takes np tbe eai
sin.rv ii hv iii i.r'l and Undi thal uv evidence
v us im tvh'ch suppoiris or tends to ^nr?|,..i*t any
one ol ' ve bi.ifications flied by the eow
t,stai,i His vvitn,ss,-, prove nothing tondrng to
impeach the ral neat of the elect on. The tech?
nical i .uni iliat the jri.|v--s of election rn Trimhle
* . ai ii i \, were a!! I' in crate, the e minni
mis.es ss th the statem 'tit thal i' does n ' fallow
thal the Stol law svus violatacd rn that particular
.mai ,-iia.s a cate iii proof. In conclusion the com
i p. n - i dei taring Cariiale ami
ii. i Tho
ll i: I Hi: I \AMi'i.i>"F PRINTING REFORM.
\Vi.i,iv,,u,s, Jan, 17 ' */)--a'.i/i. - In tbe .ours
of the (ichiiiri on tiie miaaaanagemeal ot the (iov
eitun.-irt ePrinting < '."li a yflfll inlay, oas of Mr. Iien
edtci's flpoloaitta tried lei excuse the delay in
furoiet?Mg th'- report Of the Chief of l.li'.lli cr*
hv Mr. !'-? D<trfldiet'a stat, un nt lo b_B
tlsnt the del*,* vv;is due to tin- fad
thal tba Chief of enpnoen had not furnished th."
ciiiw in time, in tegaid totbal Oenerol Dnaoe to?
day Mid lhat thfl cop' wn* sent Killie rnhlie
I'nii ter hi the asnal nine ns lequirod hs law?ibat
1 '?? -av. b'-foia- 1 lu- M dtlle- of Novciilli'T. Ill "liter
trural-e. rh*- a 'liv lin- lie*-ii in the band* of T'lntcr
1 ;.-ii. -dec- f'l more than t wv months. Oav "ne qnar
tera.f n ii-l.n in tn ail. and tbatdoasaoii
anv ol lin- ii.toriiiaiioii i.'inire.! tn thc liv-rand
Hal leal ( (iiiiiiiifti-e in traiiiiiiK the lils er ;iu-i IU'
l.vr hid.
Of the part thtt ha- boen print.-1, on'v a *ew
c.pies have- li-eil 111 11! IsheeJ. AttOtbot eTIUlt'l' Of
tlie "reform" which p-rv.ules the <ieiTen"''""t
iri'itnie/ Mtobliabmenl is the [sportof tboWoei
I'omt B'-'inl *.f Visitears. Tha- ra-p n this fear Boa?
ra ii- -a-veral lim-'ta'neus. \l_e renori vrus pri'i'ed.
Hitched-tnd l.r.oi). ..pi.-s ,,f || rreretenl tv-he War
Dc aittuent, from whieh the illustntkma were
iitnitteil. If skeins tliavt tue lonou.in ol tlie" liiiulerv
li id mn been aitvi*t?.| that .hiv illustrations *roffl r"
L-* iniertod. I m.- .(.ines xe,--,- s.-ut bat k to Um-Oot
iraroent Printer, aatj ethe platai ware inaerted. I'1
it i-a.|n .af tin- document .shown ts a Tbibi bi bo ri'
laondaol f"iir or live of tue illu*ti itioii* ncr- mis?
placed. < ?n. ot thi'iii was some ^')0 pages iliiuiit
from the proper place.
AMOTHBB ItKBTJU. TO lift 1M:f..sII?i:nr.
V\'*SHiN(.ro*v, Jan. 17 XSperinh. ?Another protest
saanitt the Pre-ident'a tanti tn.itiirr-ato carnes from
ihe American l'otteri' Convention, which opened
ts twelftn annual se*wiou he rr to-dav. In hts
iperiinir aehlress I'residcnt Ivnovvl. * s.iid :
Tbe lr*ai-ieut ot tta Laitod *U'w, oierctiluj* bl*
>*aBVat***aja*BBXBB*l
?"
hlvti orero a-lre ?-i,.-?...** tris r >w rrs'si !sl* To till*
xrn ott! c:. vVrixt b'* rJiimsn'r a .own as raw motor!?.
:? * i la 00*1***0 >n ir- n- tam iiranacatlos borneo In
- -*i b .?? for ? ir taoou'o-ififler. Tba Isbar thoa furnlahad
lae tl *uj to t Pi,: >ira'rtr:lsQ approxliu.'ils tu th* >llf
,?.-.. ie- '- a .? warfe A ul fo-BliB <*oaOt*T<M Bud tb*** of
lilla ea iu If,
li.- inrtivir mired that tho coiveutluu'a ex
e-Mi ive eotiuuttee n lopt tnenni to repel
an aaa*, iii on the pottery Indnsfrv
wbteji win uDdoubtedlv criople it. If let alone,
ho i) lieved .Vtuenc 1:1 potters co i'd eontttiiK* to
Om Lo th-* Le<t grades iu the world of the olasts
;nj' nfaotnrad and at tb* 'owei-p-rcsi in tb* world
con Idsrng tiro IiI-tu ,-oe'ii' uibn'. Tbeonvoi
?te>:i svt'l moot ao-sin to-m nrrow. lt ts Uraelv o'
tetnled br the ropriiseutaiive pottety interests of
tho c-juoti'V.
WLLIBV8TBRB IX Till: HOUSE.
Rr.l'!*K*r"N*|-AUV?> l'(iWKRM->8 FOKATIME
BKNATOttS DISC'S* TIIK Ot AIR li.lHCAT10.JAL HILL
?SOSt-r- StlAltP CllllRrTTIO**-*.
Wi*in>oT.ix. Jun IT.- llilLs were lutroduced In the
?Senst-a to-itxv ss fi.lb,
l'.v Mr. tnLgOfJ. of Iowa, providing that any per
?'en who |n uood fa??'? "I- . upon snd Improves p-ib
llc lands beliesin* the till-* ta lie In tlc lulled |
shall he entitled to plead thal HM'* In support of h's
claim the sam" at If the Daltfld .-states were actually
ihe party to the stilt.
