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COMING TO PLE Al) HERCAUSE
TUB PRINCESS KAKLAM **.VII_S YOU NEW*
SHE WILL APPEAL TO MR. CLT-VI'LAXD-TIIE
QUF.LX'h COLT__E NOT APPROVED
BY HER RIECK.
London, Feb. m.?The Pilaueag Ralalanl, heiress
to the tliron** nf Hawaii, sailed to tiny lor New-York
on Hie sicainer Teutonic. The Maeaaa ls nrcura
panied b> Theophilu.-i Davies, lu. xvlfe mid daughter,
and by Mis* W ha ri off. Mr. Davie* consented t" p'*r
mit tb** i'nited Preaa cm respondent to have an lut'-r
riove wit li tne Prificc-.s Ht lils litnne, called Sundown,
He>ketli Hark. .onthport, where slit* lias been living.
Mr. Dnvir-s is the principal Ritttah aieicbam con
noctnd xvitii the Hawaiian islands trade, lie received
tho correspondent, and ebgertj Baked for !hc latest
news from America. He said ttiat lie Imd lr;id no
reply to his recent request to tba cinuBtBstoaera of
Li** Provisional Government of Hawaii to delay Hie
negotiations until he could Pring tho Prlaceas Killalan!
to Hie I'nited Males to plead fr lur righto. He
teared, he .aid, that the commissioners arete hurry?
ing to complete thc deal lief -re lier arrival, lie xvns
oonfldent that If Americans could see Hie Princess,
?who was a simple CbriaUan girl, lier throne xvould
Mr. Davie, said that he knew Mr. Thurt-ton and the
other commissioners Intimately. He had lived In
Hawaii himself for years. He and his wife were
friends of Ihe parents nf Knltilant, and when Mr.
Thurston sent her to England they consented to be?
come her guardians. The Princess spent her hoi!
days at Sundown ai one ot the lamil**, and tva*
treated HU* a daughter.
The Princess Kalulanl Is tall and slender, and with
a mure thoughtful, di Rilli ate air than might be ex?
pected In a sclvool-glrl. Sire 1* a brunette, with tin
eyes of a gazelle, and features that suggest just a
suspicion of Kanaka origin, she xvns aomewhat ner
vou . xvlien Interviewed, she -aid that she had nothing
to add Io Ihe appeal which she had addm-ed to Ihe
American people, and she expressed her 1 hunks that
her appeal hud been forwarded lo Hie American news
papers. She had, she said, no tataila plans, but
would be guided, by hw guardian, Mr. Davies. She
proposed to .spend two days In New-York, and then ta
visit Boston, where she xvould remain until after the
inauguration of President Cleveland. Then she would
go to Washington and would probably moho a personal
appeal to Mr. Cleveland. The ITlncess added that she
bsd no friends In America except the friends of Mr.
Davies. She timidly expressed a hope that she might
gain the sympathy of the American people.
?* I cannot sue," she continue... In a modest, he?l
tating tone, "why 1 should be luminnrily deprlx*ed of
recognized legal rights, for no fault of mine, nnd with?
out being even noiiiieil tb appenr in defence of my
right*. I a*k only that right of appearance which
American law g,ve_ to everybody before he or sb- 1- de
prlved of a right. I know absolutely; nothing about
this affair, except what has been in ihe newspapers.
No notification hu* been received hy me regarding lt."
'* What do you think (>f President HorriaOR'a rue-sage
urging annexatlonl" asked Hie eenespoadent.
'*! prefer not lo express an opinion on the subject,"
replied the Princess.
** Would you accept a pension or other compensa
tlon s_ould Haxvail bo annexed!'' asked the corre
-As to that, also, I prefer to ?ay nothing." was the
Di answer to other question-*, the Princes. said that
abe was entirely nppo-.-d to the policy of the Queen,
eepeclally In regard lo the bills which the Qaeen I
report d to have signed, nnd which gave rise to
Offence. The Maeaaa said that .he did not want
Haxvail to be under a protectorate of any sort. sh.
wished it to be Independent. -She believes that America
and Hawaii should tte xvarni friends. She had never
_e?_. an English official, and did not believe thnt
England xvould lnter.eiv ta Hawaiian affair-. When
asked if sh.* would return to England after her prcscii;
visit to America, th** Princess answered :
"Yes, if I am . uccessful. I 6hall be of age next
year, and then I shall curry out my original lntentinn,
lor which Ihe Hawaiian Legislature voted -4,0O*?.
W-leh was lo vi-lt Queen Victoria, then to visit the
President of Uk* United Mates, and then to proceed to
Hawaii and u.s.unie the position lo xvhich 1 am en
The Princess .aid that she fnvored the proposition
made bv Mr. Davies to the Provisional Government
of Hawaii, that a Regency should be appointed f"i
three years, with R. Ii. Dole. Hie head nf thc Pw
visional Government, as IT.-sidciit. th'- Princess to bc
Crowned Queen of Hawaii at the termination of th,
Regency. Here the ITim-ess excused bereeR on th.
ground'of hurry In pocking for tho Journey to Am.il, a.
As she arose she said In a pathetic tone, and x-lth
sudden spirP :
" I want to do all I run for my people, and to bc
an hone-t and true leader to them. 1 .-imply xxunt
to do mv duty to beloved Hawaii."
The Wine*., shook hand, warmly with the cor?
respondent, and thanked him ter the'sympathy shown
with her canoe, nnd naked him to convey her thanh
to the American press for the hearing given h'-r. Th*
I*iince?s and her Mends were then photographed In n
group in tho conservatory.
The party started on the noon train to-dav. aRghted
at Bootle mid drove te the steamship dock, where thej
boarded the Teutonic Although Hie name of (ht
Print.-** was nu the passenger ll-t, her identity wai
unknown al Southport and elsewhere.
IFF SAYS THK WILD STORY IS UNTRUE.
R. C. MACFARLANE PUTS XO CREDENCE IN K. J
D. KIMBERLY'S TALE.
E. C. Macfarlane, of Honolulu, who ls at the
Victoria Hotel, says lhat the story ns lold by a marr
at St. Paul, xxho gives his name as K. J. D. Kimberly,
of Honolulu, ls romance pure nnd simple. The Ult
ls to the effect that Om malia ard Englishmen on tin
Islands tried to drive away American guards, and
tli.it four of the IU imam were killed, lt was alao
said by Mr. Kimberly that the attacking party hm*,
ben tinned nt Ma Herman and Kngllsh (on-ulat*-.
According to the thrilling story five Americans had
also been killed in a street light.
" i feel certain that theta 1- a. t lae iRghttat fonnda
Ron for sucli a yarn," said Mr. Macfarlane yesterday.
"ll the first place. Hie (ierinan Consul, H. F. (Had**.
ia one of thc strongest supportei-s of the CTovMoual
Government. He l.s as strongly opposed to tho Queen
as Mr. Thurston or any of the otl:*-r commissioners.
He ls Hie junior partner of the firm of Hnckfeld .x
Co., sugar planters, xvho employ a considerable num?
ber of the German population. It Is not likely that
anybody opposed ta Hie Bluet -donal Govegaaaeat
would furnish arms fur Ike purjio... of dlsHnMiig bl
own interests, and lt ls a!,..nrd to say t.'ut Glad,
took a hand In _ tl-ring up a row as told by Mr.
"The report about H.e English and Germans at
tacking the palace must bo untrue, becau.se thc
palate ls empty. She kilt kant thal left Honolulu
for :-au Francisco was the Monowai, and Minlste;
Meena Bent wold on that boat that ail Was quiet
Mr. Macfarlane says Hint the feeling In Washington
has changed in his favor, and he feels Certain, he
lays, that Hie, Hawaiian treaty xviii tint be ratllied
at Ihe present BeeBtoa of ('mgr'.--, and Mal a coin
nils ion xviii be *-<-m to Hawaii lo make a full report
ol the condition of things la-fore iinal action ls taken..
SENATOB HI8COCK Oil HAWAII.
HE DOESN'T THINK THI- SENATE WILL VOTE
OX TIIE QUESTION' THIS SESSION.
tienotor Frank IlLscock, who xvns nt the Fifth Av, nu
Hotel vestd-ay, said he did not believe tho Senate
wotUd take a vote tills session on the Hawaiian mott
"The time now ls too short before the close of the
session,'' _aid the Senator, "ant as the nuttier has to
be d.-i.iiUd, the (jiie-tlon will hardly rc a eh a vol".
