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\%m W ZoZxt. \ N* 13.334 JNfiW-YORIL SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1883. PLUCE FOUR CENTS. mt:?. Tflt GRAKIiE STATE BURNED THE FOSS OF LIFF HOT YET DETERMINED. gCfomat I'OoDsprEi.'a i.a\din-c,-?okh;in" of the HAMES UNKN.WN-PAMC AMONG Till* PA: SIN? GERS. The (steamer Granite Btate, whir!) runs Wtsveen this city nnd Hartford. Coin... W?8 deastroyeil bj Hiv al 5 o'clock jeatei*day i.iorniiHr, while -^proaehiaff the pier Rt Good ?peed*! Issinilmg. forty-oae ssUeefro- Hiftfortl. Tlie flii.ins sin.?;..! so wpttUj that lotWBi wai Have... A I'iinie ci.s.H-1 minmi* the pnsseni:.'I-*, an.l .....st ,ini.(..ijm.ii..'?l into the water. ~N loss ot lite is not known, us thc list of llio-v 00 board was dc-troyed. Ti.t- bodies of three pasaeas have heel found. Ko one was ablet'. give a satisfactory explanation of the Oirigia ol' the lite yestenlay. SCFNFS OH TIIF. BURNING BTE UIEE, lllVTKl.K'iltAl'II TO TIIK ililli!tai CooDsri-ri) Lanius.;, Conn., May 18.?Fef the? se fin I timr- "-.illili) a v.i.i.tbis i-lr-ie was to-day tito m?m of a Btaaatbual disaatar ea thc Connecticut Kiver. On tin- lift occasion the Slat* of New-Yoik, thu af tha Hartford ami New-York aMcain beat Ceaipaav, ?"'ik la the river aim,.st eptsoetta here, snd the lifo el ens df li,r i i-csv nm lost Tli ? iininiiiiu the Granite stat.".f i in-s.iii" line, linen -reorganized as The Ni iv Voil; ainl Hartford Tr.tii-spnrlatinii Company, was iinmcl within eight of the town and au un kmisvn aaaiher "f lives warn lust. Hi" ('tan,tc Slate ss.i.s au old Steamboat, lint ono tf tim staunchest of the line, and lier sus goini Bjaallties arers spoken of bight* l,y nil sitil,,rs oa Ute Sound. She left New-York at 4:15 p. m.. on I bur day, with a vain. nliit- cargo, and between lilts and a hundred pas* -angara, ssoet of them bound fer Hartford, At ali'in twenty minutes before B a. m. to? day, while tins whistle w..* .sounding for tbls landtag, tbs baggage-master, svho svas about te ci.li the paaeengers ss lia ss ere te disembai k her.', detected lire oa u.e nutiu di*ek forward of tbe boiler. A quarter of an hour lieflira tbe boat had stopped at Hadlyme and disciiarged freight, Cap? tain Dibbell waa in tl nc. Male Ross wai at bra post: a iln/in dc i.-hi.iiils s;it around the lmiii'i* on the main deck, se; there was no suspicion cf trouble. Mo-) ot thc freight in Ibe fnrsrard part af the boat had been removed. on t he a ft er .|''vi ti? wetesiored barrels of petroleum and a burgs lot al fireworks, a tine fuel lor lire, whleh ankaawa to all was at ibat time ealing its ss.'v eal ol the [inward bulkhead. Wh.-re lbs tire originated nobody knows to-day, fbi inni* f..r Investigation was uot given. When tbe disitivei'v was made the Granite state w.is ss bin twominnteaof ber landing, for sshieh she ss,is kept headed. Fm' I'e nett tell Blluates a scene of terrific excitement ensued. The mate art'se, rasbad forward and, summoning the deck-baada, manned the bees and -tarted Hie steamer's pumpa Thu baggage-master alarmed tho cliitinlori iiinl. Mrs. Lo.ksso J, iv im aroused tbe wowan passel ge - lo the alter cahiu. Only a few strokes of the powerful paddles and the I...at univ, d a!.>i)gsiti? of 11.1 ? ar us rf, hut by that tims the wind had faaned tin* Hames late a farinas I'ia/o and lil 1'<1 th.