Bf Mr. DAxfam, th-* till r-po-ted fr.im the Tom
millee on Indian ?".fa: - gortag thfl last CflflayflOOBl tfl
teen rf. the ( heroVeo freedmen and free colored perron*
?shu ss er-- ii thfl I'derol,-- r,, intry at the l.ef-lnnln-* of
Hie Rebellion ilSeir propo two of Hie pmc-ed". of isi.d-i
...ld anger -i-?? ? 1 of Mine], :i, i--:i.
Hy Mr. faOLTfl to >smend the Indian land In icver
?ttr act m ''nit 'ts j,i-ov l-l,,t-s -hall neel apply to any
trlf* until tba Baoflfl of two-thinU of the
nra'inla'rs of thfl MM over twenty one years of a_'>- h;i
flr*t b**en obtained.
By Mr. OlANIaLnt. e-flowtng pav of Keir A.lmiril
to I'a.inni'.d'are- aflttag a- Iri'iir-Adinlrais.
Communications were rc.--l-.ea! fi om thfl FoStl
and CoHeetor ot aCoatoma m Stm-Ymb as to the re. -..u
for the il.-t-ntlon In Nev, -Vork of Looks and Other
parcel* meei trod tr** amil fr.int Bnrilgn eon al rim They
?:' ilia! Ina lintier-'-- _i -y il'dav o'curs.
Mr. >y_ALBoffered t mtolotlon, caiiim? on the At*
torney-(;ener-:i! for Information AB to tba eiiiiiloyment
of Charl--- I.', ss est),roo!- aa As-lstant District Attorney
for the goatbora Dastrlel ol How-York Laid over.
-Bm maunory of resolution.)
Mr PLATT' Offered ii re-svlutlon In-itruelinc th'- T'o-i
(,:!i, e ' ommlttflfl to Inquire whether any mall matter
oddrflflfled to Bonotora bm basti dotaioed In the Nra--ii
Inpton Post ..nice and vv heil er inch (.??tenttnn hm been
ejStgal or IllflgaL Th*' resolution was agreed to.
Hm!-.* Lill ? relatlni* to permissible print Inp, or
writing on second, third and fourth clio mail matter"
ways passed.
Mr g It,-<>N', of Iowa, uffeieal a resolution calllnir on
thfl secretary of the Treasury for a report as to tho
amount of reveille collected from each hind of Uqoor
each year Blaflfl ;he passage of the Internal revenue
law. and from the- -[eeciiil tax on d..stiller* and blowers.
Adopted.
Th" presiding officer laid before the senate a BsOtStge
fn.m thfl I'-es i de ut willi reports of Iho Paola*, Kail
-rs. After the reading of the -SM
Mr. ll"Alt nieiveel that lt, Wita thfl accompanying
reports, ba committed to a select committee of ftvo
-? i irs, to ba appointed tey tho ( hair. Agreed to.
-? queutlf Mr. OORMAN maand to reconsider tho
I and the motion lo reconsider was laid over.
II ;s leavm ide ?whola matter pending. (Boo lummory
of me- sacrei
Tie- Bl* Educational bill wa-r then taken np snd
Mr. BOB I ' ipport of thfl bill, whlci via*
tcampo-artlr laid -side ia. enable Mr. F*RYB to cH|t up
the s.-nato bill to amend tho laws relating lo Hie In
ipectlon of iteam vessel* ePused. (?n motion ol
Mr DAWES, the bill In relation ta msirlSfB) ocrwe.-u
wilts oieti and Ind an woaien, ss ia- peswei.
Tlf* Plalr RdttcatIonal hill wa* again taken np and
Mr. PLA ll! spoke In ads,,, ru v of tt. He reminded Hie
thal the s-;i.jeci -jyvi been ehefo e Consress ami
the country le loOM ih ipe linea the close of thfl ? .
Them lits '?"*' expel fed. mainly In the l*outriern
sta"*s sin" th>* ss ar bfltoreen twenty Ave a'"'
million* In the cause ,,f popular edncsilon?fielno the
contribution* of religions io, lot ??- ami Individual*.
Ma.si import sal ol ans- on-' contribution hod been that
known as tl" Peabnif I
Mr I! Al RI8 -aid that. In Vr BLAIR'S pamphlet,
tb? f.etr'-ia'nre nf i>nne*s_...? wa* represented as favor
im: Hi- lill That v- ?.s i ?',,s. mistake. The* lysisls
lH'ive o' T-"e,e. i ..i j e .? i ,!,.-|, .ins such pei-lfliin.
Mr. rr, sm admitted thal tliere might probably t-*
? mistake as to Te-i n?-e-. hut be wa* *??
In -a- ?,_' thal ihe ' ll ira* favored by th>"
frvlsla'lire of ... - r- ?
I'le er rfej. S,y I '| ('ari ll ll*. \' ' !. ,1 ll' 'll Btld V I Z til 1.
with.-"! eonelodlna h's ipeeeh, Mr. BLAIB -yielded
ti, a nu.; lon ie. adla ll n.
HOPSE OF I.'I ri.lNKNTAIIVIN
The House was called le. .e,|e, |,T the clerk, who nn
nouneeil th.- fsct nf rhe shaker's In.Psposl'l.an BIMI
?!a"i'.| that nominations for a Sie-ak'T pro teni were
In order. Mr. MILI>. of T>\l-. ..et!?tl a resolution
appointing Mr. COX, Ot New Y,,rl<. as SpeaUor during
tba pi'-sfut temporary abaanea of thfl sj>eaker. Dotnl
n oiisiv agreed to.
Mr COX has,nc taken the chair and exiled the
Tloiisf to O'-der, the Chaplfl n ottered a prayer in l,e
lia'f of the Speak r.
Mi. M'KINLEV, a,f ohio. pnaestsA Hie re-olutions
a.]ayple.| a! !h-* eoi.fereiiee of Wei,I _-i,,vs.';s, sv.eil deal
eis an,] wool manufactiia-e>rs. recently held In Wash
1 ington, ami ihey were oidi-rcd printed in '? The BeeunL"
.'i.i.iNs. of Ohio, called op rn Hie onflalthod
l,i,-;i,e'-s tbe bill to pi,iv id,- for Hie issue of circu
lalatitn: ootm to Na Ional -"tacking utaoclatloi
pend na 'i lettflon being on onie tn- tbe previous qucs
a va lie h the yeas and nayi hail la-en ordered.