No fault, however, can be found xvlth thc treaty, ll
lao gem, iiuU if lt I- satisfactory to Hie Hawaiian coin
missioners, lt certainly should meet with Hie approvai
of Hie American people, lhere I*, no r?-a-ou why the
mutter should be delny*., und there has not b<*'*n any
undue ha-sto In the mutter. We understand the exact
condiilon of Uilngs on the Islands, and ii* there xvas
BO occasion tor delay the treaty was not drawn up
too soon. Tlie sooner the matter ls settled tue better
h will be for all concerned, but us lt takes tim** to
debate an Important ijuestlon similar to the Hawaiian
matter, und as there ls not sufficient time for that
debate, tin- Hawaiian.-, will i,.,ve to I. content to walt.
1* the inaner (ould be .settled before March 1, of
course the t irnmkslouers would be better satiated,
but 1 am afiaid lhat iu_ people ot the Island Will
hare to wail.
"A linml.er of othmtm Democrats, ?,,_ j Bight ..j.,,
say a law H.-publican,, who hold promtneoi public
posithns, have cried out agaiu-t annexation, but
the un on ts bend to take pine, a protectorate
wouxl be doing things by halve*. ?nd thc only real
Solution to Hie altair ls annexation.*'
A CALL ON THE MMIDMHI ft>R INFORM ATKIN.
Washington, Feb. 2-.'.-ltepr.sentative Springer, of
Illinois, Introduced to .ny lu Ms lions,. _ resolution
that the Pr* -..dent of the Culled stales ha requested
to furnish tile Hou.-e with any Information he mtiy
have showing the amount of the pnstal savings bank
deposit* and tho debt ?f Hawaii, the rate of Interest
Mey may bear, when they trill be due and payable I
and wluit was the milRot value of Hie tr-ondid, debt
of Mal (iovernmcnt prior to thc aataMlabkMRI of the
Provisional Government ; ,-iUo any informatl,Mi In show
Ing tbe aniiiinl of -.iic-ir annually produced In Hawaii,
and Hie amount of money which will be required 10
?mv the bounty apes Hawaiian -agar in case of an?
nexation, and the probable amount of other obligations
which Hus Government viii Incur as a nerena ry con?
sequence ol such annexailon.
STILL DEBATING THE TREATY.
SENATOE MORGAN'S SPEECH.
NO PROGRESS TOWARD A VOTE?APPROPRIATION'
RILES FR! SSI NC. FOR CON'SI DERATION?MR.
TBVRRTOR ox kaiit.ant*s interview.
[nv Tr.LKGnArii to tiik tkiii. nt..]
Wa-htngtcn, Feh. J-.'.-The **enate sp"nt the grenier
part or thi* eftemooa in aecret session Ustentng 10
n speech bv Mr. Morgan in favor of Un ratification
of Hie Il.-iwallan In atv. Til** Alabama Senator ls to
start to-morrow, w,th Secretary Footer, tor Karts, to
ba pr?-ent at the lesstons of ti,- Retiring .-"a Board
of Arbllratlon, nnd before leaving Washington was
anxious to impress upon the Senate his Vlexv of Hie
importance of an Immediate ra tillea, lon of the treaty
rf annexation. Tie speech xvas an admirably .boronga
and exhaustive one, every pha-^ of tin- schema of
annexation bvinp dealt with.
Mr. Mor.'an spoke for two honrs wlthoul Interrup?
tion, and an additional hall hour was taken by him
In answering inquiries from other SenatOBJ aleut Hu*
effects of the treaty. No pi Og real vvas made, however,
toward a limitation of debate on the treat) or toward
securing a voto. Tlie friends of ratlflcatton see that
the only chance of reaching a vote lies in in-i-tlng
on executive sessions each day, and it may lie that
hy peratBtanre and tetermlnatloo their may force nie
opposition to drop their filibustering tad lei and con?
sent to a fie,- expression of thc Senate's judgment
about tlie treaty. To urge Hie continued eonstdera*
tlon of the convention will, of cour-e. delay nnd em?
barrass the appropriation bills, nnd it will become
a question, in a lew days. Bl to windi side can
better afford to risk the failure of the annual appro?
priations?the friends or enemies of thc treaty.
The Sundry Civil 1,111 was sent to conference to?
day, lint there r*ir*aln yet lo be considered the Dtplo
matlc and Consular. Naval. Fanslon, Agriculture.
Military Academy, Legislative, Executive and Ju?
dicial. Indian and (..nen.1 Pellclcncy bills. Only
eight days nre left of Hie session, so (hal Hie crush for
precedence wIR ba extraordinary, and the treaty can
lie kept under rons,tl ?ration only bv a surprising dis?
play of disinterestedness and a* coinmodatlun on the
part of the managers of Hie appropriation *_ ills.
Secretary Foster transmitted today t*, the Com
millee- on Foreign RehtUena the formal proposition
made to him by Paul Reamonn, the uguit of the ex
Queen. Mr. Neumann's proposition ls that the ex
Queen he restored to power, or, if Hil* ls Impracticable
or Inadvisable and annexation of tire Islands ts neces?
sary, that tin* ex Queen receive a pension enmmen
suratn with her dignity and tokara. No particular
amount of money ls suggested by Mr. Reamonn, but
it wu-i learned today that he declared he xvould not be
?attsted with mts Hum .fso.ooo a rear.
Mr. Thurston, the cliulrman of thc Hawaiian Com
mission, commented this evening on the Bena of
Princess Kaltilunl's sailing for this country as follows:
"The announcement that Kalala'1. ex-heir apparent
to the Hawaiian Ihrone, has left England to (onie to
Washington to claim her tlirone, opens a new phase
of the Hawaiian question. The situation, to say th*
lenst, ls peculiar, in the lirst place th" e.vlsiiti_
Hawaiian Oovernment. with President Dole nt lt*
head, ls in full po-ses-.i,,n, and has been olli lally r"
ogni/ed by all Hie nations of Uk* xvorld. The monarch}
baa been abolished. Queen Liliuokalani and nil othen
claiming title or consideration uniter the defunct
monarchy have n_ more legal rights than have th.
various other ex-klngs, queens, print e', prlnce.-si-s
and collateral claimants to thrones, nf which thara 1
a libera] supply scattered au over Ma globe. Thi
d.es not appear to bc* appreciated hy LtHaokalanl and
lier niece Kalulanl. The former has sent her
torney to Washington to make a claim to be restored
to her throne, although the attorney has made 1.
secret of the fact .Lat his expectations gre limited t 1
a certain amount of coln and that !.'? ls authorised tn
his principal to waive all her claims, what.-vcr the)
may be, upon such a baale,
"There now appears upon the fl-ld n new claimant
who lalRg about 'my throne,* etc. Tins new op;, ,- ? ni
if tho 'devin? right of kings' does not seem to np
predate that h.-r claim I. bused upon the fiction
that the Hawaiian monarchy _iin exlata and that, if
it did exist, the rightful occupant of tlio throne 1
.1111 the Queen. Me propOBOd let only to Ignore
the fact that tlie cxi-Hng, recognised, responsible
(iovernmcnt of Hawaii la one lu whick she his ao
part, hut also to ignore Hie feet thru the ea Queen,
if any one. ls the rightful claimant lo the throne.
-!,.' coolly n-sUnie.S that th"* lillie*! Stiles did not
mean what lt said when if recognized ihe existing
Hawaiian Hoveriiuicnt; nnd farther a tun ? tu put
the ex-Queen io one side and place the Hawaiian
nowa on her own head, whether or no. Tin: propo
i'loii la xx manlf'st absurdity. It would require Hint
Hi" I'nited Stat.-* r-hould not only withdraw Irom tin
position it has already taken, but that, haring done io,
lt should overton the e.xJs'lng Hawaiian Government,
r -lore Hi.- native monarchy, remove the Queen and
pince Kalulant upon Hje throne.
??it ls Interesting to ronsltrr arho it 1- that asks
'he American people, to do all this. She bl Ihe
daughter of an Rngkshman; educated in Rngland;
a ward under ihe personal coutrol of Theophllai ll.
Devlea, nn Rngilihaioa, who for yean ha* teen the
leading gptrtt of the anti-American faction in Hone
lulu, bitterly boallia ev-.-n to tho proposition to allow
?ho I'nited -.laic., u Blla for a Naval station al Hat il
With Kaiulaiil on ta. throne this English (action
wouid have the control *,f the Government with a.
lhat that mean-. M.. Davie, ls alli adv the iii.*, li?
nt Honolulu of the Canadian Padoa Railway, witch
ii bow ma:,ing arrangement ti nm a Ho?
of subsidized '..liner, t,, Australia, hv way of llono
lulu, to be Immediately followed bj a telegraph cable.
