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( ESTABLISHED 1850. I
/J.H. K'l ILL, Editor *ml Proprietor.} REGULATING RAILROADS. THE HOUSE A GHEES TO THE CO NEEKEN C E HEPC ) UT. A V<‘t* of 310 Yean to 41 Nays Settle* I)i ** 1-onv I>* l*te—The Hill Now Heady for ih~ Slfin ttur of tho Preuiden; The Vote in Detail. Washington. Jan. 21.—1n tbe House to-day, iilier the reading of the journal, the Speaker stated that the regular order was the vote upon the adoption of the conference report on the interstate com merce bill. Mr. liutterwortb asked unanimous con sent to have a separate vote upon the lourth section, and Mr. Weaver, of lowa, asked to have a separate vote on the com mission feature, but Mr. Crisp objeoted to both requests. Mr. Dunnam moved to recommit the bill to the conference committee. Mr. Crisp raised a pointof order against that motion. Tbe Speaker said he knew of no rule which authorized the recommittal of a sonterence report, and sustained the point j of Older. Mr. O’Neill, ot Pennsylvania, inquired whether there was any Parliamentary jj proceeding by which those gentlemen. ; who were embarrassed by having to vote fdor or against an important bill without having an opportunity to divest it of its objectionable features, could be relieved |nf that embarrassment, but no sugges tion to that end was made, aud tbe vote was taken on adopting the conference ra il port. It was agreed to by 219 yeas to 41 ■ nays. THE VOTE IN DETAIL. Following is the detailed vote: Yeas—Messrs. Adams of Illinois, | Adams of New York, Allen ot Mississippi, Anderson ot Kansas, Bauer, Baileutine, Barbour, Barksdale, Barnes, Barry, Bavne, Belmont. Bennett, Blanchard, Blount, Bound, Brady, BrecVinridye ol Arkansas, Breckinridge ot Kentucky, Brown ot Ohio, Brown of Pennsvlvan a, Buck,Bunnell, Burleigh,Burrows,Bit ter worth, Bynum. Cabell. Caidwetl, Felix Campbell ot New York, Campbell of Pennsylvania, Can non, Carleton, Cutcltings, Clem ents, Coiltns, Compton, Comstock, On t, Cos. per. Cowles, Cox ot North Carolina. Crain, Crisp, t'roxton. Culber -801. e i in, Cutcheon, Daniel, Davidson ot Florida. Dawson, Dmuley, Dockery, Dorsey, Dougherty. Durham, Dunn, Eden, Edridge, Ellsberry, Everhart, Faiqubar, Flatter. Fleeger, Foran, Fuller, Fuostnn, Galllnger, Ge.ldee, Gibson of Maryland, Glover, Goff, Green, Grout, Hale, Mail, Haisell, Hammond, Harmer, Harris, Hatch, Haynes, Heard, Hemp hill, Henderson of lowa, Hetderson of Illinois, Henderson of North Carolina, Bendry, Hepburn, Herbert, Herman, Hiestand, Hires, Hitt, Holman, Holmes, Hopkins, Howard.) Hudd, Irion.Johnston, ot Indiana, Johnston oi North Carolina, Jones of Alabama, Jones ot Texas, Lafoon, Lafollette, Lande*. Lob mi, Lawler, l-efevre, Lehlbacli, Lint sley, Littl-, Lore, Louttit, LiVt-rinz, Low ry. Lyman, Mahoney, Mat son. Me Adno. Sl< Comas, McCreary, McKinley, McMii lln, AlcKea. Millard, .Mil liken, Mills, Mot lilt, Morrill, _ Morrison, Muller, Mur pby, Neal, Neece, Nelson, Norwood, O’Donnell, O’Ferrall, Osborne, Outb wniie. Owen, Parker, Payson, Peel, Per kit s. Perry, Peters, Petiiboue, I'uelps, Pierce, Plumb, Randall, Richardson, Biggs, Robertson, Rockwell, Komeis, R< igers, Rowell, Husk, Ryan, Sadler, Saw. yer, Sayers, Scott, Scranton, Ses sions, Snaw, Singleton, Skinner, Sowilen, Spooner, Springer, Steele, Stephenson, Stewart of Texas, Stone of Kentucky, Stcne of Missouri, Storm, Strait, Struble, Swope, Syraes, Tarsney, Taut bee, E. B. Taylor of Ohio, I. H. Tavlor of Ohio, J. M. Taylor of Tennessee, Z. Taylor ot Ten nessee, Thomas of Illinois, Thomas of Wie< ronsin, Tnompson, Tillman. Towns heml, Trigg, Tucker, Turner Van Eaton, VanSebaiok, Wade, Wakefield, Wallace, Ward'd Illinois, Ward of Indiana, War. ncr of Ohio, Warner of Missouri, Weber, Wellborn, Wheeler, White of Minnesota, Wiikms,Willis,Wilson,Wlnans. Wolford. Woodburn and Worthington—2l9. THE NEGATIVE VOTE. Those voting in the negative were: Messrs. Allen oi M assachusetts, Anderson of Onto, Bliss, Bouteile, Boyle, Bragg, Brumm, CnmpDell ol Ohio, Caswell, Dib ble, E y, Evans, Felton, Findlay, Freder ick, Guy, Giifiuati, Grosvenor, Hayden, Hill, Jolnson of New "V ork, Kelley, Ret (bum. Libbev, Long, Markham, Alar tin, McKenna, Miller, Morrow, Oaies. O’Neill ot Pennsylvania, O'Neill of Mis fsoun, Uanney, Reed of Maine, Rice, Sey mour, Wadsworth, Wait, Weaver ot South Carolina and White oi Pennsylva nia. ▲ large number of pair* was an. nmjnced, but only In the following oases was it stated how the members named in the pairs would have voted: Messrs. Marunan, Glass, Snyder, Clardy, Wise and Stone of Massachusetts, who would have voted in tbe affirmative, were pa red with Messrs. Bacon. O'iiara, Uanback, BiUybam, Neglev and Davis, who would have voted iu the negative. The bill, after being enrolled and signed by the presiding officers of the two houses, will be sent to toe President for las action. PROVISIONS OK THK BILL. ' The bill, as agreed upon by both llHaes of Congress, in Its first section applies ire provision# of fib is act to any common carrier engaui and In the transportation ot pass* n gers w holly t>y railroad, or partly oy rail road and partly by water, when both are used under common control, management or arrangement through more than one Slate or Territory, or trom uny place in the Gntted States 10 an adjacent foreign count) v. It defines the term “railroad” to in< tide all bridges nod lorries used or operated by any railroad. All charges made inr any service rendered in the tranepmtalien of passenger- or property shall be reasonable and just, and every unjust and unreasonable charge for such service is prohibited and declared to be unlawful. NO DISCRIMINATION. Section 2 makes it unlawful for any common carrier -übject to the provisions f this am to charge, demand, collect or receive directly or Indirectly trom any person or persons greater or less compen sation for any service rendered in the transpoi tai