At Hil- point a -?? . i teri tig under the
tu n ot Mr. WEAVRR, of Iowa, and Mr AVIiERKOV,
ol iv.' .ml the " morning hour of codi
-il w vi,vu, am action on thfl bill
T i,e Kneaker pro tem laid before tlie Ronte the
President s message vi sports of the
i ?! ? massage t
io ii,,; i ommittee on Psclflc Railroads.
Pi S8AII -* ' ' ' INTIDEOTIAL BTOTOTRY.
Wssinvtr i'\. Jan. it (.*-;t.c.,i/. ?r? n._ .--.run
I'.i.av.i!-. ..i Indiana, to-do- received from on- of
.is conotituenta a eopj of a circular headed
".Strictly i?? >ii_d?n>tialf" und dated at New-York,
altiioui_rh the addaaaa incl-osed is a place in r
Jouiitv. N J As that county is a part of New
let-ev's Fifth I) slr et. C. ti- !, ii I'ltna'po refa-rretl Hie
circular to Mr. Phelps ssiiii tliis indortei
"K-s,!-,-! uh reletreJ to the Hon William Wal?
ter l'v Ls Ties circular discloaeo a now und
confidential' Induttr* peculiar to .Rmwu't' "
'Hr- eirei Inr Indicates thal the denier In "green
p,?-ls" luis changed Ins tu tics and is min...-- to
sss nd!,' (lishe,i,.-i vr.-etiiiorn.s bj a MW iiictlnsl. It
reads ;,s fol Iowa:
" Mv confidential tm veiling man, wlio happened
to I"- in your tection of the co intry aol very Long
m written me rh_it he thinks you would be
I turin ta. hiindl'- my billa II" mya al-..
thal you ar- in an excellent posit iain tn do business
tor iii-, and that bc doe? not think .sou are the
kind of a mun to betrav a t:-,ist. Tbe denomi?
nations are ones, twee, flv.-s. tens and .twenties
"I'll- v ure printed from plates eeeftred from the
i ni'ted States Treasury Department hy n former
vvi>-i<e-n eii In the l.n"" ??? ? De urtment They
cannot be told from (enoine and th.-v trork their
'.suv book te. WMhington. If yon will answer
!h's letter al once and -iva- ni-- your solemn wold
imd honor that yon svill do nie bo harm. I svill
explain to voa .? ? basin.!*? man how
an m.ikc large sums ..f money mfely and
rapidly without tho hast danger, and without
even fnnrmott mt.mat.- Wends itnowinganything
ah ul it. In answer!na sitm four nan).- and ad
iltess on ii separate piece of pu: er as I have done
or else return tin* -mvelope In winch this letter
is se-in sv thal eitle-r vviiv I Will he sup-tn know
wh.. it is from If -you received any other littds
of this nat ure return th-m to me-, ostbey svill only
1." lr..m )n a - -"I-, and would have to go through
mv banda ot h<*ad-r|uartert."
Ii pc s ?.!'h..nt mring thal this is a pure, un
IlllllltC-nite il SWlluI!.. Of tie Sl.'.llist s|.
NO A LA RH A Rfirr BOA vpn.4 FIA W PORK.
The eyUsry-atefe f:..ni VTmMagtoa yesienlay aniiornierng
thal i oll-ftor Mta-Btflfl had leen tnstriieie.l to ppvent
the laadlag of *cuiis||tnnient of pork from I opsnEagES,
was moi- itartllag than tho facts *Aarrant.*il. Tlio
carjto thal 'he Thltiegvall* brought was s small one
sud the pad ? . i Krs of kag paodBBta tom had
not heard of the repented spl.leiiilc In Kcandinavlx
: thal im cxpaeits of tog produeta f>.am
? avian (ottn'i ies were me.rre. and that nv a'a-m
need Isa felt aleout any m..re pork being bitiught over.
TROVBLF. IS A MRTEODIST CHCRVH.
The Wil'et - ra-st M-tho Int Kpiior'Al i"U:ir.-h. of Liroott
Ivb. Bas bein lunn* a leriejin atiflcultr -witina a
few .1 ira witt lt* imitir. th* Itir W ll lixyle. .
The IroBble 1* lad t-a lure orlflntttHl la
the BamLav*. hool, where Mr. U-iole'e iisnijh'er li a t**cli*r.
Lui sm, lae I ? uviistrr In Itu ie*Tin ta.lt up the natter
?ml on* ef Hi- e..tun-ration interni-its-l l.ia aafl<t_srg*d
lino witt luaklns" talia lUlem.ati. Mr. U110I4
.'barres the lupsrtotsn.Uut nf UH t-'in I ir-sr'iu*!
? ri Miei,len saith bein* at th" 1-ettom 'if Hie ii
Mr. -bel ian la s ponce serseaant aol lisa iie?n a nn-na', 31 o'
the cbitr.'h for eixlitaaeti rears A me-1 nj -St Ikvs Bflfl
tum li to be liei.l stiortly tu h*ar lu* roply to th* pa*tnr'i
ev- r.-S _ _
cosi r tBL ABD caret ALS BUMMED.
A Kim nt ??-'',." "? wa* ciaio-l by rtr* tn tho ttablet of
ITenry Ila MlltOM at roney Ulau.loarlr r**t*rilay. There
were forty-urn** carmilla, ten st****, flft-f -eliot h?r
ne** aad eonsl Isra'il* n'h.ir prapertr de?:r*re I. Mr.
llaiiilteu operate! tua itit.-e* uitu Concourta ta tao
inaimer.
SMALL ROTS ROB THE POOR BOY.
On Wonda fl sraoiuic sexton O'lShea, of Ml Jo.eph* Catholic
Cbureb, at a-uUi ars. and Waabiustou pla. r, taw two boy*
e)*aa**BB)BaB?*Ba*?*>?***]m*BBt
aottaa. ta s insplcloai r.*:i-er sear a weer lao* In ihaeluirejti'
Ttie salton ttal.t them uuul tb* arri-**! uf aa oftloer. who not
th en uni- r srrest lor havlag brokea .ip?a tha Lei x sod 'ak ru*
nt* eon lee !?*. Aft/ couta Just loo Whit*, of f*a*eriaju M rttet,
tu-ued uriawu over u, tts. atockias*, ot Mr. -Jerry'e eo-jisty.