Ann tiigli*ii control of Hu- Government and un
"a-llv corruptible 1. tf-kiiui-c. lt will be un easy m.ii
r 10 throw 'I.-- .ii' I'll", now p_|d by Hawaii to
Mle i-"-a., -leam lines anti Hie subsidy now- offered t"
an American cable Into tin- hands of their Canadian
nibs; .-11,1 wini iii,- additional ability to offer the
sugar planter! cheap labor Irom india, it would i,
.,iii a few yean l,efor_ ihe whole trend of Island
-ejiilmcnt und association would be away from Ibe
1 ulled siat.-s ami toward England. It ls well to con
sid.r that not only the Canadian, but Hie New Zea?
land and Australian governments have protested to
their borne Government against die proposed ennexa
Hon of Hawaii. At He present moment lt ls English
policy to remain quiescent; lt certainly ha. been a
most diplomatic move, If the o_Ji*_l was io prevenl
annexation, for nothing would have so milted Amerl
??nn sentiment xut England's open opposition : bul lhere
Is no guarantee that sin li will continue to be Eng
anti- policy, r.tid If th*- I'nited States neglects thc
present nnnortunity to aeqnlre I In wall unopposed, 11
cannot, willi any grace or consistency, object to Eng
Land's interfering '" protect tbe biterests of ber sub
.its iii Hawaii after they -hall hav.* developed under
Mr. Davl.'-s's nnd Ratulanl'i fostering ian* io -ucl, :i
degree ns to give England Hie moral right so to do."
MR. NF.EMANN WANTS A PROTECTORATE.
Washington, Feii. a.--si 1 gretalv .1. \v. Footer sent
'oday to Hie ehatrmaij of Committee on Foreign
Relations for the Information of Hie Senate (lie state
meat which Paul Neumann left at the department
yeaterday. anti accompanied lt xvith a teport <if tin
interview beM with the Secretary. From ihe latte.
it appeals Hint Hie object of Mr. Neumann's vhlt t.i
R'aaUagtoa is io iee are thc restoration of Queen
Liliuokalani to the throne under an American pro
tectomte. lie docs not advise lor rc.(oration under
any other circumstances, if Hie Coagrcaa of the
Culled -tates shall not deem a protectorate feasible
he xvould then laver annexation, xvlth a liberal allow
ince lor tile Queen and I'l-ilio-s Ka in la ii I, lint he
-.trungly objects to tin* continuance of tho present
Provisional Government in power.
PIIOMISEST JLBRIVAIA AT TIIE HOTELS.
FIFTH AVENCE-Clilcf Justin: Melville Vf. FulH-r,
(,f tho i'nited Stutts Snpicine Coull: Senator SabolOU Xl.
Vance, of Raith Caranna; Faints de Manage. Spaalib
Minister lt Washington j cvt'overiwr Oliver Anice, of
Massaclinn Us; Frank Hatton. t,f \V.i-!il'i.-t.,n. J). C.. and
State Senators John H. Derby and E. II. Osborne.
HOFFMAN- Liciiteiirin'-iii.v, tnor William F. Sheehan. ,,f
ltnnaio. Hdi.i-.xNn iriii.L' .x!. Beott, ol Ran noaelaeo.
METROPOLE SStAt ?Banters Edmead O'Connor. Joseph
Mullln, c. s. Vim (-Order, J.,iin E. SmlUi, Thoraoa Hut,
leg and XV. P. 111,1 id-m. MCRRAT niT.Ti Reaahw
C. ll. Par-on*. nf Roi iic-t.-t. KT. IAMBS J oii'-T'-s-iiiaii
-I..hu J. llcniphill, of South Cart.lliri. VICTORIA?Con
gieaaaaa Human stump, *,f Maiylaad.
OFFICERS HAYE THEIR A SSC AL HISSER.
Tlie ofli.-ers of the "1st Regiment -..'.??e their thirl an?
nual WaahlagBM'a Rlrthday dinner laal avaalag la li>? -
?etd Savoy, Fifty-ninth-1. and IMftli :,\... Catted F. V.
Ol BBB! pr.-.ided. About him sat Bhsnt forty OBS er* and
euc tr., amaag wham arera cu pu in I. .lone* CsaaU, Uso*
tenant J. R, Ci.ilcl.li_r. I-!etlt.-njiit(".,l(,iie| Jan,,, a. Iii,
111 s.n. Captain P. S. Tilden, t sptaln L. Fi auk Hariy,
Cuptalu Frank Koah and Adjutant W. xi. j;,- .
Tlie -peaker., wen- Captain W. L. Fish, ot tho 17th
Ueglment. Second Brigade; Colonel Conklln. of Uv
Veterans' Organlialhui of tho 71st Itoirlmeul; captain Au?
gust u? T. 1.an is sud Captain CUntou ll. On..ia.
IN TUE FIELD Ol- POLITICS.
THK REVOLT AT ALBANY.
SITXATOr.S AND ASSEXIIII-YMIN DISCUSS THE
Stale Senators nnd Assemblymen coming to this
(itv from Albany for the perpOM of attending the
funeral of Senator Edward p. Hagan today began
lo arrive lad evening and a number of ihem were seen
In Hie corridors of the prtncip.il hotels. The nain
topic of dl-Tii-lon wu. th" revolt In the l.ogllrit-irc
against the Democratic State machine and ':s prob?
able conaeejaeneea. The tacts that the -Rand aiete by
the Cleveland senators had found active becking in
I_._a MeLaogbffn'i cm ire Ringa county contingent.
Hint th.- Tammany drieanffon Had Bled out of the
machine camp announcing the de-iermtnatloa to nwnlt
exptlril Instructions from Hlg Chief Croker,
ami that the Democmttc reprenentatlvea from Albany,
\V".th"s'"r, Queens, Clinton nnd other counties xvere
In known gympathy Wltk the pinn to defeat the
measures altering (Itv charters to serve the tynin
niiai purpuseg win, ii actuate the ama lu control
of the Democratic party in this state, were regarded
generally aa placing tba Snapper lenders in de p.*rat.*
Lieutenant (.nvornnr Hieehfin WM "ne of the first
!o nrrive. When se. ii at tin* ll ttfaian House last
evening he politely declined to talk about the sub?
ject uppermost in everybody*! mind.
?I have n.Hiing whatever to say abont Albany
ra'Tal B," Mr. Sheehan declared in a positive way, " nnd
lt will be us' less to ask me any questions.'' In re
r.inl tt, Hie vacancy In the Senate causial bv the
death of Mr. Hagan In* .s:i!*l that Hi" ..overnor would
probably Issue his xvrlt for a new election without
??This is my hapreinion," he said, "nltliough I
have nu positive kn iwledge on tb" gubJecL11 The
date of tlie deetloa mut be rix.il not )??,. than
twenty nor mere than forty days after the time of
Issuing tin* Governor'! proclamation. No partisan
legislation cm be pat through until the vacant v i
iili.-d. F Ilea Commissioner Martin smd yeaterday
lhal tin* election tor Mt. Hagan'! guceeeaov mus! he
beM la bia old Senate District, the IXth, which I
made up of the dd With. XVIII, XXth anti
XX I Id Assembly Districts.
Afi-r the funeral today Ihe Lieutenant (..vernor
will go to Lakewood where lils family ls Raying,
and will rennin until Monday.
'? Will yon ace Mr. Cleveland while you ore at
Lakewood!" Mr. Sheehan xvas aakat,
**I can't say nilly," wrus tile reply. "I think
Mr. Cleveland is entitled to nome peace nnd ij il.*t
Banaler Derby, who wns at the Fifth Avenue Hotel
l:i*-t cv,'tiing, sahl tha*. lt wu. dltlit ult to fcc* how* the
Democratic, lenders could avoid a spilt that would
lu ing serious couaeejaoacea lo snapper control. The
tevoR again-t the citv charter amendment bili* was
M sining und wcll-d. Undid that even after fteimtor
Hagan's vacancy wu* iliitat, wjiku nm*-t neceaaarily
lake Dillly days ut the tlmmt, they could not b*
Rumen continued te ciow in number jiu! s'r-i gtb
v"-ieidav th:,i Lieutenant Governor Sheehan, Richard
Croker and tienator-elecl Edward Murphv. lr.. wore
iMicklna tie lr luggrii.*!* prepara.orv to ii change of baae.
There I- a strong l*npre*_lot' that thev have fought
their last buttle under Senator HUI. Mr. Sheehan'
viii to Lakewood I bli week, lt l- bdlevod, alli have
-oin.!,',lug |? do with til" t.-rin. to !?? made Wltk Mr
Cleveland. Ii wan said lan evening ti.at Mr. * rober
mid Mr. Sheehan --.nhl talk th" atelier ov.-r before
Hie latter uppears lu the presence of thc President
TIIF. F.I.F.iTIONS IX PENNSYLVANIA.
