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NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1883* PRICE FOUR CE:\T& FRENCH PRETENDERS. |T. FABRE'S BILL AGAINST THEM PASSED. ?THK PRISCLSritOIIIBITF.D FROM FlLI.1N0 ANY CIVIL OB MILITARY POST ?TIIE PRESIDENT GIVKN POWIR TO EXPEL THEM. In the Chamber: of Deputies yesterday M. Tahre'e compromise bill was passed by a vote of 349 to 163. The bill prohibits the Princes from flllini* any civil or military pees, em? powers tho President to expel them, ami im? poses a penalty of from one to five years' im? prisonment for the violation of a decree of ?expulsion. The debate which preceded this aetion was eharaetcrized by sev? eral exciting scenes. The Prince do Leon xviis censured for ft remark, and the words of .M. Piiul de Cassnjjiiac created an up? roar. The bill will bc submitted to the Senate as soon as possible. SCENES IN THE CHAMBER. Tin: vu ws ot m. fallierfs?m. pacl t>f. cas BAOBAO CAVSBfl AN t PRO AR?THE PROVISIONS Of TIIE BILL. Talis, !al>. 1.?In the ?Chanter of Deputies to dav M. Fallierse, President of the Council, being absent. M. I)t'v*'lle, Ender Secretary of tho In? terior, read the conclusion of tlu* Premier's speech on the bill for the exclusion of pretenders from olticc. M. Fa'.liircs nr^noil in favor of thc Government's proposal*, tBat Ute Comte <le Paris, hy BBOOfal?B| tko (.'oinic ie Chanbetti, bad reaflrned the claims of the Bourbons. The Ecpuhie. tlnnforo, was justitieil in te?9g precautions. He did not BakfOfl thewhoksala expulsion of tho princes, as sueb a violent measure would aft'ect some iiioti* iisive per? sons. The pr* st nt measure did not threaten the Army. 88 it waa aimed only against a syd "in of up pointmeHt by virtue of royal hirth which was d'io.'.ilory "> the roles of promotion, lt ssas un? necessary tint the hill should provide against thc event of a ooognn of the two obanben electing b Brian a** th-- Pieaadeat <>f the Bspoblie, as ,t aimplj enacted preen u; ion.', and did ind aim at placing ul)., in jes in tho way of any mutiif(station of tha popular will. M. Ilaoter dc Montjau, Efc-mbHesa, urj*ed the Imiiiediati expalarai of all tn nut-. Tbe 14tii1i.il debate eatha ilovcitiinoiit's proposals wea theo declared eland, and tue Caanber *lc cnlel. hy a vote ol Ililli yeas to l.'ll nay,, to BBS. to tbe discussion of M. Faille's compromise bili M. Andriana, Repablieaa, propooed an aaMadmeal suli.titiitiu.: for the first clause of tba hill, depriv? ing princes of civil rights, a declaration *>f tho ri.'lits *>f man, i-rociaiiiiiiig that all citizens of the ateaabtte wen egaa] before the law, nnd eligible to all often aci'onlinir t*> their oapaeitioa M. Andr aux ssas loudly int* rrtiptetl by iihiiiIh i - ,,f the Left. Ha- declared tiny li.nl no light to iutcmint in the assn of beatty. The lui!, he sald, Was iiniaiy au ad vert i--mont of pretenders, of whom tin- iTuiiii'v would otherwise he ignorant. He did not allin.re the little Bobnpierrea and st. Justs who parodied Ihe bloodstained page of his? tory. M. Ainlncux withdrew hs aiiieiid.iient, which xvii, reintroduced, slightly modified, bj M. Curieo tl ouiaiio, Boosperttet, bal the Chanbaeie* jected it hy a vote of 289 to BB, M. rdletau, amid the protests of the Right ami acrimonious dispiit-s, urned the adoption of M. Flr*t|i,?f s proposal. I ho Prince dc Lt in, LegitiiniBt. said ha wondered that a general could have liccn found ni the French Army-Hie !? main hr of tho ssateaee was deowaed in the uproar which iwre vailctl, but it syas understood to refer t-j the td ??\>t aucc of the Mimsiry ot War l?y Oeneral Ti.ibaudin. A formal oeusuro on tho Prince *ie Leon was passed, M. Devaa, Minister ti Jaettee, declared that the ..ue-t.oii luy between M. Floo.aet'a Bcopoaal Bad Ihe bill in which Um Gaiveriinicitt United itself to placing ea record the power of thc Republic to pro? tect itself without mees-arily exiling all the 1'llIlCl'S. The lira*, clause of M. Floiiuet'.s proposal WB8 re? jected by a vote of 352 to 172. Sc vi ral notteoa for au adjournment were then made, hut thc (bamber, by a vote of 383 to 115, decided to continue ihe sit? ting without any suspension until thc proposals wera" disposed of. Geearal Thlbaadia nid the question did not wi a pr*-* -lieut for Bopillillg oiiicci-, of their rank, as toe sn eiders would bc placed permanently an th** ratlrsd list. As Minister of War, he fi nosily in? tend upon ihe sngaasoBent te ?carry oul tba lass n B --d. No disloyal inline;iee, ha said, need be fearedb. the Army, svhich ssas wholly devoted i" ith duty and would, if necessary, energetically de? fend thc Re. lilllie. M. Baillie's pro|s*sal cashiering thc Orleans Princes wa* then rejected hy 1177 nays to I'j'.i yeas. ki. Fame's bill was Mated bf a vole ol 349 lo Kill, ami the Cbambtt adjeariied fora week Bilnri) a division was had tbe three clausen of the bill weic separately passsd. Tba lirst elaan pro? hibits punies lrom tilling any civil or military post, the secon'l empowers tho President tai daone then- exptilaioii. and the third easels a penal'v of from ono to five years' iuipiisotim nt f..r a violation of such decree. Ou th*" (juestion of th*- whole lull being pat M. Delates.*.*, Bcaapertiet. explained that he and sev? eral member* ot the Extreme Left, having thiaiii eelves BSaa proscribed, could not snp)ion the, bill, and he urgently appealed to tho mem bern of the Chamber similarly situated toahstaiu from voting. Tho debate in the Chamber of Depnttea lasted ten hours. A noticeable feature ssas the Right's organ? ized system of obstruction. M. Pani de Caanguae i .united! e Callina t with having been unable to find a Minister of Marine. He objected to the statement nf General Thibandin ihat tbe Midlers were devoted to tho Republic. " i he army belongs to France," he said. "When you tell us to go cit billed lor France we sha.l gd, but not for the Re? public." Amid a storm of exasperation and ali-approval from the Lelt, M. de ( assaguac dcclarad that the anny was demoralized hy the piu-inptioual mtiBB ur--, arul that thc turu of IBM) Pi-mca-h' liiemis sv*Hii*l soon come. The Expulsion hill will lie brought before the aSeuatc as cjtiick ly as possible Prescient Urevy oontnan to nhfiiJBh the heps that bc will soon have occasion to dissolve the Chain be rs. M. de .Mahv, Minister of Agriculture, has been Tirovisiotially intrusted with the direction of the Ministry of Marine. LOBMB*, Feb. li.?A Vienna dispatch te Tht Daily Ttltgraiik says that Hie conviction is gaininggiouinl that the French are on the eva- ol limb trouble. The position of alia, ia is likely to gio iv worse befon it nuiii i is cs The crisis bas throx.ii Frame's rela? tions with the European Powers into confusion. lin SlatttlanPt Fans coiri-stioudeiit says that tho debate in the French Chamber of Deputies yester? day was poor and tame, arid would liavo been rii'i iHitoiioii-, but for tbe tempestuous scene at the close. Un Daily NoWtft Paris dispatch says: "Dif? ferences between MM. Fallieres aud Dsvn Ttrti* the cause of the latter"'.