JOEL PA RN ER'S SUCCESSOB NOT t Ol'ND
AM INHISCKEKT tOATBB LASVVr.lt Ml MTHiSKD?f)l?
I't'TL UBOBO BB*** LA WM A Sf RH.
Trkxtdn, Jan. 17 (.Special .?Uovorntir tireen again
failed tu day to .satisfy tho oaaer ruiiii-dty of Hie Mal**
by a noiiilnailuu for lusiiec o.' tho Supremo Court In
place of Jo-I I*arker. It wai* undcrsto,;.! .vesteri'.ay
that his choice had VegMfld upon a yoting Camden law
yer of tho name aal Carrlson, anj thc obj -ct of his
affections was so Indiscreet as to confess t.i a Phlla
dclplla liapoitor that h** Was In a sUte ol gracile.I
expectanay Wheller this Inds.-retlon had an effect
"poll Illa Kxeelleiicy, or whethflr a mure potent poht
leal cans- intervened, tt ls the- connuon opinion that
Mr. Harrison's pr-asperts are nut on pood as they were
Thfl Hnsernor r-'nominatea! l>re.,e>ciitor Willard Cut
l-*r. ot Morns ('.ninty, today. Tlie nominations of
lylpplecvt f,,r Soapy! BOoam Pleas, and of Winfield
for PraWCUtOr, boll of Madsen, have OOOfl hung np
In tho S-*n.ito pending fttr'.licr Inpilty Into Mr. Win?
field's case. I! ? his h-il a stnnuy care r. and Its
peenllaHtlflfl appear to havo hecn remcuilaered. The
pr,,t,,i'.||ltl.*s favor hi* confirmation at pres.'nr.
A dispute hits arisen !n the Kssex d'-lecatlon over
I'eilirtnent of a State I'i ison Inspector. Three
are ta. bo appoint.-il. an-l all ora conraMled 'e. Kteex,
which has uii, ? repiesentatlveB In the Joint eau.ns. The
nine are abonl eepiallv divided tmnag 'lie three* can
dldiitc-. an-l e;i--i| rondhtatfl ls confident of a majority.
Th-* ie*' result sill! Le that I',sse-\ will KO Into the csu
Ided, and th* holli's of all cns tlirjs be enisle,l.
Tho , flee pay* rr 00 ia year, and the advantages are
the flooipoay of th1* convicts. It ts consequently
?ought with great eagen
I; Iloliaes held I Wo lettlOM to'lay. hu! trana
acted no business of Import ance. In the BbteOCfl of
exciting tonics sn early adjaurniiient ls pre,peted. A
t li nt int.ve.t wbleh is attracts-* MnsldoroMfl att.-n
'oiti i- onoeontrrrlng aqolty jurisdiction upon th* Cir*
cult Court Judges, it would relievo the overworked
I eec- of ( ham* erv, .md tend io Lr I np ihe j . ! ,
lem of td., gtatfl Into harmony sv|th thst of other
l^-liles red',, Inc expense* roruslderrtlily.
A deleg.Tion of I smden Democrats Brri**e*j to-d
and warmly teotmoood 'li" eprtrposfld appointment of
Garrison for .it.ds'e. The* Governor la said now tn ho
loring i)e* linnie of ePraflflCUtOr IIoBRUi.il, of Cum?
berland foll ti! V.
Cisrarner (.r-en ha* agreed ta appoint a Repitiallcsn
to nu-, ead .Lid'ea CaeWlu ul .lii'l-s of the Dlltrlet Coirt
in Newark. Hie Rep'i'.lcans will wltb'lraw fltslr bills
aaotiptini.'the court. raean*tr I'-riBj lt. and ulaetag tho
appotnttaeat of the judret un ter ti* joint uieettag.
yt victory for the hoisl-kf.epers.
TheConrtof AneeV* resterdar handel .Iowa a decision la
f?rurei' ths h its' "teener* ia ths nit ac'itatt Mr. Brsilin and
other*, who loaie tlate atro igree.t to represent the lfot*l
K- eper*' Aiis.-,A!ia>ii In * test eas* to determine the) right of
hotel m.-n to ssl: wine with meals to rn-ita on Bundara
which waa cjiicttlonasd br tlie Nsw.York sttttiorilles darius
IBs "nias law" perlo-t which teaiporar:lr mate a Ballara of
tin* rltv on Munday! io far a* tnt .-ti.raung lieinori were con?
curs eil.
Tlc-new* of the de?i*'.on cauaed groat iAtisfacti*o arnon*
the nou-l men. who now consider their rirht te **'l oin* with
mea's on si un-lays to ?-ue*ts as a**srte*<l without danger of
furtiicr .|tis*tion. A T'RlBi .sr. reporter law -wane of th*
principal N--*". York lioto! prorjrletaen sn t hotel-keener* tMt
uirtit. an.l ther all eSSfteeSSA tl]*ni*e!r?'i se deruht*d with
Hater Tict.irr. To ths men wh a SSBBOOta I to ne " *CAp**oaU"
la the t*.t case t>*te result wai BSOaataltV rratifytug. aaal their
fel!ow memhir* ef the II ..tel- Kilner*' A**'K'l itioa will prob
ett r pit na recoral t!i-*ir gratltti'te te Mr. Rraslin std hi*
re-.ni: a-iinsi for tha part wlue'i they hive taken Ln tho long
tight i kat hal ended so latllfactonly lo them.
TEE ITALIAN BABE IX THE SHERIFFS HANDS.
F.i Ai*t*(ant Dlitrlot-Attoruer Ani!i-o-s IL Purely ha*
brought trie I -aiian bank scars t.. a climax. Ile li*, put th*
" o.a-iri nar.- .m.ni"' Into tho han ts sf tue 9'ienT en a writ
of attaelmen' fur Antonio Marino, who a linn io hire tl. 210
aiBOotlsrl la ma teak. Kortr flB*0*it*** tars plao*.l their
I . n> in lae nandi nf Ifr. Purdy amt bra partner, irgregat.
mr nev r flgS.flflO, There wai a itainpeele vesier'ay for law
3 r.'-eitio** amt today Iuds f*lr to be a repent mo of yeiter'
i'.it. K*e| cr. Matthews and Mun br were delerate ri to watch
Hie bank la OSatTSBl reitetelAr, anal Deputy Sheriff Mulra
nev served an ittachment t<a tteani'iun' of Antenna Marlua*
claim on ths fnnd* elerio* t-et io [lerganiitil'i ere Ut tn the
Park National Bank. Other pitier! will be serr> t to dar.