tun ol passengers or property than It charges, demands, collects or re celvesjrom any other person or persons lr dots* tor him or them like and con temporaneous servioe in the transporta tion of a like kind of traffic under sub stantially similar circumstances and conditions. (Section :i makes it unlawful for any common carrier subject to the provisions ■ this act to make or givo any undue or nieasoi able preference or advantage to any particular person, company, firm, corporation or louu tty, or any particular description of traffic. Every common carrier subject t.o tue provisions of this act shall, according to tboir respective ' powers, afford all reasonable, nroper arid I equal facilities for the interchange of ; traffic between their respective lines, and for the receiving, forwarding aud deliver ing of passengers and property to and from their several lines and those con necting therewith, aud shall nor discrim inate in their rates aud charges between such connecting lines. LONG AND SHORT HAULS. Section 4 enacts that it shall be unlaw - lul for any common carrier subject to the provisions of tuts act to charge or receive any greater c mi.ensarion in the aggre gate for the transportation of passengers or ot liko kind oi property undersubsian j t ally similar circumstances and oondi- I tions, for a shorter than for a longer dis- I iance over the same line in the same di j rection, the shorter being included within j the longer distance, but this shall uot be construed as authorizing any common carrier within the term of this act to charge and receive aagreat compensation lor a shorter as for a longer distance; provided, however, tnatuoon application to the commission appointed under the provisions of this act such common carrier may,in special oases, after investi gation oy the commission, be authorized to charge less tor a longer than tor shorter distances for the transportation ot passen gers or property, and the commission may from time to time prescribe the extent to which suoti designated common carrier mar he relieved Irom the operation of this section of this act. Section 6 enacts that it shall be un lawful tor any common carrier subject to ihe provisions of this act to enter iuto any contract, agreement or combination with any other common carrier or carri ers tor the pooling of freigutsol different and competing railroads, or to divide be tween them tbe aggregate or net proceeds of the earnings ot such railroads or any portion thereof; and in any case of any agreement for the pooling of freights as aforesaid, each day of ns continuance shall be deemed a separate offer use. PUBLISHING RATES. Section 6 requires that after 90 days from the passage of the act every com mon currier subject to its provisions shall have printed and keep tor public inspeciou, schedules showing its rates, fares and charges, and in additi n to re quiring the railroads to give publicity at ull ol the depots on their several lines, it gives authority to the commission, where it is proper and necessary, to require them to give publicity to their rates to other places beyond the lines of their several railroads. It also provides thai rates, (ares and charges shall not b raised except alter 10 days of public no tice, but that they mav lie reduced with out previous pu 1 c not ee— be notice, however, sha 1 be simultaneous with the reduction itself. Section 7 makes it unlawful for any common carrier to enter into any combi nation or agreement to prevent the car riage of freights from being continuous from the place ol shipment to the place of destination. Section 8 declares that any common carrier violating tbe provisions of Ihe act shall he liable to tne person or persons injured thereby tor the full amount of damages sustained in consequence ol any such violation, together with reasonable counsel or attorney’s fee. MODES OF REDRESS. Section 9 provides (bat persons olauniiig to have been damaged by toe action of common carriers may proceed for the recovery of their damages either in the courts of the United States or be fore the commission herein provided for. but not betore both tribunals. Section 10 makes it a penal offense to violate any of tne ot this act and puts ihe maximum ottine which may be imposed at the sum of $5,000. The eleven following sections contain the Commission features of the bill. They provide lor a commission to consist ot live persons, whose term ot office shall be for six years, ex cept for the first appointments, which are to be for two, time, four, live, and six years. The member* ot this oom mission are to be appointed by the Presi dent, by and with the advice of the Sen ate. Their principal office shall he in Washington.but they may hold sessions at other places than Washington, and a single member of the commission may take testimony anywhere as may be di- j ri e'ed by the commission. These Com- ! missiosers have salaries ot $7,500 each. The commission baa power to - appoint a secretary with an : annual salary of $.1,500. and bus authority to employ and fix the corn oensaiion of such other employes as it may find neeeasa y lo a proper nertor roanee oi its duties, subject to the ap proval of the Secretary of the Interior. Section 22 provides that nothing con tained in this act shall abridge tho reme dies now existing at common la w or by statute. Section 23 appropriates $t00.0t)0 for the purposes o-this act for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1888. Section 24 provides that the provisions 1 ol sections 11 and 18 of this act, relating ; to the appointment and organization ot . the com mission h r° |n provided lor, shall j take effect immediately, and the remain- j inir provisions of this act shall take effect ! 00 days after date. HOUGH .lUStICK, Gov. Fornker’sCharacteristic Allu sion to Detail Confederate Heroes. Washington, Jan. 21.