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T1IK INMAN COMPANY'S LOSS.
TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THEIR PIER. KAPI!) SI'UF.AD OK THK FlltK?A BRILLIANT SPEC TACLE?THE LOST) ESTIMATED AT $500,000. fha Ivs xvhich destroyed the Inman Pier, on the North River, at the foot of Oharlton-st., yesterday, broke eal lu 8 small ".Inset nenr the western end abont 2 a. at. Probably it was cnusod by the care? lessness of sonic 'longshoreman who was smoking in the closet contrary to the mles. It did not seem to be a iranseroiiB Ure when it wa., first discovered, and had tho Fire Department been summoned promptly. Hie pier might hnve Leen saved. The steamship Ecrus, Of the Nationul Line, wa. >noored at the south side of the pier, and about sixty 'long? shoremen were at work transferring cargo from tho verssel to the pier. About one hundred men, com? posing the ship's crew, were on hoard also. Amos Smith, the engineer of the pier, who lives at No, .512 East Fourteenth-at., wns the first man to notice tho fire. Ile opened the door of the closet and lils face was nearly scorched bv the flames xvhich tilled tue place. Instead of sending an alarm at once, ,*-'niith called to some of the other workmen to as? sist him aud they got out some hose on the pier. Tho pump. In the engine-room wero started and a stream of water was thrown upon the huming closet. Fifteen minutes were consumed in a vain attempt to check tho progress of the tir**. xviii* li all that time was making its war under the tlonrinir of the pier. When the fleSMODUrst through the floor in two lilarea. Smith ami his companions sax. thal ilieir efforts were use? less. Then an alarm wns sent out trom thc nearest lire-box. Warning aaa niven te the men on the steamship ami most of the 'longshoremen ran at once for the entrance of tho pier. Smith lingered to flood th*- boilers. Smoke rapidly tilled the lower storv of tho pi**r, and it xvas ?with great diihcnltv that he made his xvay to the entrance. He saul afterward ili.it lie beera voices about hun, and hs .shouted to the persons to follow him. lt xvart hi- belief that every penon escaped. When f;titlv started iii- (lames apresd (tin* igfa the pier xx it li grc'if rapidity. The ss ind blew strongly fr -tn the liver in through the .open doors fiiniiiti'j tin' tire. No betti i l-l nv could have Beau devised for a great lire. The pier was 600 feel in length sud 75 fe-t wide, built entirely on wooden spiles. Il was two stories high. Tim frame-svnrk xs as parti v nf iron, hut the floors, sides and roof were of wood, (Ircut heaps ol nitre Idintiis** in hales aad boxes lay oe las main .Boor, while on tbs rec* ond floor lance quantities of goods were in store. There was t*la-i tv of fond for tho daine, and Plenty of room (or the mrs t<> spread tn. lt n quired only a fess'minutes fol the tiro to mount into the s. a . ni Merv ami bunt through thereof at tha end when it bud started, Theuce ita progren toward the shore end of the strueture wm exceedingly ranid. Oreel excitement prevailed on tbe *rteamship, where tbe situation wns growing alarming. The crew wns oi'di real tn cut ! li-1 hawren and push the vessel away trom the .burning dook, liieiof Beer Pearson, who waa ia command, bad Ins t.i*. badly tcorebed by tha" flstnn as be etood on the liridgaa te -.'ive bteorders. Quartennastor BorcbelL ia cutting the ropre at the i-<?w, bad his fan and banda banu d severely. Others of the crew also rc I'.ivi.l slight lanius. The tee in the -lu* ssas wedged n elonly shoal ibe .ship's hull thai the crew could rn-! move it. Orders were given to iiiuka aigneis ol distress, and mik'ts and bomba were Boon ena rising bigbabove ihe timi s. The sig. nals weseaeea by the captains of nveral tugboats, which * oil steamed to tbe rescue ol the steauiahip, Del re bawnrs could be pessed to the veenl, how? ever, tiie lutenre heat had compelled moat <*f tbe 11* sv te have the deck. I h*- sals wen ou lire and ail tire ri-giim was smoking. When the tugboats dragged the steamship <-ut into the stream the iron platnof the side next to tbe pier were eo hot that the paint ssas dropping off. los masts aad spars were af iron, bat they were so hot thal tln"v c.iiilal aol be touched. Streams of water were thrown upon the vessel l>y 1 li*- tireluiiit Bavemi s. i until all (1 niger was over. When the Irene, reached the burning pier the lianna's were within 100 feet of the shore end, and lt was nen thal lhere was n-> hope ofnvingtbe strueture. Throe slsnas bad been sent out before filial Bstn arrived at the in-. Ile ducted rho lireinen Ie throw streams np ni th*- froid of tim structure and te flood some small vessels which ter near tho pi-r. Tug beats entered the Blips and drew out sonic of the vessels. The HaVrmeyer tonk 1 s et ition on the north sole cd the pier am! threw tan Bin ams "ti the Basan. The Poltee Boai Patrol toon arrived and threw- six streams ai the end of th pier, For half an hour aft***rwai_? tba- in-*- made a display nidom equalled. Along the omito length ol the pier the Haines rose in ange mann from the mail and sides, sending up denn clouds of smoke ami ahewen of sparks t** a great height. The Blase waa risible fer many miles Limn tot boote on tao riva the speeteelo was one of extraordinary splendor. Oceataonnlly ioud reports were bsardon the pier, csused nobablv ey the explosion of e ian ot cm midis. Tue real togas to fall la at :l a. m , and after thal th* "*' ssas a eoastsal crashing nf full? ing tiiiibci. until tile whole patt WM in i sins, At I a. m. the lower floor of tbe pier wm covered with tho burning rabbish. which wm sh thsl waa left of the structure sad Ito eon tenta The flames in tbe debris continued te make a show el] day long, although streams wen poured upon the mass by tboHave neyw end th- Patrol. 1 h- )*ier ssas regarded as one nf the "finest in the city, lt wa. built in luBO at a cost ofaboul t-th.oik), exclusive ail (lie Shed. ItWM leas, -ll lav fha- 1 Lick Depaitnenl te tin-In man ( nmp.iiiy on .J tina- 1. ls-1, for len it-ars. Tiie cost oi the two-story shed elected by the Inman Company WM about $8,000. lt was completed in .Inly last. The striictnic ion tamed mikes foi the superintendent, shore-captain, shore-engineer and freight-, l.-rks t,n tiie end D u- I the street, lhere were alsn a blacksmith shop and engine-riiom on the ground Boor of tbs pier and a diuing-rniHii fur tho eter*s aad employre on the end next to the river. 1 lie appel story was used for the storage of incoming ficight and was provided with au a li satur fur boisting anal lowering pack? ages tn ami ti om tiie t rucks and t hes tea me i.. Hy tbs terms of the lease the Inman Company weie to pay ^lo.ooo pn annan and kwp thc pteriagood ie* Bair, lt ssa- niijnissihlo to determine tin* loeore ac? curately yes d-nl, iy, beeaoM th" books sad papen io the nine** oil the pier tresa destroyed,.-uni it eonld not he ascertained hoxv much m -n li-undse xx as on the mer. Mr. Brewster, the nseenntendent. saut that he dial not halie ve the losses won hi e.cced $300,000. The InOUTBUOn am the pier Btructurt; amniii.I to $("O.UOO, and sven- assigned by the luman Line to the Dook Department as tsrcurity foi thc t ii years' lease held by them from June l, issi. They wen placed mfollows: lm jH-rial, ol London, .aiio,OOO; Qroeawiob, .**s.