Th- claitti* range Iroai $50 i., $:i.0(Kl To dar Purdr anet fox
will appeal ta th* Suit "Kata fair the aniioln'.iiient . f a tern
parity executor of Ker^a-iini i* ev.-t*-. At the SlientTa
- was niel that the eTtie'te.| .*MOSaj** troai th"*b*eut
tie;r wlii.rh tn* ni HMgtaaSal of the hank* ara walting fair ii on
the orer lue lint mela, lt li said lhat liergamlsi Bad ftU.OOO
la thu Park nsllBBtl Bank.
-,--4?
tWIMUiIMB JEWELLERS RY FORGERIES.
B.t?ioV, Jan. 17 ISpeeiat).?Wultar F. Gregg, ougagol
la the lewelry hnslnest at No. gg !!roia:ieiil-*t., was ar
reited tan _orul*g charire 1 with o'ataiariig goois trota
H. A. Preatuva wo-th *l_'.ai()'i hy forgeriot. About
Ocroaer la*t (Irogg weat Into, i.iisin***. Ila so!4 dia
?tada. wttthm. ttt. aa thu laatalmsal p.aB. TUess
g>o U vvsre preieitrtd m.ilnly fra.n !I?arr A. Prantica,
?re): t.i* H. A. ITSBtiCS (.'Srn.ailT, de,i,?r* IB
wi .... d:i son laian* othsrJowoliy, at Na. 4"!) Watti
lsrtou-tr.. altheagk soata a*oro *.?.-n-.-.t freat M. I)avt?,
n, 9 3 ".'a-i!s_"o*-*t. QeT**a*B*a pl * ti wa* to pro<-ire
g**als*n '? .vf.-iie " and aa'Ceunt fat thea* lay mein* ot
ion n ional ooatrosts. viiloh.il la i largod, wer* forge.l,
sad his c kooks con tat nod ttio oa*sa* of a. i.. flieren*.
sv ii raem*Moa, vv. c. carpsotar. and Oaarga -Beward,
al ef ru* li,ursa aud Malse liallr*sl, and some twouty
nrs ethers
In Boort th's afternoon (iresg waiveei ezetmlaatloa
and sva.s iield Iii #H'..ii>'<' to the Orood Jury.
at MURDER TRIAL l\ OO.VXBOTIOUT.
Roawica, Conn., Jan. 17 [Spatial). ?A murder trial of
peculiar intersst w.i* iiegin to Ur in the Hupsner
(our:, Judi:* lena pr*iiilli)g t*-day. On Aiit'iiat 8 las^
Fie.!, rick Perry went to tb* ollie* of ,'/.<? .Y?ir-/.,ine/o?i
Din,-o de caa 1 of tb* editor a reir.ieiieu at aa article
published OOeal him. Terry, who it sowawhat sccea
trlc, had antnaj-ed his noighlBKfl by l<e*aaiug on bit
preaiisci s*v?rul yelping dog* 3"/i? Dnj took up the
cate an-l pnBli-etie.l the article whieh snra.'sd retry.
Tke Utter dial not tea tha editor or the mas whir wrot*
tn* article when he eal lsd. Hut he law the tOfltoesa
Biaiutf"!', K. c. vYkl'tlasey am! ieiBaa<aod a ratraetloa
Mr. WklltlSfSy p ? itt ao .a:teati-au to the do rand*, where?
upon tarry puiieii a revolver snd shot Mr. Wuittieter tn
tke right breast Tho victim dt-d two duri later. Tue
ileiou .a will eiiiiiav.ir t* establish the prisoner's i**aaity.
FATAL COLLISION CN THE ERIE.
eyyhXe?Ofllta efetO. 17. ?A (la>tp:ltCll frSlfl AV0?S ISfl \
'*Tnlas Voa l-sandlOTon tlie Lrlo roal were in **1
llelon tOiS uierillttg 0*4 inda- ematB Of A. fl) ri A. KligiBsarr
Frank Marnard, *f K*caester. wa* ktllfld lnttantly. bis
kite! betag cut off Kotli sugiiie* wero completely
wre.'l.ed. The flreiiion of b*tli train* au l I.u.'tnoer
Krauk Marsh, of No. 107, luiaped. TOO tender of train
Nv. 107 flsas drlvea Int* the mill car. Mail Age-tit
tambar, cf a.v*-.i. iav*d ki*, life hy imnpiBg 1'iit tt tho
Oflglufl* 'Ai) ? ejtacolhor. I'ltftiCai.t an-l oiti/.est fr.ua
tie t.i i_"-t were proaiptlT ob hand rei; leriug aiiutan.-e.
I; it* nd that a tram dispatcher it la bia*** tor thu
otllistoa."
?
1 v reg Bi: I Do E FOBMJNO AT NIAGARA.
Ian KCeiKi.Jao. 17 ISoertttli. ? t)se of tts grandest Iso
bi .?!.-?* that ha* ever been seen at Niagara Fail* ha* iteau
foratisg tke patt raw dayl orer tee Niar.-ara P.lr*r nearly (
oppoaiia tbil I'rospeet Ko ,i>. Tfefl lam waa _ade last :
Salar.lafl. as.l Olaeo then tho ics lias aeon plllag up. The
ia.' ice bridg* wa* in the winter ot legeVi, and remaiaad
tw* nieaathi. Ali tlie gaifle* bare eiOflOfld thi* ono. and
tts first -.rara-tii to do so was M - - MSOtlt L Kdwaials. of
Itrtdgeport. ( ess., wno was tsl.ow^d i>r Frankie Ketn
klt-, tts aOiibretia actress, who wai tta j ai-* at ths Fallt.
PROSECUTED FOR POI.IUi Al. CRIME.
LAM mas, Feun., Jaa. 17.-Iiaac Kauitiuan, T. T.