—Mr. Sliermnn has offered in the Senate an amendment to be proposed to tbe sundry civil bill to appropriate $3,000 to put new fences around the cemeteries in which the Con. federate dead are liuripd near Columbus, < >., and on Johnson’s Island. Accompany ing the amendment is an extract, from ihe recent annua! message of Gov. Korakerm - which be refers to the dilapidated fences ! and neglected state of the grounds, and adds: “The hatred and detestation that atl loyal people roust and should over en terrain for the destruetive political doc trines that ttiese men tougbt for ought not to stand in the way of either a cordial feeling toward the living, who have aban donerl such heresies, or proper regard and Christian respect for the graves of the dead, who, although wrong, yet heroically and valorously contended tor the convic tions they entertained.” The Sigaal Service Bureau. Washington, lan. 21.—'The death of' Gen. Hazon nas revived the dismission of i what ouanges wilt oe made in the Blgnal i Service Bureau, and the newspapers to day reprint Gen. h bar loan’s retort upon the draft of Gen. Ha/ea’s bill, which con templates the estabiisemcnt of tho Signal service as a permanent bureau of tho War Department, disapproving of that bill and Secretary Kadloott’s approval of I Gen Sheridan’s reoort. It is expected that Secretary Eidioott will make some recommendation upon tbe subject to Con gress before long. liaiKlnll's Conference. Washington, Jan. 21.—The Bandoll confer-uce of moSeetion Democrat*, se tor to-night, d'd not take place, the omn niitlee appointed at the .ait ineull. g not being ready to report as yet. SAVANNAH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22. 1887. OUT OF HOUSE AND HOME EVICTION STILL IN PROCESS IN IRELAND. I Sir Michael H>cUs Beach Announce* Hl* Inability to Go to Gtenbetgh aud Al lege* that Others Are to It ame for Any Suflf ring That May Occur—Agent Hoe’s Offer. Dublin, Jan. 21.—The amount of tne reduction of rents accepted by the tenants on tne i stales of Lord Londonderry, Lord Lieutenant, whs 10 per cent. The tenants had demanded a 39 per cent, reduction. Evictions at Glenbeigh, County Kerry, were resumed to day, Messrs. Colybears and Dillou acting for the tenants, having tailed to make terms with the ag-nt. .Mr. Koe now proclaims that he will raze to the ground the houses of ail teuauts refusing to meet his terms. Lord Mayor Sullivan has gone to Glen beigh. Several evictions were affected there to-dav. All l hose evicted, however, were re-admitted as caretakers at, a nom inal salary oi one penny uer week. A great throng of people followed the evict ing party trom place to place, but al tbougn me crowd was boisterous there was no rioting. The Board of Poor Law Guardians ot West Post, Gountv Mayo, have unani mously adopted a resolution condemning the executive of ihe National League at Dublin as unlawfully constituted, be cause not elected oy the people compos ing the league, and asking Mr. Parnell to arrange to have Substituted anew execu tive which shall bo eleoted by the suf frages ot the whole league, The resolu tion declares that this change is neces sary for the safety ot the Irish cause. Copies ot tbe resolution have been lor warded to Mr. Fitzgerald, President ot toe Irish League in Amerioa, and to promluent members of the order in that couutry. SIR HICKS BEACH’S VIEWS. Glenbkigh, Ireland, Jan. 21.—Com moner Couaybeam- yesterday received a telegram from Sir Aliobael llieks Beach, who is in London, saying: ••it is itnpoa sjble for me to go to Ulenbeigb. From al accounts it appears that the police are only protecting the owners in ihe neces sary enforcement of tneir rights. Auv suffering* resulting, tin ugh much to be regretted, are altogether due to others.” The following reply was sent: “WY are quite prepar and to leave all to tip jud meiit ol tue public. We uuerly deny that there is a shadow of louu latton for sa\ mg that suff ring here has been caused by others. Y m are clearly bound io explain your statement and prove the authority on which you made it.” Negotiations with a view to an arnica ble settlement were resumed at 7 o’clock last evening and terminated at midnight without success. AGENT ROB’S OFFER. Agent Roe formulated a memorandum to the effect that lie would accept half a year’s rent aud the costs alri any in curred and give a lull receipt from Mav, 1880, and consent to lbe Commissioners fixing the rent ot each tenant. Air. Dillon and others n otied: “We represent the tenants tn this matter ami will lay beiore Air. Roe to-morrow proposals in tfieir behalf.” Later they sen t a note say ing: “Ag-nt Roe, it appears clear, ha* no desire for a settlemeir, having merely repeated the offer of last November. There is no course open but to do all in our power to protect, the tenantry from the barbarous and inhuman action of Agent Roe.” LIGHTING A BLAZE. Liverpool, Jan. 21.—Mr. Goschen, Chancellor of the Exchequer, candidate lor Parliament in the Exchange division ot Liverpool, in a speech ho e last night -aid that it was a libel on tbe Liberal Unionists to say that, their attitude was incompatible with the entertaining of the greatest sympathy tor Irish tenants. “The Irish agitators,” Air. Goschen said, “are now treading on tragedy. They are increasing the collisions between tbe tenants and the law. They are lighting a blaze whenever they can and tanning the flame by agitation.” l it iNCE’i CABINET. Defeat of Daupliin’s Proposal Pre cipitates Another Crisis. Paris, Jan. 21.