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NEW-YORK. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, |.m-TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE THREE CENTS
flU THE TREATY GC) OVER ?
consideration OF THE HAWAIIAN COX
_-j BEEmTR F*J*SS8_J WITH IM PO PTA XT AP
?r.orRiA-n-*v rii.i>-riii nty ok timk
AT Till". I XTIIV BESS] ***t.
[BT TF.IKiJRAl'H TO Till'. TRlM'Nf:.]
*-*--hini*,''>n. Feb. 20.?The t;i,'t that the Senate
y* not yet found time to -swltler tli<> Hawaiian
tv must not be taken to Indicate a decline ot
i terr st SI confidence on the isirt of its adv,nates
;. tbat bely. The treaty is sam on the executive
-lendsr and can he called up tor eoaaideratloa
taring: ar-y aecfet session. Its supporters an* sati*
__ th3t they can secure ratiBcatton whenever
v0te is onlered: *>'-?t they aro not disposed t*i
j-j-t on c ui-i linn!* tho treaty Immediately to
_* neile^t ol the -'vat Tolume of even moro
-Kn* bu?i').*-- now pressing upon the Senate.
Only nine full days are loft of the present
ggion, ami f* i* necessary to pei through in
m brief time the hulk of the annual appro
uition hill*, which hare seldom been tn so \xteW
^d a eondition as they are this year. Thc.
cjudrr Civil Appropriation bil] has l?>.-;i blocking
*esar** in ibo S nato for three "r four days past
t<_<> extremely important legielation i? carried
a this hill, and the delay with it has been
wiiiinate and unavoidable. Th,* question of a
?t. for tho new Government Flinting CHHce has
s_| ts he settled, snd thc cont*-*! on this point
k sharp ar,'"l obstinate. One day ***tor-*?, probably
t*o dav. will '"' required to get *he Sundry
fivi! hill in' ' conference eomn.ittee. and pushing
s> ssM-dcrstion behind are the Narai, Let-is.
uRut, Esec'Jtivc snd Judicial, Genera- Deficiency,
psnsion, Agricultural, Indian at*.,I other regular
ippropriati ii WU* They will eonsnsss rrom Bve
Utix day I nor ?! -" that really only spar" moments
w|]] he left from now on till the omi of the
Keston for other _eneral legislation, and tor the
executive bus-Teas of tho Senate.
-It must T?' n?r_iembe****d that nil pending h-A*
ption left unfinished at noon on March 4 dies
with the LIM Congie** Nut ga with execu?
tive business like the Hawaiian Irony, which
-om**, hefire the Senate in its fUnetioa ss a
jingle awi permanent legislative body, snd _e>
B?ins on the calendar continuously until dis
*o.se- of. The Senate, in fact, will reassemble
cn March .?> or 6 next in special session, so that
its pre-cut term will practically *'\t.*ml until
well into April for the transaction "1 all othes
Mw*- than that in which h?tn houses jointly
lartirip-i*'. which iieoeasarily dies when the li le
-| the reprc-'irtt".?(? brandi is ended. After
Hire- . the Senate will have nothing but exe?
cutive business on it- banda, and eau _i\v un?
limited Bm to it- At present almost every
moment mu.-t be devoted to accomplishing th*
filiation n.--a ry to keep the wheelg of the
GoTernmrnt in motion for the n*-xt lis.-al year.
Under these circumstances it will nor l*e at all
strange if the vote "ii the ratification of the Ha
?,ii_ treaty i- forced over into th,- .peela! sea?
lion of Mar-1, and Al-ril ivxt. Tl.gponeats
of the treaty, if they really desire such a result,
tan easily brine it about, lor they huve only te
amtinue to (>>h .?.'?? the convention through Ber -ral
?fternoons u. forv 111. imnmitTeo on F?r'iun Rela
Hom to abandon the effort to jy-t a rote <>n it
before March 4. It i- 'lear that several of tho
IVmocrtitic Senators who .,pp<.se iinn.eliate ratiti
cation have no other ..round lor such sction than
S desir* to hear tr-.m the ru-vv Al ni Lniiit ration
Vtnr* -ccedin? t<-> Hawaii's request f"r annex
Wi?n. lg has been eai?l in these dispatched
-ilr*-ady, the opp*?iti ?:-, tu the treaty is .reirniflcant
rn numbers, inf,:'' ? and i-epi*erenta*tive character.
It **8a**t hon** to defeat the treaty "ith**r hy
ircumrnf or 1 v f??! ?? "f mini's r- Hut if can
PWwr delay r-tihrauoi' '". 'Hinton- tr-ctt** nn
I til after Mr. CWvelanrt's Administration ponies in.
Il is scarcely likely that the Senate after March
J-rill v.* -..nv l,ss tavor?.l*ly -inposed toward an
, relation tlian it is row. ti! rh" final ratiflcatio't
. 'if the convention, therefore, even if ,t "...??* over
hto the next Congi**-**, there will ho little doubt
MTUTMF.NTS OF THK RIV* I, E-TVOYS.
MR. XIV'M v\\ MISS - HIS KTV iIHTMEXT willi
?! TAUT 1' -
WasMr.rmn. Feb. 30, K. A. Tl urston nnd hit- Bl
BVIMai, i!,o ipeeial annexation ,? ,nin:'--l .1 ?? rc iy'u
H?*a!l, and Paul Neumann, iii.- ei roy of Queen
LHInohallml. spent i psi, of to-dajr il the Capitol.
Mr. Neuni!-:*) vvne in rm fei ? lth s**rera] gens
tor*, to whom he beers Mien of itttituetlun tram
tv-'lness men on th* Island., and other* arbom I"'
knew pers?u;iiiv t?.f,.r.. |ea\1ns Ut* rnltesl Btatea
fvcral year- bro. Hr, Mm-,.u-n. one "f the snaexa
tWm corrim'.-- ??? itarted for Nev N,,ih < itv t"
r,!.-hr on m- -. to san Kr-nii,!,,,,. whntce li" "ill
isil for Hoaohiln ?.n Mnrrh -. Hi, goea la advance
cf W* foliuvv- rommlsslonera In order to se,- lometli ng
cf the conn'rv. w!rh w I.*, h be la net n- fuiuillur aa
Bus. He w || mop in N>w-Yot_ one tay, Mit iii"
r*? bridge at Niagara Falls, and -iM-nri som,- Haas si
Chlcs.o anrt ritii.'i Western cities.
".viien Mr. Ne-nasan ealW r,t the state Departaseul
?n Krissy h.- vv;,. Inforaied thal Seeretaiy Foaler
*oar-i ira r.irn lmm*-d-it<-]-f aiton iii- return ii aa
?aatrla-a to Wasblnirtiii to-day. Mr. Foster expected
i're.rh the .itv- lr, ? c aftemo _, but wai detained by
bte trains until after ?; o'cl ck. He bad axed the
tfrar for the appotatment sith Mr. Meaaaaaa betbre
?tarin, buri Tkarvlay morning, al 7 o*eloeh to-night.
hut Mr. N.-uiimn-i failed to appear, although the
?>cr.-?sry arajted an i?,ur lor bim .mo" fearing tbat
?? miiht bare n.l?taken (he tin,.- ,*r posslMy been
fcLsinfonn?-il. be ..-ni bli -. .-i.'iaiy t., the li,t*-l to ba
wnn Mr. .v. iii,,;,),,, -u-.a be ?-- walting tn reecttre
Wm. lat Mr. SVuroann wai* not at i.l> boUt, so
Wat the li,-.-, view vu not bett
lil. srported, t',.' ti., annexation tr, aiy, arhleb bus
?wa favorjit.iy r.i.ui.ii io tbe ttoaate by the anani
?oaivot,. of the 'iinii,in..,. ,? Foreign it lattona, *\
^Ptthetof Mr. (;ray, ?iii be ronrfdered ai sa ax'gu
?JJ ^?-?(i;; ol the senate, to !?*? held
8-morrov*. \ reaoiirtlon baa bera sat st,
? li reported, aaklni for farther tefonaattoii
?sw the executive ,,., the attuatloa *,f again
tallsmaii far lh 1;,. ,,, ,tl,. senate, .mi 11 fat probable
"V*'*'*'' "i ? , i,,!,,.... v. |,|,1, cyuM li* t be J,r<
I-i-?, iu.,ln"' !" -'" ". *ltl> t'"- ir*atv when lt was
_*"??'??? sill l,e -.nt t? il,,. >.,,.it.- |? r.-opon ?? lo
?ac r> ia|
est i!_ ,',''' '""! "'"' Ml- Neumann luis Kall-tled him
ls ?? ii ll":"it|'"- al Hie Crsplt'il -Imo l,i- arri vu I
h*-._""s!. ; " !:'": u"''!- """ ,!"' '*"*' 't'1!*" "t tb
*J -.'Ik-.k, g,?.,.? ls ,?,, ..j ,,?. ,j,u -lion, but ll 1
r"u-?i !?? ,:. i,.- (0 i.. u_vi <i ?: tin- ultu inn-.,
Hi*_5i'r l? s;''1''> ,ll', ,,rl,:'''"' ",'"11 *** "'""'" ''
THEY WANT hawaii ANNEXED.