* not muling the remainder of M. I allures s ai?e*xli in the Chamber of Deputies yesterday, aa was expected. General Tlnbaudiii explained that the Exptilstou bill md nait strike the Princes ofl tie army roll, hut removed them fnun active service, leaving I hem their rank." TUE MIL,TAU REE EIRE INVESTIGATION. .Milwaukee, Feb. 1.?The testimony in thc ?alilwauke,, lire lnve.tiga'lon waa flnished today. Hcr iiiau Strauss, i-i ,,.,-[?i,er of th* lire Department, who reseuetl many lives, said that tbe extenaion ladder waa badly handled, nio.t of the crew Bever having been drllleo. The laalder waa in bad coudiiioa ?a*i broke. It bad not been haudled for years. A number of witnesses, among them Dr. .pnnsea, were exainiiied, sud the |ury w.ia Instructed tu rslan s verdict upon the follow? ing potuta: "Tiie manuel ; by winni., If known ; tbe cans*. If ascertained ; if by ttie neglteeute a.f iiny person, saner or oecupsut. servant or master ; the Mme and place of the besluning of tb. tire, aud If uwidcntal." Tbo Jury Ueilborsted several hours uud then adjourned nut)! 9 o'clock to morruw. Bciaeilor, who wa* arrested fur sitting the hotel on tire, pubiiBl.es H suienient today, emboJylng a dental of ttVv'o^,,r,',',,'.,,v:',,l,l^ l"lli-',t> ????*". explaining the ro 10 ihe hoi , V.1".'"? "" lM;,u? ?^mOO hy wain of room tl.I J ,^',,'lYl -V""--*'^! ISe luauriiiile waa not more ten ,r Ll ^ **}*? !>' "',>c** TBe rtaia-iiient waa wril TL ir?, y'r'.V ?~rl" ' ?''??'Hetatton, Lu Jail. me rt.iua._i* ul Ucrirude Douabu*. Wile ol John Ute bert Donahue, the actor, were sent to her father's homo at Blood's Station, N. Y'., to-dav. William E. Cramer and wife, who were Injured at the time ot tho fire, were declared out of dsiigcrhy their physicians to-day. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. EDMUND YATES 8UED FOR LIBEL. London, Feb. 1.?The Queen's Bench Division to-day granted a rule nisi for a criminal informa? tion for libel against Edmund Yates, the proprietor of The World, at the suit of tho Earl of Lonsdale. The allegodlibel consisted in a paragraph published ni Tht World, which the Earl of Lonsdale contends was intended to indicate lum as tho person who re? cently eloped with a young lady. The pararraph referred to in tho foregoing dispatch ls probably the following, which appeared In a recent lssuo of The World : A strange story ls In circulation In certain sporting clrvle. coqfernlrie the elopement of a young lady of very hisii rank and noble hirth with a young peer whose innr riaee was one of affection but whoso wife has un? fortunately fallen into a delicate state of health. Tho elopement is sahl to have taken place froid the huntmg field. Tho young lady, who ls univ one or two-and twentv, ls a very fair rider aud the gentleman a mastur of hound* The Earl of Lonsdale succeeded his brother, tho hus? band nf the Lady Lonsdale svho bas been talked of so much as a beauty, lust February. PRINCE BISMARCK TEL. Berlin, Feb. 1.?Primo Bismarck is indisposed, and svill probably be confined to his bed for BOVeral days. La ter. ?Prince Bismarck's ueuralgio ailment is weeee, A .SPEECH BY Ml.'. CHAMBERLAIN. London, Feb, l.?Mr. Chamberlain President ol th--Board nf Traale, at a banquet at Bwanesa Iaal evening, said thai the next nealon of Parliament will be an tntanotlog, bal not an exalting one. Matters relating io Englanai ami Scotia.ni deasaoded consideration. Ho believed that Ibo reseat aiaaanieo passed weald halag aboal a s tittled stats of affairs in Ireland. " We could not,** Mr. Cham? berlain .aili, ".-How oanelvea to have b poland within fonr benn of ear shores The Government have done all tin v ps-ilil\ could to legislate for [roland, they honed wi:li sn rana. If a linn bead is rtiiiiir.d, it must be exerct ed." THE ALLEGED IRISH CONSPIRATORS. L?)ND*>\. Feb, 1.?ihe lies. Association statis that several warrants pro still ont tn Inland against annhere oi scent erganisations, and tba! inronn.il too in nlation te ni lama oonttnitted eoa tinnnteeoaM in freely. A iiimmitl*?*? *'f li i-limcn has been formed in Lon? don to collect a " fair-trial fend " f*?r the benefil of tbe p-teonen charged xx it li eoneptracy tamnrdsr Ca va rnmeiit officiate dow ondergoiog examinati* i in I ?ti'i| in. An appeal whieb is to be distributed at the doon of tbe Catholic chnr Irs. cs Us npoo thc lush to find fonds arith which t" combs! the testi? mony of spin and informers. RELATIONS OF i BE TOWERS, Brr.i.iN, Fete L?Tht (Vats Garnette says; "'Ila favorable impression Which the visit let Vienna of M. (!?? (liiTs, th*- Baaaten Foreign Mini-ter, has pro doced, ls clearly nttected In the geaeial cain which ensced whenriwMpe*rori*t*edthal tbe Poweiein ti'inl mahing ;m effort to preserve the peace of l.nrope.'' The Vienna Prfttt statea thai no agTemnent has been arrived st b tweeo Austria and ttonniania in i 'ml to the l'aiinbiiin *iui"stioii. IIIK CORONATION OF I HE CZAR. l.uN'iiiN", fob. i.?A diapateb fiann iii*n to the Exchange Tclegrapb Company aays: "Tin- Caai and Czarina svill proceed in itu- mi.Idle of April to Moscow, sad will in- nlemnly oonsecratcd :ii the (lurch <al our Saviour by tito BMtropolitan arch? bishops, a estated bv aboal twelve bishops. Tbo al ita-aai the coronation ia finally fixed lol Maj 27. KILLED IN A PANIC IN A FACTORY. BoanAT, Feb. l. --Twenty-thief) persons wero kilh-d nnd twenty-eight Injured during a panie in a wool faetorv here to-.lay. (thc 1 by dust blowing into one of the rooms. Loss OF VESSELS AND THEIR 4 REWS* Cahiui k Fail. i.?A Mboeaerand two ait hit venels iiave hsan sin-eked off Landy Hand, 1'Jk* enws oi tii*- three resoels won drowned, assistance being Impossible. THE TURKISH ARMY TO BE REORGANIZED. ? 'on'sTani in'di'I.e. Kel). 1.?The (b-rniaii military ollicer* in the employ of the Porto ha?e drawn up a plan for the reorganization sf tba Turkish Anny, bV Wialcll treat Improvement* svil! lia- aita a-ta-.l hy retir ins- a swarm of iisi-h ss ofhVi-r* arni dSVOtteg Muir pus lo niora- iisa-lui poy poses ll I* understood tBS Sultan li.i ex pressed his cullre approvsl aif the plan. BC8INE88 FAILURES IN EUROPE. London, Feb. 1.?'/'/ic Daily Neus in its financial article says:" Tim St l'ela rslmrg hanklug hoiisi- aif Jacobson is report' (1 a. -AVtng BBSpendsd. Small provincial caplialists will be mainly afleoicd." UliiLIN, tom, 1. -Hw!