Pittsburg, Feb. '."J.-The Ister returns on ye. terday'.
cliy .-lection show that Judge p.. rnnrd Mc Ronna
Demi was elected Mayor by 1.100 plurality: H. I
Gourlay (lad. Dem.), Controller, hy aboal 8.S0R ma
Jority, nnd *Mae_M Dennlatoa (Rep.) Treasurer, bv
probably l,SO0 nujoriiy. I"..- lait.-r waa tba onlv
candidate *,n the RepubUcea ti, k*; ele.tcd.
in Allegheny City, Mayor william xi Ronned.
iltcp.) was re-.l* i id by ni,out 8,000 majority.
Lending, Pcb. 88.?Tba election bera yeaterday le
suited in u victory h-r tii? RepubRcars, that part]
electing Its entire tb U**t. William F. Hboaaman
(Rep.) ls eleetiai Mayor over A. [I. D.irlitigton (Dem
by from 800 to SOO majority. John M. Revtolette
(Rep.) 1* elect.ai fjty lr-.i-'uT and Walter R, Roch
(H.p.) tontroihr. Tho Republican City A ?
I nv.* BlSO I.ii "lei-ted.
Lanoaater, Feb. 88.?At tbe mantctpal election h.>,
v terday tta Democrata ki t control of tin- Common
Connell, bul retained a majority ol one in the s. p,,
The Republican! win have a majority on (dal ballot
and win, therefore, control th" election of Cltj
Treasurer, Street Comm. loner, Superintendent '?:
Wilt, r Works slid ' hlef ..! t , ! lr- Department.
I.radford. Feb. --'. The election here \.--t- i Hiv r.
rolled in ii v li :,,rv for lt* publli sn lt. X I
Ki j-.' wa ? i- led R iyoi bj . rn ijortty *-f I**. A
xf. i.. ,,i, .H. m.I l ? I" '"l lily Tressurer ai d \. D
.-In-ill (Rep.J ls elected (omptrolbt.
York, l ? ic ?-'-* '.. Vt. - I. io - . Republican candi
date (or Mayor, vt . lea-ted yx t< rday by l" rn .
i ?.. Issi Mayor's eic Hon gave s Democratic ni ijorttj
of I-T-. Ti,i. I* thc lir-t time i lu Republli ina bavi
carried the mt In twelve years. 'li:.- re-t of the
Democratic Hebel kai been elected.
THE WY"MINi. BENATORSIUP FIGHT.
' beyenne, Vf*0, Feb. 96. Another nrr.- t baa bee.
a.id- to-day. Renato. Leopold Rania has ..v.,.ru ..;;
a warrant Bgalnat Umlaa Sloane, a chambermaid el th
int. i- ? ii-i':iti iiot.-l, charging h-r with perjury, ii"
wmaii testified lu tba Dodge-Cerr-tl Hbd i um fettet
tiny, ntid implicated Rabis in un unenviable manner
AH evidence has beea tnii*-n in Hie -nit brought bv
Attorney Jonei agali tl Bdlt-tr John P. Carrdl on Ibe
i uni'. !? of criminal libel. The BttOrueyi will ar.'i.
ibe casa totfiorrow. _
RESULTS OF TUBBDAVR TOWS MEETHCGR.
Coriiatid, Feb. *_*.'.-The lated return., walch trott
delayed by Hm -tomi, ibow that the Soper
<>f Cortland County will Bland tea Republican! und
live Democrata, tb.a aa la t year*! board. Tbt
town aaeettng In C'liiainiviiie v.a* continued t,?
dav. Tn** rota is large, Indkaiteaa i_.iiit to the
?i..n of Badth, Ihe RepubHeea candidate. Tie
Do-Ucenaa Bxdaa Oommlsslooer waa elected by MO
Jamestown, Feb. 88. Tha eleetlea "f Snpuilsor
and lunn olin .-rs t'M.k plat., throagboel Chatauqua
cnn ly, win, tli- exreptloo el iaatetlnwa and Hun
kirk, yeaterday. 'iii" re aM ha* aol vet beea full)
learned, bat lt ls a Ranted I???? aeat Board *,f gaper
visors will itond ni..,ut iweirv f ,ur Republican! t'
Ive Democrata. There were bitter fighta la bmbj
?own- on tin- rxclae queatlon, and th** rosull general!
b. fl* bu Hi ells''.
Watertown, Pcb. 88, Ai i re ult of yeaterday'i
town ii.tings the Jefferson County Hoard of super
visor, will contain elahteen ItepubUran* and righi
Democrat*, a ne| Demorratlc h,*- of two. Tin
|ieiii'? rai* gained one lu Hie country yesterday, bm
lost three lu the cliy bid fall.
REPUELICAlt* KOM1NATIORS IN MICHIGAN.
Detroit, Feb. a.- Th.e delegate! lo the Republteai
stat*- ConventlOB were dow la araemhRng In Hm
monia Hall tin-* morning, and ll was 10:43 o'clocl
When Secretary Kates of iii" .tate C'.ntr.-il Commute*
rapped for order, He uM lu- was glad to be ab.
io congratulate the Republicans of Michigan <>n havtni
since tbe lad convention arreated Ibe contrul ol n
iii.ors from tip- Democrata. .indi*.- Victor ll Lane
nf Adrian, xva. mad" temporary chairman and Vf. A
ii-loll temporary lecretary, After Judge Lena ha
inn-,lined ibe committee! tbe convention took a re |
rem until 1:30 o'clock. After Ibe committee! had
reported, when the convention reassembled Ibis after
noon, Juitice Hooker was iiiiaiiiinoii.lv nominated i
i inundate fur Supreme Court Justlee. Em- Regent ot
the university, Frank Vt, Fletcher, of Alpena, wai
HOLDING MR. JOIIXSOR REBPORSIRUL
r.Lsmarck, N. D., Feb, 13.?The following telegram,
dgned by tba Republican member. of the Rertb
Dakota i., ci-lalure, bas been sent to tin- Republican
Congi-.-.man iroiu Ibnl State!
isi< mai- k, N. H., February *.'?*.
To linn. M. R. .lo'iii-ni, RTaahlagtan, D. C.
Deal sir: Retwltbitaadlag reui imaiaace to ibo can
irary, tho Raaalarial canted hera la egparitlaa i. Mi
Chary i* now Baan wat in the dartlm of a DetaacraRt
Beaater The RepabUma party of North Rakaia mid a
tho N'slion hold you personally r_*poti*||,lo for thia reaull
RHODI ISLAND PI'Ollir.ITIONISTS.
Providence, ir. i.. I*,!,. 82.?Thc Prolill,lt|,,nl-t
mei in -tai,. Convention nu* mornlnn .i. m. winiam
araa elected ebalrmaa and J. n. Tadd, Beeretary.
im.- d de gate, .1. W. PauR, if Baal Provtdraee, In
dl-gii-l asked to have his nann- taken from tile roi!
ai,ti bia redgnatlon ai a aiember af the stale central
c tiiiuitt,r* accepted, ililli of which wei-,, enanlmoudj
done, a iiint f. ii tu eui!, ?iv iug Hie usual readatlona
was adapted, fha foll .wing were made the M M,
taeea of iii" coattail a for state '.flier*: o>veraar,
Henty R. Metcalf, of Pawtucket; Ueateaeat-GovenMr,
.1. i,lillian Larkin, of Hopkintw; Secretary of State
P"_"1 J', *;'"''1' "f Wo..,,-.. I,.-! : ti. u.-ial Treasurer;
li, e. iii-im.*. of Ninth King-i.?wn; Attorney-General
James A. WUllama. ol Prorldenee.
THE BPARIBR Ml SISTER ARRIVES HERE
Signor Emilio de Murunga. Spanl-h Minster la
il,.- Cull.d HatOB, wns one ,,f the passengers on th.
French steamer i.h Normaiiiil*. which unlxvd at Hil
port yesterday tuts ||uvic.
NEW CABINET IN PORTUGAL.
SAMES OF THK MINISTERS MADE KNOWN.
bENHori KlBEIRO TIIE. PRE.MIER-TO AVN'OCNCE
THEIR PROGRAMME IR THE CORTES TODAY.