**W3M"I!i.i, vs (Kin KAVOK.S THE FJMMAOI
?f Tin: Till VIV sX ADDBiag HY
StTKKI VI'I'.NDKNT I'lilSTI g.
h* t'iiiMlenn (lui. held IN monthly i..tltifj
_ 8?*i?_ ;,, ,,,.. ?-;,,i,i?,u-... n?. *.-,,) Fifth av*
|^** b'til'li lu-.-Il,.,| ;,tid KruiiiK E. Kulin!.,- wuk
^?T- A rcioiution w.u- adopted leiiae.tlng Csa
? to Pas. Hi.- llawaMHii ir.utv und thus prevent
*___ l,riul" frf"" pening another Bermuda from
? Ja base h.-r uttacks In (?.,.(? "f war. The
j^Mtte,. ?.. ,.||j ;l|,| S|.(ll. .,|f;,|r, orT,-r<*d a I"*.
fc j *l.li 1; ii-.is unattlmouslr adopted, rondemidng
Bsli^>;'ir' l'-'l|";- li.nl.rlaliinient rom mit lee
AUu "tl"-!' Ilillior . on.tnlt'e s r.-JKII'tel ],!,, .'??
huCn p ,v-' ' '"'u m.-nu,.?!-, mid l?,-n e?cied.
*S L.imL* '''"'t. i h!ef of ihe (V||,i,s Km.-nu. piv'f
tV JC?__,",'t-' ,"11 "ii il;.- w.,ik ol his department
A\?L?**H' f"ll "f v.ihialil.
tfc2 r"<< of thanks t? Mr.
??rr*d. "'' "' ""
/ ?eRlKCE DAVID I.v nils CITY.
-J_Mf iMvid, of Hawaii, or David Kiwpiiatilioii
t? Mr. Forter w,,s j,;i-s.si bj the
lon a luncheon wits
) ^ -.... r. i,\\ii, if. linn VIII.
a^** ^a''!'!. of Hawaii, or David Knwpnankoii,
j^T" J Honolulu. us |?. prefers to be nilled While
: myln-t<'U"tl'v* :"'?*ived In New York last night and ls
' ** VM *'"' Vi'iorl;' Hotel. The I'l Ince came io
; tkaa^J**1 8,'Us ""'' l',ml Sevitaaua, the envoy of
' ?| ?/""!l ''"'"Itoliinl. mid his vl.lt (o New York ls.
Stein. ._'"' ^'''''V for Hr*- purpoae of shonplii!; mid
J* the sljth(h.
?Uitk^*. D*Vld ls ""' '"'P'"" "' '??<' !?'"?? I*'"-'
bu ^ '' "" *';i- *'lucati*|l In Han I'r.ursco, bikI
'?aaa-' hr:W "n> ""'"' I" f?*??'i- "'? I- iw.-iiiy
ijbet in u0"1' r,,ul lh'' Q"*'-'" W <i*ix''"i as was
mSM. ti- 0f "?^cession aftssr ti'' Frlnriss Kali,
H "? said In apeakiog to a\rHI>uJie reporter
that ho hop,.- ?n American* woaM refrain tram as
??tempi to pronounce hts mime, prince David added
that ire wished to be excused trow expresatni say
opinion on (iie Hawaiian annexation question lie
said, however, thal be boped the affair would b*
nettled a on. Mr. .Vannin:, would be in Nen York
on Thui-day and would dfceuaa tin- qneaUea then.
Prince David admitted that be had ir,.,i t? have
considerable amusement while ba was i? KewYork
but that th,- oom weather hal olmcai lakeo t,. Mea
o! pleasure out (,r his bead.
?YOU should eon,., to Hawaii.- he added: '? (here
we nave no coM or beat; iher. we have a iemnera
lure ihat is never below HS degrees aud novar above
85. ihai is di,, land to liv,- la."
ii 'V.'-", m',""' l"..'," '"' """""'"?d by C. M. c.ok.
II. M. t.llllK ami Jhoina- Wilklnton wnl'o in the city!
SAXTO DOM IX CO EXCITED.
TIIE PBOPI_S OPPOSING THE CONCESSION
TO AN* AMERICAN SYNDICATE.
RKVOIifTlON ALLEGED TO UK IMMINENT-SPAIN
M\Y si'.M) a PROTEST TO WASHINGTON.
Madrid, I>',.. -.'O.-The Minister of tho ColOOlea has
received a diapatek fruin K.Kinpuez Arias. Captain
Genera] of Cuba, st-ting that pi-r-nt popular excite
ment prevalla in -auto Doaringo, In eonBequeoee "f
the concession Of (he eaStOBBS, With an n, < ompanylns
gnat of hind, to an Am,Tie-in .syndicate, lien, ral
Men-aux. tho Prc-i.lcnt of santo Domingo, ls nerre?
ly denoan,.-d l,y Ci" people, and tiler- ls every -i.-n
.f a revolution bedng imminent. A Spanish var
Vessel hus left flit,;, for Santo Domingo lo prole, 1
Ppanlsb Interests In the Etepnbllc. Thc excitement
anion? th,* people <>r santo Domingo i- baaed on a
fear that the cooee .sion to the Byndleate la only a
prelude io an attempt hy th" United States upon
Dominican Independence. Ibe telegram from I ap
tain-General Arias hint- at Interference hy th.* United
Mates in Dominican affslrs.
The Minister of Ute Colonies has sent, a rabi" dis.
patch to the Captain 4 len,Tal Baking for specific in?
formation as to any action by the United Mites li,
lite matter, 'pcm ibo reply to this distich will
depend Ihe dedfjon whether or not th- spanish Hov
ernraent viii -ena n prot?--t io Washington against
any coarse on iii.' part ,.r th- United states thal
mil-,'!nhes mi,.!, or menaces th- Independence ->f Santo
FAN AMA CANAL (JONI HSSION* EXTENDED,
ACTION OK THK COLOMBIAN GOVERNJ1EXT-M.
M< M'ill. lCRT'8 DOPES.
P-aris. Keb. *-?).?Tlie Government nf the Repobbe
of Colombia baa granted a temporary extension ,,f the
P.m.him .'anal cont--,1 m. The extension is until
March fi. M. M r, lihonrt. the liquidator of fie
Canal Company, expects that the negotiation, in
progress wini th- i olombtan Governmeni will result in
a ,1-riiri!,- prolonging ot the conci don.
Dm th- diapateb mean to my Mar.!. :, In 1-U3, <n
in i-!*i? Probaldy the Utter, f. r lt would be hardly
won!, while io report iv coble the extension <>f mic!,
a big contract or con,.lon f-.r only live d:,\s. More?
over, thi t'l.li.tnMaii Congress had passed a law Riving
th- Pr?id.-nt of the republic the power lo prolong
for on.- year, If be thought it advisable, the privilege
nf Ute Panama Company. It mus: be retnemhesi-d
that Ute cai al concession w?s granted for twrlre years
111 1*7-* I." Kl.'ii'.-'anl Lack li Nupoleeii-ll.,1 iipai-t
Wyae, who transferred it tn the company >,f a kb
De Leaaepa wa- president. The ramil aol I avlng bern
opened aithln the apedlled time, the eoaeesaion would
have lapsed in 1830 if Lieutenant A'v-e, .it tli- r
ajueat of M. MoncMeourt, the liquidator, bad not i rn
seated to make one mure -if,,rt in favor of the en
t?rpris*'. tbs operation of which h- bsd n..t been per?
mitted i>y the crowd sroand De Leaaepa t*. n-perintend
in any way. li,* wen! !<? Bogota, where, tbanka t->
the high esteem \a which be w.n. held there, be *.i>
tnlned a prolongation of the con,- -inti until February
SIS, 1808. The eondllioni w<t- th-n i,v ihnt dar, t ie
reconstituted Company <>( Panama should bare been
orsanlzed, wini ample capital, u::'i ib aid bare began
spain in earnest tb- work *.f excavation. Home
si. it pecuniary sdvsntsgei were also granted to the
Cfiliimlriaa Uonsnaa-mt in aajahaaga lor ih*? ntienssaa
of the cone.---lon.