~..0(io; (in.ndiaii Assurance Company, of London, .*,."- (mk?; Ltivrrpool nnd London and Globe, .jr, (MM): lire Ineuraues .Aaaonstion, of England, .f&OOO; driiish-Atna'iican, of Toronto. $."">, ooo; l'hteuix, of London. 95,000; Commercial Inion, of -Loudon, 95.000; Germania, *>t New-York, 95,000; M iinitactiiiet-' Fire and Marun' Iii-u.ati< * Company of Boston, $5,000; and th-- Inanrance Company of North America, of Philadelphia, $5,OOO. There were no insurances ea the (aler pr->ih>i\ The steamship Egypt brought to this perl a Por? tion of the cargo ss lin li xvas IO luisa- been lilli leal hy the City af Ur ansi s, assi shoal 5,000 packages (if various kinds of goods had he rn dtecbsrged from thc vessa-1 H."fine the tire broke mit. It was esti? mated that th-.t value *>f thc geo.!, taken fran tbe Egypt wai about $250,000. lt was believed by many persons that the gi ods already on the pier sven* worth about as much mote, and that tue entire loss would I**- about $t>00,(>00. Ihe Egypt was towed tn tba White Star Pier in tbe afternoon The ilainaga- to the vessel WM estimated at about $.*i.HDii, the principal Icena being the sails and paint. Blight damage wm caused tetbesteam aalp Chattahoochee, which lay al ihe pier sooth of the one destroyed. I hera- were rumors of a !a?a? of life iu tho lire, hut they could not lie resifted, THE REDUCTION OF TEACHERS' WAGES. The action ot the Board of Education in re dnciug tbs ItiBsBess* salaries i per deni emt lu na airing In diapetise with tbe BBTVlen nf lin- Special leichcrs alter "darell I, xvas lbs B-Uasal tlieiuc of diseasatoe in educational circles yeit'-rilay. " I nuns it is a maine dial till, ra-.tiictlaaii was not de? cided on before tte BSSWat increase was BBSS- ni die Bal? aric of the prealdenl of tne Nounal College rind a few oiber*," said John J. duane, pi-iticqial of d rai nm ar heboo! No. ll), toa Triiicsk rejmrter. "I suppose the Heard nf edin ntiott mad-Hie reductiain Iteeaint** lt waa Hie carnet thing to do miller tbe pnssal circuiustances, bat it'a unjust. There are severaf ways by rhich tins could have been avoided. Now, in tbe Brit Bia00. I eaa'l see why tbe etty aliould support Hie seasstaBte .st. alary'*. Why *U(>uld buys be laiig'il to hucoiuu railor. any moro than tailor* I It would be )uat as sensible tor tbe taxpayers to be caned upon to support a tailor *tjop a* a sefioolship. Then I think there a too min-ti red tuite about thc admin? istration ol die nihill* of tilt- Hoard. Too niue li moues la s|ieut for the salaries of clerks. Then" nre li.SoO teano er* in the schools of New York city. Oue -firth of these are tuen aud the ie main.hr women. They sro not coln* to stand thc reduction." "I have been a special teacher of French In the schools of tala city for twenty-seven years," said Oeorge Batch? elor. " In fact, I wa* the first to introduce tin-study ur the modern languages lu the aohools. Hering given ran best years of my life to this work, I do not consider lt Jost or right for the Board to dismiss me In this luminary manner. I sm not tbe only tcscber who has boen employed fur many years in special departments. George IL Curtis lins been au instructor In music for nearly thirty years, and J. B. Eugene daniel in French for twenty-four year*. When I apeak: for myself I speak for them also. But, mung aside length of employment, there ls unotber fact To be taken into (Hinsiderut lon. If we are discharged on Starch 1 wc H)i.-tun reit of the school year. We can riot obtain employment elaewhere, for alf aohools have their teaoBen engaged for tbe full year. You can soe at once bow unfair it la to turn us out with one on*, mouth'* notion. Supposing substitutes from tbo Jca-alar corpe of teacher* are detailed to do our work ; la 1 reasonable to think that Norma! graduatoa are a* well titted to do the work for which we have boen fliting ourselves then twenty tears I But wo are not beggars tt we are not wanted, why, we shall go." Otber teachers lu tbe different grades expressed Shemselve* aa greatly diasaHstled with the action of tho Board. Many said inst bad the laductlou been a ne oaamty tor the welfare of the aenoral achoo! internal* they would hare bees contented In regard to Uieoolored aohools, Superintendent Jasper laid that their diaoonliuusace would not be vf say us terlal Injury to the colored children. There are three schools at present for colored pupils. The attendanre at these schools hM averaged about .*>O0 scholars dunng the past year. It ls a fact, however, that there are in the white schools ajolored children to the ii inn ber of BOO. The closing of the cohn ed schools will save to tbe city the services of fonjr principals and twenty-two aeelst auts. LOCAL MISCELLANY. TWO MEETINGS OF MERCHANTS. COMMEIU'IAI. BODIF.H I'KOTFRTIVO AOAIXST SHir nUB I.KC.1SLATIOX. At the mooting of tho Chamber of Commerce yes? terday, President Lane occupied the chair. Robert L. Kennedy, In behalf of the widow of John C. Oreen, a lato member of the chamber, presented to it the sam of $6X1.000 with interest, amounting in all to 907,000, to l>o devoted to tho relief of mer? chants, members of the Chamber, who have not been successful in business. A. A Low's resolu? tions, asking for the appointment of a coi..mittee of trust, met with determined opposition from Mr. Phillips, who wanted tho hu bi eof.referred to the Executive Committee, The resolutions were finally adopted, however. Mr. Low, ha chairman of the Committee on Rooms, reported Ihat they had been unsuccessful in their efforts to neciire a place'or meeting in the proposed new building on tho old Post Otlice site nt a reasonab'e rental, and he sug? gested that the members should subscribe $100,000 For the purchase of a site In one of the streets be? tween l'ine and Cedar, ("uartcrs could thu. be se? cured more cheaply and more satisfactorily than in the new building. Charles S, Smith proposed tho name of Sir Edward M. Archibald, K. C. If. G.. C. H., and ex-llritish Consul-! ioneral, lor honorary membership, hrh name was greeted arith great ap? plause, and he was unanimously sleeted. Andrew C. Armstrong, Thomas C. Pope ami .lames Vearatn-e were elected members. Hesoltitions were passed condemning tbe Carey hill now hot ore the Legisla? ture, which provides that the Dock Commissioners shill have absolute control of all the wharves, piers aud mil's on the water-front of thc city, ami aliol i.hes the o'ices of captain of the port ;-ml harbor? master. The resolutions also recommended that, Onxernor or Mayor should appoint tin-captain of tim lent, iud that two ot the harbormasters should hs nominated by the Chamber, tao by the PradoM Exchange, and two by Hie Maritime Exehange. aub iect to conlirination bv tho state senate. A resolu? tion remonstrating against the passage of tim sci timi in tin* new Shipping bill providing that .ill masters and owners of vessel. Should be permitted to ship and discharge crewa without fha- agency of commissioners, aud that their linties should lac poi. formed by tho Collector of tbe Port, wa. passed. A memorial to Cong"ron praying lor tbs passage of tbe Fisher bill lo limit the coinage of eilan standard dollars to tbs requirements sf the people, prneoted by D. c. KohbiuB, wm adopted, Gnatave ttehwab, A. i.. Orr ami Jehu Sinclair were appointed a i om mitten to Inquire into tin1 proposed action ol tba Oerniau Government io prohibit the importations of American hug products, ami to malie a report ts the President of Hie ITnited States, It wm also rc solved that Congren sboald i-o urged to take Ml ion against the adulterates of tens. A special committee ol tha- Produce Exchange, ap? pointed to consider Ilia Carey lill in relation to bar bormaatsra, reported ynterdsy thst their ss irk wmuensnry and indispeoaable tu the proper mau .. iii'-m oi' tbe w-hiirf facilities of the port, and that it sboald not be merged Into auy ot ocr branch nf the public rortiM lt wm tbe nata ol thecomuill tee thal tue Carey mil wm wholly againat tbe in* tereala of the commerce of thia port and tba! lbs laws should be amenjed to pruville inr a captain of the portal sn annual ailnry of $2,."i00 a year, and six harbormasters at a salary of :*?