--. MWBfSpen aiinoiliica: tli.lt Mm firm engage 1 In Hie Iron truale at Bnle, When fhllare was reported on .Monday, ls I'.hhvhtih m Ca, nrul that their liabilities amount lo several million francs. COMMERCIAL TREATIES WITH SPAIN. London, Feb. 1.?The Madrid eorreepondcnl of The Sttnulurd says that tbe cilium incinbcn nf thc Clnuulter of l'epulli-s and a Da-mocrallc Da pilly have proposed iin amendment to the. Tariff law so a. to enable thc most favored nation trcatim-nt to he grBBtSd, provisionally, to nations which show a ill.positiiin to a-aineliiile tie.'ilies of commerce. This ll liitcudt'd fa. ciiHlile, the (iovcinniMit to renew negotiations wltb Esgtsnd and (he I ima al BtSteS ma THE PREVENTION OF COLLISIONS AT SKA. Bkiilin, Feb. 1. ? In th*- Reichstag to-day Herr Hon Herman n a*keal whether iu cous(s|iieiice of Mm disaster to the steamship * linhrla the Government pro jmis* al to i, uko any internal Ional arrangements to pre? vent collisions at sea Ile advocated the intro.lucttnn of (Iii' el- firle light for that pm pose. Herr Scholz, reilly lng In his capacity a* Federal Commissioner, said that tho (iaivernment felt tba same sympathy as the Nallian svi- ii tha-. sufferers hy tim recent disas'er, and had also a sense of lt* respianslhlllty. Tim Gnvariiincnt aonld not Immediately aaswn tea ls! t pellsttoa, but would keen the suli)eet lu view. An oflleiitl liiapiiry hail hain iiihii I uleil.mul nuiii a result is reaciical tue (int cl uinent uiusl reaerre it. decision. PICKED rp AT ska. St. Johns, N. F., Feb. 1.?A dory contain? ing two men got astray from the schooner Grace L. Fears, of Uloiioeater, silty mile* west of Burgcri. last Tiiursday. and was picked up on .Monday at Little Uiver. One of the men nann-d Thomas Wulsh was dual; tha nillir, Alt*' it Blackmore,was Badly frozen. Tiie dory filled several limes, but Illarkmorai hale I lt out. Ile bad*u* fotsl all the time, ami his sufferings wen-lu tense. _ FOREIGN ROTES. I.iimios, Thiirsalay, Feb. 1, 1R83. A largely sttended meeting was field to-day lu the hall of tba leatttah Corporation IB tinselly. Among those present were Lord Arrblliald Campbell aud other Scotch tiolahtliiii-s. A resolution was unnulinously passed i-ecnliiineiiding the appnliitiiient a.r a commission to lu qalntatS thegiievaucCBof thc crofters BB the Uti of bk vc. Tnc Government of Denmsik, In Ita representations to Prussia In legardto the position of the 'A*>(jO Danish subject* in North Hchleswlg, I'russis, jsiiut* out that by the Danish law all Oerm tn Schli swig Hols'eluers liihat, itlog Denmark are epeclally exempted from mlliUry service. A dispatch from Vienna says: " The Pcnsl Code Com? mittee In tbe i/ower House of the Keicbsrath bs* derided in favor of the maintenance of c.ipital puulabmeut." A dispatch from Neiichatel, Switzerland, aays: "The Cantonal Government haa Issued a proclamation mu demnmg tbe recent attack* hera) upon the 'Salvation Army' and the consciiuent tlisuirbaiices, and exhoris the citizens to respect religious liberty aud the right of nubile meeting" A diapateb from Berlin says that the President of the Keiehstug acknowledge* the receipt nf a further sum of r*0 OOO m*irk* fruin New York for (he relief of the snf foi'ers hy lbs Inundations in Germany. tht Dublin Eiermun't Journttl says that the Land Cor pa.rsiion ha* reconstituted and will oegin operatlona lm mediaiely The Portuguese burk Tlde.Csptali* f-ouricro.frorn New York December DJ. for Oporto, ha. been wrecked nun Kapoieudu. The crew was saved. The Herllu eorreapondent of Tht Tim-t aaya : "The hull originally orgaalzard to eolcbrste the silver weddin* of tue Crows fruin is W he held ou the WU iu.t., when tbo court will be out of mourning. Most sf the distill SBBhed guett* who were prevented from coming here st week by the death of Prince Charles will bo present st thc ball/' _____________________ ISAAC II. VINCENTS DEFALCATION. THE NEWS FROM ALABAMA. MoNTfiOMKBV, Ala., Feb. 1.?The Legislative In? vestigation Committee will not report on the em? bezzlement of State Tro .surer Vincent before to? morrow. A gentleman of this city says that he took break? fast at Nashville on Tuesday morning with Vincent and that (he latter ?ant he was going to Ncw-l ork. There have been no developments hero. MR. VINCENT'S DEALINGS IN COTTON. Frederick Wolfie, whoa I narno was mentioned in flin letter left liehiiid by the fngitivo State Treasurer of Alabama, sent the following dispatch to the Governor of tins State yesterday : I desire to correct some misrepresentations regarding Mr. Vincent's transactions through my Monteoavxery otha e. I have never had any transactions with Mr. Vin? cent except such as ari" on the book. In my omeo In Montiroiiierv. No remittances were eva r maila- by him direct to me, nor did I ever borrow an* monev from him nor have anv Joint trim.action* in cotton or otherwise with him. Mr. T. L. Gillon, who hascbarge of nu trihi B, ls Instructed te iris." jun or tea committee any Informa? tion you desire, uud my boote aro open, to you anal tho a I'lnioltlce. Mr. Wolffo sent a still more eiyHeit dispatch to W. W. Sen sss, Becrei try of State anil editor of The Montgomery Advortiomr. In further explanation of his busbies., relations with the defaulting Btate Traaaoror, Mr. Wolfie saul: "I have inver bad any joint BCeeBBl with Mr. Vincent i I never received from him a reojaaat for financial aid. Beepecalatcd In cotton, but all bia Hillls.Idiom With Hie WIT ! caalii'lHteal tlltoiult my house ut Montgomery. I have asked a full ac? count tren there, bot, so for a.-* I con judge from tbs papen In my poesesakra, Mr. Vincent's loaon in cotton tpecutetfon did oof axeeed |60,000, if the profita which bc reeeived ho deducted. Ile Bpeoalated ssuh oilier linns, I am told, ami iberefon may have lost altogether much moro than that. Mr. Vincent ssa. reputed in Montgomery ta> be wealthy, anal nothing tn lu. dealings with me led bm t<> snppon thal Imssss uaiag th. State'a monev, I became acquainted iritb Iii, in IsT'l. ss lien, I think. In- ssas private BS* ir ns to tb* Governor. >Ir. Vincenl aasalwsyas ' bull.' no ma ter what the price of cotton wa he alwaya though! that the price would ira much :. I have not seen bun stine October, when I m i la Munt '.'oii.ii c." Two firms r. i.\ Koberteon d Co. and Fai!-\ I Co., Mila, ami bough) c.inoii for Mr. Vincent, bot the orders esme through Fr. tl nek Wolffs, lt wm nid ai their olin- 4 K -t.-Kii,', that all the transactions . d before Mr. Wolfie --;.I an office kn New _ TBE ll ESTERN RENA WR8B1P8. DWIOH1 M. SABIN ELECTED IN MINNI soi'\. li) lil BOBAPU Iaa im si, Paul, Minn., Feb. l. On tbs nveutb ballot in tba Legialston to-dsi l?. M. Pablo,ol Stillwater, a niambar ??! tin" Mat.- Beasts, wss sleeted United States Benator, receiving 81 ont of 135 votes coat. The Deaweratawenl to bim almost nlidly, aadid ?ha" s.,p;, it. is of Donnell, Kindred and a, Wisdom's fri ods sion,I bj i!i : man milli the last, and ssiiei it In a.Tiii." end ol lhal Sabin weald be elected, they nada a dnp* ;. but vam effort t<? M'lille lill a .Jollllllli III. Dwight M. Sabin ssas born in Connection! In 18-4-1. At aa early age ha weol to Illinois, wh. bis father sagaged te farming on un extensive init lu* health failing, in- returned tel tans, t nm. where bmw ol Dwight's jronth waa paaaed and when bte father di a!. A t. ts raara Inter Mr, Saimi, baying bc -n obliged by ill health tai abandon lu- .T.-iiiratiiiH. i'i tba legal profel . eaate to Minnseots aad bj business brewdnen n B i a trio tor Mum .uqiitT" 1 n larg" fortuna Ha haa at ? Prison i-outr irts anal I* saul to !*<? wortii nveral Ultana. Abut a year aga* a Northwestern car-m.ifsetunng eonpany, tba inn ? Imporlanl corporation in tbe Btato, was or? ganised. Mr. Sabin being the |lll!ll I |-a I St, ac lill" li le |, president ani manager. Ile baa *--i veil nveral ta-rm. in tin- Legislature, Tbough Dot noted asa sl.ii' niau or an or.ito-, lo- is om of the Bttfewdest ami tiio-t successful i*, .111 j, *J msnagOM in thi' Nor th ss. ,t. He ls s very genial, pnposaeaatng man, ami extremely popular a ith ail els NO CHANGE IN MICHIGAN. Dbtboit, Mi< h.. lei). I. The firel ballol for Butted -t ita s -J, ii iii,i In Joiiit esaVSOtteO IS day re? sulted as follow* : li i iv. I'.