—The Budget Commit tee of the Chamber o' Deputies has, by a vote ot 18 to 6, rejected tbe amendment presented by M. Dauphin, Minister of Finance, providing for a;i issue of bonds to the amount of 375,000,000 francs, re deemabie in 00 years, to ui. ei the tempo rary ue. de ol tne government. M. Dau phin is consequently expected to resign and a < abmet crisis is imminent. T*e present Ministry was formed on Dec. 10. At a council of me .Ministers t- day ii was and cided that Pn inter G ibb t and M Dauphin, Minister or Finance, stiou and j ilntlv present tbe latter’s bud et hil. in ihe C amber of Deputies, and tha, re jection oi the measure would uivo.vo the resignation oi the Cabinet. GERMANY'S ARMY BILL. Berlin, Jan. 21-—The Ultramontane manifesto state* that the Central party will inti xiblv resist every at'erupt in derogate the constitutional rights ot the people. Tue Frankfort Journal publishes a tele gram from Muitioh wniob asserts that, me Lit.amobtaties voted against the septen iiute ip spile o! tbe Papal command to support It, No reason bus been given, but’it is stated tbst >bo Bavarian Ultra moutan s are already seeking candidates willing to comply with the Papal wishes. Herr Stocker declines to stand as a can didate in Berlin. WHAT THE AMERICA BROUGHT. London, Jan. 21.—The price pod by the Italian government for th Naiional Line steamer Ara iica was $857,500. Bne will be used to cany torpedo boats, o: which she can accommodate several on her capacious decks. ALARMING RUMORS AFLOAT. LonLoN, Jan. 22. 5 A M. Rumors of war arc b coming more and more fre quent. 'lhe North German Gazette, Na tions! Gazette and Cologne Gazette, a* well as tbe Times, Standard ami Daily News of London, all report that France i making elaborate preparations to diapaten to the German frontier strong reinforce ments of al! arms, Th“ Monarch Line’s Owners Fail. London, Jan. 21.— John Patton, Jr., & Cos., managers of tbe Monarch Line, snip owners, snip and insurance brokers, etc., have fulled. Tauir liabilities and assets are both large. A Bank Manager Arrested. IXiNDON, Jan. 21.—Manager Hanssn.nr the wenter n branch ol tne private-banker ol Copenhagen, has been arrested, lie is charged with embezzling 290,990 crowns. Ordinal .facobim’s Hticcesaor. Bomb, Jan. 21.—Mgr. lUmpoha >Wi Tinder ■, ibe Papal Nuncio at Madrid, lia* bei n designated lo succeed Cardinal Jacobinl as Papal Secretary ol State. GEN. JACKSON’S KFSiG.Y.ViION. TLe Senate Asks the State Depart ment for the Corre-pondenee. Washington, Jan. 21.—1n the Senate to-day the presiding officer presented a communication from Ihe President, with a letter from Samuel C. Reed, offering to the natiou the sword ot til* lather. Capt. Reed, who commanded the privateer General Armstrong al the battle of Faya l . The President suggests that action be taken tor acceptance of the gilt. The communication was ordered printed and laid on the table. Mr. Spooner was appointed on tbe Com mittee on Privileges and Elections to till tne vacancy caused by tbe death of Gen. Logan. THE OLEOMARGARINE LAW. Numerous petitions were presented by several Senators foran amendment of ttie oleomargarine law and for the repeal ol iue internal revenue laws ami were re - ferred to the Committee on Finance, Mr. Brown offered a resolution, which was adopted, requesting the President to communicate to the Senate copies ot ail correspondence with the government of Mexico in regard to the seizure and sale of the Am rlemi schooner Rebecca in the port of Tampico, and also copies Ot an correspondence between the slate De partment and tbe late Minister Jackson, with Mr. Jackson’s letter to the Presi dent on the subject of his resignation. FLORIDA LAND GRANTS. The resolution offered by Mr. Call on tbe subject ot forfeiting certain railroad land grume iu Florida was taken up. and Mr. Call resumed bis argument in ex planation and advocacy ot it. At the close of Mr. Call’s speech the resolution went over without actios. Mr. Edmunds gave notice on behalf ol tbe Coinmlttse on Foreign Relations, that to-morrow, immediately alter the completion of the strictly morn ing business, he would ask the ben ate to consider the bill respecting the proleoMon of American fishermen, which ne had r ported the other day. Subse quently, however, the Senate agreed to adjourn over Mil Monday. A motion to reconsider the vote to adjourn over was made and defeated by a vote of 21 yens to 28 nays. The Senate then, at 2:15 o’clock, on mo tion ol Mr. Morgan, went into secret ses sion, and when the doors were reopened adjourned till Monday. IN THE HOUSE. In the House to day Mr. Crisp, of Geor gia, trom the Committee ou Commerce, reported back the resolution requestum the Secretary ot the Treasury to make in quiry of the constructors ol passenger ears and steamboats, aud any o her per sons be may think cap-aide of giving in lormatiou on the subject, as to the bel methods ol constructing and heating the same. This was adopted. The House then pro :teded to considera tion ot private busiiHG . The y*hole afternoon was spent In dis cussing in committee ot the whole two ■senate private rebel bills, but no final action was taken and at o o’clock the House took a recess until 7:3h o’clock, tue evening session to he for the consid eration of pension bills. At its evening sessiou tbe House passed twenty pension bibs, including one .'ranting a pension of SSO a month to tbe widow of Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher, and at 10:20 o'clock adjourned till to morrow. r,XTRADITION AVI I'H I'.NGLAND. iUddleberger Makes Another Scene U liile in His Cups. Washington, Jan. 21.