_',ono ca. h. BUBO?ABS IN' A CHURCII. I'wo burglar- maali-nu nnsaocn?fnl Bl tempi on Wednesday if ternoon to rob thcSt. Ambrose i'rot retant Episcopal Church al Pnnreand rhoinpaon sis.. ,,f tsbi. li the Rev. J. H. Weill, rill is tbs re* fan. Theventered toe church through n aide window, anal after hulling the Irmit donia began tai puk in* i.aatui.-s ui;ii i mint ur,- fur removal. Hanging on the walls were several costly paintings. Ile* had been secured tor tbe church hs Mt.w el hoi 111,** hose Wife is 8 ni*'' *' "I Mrs. A. j. sti-a.irt. Ail of then ware eopin of oelebrstod picture-, and tiley wen pallid d in Itouie, I ha? th a-va-s cnt eight of tbe renvassn from their framea Bod rolled tbem ap. Th y ripped tbe cir-ct* from the aisles, i .. I lee ted the pr.il i-bi.uk, fr. a: ii the H"t\s anil the orosmente from the altar, and made (hem up hi bundle.. 1 In???(? st as m ba'a rei-vieein the chnrch in the even? ing, a ad a- 5*30 p m. the sex in :, A. Hi idley, w .-nt tn th- bnildmg, ;tci -u11ipsnie 1 bs his little boo. I!<" st m sarprised to find the doon fntened on the inside. Lansing ll', sam ill fni'.t aaf Illa- chinch, lu- st.mt tli i a ii gh tin" all'-y al the -il ? nnd climbed i .tai a ssm dou .s dcb wm open, Ashs sm agoing through tne alley hi* s ii sass the burglars lamp oul of a \s [ndo ?? mi tin- other side ol ibe bal -ling ead run away. They did nut cany away anything of raina. MEETIHG OF THE WATER COMMISSION. At tho meeting of the Water Commissioners ye* terday all the members .ctn present oxoepl ih Msyor. John C. Cami.Il, ex chief saginaw a(f (he Croton Aqueduct, saul Ibat be mneidered High llriiigo sutlicientiy strong te lu-ar tbe sttsin si sa other atiuennct. In answer Ito qantions he said ti,at it would (squire tivo iron pipes, each three feet in diaim-lt r t" rairy the amount of water uosv teasing in lbs Croton aqueduct ile advised the building *>l B nam at .-odom, amt thought that it woeld be advisable te build a lug one at (Jual.cr's Bridge lt WO lal take ten years io build the lurga" dim, fholdlng 32,000,000.000 gallons, lie saul, while IBe smaller onset sodom, holding one-fourth that amount, eonld be cuiiHtructed in lour ye,irs. It would take fuur years to build Uk* aqueduct. When asked whether he would miviite tunnelling for the euue diict. he said that he sboald, a. then lt wimbi list enough longci to eonpsnsate for the additional cost of constiTiction Mr. Campbell favored linit iny the anouut of water allowed escfa house in the city, which should uut be exceeded under ordinary circumstances, ll*" said that irani piries oould br* laid in die North River, if it wete desired, to onug aster ts tins city from Rannes Valley.' Ile tbonght that thc pepin living on the Kamapo io KsW-Jerny might prevent the plan frau being carried out by legal obstacles, 'ihe commission adjourned until to-day. TWO FUNERALS fESTERDAT. The funeral nf William Eb Wood, ss lin died Sud* dc.il.v on Tuesday, tamk plan yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock, St St. Thomas's Church. I ho service ssas ned by the Ka-v. in. Morgan, anisic i nv the Kev. Alexander McKay Smith, I hera were ao pall bear* rs and ne lowen. The Metallic Burial Casket (ump.ins-, of whiefa Mr. Wood wm viee-omddent, mis re omen ted by the trnetees?B. F. Judson. Richen! Jummeneil sud NV. lt. T. Johnston, ano many of tbe stockholders and employes. Tbe budy ssas iiiiened in thc st. James Episcopal Church? yard at Newtown. The funeral of Michael Dinkclsptel. win* died mi Tucsdnv test, duk place yesterday, al !'::!() a. m., al Na IHlvisi Sixty-tlmd-.t. Hie merriton were ((in? ducted by tho Row. Henry S. Jacobs, of tbs Congre? gation Hmo Jnbnrun, uf which Mr. Dtnkelspiel svhh d,r a lang lime presideuta. The pall-liearers were Henry /mimer, mau? Zimmer, Edward Hirsb, I'.dwiird stern, Edward Opoenheirn, and Mr. Maaa There sven- also present Mori!/, Caben, p.eal I al ol the congiegntion ; all the members of tba Board of Trustees, a delegstton '.rom tbe Hebrew Mutual Benefit Society, end tbs directors of the Mt. Sinai Hospital. HEAVT REAL ESTATE TRANSACIIONS. llusinesH was unusually nrisk in thc Register's aifthi" yeeterdav, then- halag upwards **f 200 papen, recorded. Among thaaa wen" the sale by (hi.- .J astin Charin P. Daly, of tbs Conn of Com? mon I'la-.is, ol a loton the southside of Fifty-eighth st., about 865 fec( weal of Eiguth-ave, tor$12,000 to simon llernheitner end Ihe purchase of No. 00 Wall Street from tbe United States Mortgage Com? pany for *70H,<M)() liv ii. lt. Sherman andotber ti oaten of t bs ttoyal lasuranee Cenpeey. An in? strument hy xvhich the Sec.I Avenue Railroad Company nils for $50,000 niue lota on ths north? east corner of Second-ave. and Sixty third-.t. io Felix Connor and John Oraham was recorded. Tba property on tho south side of .Niiiety-sevcnth-st., -!-!5 feet west of Second-ave., was traiiHierrei'i by S. Simmons ami Wife to Charles Sedgwick for .fl OH.OOH. Din prop. city 100 feet west an Sacotid-ave ou the SUM Street WM transferred hr the sa ne persons for 000,000. 'I he Manatee of Ka 28S Bieedwsy hy Msblon Sends ami wife to Gossys Nundea lor 970,260ateo was recorded. CENTRAL PARK APARTMENT HOL'SKS. Ihe corner stone of the Central l'ark apartment hons*-, in I'ltty-tiinth-st. wa. lani yesterday inurii iiig. Hie stone forms the north west comer of tho present buildings, hut xx ht:: tha- svimle structure is completed it will be in the centre, lu a copper box, IU hy i;'._ inches, a copy ol' THK TitllH'NK, BOOM silver (oin, pamphlets, olans and photographs were deposited hy NV. Kidney. Tbs box w*s placed in the stone and it was lowered to its place. Mr. Lespitinse delivered a short address as to tbs objects of tho enterprise, ami comiiliiiieiitc.il the architects and contractors on their work. Hy way of Belate a heave blast WM tied in the rock, scatter? ing some fragments among the mm taters Mr. Hubert then struck the stone with a mallet sud declared it duly laid. Among those present were Messrs. J. 1). Critiiiiniis, Lowden, Tttenee, Kiernan. McLord. Brannan, Blake, Dunii, Doyle aud Mnc douald. -a WANTING AN 1NO.UE8T ON UMBEL?. lease Blyn, age 21, of No. VU I East Hou.ton-sl., informed Ur. Donliu at the Coroner's otlice yester? day that be warned an iuqiiesl held on himself ii. many people were seeking to poteM hun. Dr. Dun? lin replied that it would be neceasary for Hlyn to die. The latter cheerfully consented, hut expressed s wish that the operation should take place iu K private room. Finally Dr. Doulin gave a letter to lily" directed to " Dr." Finn, at tho Tombs, who, be told him, would give itu antidote for poison. HOME NEWS. PROMINENT ARRIVAL* Fifth Avenue Hotel?Ex-Senator William H. Barnum, of ('niinecllciit, sn*l Ktlian A. llitclicnek. of Ht. [.nula ...Wrafmiiiifrr/'ofW-Oeni ral James 8. Berney, of pittsburg_r "I.