*: Palmar. H; lliirrows, S; Willet*. 7 ; si .m. i : ?*. I.. WK a i, of (irsii't lUplals. .'I ; cu'cii. on. .': Lacey, 2; and Hannah, 1. TBenasadend Hurd biiiiaats siiaiw.ii io lint iiii oban-rs. ii,.- i. s.aaitioii paaate hy ihe lower Basse al tea legislature se,i ral si cal I ni.- ter aa in i ? -tiiiic nm of the charges nt bribery In Moneetloo with te* p mding Eh sa tm i.ii i aili ta si an adapted tell .raina by tbe Senate. THE TROUBLE AT HIE S AVAL Ai IDEM V. Annapolis, Mil , Fel*. 1. M.i!leii remain thc .nine sf Hie Nasal Acadaiiiv ns they closed l.i*at tngiit. This muming tBan Wan satSOg UM usual orders tun with lists (d thou" cadet* wno tte.e i-haiga-al with trnill iious a iiiiiLu t ami nile otha-r bsl of thiMte ebal ir.-.1 with ill-i,rderly condini. 1 hair nama", raaulal uni to nhtalna d. Then orders ara' n<,| tBOVed to bc 8880 anal it I. u,r*iii.t order* te speak teo esdai Taara wa. un abssrtag to? day ?, that much aif th ? uni!'nv bu. bren iioppcd. w.si'jmjihn, k?h. i, tma Boomery of ibu Bery ex* BBBBBn In* opinion of th*- recent traaubles st Annapolis as follows: "The dlsim i.anccs and Insiitinrilliiiilioii among Mic cud* t, at Auuapulis ss HI doubtless subside If Hu supi rlrileiideiit is allaatrod tai wairk oil! a result with? out inO-i fcra-ni.-c. Hut II the cadets arc ena-oursired to persis! hy (loir parents unit friend* the dlimlssal of fnriy or tidy linty result. TBS Steal diftii'iilty IB tee uiiiiiairi nient nf Hie lr ideuiy is thal Mle I) ale lilia! tlielr rein:lons fall to leaUn that thc sclinol I* nallan ordiasry seminary of learning, where tin-.tinli-ut. pay fur Mic cdm-atlou which tiny r-anne ir ths teWS ci peet Hie same |,Mri Baas, IH-eitles unit e.iay lita- sshirh ii:* y may nave lu au au dinars academy teary aBauld rssign sad let their pteen he ruled nt atoota wnimy annssrvsdtartes.mit than ni tn tai thc nrivui.aiiis umi labors of thc Aa sonny. f** lara* tin' !>? p.n uncut new unili-rstands the alllttcolllrs at Ilia- Academy ll vr 111 "il. Lilli Ihe hupaii inti-iidi-Iit, a-vtui lo tba extent of diimisslng the larger pail aaf one of tba cluisa'B." _ NATAL INQUIRl AT NEWPORT. I'lioviDiNcK, lt. I? Fi-b. l._The, Naval Cajurl of Inipnry, aif which Captain Italph (Tialiallt-r ls president, assembled st thu Torpedo tsTallou, Newport, today, at (he nipicst of PBBBBd Asilslant-1 uymasier Hli'plien Kunai, Jr . piiym??ter at the Nlatlaui, wliooe dc tachini-nt from *luty ha*l been asked by Captain t-eif rlalga". Hie commandant. The Captain lind aevrral ott,er almttsst testlgH Capnte tolmoa-saisles' tnat Kauo haa! (eil Hied lo prices ni certain ginni, aa being lanae nf tho anuru! marist. Upon Inquiry h wu. teano (hui tba price* cerllfleal tai were in aia'c* of lathers aihtalued liv Hie nu jul lor a,tin -er. 1 lie i ii ,| iii i y will be emilliiucil tn morrow. _ _ EXPLOSION IX A POWDER MILL. Boston, Feb. 1.?Emly I Iii*-* morning awheel mill of the American Powder Couipuny'a works, at Ac? ton, Muss., exploded with a terribie crash, snaking tue dwelling JBSSan tor many Stiles, and lia-uinliiUing tbo wooden framn building m wmcb tue mill was situated, aa well a* damaging other huildiugs of tue company. No workmen wore killed or iiijur.il, A BOMINATION REJECTED. Haiiuisimuc, Tenn., Feb. 1.?Tho nomina? tion of m. Dava. Page to be Controller of Philadelphia wss to day rejected hy (he Me n ate after being reported favorably from (he coiuinlMeo. CR IM ES A ND 0 A 8 UA LT I EH-B I TR L EG RA PH. WK NT KN CK I) BOB PASSIM! HAD MONEV. TitLVKiN, N. J. Feb. 1. Samuel ( uslriisn, of New.i ..wini pissen Kuli) r tn s a bug* si passing counterfeit niiine.v dais lieeu nt.'iitencisi tai Ihe **ibUi lilwiu lol Bl. mimili* and to PSI * '"ie ur ttttx ILl.KilAL rail.I.Ki "TI ON (lt' KKK.-* THLNTON, N. .1., Feb. | I* BOW .M.TtUillard, ("I J tulla e air tbe Peaaa-, ut Wl.hlllKlaall Towns'il-i, IO the Olin. Hill ( mul HsiUy pii .ul?,| kuiiIV I.. Ile- i inti s-a- nf ('tillea Hug fees from Hie cassi? in ila Huom i iluiluai canes purituiUng to Iii. a. basil Hla-d In-line him Um >0.,,. A I'l-sllONKIST ( LhltK A UH I .HTML Wn.xtivoiaiv, ii?!., i I.. I.?Mania tt. Cala, oas nf Die liilludcliilila Oaa trait clerk! a hargeo with tergety. wai aria-alert tnis luaarutuK at thc ll^litha.usc at Hie mouin ut the i liiistiana, A BItAKKMAN KILLKI) Si-iDMiliH.la. Mm. I.b. 1?William Carroll, a fielfiit liisla-iiiaii ian Hiv Hiis'nn BDi) Allaanv I tal! mail, wai k lilli 111 Haa I. ll .1 ?'" ' Ba (S|.l 11*11-1.1 lllls BflClTlOUli 0> fall u* uiMlt r Ult: a beal* al a U alu. AT TIIE STATE CAPITAL. AN EXCISE HILL AGREED I'PON. the ntiw-vork and BBOOBLTB AgBB?BLT?Bl ACCEPT A COMPItOMIHK BILL WHICH IS MADE Ttl APPLY TO (111 KS THllOl'GHOUT TUE STATE. [FROM THK BBeilI IB CORRESPONDENT OF THE TRintJ**IE.] Alhany, Feb. 1.?-Tho New-York and lirook lyu Assemblymen have screed upon a hill to regulate tbo sale of liquor In their cities, and have graciously ad? mitted tte neat li Its beneficial provisions all the other cities In tho Htate. The liquor-dealer ls not to bave bis sensibilities shocked hereafter by summary arrest for disobeying tbe Excise law; If he dt.ohcys lt tm any day except Snualay. For under thia law a policeman on discovering thats liquor dealer ls selling liquor on Sunday can summarily arriHt him, lint if tho same dealer violates any of the commands of the Excise law on a week day, the police? man must obtain a warrant for the arrest from a police fltaetetrase This arrangement ls the result of a compromise bo. i st a en ct.rtain Sabbatarians now here and Assa-mlt mam who represent tho llquor-deallng tnta-re?t. Fair a month tbe New-Yairk aud Iirnoklyii As-eiiililynten havo been attempt lng to draw up an Excise bill which wooli toestteteeteryte them, to tbe Mean rtaalen, to Mn- tsnpatann societies and te fhn Sabbatarians. Con? stantly what BeeSSSd Irreconcilable did'erena-o* of opin? ion arose. Two suh-committees have labored In vain to rea amelia' thasaa dtgltresen Ob Tasadsy a third sub I'oiuiiiitia c, coiisistnig of Bowe, Campbell ami Millar, nf New-York, ami I It-nry aul Taylor, of Brooklyn, ssa- ap? pointed. Tha Rev. Dr. Attertnry, of tnu "Sabbath Caiininiit. e," of N.'w York, ami ex-Judge Arnout BB peared before Mil, cori-.uilita??? ami uiaile BrgBB88Btl la laver of iiialiitaiiiiiig IBs Isw tn as strict a fottii, so fur i- -iiiiiliiv I- ciici-riieil. as at present. Assemblyman "Tun" Campbell iirgai! that tl.summary nrrc-t " ciniisa- aif the Excise las should be abolished. Mr. Bowe asked Dr. atterbury if be would bentlsBedU suuiuiary a iii nie only on Bund ay, and r eelved a np r In tee .minn.ilise. Br. Bowe then told Mr. Campbell timi lu- ought to accept tin. compromise tn behalf of ibe tlqnor-desJcrs. Campbell finally ace* i-i- ii the ??.j>.-..:...-.