Kauffman. Abraham Frye, r>a!iiu*l Ile:.ry aad Charles
Tri iBiau, elei-ll'.a ofllreri. wera to-?! iy ataetg on trial tor
raak:na" an a'.le<;e<l fraudalcnt return ot th* vsts catt st
ths In.liantows di*:ri?t BolllOg prac* at th* K-'p ihlicsa
pun ny electien last May. lui* ii ih* first af tue pros
et u: i*i, s by th* Kcpublluan Aili -Co: r.ip'.io* Ai**ciati*ii
SESATOR WILSON TO SUCCEED HIMSELF.
Di;- MeiiM.-, Iowa, Jas. 17. ? Hath houi*s e.f th* Legis
latur* in.-t at nv*:, aud proceeded t* vote separately for
United r*tat*i i"eaator. In tho -euat* Jamil F. Wilma
reeelreal 30 vote*. T. J. An iei?ju ll. In the H.mao
James F. Wilsen mm!tod Tri rota*. T. J. Aadsrson 'itt,
Paaitl campbell 3. Juice he*.I and J. A. t Hull 1 sa?Q.
Hoth boiiiei theu adjourned until to si*:row.
GRIEF DROVE UIE To SUICIDE.
Csiii.EN, .yf. J., Jan. 17 i.S"*irri*ii.~Itie Banty *f i.eorz*
Fieri,e?, age thirty Are, waa found In hu house in
Wrt.-htiville this morning. He had cut bl* throat witt s
razer .erne tune iturtLg the Bight. Hit wife died a week
ago, leansl'a three day* old baby aad two ot*er*hll
dre*. Molgftbort to*, charg* e.f merse But I'ickie* wa*
datOOOmlfllfl orer hi* lets*.
Tilt: rr ADS IS CHICAGO.
Can AGO, Ia:, 17 (aToatatla. rh* piunv.on raiders weat
home hippy M-alght. The tmotb lu pork wti-cli i*r s men tb
they hare been losii-eurnng lo precipitant .-atilt* Just ttefor*
tke closea. The wire* between here and liie Welt will bo kept
bot uiitii tlie opening in th* morning, wah bad newi tor tte
cunnii a lu.lele r* a.i,i with eleiuaudi f..r margin* May pork
? loo* ' Ti .'nits a liarrsl nilli t!ie tlsoiv* ,.f Monetsr niifht
Neari a.'. Itu* ale. vue !i*;.i,.Miae| wrlrnt, rtre luiuula* Aller
th. ..-yru'iig ot Ik* i:t?ra ..in lasiIBB al 2 ,a clock. There waa
a Basie' a* it wa* anion*. I e br X. r?. aud it wa* only tam
porartlvsiarodbj hauy parebast* br a nnxie iirox*r for
the a.-e ont SW tab ty at ll-.;, a tra Ikort At Bight the whole
n vis wy, ? s.-.re-!ir tucuiitmi ttl* rhssnssfat a
rinewal ot Hie .j.-ite-nent at :!ie opening Wednesday morn,
lug T Iv- aarttesl r- porti [rom ibe ito. k -, ai ii were- boar.Hi,
tue raosipi* -.'.'..oisi nun.*. I..-ls sieore the eatlinata, Iriui
?tarted p.irx al * loee t .lei lat t! g!9 altar Mar st,,r
toa O WotthlBStoo, s i,oo?e repru?oUog a tuc elisa ano
ailee,.e. roeinltr parkan, wsre the l.earieat seller*. Tba, un
1 a-le.1 al.eu.i ' V o etoo pound* ,)* nh* in ' about 6.(Slit i?r
reis of pork. Kirkw.M.'. a Ins sea p-r. was ilia largest borer.
limns tte rr.ee* it 1*-treiiT rm tils tbera' waa tua-le ap
probably between muser. At right, lt. aiu. rudall* and liaid
wib, a poaal tobreak price* in the alteataooa Tat oomluoa.
liol, itarted in at ths tap ot me bell the lirar leader* all
steasl lu Um" pit sud ihon'e.1 iheir a.ll,-rt io sell uutil
ti,ey were roil la th* lae*. It was hard
work ta g*t Msy purk rrotu tit 10 u> flit.
BpamWi
1 r .rn ? IB ue?11 SO bepr.ee wini rltxo-.f. aa* tall Al OIL
laxnt and ?hori i .lae ?to-Un-d .ro si H....ate'' Witt *erk.
afar wheal declined temi ?" I', v. a%3-,/*e S oe Ha bat ll
wits*o-ely boBO'iTS or i'j9 it* ul la tba wt% ?>it Taae sa**e
trana vl.iti* **re * .itl- i'h ? M ar ciro e, t <o emmi I st HS
.-?ula ? utaft-rsd.il sae wa wa., like Th ea-, taco ti. ted
tu tba .rutn.e.o r?v i"i?> tn ak lo uo.-k. Tea* etloo tell's IS
tate.: e.<asea .t 3.1 a CSU'4
MUTUAL FIRE /.' SCRANCr. ELECTION.
a DKcisivi" rama)If Kdu rm: whitman tk'bkt
AN' APITI. Tl) TIIK COI ,lT4.
The ballot ba* lottie**! thee fltfht for tho eovroe of tts
\ Mutual lira, Ixiii anea (ompany la .a none'ii'v laat
lon, but lb* chief of tbe d.-roo'ed porty ho* ennoiBcad
; ht* I nteutioti of appeal*-* from tbe derision of tbe ballot
lo tba. of tbs courts The election of truitee* was b*14
yesterday There were two tickets lo the Said. Oat
wss headed by the president of tha co?:.;iasy. *,aor/e I.