-a tamara karnoo?Lieutenant ?;. Bn* Uni, of the Italian Army. -? WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. Assembly Committee on State Prisons at Hotel Bruns? wick. Children's Carnival st Academy of Music. Water Commission ? ni lng ut Mayor I'd son's office Michael MeGlote's ssutean ls Bepnass Court. I.lvlnirston-Flciiiiiii; suit in Brooklvn. John Keuny's nbsa in limaklyii Supreme Court. Meeting of Aldermen's Cummlttee me street*. Ur. John Utrd's lecture on "Cleopatra," at Aasoclation nail. 4? NEW-YORK CITY. The Western Fnion Telegraph Company has re? duced its rates from New-York te Rainmore ead Washington to twenty eeata for messages "f 'en words. Thc canal boat John Strop, of Oswego, _f. Y.. loaded with coal, ssas st unit bv a cake 'if ice BBS* t rday at tha foot of NN'est Nincty-sixth-st. aud sinik. AN IN.H'NCnoN AClINST A PLAY. Tbs notion to continue the temporary injunction restraining Barrett, NValliek and McCloaky fr--in prodnoing tbe play entitled "Jean .lames, or die Pandit King,'' ssas denied yesterday by Justice Benet! in tue Supreme Court, Chambers. THK BBSOLT OB TAIHK1 SOITATIOa. Collector Robertson reporte Ibe total receipts of a iistaiiiis diit'.'s forJitnuary,18H3,ssfl!.,573,4'20 ll, aeainat 813.387,525 96 in iss_. The falling off ol BBle.006 8'A, Coileetoi Robertson attrilratos to tho agitation of tin* turill gaestiou. xv xi corr and Tin: orin 8, The ci-ntest bel ween NV. s. Walcott anal two quails ssa. morned restorday al '*_ebe*1 Case's tavern, Mr, Walcott t>''t the tirs( bird te Hight in fire minutes and annihilated the .second in eleven minutes. Ile betrayed neither emotion bot seasick Ill's... ms TiiiHd TB?M in I'liisnv. Charin Reilly ssas wntenoed yeaterdsv by Re? corder Hmvtb t" seven years anal six mont hr Im* prison me nt for robbing tue liquor store of Stephen travers on January i. Bailly has twice before reived (erm)* in piisuii. M'dlnlN TO BB ):)" s|-\n Si I H ll) 1>AY. Th( decision an the c.i ol Aopesla iu the Ban of Mi* Hu I I . McGloin, con vii ted ->t thc marden ni Loins Hauler, xvas received yesterday at the Dis? trict-Attorney's office. Ma-,hu i Hill lu- arraigned 11 i-i i.iy in the Supreme Court to be re SMitenced. isii'.i//.! du i hum i -il li kim; j s,,-,. Charin 1'. ami George il. Chiekering base began an arl on ai-aiiist I d n.i I'arru to recovel -s:t,i7:i 32, the amount all got] to d.ix?? been em* i" -/.li d i-y lii? ai of ti" plain iff* Perre ssa- em? ployed by the plaintiffs n. a i ol lector lb- was ai rested on tuesday Issi un an order msde In tba Bollon. tm i - 11 f.i ni rut Bin go i, sss ss ii.ii i i General Francis C. Bar.ow. the pun-has roi the big hotel :. !'? " i'll am Wed t iis,i| yeal rdav to give tlu* names of the syn for wbom he b i 'it it, ur lo ny whal t . -s li? te iliil tod') with it. Pi- I, however, th.it the hu el i- to ia- lilted up in I Iii ?? rn op i i i the pal.lie next summer. The plans <*f Ibe syndi? cal ? st iii tx- made kno ?. n to ala . Bl PORI a-l lill am S|| s;,,\ 'I!:, mouth 11 mi...,t a.i the <:it Minion, No. 50 Bible Haul--'. I??: J.i nuns -ha.ttslii.it tin r- atc 17 city minionaiies employed, who mad 5,071 si n held i'd meetings, ss ,i , un Btt* udam n ? t I p. ison*, ili-tiihui ii m..-.(iii ii nata, ml aided I 1 ? families witta clothing, rood a I a-ilu-r supplies. Tho receipts are $0.Oi7 I-', sad the expend) -l 570 50. xii-i s 11 rn \ I- utui , -xii: rorer*"! Superintendent loucev, 1 tho New-York Central la- road, ss .is i ni mi hoard tl"- in-in , i inn dunimt - engine when it struck and killed Ocorge Munson atllasliugson In ? dis. as has hi-en alleged, Ibe an.in- stias running ut on \ 30 hom Thc i ernie a', I ll S ll as i, | n Iel t ile I ll.li pallV til nil reap n ubilitt i"i th.lent, I sn im. di 1.1 i is i i i i i i : i:- PROMPTLY. C..nm.i.sumer Bhield* yeaterdsi lien i te.tiuiouy III the i lisa- nf Alld a "V \V li .. a l I ,ii: f, Wtl4l is charged with criminally delaying the ah lisa-l . a,f |, Mers. I lu' .ill. a I .' |. Ut (all .-i i il of failing te repori a temporary ill oeaa at a late h?nr ou Katnnl u md keep? ing undelivered 1 ttenuntil ?!?:?:.. nu.' A slaaa k a I I .HIST; ic: Bl i i.i: BBOgl - A Hi-elinu ni in iiii'ii, an tne-j , . Excliange in? terested in I--1.1bli*iiiug ? Btw held yesterday, lt waa steted th i tba nat ? loo issn I.-* nb i had I---1..Tine.!. A committee mi orgaWiiiation, ol whit li S. \. \\ bite la chairman, ss.., :i|i|ii.iiil. al. John I). l*Ta)bll ws* elected : dent and II. Ij. Briggs secretary. I wo su bon C4?nmilten wen sppoiuted. Ass|(,\SIKN lui I ll SS I I Ll l: Lucien B. Jacquin, a (ewe I lei al No. 8' way, made an at ? gnm* i '? Ballard, givin ? *?refereii* ? i l \i Ja* (linn a a- Hr nil li ?? - ? rena .\ (a, failed alioat live rears iga and compromised at 33 i .nts mi tin- dollar. Ht* hs* beau assisted argelj by Ins brother-in-law, Anion Mi rsgue, sud had eon sidereble diainonda consigutnl tu him hy M. Pox A C.. TMP Ma.Uh a,l Cl;.ill I HM, I Bil ! I Tbe Board ot Director* ol foi i ne Pre? vention of Cruelly ta Children held n* moutblv inert inn j sterday. Sinclair I'onnf ssa. elia teal x ue pi e-i'tent in place of thc late Rolierl L. Ht nari. ami llelll V S. Al i H. SH e..I, shh 1.1 ia! the ll, I, .1 Hebrew Charlo Association, was made a director, lu .lainiarv '.'_ l complaints wert na' in ai. :to more thea in In**i : nf time HU had been In vntigated at tbe reqo?st ol tbeFolii ? Magiatratea (ALI INO "S SS. ( . III I a ll! lt I ail; ITH'ail The Police Caimmissii.H. i, yesterday passed a resolution calling apon ex-Assistenl District-Attor? ney nv. c. Besebei ta furnish innot of ebargn al corruption in the Pol iee |)a- tart me il, rei emly maa li? bs Illili. 'I be** als,, ilm end thc chief ciel I, tn ki a |a a closer guard lu future of the records ami statis ii, i ol ile- department, lu order to prevent lawyers from obtaining information aol ordered hy the ((Hirts. TIIF OIL MUsAM ll it* -I Sit lt IM A\|a. Th*- Atturnc.v-iiiiiciiil adjourned the bearing of the i a--ida-ti ts of Staten I -1 md who have been com? plaining ol *:iiT' mad-rial and sludge acid "Coming iuio ih*- Kill Nun Kuli iiuiii ihe mi re ti nen ni the ri tandan! Oil Company at Bergen Point, N. J., in rn er lo rermit the -tat- Board aaf Health to make aninvntigsliou. The Standard people ny thal they are willing to do whatever competent authorities determine apon m propel. DSifBBSSBB BOABMBft'llOl'HE kit pius. The New-York OniraL Erie, Peunsylvtuis and Baltimore anal Ohio Itailroads bave each pul an elaborate case of ticketain their new incleeuresst Castle (i.inb il and ya-slei.lay the pooling arKtllgtv inent, nuder the supervision of Join) .Nk?-t) l. I'. Hoot h. wen! into effect. 1 be rloslng of outside nu. migrant lieket oflil efl hail B depressing cll'.-ct ii im ni tin- miasioaartea and boarding-house kespenand riuiiHts stim lian- enjoyed pnviiogM from which they svili dow be debarred. ABBKSTBO IOU sn Al lsd diamonds. John M. Harris, aire tbirt?