-. I here ssa* theo a ananlmooa Saa| Hilt the ' l ,|ec l,e,| clause " nf tbs Exa'lsl" law -1.ld be aboll.ru d. n oat al.ra lived teat the ' -m. .iiiat inne Hie power ol trull. lentos any lieenset .ranted by them to -eil liquor, fiann am*- pillia to soot tier In their Jurisdiction. This is un aim Linn nt ni tbe Exoiae law longdnired bj tbs lllllll,! ,:. tpressed In a tail! wbleb *sa quently presented t.. the entirebodj aaf Assemblymen from Se* -York sud Brooklj n sud sppraved by tin m. Mr. Home Intend* rt to present the bl I io the i sae nobly ? bi n -it fl ral met thia morning, bul noon niter ritui at tbe Assembly ('bamber no learned thal Mic As -a-llllalt Illili tram (lia- a,||,er Cilia, llf tile -lille l|e-irel| ti.iii ii - provisions should be spoil I ? mo io theil - tin additional se tlou was therefor* written In (ho bill, makins ihe act apply te every * ty In I hi Htate. lu Mos shape tbe measun as* submitted to ths Assembly. Ba? ba . ampi* 'a- Lill : Mia ims l. The respective Boards aaf Commissioners ol l.x'i-. si. li, if all m." ntiiar reipairetnenta of the Lia have been a.>inp! i?-?t wita, grunt i ?? an I person or persons tu sell strong or spirituous liquors, sar, io in .ii nu. un tiie premise*, i aai in,! tu, \ keep oi p upon te knp an ton, t (SITH Ol la. -i ,s iii !? ipectlve Boarda a-f Commissioners aif Excise shall h-sa- tbe power to trsssfei any llcenn ed by them, respectively, from * mother within Hm i re?peetlvejur1*(bctlon, -ii No person or persona having a llcenn te sdi [or spirituous liquaars snd ru a. or wise*, ste and iia-ei. fr, in >i ! ..mi of coinmlsaloiii rs of exoiae or otha r body "t person or persona authorised by law to Kraut or laa-iie sm n jci-ii.i .. ur iii. i , saen ta or other em? ployes of such i ? i - ?! or persona -.-ensed, shall be iiric-lcit for any s)leged rio.i aif the exolse law ur ic.*- by aai peace ntl! 'er ur other pt mo vitilH-ii! i warran! tin-ra-fa-r based on oil las it daly issued sccor I lng to '.cs. exoepl between Mi ? boura "f I a m. ami inui ni?b( on -iimia\ -. ss lu ii tbe -.ii.i i ii.:.inam thal] be msde in tin- pres* nee aaf -u, hofflcei ol person. lon si i aaf said .ul of April slxte.il. litll'l' ll li ii m. 11 ,i umi ni: ?cs ? ii, ? ni;: ? i 'Ah iel to suppress In teui|>. ia if,lille ll,,? sun ..f Intoxicating lia|u.ai,, ' ii. ii. ra ny rape ? bbc "i. rbis ni shall apply to avery etty la this ?-i a i. sn o'- sad piris o. naif inconsistent wun t ara- herein ri-|ae,i|,-d. Si i . 7. Hue aa 1 si,ali lake i IT. cl iiimi.-dUta ly. INCREASING TOW-TORE CITY'S EXPEN8E8. i I ml till: III ..I I lil . a .lim -I'., \|,|.N I ill' lill- I III HI'S! | Al.DAM. Fd*. 1- The I'liiiocratM of the Leg? islature ara grabOteg 'attie -, nutting up salnrie* anal op? posing I ie abolition of onlen oflton; ma .ned, ahas lag all ts* a '.i.irieti ii,tn-* of Mieir party. Testerdsy tins tsstto s grsb ls the Assembly for sll tbs pationage af the Stole bal ld Inga ta Albssy; to-ttey in tba asms ta,.ii i.ii !? a- i the -a,.ir.i a of tua- policemen oi Pew-Tot -.? ti.iMM) p. r s'lmitn. ami m tbs Beasts they uili ri d a stunt reaiatean te Senator Pitta's lull abolish lag tbs unless oflli i of Casa! Auditor. Mr. oakley's lull nun j,.a, lu, pmj tt New Ya.rk p, alleen, - -i w.is 'nirly rushed rhi'aaiiirh the Assiinl.ly BpeakerCbapio todeed throughout thc morning, hy hi. di -in- lo a If .Illa BUSiUCSS, pl'iv-lltcd Mia; alf taut I* SU*1 smeiuimciit of aeversl hnportaal 'dlls iliat petaled .tin. in! uioiif. Mr Bowe, of Nits' Vuik. refused to vote faar Mr. (Malay's SUI 00 tba gTOOBd tesl lt ts.is iiujiitt to pul clpai ena it lind llnilli ,| pa..l. .Tile li nu tin- same I. vii so f.ir a*. WBgn are conr.-riia-il. Hr. Booaevell deland Unit flu- Hill sviia il c.aii-llfiittiiriiil. Maire.iver, Ibe Police Commissioner* of Bea s.,ir* themselves "'it ll-la. .1 rim! tin- pm '." p.Ula a men slue||i| i.e :n 11 ii li .cal til Ti. i"" lin bill would at once lucreae* Ibe exnenaea aaf Hu- i'aiiu . Departm* bi **7 i.ooo nnd ultimately *-.: lO.OOO, Tbe tell Waa passed by a vote ol HO tn-.M. Mr. Mur phy'a Mil '.ai ihe iipi.iaiiiiaiciit of two polios matrons for a n -i ;?. Ira s'.illaaii loo|.a- iii Ness S. ,uk St.IS pa-scil lay ll sad.-i,r iii.i I,, a.. lins will Increase tin olly eipensn *T(,h,ih8i -early. In tee -flint.- the bill ol Senator rut* abolishing Um olin e nt a nu,ii Auditor, useless -nice the nasal* wera maali- free, was opp*.i in ic. i) i.v Senator Roberta, the Democratic chairman of thal anal Coaunlttei Tbs bill na. im.illy urdered tai ii third n ailinn PAVOR-NG THK ADISONDACI HU.I.. mr rat aa ot rn in nu. raiaoaai Aili tsv, Feb. I.?Siiiiiiii F. Lansing's bill pmhlhlilug Mic sale of Ihe iain.ooo .uris of lan I ossni d by the .-lute In tin' Adirondack Wilderness ws* dehateil hy the Assaiiibly to Bight, BSVStBl nf the AsHernlilynieu representing tbs cniinlias Ohenta this lanai ls ai tua teal Bttesspted tai iiava- ttn-1r easattn essnptod Beat ita piaisislniiH. Mr. Poynton, of Kana Cunnii, e-peclally Insiilisl ii|ttiii tba adoption *at an aiuunilmeiit covering flits point. Ile drew upon himself thc wrath of Mr. De witu *>f elster, who taite sand fha- Asssnbty that the linnhe run ii of Mn- Adirondack, bought tba 1st Hie land*, Shipped them of valuable t inlier aud then neglected tai pay talc, ou t ie leeds It was Mic object aif than men so tu amend thc bill that they inulacuntiiiiie tm- practice lix Judge taite, ol Beru Ilia-!, ilaiiviieil Mu- inns; e.nquciit umi practical ll-i-ei ll of r tn- seaton la desertption ol' Mic hesoty nf tbe Ashen dack tereala At ibe close sf lil* soeeob thu Assembly broke forth Into lund uppl MMO Mi Taut nu ii I, nf ITUeS, iiifaiimcil the Assembly that than Wen BSW nu (Ile ut ths Lund Commissioner's oflteo iipplicalliuis for .1 l.irtM) iicrt-s ul I lu- .-tate's AilirtxialBl I. lands. Ile Mun lead a letter lunn lix (iovcrunr Bonito He> ininir urging Hie poSSSga aif tba' lull as a measure of the highest State policy. Mr. Si'vniuur ileclsrcil Dial the rapid deatruciliui of the state'* fnrc*tH was sa iltiiialy ufl'ca-tliig crops. Karna st spca-iin'S ni snppoil of the bill wen- ulnai linnie by .1. Wiliou lliiiuk* ami Mr. Hawley Tiie lull w as nidi.red (o a f In nt reading witboiit amend iiicii 1 bs au almost iiuauluiuiis taite, its lin.il passage la assured beyond questloa, sh it ha* alreaaty passed the bena!*-. It Will, therefore, BOOB reach tile Uovtruor. GENERAL LEGISLATIVE TOPICS. Ai.itANy, Feb. 1.?Iii tlio Assembly to-day the ((allowing were muong the iuds passed' Authcru. lng the ('.Tunion Council nf lirooklyn to construct a duck at tbe loot of I'earl-st. (yeas S7, nays HO); und for the laying out of a new strict fr. rn One hundred and Kif ty second st. and Ninth-axe. to Macouih'a liam laue, New-York. Anning the bille Introduced were tbe following: Dy Mr. Clarke, Increasing the salary of the Interpreter of tbe Court of General Mt-aslons to gt-S-OOO s year, aud by Mr. Hums, to strike out the provision of the exiatlug law which limits tbe amount lo be recovered by a rela? tive of a person killed in an socident to f.'i.OOO, and to allow such a relative to sue ss for the loss ot a limb. Ihe bill appropriating $.Tii.oon fur Mic adult blind In the city of New York was repotted. In tbe Henate Mn* lollowlng bills were introduced : Hy Mr. Alien, aiiuiia-luK tin- name of the Chautauqua Lake Munda* school Association to the Chautauqua Assembly; by .xlr.Hoi/d,Incorporating thc Cnlveralty Medical College Society aaf Mia- City of New York ; Dre. John C. Draper, Alfred I, Lan.mi*. William Dm Hug. William ll. Thomp? son, (ionics lilllie I'iiralee. J. Winlaton WrlgUt, William M. Polk mid 1-ewts A. MBBBMB are named as the lu? ci pan .uni *, sud the corporation ts authorized to pur? chase umi holli rca) umi persamal property lo un amount HUI a- in aa lilla.' *?'