Liebelt, F?*i>. lt.?Seobec Ribeiro, who was suin
?Donrd by tli*"- Kins to form a Ministry aller the
resignation of tli*> Ferreira. Cabinet, luis guOOOSdod
in Iii** undertaking, tod tho ROW Ministry is an?
nounced ;is follow!:
REEBOK RIREIRO, PdnM Mini. t?r ond Minister ot For
SENHtli; RRARCO, Mlnl-ter of the Infltor
COLONEL 1'IN'TO, Minister or Wai.
RER1IOR AREVEOO, Minuter of Justice.
BENHOR I rsi'HINI, Mlnl-t-r d Finance.
CAPTA1R PERREIRA Du A.MARAL, Minister of Ma*
rlne and tlie t'olenl' *.
SENiioii machado, Mlalater of Public Wada.
'Iii" Cabinet xviii hold h. meeting to-night and
determine tbeir programme, whioh xviLl bo aub?
ineti to thc Cortes to-morrow.
VACANCIES IN PARLIAMENT FILLED.
AN ANTI-FAUN'!.LUTE PICTORT IN RORTH MEATH
-L. J. JE.NNIN.'S'S Si! t EBSOR CHOSEN,
Loudon, Feb. S3.?Tbe election to ill! Bot vacancy
for the northern division nf Meath In tho Ileane
of Common!, canard by ihe anaaattai al Micheal
Davitt, niiti I'iirt'elllt*', Who In the Inst gen,-ral
el. cifon defeated Pinta Mahony, F.irn.'1-lte, Ly
u majority af 40:t voles, wns held >e**.erduy. Th?;
nilli Parndlltea nominated Mr. Gibney ns their cnn
ditl.'iie, while Mr. Mahon! again stood In the Pax
neliite Interest The antl-PomeUltea won the day
Mr. i.ii.ii.v receiving 3,03_ votes agalnat "LEIA cast
lor Mr. Mahony
Ai the Parliamentary election !n stockport to-day
io ii,i Hie -ii itu vacant bv the death of Louli I.
.leiiiilng-, coii ervntlve, Mr. uiiii.lv. 'omervnttve, re?
ceived _,:*.'l rote! and Mnjor .s!iar[i linnie, Liberal,
4,700. _ _
MR. OLAD-ROM. PP A IS HS THE SPEECHES.
London, Feb. S3.?In speaking willi h friend nbout
the Heme Rale debate in tba Hon." Mr. Olodatoae
remarked the high pl nu of most of the speeches mid
tba exceptional abaence of peraonallflai and bitter?
ness. ll<* said he had never heard aa eqarJly nm
mentou.s qnaatlea dlacaaard with suth a luck of acri?
PKEDicmra civil war in ireland.
?IRAN'.E. IOCIETIER PREPARIXO IOU PORCIRLE
RI RIRTARCR TH ROME RULE.
London, lib. 83. It ls rep ried fr mi !i?lfn*t thnt
Hie OriniKe .,?iei|.s in the North of Ireland are pro
pirini* for forcible reddanea toa Home Rule ParlU
meat, should ono be established. It ls tel: g urrang d
that nil Hie J rt - li opponents of Hom... Rule tdmll
slliitiltiiiieoii.ly witlidrnxe their dep.-n.lfs irom Hie p**-*!
ofli,, aavlnp bnaki, sr.d aurebase urtu* to aa uv-d
!n ci e physical force -hould become Bereeaery to
prevent the amirtswi af in-h nome Raia tn dater.
Inoutriaa nee already bring Blade alth .1 view io
rentroctl for a mpply of '.he late-t Improved weapons,
and un Onage dub nt liungiunon lins reerived an
? .Her from a Rtrmfalgbam iBCtOry of l,*_n* Marti,I
rifle* bctteaaaet I* running very hlci union,; the
Royaliata, nnd away <>f them doclaia 'hu'. In the
"rent of tba enactment of the Homa Bala bill, civil
_-ur win Inevitably - n* av
Pmyen agatnat the Home Rule bill are b'lng of?
fered In nil the Protestant churches of tho Diocese
of Down, lu lister.
b"lf._.t, Fell. -jj.-At Hie r**,|iie-t of the !e_dlng
I'tilotilst mer.:,lints mid ratepayers of this elly. Sir
Daniel Dixon, Ibe Lord Mayor, hu* summoned a
meeting of tba leading ettlteoi "f Rel foil to consider
Hie question *.f Home Rule. Tba mealing aili _-?
add on Tuesday next,
toronto, 'oi' . I-'!.. 'J-.'.- The Toronto braneh of tile
111-ti National League ha* indorsed Mr. lilma tone'
Home Hula bill. _
_I PERRY FI. PRESIDENT of TIIF SENATE.
R0R3RATED RY THE. REPCRUCAR I'M'LITES TO
si . CEED M LE ROPER
Pirie, Peb. 83. Tbe Republican members of the
-? its ni"t today to select t:,.-ir candldata for tba
-??list** lY.-sld. ii v left va,..nt by th* l-i-fltgnuttOa of M.
I- Royer. M. Perry waa chosen, ll* received etgtvty
voti R *?:--. Bfty three rot. -. M I a]
? I.-.'-ii'. "Vii voti , M. Jules Milloo, cv,,
\s ENGLISH RANKER COMMITS SUICIDE.
HII.T.'N DARKER, WHOBE PI KM RAILED ORDER
Bl -l-l. IOCS ' ir*, FM8TAKC1 B, ! RDS HIS
ll PR xviril A BULLI T,
landon, T'.v ts, 11>i*.>n Rarfcer, ..ne of the prln
rigel m. -n'" r of the Brm of tl, Barker ??? <'<>. late ol
N.. .2 Muk Ian-, which tailed "ii lama S3, but,
committed *t.i. id.* to-day la a railway carriage near
I' rhe tailor* icrcated much excitement, being
? mihi of 034150,000. It affected a had of
thrifty persona throughout tv? country, wno arete In
lured l ? '!? po-'.' r11??:?.-v iwt.b tha llrrii by the CXCep
i lonni ly blgb rate of Intereat offered, Ibe average rat
i.n.nii .-.I being 7 per cent. The offli l Receiver in
Ernie ip. -.iiii'-d on Investigation (beti whick
led i" tba arr. il ol lUltoa and Bf. Barker, abo wera
the prlnripd membeta of tbe Brm nnd riaponalMo for
it. management. They wera accused "f freed, nnd
i ci wry und. nook i tlon.
Hilton Earlier lia- bora mni !i depreoaed since tbn
'alli!.* of the Brm, aad thia deprei lon wai greatly
Incn-aied by the erred. Ile appenred to consider thal
?lie au!!,"iii!"- Were dealing hu-hiv willi bim, mid
ilwayi rial!.l thal bli Intentloni ked hera hon.-st,
ind t .at in- w.i. i-npiv unfortunate, The suicide nag
"Viil.'iMv premeditated. Ile bad provided MmseU with
a rev*-Iver I"!- Iii,,:.' I',.- train, ? ilul pul lt to hi?
llend, fa owing oul in one ol iu. pocketi
wai found n telegram, nddresaed In the mtn-ial lt..
..ive, Buying: "Come Biid fetch }"iir victim."
ATTACKING PREMIER GIOUTTI.
v RTATEM1 vt nv IX i'l*.' xiii it CRIRPI CATJBEB A
i IUR1 IC I'l RATE IR THR ITtLIAN
i ii I MEER *.i' ni pi rn s
Rom**, Feb. '.".'?lu un Interviet. xvith n "Faa
iiiiri" reporter recently ex-PremW Crisp! criii
?i/.-tl Hi., preeenl diplomatio policy of tbe Govern?
ment, iiiul especially comment lng upon tba i?r<-*"tit
Premiere attitude toward tba bank Mandala,
-aid tliat ni l**n, vvlit'ii Minister of Finance,
Signor i.iolitti told lum thal Ibo Bank af Rome
waa **oii.lin ted ill, c'lly.
Thbi interview waa made the lexi to-day la
the I bamber "i ;i bitter attach boob Premier
Giolitti. The Government xvas Interpellated aa to
the truth of tbe statement u* to it--* knowledge
??f the frauds before tl* expoatire, but Signor
tiiolitti iii.nl,. univ .vaeive replies intended to
.-ut .hort the debute, Seven,! lii.'iiiii, r. of the
riQ^odtinn, taking for granted tha eorrectncaa of
Signor Criapi'g riatemente, eompered them xvith
Premier Glolltti's repeated amertiona u slmrt time
age that iii" Government had brea Ignorant of
tuc liri uk irregularity in (|Ueetion.
Both <;i ililli and Criepi spoke amid much
_ ?. ?._
A HI! II ISM STEAMER 1 (1ST.