/?three, ssas arrested yesterday bi Brooklyn by Otter Gardner, of the :l iiiiihs Ci ni it sa| u ai I, ami I lei edi sc higgs, on com? plain! ul Margaret s. Koah,ol Nia. vis \Nint Fifty seveiitn-st., lot tbe aliened Isroeny of two gold bracelets ami two ringa, sal arith diamoade, ali of tbs value of Oe-00, iriseii te him hy om Jonah Na-svak, a da-ala-i in (iiau.uiuls, .-md mus m Ludlow* Nt Jail, int December20. HewMieuiauded toawail the pies" nee of Ncwak, who l. ti be gOteUtOOS ss i it floin l.iidlow-st. Jail. I ll MIN Wild wis in i ii r.. The Ree. ibu.uas r. Lxreii. a.t Philadelphia, lectured at Steinway Hail last Bvaniag to tbs Mechanics" Union, on the "Men wbe wm.'' The lecture treated of ths snoeessfal men in ail rece* lionsoflife. They WSW aol vis.arin be Haul. They were the mon win* thought and worked out their plan, of life, relying on their ownaswcte, uot en chance. Sba leeters leletsd many instanere la tbs career Of self-made men, illustrating tho stepe hy winch they arrived ai etaneuee lld INHKTMK.MS AdAINST THC lll'.V. XIII. (DULLY. Orders of nolle prose*|iii wen eutered yntorday ni the case of twenty-four mal ii t rn, nts that have been lying iii the District-Attorney's outee against the Hex. Edward Cowley, formerly of tho .Shep, hem's Fold. This WM none ul dm suggest mn ?i Eldridge 1. (mus, tba presided of the Huciety for (I e riivelilinll nf Cl 'nelly to Children. Mr. (terry's society procured tbeeoavtetion <*f Cowley in Janu? ary, IShO, for cruelly abusing Loins Victor, one of tl.e children living in the institution. For this otieiice cuss icy s "i s cd oas yeer in the Penitentiary ami natal a linc of ,*r-.i<). lim other indictments re? lated lo other children in the Fold. TltYINd TO TABB A "H-AD-Ht" DOWN A HATCHWAY, liaab'tiik Ade, a (ieriiiuu machinist, I hu tv-four years nhl. Hint employed iu Hrown's shop, at No. fif I^iwi.-st., yesterday made three attempts to dive In adforemoat dosvn a hatch*.uv. Ile ssas inch tune prevented hy Sebastian Fisllr-r, tbs Inn-man, who linailv turned him over tai the police. In tho ESBSI Market Police Court, where Adc was taken, uh af his iiciiiiaintaiii'es stated that he was ol unsound mind. Ile. had made attempts to jump fruin tim window of his roon. Judge Daffy committed the. prisoner for examination as to his sainty. HANLIN*. AN ADOPTED CHILI) HY I UK Till MOS. NN Minim Curtis, a lillie Mtofsd boy six years old, wa* taken into the Jefferson Mai'.ni Police Court yesterday morning l.v Ollieer Wilson, of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty tai children. Hi.eyes were swollen ami surrounded by blue ring*, the result of blows. The ollieer said that Mary Cniiklnt, a maid in the employ of Mrs. Brown, ol No. 51 West '1 hil la-cut li st . and living at No. 1 20 (linton jalna e, adopted the child about three yeara ago, anil that alie had brutally used him. A fesv Dights ago aim suspended him by his thumbs for many hours. Neighbors tcstitiod that they had seen the child pick numbs om ul the sink aud crusts ot broad Lrom a si i-ba ire ls and eat them ravenously. Justice Lard? ner comtiittctl the child to tbs Baie of C-Mlieer NN ll eon nutt sent Mrs. (,'onkliu to the Island for two months. ACCC-IN*; . pol.[('KHAN OK AllC'INO" BIM* Before Ju.tic." Dutlv, in tbe Bani Market Po n'e Conrt, yesterday, Oncer Mahoney. *?f tbs ram teen th Precinct, erniigii<"<l John Mul money, nine? teen years old. of No. ll) Geerck-St. The pri-oners faro was bailly braised and swollen, ami BO said that his lei's won cut. These injuries. In* dcclar-d. baal been indicted by Ofticer Mahnnev. in the sta? tion, jusr before he wa. taken t*? tba Court. Tin policeman's story was that Mulrconey made an at d'Hipt to escape, aad in the struggle which ensued he \yas pretty roughly used. Justice Dutlv remand? ed Miilioainey. svho WM SirOStcd for helping B thief to escape, fur examination. (H'ARDINd llolFI. OCI SIS I BOM I)AN(,i:it. Inspector Eat rbrook yesterday sent a notice to thc agent ol the Hoffaian estate', dire-ting Minto place two lines nt hie es-moat on thc Twcnty-tiftlt st. front of the Hoffman House. Ho also ordered tha( ccr(ain closets in the hotel he removed, and thal doorways bs cut through Boase of the pei*?* tiuns, tO permit free access tn the escapes ill ( BM <d lire. Alfred Storms, manager nf Lrggett'a Hui*!, at No* ll and 40 Chathani-st.. abo received B notice fruin Mr. Ksterbronk. Tsvo buildings an* included iii the hotel, tine being owned by the city and tim other bv BB esta' for winch J. M. Bowen, ol N". <ii William-st.. is the attorney. Mr. _iterbrook requires two lines ol lire-escapes to be placed on the flout nf the hotel. The (naen space in a passage way near the cen're *n tba hotel 6 to be provided with a dour and door ssas Ham to bseui thrungli the ]>nrtitio-Dt) of leOUM teStetS limn th** escapes. HROOKLYN. Controller Urinkerholl" has removed Pockm-Wcr John Inly, Btationed ai tbe Wallabout, and eu* pointed ex-Alderman l'atnek Kelley, of the twenty fourth NVard, as his SUCeeSBOr. Patrick Kelley, of No. 40 llall-.t.. was arrested vs'inl'i v for causing a Hre in s saab nnd blind fac? tory ai Nos. -to ami .f.' Hail-st. m December, 18S1. The loss hy thc Inc was .f'J,(KK). PrCfi-ssw l> G. Katani has been elected president of tbe faculty of Pucker Insiiruia" to succeed the i.tii-Dr. cutta lulen. The will of the Letter wm ottered foi protea! yeaterday. After a long disciis-ion yesterday afternoon, the Board aai nupervisora roted to authorize a commit ta-i" oi three, with tbe clerk of the Board, to visit ? '.Tell nf Ihe Stat* 11' ?'. i t ll! i"ll * if! which lill V Wadi I nf the ) OUnty Ol Kings atc placed. In the suit of John 8banley to rr net from the city .* 100 as a balance of bis pay isa policeman, his nlarj having I.n reduced. J mig- Cullen jrnter day (iii i. I ? -.I in favor of the city. Hus sm a tesl case nut of ,-i hundred or lin'ic ms ('Iv mg .fi l')H.""'. The Board nf Supervisor vet ni iy authorized tba- Cam mil d" a-T lil" ( T ? i - ' V I'.: it II ttl l-l V''ri IS" for bids for putting in water pip ? In ihe Insan- Nay linn ami ihe Aliiis-huiisc int :ha pu roon ol extin? guish ii.; Kl "?lr . .on ?? ?? iniiii'l . sch., is,is f ?! ii!",- lefiTH '1 ar lld ll' allie. No, 6tl_ 'lite . IIS a'., nu Well lu -ll l\ . ia.' .latching lin" from ber ki*, lien i ii m. Mary's Hospital, sh.- left Sive children. lb.- inn' r,il nf Daniel Chauncey, prealdenl of lin- Mt ni ntr.nl Iinl!,. who I ll -i .ul ii".ii apoplexy n bis ofh cc, mi Mi.iidi.s. si as held yesterday in (? Church nu t in- tiela M pi . tSl . -U"" II' i'a . . - . . , bv the Kev. Dr. \V. A. Snively and the Kev. H. I.. Ti.h'. I he bul . renwood. lu making h ? ? * for the nev Ihe Navy Yard the wo-kmen are din's line ? b mian bai n - and i he Long W wharf is bulli opou tn*' beach ss a, ,, ts ,-n lund those who died during thu K voluti'ii) nu boar Kngii !i pi ia *n-*hipa thal wei ? an* lu- - I ? ? NN ullalnui . Sit ? ?? bini's ni these Be vo? lo ;i<n ary ihip-martyrM have beesidug up since Jau ii.n , :*. ts lu ti iii- nm k began. JERSE. (UV. ', ia lil tilla l.t ? ll.ISa- ha ell f,'l i tile SS ll"' Kati ' ' ling tun funds of tb* institution, and vio i he Slate bank us Iaa . 1 In ra ..:?? nit ni- :i-.lin-i l.il.siinl B, Khaw, thai ;.11? I li ? .lollll I., lit? I. tl NI.\N -.11 1- N di t ti--. ?