-">.""" . by Mt. Kiel Ililli, 1UTII hiing Ml* t nu tiBiiklug eurum lil loii organized and tining hilliness under laws oi the United Mimes, otha-r than New-York State, whleh shall be taxed upon Its capital by the laws of the State where such bank la netted, .hall be taxeal upon its capital bustueasor de poktt* by virtue of the New-York laws, nor shall any assessment of such tex noi iilri>ualy paid be collected ; oy Mr. Drowning, providing that hereafter tho Captaina *>I tbe l*i.i-t a*( Ni w York shall receive an annual s?l?ry of 85,000 mid (ne Harbor Masters $1,000; ll shall be a misdemeanor for siu-b official* te receive fee*; also sp pioprlaitngeiOO.OOO for the erection of un armory in New-York (liv for (be Sta Itrgim.-nt; and by Mr. Hoes, the Eleld Civil Code wblcb paaaed tbe Legislature last year bul waa not signed by tuc Uovernor. Thc Senate paa.e.1 the bill granting to tho 1" irs of Na? llian c. Winslow eartalB lauds under tne waters of tbe Niagara Uiver at Buffalo. A communication from the Regents of the Cnlverslty as Wast sn of thc State .Museum, iu answer ta) a resolu? tion of the Senaro asking what additional accommoda? tions are necessary for tha- collection* on the Natural IHstory of the State wa* received and referred. The communication recommends tue passage of Mr. Lan? sing's bi!! to regulate thc state Museum aud to provide for its occupation of the State Hall. Mr. Drowning offered a resolution requesting the Committee ou Canal, to ascertain the extent to which the line of the New-York, West shore and Buffalo Rail? road has been or ls being conatraeted upon and along the canal property of the Slate near Fort Piste, by whom permission was given for such construction, thc authority for the same and the considerations, pecuniary or otherwise, given or promlseal for such per? mission. Tho resolution was tabled until next Wednes? day. Tho Assembly Committee on Way. and Means reported favorably to night the Senate bill depriving thc Com? missioners or Emigration of flOO.'iO) of tho $200,000 granted them by the legislature -f 1.883. Mr. Clarke in the Assembly tonight Introduced a bill extending the time *or the building of an elevated rall road In the annexed district of New-York to January 1, 1884 TIIE RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. fBY TELKOHAHITOTIIE RBOBB] Ai.hant, Feb. 1.?Tho Railroad Commission? ers held their first meeting to-day. John O'Donnell took tlie oath of otllco yesterday, and obtained his coinmis slon from Governor Cleveland. John D. Kernan and William T. Roger* followed Mr. O'Donnell's example to? day. The Commissioners did nothing st their meeting except Inspect about s thousand applications for the post of secretary of thc commission. WORK OF COMMITTEES, Alp.anv, Feb. 1.? The Senate Committee on Miscell ineiiii. Corporations will report favorably the following bills: Mr. Italy's bill providing tor the laving Of electric-light, telegraph SOO telephone wires under? ground; Mr. lloyd's bill Incorporating tabs Culver,ity Medical Colbee Society, of tile Mate of Nev-Yolk; Mr. Mutti'-lui: f.,r tue relief of the Society for the Relief of the u dows umi Ch Idren of Deceas* ai a lergymsa or the Protestant Bpl*copsl Church, of the State of Bew-Yctrk. Tbe Jtsaeinbly Committee on Commerce sod Navlga tlon will report adversely Mr. Hailey's bill doing away sviii sompnlaory pilotage In tho East River, sod will report favorably the bill giving tbe Board of Aldermen anal the Mayor of Brooklyn power to construct dock*. WESTERN UNION TANKS. Ai.HAST, Feb. I.?Ia tin- Semite to-day a cumin in ll aluin WM received from Mm Attorney-Men eui! anal Controller relative tai alleged cvarlon of thc BtSteISWS requiring ihe pavuu-ut ol Lite, hy corpora id referring partteuterly te the Western Dates iii Company. Ths natsannhailoti. which wa* read sud referred, i* ta BObsteon a* follows) Under the low nt 1880 bs amended la 1881 thecon troli* i i- aurii,ari/rd to collier fruin corporations lloteg business within tbe BtStS a certain percentegB 'ipon ? poi i iii of dividends sbleh ii would pay upon ita eopttel steefc. Thia fatwas das ls Kovembn, Tba Beelera ii'-'ii Telegraph Company si thstttanhsd not, it i. alleged, paid Ita tezea, sad, according to tbe dividend thai ir la said te have paid, lt weald ewe tbe Btete about |125r000fn tsxtt aad would bo Itebte te |, ,v 810,000u i penalty for m-t paying teem trbea das. introller repasted to Ito wii'IU'S Mineral that ibe Western i'm, a relegnphCoropiuy bad aol paul its Lases, and requested tm- -\ t tor i i.-s -(. a ri ral tu bring it suit ii- .an.-, i.i i iilorce their piivmi ad. A suit WU brought to recovei 1130.000 back texas aad penalty. Pap ri were served upon tbe officers ol the company, ah.ant tba asms time application wm made nv John Moore to dissolve the Wntern Union Comp my, alleging sn illegal tnerrsna*f cspltsl .tock to *8(),<jw.OOO. ir lb aa i.i to ic ot. r -*t; a i.i* a* for tens, etc , is allowed ra* ha- prosecuted, and that amount ie neon-red. ir ls questionable wbetber tbstwlll bo! to .rn adjudication thal their iapn.il Of *?'-n.i.iii.ikio i- vii.i? I, and tim. pr. ? veil! (lie Iliiuill Ol Mr. Mnnl'e. Tile Slate nil'hair! I les ale si ri- 'ai know whether or Bot they aball euter lodgment 0,000 Hack laic* and u-k teglslative letiou. The counsel fur tba telegraph eenpaay Biska the fol laiwiug arni* nu ni: Tba sppltesttes a>( the Attetaey Pea etsi lo Hie laglalalUltl for lustructlon* ai to his pro cced'.iig agaitis! tee Western DstoS * ump.my lu the sutt ni tee pcopie of the BtStS, Bte., to recover smile *l_T,000 BIM a,leged tO bc due on tim capital stock of r-".*Hi*i,iHX), is bast tl upon a misconception. Tho suiumuiii ami complaint were served un the company .la'ii ny 4. 1--.'. and the appearance uud answer of thc SOnpaau *-?****.*?* nave been followed In regular course ou Un .'."itti aif January. Hy a simple overnight tbs com piny neglected to appear In time, tbe piper* having been mislaid between the company's office and thai of Its colin,.'.', nu tue an-.-iii-r--ii?-t- of this default tba Al t.arney lit-iu rm supposed that ll ssa* Intentional on the p in -ai tin.mp.ms, amt d< signed io bung about a ntl* acation a r itu whole Issue ol stock i-y iniferlng the State ta) (ail a t ISM lipaiii lr, Hint i.eu-'ai hit request lair Instruction* ile company hu nnt forward atti alas ns ibo* nu. the fact of ii* oversight, ami aaf its Inten? tion to proceed willi tile ll. felice of Mle actnill III the usual course. Bo Intention of raising any question el du- I. nd siigga -teal, existed or ii a'a" ii rici I tai the comp mv, Slut lt I* Satl'lsi ll liv lt* Counsel that a gO'iai abicc.Cc ii) Ihe tax suit exists. TER NEW LIVE CENT PIECE ISSUED. Pull AIM! rmi, Feb. 1.?Thc first issue of the MO Use cent glean was made fraim the Mint to-day. Oas billum d ind twa* thaiuiaml four hundred pieces wan pat tate elrsulsttoo. The mw nickel* san eagerly BOUgbt and for (Ive hauir* a constant BtTSSnsf pur? is were u( fha" ilistrihuiiiig (leak. Thi" supply was eui.lusted 1,,ng lufaira' tile rinsing hour. Tilt- new co:u will be Struck Offal (he rate of *,.'t.