I Whitman, an 1 thc other by I'. Ii. Ara.?l,-otar. tho fermer
> -Mere ta ry. Tho stan ob berth tl-iei sssortad
? that i,ot hi ii af w*s dearer te their hearts thoa
j tho niferosteof th.- polieytiold*rt. but Mr. WBitiaar aod
I blt frten ie c.,n*snalo-t that tho truatooa sboa'..I bo ela. tod
i br tbe Blockhill Ier*. ana Mr. ArtB*trong held that they
i sheiiid ho elected ny the poller helder*. Judge 'lugra,
to whore the knotty -lunation wa* submittal!, with th*
i request thst he grant an lalunctlnn to reitraln sll but
policyholders from roting, decided that both pol cy
bolder* an.'. s*?-kkol't*r* sri.mid roto. as.I taat if dey
' elected different tnksts the old taoard ihoul! hold orer
| until tbe court* cou!.I settle which tick*! wa* legally
I elected. Fxt*n*tve paeparstlea* tad bean m ul* an
bolh ileles for tho tight, and the result wa*
that beforw tho poll* opoaed the hall
and lian way 0r the building. No. I.V, Broadway, nn tho
lecosil flaorof which the company has lla airlie*-, wees
packe* ti li' with T.i'.er*. T be pails ai.eo.-d si IJ n at
i anl ciaiiM l at 1 o'clock. The r.-rdtet of both stoelitol.iors
; and ("OiicThoiilrt* wa* useialve in farer of the VS inna ta
ticket. Tto Huckin alder*' slot ti.aa rei'iiied In 3.370
sri are* bein* recopied ni favor af that ticket aad lg for
the Ar*a*tr*i)_- ticket. The voting tar pollerhiu.lers ro
? ultej 1* ?;??"_" vsret for the Whitman raadld*'-'* ad 103
for the AriB-'roug faction. Mr. rittaistrong .-iea!:i>s_-*d
MO of til* Vs lu sm voters, bal that ticket ro.i. . H
that number niel still wan. The Whitman trueiee* wera
nf cou rsa ooma* irriititt eil at the result aud bald a lul.lla
tian meeting forthwith.
Rut Mr. A rm*! no-g bald that tha ead wa* not vet.
" Wo thall ?? once ap|SBal t-> the court*," Ba laid. " to *et,
asi-le the de. nan lt wai frau.I ii lent, "lac ? ia*t Tours
d i.r orer fia ie) pollets* hara Boen u*ue.!. a A I e ont.?nd,
ll!*.-aily !ssn*.t t* Bianufacture roten tor thi* election."
Th* f*ll*wlng are tb* tru*te-M who B'ere e.ect. .1 yes
terdsy :
George L. Whltmsn Peter Reid.
William C. Hrown.ng. John H Bs-d,
Aaron ? arler, H-arr A. Harry,
leeorga li. sargent. H an rr M lan toa.
marta M Nu*bola, Thomas K Proctor.
Oe-r*e C. clarke, Ow.rge Wast,
I) H. SS alton John .- Brewnlng.
W lill un II. Thom. Mess* I WorUien.
0, s,em. W. P Aidricb.
John I. Roardmaa, Ai.-mtna lae ii- e.
John F. Plnaotner. w. r. lt Mills.
S lt. I-esber. ll et.rr SS King.
William II. Leo. Johu II nil iii owning.
Mat701 CHARIN'S CIVIL SERVICE REFORM.
Mayor Chapln has carried out hi* purpose of i-raimai
lng the number of Civil benlee t unimi*s..iner*i la
lirooklyn. When tho Commission wa* established by
Mayor Low In lr-rt.'l the number of memben arm tBSS
at eleven. xt:d lt was provided that not more than
tlx should belong to one political party, and two ot
them should be physician*. The State ( itiiiiiis.ioa
approved this and Mayor Low made thc Tna]orlty ot
his Hoard Itepublh ans, Kt han Allan Doty being chair?
man. Mayor Wh.tney appointed tlx Iisoaoflet?B* ang
five Republicans, retaining only Colonel John lliiegrvr
of the preceding Coninilssia.n. William I. IToston waa
chairman. ltefore the end of Mayor Whitney's term
tho < omni!-sion kag conn- Into public disrepute hy
reason of the Stanton aud other frauds perpetrated
la the examinations, arid Mavor I lupin found ii..ii it
would tie Inie.ssiM,. I,, rehabilitate |( j(, ovoid tho
dlflie'iilty of replacing sll tin* i .., rn Matoo**"! he de?
si ted a plan for reducing rhe oonbor of e_embon to
live. Tv carry nus out an aitu-ielnient to th'- rules
wau sn bini 11 cit to the State Comnil-s|,,n providing for
the reduction, and that not more* than three nienil-ert
shall belong to th-* same party, and Striking .cir ibo
provision that two shall he* physicians. Ye.ienla' ho
rflflfliveg approval ol ihe chaniro- from the State Coin
mission. ,aii the present lommis-iim-rv except two
have res,ii,ned.
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PECULIAR SSBIFBIW* OP A WILL.
Tlc- ss ill of Cephas O. Thompson, the father ot
I!iit.e*rt O. Thompsvii. filed ",.>?!>? ni.iv. agaa*, an fol?
lows: "Being of sound mind sud memory snd la
earnest belief of out r.aenl JiaaOB I hif.-t as I ai nor.
Creator and -.iv lour, and In full hope ami trust ol
spiritual i-esurre. t on. I do make, publish and d-clai-o
tnis my lajtr ss ill ana! testament.* The will, executed
on August 9. l--tl. given* all rh* property te. Mr.
Thompson's widow, Mary (ioiivorneur Thnroirion. "she
ami le-r daughter, Anna Cora Thompson, are mada
executors.
e?
SUICIDE COMMON IN THE FAMILY.
Ileatiora liol.an a servant employed by H. II. Woods,
i ot No. 38 Hast Third st., fell from a window ot tao
house and was klt'ed vostentxy. Then* w*s some rsv
son to ms peet tha she committed suicide, she had
leer, n-el.incholy since the suicide of her drunk.**
j brother, Jamea, In Charlesst., about two years aga
> He struck hi* svtfe with an axe and Jumpe*d *.iif of the
I window, lt was believed that be ama crazy at tba
time. _ _
i tSSTlOS PSWEION RILL DBETBBD
An organi/At-on wa* '?-?l'l on Monday sr tl,.* "alamein*!
Room 0 tr Ha' . nro.tk1- n. -af veterans who favor the *peMy
pil.a.eof a Serrvo I'en-ion bill DeleaAte. ware pretest
fr.ein ri liffe nuiniier ot (.raii'l Army l'o*l4 And reg; uentU
ret tao aiiucjiIo-i*. an't an imo-', it. ni wi* for-n..1 to r-pra
ie:it the nr*t live i oiirre**isiiAl ett*trlcti of the -Hat*. R XV
I/!Io'iimed:en wa* electet president an.' Joneiih ll. Har ".itt
**cr?tary. A t*iti|>-r*ry president and *0''r ury for oach ol
the five CongreiAiosai distict* 0*0*0 ?a-'-c!-t to orgsmt-tm
veteran* aud create pul.Ile sentiment io fsvor et a -aerrl?