Non- of these conditions being futSIled hy UM
Panama Canal people, Colombia 1- entitled t- revoke
th- privilege On Iel,marv :-, l?'*:t, rivi, a- -awl iii
article <i *.l Ihe protoagatlon ti*-.,'v obtained by M.
Wv--, "lo ? titer into jue-,-ion without WI] Judicial
d.-, isl..ii or any Indemnification of the rn rk Itself of
the c?nni and Its annex," or contingent pioperty.
Thia i- ir. a<c ,ni also with article l.-| ,,f the original
. oi,tra. ( of concession, signed In 1878. lr*
lombtan Government could thus lawfully re-enter
Into possession of the lands which ii gave to ihe
Kunama, Company, and could alao tahe '-vcr the bl
i.r's eatabUshments, working material, an<i i
ready excavated poetion <>f Ihe .anal, from which
53,(300,000 cubic metre- have 1,. cn removed, li i
trne. as said above, thal the PreBtdent al I ?
maj grani one more year t" tbe comnanj In which i"
execute U.s already extended cone, don. Il ?? '"
prol'.'i!,!- that be baa adopted this course, 'hoogfa Ihe
ca!,I- dispatch is nol precise in l-l i-.ard. Still,
h<- mav have derided t" gmnl only a delay ol five
days in order t" awiill a final iii.-s-.-iL'.- "f iii*- ll,|iiMat?r,
M. Mon. hi. .ni t. who a.i- rather Itidilferenll.T lu Ihe
Miller, and who -nt loo tardily M. Mange, his
representutlve, (., ask f'.r *,n,; more prolongalioo ol
tho concession. _ _
PRESIDENT OP THK FRENCH SENATE RESIGNS.
Paris, ye},. 20.?M. Philll|.j.*' Kile I.e. Royer li's
rwdgned Ibe presidency of tbe Senate on accounl <>f
Ii is r. port-d tbal M. Le Royer'a resignation v ,
forced upon bim by a political clique wbo prop. ?
auiking M. Ferry lil- r-u.-c s.?-. Ih-y i-ll-v. ir.r
M |.- Boyer would I- unequal lo the demand* made
upon bim by the trial ol M. 1 aili:,ut, ex .Milli ter 'I
pui.llc Works, for BceepUng Punumu bribes, mni ihey
i,-. id M. Ferry ;,s He strongest mun for his place
daring the proceedings._
M. Le RVryer waa i."rn at Geneva, Swllaetland, on
.nine -27. ISIS, hu parents being French Proteattnts.
ii,, removed to France and became a stember ?f the
har in 1871. Hs awi sleeted to f*a. Assembly from
ti,- Depottment of the Rhone, snd took bia seal
win, Ute Republican Left li** rapidly rote t.. i-olit,
uni prominence, and ?h< afterward elected senator.
RUMORED Pl r.POF.'dlDKIM TII'.sioPK-l'iN.
Paris, Feb. SO.- There sra rum,us that Deputies
Joaepb Retnach, Floejaet and CSemencelM are about
to rtsdgn their eeata.
DEATH OF AN IMPLICATED ITALI.** DEPI rv.
Rome, K-b. 80.- ,'-|. ni *? z-ri'i. wt,os- nan,' hus been
prominently conaeeted atlb the bank scandals, i- dead.
A o,tumut, - of Ihe cii.iniUr ,'f Deputies reci-ntlj
i*rported rn favor ol delivering Deputy ZerM i" Ibe
Public ! r., .eui,,r. t-. be deal! with m the conri on
Hie rbsrge <-( having received lari-'- bribes lo Induce
trim t? support the Interests <>! the Banca Roman* In
legislation. lerbl I known to havs been pb] b illy.
aa w.-ii as mentally. steeled by the pi naper! of raclhg
a ],i.!.lie pro-eriilUrli. Ill-* d-alli, li-v-rtl,-l.--, excite*
surprise similar lo lhal caused in France bj the death
of Karon H.ln mIi. lerM was Bccnsed nf having
received 400,000 francs within three years from Ihe
Banca Bomana; and Signor Seem, a bwyer, was put
und.r mr. si, on Ihe chare.- ?i bavtag been an toter
,.nan between /.rid and Ike bank. The death of
/,?,!,) iicd only removes one ot lb. n,..-t proi.Mil
men accused, hui "I-" deprives thu (.ovenmu nt ol I
valuable source of evidence.
,.1,AD>H!N1*. TO BE A GI K-TAT W1ND-"RI" DAY
K,,,:d',n. Fob. _(>.-Mr. and Mrs. ?iliid-i?r,- will be
entertained by lbs tineen ai JJ'tod** tomorrow.
They will return to London on WednesSa..
COMPENaATION FOR BRHBITTO BRA SEALERS,
beadon, Pta, -'"?- Tbs wpplemi-tary eivtl aarvlea
eaUmatea com,in un ii*'m ,,i ?00,000 tor lbs earn
ensaUoa <*f BehrtagSea Beaton tor josmdae to lab
.lay in iii-r-iiigiiii* a* ssadaa vivendi in l-i?i.
_ ? ??
BBttMHTATION OT THI POBT1 lOtTMl CARIRET.
Kishon, BUU, '-'?.- "wins: ks th** IsllBsa ?f tba
r?ii,s ti, spmrjea taa Saaaela] schemes ,.f the
Ministry, the CaMnet hus reatgaed.
( H1U TO CKDE A PORT TO MUTTA.
Mendoza. I'.h. IB. The n-vvs ?f (he rel urn from
V'alparalao of Doa Anlseto Aros, ra-Plwddeal ol
I-ollvla. lo (he Mpttol "f UsM n-publl* . la Coupled
v.|, I Ihe nllll'Mlllcemenl Of his success 111 cffoctPlC
a -,,,ci?i aaikssaadsr spca hebaH al imiivia .-, krasty
,f peric, and alllnmc with Chill. Whenby the la(t,r
Utmmlmt agreea to cede toa former a jawt npoa
'.ihe Paclllc und to arru, equip Md lm.lr,ict (h,
1 Su>-I?n National Militia. B^ivU titus become* rig.
tully the vassal of chin, catting al a stogie , ike
in- iii-i.,iic;,| ip., ,e|ll( h r,)r?,ei|v made her the aily
of Peru and Un Mend of the Argentine.
CABNAGE IN A MOORISH CITY.
RUMDREDg OF LIVES LOST IB '\ C INFLICT DK
TWK.I.N- CITIZKXS AND MARAUDER-*
Tangier, Ken. 90^-The rshek foroed sn entraaes
to Wazan os Wednesday fo- the purpoae of looting
the etty. When all wnre within th- walls Ibe etti.
/?n- closed the gil.- and attempted to aanthlk-ti
attacking force. Tke streets weie teene* ol ar?
rffla earnaga for four hours. Hundmda of persona
Wi ra killed.
STRANGE ABSENCE *?F M. BOURGEOIS*. BON.
Parl-. K-i'. 20.?a Biarked sensation bu been caused
in i De but day or two by Hi- mysterton, disappear?
ance of ii," teven ye.ir old s?? ,,f m. i;.,,>> _..?,_..,
Minister of Justice. Th- I,,,*- i- a dav pupil in the
Lycee. Og Batarady morning be ana taken to the
school ns usual In his father's carriage, and rrom
lhal ilin- no mus o! him enid ba lound until to?
night, whm he rciiirm-41 to bia fatbers'a bouse.