—The British extradition treaty, wbioii came over from the last session of tbe Senate was taken up in secret session to-day and debated for about three hours and a naif, hut no action was taken. The members ol tbe Foreign Relations Committee supported rt in speeches ot some length, those oi Senators Edmunds, .dorgan and Krarts | being the principal ones. Mr. Vest is sam to have made a motion, which was not acted upon, to strike out that portion of the treaty wbion iorbids extradition for off-nses of a political nature on the ground that this if left standing would proDibit tbe extradition ot dynamiters. ilr. Kiddieberger vigorously opposed the whole treaty, declaring substantially tnal the recovery ol a hundred handlers irom inn <da would not offset the sur render o! :i single Irish patriot relilgee ti'oui British oppression. .Mr. Kxarts re plied to Xlr. Kiddlehertter, setting forth the defects in the present trea v. which naoleil swindlers Iroin New York to find u speed' 1 and sale asv lan) in Canada. Xlr. Kidiileberger had b en morn or less intoxicated ail day. lie got very he when Mr. Vest interrupted bun. He tie C..IU- pro is ne, and thru siarted Mr. Vest; bo mat they w re soon in a ra Mr. Kvaris became so muon excited hy tie row loat lie had to yo out in the iMirid 1 r to cool off. Tne wnole proceeding wa* disgracelul, and lurntniies anew argu ment lor abolishing secret sessions ol Hit Senate. FOOLISH FIKl.Vti. A Policeman Fires at Fleeing Pris oners ami Ki Is a Hi lt;-gisi. New York. Jan. 21. —To day wmle Po liceman Ciiailes D. Adam* was taking two prisoners from the I'ouio* Police Court to the prison below, one named Murray dashed out ot tb Mipe.n siruut dooi and ran down Centre street, with the offi cer in cnase. Murray ouui . run the lani e-l, nnd tiro policeman fired two snots u him. They missed .Murray, inn ouo of liieni fatally wounded a jou •; Italian druggist w ho wa* standing in I rout oi bis lath' r’s store. The Italian died before the Coroner could take ins statement. Bo'b prisoners escaped in too excitement. Officer Adams nears the reputation ol being one ol the best men nib - force. Acquitted of Murder. Tazewell Court House, Va., Jan. 21. — it. A. Miller, who ha* n ri on ti iul tor tue murder ot the two Ba >er brotbers, was acquitted ls*t night. Tue murders were coimuitt and at Miller's Hotel, where the tire occurred widen swept tne mining town ol Pocahontas some inombs ago, and where the two Habers were burned to death, aliller was arrested, tried sno acquitted for sotting tire to uis hotel a tew days alter tbs conflagration. Mrs. Vooi'beo* Dead. Washington, Jan. 21.—Mr*. Voor bees, wife of Senator Voorbeea, died at tbeir residence in ibis city tbi* afternoon ol seine perilouiies. Sbe wa* taken sick on Monday last with aongcstivo chills, billowed by Inflammation of the bowels, wnlch terminated fatally. Mr. < ox’s improvement, Washington, Jan. 21.—Reprnsnnta tive Cox of New York was able to walk about bis room tills morning, and It Is con sidered likely that he Will b able to go out next week. FATHER M'GLYXN’S FAULT THE CASK s A TED BY ARCH BISHOP CORRIGAN. Complaint* Ayalioi the Ileverrml Fath -!•' U tterisiicoM M adr li tne I'rWtaM of tho I ropag iQta <** 1 r hn IKB2-V I’lnUM \V . i hI i t;n ami Froiuiant Which Hivo Marked ih lutervtii Mucc—The llectni Cih i -x. Nkw York, Jan. 21.—The following Htaieojent was issuoil to-nigtit by Aroli bh hop uorrigau from his residence in this city: nkw * ork, Jan. 21, IKB7.—The pr si of thi* ’ 1 1 v has shown . o much courtesy toward me m the painful i£ue that limh eugagai! mu< h general uttemion for the past few w miloi Hint 1 haw Jotermino<t this morning, in view a uo of other reatsona, which will appear further on in . nit* coin onn:>itt<>n, to tnaleo a simple ami iiraiglu-ftirwerd statement of the i iris iu he ease, such a.-. I have known Ibam,with out personal feeling ant without comment, ami thus communication is intended to y dual. the iikqinning of tkocblk. 1. In Auga-st. iN'j. (Im (Cardinet Prefect *f the Propagau la ailed an© ition to the fact ihat certain t'pecches reported in the Irish World and at ributed to l!ev, Dr. FMwutd MeGlynn contained proposition* openly ui> po-ed to t ho leaching* of t l e i.aiholic t hur- li. and reque.-ted ihat the clergy of tho du-ces© in general be directed ton Man from poilti c til con the If. Tina was addressed to me, but li * ! had co jurisdiction of the rotcrend clergy of this diocese until tho death of Cardinal Met'loakey. I refeired the matter to his eruiuenee. I also sent for Dr. MeGlynn and bud a private Interview with h m The cardinal then directed me to miv in his name ami uh a result of this inter* view l:ta the doctor “reoogu hi-* errors professed due sorrow for them, promised to abstain thenceforth from all political meet mgt* w.rutsuever, amt llnatlv requested that the Cardinal I’re feet le duly informed of this© vesn!Ulions. A faitofai report of the interview drawn up, read and f-*i wardc • to Cardinal McCloskey, approved by him and mailed to ihe Propaganda. SUSPENSION AUTHORIZED. 2. In September, 18S2, before this report hud time lo reach two me n seeoud letter came from Cardinal Suneoni, in the name of the Snvcr ■ ign Poutiff, ordering Dr. ii Giynn to bo sus pended a Ulviiiie unless the < aid teal Aicli h -'h <p thought best to adopt some mild r measures. Iu any event the Doctor vwa* lo he I'Tought back to wi-urromueli aud made t > leHi.-st ir m Ins teceui course ol tuduct. ihi ••ot i w n handed it Dr. McGy n toieaii .pit ponder over so i at lie migul shape hi ■ •our-*e ceordiuglv. a. Iu Ocio .er h thud letter came from iln* Propaganda <• *ulaimng an e\piessi mo. j *y aud emanation ill n Dr. M<Gyn .h:o recognized ins errors, „and quietly insisting i iat wi-eu a h andal h s neeu public in church desires equal punhciiy to the ameien —public teparai on slmuid be made. ALI.EG ATIONtt OF BROKEN PHOMIBKH. 4. In May, an a iditiouul letter eaileo att -utiou to the fact loui Dr. McG yu.i n riot hpi tne promises made to his Arch bishop, ui.il ticuue tne Cardinal was requested h ioruid Ins pursuing such kind of nicand muk ng inlU.uiu itory p iiiideal s,e. dies, a • p> and this letter vs as L< tin doctor. At the sacn time tbe Cardinal iroli otsnop added, Mav 2‘i, bv way of non, tint Dr. McGlyuu f lie chose niigh ake h >s summer vacali n in ihe friu of a trip io Rome and thus have an opp r t nity of m.iking in pertrou a more sad-fan t r> exp auai.oa to the i ordinal Prefect *>l the Propagou la. Ou June I-, tne !•.•;oi rep ied declining the pmtlVrud tup i.