-. ? . ? . I - ? in, a Im ss- is at work tu th" .hoddy mill of J linsfi a .astin, had li" -' d '''. flu i ? .it'll, i 'ie father -ii' 1 'i e firm for -.'? oaao iimi ml tbe -irs i es nf hi, ? i,ii Wednesday night'-! ri. I ?"?" i"i tbe plaintiff. Tbe c.iae ss,ll lie ? ?!. Vonna Frit-sin in will nos begin s in tn ? a.ts ii b" h iii again si be linn. . llotstHti n I ' I - ? ' in. lil ina al * plain! nt Mil Tm tt nil hat lng, ian Na.s ? mila i '."'. set Ure -ai inr bonn, al Nai. '_'ii Ni -. . I i(--t. Mr-. Illili-, .ill ???'? a tlial ' 1S.T//II wann ,1 to Uni in- hain- hu she refused ta. -..il al bis pi ti... 11.. i b< nilen d in ???'?" to set Bro to it. uni*'wu tlestr.iu.I. and Mrs Buck believes from flint Cansso set it on dre. I'ba*prisa to ths I minty Jun lai a tx mi I he .ia -Maali an ibe i Si iud Jui . M U ARK. John Fie" i ife, lix mg at Mo, 43 ? - Orang) ut tin ,i m miiig*' a.ii h. xi lu. sd iv. Ibe employes in the afe**l works of A tha A Co., numbering about four hundred, were informed i - t flit Iv that their wagra a ould I- .reduced in per (?cut on February il. The watter .*.., dis, u.s.-.i Binung th m li and a Stnks ssa- t ilkcl ul. li. Ll III ll.IS i SHU i I hell ('( ( i la .1 liol to I lilli, a" ts ll. tue- ni. Mi. .tba stat* that prices have fallen, sud that theirbusinen haa ilecresaetl s.ii much. - I -' \' ( 'itv llll'l Pit telling, he a--, a-, Lase le lilied WagM) -Mn,- .liliill.it V 1. .Hi I ll ls probable that hie linn will be forced to in reduction of wagn also, If they do not, thor "ill be able to give very little work to tin ir employes. The wageenow nuga ti om .fi 70 to 88 adajn LONG ISLAM) l,iKi,i Vaiuv. rhetrustoMof the Med."dist Church h.ivc written s letter in regard to lite re rnl I l.illlic ba ! St ecu Ml - I.lil.I v!at S .lill M I-a Cecilia Sm ii h. ns io wiin -li (iii h I play tha ni (.-.in on Mundays. The trustees uphold Mba Smith's conduct and bi.una M.-- Stacy. SIATLN ISLAND. Ci ii niv.?Thoma" Lyman, a young man.while al ssairk at I! u limaiiii's br.-ss.-rv yesd-t(las. WM killel by hist othing getting caught in tbestesm ha.,st mg apparatus. N\ B8TCHE81 BB eol'Nl Y. Ni.ss-Ko* ni t I.u. The Kev. Mt. NValler was in? st iii lc* I ill pastor aaf I hat prc shy Iel lau ililli'll s cs'cr day. I be Kev. I >r. John I lill, of tina a nv, preach* <1 tm- si-mho i, the Ber. Nd. I,', id, of Votlka-rs, delis ired tbs charge to tin mw pastor, and ihe Kev. Nlr, Mci tambrey, of Btewsters, tin" charge of tbe people. Com Coil A aiovemenl has been stalled tn change tbe name ol Coe I ob tn Bsyport. Tbe t-iwn is named sftei an nhl ludiau, John Kui Koa. LONG ISLAM). Lo-.ai i-i \ *, i> (nv.?Ai ti.roting of the (jina na County Mount uf Hu pr rv ison ye.terdat a resolution WM pa?"-I a '"-I Hilling the lull Inn.la? the I .egisiat un- pius nliiig foi the sale oi l.imi un? derwater al Henaetead aud other points. Ihe rocco) miis|ii"is|'iii ail members ol tin- Lung Island Cn v pollM fore' has cans -d considerable dis liiiisiaitiuu iiiinng tbs nun. Cantala A.S, -Woods, svim was one of tbon sui pendell,has prepared apeti non .imi ba-is eudeevoring lo seeurstbe signature aat i very iiairolmaii te it, asking the Common Coun? cil to ii.isa- tbs city charter amended o as in take tbe power ol suspension from tbe Polm Commis? sioners.Muyin ? Pet ry paid all (be interest dui upi,ii lue elly IkhhIs yes tulay. Ile alsn paid six months' interest thill ihe elly was linallie lu pay last AUgUStt ___________________ nn: roi ins. MK. MURPHY'S SUIT AGAINST MK. ENGLI8H. William I). Murphy BO?te time ago began un action in the Supreme (loni agalnal u llliam ii Knal sh, the Deuwcrstlc candidate tar Vice President in issn, tu recover a tutu t s-l,.t().i. The cumpliiut allegn ili.it Mr 1. nKiu.il e.ii phn a- I Mr. Murphy lu I shh tu Hell t er .ia. it. of sesnkn te bis behalf te indi.ami. Mr Murp.iy deliv creal twciiiy Ilse apei-ciict. IM x utile of ivlilcu tie Steen al * dm mi Hie SpeerBre were delis cl ed ill different pails nf I lillians, mid Ml .Murphy ipenl ill.mil BSOOfor travelling a-xpa-nsei. Mr. BagliSB, mat helug climcn in pi. mle over IM Senaia- aif ihe Cnlteal Hlutci. lefusci] (u keep bu cnnlr.icl ss nh Mr. Murphy. Ill* answer to thc ..miolamr atlugea tnat Mr. Baalish never prtiruliad In pay Mr. Marshy for tbe un ol Bis eioqaesee, .Mr. Mar pay tY.iii tn linn,ma f, r hu own plcuure anal pruitt ami ? poko ill public tor lill aiwn rlilcltuiliuiiilt. I ll t Ile sea-mid pince, Mr. Murphy'? speeches wein not wurdi any thing. Finally, die all aged natrect wa. against good murals and piiliih- pi.,la . ami tin- i 'mi. di ulina ami lasv ur the land, umi lliereliaic taiiil To tills last ala renee the pinn tiff doun ned. The demurrer wa* urgurd tielore Ju*!Ice Larniiinre. wini J cat- ular rendel rd ii alcrlaliui mint .lin lng the illillinna , iib the ground I lint that contract wa* teBSassented IB Induiua. nml timi it dui nut np,H .ii fruin the pleading* thai lt wu, ctiiitrury to thc law ol t uai Htate. ? i SJ) COURT CALKNliAKS-l'KHKrAKY _>. Suras.? ( niisr I'MiKiiiii* iii'i.l Hy Haired, J, calen dar iilliil it ll a m. Nu. tl. ta. .M. Al!. Mi Hit UT pu io, ?...I, 'j.'.o, ?.'.'..(. soi, 'ito, '.'nv, m. ate, mi, iha, 2mo _ h.s' ?.-c'"' SHH, -".'i'i. !*8B, A0A. :iuh, ill ii. Blt. auraaioa cm itr-srii iii. TSSU?Bsld by lugraliatu J. No ii is i ih-iiaiir. coMMija Pi aaa arariti ream tteiai by j. v. nair, j. N ii tlar calendar. Si'881'i.iil'* a aai hi Hehl Hy lt.,Him, u ciiiitc,n-,i alli a*r lum* Cooper at du .10 a. m., cuntc.tod will of 1'iuiiv Mel I,uei n ,il Lilli |i. m. r-i ihi tu. cocut -uk.bk.i. TasH Will nirpt rn io 'Ki a. ui. -? THK COCK 1 OK APPKALS. Al.DANT, Feb. 1.?In thc tuiirt ol Appeals to-day?present, Hie Hon. Willinm C. Buger, c. J., and aassetetn I be rollowlag buslueis was transacted: Ba ST? BBflaBWta V. U s-uliii andotlier*, eiciitnrs, etc., rrsinanileiili, agt. Kdward itolicrti .md aiinUier, uppeiianlH Signed. No ts- Henry Wynkoop, executor, rte . reapomlsiiL agt. Han Niagara Fire tii.ur?no.i ( oiupauy, a|i|iellanl -ailiuntd I No, bb C'liiiii'il* I) Karie, rcipondeul, aa*. Wliliiuu U Mila. H-uld., atc., appellaai AiguiU. Ko. '..I-Chsrles H. Raberg. lr., executor, et.;.. reiDondent. sgt. Hie Like boon aud tflchlgap "Soatten -tefeeMCeaa piiiir. appelUut lalso Noe. 21)3, '-MW and 297)-Argutucnt un finished. ? Kmm ,n Tin- dav calendar for to morrow ll aa followa: >B-. *J, ta, ai, ir. a. ti, ii, m. DNITEI) STATES SITREMK COURT. iV a shim, ton. Feb. 1.?Tho following busi ncis was iruiisacted lu tue Supreme Colin of the unitea 8ta(C8 to-dav; ? , ___ Va. IM Charles H. Marshall anal other*, appellants, agt. thc ttesimlilp Adriatic?ArKiiineiitiiiiiaTiiila-'l. _ ? - ?a 170? Mai tin Haiakfrt. appellant, agt, M. J. II?sell, aa Dlntatnter, et.