*K?u per day. ARRESTED EOR TRY LNG TO EVY Co, ES. Fi tlk.-im ito, Va., Feb. l.?Dr. -George E. lil vis. a physician, and an ex member of thc Virginia L'gisiiiiurc, wn* arrested to-day ter uuemptiug to buy votes at tba- Uta' election. Rives is a pronounced Pander A FAMll.i DIING FROM STARVATION FRAGMENTS or WESTERN NEWS THE MILI.EIIS" NATIONAL Assn IATION. (llvilam*. Feb. I.?The Millers' National Association t" day adopted a reaotauou instructing the Executive Committee to -asks s settlaatenl sitbclsim atit* ol patents a hen lt ssa bc made for a noniinal sum. FHillTIN*) A Iil'KI. WITH ABBA Df.nvku, Col., Feb. 1. At Socorro, N. If.. naterdsy, MhciifT Btetpssa lirougut to Iowa ,i mangled Melli .ni hs a pnsonur. He sod anni her Mexican, wno m.uc rivals, lucked themselvc* lu a room uud fought with axes. Tba" man svho wa* brought iiitototsuli.nl Shopped lu* rival lu a horrible maimer, severing hts head from lils budy. A VKItl'U T AUAIN-TC. W .tr K. I'A HUM Ik! K Chu Kio, Feb. 1.?Tilt* suit ol P. F. Ryun against C. \l. a K- Partridge, ibo dry goaMl* merchants, wa* io day decided In Barn of Byan, tnt* Jury nsrar.iing hun i-l 1,1.1(1. iv) in tm thc manager of Illa- linn's West hull- Sinn-, am! sumc years ago wus given a oiiarier lu terest la the pnflia Be was also te dna 888 a week and nave tue eton-rent free. Thc dim tried (o deduct thc SBA per week mid charge $4, ooo * year reut for the store. ________________ TELI.GRAPHK SiUES. FOOTBALL BIBBCTOB0 OF PUffCKTOB. I'm Mi" ton, N. J., rab, I.*?Tbs fol owisg football director, wno clea iaal at thia Ballan (at al af: Look anal illili kwell, alf thu ic illili class, llaniuuii BM Higgs, nf Hu' juniiai clui*. and Kemptcr, of the liosliinen. MuUat, aif thc junior elliss, was chnseu captain for next year. licA'tO OF BOUCATIOB Of BB8I fBBBBT. Thknu'V. N. J., F*-b. 1?- Tim stat*' Hoard nf Ed ii. .i'la.ii held lt* annual meeting hare this aaf teriioon. Uovernnr I ii.liow iiri-hliling ofllrers weie ela-ctcd a* billows i PresL al'ent (lenrge e. Ludlow i vice lareslaleiit. llilllsui A. Win tc head stewHaosrlalsnasn, Bul*A Apgsr ?SUICIDE OK A COI.OHKI) POi.ITIlTA.V. Nrw-OKMCANS, Feb. 1 ?Bamnel W ukelield, col? ane.! ' s state -enstor tu IS74. sud deput. narai oltlcer "int li Stat II tuft IT. when he waa dlscuarged. couinillttil .mellie today. IKON WOltls's CLOSED. I ANC.HTiit, I'enii.. Feb. 1.?Tbe iSafe Harbor Iron BV_ka owned amt DiM-ruted by the Phuiilx Iron Company, cio*.sl to-day The opsratlvea will bc transferred toother woikuf tbe i-uinpauy. A NKW THIAL HEFt'SEP. Pun ipfii'IIIa. Feb. L?In tbeCBM of James F. ?',",, storekeeper of (he Almshouse, ca,nnt*ted of for ?,,i Jiida''''"Pb-'-T. lomtt Hare ls day said that he would _Udistu*'b (be verdict A DIHIIoNKKT BBCBBTABV SENTKNCKD. Piiiladklphia, Fe!). 1.- Itmlolph Muib, convicted ,.1,-niiaiiiiaiv to cheat the Flreiuni'a liiiurniice compuny. or ? i l.'h to wa* sec rt-Ury. was Oils mottling ??nielli ed to prison mr eleven mullina, toilate from the lune ol BM camiautiueut. widen gt? ills' one month yet U> W1B CBOSBB PO in-; t.BAND commandk.h. WlI.KKSIIAKKK, l'eilll., Fell. l.-Thc .V ut'" hlii'limp ma-nt iii the Orana! Army ul the llepiib.it- today elected iicuersl B 8. usborne ut Wilkesiiarie, UlSSS I ..luinauUsi. 'aHKKsTKH Kaili KifKINO HIS XVlKK l'lTisiiciKJ, Kenn.. Feb. 1? IJeorge ll ie mi lier, of Allegheny etty, waa srrosted yc?teralay for cruelly treating Ul* wile who Wa* sb k with I) phuid fever. 111* alleged ihat he kit ked her anal brutally abused bis luiitnl Mrs ItieinHlcr died last night, and the attending physician gave ? certlflcale of death fruin (ypiu'i-l fever A TH I! ST UKCLABKI) VOID. Ho-Ton, Feb. I.?Judge Allen, of the Supreme coan _nnssestoeatong Tu the sasnynM of the New England Ti tut and other companies agaln.i t'ar.*line ??.. Usia',Un, dec larine; the rruat toiU. The i ie i>t>adrut. a bu* b?iitl nnatate n> the ooiiipanlea fiH.ooO Iii traat for blt* minor chUaiia-ii. lu pr. vent lils wile from ..l.tnlula* payment uf *_o,U'J0 lu uottsa which ba bad given to boc. PROTECTION A'NECE*S*SITY. DF.MON'siTRATION AT THE COOPF.R IfNIOM. ADOllKSSKS BY WILLIAM M. EVARTS, PKTKR COOPER, WILLIAM E. BOMB AM) iiTHERH. The call for a m,i.*w-mee ting of the friends of Protection issued by the New-York Assoei tion for tho Protection of American Industry was answered laat night by a largo gutliiiTii'.' at the Cooper Institute. Petei ?Coopee presided, made an address and intro daeed Winiam E. Dodge, who assisted him in piesiding. Tlio principal speaker was thc Hon. William M. I'varts, who spuke for more than au hour. Dexter A. Hawkins, of tins city, and Pres? ident Cyrus Hamlin, of Middlebury, Vt., also spoke. Resolutions reeoniineudiiig " Ameri c.iii-built ships,'' " adequate promotion to Ano ii, un industry,'" and the enactment of laws ant homing business corporations to pen? sion faithful persons who had been long ia their service, wero adopted. An addren to tho people waa ordered to be scut to every gena tor and Congres-Tiian. TIIE MEETING ANO THE BPEEOHEti The meeting was BB 8ll.B8lll.B8ll om- in point of size 88 well as in tbo character ami couiliiet of the auiUence. It is selalom that mo large a number of peadons get together to listen to argumont.it iso addresses in tho absence of all political excitement, ami (-mle us seldom that sn larg** % gathenug. met ender saekaiasBflBetBaoaB, phewa n -Mah lateti. ge.ice In appearance ami action, and so much Lhongbtfulaen la taaaaaaer, A largo psoeaaaaae Beeased ta ba skilled ?eebaatea, bal lases wen BBBOy per-oti.of we.iltli ami prominent positions in BOCtegy, ami a tliin sprinkling el women, who lintern-*! to the argument ol Mr. Evatts with unllag ging interest from beginning to en*l.* < 'vcr tlira'e thousand people mes le (he hall when lin- Hist Mi-,1 tums of opeuiug was reached. Every chair was occupied, and knots of men were grouped .it eeefa door and at thc heed of each aisle. la t ? ?! on tba stiigi" auiong others wei rn tht foOewiaSJ men. toany of whom acted a** vb-c-prcsidcnt. jf tbe meet? ing: Peter Cooper, James Wutson Wa-bb, II uni.ion Pish, Juatga- Nn.iti Davis, Wi.l..un M. Evatts,' l?. - -Mm In. WilUam I.. Du iga-. o. D. Bal late, Wllllsm M,Titer Phelp., liiiniisIL I..-..-,- .??*, LeOrand H. Cannon, Frederic A.!*--'!-. Penj tl. I'yn ?, Edward h. AuiiiiiduwD, A ii i rc tv piatebn, Lciii iniiii 0. (lurk,-, J. I!. iiruiHitiadc, -nloii lluiiipbreyi, nelli M. Milliken, Mi urge li. lintier, Dwfg.n lu ? ? 