*U-me. •nd addii.g, **l shall bene forth refuse to r ( ik< uny parr .u any such meetings, even tlioiipn it be for charpahle objects. r ' Kurilicrinoi on July 1, tie caused to ne printed in the New Voik Tablet a statement that he condemned ami lepudiated any report or interpretation of any word'of his contrary Lo Ihe doctrines of tho < athol'c Chu<ch. In Octoiier, I was sen to Rome to represent canim.il Mr -1 toskey at the conference of the American Archbishops. During this visit Cardinal sinieooi, alluding to Dr. McGiynn’s case, Etaied mat. his relraeuon was not satis!ao tory. In (animal McCloskey passed to hn reward, and the udm nisiraiiun of the diocese was inti listed to me. the present trouble. 5. Having resumed the practice of speokiug in political g.'ulieriim Or McGlyun wa* I quietly lowsriied Aug. 2i, IHiW, ol the Im propriety ol such eonduct. I do not know if Mr. George’s name had ijcoh mentioned at that liu.e a* a eamlidute for the DJayorsity. At all events mv letter siiupiy deprsealed interference in politic* in general, without a thought or mention or nuv special party uhiusoever. To tbisadiininilion L)r. MeGlynn made no repiy. S. <>u Sept. 211 ne ent Mr. George to sec um. As Dr. MeGlynn sp*ke of Mr. George a* uis-’v ry dear and valued friend.” I thought ihe occasion warranted uiy Informing sir. George of (tie great risk the doctor lan in taking u prominent part in politic*, hoping taeieby iliat Mr. Goorge w-mld dissuade til frh nd from exposing himself to an ulread. foreseen conaequeuee. ORDER KD TO DESIST, l'hat Name evening tne following note was written: 4*l M till* iN AVFNrt, i Nkw Yokk, Bepi.2K, l*s<i. i To ffse. P.ctntz I have read with great regret the t rinted • ir .par in w men y.ui and several others .-n ll a pu meal mass ineeling to ne held in iln ■. on next Friday. Voii ei a.nl, nave not iigoiiu the maiidate ot the Holy t,.Uq-r. lettirs of the Cardinal I’liilei t oi m I’ropagaiida in ik.*2 ami isHd, nor the re peated promises ml hy you to Ills tvmiuence the la'e < ardinal ArchhuJiop I now lorbid sou in a m i positive manner ijiU'-Ui - it-' pr ipo.e 1 meoi lug in i h ckering ila lon frnl y night, or io late part iu the lul ie in uny po.itical in .-ting without per •nisiou of the congregation of the propagi llde-. 1 am very sorry to lie ohllded to take Ihi* ii p. Ini t. de< uiiiig it a iu* t.-r ol Uriel duly. I * - no ■ he. -i ive. i am, revertu and uoclo., laUhluili yours, M. A. cokkioax. Bi&hop ot New Vork. /”■ Hr. . Pr. ih.Qlynn: •IHE DEFIANCE AND SUSPENSION. To lb * Ur. .Y.cGlynii replied. May ing he Would a'lilre** the n.a-H meeting notwirli ! stand ug tin iirohibllimi, and lie u a* arcord iifglv .11-penned for two weeks, in a 1.-U r of I Mel. 2.0 l wbieii tbe foilon ii.g is an e\Lrinp : -'So lia, rail an act of dio eoienee cannot lie 1 pu.-ed ovi r. IL fore air eptlng the invitulio'i ! lo address the meeting you knew full well ihe | oisuirv. wishes ol Hie 8. C. of the Propa ganda. -on were not lguorunl of m> own mind on tho sulij ct as you expi'caily ull tided lo it in your note to mo uiirodudng Mr. George. The oojeclii n c<uiHci|iienl to your coiir.o of nr.iu.ii mi* nothing wh.iiever lo no with ihi* er that political parly, hut I* founded on Ihi m .truo ion* of the Holy See and the nature of i tie i piseopdl auti.oruy on one bund and of Bueerdom oh* dience on the other. In view, then, of tne-e fact*and much io my regret. I am rani.iraincil to have recourse loecmesiu*. in al coii.uio. I hmehy .ti-pend you from ail saceriinlal luactions for the space of nvo weeks Irom dale.” ON FAKADK. Next came the *ad tight of a r'atholic orient riding in an open I,aroiiche from poll to poll on electlou day. home throo week* after the political campaign waaoiera pastoral loiter wa* is-oed eou ciallng ihe plain teaching* ol the aovereigu pontiff. A few day* liner the doctrine ol l ope Leo XIII. w*s a**n:lod hy Ur. MeGlynn. although liosays without ad verting to it, and the statement of tho Ilnlv Father that the solution of the conflict In tween rich and poor wa* to be found In the teaching* of tbe Uiispei wa- met by Another declaration mat tue true and only adequate remedy lor social evils iuy in the aladlllon of private owner ship of land, unit In tbe realltul oi io ail, of tlio-e right* in the soil that are i,, v it justly monopolized by a fow. Father \ie- Glyon iwasiuvl ei to correct H it inl-iuaio ment (a* he c alm. Ui of lu* word-. Had lie and rreao no cen-ure would romam. Jie du el ret to comply although ufier a week's a is icc he unde a quu.l retrac lon In the Tribune ol Uec. S. hut he never Withdrew tho main iPatomnnt that private oanor*hip ot lsnil it unlust. In const <inonce of Hii* slate- ment of Nov. yft he was again suspended for tin* balance of tho year ami K*v. Dr. Currsn P need in temporary charge of St. ftiopheit’s Church. ORDERED TO ROME. 8. On l> *. 4 tho foHowinc n degram came Dom tbe Propaganda: **ia.*t Dr. Mcti'vnn proi’eed iaimedlatoly to Rome.*’ I'h rable ernm was as great a surp' iie to me as to t!ie doctor. 1 na.er .ihkud nureven hinted in any way that he should go to Rome My former experience uf June, IHH3, would liuvh pre cluded Mirh a suggestion. When the tele gram was deliveretl, ir. McG inn simp y re plied: '* 1 hero is no answer,” ami a** inr u.' known, paid no further heed to the mutter. To H i-** date no answer seems to n ve been scut lo Romo asking an extension of time, r prole, sing any willingness to c in ply when able with the order ot December after w .dt tng in vain two we ks for .li s Ightest symp tom of any disposition on his pan, to obs t • Ihily no (l r the propaya da lias Mtprc'.rc dt.degateil pvwer irom tilt- Pope, except on Ihe v*r\ greatest matter, by the coustUniions of ) W ii Pius IX. HIS LAND DOCTRINE RKAFFIRMED. 