-.?Argssssn begun. ASJsamBe. JAMES TREGLOWN EG USD GUILTY. Tlio crowd that BBTlTOU-ded and tilled the (onrt ld. ne at Morristown, N. J., vcstcrdar, on the r.aiirtli day of the trial of Jaine.. Tra-glown. wss greater finn on anv previous day. Numerous eon-tibles. with lung poles In their bernis,worked hard to keep ia order the (iir'Hil-iit ni,.li di,ir tilled tim passageways of the Court Boon end clamored fur admission to the court-room. Treirlosvn snt with putts face In-side his counsel, and llsteoed Intently te evt-ry word that was enid In tho arguments to tlio Jury. The proceedings of the day wero opened by A. C. Smith, nf Treglown'. canuiaad, who reviewed tee svteenn ls regard to thc confessiou aif die prisniiiir. Tue remark svhlcli Treglown innate to Mn Wet hern igor "If I I'an't have Minnie, I'll put an eiul te her ami ta) myself, d>a>," woe, he said, the outcome of a nt aaf despondency and nut tee expression of a BM bent un a murder. When Mr. Smith baal tlnlslual. bis iissoa-latc. Mr. Welts, closed the itruituiciit fur the ?1 * fence. He reviewed the testimony on dot U sides, and a-, ii in m.' tin" dan hf ulna's* aif Tregtowu'a story, muda' un eloquent appeal te thc Jury te acquit ld* client. Then Attorney-(iciicmi Bteekios delivered un address to (bc Jury that sra. overwhelming. All tho testtmooy ss ns 1'nri-fiillv analyzed and dealuctlo'is were drawn from it unfavorable tu the pris,mer. due liv mn- Iii- demol? ish, d the tbeOfteeof tbe defence und drew the lines eloaer and eleen around tbs prisoner. His legal knowl? edge, impressive manner and [rowen sf onion seemed completely t<> carry tee Jury with him. Judge Magie, at the close of rue Ittorney-Geoerel'a argument, delivered the (Tillage lo file \tttf. It WHS UH lill 'll Va il Tillie tO the prisoner ns tbs argument of Mr. Stockton mid been In reviewing tee testimony bs drew nut one d,*?action in Treglowu'e favor. Hpcaklng aif the probability air Treglown having per Jured hims. If to save his life, lie culled on I In* Jury to remember (har " all th.ir a man iiath svill lie give for his life." At ten minutes of 4 The Jurs-retired. It ssas thought that t-tey would he out for nine time, and the crowd gil* hl.illv alis; er-ed IHiHI the cull -1 laioln Wis 'eft de -ailed. \t a: lt the inri Intimated that they were resdy to come lu The Judge* muk their Beats ami a dona per snii - ur -aa. who bad h. nrd of th, Bgreemenl of the jin jr, c imelntot leoonrt room. Tbe Juron Bled lo sad steo*1 in a loos Hoedown lbs room. The pi tanner was brought iu and stood facing tbem. A deathly pal 'or overspread bia fan a- lu-n ui iiis lim,in in tbelr fountenauon Mdhlaeyn il wltb .<n unnatural brightness, li was slmoat aim 8 in the a-aaiir:- mom, end through the gloom Md the nra-ntidas, bush th.- Judge's voice sounded svitii gn it "Gentlemen ol the jury, have ree t upon b verdict I" " wc hat -,' htis thc answer " Who iiail sp.-uk for you l" " 1 aa- Har ll, ill." reman, bow ny yon?guilty or not guilty !" re sin. ii piuihc. and dun tbe foreman reialled : ? ol .i-i.-! iii tin- Oral degree." Tbe |i ir* uaoded foi aeuti in-e_, EC, YPTIA V Uii ONSTRUCTION. ENGLAND'S ... | ii |t |,y a (a\( ll-.ist; TUB SUBS a 'W.H.. 'I in- cirrulni note dispatched hy Lord Graa .'lil. l,-'l laars ? Kome and Nt Petei shu i ? the corni tanizi lion of ? published In full lu I uglish |i illaan or .1 i . e..II ? eula hus thro- h noon uer M du*, imm ni im ia**k, which they won bave Po* ; -. ol suppraaalug ric military re ni i ryp) au,.! reatoriug peace und order In thal ; . !.,, ii ma ump th force i ii..nus m i Hie presets it lon of public tranqulllltj . ber . 'ia Iran? ur wlttadraa lag ll .-as .!? ;*? the state of the country and the orguutntlon of proper nu.m. Har the iiialriten.-.- nr the Khedive's ? nil nr it. In du- meanwhile, the post al ire plan d '..iv . tbe duty nf glxfng ?'.un-, t ??? nea uring thal the ordi r ol factory cbsr . ' ' 1 ta .aiir ai, CIHICIi >*?* I. , , la. ell ll, lilli - ?'?/ Canal, ft rsi ly, on account of . ' ?:: by du- HrltUll r,,rr. - lu the I thi :: use nd lo ? ami, "tliii-t;-. ii,,. ?t ' ' ? ? tho I aii.c lare . im lite .'ll 1- alni lllllll,.!, I ll.li Igat Int! aaf lies, and tis lice,lom trom obstruction - of war, are msttera of iinpnrtenn r>* ndiiiltti d 'ii.n die ikltll -.I' dla can ii nn i.i ii ? ? J ri Iforial ruler nu I bi ii H. iii- unthoi ii, were In no tv.lt ll ta Of 1 ITH Iii pul iii..-a i for tbs l, llu'V il m. igrei uieiil to tin following effect might \tirii advantage ha" .nine ti hetweeu th* ttreat I ti it i ra, I,, a a, ii other uni kui" woul I ? lOaciiuenth be m i ? bul iii ? i rial -h.. i ? .? of all ship- in ant iii. lintel ? ships ra-iil remaining in tl id ic l' " 'I'- "!' mum!; lould be dl Til. ? a. Thai J mid take [place in the canal ur i's upi ? rc in tin territorial staters of Kay pt, even lu tbe ev* ut of .Turkey being ama- of the bel nfa. i i bal n- ulier nf tin rna. immediately foregoing eondl - : iippt inui. isures which mu. be nccesaarj for the ilefeuce n! la, pr i i.t** anj i'm ,i wi -?? ia. elsofwar happen ro do iiiiv damage to thc ? i bound to beor the in-; ot ii, I ni in*' li .te repair. . i nai I.L-i pi should take all measures within tts p.in a-1 toenforci tbe comlll >us in.st ou tee tmusic ot ? ht K >se|s thn lime of a ar. , ,t nu foi tlticatious should be er* ctcd on tee canal ur lo Ita s li laity. - iimr nothing in the agreement shall he deemed to ? or afleet tho territorial right* of tbe Hov* rniueul of I )'i't fu thi Hum ls then u expressly provided. MARINE INTELLIGENi /.'. SUM S II RB AIM. VAC Bmrla'a 7:0Q;aeta IO Bonrla'a -.:?'. Bom's age,d*ys SI Uh.ii ss sit!; IO I'S) 4 yt -s.uiatvlt.a?'*. 'J :(".. dev. |4-.i!i,i. ii ur ir."'I dar*. 4,*,; f.Jf.?saadrUook. 3:03 '...t is wit 6ii I HEED; .V STEAMERS OUR ll HUS PORT TO DAY. I ?',!'<. ' li.: i.nanm. .Hull .Wilson. .li.ui,Lui - White! mss. Hull . ('Bator...... _ AiiisIiti1.hu .Royal N.-tiu-rland i. .ma .Rotterdam.Roval Beth. I,nilen!..III. ... . Halli ral.Uil. .\ , I li A li . . i .li. .London.V attona!. sarspaj'a ... Cleufanoa.W Catalonia .Uverpool.Conara. Hann I.l .(JIBS 'lt .Anchor. Htateol (iciiigm .Olaagow .si i,.. Jan iirt-t.iii Antwan . .WhiteCrnas, Colon . .A spin wal I .Pacific MalL l .lt ul I: ic li na. ? li <t LlserpiMil. hanan. :-AI I" lt OA V. I Killi! Alt . t. Poi a, ni nambarg . Whits - roafl / i.mai ,ni Amsterdam. Neth-Amer?aa e. . nz. t inn I . ai,m, ip .Red Ular. Uai?affClty...... Bristol .Itriitoi * ity. SUMO Si. II HP.l Al'.Y 4. Oeseral Wenter .Bremen ....B.O, i.ior-i. I,.nu- Maniti-ti.i.l.iseri. .Peaser. Irln . I.lterisaiil. Viiiuii.il Kiliannie.livateael..is lute star. sni rri so se ivs. cn tr ur ni-:iv luna*; ... thi i.su.iv, BBB 1,1-,!. A KUI VCD. BtSSBBSr Ht l.anreni Ki , Deliiplniie. Huvre tl (lays, with mdse ami paaaaugrra I a Lnulade iii-idan steamet Vim en/" Kin iti , dal). cafliTo. Marseilles Lee M Me-siiia I'. Palermo .Inui). ?.1 dull till 1 ,'. it lill nude anil passengers to Phelps Bros A CO, Meiinci Am.il 11.ls , Iii .. I1IIT, Titeare lace lil. PiiTra* ?_?!, i liliu aai,t ?'.:. Siilincii Lin l liibruliar 7, tsuli malsu tn Law? rence, (Hie* S * Ta. vessel to Unger Hms >n .inui - Kii.tiinl.i-. ( .null, lin !un.uni. ( url'.I .in I Nm-. folk, "iiii m.:,.- .uni aaaaengers to Old Dominion Ha Co, ShlpOS dud ul IL nus t h k, Me . Pm Inglmi. I'la,(la 121 dina, willi iinlse to order; vessel tn Vales .1- Pm lei th ld. .-'?lilli AugU*1 a i.i .. i ,.-i,iii .1. xutwcip .'.o days, it uh empty hm lela tn aaraler, vessel in master. ship Hnha i ii. Ma.lis..ii. Havre HU data, In ballast (a) Thoms. Dunham's Ncphctv .1- * n. Ililli President TTnt?i li" i Nur-. Meignlil Innlqae HS duv*. St lill ll. I'.ile or *Otl* I a il I Ila gd .". ( il. VCSSI'l IO I Tl lilli. I al t e .1 ' a. Hana Wallan-. UcOonnack, Bantu inlet I i naya, with ima ora' Iii indei. vessel IO Jl.