All explanation of hi- absence I- withheld. M. Boarg-rd
i? aald io bara been in deep distress, aa ll wa- reared
tuat some person accMed or anapealed "f crime bad
tal.en iii- child aa a hostage, in order to compel the
Minister <>f Justice to cm- to terms, <>r that th
child had been carried mi win, murderous talent.
i'll- opinion gained ground until t i
toat tb** <iiiid hail been abdacted by
Anarchists, win, a view t,, dHerrlag th"
snthortllei from taking t.even steps against
Francois, the Anarchist, who waa extradited from
Loudon on the charge ol baring been concerned lu
,;'" dynamite ea.sion in ihe Vet] restaurant, where
Ravacbo] wa. arrested.
AMERI4 A\s AT THK PRINCI OP WALES* i.i*.\ rr,
Landon, Feb. ?-?... Minister Llneoln ric rnted wm
i.nu Waldorf Astor and Lieutenant Commander v. ,
s. Cowies, il,- recently appointed naval attache <>! the
American Legation, t,, u?. punce of Wa!.-. .?? itu
levee held tu day nt m. j.i:,, ..- i?.,i;,.,. i,v ,|,,. ).,.,, ,,
REDMOND DISLIKES THK FINANI LAL CLAUSES,
London, F*-!,. 90.?John B. Bedcsond, ParaelUte,
says nat ti,,. Bnancial clauses of ti,- 11..m.. r_ic bU]
are stiii Om .atlsfartnry io tbe ParneUltea than waa
Mr. Gladstone's representations of them.
A SENATOR choses IS NORTH DAKOTA.
Till". LEGISLATURE KIN M.KV ELECTS W. v
B0A1 ll, \ DI M I RAT.
Minneapolis, Feb. -.'".- A >!i patch from Blsmar :..
N. I)., to -1 'ie Journ .I" ,,v 1 Demon
lins been elis 1. d. Hi nani" i; \V. ni:.
Winiam n. 1: icb, the n< -,v s. n itor from '
Drii.''.,. i n native ,.f Loudon County, Va., and li
fiflj three yeai old. ll,- marri ?! Ihe <i lught, 1 ol .1
Washington physician, th- late Dr. Ueberuumn
bore bim f*.ur <-i.lldr-n before ber death. 1 ? ? 1 I
lu- si,:i>- ar.>w ai Georgetown I'ollcge. ll
for -"'ii" time cashier of tbe tilla, ' N'ailonal Rank
"f Washington, lui went nwai st?oul twelve v, ,r
BgO and t<".i* up his re idell,*? in '.r rid j . '*. IK,
v, ,:> re h< ,',-, I'M 0 ? ? ? till busbies . :, arni al,
extensive wheal growi r.
THE AFFLICTIONS OF KANSAS.
1.',VI RNOR I.I VVI 111 ?,'. OUT I*. \ v MINT
--'?Kl KI. *iN'i BOB! H is Till STA! 1 IIOC8
Chicago, K.i.. SO.?A dispatch from topeka, Km.,
mya: Tba real facts ?? to bow 11,,,,! ? <\ > ? avoided
in Kansai ar- now eumina I, light, and 11 ??
thal lt vvhs .', 11,11, . , ,ii than nin I 1.pie are
av nr, of. a ,.,.*. rii? - I ? r ? lllllfl I ll
nature to the pi-aee measures within twenty n
after be bad Ignis] them. I'pon maring *,f
tenthill. Mr. ru',) I .,,i. ..! Wv n ',, le weal ',. I,lin and
-aid : " 1 ,,,v ?:',,!. do In
lake v.,!,: nam. fr im I 1 ;?? r I Gov* rn,,r
?i; v. r-d thal br had signed ll
mistaken Mea , Dwi ld to have been willi k m.
nnd told him that I nrglvi
Ulm and possibly gr would not es, Iroul le,
-,, be de. id. ,1 t" ??! idra 1 fi ? mi ni. Mr.
' tbl on then r.i'i '?, b U
huiii your signature from th* pap rill l?*
I ,xhi nun killed within twenty a
will be om- ,.f in*m. li.- Ibm 1 n idj I
for Hs rights. lt will lol
II ? , be, "? I, old tbe m
-.ri:.'.mt- at .ilin Bli' P "!'. ml Will nr
Kherlfl cannot control his men 1 1 ? outside murfa
hing.-r. The fight will Ugltl ., Dun 1 you ,v l?,
and lt will begin In this corridor In rr,.nt n
ottee. 1 i yon nr.- doini ? Gov* r; ? r I ? I
Ung r-in !i'd .'ut bl band sud dd: "(Jive me Ibe
palier. I.- 'it Land.*1 I ilone nt ? ? l aa .
Topeka, Kan., Feb. BO i
i ? ng gave out s
w lille Hie K pilhlli SHS ni*' * Inr,, ? a III 1
? '?, i i , |., llevc Dial th,
lii(|Ulry will ? -' .bil h thai thc P ??
loil Ighl ??: lh. "ii- |tn at rilli il In thi ?
nnd i ,uiic eli; i.i I,. e In Its po leSHlon.
That ,---. n'i ii i ?? lh, pi mitton of ibe I' ip il '
House." "I" *vip' '.*' out "f ? BJ]
ur,. ? the <ia lanlly and fal i
K.'pilbil' . ti when Ihey precipitated Ihe late in lii
Hol,." The <."V.-ri.' T <! ? L ff. UlC H .j,rein ?
( -uri now !?! ',?. '?'! Un* I ia pu ? <l bj Ihe I
lln o Invalid w,,m.! ic t .
Ki ,--t parttain demand* aili fai-e xx wave i | ,
dlgnailon unpurall-led Inc** ihe day. wlo-n th- ii-hmsI
,,,, Jadge I'- rlllan wa* followed to ihe ma If,r4d lij
an outraged people, where u,-y beril him with laves
lo mab* him a rend, and Illili exulted ul li Ju < bul
shocking execution.' ri ? I it, m nt .,. i (Jos
.?rii'.r found hlm.s-lf COnfronUd by th.- M.'iltf "f
*!..i.vi,,e County, mil a bord* -I drunken, rufl
deputies, uni largely lo be from Missouri, while iii,.
minmi of th.- Mil" ion whoa be ha_I io relyl Brew
nil.-,..-I io a man stained through and through arltii
Ifeaaon. The reaalt ams thal while be made term,
be dil it Jost as ihe i iih.i. rn-ii at For! Sumter r cog
nlsed Jeffer*i*- i?_vi- or m. loyal people ,.f Lawrence
4\ human .kuli and cnMs-t-ones banging over a
door In tl-- mun corridor ol the Stale Hou* attracted
mu. I, attention thia morning until ii was removed hv
.se, i, t.,iv .,i stale 0 borne. .'?' '?'??'ll :i u an '
pointed i" mr in ' iii'ti"ti >? hie i rend: -iii i.
ventured Uki nc up. "I ervi lil lute. Salte: ' in
Ihe tl m.r l..'-,i... i li wa- ii I !.'?? v..li-,, wide open alu!
parti) filled willi I um.hi !""i'
I .... Popull t ii,,u ,. m, tr, iifl, ii!.i iit :; '.'' 1 - i.
In ti,,, south ! intern, ni t onldur ol i <? Hon biiibl
lng. < mp ii'< i h wi re bi ?:. I ? '
m.,nillir- living ni' Ihe rorrldor. An imp lng
wu m.-!" for -i" uk* i l"." more u.i pine lumie r
; .,,) u |, >,. phil lorin wa made for Hie clerks ol t ??
il,,n ... So provision vi.,- made for reporter.. I ?
,i.-lv- of ihe m. in Im rs are nien ly lib i i.' I hw
.,,?, .,,.,. ,,,, nty ll ? he v Ide. Km Ii ? !? I. ? HI he
i,..,! bj t:,i,,, me ni I h . - bi i lb, j are bi range I to I
n.vvs With aii al 1" betwet n.
MABVBTIEIXtl FU RX AC BA COMPLETED.