1 wrote to Dr. MeGlynn requesting bonio n p'y, w hen. nf er whiin x four dav lonv*-i. he •* ro eou Dec. 20, lb 8. that ho el : n tgu t Rome and at the same lime reaftii mrd h-s doctrinal poison us folio it *>: "M\ doctrine anoul 'and ha* been made clear tn speech-, n, in reported interview * and m pun bailed urticles. and 1 ronoat it Iu re. I have thought, and ( shall eon* tinue to teach in spoeches ami in wr.ttng a long as 1 live that land is rightfu ly the property of the peon's in common, and tb *t private ownership of is aj i. >,*' natu-• > / od'CC, n matter by r rh >t me// rocl**innni it > ir* it n, y t,t nauc -’</. Ami 1 would bring about liiHtnutly, if 1 e,uld. sueli a change ot laws all the world over asw<m.d conil-' Ue private property in land, without one pernv of eompennation to tne oir*iar,*.” (The italics arc the Archbishop’s.) THE ARCHBISHOP’S REPLY Tbe next correspondence is dated Deo. 29. Nfw York, Dee. 29, issa. Kkvkkend and Dbar Doctor Yogr letter •f Jan 2< brought the painful ititsltigenre that you dee med going to Rome, aud that you had taught and would continue to tench the 1- Juhtice of private ownership in land, no matter by what laws of churcn nr siaio and mav be sanctioned. In view of such declarations to permit you to oxer -Do me holy ministry would he manifestly wrong unless you withdraw them, as I hope and trust you will. The censure now in force wdl •a* i r facto pr> long' and until the receipt of a • iter o iiiMrucklou* from Cardinal .•mine mi, wmcii in now on u* way lo tins city. (ri grei that under the cire.uuistanors 1 <io uoi !•• 1 able to act diH r<mly from the comae U.di < nied. The remedy Is in your hands. 1 mu, reverend dear doctor, very truly yours, M. A. COKKIOAN. CARDINAL OIMRONI CONCILIATORY. I t iy iu January a mo* kind an 1 concilia tory lett• r came to me irom Cardinal oi Dr. MeGlynn. II • was invited local! and receive It, out refused. “I w In and com.' to -ee you ” It was i run ded i>y mail, a d four diypt la!or a note c iii> In res|Muso houi the and .or as follow-*: 4 l have received * rb. at "iniconi’s ieiier. with your request that I won i infoi iii y uof my plans, l vviii not g . I Rome. Mie grave r* asoAs winch I gave you m a letter Dec. 20 still houi good, and will ct.iilinue to do !-o for a long t ime ” *!:• I in. 14 j\relibiNhop Gorrigau wrote Dr. Mctilvun, uolifyiug ni ii that lie had -eni I" Lome Dr. McG vnu’s uninnatiim of Ills letter oi Dee.. 2); tiiai h Mcoiynn/ vs o Hiiq)sQiic(i from St.Stephen’.i aril Fattier Donnelly placed in cn.nge or that parish. To tins letter no iii vu r was returned, ALL LEFT WITH THE A RCHRIHHOI*. On J n. id the Archbishop received -he fol lowing cablegram trom Cardtu J dira om: “Give orders to have Dr. MeGivnn ag.on in . vit and to Home, and also to condemn in writ ing ihe doc; r ues to w hich he has givc.i uuer miicc in pu dlc meetings, or which have ii en attributed to him in the pro-*. Should be dioohoN use your own authority in dondug with him.” The "rlginal of the third summons was sent by mail on-lan. Id to Dr. M Glynn at St •Stephen’s and a copy lo hn* addresd In Har lem. No answer. Jan. 17 a telegram came like its predeces sor, quite Pont. AT orders iii© doctor to Rome Insiautly. i’bla alh was forwarded immediately by tne Monsignor with a request for an answer, hut. u< ><e hat been reee.ved. Tlie latest phase or this nuhnpuy conflict • ecurred tni m <r dngwlicu Archiiishop Jttoo i*i mi , secretary of the l’ropagauiia. on bled as follows: “For prudential reasons the Propaganda bus hitherto been slow to act in r tie < ase of Dr McGlj iin. The Sovsreign Pontiff has now tat on tho matter into his own hands.” The case now rests between Dr. Me- Glynn and tho Holy Hee. M. A. Corrigan, Archbishop of New York. VAN WYCK Rx-Senator \. s. Paddock Elected j hy tlin Hcpublican*. LINCOLN, Nkb., Jan. 21.—After an all- j night session lasi night, at b:JO o’clock this morning tho full Republican caucus [ unanimously nominated A. t*. Paddock hk United Slates Senator to nuc- , il Mr. Van Wyck. There were nineiy livt 111 cin tier* present, in j ini Aension nr. noon to-day Mr. i’addoek was elec ml. I'he vo e m* IoIIowm: Paddock 94, Mr. McShno(l>e n.) 32, Van Wyck 4. NO CHOICE IN INDIANA. Indianapolis, Ini>, Jan. 21. —<J<n trary D*g*neiai xuectation tbe joint s* ■- h- n ol tu' ' a 4 * again without rcsulL. i'he senate at 12 r*’clock proceeu (*d to ttiu fiaU of the House, where two ballots were taken, tlie vote Handing as heretofore: Purple 75, Harrison 71, Allen 4. Ihe contention then adjourned. NKW JKKMKY’B MCDDLK. Trenton, N. J., Jan. 21 —Senator* Cramii’ 1 and Garter appeared in the .Sen ate* cbamiicr this morulng at tue time set P*r the meeting, in the absence ot a quo rum an adjournment was taken till Mon day night. i,l lIOMIHO.V* Si HIKERS. An Injunction lo Compel tbs* T rench Line io Receive Utiiifis, New York, Jan. 21.—The oounecl for John Keilev, of No. 44 Broadway, applied to Judge Shipman to-day .in the United states Circuit Court for an injunction coiupoih'ig the French Line to aonupt good* Irom tho Old Dominion Line. Sir Koiley contracted with tbe French Liw lor too shipment of goods to Havfy. The longshoremen are ou a atrike and too Ki oiioii Line refused to rocelvo the good*. Tbe Judge granted tho injiinotiou, 1 eelin i BO'iining. ,m Selma. Ala., Jan. 21.— A declatatao! for th- incorporation ot tbe bolnia AMntt Jmprovament. aud Furnace '.owMMtiyT with a capital of $3,000,tW0, w fut-d- ta tno i’robate Court of this county i/OrfthV hv ihe tnoorporaiora, It. M N'alson. A, K. ransb, Solomon Koun, C. W. Hooper, M’. J. Hailes. William Ulimau, I’. T. Vaughan and Jainea W. Moore. Tbaeom pany propoacs to build a standard gauge railroad Into tbe Cahaba coal and iron t) Ids, to erect one steel and urn Iron tur nuecs, to build rolling mills and establish kindred enter prises. Inn ing the war be two n tne dtaiua the Conledei ate govern ment had here lb* largoei arsenal, utiv.il liiundry and sblpvaids in tbe Confed eracy. —' ■ 1 DrwftftttU at West I’oini, Newbukg, N. Y.. Jan. 21 The an r.uai examination a- Ws*t P 'Lt ha* just been completed. Tblrtj-nlne cmleis vutb ioaud deOotent and bava been dismissed. ipbice mo A teak.l I 6 CENTO a OOFYTf ! YALKSTIXE IN THE