Pcasion an.l Influencing their res;"*, tr,, iiiiint-eri of * ?*
g- ??? a soptv.rt .,' th-' l-irred bill Tin officer* xre ia
D:*tri<:t?Pre*; !-nt aad I'creury to be flliod. III n.iriot
ITa'.i.l.nt, tania***" If Lie>iT: B*ereiArr. Antkesv lt.. ??*.
Hld liesti-ici--Pie*ielent. Hand C. Wanugi secretary. Jo-ept
H. Hart'.rtL IVth Dutriit- t'reanlenf, Jolin O .*>
ie.-ri-t.irr, A V Kergen. Vth Hlstrlct-Pror.teat. 'tn ot
W. Pri.--; .-ciBtiry, C. L Fra-ien. Th* flr*: Use c*a
irressionsi diatrirt* lna.-lii.le Kings, yseent. .*>ufTo!k aad
ltichmonl i oitnt.ei. Atv! lt tk ? tn^eilng were delegate* (ran
RAtikii,. C. s. tirant, Msilirr. Thetford. R. t Mi ri ? r i.
J. ll. I'srrr. Hir'.iita Frelttlue, Herein. Wn- he-fr. T. &
Dakin. ( ujli;ag snd o C. -treng, o. A lt P..i*. and tb*
14th. 1st Long Iilaiiel, l:*'Jtli and 40:h regi eeaul retvrsa
aasociattons.
-e>
FOE AND AB ALF Et MORE BANK CURRENCY.
Borue com-pon loam ha* pined between John Th >-np*oa.
vice-president et tho ..'hate *r**ational Bank, of thi* 1 fl sat
Ralob Heauuont. cliairtnan ot the " N'ational I.eg.iaatir*
Caiumitteo" of the "' Nobie order of the Knights ?' l_b*r.*"
st Walkington, relative t* the proposition to liicn.i*. tb*
clrcolaf ier m-tlnoi "f th.-national baoki t.) the rite.* ol
ao-ne g.'l.ooo.ooo. Mr Meaamont wntee that hi* OBa.taiittaa
will *ppo*e the bill -**a piece of ncl.iui legislaiion.'" bat
even- ReprsientAttre who rote* for such * moo*ara wiB
' driro a nsi: in lin p.a!ltl.-a: corni)." ami tkat il weal* be tm
batter :o appropriate tl.OuO.O'H) to lom to poor aaoaBx* H
?Bable th*ni to get oat ot tb* crow.led e'ltr-ss to iin.e-.nnl-ld
lindi Mr. Thompson r*pli'"! that he wa* in alrneaSM*!
prai.1. rims to American labor ; that he ha.! noohJ*ctio* t a a*.
proprtatlng nioB.'y to enabl* paor BOOttS to i*ttl* In HM
eoauntrr but that a bettor sapplr of carrenoy wool I es.bel
tbe banks to be freer lefter* at ch*aper ral** of intere*!.
?X-JY^rOR COOPER'S SUPREMACT OOTTBBTBB.
BtrBmym ? Iwxrl ObOOBC tTgl lure to run agala t<) .le W
maie wi.o "ha 1 bo "'bos* ** iii his is'rt.t on tiie''o-intr .'e's.
mr't.e fer th- VHth Aisen.bly Di'net. O-xorge Wa*hlB't*a
Ol .boss wi', run agaiui: him aprils In th* IXtl. Kleetiau Dis
ti ct. Kdwar?.! MiO.ll tad W M ktcBrl.l- will h..r? to try lt
again la the Vth iu-! I.iu.i Odtfat is laafettg ar.auri tor UM
mau who quest os* lil* .uproiaeetv ia the X Si. lat. Ttt-a* a*w
?lectioai were orlerod tnt mg at sta ip*-l*l aieetiu/ of lt*
t'ouaiy U:e_a>rr.icy of Hie Silti \**a ii'.y Otatnot be l-l al
No. 150 Mlxth are. A confofe-a bea ted by Arthur Derry,
MiyerlTeTit* iinrve ?e.-retarr. which in res t igated Um
culm* of the eon'-Ci'j rec-iain-'u tod now ..lee-tloa* Toa
report w?* ratuerun-xi.ee tel. but lt wa* -adopt*', w lum
worelof pn-e?t fi > u auyuily. Ta* n*w aleen iii* wu. bo
Le..I .>l January Ht
MASON & HAMLIN
l.li/.T OKI.A*4
The 9a, it sad Moat BeiwartullJ
? aa*,! Rood Orgsa -aids m. lr*
ms sxade expressly tor tb* lat!
Abb* Lint Ta* organ jaar
arc.liames (or tba drawiug i*>*aa,
and uiod l*rgely la obarchoe aad
chapels. With aaa aad twa a_*>
nala Prlae frats fljggo
TKHTIbfO-flALS trots I.la*t,
(.olino*, Thea Thoauats, Malata
Naroo. Dudley Bock. r*. T. XS ar
reo I.r*. Vt . lltrita, sat a.sar
?thara
OTU TK lOTTTyBW nm Itt
TH E LISZT OH''.AV fia. 078. 09>a, 0100 aad ao.
PIANOS.
Hm.ma A ll ia ita 11 a*'? Piano Htriagor
w?i intr oduoe.! by them in 1HM"*, and ha* b*rn prouoanced bp
oxpert* ihe greaten, lmurovemeui lu piano* la half a o*a*
lury."'
A c-.ren'ar cenlainiog toetlinoalaU from ttree baadrod ??**
ehasera. maalan*-? inri tuner* nat, togatbor w\Ut doearlpU***
oatalague. ta any applicant.
Orgtttn and Ptanot told for C.uA a?r jToa**
yVrat-af. Cafoio^we* As**
?df-ON A HAMI.tf OKIiAM AWP TYAEB LXL,
A* LArtT ISTH-isT. ll MU!* XtttVABA).

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