Bethktbem, Penn., Feb. SO (Special!. l"o-daj atarkt <
an Impertanl alage In the projrr* -f t ?? N'avy De
part men Us detormlnatlon lo se are superior armor
plate . Th" trials In tills rountry nnd Rurope i i '
1.,-t year have demonsti tt?*d th exri Ib-nre tr) ? ?
llarveyiaed plats*. The Deportmeni contracted with
t:- Bethlehem Iron OoatpaB) "or ibe em lng ol -* *? ?'*
Harvey tart-are*, im December SO Hw .ponj
in-, inls.'d Hint tWO "f ll.Veo furnace* ibould -
eoillplet, ll ill two loni'-, two liane lu fair III"'!1
and all seven In Bia mrr,- fi. m.il date. I'.'.liv
wa- iii- date for i ie *m*pb-llon "f Ibe tiwi two fur
,,.,,,,.. guperintendrnl Lriberl Ibis m siring pru
,?,iiiii--i them lilli-!.-1 sud Inrilrd itaeir Inspection I"
Ibe (iiiveriiiii*ni oil."':-- stationed here, nni their com
Diction was also reported ta tbe Department. I ?
new furn .cs ar.- -lu,pier In rnli.trucllou ant superlur
lu beating faculties ta the tU ?*n".
/)/?. cit av ess SECOXD TRIAL PIXED.
Denver, COL, Peb. -" The leeond trial af Dr. T.
Thatcher Bravea for the alleged murder ol Mrs.
Barnaby in- been ari tor Maj 23. MeanwbU, I
pl.,.r win I'tualn In IsB, hartog rafuaed aU B-fera
of ball. _m_
BOT UEF.LY Ut StccEElt HR BOBVIX OBBEX
chicago. Feb. go Upsets!] A d! patch ff m Row
York today -nil lt mu r-iportad thara tbs) Cxdonel
Xl. C. (I'.w.iy, vic. ? pr.-lil.-iit BSd gem ml super?
intendent of Ihe Westers Unton Tetagrapb Company.
. lalh u. -d In this elly, wolli! s icm c' D,-. '..""ii Bl
pr,-id.iit of ih" Company. >' ama aewi to all
telegraph people ls this city, and the majority of them
Were lactlned tO diseredll IL C"I"M"I (luwry-s ekM
clerk Mr. Mason, said that uoUiing bad been h_rU
ot the iiory b-Ior*. and he tt-ottUA lu trutl..
IN THE HANDS OF RECEIVERS
DOWNFALL Ol- REA DIN CPS TOOL.
A DAY OF INTENSE EXCITEMENT L\ WALL
THK P.!COP.n OK Tl'. Wi-\, TI ONS IN* STOCKS
BBOEEE?REARLY 1 MM.000 -RARES I BARGE
HAM, s_ Tm; CEXERAL MA BRET BOBS
Till: STRAUS WELL VARIOUS I X
PLAS ITI0X8 OP rn i "i.i.vp-i:.
When the doors *.f the stock Exchange doeed
a' '' o'clock yesterday afternoon the rQBOrd bad
ben written of one of the naost remarkable and
eventful days known in the history of Wall Street.
A lieut railroad property had been placed in rho
banda of reeelrers for the third time within rIiir
teea yean, nearly 1,500,000 iliarce "f itock had
-hanged hands, hundreds of thousands ol dollars
had i.n loot, excitement almost unparalleled had
nil,-,! on the Boor, and yet the large lluctnations
bsd been confined t" three or four stocks, the ien
eral market ha.I remained Brm in the tai.I a
panic nt special iles, and no business embarraaa
lneiits had ixs'ii rep irted.
- '?\_f'_P,?_ :*' s_>
PRF.SIDF.3fT M'KI oi).
tSenreely dre weeks sgo President MeLeod in
his annual report t" ti?*? stockholders of the I'hila
dclphia and Heading Rai'road Company stated
thal full Interest nn nil "lass,.., ,,i preference In?
come bonds had Iicen enrned snd would be paid,
-'im' ling which had not lieen dune for years, that
the road araa In a most health) con* lit ion, and
that tho future waa full ol promise. At that time
I;* a.iitig stock was selling sa high as ;,i 1-4.
Four days san it brought 48 3-4. yesterday
thousauds of shares were disposed ..t at 28 i-i, a
,I.-.'.ure in liv- -ve.- "i ?: !--. per cent, and in
tour day* ol l- ', - i?*r cent. The lowest price
'.? st.-i'i,', -,- :- 28, and the closlnq i|iiotatioo was
,? ? - - for tl*, 'la* ol ?'. ?'.-- rj?e| c.'Ht. The
total decline from the highest pries ,| loteil on the
famous I ??'?: mr) ii a your ago, when the Reading
???i.iiiiiiii"" wa- formed, area exact . ... j-i cent.
Till PAT Bl r.IJfg ia l X 1 I BREST
Th" Moi, i;\. h.-iti.e opened ywterday arith a
surging and excited crowd of brokera struggling
f..r position si >nnd the Beading standard, Al?
li.,,st rn, tlie instant that tho chnirman'a garel fell,
thousand* "f shares "i st'., k worn thrown ? n the
market l ? on Saturday was at :>>. r.-s,
mil tits* nominal opening yeeterrit.) waa -it :'>'>, but
the rn-li lo s-ll wa- -.. great that it was liai'l to
my a i" tl ? i er not tbe small block of
share* whl brought thal wa, reall*
- 'I .| i -iou' tlie price li id reached .1".
lier,, seemed t<> he n.* regard (or prices II
wa- .imply a stru le In -??e vv!io c.ul.I ?_,.? rj,|
,,f th" stn* '.< tii?t. Small -I" ignored,
an,| lfTo<ks "! *i?.tii '1.01*11 to ll.. shares were
? , ?? ., > n.,'ii'i imv ;,t any
l i - l ? ? ir, th- lii-f hall
I t!.nd "i the li rsl hu linns
had rea heil I . ires _fti r tl ?? ln-t
violent fluctuations lhere was i littlp moro
?I. ii ;? :. tin. . !i the exciti
still ran l i th, .".I up to 13 u - lo '. tin* lowest
l ri e quote l wsa 211 t ?? 1.f f!> mill
i ii lm r lirol r.a'h.-1 the .iti|ii'"-.-'l.'iit.-'l -im...mt
.,t ,.'.'..,io shares, aa aguinat Mt,718 sharai lor
the two hours oi ' - !?? -- "'i Ral inlay.
; ? ? - ll- in I'll (I II* I* Ipi.la -I the aril' ? ?
? o| Hu "? rec i-1 r- tar the i root t ty, A. A,
\|,|..,.T, I ila ul l'.iv.s,,,, and K I' Will ir, rame
,,i.t i.n, an I a lille lt drove tal - still
lower it marked the rt inls "! the .la.*, and serviil
ihut to alla) 'I"' '"" i(. nt. liefweeai i .
;, an,I the chasing hom tic v.lune iii hurd
iem waa -'ill large, -c.,'liing the t..t il lor llie
,l:i\*- work i'i Rer.din. (*? B.*i8,0.10 sliarea. The
iran-1' linn on 1', i i : nv ll, ! Ntt2, wero 51 1,708
.bares, I'rie, - duri i. the nftorniNin tln>pi>e I ?*?*.*?
times to 28. i ',ai 'I ti mal mil st'ti lily i clow
:;o most "I tho lime, nilli i'i ! nb ive lin in the la-t
hall (.'.ur. tlie Bn il - ile for the day ' elna ms le
al that ii ure Had Readin ( l"-"'i eliminate I
from tlie situation, anil the rest ni Ihe market
i, | neil du- same coiin*e that ll did with thar
specialty In rh- Brid, tlie record!* of Hie Exchan ??
wonM -till iiave shown .< lair day's buslnei**,
am iintim to 109,478 shares. Tl.mbined
t.,t il wa- 1,457,508 sliarea, Uk* largest atnoitnt
f,,r one .I iv in the history ol thi Exchange. The
la: ?l pi-vioiis record, 1,11."..'"'" -ham-, wa?
in.I'l- a var ago, at the time ol Reading's acnaa
tional ri*** on the announei>i.t "i tlie l**i-inr *>i
the Sm .i-i?v Central snfl Lehigh Valley roads
by that ambitious ciirp(*ration.
lh.- slaughter ol Reading atoek waa equalled
univ bi the carna ?? In the other securities ol the
company. Tlie railway bontl marbi*! al the SI ick
lA,-han.'.? '.v -s id minuted bj the activity sn I
I iq ii illation in tin* joni'.i :?-.I I.'" ulill , I lie
total i on I rah - tar il ?? tiaj sggregatcd moro than
-.i.oiio, pu- value, anti .-"in. thing like Bve
I) ft hs "i this am ant wsa due t i the upei it tons
iU ii,. i:.., |n -. nritli i ftimllelinn, Ihe eon:- ?