t IR. | BTIIAXItLIjAiIoN IND.H HIS Or*. KEKROKO HIMB. A K.mbllnz Canf.aaion on ths Dr tH Tr.p— TIIO Corp.o Cut Down In 1 if. i lot-n Mi mi to*—Tha tirulxl Att.elr >n 11,11 11 '• Nleht TV.rchtnsa *>d App i. cation of the Match to HU Kwwnr, NaturuteU Clothing Itofowr He VVa, nK(i. ADOU3TA, Oa., Jan. 21—Breston Val entrutr was hanged here at 1:46 o'clock this after noon for the murder of Wjlliam j Vales, a watchman at the stables of is. Augusta and Summerville railroad, Valentine was executed inside the jail I inciosiiro in the presence of ecv. j eru l hundred persons. There wer* j several thousand people out side. Valentine made a ramblinf ; talk, confessing his crime. Ho said hn was rendv to die and warned all to b-‘- wure of hu late. He said that he bd experienced great contrition, and ha t made pe*>'a with God and expected to so lo heaven. Hr, death was by stranettia . lion. Ihe body was let down In fifteen minutes and was turned over to his re' .- tives lor burial at Trenton, 8. C. THE CItIMTS. '1 be crime for which Vstentine vvn. hstiyed was oold-hlooded aud premedi* ! inted- His victim was an old man named ! V ales, who was employed a* night watt-!,* I man at tho stables of the street railv. r company, of this city. On the mornln ? of Sept. 12, 1884, the dead body of tint old watchman was found in the office ol the superintendent, so disfigured by blows upon tbe head and tiro action of fire that the feature s were not reoognizable. Near'v all the clothing was burned from the body and the flesh bad in many places peeled from tbe limbs. It was evident that tho murderer had endeavored to hide bis crime l>v setting fire to tbe building, bepn (bat it might appear that an', dental fire had occurred, and thar waiiibman had lost his Hie in the nod* d'-nt. Toe (ire burned out, however, aftr burning a few hole* in I lie floor and par tially consuming the remains of the old man. BURNED BEFORE DEAD. The body had been saturated with coal oil and tbe match a [plied before lire was extinct, and the flow or blood had been partially instrumental in extlngttleh!iii< ihe fire on tbe floor. The disk in tbe .u* p rintendtnt’K office had been broken open and robbed ot $59. No suspicion r tried on any per, on at fir st, but some days a ter attention wa* directed to the suddenly e.hangori circumstances of Val entine, who had once woiked in the tin bios, from abject porertv to eomnarativn comfort, and to ibo lact that Valentine bad at one of tho stores exoban: ed several dollars iu nickels iornotes. Valentine at once disappeared and eluded arrest for eightteu months, but was finally located by means ol a letter which be wrote from iF'wmoor, Va., which fell into the hand. Of detectives. THE ARREST. He was arrester], tried and oonvioted, partly upon convincing circumstantial : evidence and partly upon his own con , feasions repeated and retracted by turns, or), dieting though lh”y wore. Tbe tp ech of ftm. if. L> I>. Twiggs, who wa* ap pointed to defend tbe prisoner, who acted without compensation, was one of tbe able :t efforts of braille. Alter Valentine was sentenced to be hanged an July 13 last an appeal was taken to ttie Supremo Gourt. inis coart related io inieiTeri and Valentin*, was again sen creed lobe hanged to-day. Alter this lasi, sentence Valentino mad. a lull confession, show, ing that the lints of procedure oi tbe pros ecution wa* correct In every t,articular. A NEGRO STRUNG UP. Little Bock, Ark,. J*n. 21.—1n New port. Ark., to-day, A. B. Chamber* was banged for murdering Jonas Williams In that town In October, 188d. Both were negroes. WHITK I‘liAlN*’ MYHTKIIY. Tiro Men’s Identity Who Followed Murder by Suioifle Unsolved. White Plains, N. Y., Jan. 21.—A physician, who has examined tne bodies of the two burglars who killed young William Mead last nignt, says that the men committed suicide, ns their laces ab ut tbe wounds are burned with powder. Nothing was on their persons that gives any aid in tbe attempt to identify idem. Both were shot in the bead only. Neither bad under clothing on and both appeared to be veiy poor. Thirty ceut* is all that was louixl on their persons. They have been identi fied us tw oof a party ol three men who came Irom up ihe river,beating tbetr way on railroad tisins. They were compelled yesterday lo fray fare on a passenger train, which they boarded al Towner’s. The third man went on southward. They fired several shot* at the officers and then Seem to have turned tbeir pistols ag* themselves, knowing ’fey would be for murder. Did AT 11 IN A HoT.il, FI HR. Threw Guests Lose Tlieir Lives In tho New Westminster Hostelry. New Westminster, B. C., Jan. 21. The New West minster Hotel was burned yesterday, catching lire Iu an unknown place. It. was so quickly consumed that ti,too guests were burntd to death. Tho register and all the valuables, in cluding the baggane of the guests, were burnod. The other guests escaped i( tneir night clothes. THE HUSBAND SUSPECTED. Columbia, 8. C., Jan. 21.—The boos* of Calvin Bass, in Keisnaw county, bss Seen destroyed by an incendiarv tire. Hass' wife, who was sick in bed. and her two imall children perished in the flames. 'Wit*a is suspected of having fired tbe house. ANNIHILATE* MW F t.MILY. A Father’s Suli-ldc Afler Killing His VV ilc and Child. Weatherford, Tex., Jan. 21.—Near Agnes jeaierday John Dicker, a farm r, wirbqut any warning murdered his wife, breaking Der skull with a stick of wood. His 3-yrnr-old child, who ws* in (lie srn s of Its grandmother, hr then killed. In spits ot all that, could be done by the granrim'ilber io save the ehlid’s llle. Ni harm was done ihe mother-in-law. Tho murderer ti so wsiki and to tbs side of hi* dead wile and shot himself through the head. Dickey two or three week* ago uave signs of temporary insanity for it lew day*, but it was thought ne bad tully recovered. tatiley Starts for T.gypt. London, Jn. 21.—Henry M. SUmJ started o-day (or Lgypt.