London, I'.!.. SS.?The British ateamer Coanan,
!i7;i ton-, xviiicii .lilied from Homburg on January
SS for purls on the wt i oust of Africa, struck
tho Patyah Bock; Bear tba a-outfa of tba simm
River, lu I.lbi ria, nnd was s(, bailly damaged ll.nl
.in* -mik. Th" crew mid pniaingiai bava uli been
::, i unlit t ,1 for.
COMMIBBIORBRB HINT. Willi lord DIFFF.Rl.V.
Parla, Fob. 'JJ. Lord Dufferin, tba Hriilsh Am
bi ador, eatertalned al (limier this evening Ihe
llelirln? Seri Comiiil sinners nial the lawyers connected
arith the ai bin inion proceeding-, Jurilee Harlan, of
Ibe I'nited Mal.- Supreme Coart, and tba Hex*. Mr.
Harlan, al New-York, xvere present.
MINING F.N.'INF.KK.S IN BEMIOM IN MONTREAL.
Montreal. Feb. 'ii. The convention of ile Am**rl
can institute of Mining Rngli.i*. eer%lae_i in
leaden to-day. Presldenl John Rerkenheed, of
i'i,ii.iii,lphi:i, pii'siiiid. Tba annual report nf the
if a irer, sim?iii" o large nirptua, was rend aad
pa ed wini min ii favorable eommeat. Tin- s.*cr.*
tarj reported thal Bearii st..-,i(M,*.i Bad 1.a bbb
scribed io t,.* applied io ibe Coiumhiuii OonveaUon
final, Md tbal nearly 04,000 of thal iiinoiint hus
beea paid to the committee having charge nf tbe
affairs of the Joint engineering Interests at Chicago.
The clec'.ion of ofiicei- win occur to-morrow.
AN F.Ni.I.lsil VIEW tiF TIIF, slLVEK QUISTIOR.
Leedea, tab. 'j.'!.?" The Btaaiaial" in a Maier on
tlie silver i|t|.-.li'fi In tin- Dotted stales Hil* in. rn Itt i.
compai-e* Preatdenl llanl-on's attltade krtik thal of
Nero ROdBng while Kome burned, and WgBMtl Iron
Icillv that tho Ameilciins must be proud of their
Chief Mnulstnite. "Anything tno/e l:op,*b*s-t thun his
1'iaiiiuiy io paap lae dtuaHoa." eoatPinei **The
MUiiilard," "cannot bc conceived, lt BaOBBI that there
must be a severe shock in America liefore the people
will show themselves wiser lhat their rulers and stop
tba creation of sllx-er certificate- mn seine radi tl a_
B-Ohey of full value."
REPORTS OF AN INDIAN MASSACRE.
AN ERTIRM RURTIRO PARTT KILLED TO AVENGE
AN INSULT TO A GIRL.
Vancouver. IJ. C.. Feb. '^...-Stanley Smith, who
arrived here from Cellnfo-ilo a few days ago. brings
word that rumors ure In clrctilotlpn In that district
of a terrible Indian massacre that took place n few
weeba nco on Sorrow Island. Some itlvcrs Inlet
Indians xvent there lo hunt otter, and on the island
wera some of tho Klfhsfala. tribe, further north, nlso
bunting. The story ls that *i Rivers Inlet mnn
molested a Kltkat.ilu.-5 girl, lier tribe avenged the
insult by hilling the a Reader, a oeaeral Bght aa.
Med, mid Hie Rivers Inlet men were vaaojuldied.
All were killed willi Ihe exception of three chiefs,
who xvere spared because of their raak. These chiefs
were imprisoned In a hui. The vlclorious Indians
held u pow wow, and lt was decided that if Ihe Rivers
Inlil <hlifs were allowed to return their tribesmen
would nveng*- themselves, so lt xvas decided to act un
the maxim, "dead men tell no tales." They were
therefore shot to death.
The story was told to Smith by some Indians, and
h.- also heard lt meniloned by sever.l of the crew of
Uie steamer c.H|UltaJam, which had Just returned from
a hobing cruise la the locollly.
Sorrow Is'aiid is di.innt Hom any trading ports,
M lt ls probable that the news of the massacre will
not dei onie generally known for seven-,! weeks. The
indian agent at Alert luy hus been Informed of tba
matter, und lie la making nn investigation.
JUBILEE PRESENTS FOR THE POPE.
OVER 7,000,000 MUROM ALREADY KECE1VED
CORORATUIjATIOXI FltOM I'RESIDENT
Rome, Feb. 2*..?As thc Hope is still I uttering- from a
cold, Um reception of the ptlgrtBia from Hungary,
L'raguay nnd the Argentine, wbleh was to have toben
place today, was postponed indefinitely. Tho Pope,
however, received Comte de Hehaloe, French Am
ba -ador al tbe Vatican, who praaented a leti.T of con*
gratalattoa and two Bevrva va*es from Praddanl car?
not. The letler was countersigned hy M. Devalle,
PTeach Minister of loreign Affairs, nnd expressed the
Prerident'l best wishes for Hie health and long life of
the I'opc In replying to Com'e de Behetae'a oral
congratulations, the Hope spoke of his sincere desire
for the, prosperity of France and the continuance of
the present cordial relations between the Republic and
The catholic noblemen of Rome gave a magnificent
violet rope to Pope I/'o, In wliich lt was CIBBtted that
he would celebrate his Jubilee ?egg. The Pope de?
clined te wear the rope, us he believed tho! on such
a solemn occasion he should wear only white. Ills
decision baa given each offence la the noblemen who
present,.1 il... cope that ho liss promised to wear lt
nt a special BBBBi on St. Joseph's Day.
Puts, Peb. BR.?-The Jubilee presents of money al?
ready received bv the Pop.* amount lo 7,000,000
francs. The Auditen Emperor, ,Au-trl*ui AlCbdabre,
the Archbishop of Plague slid the Primate of Hungary
gave 100,000 franca each. The Plahapi of Aaatria
Hunfary -iit 2.0,000; thc nobility af Boboaala, :.*'.
000; Mexican CUthollca, 100,000; Boatb Aawricon
CathoUt *, iiSO.000.
Several ofltrtali al tbe Vatleaa have tiecn arrested
for (Hiving s,,pi urkets of Bdmlsdon to bl Peter*! en
the ,,.. ri-ion of tlie celebration of mam br the pope.
Th,- ticket- were IBM la direct defiance of order, that
idmtikton should be free.
QUESTIONED RV M. FRANQU"EVILLF_.
TXVO MORF, l'XNAMA CORTRAOTORR EXAMINED?
CHAKI.i.S HE LEv-HI'S'S FL'KTIIEK EX
Paris, Feb. BS.?M. PraaqaevtUe, examining magis?
trate in ihe Paaaa_a aaae, queattenod M. Perilla and
aa il iee Paoama eoe tree ter today concerning the
sum. reedvod by them from the Canal Company, the
, eel of t'._ w,,rk donn by them and the manner In which
they got their contracts, as well ns concerning their
relations to M. Art,m. Buhaoaaontly he visited Hie
Procureur-Oenerd and lenferred wttb him for half an
boor. It ls reported Hat nn important decidion as to
priming the Investigation was made.
While M. FraiMiuevllle was with the Proetirour Gen?
eral, charles d*- Leeaeya, who was ceauritted to tha
\- lara en Primary 7 hy the Judicial (humber for
baring t>rt!>.*i public functionaries, was taken to tho
Palace "f Justice for further examination, lils wife
mri him ferr and they Chatted f"r twenty minuted
wMle nvrittng M. Frn!i,|'iovll]o's return. In conse
i|'i'tl,-e ,,r M. Fr.'l!lt|i|evllle*s ContiiiUed absence the ex
nmlnntioii was eventually p,-si [mju.s*i and M. de Ligar na
waa taken bo* t. to prison.
M. Eiffel baa been til for the Inst three day!. To
. ts ben cumin**d to bia b**l.
ANDRIEUX NOT TO PUBLISH THE NAMES.
THE PUBLIC R.ARRBD A(.\I.\>T SPURIOUS LISTS
?ABS X\C XX I ST P Rt 'CI, X M kl I., EB B D ZED.
Par!*, Fob. 'ii.?M. Auditens. In a newspaper In?
terview, denice tbat ha parpeera pubRahtng the Hst
el the hm bribed Hepatic , and warns the public that
many of the lists mentioned by other! recently are
Tl,,* police have Betaed eeveral large parcels of
revolutionary proclamation! Imported ty local An?
ani.Its from London.
Qt EENSt.AND FLOODS HAVE Sl'HSIDF.D.
Mdbourne, l.t.. S3, rite Hoods in Queen-land have
lubelded i.iui teicgraptiic eommaalcatlea throughout
i." country Uu_ Been resumed.