,,, the stock tlie '"'i.'ls were Hung uvertai ir I
? t|j reel le-- dlweganl <>l prl.r
BTnount. Fluctuations were i per cenl Bpiri at
.. ,,,1 a range "I '? or ?'( pei c ni was eo\ered
within u haili hour. I he Readin i rn ral mort
., ... li mtls fell i" 77 1-4 sn I al 78 1-4 ahowe I
i ,,-t lons -I . 7-8 .nt. file in il pi i ?
in( ,,.;,.- ;. ii to :," sn I tie ti mill* il to 5*3 I- -'. a
n,.i ],,? oi I, I pei i-ii;. Thc s' "fl incomes
dropped i" '?'? I - :'1'1 ,,;i1"1 ?'? '-'-' l"'1 ,'""t lower
,, 3? ].'.. rh,, i,,,v. -t ..in,- ? ,,i thc thirds waa
-.'-. af.l after rallying 2 l-l brr cenl the lad
quotation showed a n-r declii.i 7 l-l per
,,,.,,, 11?. Jeterroil laconics sold st 8 l-l sn-1
ended down 11-2 per cent al P.
. r\ui UTT1 "!' THE Ol RERAL M IRK ET.
Not t]?,. !,-.,-! i-ip ?! I..,ii',? feature ol ti," Mtuatl ,,
ve-ti'i'l.iv waa ti1- st il ilitj ol i u genei il mark.'
i? th- ii- "i tl, ? pal lc In Beading, and ? hal
would Lav- been coittdtlererd bj Itself sa slmosl
? ^^ ? n \ h. in Pa ide. \< wA ork and N w
l-'.ii-l.nnl nsturallj i.? I Rea ling clo d'. an I
iSropped In tin i'i-t hnlf-hour ii na I" t,, :: i i-.,
lint if (h- Reading -vt'li ste waa forces] to un
I ,al all ita l. 'hil'; -. lhere were thi i ? standing
liv wh i were anxious t" acquire New-England, and
all the -t . k offered was quickly taken, f-jrning
the prto' to 10 5-8 al theclose. Northern Pacific
preferred, which dosed on Satui lay at 183-8,
broke tn r> l-l at tke opening, snd aokl down to
ii, elostng st ii ii. with ? net lom <>f I 1-8
Delaware, Loekawanns and We-t.th and New
Jersey Central also sillier,ol heavy I oases, bul
outride .1 these atoeka tlie leelinea wen small,
n.i in Many ea ft net in ireaaea a itt thasrn.
(in th.* 1'oti.soli lat,il stock sud Petroleum Ex
ehange lue trading "a.- also beary, gad much
excitement prerstkal Foin i>r..k-is w ire anablc
t,, tin-et ti,-!' obligations snd waga gtispogaksl
_Uv_- han J. cnty-luur hours to ma ko their aet
tlementg in, and it is thought that all will ba
nhl" to pull through. They aro "vT. E. Russell,
CL S. El.et. li. W. Daria sad 1. 3, Delaney.
IRTERE-TIXG QUESTIONS KNAS.-AVKUKD.
When til" day's trading and excitement were
o'.-r th* qaestiona winch every one waa Baking:
"What, bas asttsed it gil?" ami * Wh. re has the
eontrol of Sending lodged?" were left onnnswered.
No om* was able to do mure than speculate on
(he subject. Tbe tirsr snswrer that BURprsted its-If
was that tbe Mo**a*an-Vanderbilt Interests, which
had bean antagonised by Mr. McLeod during big
year of ambition and power, had taken advantage
ot the tight place in winch they knew tl.,' Beed?
ina syndicate to if, and lind precipitated the eol
lapse for the purpose <>r wresting New*
fork a ml New-England, and possibly thc Phils
lelphla .uni Reading Itself, from the hsnda of
the daring management That th** control of the
rom! bud passed from weak into t*tron),r hauls
everybody beUered. J. Pierpont Morgan, how?
ever, declared positively yesterday that the situ.i
lioti *.i affairs la connection arith Rending as mani?
fested last friday was u saudi a surprise to him
as to an*, body else: thar he had trnt bought or sold
u t*in;:io share of the sto-k, and could nsake bis
denis] absolute tbat h<* had had anything to do
with the terrific raid on the securities, n,. ,?*,
pn.I himself also bs unable to give ? dear na?
son for th,* break, exci ? * r as ? mere collapse of a
_io_i Bpccutative venture.
TALK AB, il THE TROUBLE.
,V>w perons in New-York who are dose to the
Reading management and are supposed to know
its aeerets could !>?? induced t>. exprem sn opinion
on the situation. Their general idea teemed to
be, however, that tho trouble all came from tho
magnitude "f the operations that the syndic it.?
had tried to carry our witli ., limited capital, lu
order to Boat their immense acliemes ol acquisition
in New-England territory it became iiee.~-.ry tor
the poo] to carry their own large holdings <>i
Rending on very narrow margins. I..-i-t week
en M.ine of their loans were unexpectedly
called a sacrifice of stock became the only tarana
of meeting the dem,md, and its appearance on th'
market start**! mic? downward This, ,,i course,
either reduced "i wiped out some ,,i the margins,
and more stock had to go. The result was that
the downward movement became a flood and swept
on with terrific fore.', carrying everything before
ir and stranding the company high and dry on a
receivership. As one banker, In speaking *.i the
ami.iti..ns of the pool, expressed it, "They have
been spreading it out inn thin, and tho day of
reckoning had to coin- sooner or later."
What Induced the holders of Reading collat?
eral tn e,ll the lil-' luau- is not clear, hill there
i- little doubt that Mr. McLeod's policy of
paying the Interest on the company's Income
honda with borrowed money had a large in
Buenoe lo flu* matter. A well known Lanker
-aid yesterdsy that conservative capitalists and
money lenders would naturally look wirti sus?
picion upon any Institution which .should borrow
targe sums of money and begin paying it out ss
interest -ii income bouda It might be reason?
able to borrow money to pay ..tl mortgage bonds,
or even t<> pay Interco! on them: but lt did seem
like an evidence ol i ol management of financial
affairs t<> negotiate loans tor any such purpose
ss Iras been slleged was .lone ?*.,>? the Reading.
Another cause for the apprehension which tool*
lu,ld ot the speculative mind was the deereeas
in earnings for January The reasons ar-.-i'--ti4' i
fur tin- de, mis., grow ont of the severity ..I the
winter, which has Mocked navigation sad re?
tarded froiaht movement t*. sn unusual degree.
Ih<? conditions manifested themselves, ir was
said, in a marked way rn tho operation of the
Iv-.-..lin.- company since the icveroly cold afld
stormy weather net m. Thc stock began to
I*.-, pie looki-d around for rcaaotv-, They
ssw the lc i Seed ear' itt.s and th'-v took alarm
Holden ol the stock operating In behalf of the
syndicate culled for Inerossrd margins, In such
a in p-r rent margin la f'"t considered a
?..?rv - ie. .md ih" speculator would have
rerillv no reason tu look upnn a call for '.'" nr -"
per cent n hlitfonal a- unjustifiable in the circuni
siai, ,-, l,,t il li.*' vv,-i'" widely spread in his
? ..'??? i|i| lind it rath ?! 'lilli, ult, perhaps,
t,, put dp th- required uniount. In th* llarht
ol such il.?veinpine,it. th. who had negotiated
call lonna In tl..? ? would Lsd much Uko
exercising th.-ir privilege and getting th.-ir money
lek US -" li H - p"-sil'|e.
si vi re . mri i-m \ ,-, wantis ?
More -"\:'i" criticism than thia <>f Mr. Mc?
leod's management waa not lacking, however.