- Smith iV aaa Hug Minta tt a ska i Ital i, Marseille, rarrsgeasTO dar*, with wiin . i tc Ui nula * teasel ta a v Agnate. nu;.' vi iain* n( New iiat-ni. S|ieuiii, Demorara 18dara, with sager to ii Tiowbridge'aseaa aUMSUI ss uni j- s.,,!,!- iioo_, meSsnSa wvw, clear. At Litr l.laud, Hie (Sine. a I.MAHKI). Sleuiiirr Kur-al-V I Hr , runic, London 11 t-iiili-iNt.il Hr..,. steamer Benledltur). it'iss Antwerp lleiideraon lim hlaiiniii I'lplir.iiis itin. Keogh, BI Pierre Mail, di (..tv ii, I icm, eic lt ll Hm hunt ,-leiinii'i Ai i|aiilni, -lil' krui,I, Aspnisvatl. (sc-PaciTIc MM,1 s* co. Hieamer CUV al Wiishlngdiu. Itcviiolils, Havana and Meit aaa soi is- (' Aleaaodr* ,i- r-ou.a Ma- umi I'.u ia . Kn, A ri hui, sew (ii lean* I.von A Co, Hieamer Bauh tites, stevena, .Norfolk aad N't-tv port News, Vn-(llal l.lll'i'U >s Co. steamer SS joaiuui,'. i ita, ker, Philadelphia Win 1" Clyde A (Ta siriiiiiei Martha Stevens. Chane k south Ami.uv -J H Kleins. Htcuimr Ki.ia.iiiu.l. Miingiiiu. Portland?J V tines. Hteamur NoBtmie, Bcrrv, UtMSoa il K Duaoes. Bark -ea Klug (Ur . i'm in*. Liverpool p sv sUaoadi. Hark dild iNoi'. "tsen. I.iveiDool c I'otilas iv * a Haik lliuiiv.i inn . (a.i.ii-jii.i, calais, Kr Aiialiu llahlwln A iii Brig Ainerla'iis. Ma (Tiri , T iliihl.id -min ,s Sou. tull, llitioi III I, ( jiiiphcll. Iloituu?liattaiii. SS it .un ,t Co, SA I Ll.H. BIsaSBStfl Hiilllc, for Liverpool: sure aaf Nebroaks. (l'.??ow Klug* ti oas, 1...inion, Devon, lliislol: I usu, Ha.iiiuirg. Pie? ter dc ( niilntk. Anlaerpi Acapulco. Asplnwall, cuv ni Wash logion, VsraCntlJ Adena, Kiugitoii. i Hivaiiilotle.lllcUuioud. Uh lia illili. Weal Point, V.t, lilia, ts alan. Leitan. M.Ch-llali, llalllinore. slilp lt ll TTioin.ia, Yokohama, links sneklokke. sp inn, lnli..i.ii Kepler. Ilumhiiig Lynwood, Urt-meii. Lalee, Amain dum Sussex. Hiiuklrk, Pi tiaapo'u. Queenstown Ama mu. Monies hlcoi .Matthew llalnt. st Jago. Krig* Krautiaco Kellia:, (adlai Nets, RoaariO, Julianne, Cardenas. Alan sailed tia laaug Island Sound sleann is Kinn-aiula, for I'aiiliaiiil. Ncpiuiii'. lloatoii. ling Hector, llostou. HUB KLLA.VKOH-s. ship mack Hank men. Haealoop. at llienieu (rom Xow Voik, lw.t*uvau ot ber now during Hie naniago. usirgo I ? I ll III ________ TIIE MOVEMENTS OP ST KA ME RSI roRKioN Pi)ur*). LoxiX).-, Feb 1 Passed np the Channel-Steamers Darling? ton (Kn. Dalling, from New orleans Jan li), on ber way to meran:: Men ita eh (Ur), ?ear na, from (.alveston Jan 3, on er way to Bremen. Movillk, Keb 1.-Arrived, steamers Waidcnatan (Br), Meera, from Boston Jan HI. on ber way to Hiasgnw; Kt?iopla I Uri. Murray, from New-York Jan iu. on her way to Glasgow. DOMESTIC PORTS. Orkkxock. Feb 1-Arrtved, (teamer sarnia (Br), Lindall, Liverpool. IlosTojt. Febl-ArrlTeO. itesmeri Worcester (Br), Bite klniaop. Halifax. NS; Allegheny, Hallett. lialtimore: Komaa, Love.amt. Philadelphia iiiaiicu*, hearse, New-York. Cleared, steamers scaiidtuavian Dlr . Park, aiiasgow: Oaa Koberts (Uri. (leach. Ctonluegoi, City of Columbus, Wright, Savannah. PhilaHklfhia. Sch 1 -Arrived, steamer, t'ommoawealta. Van Kirk, New-York; setapla (Ur), .North, do; Hart, storer, t-,|d Marina. Cleared, steamer America, nows, charleston. siuieil. steamers British Crown, Liverpool; Porklomen. Cha-.iea Panther, Boston; Lanrait.tr. New.Bedford sante*, New-York. Ham wow*, Feb 1?Arrived. Meemar* Onlllernio (Span), L.i-/ inna, sagua. Ha(rtelrt iHr).-Benlpal. (Teared.steamers America (Her), Haheimanu, Bremen: Cia pa -vron Fr., do.le'lo, Havre; Blackttoue, Kent, Providence; I)'ll Miller. Clark, Boston Hailed, steamers OlenOcrvte, Oleufyne, Wlltou, B.ackstona ind '' II Miller. Chsblkston, Feb 1?Arrived, steamer Vlrjrlula, Crocker, Philadelphia. Sava.naii. Feb 1?Salted, steamers Wn.,d>iile (Hr), from [iaiia-toii hence via Newport Bews, for Bremen, Oats City, Boston. FOHEK'N SIUPPIV'J bOUMMt Feb 1-Ralled -Jan '27. Mater, for the BsBBWBM aa-on, for New- York; .fan .'tl. Assoraa, Douglass castle, .ha utter for Motile, Dunstattn.ige, for sandy liook;- Luce. M ii.e Haiaware. Amv?u--Jan 2?, Arcangelo, Commerce; Jan ll, BrteSa Princes, cynru*, Edward (VHrtcn, Harold Bnl?SM (QMS Bielsea), Louise (Capt Hansen., Marie (('apt Voa*), lat inst* Mn ADJiounrnmenM. Gletf.x Soap.?Tho best Lb thc worlii" Soothes, softens, beauttflea. ld: ii. rn Food CO., 74 tth-aye Vue. BnimmHl'B celobratod Cou^h Drops. Thc jennine bare A. ii. B. on each drip. LlNDROItd's ltiH'uiib cologne. For thick hoads, heavy stomachs, bilious nus?Weill' May Apple Mlls-eatUadie. 10 and 250. Two bottles nf F. v's Crana Bain cured thi wife.af d.n Inline Fremont, ex Hov an ir of Ardon i. au. aisn rwo Armv anil- er. stationed near lhere. They had tari? liiie.TUi, Applied by IlltluOiis'ci. For preserriBg tin* hair nnd liciii-ifyincr ft) when irr.ty nothing ls so SilfltfaCtn/ SS Parker's Hair Ballam* Henry a. Daniels, M. D., l ii Ladngtou-ara., sol aeon .' 'di n 1 i Itt ate Hoars.S to 1,ito 7, I stolon's, stselitir, Dumeiof *.ta Qi iiifo TTiinaijT argent ann nm nm* i .utls*. TKOI-ERs. (V av AVBBAOB MOBT MKS' WEAR OCT TWO PAIR OF TBOUSSBS TO OBI COAT AND WAl-T ( (- -. r KOP. PROOF OF THIS AMBBTIOB OBSKRVK. IP Vd' Pl BABB, I?fl BUB?1KB OF "FRINOK BOTTOM ' iltOI'SKIS BOW HK.lXd WOKN BY (iTHI I'.Wl-K WELL DKO-K.l) MIN. PXBRtJABT is TBA Mon lil SOB Al TiviTY IS TBS Wi NTL lt PANTALOON TP.ADK, AM) WE ARE PU! PIKED THIS YEAR Af* *B_ NEVER WI.RE BE F' - III". TO SCI PLY THE MEN ABO BOTS OK THIS VI' [MITT WITH TROl'-i.US AT LOW PB1CB? WE HAVE LITERALLY 'I Hui's AN HS TO PI'K I'HOM, A NH WU" HOI I TO IiAY,MENliONI.N'(iSpii I tl* LOTS, WB SAY THAT WBOKVflB HAS TO BEY rnocaaas bbotjlo avail oe ptca ri briary BAU V.TIATF.VEP. SUB YOU WISH To PAY. EX PE* T TO FIND KERK BETTER TROOSEL- TUAN YOL.EVEIl BOUOBT KORA LIKE al MO I NT. Rogers, Peet & Co., ?BX- A.so hoys o; rs in Elis 509-5 7.1 BROADWAY. N. W. CORNER PRIXJE-ST. ABBOimCBMBBT. *a*AIBBABKfl*fl( ALA .VAHl.ilorsE. :ill ii road wai. ness yuin; i_ldirARY 1, Issi. BBMBS. BO ;v,H?, PEET.*- 00. ? Wc san si v-'iir rssessl arslgfesi UMsrHi le. ottered by you ai presents lo January pur.h KMSS m ? ann retell de;i.u t-ut-nt and heich.v it-rtify Dial IM BsflSfSBlf BeiM ad. Burean aud two Chairs.with --piing BsA Mattie.s. Kol-n-r and two Lil iona, lagaten alt* all car,'.* ned la asUsnteal Boes ttelirh. 181 poui,il. IS ounces. The W,T ci (liam] Plano, to.-etlicr ss-.th all i ard* used in es. tiniatliig thereon, weighs 781 P tattam tte ounces. Hu" side; si rt UT" ami Mahogiiny Cii-e. together vd th all .ards used in estimating the;cam, -mgh, |gg pounds? o .mci's. FAIRBANKS A CO. THE FOLLOWING AR. THE N EA RE.-T EST I MATESl On Chamtier sot: SSS pounds 10 ounces By Ai thur iiodiiaiii, il Baal r-stiiat. on Welter Piano: 761 pouuds-By E. (leorge Beta, HunttT's I'olur. L. I. Du siivsi'Service: 160 pouudi 7 ounces-Ry J. J. Pullen, BBS Broadway, mid A Nsuvillat, IJ I.tspcuird ?., who ill) il.n.ie owuorihtp forthemieis. i. 8V CATARRH CUP A USO LIT ELY CKKTAIM. SAVE STEAM. rm; LBAOIBO non condi* T; so material ko ii (OVKRl.NH ALL KINDS OF HEATED BUBBAOBB, ) Ugkl clieiip, fireproof, durable, emily upi, uti Indorsed by le nilli".' lU.llllHai'lllllTS. clunie**:,, fl." Ut lui for circiil.ii*. or apply al uiflre, tt. t KOAH-ST . N Y. FOSSIL MEAL CO., Al IU ST I41ESK am* OTTO d LOCKE, -ole Proprietor*. OFFICES TO LET. Suitable for LAW, IXSUIUME and Bl-SIIfESS OFFICES. A tew iel. of two anal dire.- weil-h-?t- . i, ititiraol* roo* lue new wing i>( THE TRIBUNE BUILDING.