TR AI SS ON TUE CEN LEAL DELAYED.
I ll I'illT TRAPPIO BETWEER III.HE AND ALBANY
BUBPERDED TROUOLE ON THE
The storm of Tin day Bight ami yeaterday interfered
greatly arith Bright and paaaeeger lei lice "f the
New York Central ami lludaon River Railroad. The
i i affered little xv.-st of Albany, Between Albany
llld New-York, and especially BOtttb of Poughkeepsie.
i'e ira :ka were covered alth snow uui gleet (hal neate
lt ti", e.-arv to stop the freight service and hampered
i-i tonger .ervlce leribaaly. With tbeir eadoamry ac
i'vhv. however, the divuion auperlateadonta set to work
tattling agntari the storm, and they incceeded us
.veil ar c. Hld BO experted miler the trying clrciim
itancee. Bouthbonnd .rains wera from ono hour to
Iv hours lute. The South We-tern l.liuiled, due at
be (irand Central Btatloo al o o'cloek p, m.. xva_
Ix hours and twenty minute* late The South
"bork Limited, due at 7 ::u> a'cloeh p. m., was three
toura late. Even the Albany Express, due at li :-.'i)
?'clock p. tn., xva. one hour late' Trains oa tho
HOW York, New Haven und Hartford Hoad were de?
ny.si flem one to four hour*-. The Huston Ex
ircss, due al 10 O'Clock p. m., xvns four hours late.
Hell a doaen snow plows were kept busy all day ou
Lo Hud-oil Uiver Mridoa of the New York Centra..
Ihe condition i_railualiy improved lad Bight,
rho storm ob tba upper portion of the Harlem
tiver Railroad aaa annually aevere. I_e train.
..IW-eell New Yolll .".Ut! I'll W ! 111 l_T WHS Hot il.lTl.rcil
.vitii to a marked degree, but north ol Pawllag lu tha
,-iciiiiiy of Waasale and Doaton Coiners Hie snow
rea reported to be over .ix feet deep. Tbe tr itu
vhleh f.-ft Chatham nt an carly hour yeaterday awni?
ng i_iss. d through white Platni leven hours bte.
?our engine! were used t? force a way thrungli the
u-t accumulating snowdrifts in columbia County.
xii the available loree nf laboring men ai the com*
'any's call have been sent from Willie Plains mid
it ber [Mints North to open the road. Snow pi iugas
inti half a do/en engine were ulso .ont.
RUDDER DEATH OF A FROMISEST KAXSAX.
Chicago, Peb. BB.?A dispatch fruin Topeka, says:
* Leland .!. Webb, one of the most prominent attorneys
n the >iale, anti formerly .irand Commander of the
Kallona! Smis of Veterans, wns found dead 111 hts
?llice last night. He wns a conilrnitsl Beet of cocuine
uni ll ls not known whether he ?It.-cl fr/nn UR overdose
ir whether he took his iHsf potion with suicidal In?
tent. He hud twice been Insane from the usc of this
Irng and hud tried to kill himself. H*x wns released
linn the lanae asylum only two months ago, where
ta had been sent ut his uwn re.ticst lu hopes of
?Sooting a care."
THE IVY CITY TRACK TO OPES SATURDAY.
Washington. Feb. 22.-President (.unley, of the Ivy
Uv i lull, to-day said that the tlrst mooting of Hie
lull would begin Batarday next, unless the weather
hoiild happen to lie unusually ft -vere. Men gre now
il work BB the tiaek, and buildings and many lin
troveiilellts are being made. Mr. (.unley si.pi theta
gould be pbiitv of noises here, mut Hint gilda wot ttl
,<? limited to twelve or llfteen hor-.es. Ile Ilma ghi Hie
aces would continue for not los tlmn ninety dav*.
'. VletOt miss, of New York, will be MetlUll of tip*
hil., and Mr. Pelftis, formerly aeerdaiy, will be mud.*
IB associate judge. Thia I, nut on mioitnl of anv '
llssallsfactlon with Mr. Petina, but simply beean-." of j
?tr. Pel!iis*s Hain,ugh exp. rle.ice In the stand, and
.. au.,. Mr. Saw, us .secretnry. would IIBBII a gr.iit |
iiimher al desirable entries.
Among thc -RaMaa which have slgnuied an Intention
o partldpato Lu tba meelina. Mr. Pettu- slated this
: t lover Stable, i0-' j*' J.* ?ock, j;
T-' ..' *' "-"t"*8' ?': P- Brodie, m-V' D''???>tl?_,,
C. Desmond. :;; J. (asev -,? n iY V * p- Rmtmt ,7*
nings. Li; p. b. Ifcri'l iift^'-irra
llutchlns Stable. 5 ' ** J' ***** 8* >.__6f|
SELECTIONS FROM THE MAH,
THEY WANT CORERS TO BE PHYSIC,...
To the Editor of The Tri bu. ^
Mr: The committee, on legislation 0f 1 ^
society of the Stat,* 0f Rew-York have rh Mm^
a bill ls before the Ugtebbua wS_lTTHtN
the Coroner's office In ihe bouda of th_ _T t0 ?*?
fcsslon. Thoy have no bedtatloa In sav ?? __' *>
hlch they represent la w_mhT_. ** *t
society Will.., .,?,, ?-pre.seni ls Warmly In ""
this principle, lt ls undoubtedly t_>i|?v_ * ?*
physli Ians and surgeons of this stat.. ,*,,,,,. ** %
ot coroners, .so far as ascerlalnlng uie '? , iv*n
disease or Injury causing death ls concern!? * *?
ho In their hands, and that thus the best __! S^
ihe coniniiinlty will be promoted. W|tli0l., ,*Mt**<
any pnrtlculsr bill lu all Its detofla which on mM
present time be before the Legislature .a. " ***
fliell x-iin-anti-d In urging the Legislature ^mmi?-U
law /which wm, i? the Sate of RewTySk toW*%
.-state o| Maaaac-maetu, make the oin, ? _,;.__*to tl*
to be lilied only by a -ompetent^-^l__???_5
committee al*o believe, tfmt a i-_5Ht__ 5
..LO.- to f-J.HOO In the country und sm* i * *e-U
service*5 P!"U lD 0,'d?r ,0 I"'CUre ^-SST-aS
The cooperation of the press of til, st.,. ,
ty requested lu favor of toll principle ^le*??im
D. H. *T. .it.H.v gQ-g.
DANIEL I.EWls K(>06*.
D. V. (.). LEARY,
New-York, Feb. 32, 1603. ^Comnatt^
?? *? . ,
THOSE TER NIP CF.RTI FIXATES
To the Editor of Thc Tribune. '
Slr: What has been done about tho*. ___?
tiiic.ites xx.'.ich the Uovern-aeat was askm toP_*,s
aa turnips! Turnips wera BO coats a bufhei^.TJ
now they are only IS, aud If they w.rt. is,u#4 Jr*
must) be a heavy loss. I protest against tho cer.Uc-tol
ever being paid. As the Govenuaeat has ?dmn,^
and noted on the principle of P'irc!w?_g .?"*
product of a baatoeaa, i could wa _7_2i^J*
why the turnips might not ?,.? bought too iti?*
vere bought thero must be Borne way nf i_1.1L!?
of them found. a. -JtMK&SL*
Rlverhead, L. I., Feb. 16, is__, w>lft
OOMOBUIll-Q LOIR} words,
To the Editor of The Tribune,
rlr: Probably Hie longest legitimate word ta tke
English language (lt wns not lm luded among _.
eight given In The Tilbune the other dey) u tm
idibRibmeatartaalim.* tm* was u-,*i by s-r-Mi
English, and Irish newspaper- nt the time of th* tu.
establishment of the Irish Chareh, about 1,71, .gs
ls .said to have found Its way Into the lieus. oKon,
There ls an old farce called "(rypioeonchol-jypto,,
osfomata" which was revive, by Mr. Charles Collet
ri London actor, some fifteen years ago, and wu ?.
t-nsiv.'ly advertised In the London p,-"--, to the __
may ol the compositors and proofreaders.
with regard to *bonorlfirubliitudinitv,a though nat
given "in the l_*st dlcttonaries," lt will _? found ta
an even more extended form. -Altli twenty-aereaRRaa
in the lift li act "f Shakespeare's "Love's __b,.*s___.i
Mew-York; Peb. ia, law. \ _^
TUB PRONFNfTATMN OF ? --ACRIFICE.' 1
To the Editor of Tho Tribune.