I'er., were those in the Street who held that
payment of Interest on the income honda with
I.-.i-,,vv,ni in,.nev was only a sample and not th *
worst ol tin* mi .ta mu.client, lr wa- asserted
thal Mr. McLeod had given rn much nf his 1.
t'. .level..pin,' his "ie it plan of conquest thal h"
li ul i;,,t i.ii able ,,, Imik properly after tho
Interests ol fha Reading itself, and that iii- huIi
,,idin ii-s wei- mani?estl*. Incapable. As a ox
ainple ot thi-, in the nperutinu lepartment nt
t.'iiti n wa- cill.-d to the fttct thal the rood hal
, Mi.nact" I t" tlellver a large ann,nut of coal re?
cently and had laren 'main,* i,, do -". makfiig it
- 'i-v for (he purchaser to go to nth, i i om
p.mi.- ind I,uv enougli i" supply his dallt ms-_s
? w mu", for the Ri ii ling, li was ,(|s,, k\\ I
that the system "i bookkeeping waa bsd an-l
tailed t.i -how maturing oldiuations until their
piiymeni wno due, thus irivinq to the compfiny'a
-iai."i"!,t- a mi .l-adinu if li 't a fal** showing.
t 'n rm -itv ii ? to th- ultimate contr il of S'ew-\ irk
iud Sow l'.ii-,1a.id w i- lust ? ,- <?:...-I ,i- that r-.ni I
init I.'- i.Iim . 11? lr" lh** trans', en, ms, ni Read I na
were en >i nc us and went far l.-v.uid tho*, in any
oilier stock, bul then New Rngland was by m>
me_n* nosh?< t"d. lt .to*nl third on the li*t with
d.-aliii-s in 220.127.116.11 shaies, heine kent lr nu mt.,!) I
i,lac ? al' hy Sugar, which waa tra leil in actively.
\-w End md -pined at I", having "l-s-d at
ll |s "il Saturday. T'rie-s quickly vv t
down to ."' I 1-2, a Iocs of ."> 1-'.' oat
rent. Later ii recovered au I closed ar IO ,>8,
a net I.I 1-'-' l-t cent lh- 1I* ? W.IB
taken by cinnj to mean thal what not ? few r.*
..nd,,I ..- tl- rill ?',. of the bear campaign
.- ,i;.;,li-!n ?? Th rt i-thal \"V. I ai. lan I ll id
'e.n iron-lit int , and* where Mr. Ml.I enid
no I* ti-'-r touch lt. The Rending int-n-t had had
to drop it with the I' -.din: holdings til.selves.
,!u-t where ll had -??''' ww the piizzl',
KVER1 BOD! - I IRST 1 ll"! '.ll I*.
Th.. Ural thought ?f every hod) was ,,t Plernont
Morimn. Tills was natural!) Ihe cane. Tlie win,lc
campaign had hen laid ar lita doer. Mr. Morgnn
,n I tim Vaiid.-ri'ilt- certainly <lid not want Mr.
Mcluixl in control "i the New-England, an I lt
va- quite evil-iit that h" was n.,t iii control.
Whether Rending had hei'ii forced down t.. ruin
him and drive linn from tta" li"!d w.i- questioned,
inn that lu* hal '???? n driven from the Held ia far
as conipetifion with thc New-York, New-Haven
a.id Haili,ir I was i..Tiled, dil nor admit "l
tiiuelt doubt. I he "niv dnuhi was whether *>r nut
ere possible for un)' of lila friends tu have
lioii-lit up tl.*- New '?" lund stock thrown on th**
?ll H K. I. and o'"*, lil 'd its laMltlr llltO other hall I.
?tome thought it poMsihto titrti the Parsons int'Test
lllLIlt have il'.elea-"! il- llollllllgS to prevent t|;e
n I laveu pc pie ""in gel m."_ control,
i i o-i ',- t i harlen .'urson*, of tlu> New-Eng
land, hew,-, cr, ni answer to a t|i|"*tioil whether
the stock had ta"en hotiuhl In hi- Intereat or not
and whether ur not h- knew ir Drexel, Morgan
M Cu. had bought N'-.v-Kn- I in I, said to a
I'i ilium- reporter: 'Then* have h.-en no r.irtre
il.icks .,r New-England bongl i in my Interest t.,
my kii"wI,"i???-. I know uothina a- to whether
or not Droxel, Morgan A fo. have purchased snj
si.?,?;,.?' Mi. P?r ons tieeline; to -av anythlny
further atamt tlie situation. Tho _roera] opinion
was thar Mr Morgan was ill control.
Fi 'ti. k Edey, "i il ll Hollins A Ca., mill:
? I i .||..\.. that the New-E -hurl stock has been
i ruell ? ->? I In the taterest "i v--.v [laren, and thal
Mr. M.-l '"I has I-,-* nil Ids hold there. The
Morgan Interest sod tlie Pareops S*iterest I think
uiP hariliolii'e. Mr. PSrSOPS did lU't Brant the
pondi' - lo get control, and ant *?fforta by Mr.
m,,i'an * pi *veni it would h,rn. be snta_*o
ni/",l 'v Mr. Psraooa. I do "ot believe, however,
,i at Mr, Mir an is ro-.pnt-rihle tor Hie '>!-??>'- In
Reading, I* i- -ail thal h" Ita* hid **o l-?!*'??
io if >nd thor-* I* "o r-f-". , t,, 'out,' (hat thar i
.... Tltp great bulk o' ihe s*nrk thr.**-,. on th ?
tn-n'.-e' eotw from Phi!"'"' -lia. T '.eli..*-,* ir
will Lc toned that the PoJan and Wanamaker
i opie I.- un',,' |,~i t '??? w- *'? ,t some '?? ar
?v-re c-M'i In her" which !-?; tn the throwlni o*
Ur?? hlreka nf Read ina en fe the nv***k**t. ??" 1
?'mr fhe '.ul.' carne her'* from PMIadHnhta
t nu ance the unloading waa from Philadelphia
Who unload s| I h..ve no ?n?"'il ' of Icnw''". I'llt
I Lelieve if W,l- t'"' R.lirflS fr ??'. i.'-a-liti"
ought t- i?,' a valuable psaaerty. Vast sum. of
Ceatlnaed au Firth Paa".
ADRIFT IX TILE STORAt
THE OCEAH TUG E. C. VEIT COMES TO POET
WITHOUT HIT. TOW.
A BAWBEE PASTES AND THF. n\RK f.ikria BRR*
APPEARER IV THK DABKVEgB AM) TKMPK.-T
-THK VKIT A KKOATIXU 1CK PALACE.
Tia,! in a rohe of te,- that choked and smothered
her the ocean tag E. C. Vdt _*truggled into
port yesterday evening. She oinrip.1 neg gggftgg.
union dovvi, in n.ndag for her consort, tho
Lark Egeria, which .sh,* had left at the mercy of
tho winds and waves far out at sen. Tin* Veil
left this port on Fein-nary ?; for Nassau. N. P.,
to tow- th? Fijeria to New-Vork. The Be-erta was
a Hritish hark bound from Leghorn tc (hf!* port,
with a car-o of (arrara marl)!.*. She left LegkSfB
mt Noventber I*1, timi on January gd lbs waa
buffeted hy a he ivy salo. Sh* tipr:m_ her main
yard, losr her sails and her carim was go badly
shi'r.'d.tliat she was obliged to put into Nassau to
have th,* contents of th- hold icatowed. Her
sgeuts foai-d to tins* rh" bark agaia to the
wintry weather, as the rollin? ami pitching of the
vessd might sgnin shin her carno, ami hurl tho
great '>l"*ks ,.!' marble against her! ddea They
-cut for the tu. I!. C. Vdt, and a w<*ok ago tho
two v,ss..|s le'fr Naman in company.
Th.* hi.* .Ug towed the heavy Lari* as patiently
as a tani- does a canalLoar until Saturday HU-lt
last, when a hurricane swept <lov\n upon tho
vessel, and rent them them sku*******lBs alon, at tho
int.* ol' t*-*i knots an hour. ( aptain " Mek"
.Meran, of tia- tug, an*! the navigator, Captain
Taylor, rook turns at tho wheel, ono hour at a
uni", md managed to koop the vessels togedM
until Sunday night, Then a west-northwest Kal*-,
came blustering alon? and tuggeS an i wrenched
af the l,i_ S-lnch hawser connecting the vessels
until at 1 a. m. it snapped and parted Uk*' whip?
cord. The hawser broke near tho Btera-bitti of
tin- tug For lifteen minutes tl,,* crevv of tho
Veil saw lin- lights "f tho Egeria, and then tho
glow of th,- lanterns trent -ut in lisiknon
There wi re six fathoms of chain from the
Lark to th.* bight in th- heavy hanmer. To
haul in such a weight "t Iron nnd heavy ropi-,
would have been ImpoMlble, and it is probable
that' flip crew of the Egeria cut (ho chains after
the hawser hal parted. Tho Egeria had nor jib
and -tai-uls 88t She was Banned by a crew of
eleven men, eonnnaaded by Captain K-rr. Sho
,-an be put, under full sail. If is prohahb* that
sh-* has weathered the sCrm. and that tugs Hoing
eastward to-day may lind lier and tow lier to
port in safety.