0, Smith, J. Becka-liiloi (? I. William I. Strong, Chester Urtswold, .J mea A. burden, Francis eetherbee, Cornelius H. Hiles, ii ry P. Buller, Alfred H. Whinny. W. P. Braes ne, Daniel F. Ap;ac on, O. E. Burton. jaiiiu Boseb, Jame* Redpath, William A, Melli fly, Dr. Divi*. -??ellg S. Fisher. (it-urge SS Dent, Dexter -t. liasxkins, Jaime* E. aeriell. Tba-a-u!r.iiici-of a iiunib:-r ot tliest- gentlemen e*) a anting tim reparable Pater Cooper aaa the signal for an enthusiastic outburst of applause, which subsided lon_,'enough to permit Mr. Butler to pre sa ni Mr. Cooper ns chairman el tbe meeting, and was iht-n renewed with trebled vigor. Bl INARKI Off l'ETEl' cool'KR. Mr. Cooper, who seemeal more than usually vig? orous, bowed bia BirB-aowlitd .gnana te. then drew sunn' iiianiiscnpt from his poeksl and iu a clear, stssdy voice read a? follow,* : We liav." a-seinblcd, mv friends, tai call your attention tai ann ni the mo-t I inpatient snbjnts test can now claim tbe can ol tin- Auiencan people. The aalvocatcs of free irinle with foreigu nailona ure trying to pal tu.ola-mir tins eruint-iat and people that lt is tor our tutereai to buy from oMht couutrle. all the luxuries they bavo tai ofler. These advocates of free trade propose that our owo meeaauics shall cither work st the .-liirviiiii.ii prices of ihe foreign Is iiaara-rii. ni In- forceal tai uiuii,dim their trades anduecome competitors with the agriculturists o* the country, ll me rJestn te bring u|*on our wlnaie Nut hui a fate similar to th.it which luis (nilen to the lo: of Ii-eluud, Turkey, Mellew and Htodntes, it is only neeeeeary to arrange our tariff In a way that will Indaoe tua- people toben all tba lr iiiauutiigluriiig done lu loreign countries, aud pay tor lt with iha law motertela ol obi own. Basho policy will, if I am hoi .mistaken, leeure for our I'nion of States as rapid a ilea Hue anal tell as Hint watch feb to thu ba, ol benin tv lien (he Moors, her principal manufac Liiers. wert-driveu our of tue coiinrry. Mich a polluy Bight gratify our thirst for all the dearly nought rollie* ihloU ol European life, but it wmild bring mia .ii d sntebesteen u-hhi baaands nf timur.main of me luccliauii-s nf our country, who have untiling ut se ll but (heir labor. To break up tin* dive rsin. d tan) meut nt so vhs! a uuuii". r by aeuange of taiitf, and tuen expect them tia flail liir themselves lither means of living, ts about us ia aoOi,allie as lt was for Pharaoh to 088881 the Israelite! io m ike iincka without strew. [Appeases.. WHAT MR. DODGE MAID. In concluding. Mr. Cooper culled on William E. I>odge to perform bis duties as chairman, and mossed lu, seat in the midst of applause. Mr. 1 lodge aovaiiied. and remarkiug that lie esteemed it a great honor to taken the plan- ot his asteeiiical triatul, flic president; of rho meeting, he oalled on Mr. Huller to reid the Uh' of vi*e-presi?li>ut8. Mr. butler began to read' tin- name, printed in The Tm hi ne yesterday, bus stopped wheu part way tlowu the list ami moved Mia> adoption of the hst as printed in the news pepen, This was carried, whereupon Mr. Dodge said: lt is time, fill sw citizens, that those who bellere in the -iii>i> 11 of American luanuf.ia "lures and lu sustains) mg t .ti laboring interest* of thia country should let tbs country kuuw what they believe and what they Intend to ilo. "(inc of (he greatest dangers of tbe present il na ;* rhc fact that the laboring etsi cs throng,mut tha country are made to believe that cap ital la opeveeatef them aud standing fn tin way aif their advancement, whereas tbe true fact ls tint the capital of the country ls nsteisteg it* labor A gentiiiiiiii upproaclied me to-day ou this subject. He said : " lt )* <i ai it-* time tills Nation should under*taiid wu ,t frc.? tr.ule mean. ; time Mi.it tue rich cspitallsts anal |iuu.iuf:i. turcrs should understand that they siiotiid nu longer Ntanal iii tbe way of tuosa who wish to lmiMirt from other countries cheaper than we can manufacture lu tuts." I said ts bim : "Mo with me *o South Wales. Mo witt tu- st night into tbe goat iron furnaces aud ?ee th," puddlers work? ing there sviib their clothe* stripped off to their waist*. wnde tbe Welsh girls are wnea ling the hot pigs sod helping.all tor mil a pittance of wh?( we give to moo lu our irou works when sse dou't ciuplny wouii-n and don't Inieinl le. Mo on the BobbsSb and sec Muse people iii tbe same rough dress, washed per? haps. Hut still the same working-iIre*. teat WS ssw tn the furnaces. Theu go to some of the American Iron works: go to Scran (on, wbeie I have often been?ataud aau tbe porch of a hotel on tba- Sabbath und see ibo laborers-Irish laborera, with their wives sud families, well dressed a* gentlemen aud ladle*, going to their (Trihedral. Tlu-ussk whether we are prepared to uko away that prof ec: lon which enable* Mies* people to live ili.is respce'sblv. When we come daiwn to free trsds w* shall be a different country lrom what we are now." ADDKEB3 OK WILLIAM ht EVART8. Mr. Dodge ended his remarks by ssymg ihat he hud the great pleasure of Mking?he would not ny of introducing "ii*' ao well known?bia good friend Mr. Evatts to speak to the meeting. The name of the speaker sual lu. presence were greeted with separate rounds of applann, which became speedily .aBbed when Mr. Evarta prepared to speak. Hia address was as follows : Mu. Chairman and Fei.i.ow-ciiir.1 ns. I sta very glad t ;i nu ni g.i.Uitiiou tuul knowi it-own mind and ns own plan and (he reasons ot tue work that lt pro? poses anal ita readiness to chaibmge all comara to gain tay its purposes and ita doctrines and it* object*, is pre t.-iiting now to tbe attention of thc rouutiy, ta, rough public meetings, through pnbbn Hut'-uicuii. through. Jrltuib- aud airgauir.tid effort*, tbe gresl (incition of whither rh* labor oi tbis country shall be protected, aud the vc rv simple aiua-stlou under mir form of Government, wbcre till .political power ls r.al'y lodged In (ne laboring r lasses-whet ber tbe laboring classes will protect them. lelveal (Applause.) I am quite sure. Mi.Ci...irnian, that lhere is noone witnlu tbe sound of my vol.-.".thai there ls within the great number* of our population lu these mat a 'ties no one In any part of our couutiy taut knows ?he relatla.n of meu aud things in tht, great metropolis hat svill ever doubt that a movement which y?u .tuin ng to Mr. Coop ri countenance, fdr. bv presiding ov. r lt it your advanced age hus sny other purpose than tbs ruod of your fsUow-elOiens. I Applause, j The vulgar meer* about the protection of workingmen by c.ipltal .ita, about (he protection ot the laborer, by the rich. rave no effect over thc minda of thc iutelligcut working? men of tbla country. Tuen- are no castes in this country. There are no eiasaea tu this country. Applause.) There i* no legial itiou iu thia country thai Hies tue condition of auy mau in lt , Appluinjc J lhere ta no impediment to the lsbortugman's rising to ba iu- master of his craft, tbe bead of histudiistry,the Uer truor of his Suite, tbe Presideui of tbe 1'uin-d Stat**! Applause,J As far ss I have observed, toe nen men or the country?nine-tenths of them?tUrreu lu lite aa poor men supporting themselves by tneir labor. Ercu where there has been in nen ted wealth their luheriune* dui eos co far baxk to ancestry who Bad uot gamed the touaea fion lu tbe work of the Ubortagman. We. lave, wa know, no disUnctl ona under our teatltutloas, but suss