Slr: Last night I marled a young lady In 1 pita
speahlng contest for pronouncing merilee with wQ
"a" at the end. Vfebeter -ays -Hz'' for both nota
and verb; and In " Principles of Pronunciation," pin.
graph SO, thai dtettouery .-.ivs, ~ l:_s tho sound 4
t in tlio words mailtBff. dee, wdBce ard dl_c<-n.'
Rut -The Century Dteflonery," I lind this morning,
marks sa cr! tic "Hs or li?." -ice and -uflit .* -..fi, i_j
leaves only discern absolutely wltk Ibe -md of.
un what ground 1* thi. change Budal
Proctor, Vt., Pcb. i'i, 1800, L. A. BIBtlff.
THE APPOINTMENT t'F .IITP'E ORMU& 1
To the Editor of Thc Tribune.
Slr: Why do the DeBjocrati "rage and 1____n
a vain tiing"! Why all this -wailing and g_uh_g
ot teeth* 1 Mr. (Irv. kuri i- a trae Bourbah, aad ta
ls simply inn- to the iblbboteth "f Dcmocney, ita
"To the victors belong thc spoils." I do not sm
wtiy the leaders of the pany lind fri ult with the ap.
pdatawet of Judge, nrcsiiam. It 1* In perfect uo V
1 ord with the pur, -t postulate! of Deniotrscy. Mr, I
cieviand knows thal the appoiataaeat as th..* waa *
I *-r- or bis Cabinet of mch men as Judge .Madam
ls m.-rely rewarding Hiern fer services NB-Boag.
Tiiey know they could not ka ve elected their min wits*
out the uld of di itt ?( ted -tr dlsappdBted RepubU.ar.1,
and now when Mr. Cleveland !, 'neatly and fearta__B_
puta tn.'ir doctrine Into practice they sit down on
th.lr "hind leg- and howl.- lt wood be well li
they would hom their peace long rnougk t? ponder
lite Arabic proverb: -If I nm auster and thou art
master, -who shall drive tbe :.--'"' or. -Th", who
complain iiiat liranthnm steeple ?tand_ awn will not
iel a -tralght.-r by lt." AN oi.DLINE *_ll,_.
EBaabetb, N. J., Peb. 10, 1-03.
A TKII'.FTE TO CHARLES F. CH ICKEIUNO. .
To tlie Editor of Thc Tribune.
-ir: I waa! to thanh yoe ter your editorial to-day
on tba caae "f the late ? kariea E. CMriwriag, ir.*! I
xvould ai.-o like to record my bumble but nay sin<:*?
belief in Mr. Chlcheriug 11 a Christian a:id a pntle
man. He xvas a friend te Ihe poer and the oppwri,
nnd dui nianv kind acts win, a are Blt yet f'Tt-U
by the varioei recipients thereof. Mr. Chi.k**ruil
was a man wiiolly incapable ot a Biean acion a
anv sort, and was generous nnd i.l.*h-nd"l-l '-? ?
um:. KATE PEBCV DOCOUi
-N'ow-York, Feb. 17, 1803.
MEETINGS AND EXTERTAINMINTA
A roncrt bv tho Royda Bo 1- t-.- Cberai anl ' *'- r
ti" dvea Bl til" natliei i* eahjnerlaa Cbarrb on F*br_siy
*jt, under the teaptrm Bf Hm Touag 1..?1 ??* BRR Om
l?r. Alexi* a. Juiieii aili deRvei a-i BiaabaBd BdBI
on ???iii.- Miateilaaea d ea Obelld ' xr"(t'tU
Ueographlcd Society, at Chtekeriaa Hall ?n Priiaev ?>"
A on,-rt vt.i. _ri\.-ri l.i-t 1 ? ' .?- BMBR Atr,*a
Methodist Epteeepel Chutch, Re IIB BdUneet, tte ?
1 .ii nt of the Bandar araed library et tba 'cr-.' WR
Berala i-", a-.-i-'-d by Ma-e, JeialBoi, Mi_? vi-urU
Beete, Mi*s Eva Turner and Protoaaa. nedaRB WURR
vontribut'Ni tiio BBteriaaaaeM et the iva-Rgi
ejrm Kirxw rirct officrra
The iHtceiitii annual BBtellnR of the Nw yelk BUM
Cheee Aaaadatloa was bald at tha Renaaa SmuBt
Temple. No. iit) East Fifteenth**.. **mttlAtt mon
lng. The tetlawtag o_in*rs were Hertel: WmWBSt
Howard .1. Regen, of Albaay, preddeut; A. i'",t'?
Higgtas, P. <;. Jaoaarh and o. 11. fbeiatea.af?atete
vtee-prea-dente; P. Bobo, treasurer; A. ??? W's
aeeietary; advteury <.imlttce. Hr. P. MBM.A**
berg and W. Hlgt low.
A cliauiploti-lilp and genera! (oin nani'ni open ri ?
10 a. m.. willi thirty-two ratriea. lh.
contestant! were: ,4
Championship tournament, open onlv to "^r,,'l_S[
players of uuqmsiloned strenatb." tir-i pru- ^5
won bv Eugene Delmar, Mai annan rh****"????JS
prise, gio, won by John _. liva". Ranhattaaam
C'ub. Problem solving touman .-ii*, open '".-"'"LL
ber.. E. (Hiv, Urooklvn Cir,-, (lu!* :r-*l. CI.W"
Nueeiit. Cliy Cheea Hub. second. In the mum
tournament a prtae of *.*_o wa* divided eqaaBI i>^****
Beltaer und Bonada.
- 0 ,
A XFAY IRRtJATRE Sl'ccESSFCUY ST.lV>K>
Harrisburg. Penn., Feh. '.'*_ fl"'' hil ??-Tfc* ' J
sh.-ei mill plant of the Utaaee-Gro-1-an i"mi*"\i
N.-vv York, was put In operation IhU ift-iaBBl J
iniu-h trreaaaay, Thc bow plant 1. -ltaatedjp
ttl Harrisburg, on a twelve ec re tract, nnd tnt
pletisl within ten months. It will employ ttm^_
to ..(Mi men nnd lt ls said that In lime *****
paula agra work. ,,r Um Irm en Lung isund si
nv red her.*. A ayectal nain brought the "tH'fri ?'^
eeaapaay bam New York, aad they erere rn'1' ?l^M
work* by -'ix? nromlnenl cliu-n- of tlatthmt.^j
hud h.* n Invited to ns l-l at the opening. Ll"|d yr
Curdter, a daughter nf Vice Pr. ddenl < p"* ?;''', Jg
brother Aagustui gulled the lew thal*! mj^
machinery lu motion and everythlaa Vl,l',v?.,ii-rii
and perfectly. Th.* successful -tarting -'I '? "''?,?-!?
followed by il lMinqtut. at which speech.'* * ' jj,
bv M. W. M.AIarn.y in bcliulf of tho-Hy liUa u
N'ichols for the company.
THE HOI.WAY AT THE THEATRES.
Cenaateriag BM ?tither and tea aralklegW"^
thing else y*. rdnv wa* 1 -"I ''"''' '- '"'N(W(. _.
Mettam wen* gtvca at nb.ut baR tt ";'J ^1jV, M
wa.vs have afternoon performance*, wi U','',.,tld_-ioB
iii- h .nd iv added a tea bmti t.? tin* 11 ' *m |n 1U
ibearad Wi- aeaal legdileei aemm de ?"TJ, w,n
roiutitnis with tfieit:,**. Baa.J ''?'*' ? ***** wrN
crt.tvd.-d both sttcrn.tt.n and iveateg aaa ' "? ^
Beady SOmjSj. Fur unknown r.'?_..n* hl,,"n . w bs
wivs to adv eau tba Ri ten" "f M""" "'"'__ ,?d tua
fsiai to Babara. At Daly's Tkeetie, RjJ ?>"x'; *\ m
R-oplrn th'* hon*.'* arri raagtaedy ?*?; ,, ;tk
p,re 11, th" .-vein,.. 1 teige amtaj tom amgem
Kc"i?".,,t. -nw "Th,* tilrl I Ult hehtoA >'' >>A.
_a* I momm .ft'rvvard. te will,!. ****** \**i _.ra
man's coin|_inv who p!?v tb.* ***** "' :irni- .)M i.c.tj.
invitoi. SMmtmj mm s*mem met* Cetm tye ,?*
I .,r?u.C?'o.,*l ,i. M. smith. Maj"" W.I....-* ? *V tm
i'X-1'rlaadi.Mienrral T. L Writ-"... of l""n'^ Mof,^,
a-t.r* invited were Frank Mm Moats ^ Qtjttm
Nohwi. THlllllll. W. BL Thon.pi-u md **m**