The Egeria i-1 a Lark of 807 tons resistor. Her
length i*- i 85 feet, ."sim has thirty-live feet beam
and a depth of hold ,,f nineteen tuts. Mm was
built at Hopewell. New-Brunswick, in Igfg. Bbl
is ow ned Ly George F Smith
The tu,* R. <'. Veil was icix.rfod from Sandy
Hook yesterday morning. She was thea Byiag
signals ol' distress, and -he had two lantern*, up
as if sh.* Lad something else in tow besides *
fragment of hawser. At I o'clock sic reaehed
,|iiai,,ntine. sh- came np rhe bay shrouded in
i.e. Her slender Stack-guys were ropes ..I leg
four inches lu diameter >h*^was at more I frau*
stein t*. .-tern with .-hininsr pTites of u__ twelve
im-lies thick. Her coat ol' gleaming whit*' con?
cealed her outlines and made her look like a
phantom .-hip If is pr.,LaL|o that BOWS of th*
nark Egeria may Ik* brought into port to-day.
lioisi'.s BLOWN D iWX IN BROOKLYN. ;
upteee PEAKE BtflUXBOA PAP.TLY COE
The how-line gals whkh l.lew In P.roolil.vn yester?
day momlng was III St lld In bf a VtVM Ansi of
lightning nml a mow trudi tasting an h .ur before
midnight, f.iii.iw. -I ny s itasdy fail sr temperature
i I??:! in Segreea above lero '.m* toacbed. The wind
lile.v- Bbotlt fifty inil'-s an I.our, ami dd . on.-iderable
damsge. A row ..r Bfteen two-itory snd bsssssaal
frame housee, In course >f crecH.ii lu Tr, y ave., be?
tween Park Place aui BUtler-Bt., were blown down.
Tiley l.aii been Inclosed and roofed, bm w.t.' wita
oiu doors :.!i*i windon , end as tltey stood on high
<_r.om*l. exposed ti, th,* full fury of the witui-torra,
tl era a is aol bing to pn venl -'v- wlpd tram lifting the
roofs rmi tambltng tb- rrames la ruin-. The build
liv- belonged lo william Herod, of Batter-et, and ?
Alban)-ave., and :i- estimates that, th- cod of re*
budding ti-- houses alli bo H3.00 >.
ike wind drlftel in** *now aero I esr tracks
in exposed au,I outlying region, un! caused -ini' So
lay to travel >?-r.'i.inv morning, hut all diHn allies
were over* w ?? laiei Iii thc day. A trollej ear on
the Tlilrd riv-, line was stalled at Tw, nty iirt':-.-t. .iud
THE AURANIA DELAYED AT lill: PIER, i
ICE *r_OES .STD 8TB iJtC TIDES MAKE KWlHXO
A lt villi TASS Till'. Cl rv OP
I'M*, v's BOUOli VOYAGE.
For three In.ur- t'1- Aurania atritggted Bgatnat tho
adverse tides and th*- Boes ot lc which lump: about
lier before sin- waa safely in sired at lier pier. Tbs
big Curarder passed I br .ugh tK> treaiendotu hurricane
in -nu.lay ni:;!, wi.bl. loaned li* T SbOUl and left bef
routed willi i.e. .-li- reached H.- ead ot ber pi r
\, ilerday allen.n rn ?"> SJO o'clock, and li waa neartp
?a o'clock alien t - passengers srere coming down tho
ping plank. The Mg iteafl-shlp v*.,-, as beipteaa ti- a
baby al ber pier. Three ins's "Baaed, and fretted and
pushed against lier, bul abe could bt* moved only Ine'j
by inch. Ti" tedious proeesa of ***a*-Btag i"-r bow
around lookover two !i?.iirs. lin illy sd- was hroutr'it
around, and 'li- srindlaea (Ben broagbt ber ataogatde.
The bridge of the Aurania mst mvetspei in a film
Of be that licked hiv ;, Irae ry of laces rh.
Ia tbe iiui'icane of Boaday slghL arbleh made h**r
pUch and i"--. and sprayed her wBh foam. Hie
?rave* rame gytng over xiv briggs and tbe tateeee
cold left ber cloaked and Scuded ta mowy white,
n,i Samaga ara* done (?> tba v.-s-l and so accidents
occurred t.aka the winier trip anything n ve t'i?u
disagreeable and unpleasant. The ebie, oftlcer of thu
Aurania old thal the rind - ? I tux anterei >'?no
nt the rougtiesl neath*, ii- bsd ever known.
?iii- .teamer City -f Fara ried arith the Aurania
in tba thickness ,,f icr Icy purmema. Sh* waa a
in'Vin.- bum .f i.e- Captain Lockwood sula that ibo
City of Para bad mi un. mt .table esperience "Hu
a hurricane from ti ? aorthwi t. aided .uni abetted
by .now .quail i i I high cross teas. Tbe (Ty of
Pata took lillee li.mrs in crawl imo lu-r slip.
PERRY TRAFFIC ALMOST SUSPENDED.
BOATS I.mil.ll STUCB IN TUB Mil) AT THK1B
m.ir- "ii wini, pi., . r-i:i> itv ll EA VT i; K.
i< waa i,"i a !??.!* of supiein- content which oref>
i- ..! iii- Li'-.-s ,,r iii- dwellers iu Brookty% ant tao
so], urners on Staten "island hist, svcalag. Tim
renie, carried os tie tmaaportattoa baatoeaa in _
desultorj way. ',,.. I'iiallv lae Loni- tiinde a trip,
and norn "fi'u they stark in UM susi mi br swap
tr ri tba bridges mr the pass..nu. rs to Jump, and nit
[ar enough dietaait to amis ir worth walla io swim.
I!.ni, li,le and (he wind OSl-ied om -,, mn di
waler from tbs Up- lbs! for a Ham tba
boola <.til ti"' muKe a landing. At i sSatoefc
p. m. ti.e i,,,:,is tor ii litv ninii' st . boath Pioeklya.
stopp i running ..n ace.' et tba abaBow water la
ne -lip-. The palronag. "f the bosta nu trans
ferred m th" Hamilton-are. lim*. At :> 30 p. ni. ibo
Whitehall I-f! ber slip at th- end of li a in I lt-m.ave.,
Brooklyn, mr Bow-York, winn wilbla twenty f?t
,,r !-r landtag -ii- ran Bgroand. Tbs pssaeaspn had
ri s|,|.,,,t|<l ellrilice lo ll,lilllie th- farted le-lllltes of
ttl. ica-parged hay, whick they atterty waated. ln
ste.ni they Bratted and gmmklai ami apeak* di-re
spectrally .ol tho tide. Kinaliy the Whitehall made a
landtag, sui return,si ta Brooklyn without pssaasj
By Hil- time there was M mob ->f I'.niokl)niles about
th- fern hon-is. and no BOSta ta carry diem. Prob?
ably Barisaj Hat lt would tn- chari.v.1 with discrlmtna
ili ii is a eOBHUon carrier, tho ferry ci.tnpiny sold tick?
le-, to till who cam-. Th-r- wen* nearly 1..,(>?> pasf_B
in the teri j laius-* sad tbe .trouts, aad tbs truck:* wera
lined up In (Hi*le raid*- in Front and -*,>utli -ts. TUe
t.riv b-iit HarwpOSSt Ie lt BSSSBlya St d o'clock, sud
ii -i"ml of going in ul South Kerry went
IO (lie s*|p at the end of Wall Hlri-eK
There sile la inlet her passengers und esme around
empty to boult* i'err.. 'lhere waa a wild stamped^