- Btaieroohi hali with a daaae smoke. Thrtiagk tins frightened passenger! came poatina on to .',, ck aiingling there svith a party of <lei man iiumi praiits who had been sleeping. Captain Dibbell and tue deck-hand** tnaiiai-ed lc get out a line amid? ships and secured it to si pile on the whart The paddle-wheels caine to a slop and tho engineer opened tho valves fal thc BBcape Ol ali am to avoid Shs daages af a boilet axploalon, and the inhab llaatS of Fast lladilaia earns lushing (Iowa the higli hanks to crier -ut cor to the. distressed. Fbb tnle was Bewiag strongly and the boat wai un? manageable. Uer Losv swung out ami it became plain that the pasatingllTB. huddled in paine-stiicken Croups on tho deck, could not reach Fie wharf save from the si rn ..r hy leaping Into the water. By this time the 'lame-, ware roanug all over the deck from tbe paddle-Obxea to tbe steaa. A More malted alt and leaped on to a email ferry-boai thai had been cut I'M ami swung into p.ace. A score mme 'amped ns, il,,,,nd sud weis eaagbt un Irom tbs whari and banks ny villagers ami lisle mien, ssith the aid of poles, boat-hooks uud uara CHI SUI H UV ll.IH.Il III) Hulls, s. The beat beciime intense. In great leaps the lira ti ok pcsjscssiuu of tlie boat's decks and. in thc ni Hist of the climax of terror, a herd .of hortles broke loose from the lastcuings on the forward deck and came darting among the panic-stricken paaseagera ann now. One of thc Geiinau svomeii stood ni the middle of the crowd clasping bel baby. .She went down bsisrs tho rush of let-rifled animals, ead was picked up und dragged dil Um barning boat with lur face crushed in by an iron-shod hoof. She eaves saw l..-r babe again. Ju three minutes the lla.n.s bad enveloped all of the boat forward of the wheel-house. Tho hawser which brid Ihe boat to the sv half bad parted, and slowly turning in the stream, tbe Granite State drilled with tbe tide halt a mile and grounded oil Lord's Islam), in ten feet of water. As she went down Ihe dream Richard Lane, a Strong-armed li-h. niian. poshed ont in u s! iii and rowed after ber. Hearing cries boss ber bow. be rowed forwaid and found Ibailt-e CsOSBon, ssheelman. clinging almost exhausted with -;ii fei.ed linger-, to the iron shea!hil.'* around the stern, just above the water. He diesv him into the boat, and thea braded t'tward abate a line gray horse that was swimmingup strtam. Captain Dibbell and tome of tba hands ss ho had remained on (ii-ck bad als.) lowered a boat ead were a?a looking for passengers in uistresH. Shouts irom the wbnel h,nise directed attention th're, and they found. sitting high on Ibo buckets, bul dTSBi lied and exhausted, a young man nai.t Clirtord 1.. Main, of New-Havea, lo whom Ihe tenor of los own snuntion was height? ened by grief at ihe i,,ss of one who had beea a vile to hun for little mme ti an a dnj. He wai tahea iato the beats aad the laat naeas of theda*) was aceoinpli.slieil. Hardly had the boat pimhed efl from Hie wreck wheil a steam pipe, burst, bli.wmig out the planks from the side of the si ss. I.ami almost immediately altei wards a deatsning fuatlade irom withiu mid that the tinmen had reached the lircwuiks. For boan the blazing wreck smouldered anil smoked, and when the sun went down a lew shanad bsassa. portions ol the ir htrl him sos, tl.o Mnn.e-fuLiKi ami the walkiag-beaiu, soppoftad by Hs non fr.ime and piston rods, maned, like aa us hf skeleton, os.e of tbe most picturesque spois kiioisS on the Connecticut. THE LOSS OtP LIFE I'XK.VOWN. How many lives were lost cannot be stated (l-Iiiitely to-night, for there has been thc greatest carelessness concerning the rec? ords, 'fha register was burned wnh *?.Ih the boat, and it is not the custom ot the line to leave duplicates at either terminus. Thc clerk was aroused from bis sleep bv eries, and jumped overborn.! alter -(rasping papers m,t? i . ,tuouBht contained names, but they eTeru I'' i" *4,"*hbw. Neither captain, mate, num., r , *__?"'"??""I will l.aza.d a guess at ll.e "int v . K.-T-.". WL*- *0*'1* 9fmt4St\ J here ns ? er J >u .g L^i" thp '0Mof three- the wife of the se "ml ?_fi ***___? *-****-**-*i irom the wheel, tl. I second cook V- i i*" irom the wheel, Um ?M ihe usmiu Uui __-***?.? *"?* ** ??"-'-? passengers ,\?? H-iiug,*,,. >M 1)tliv ,,u, waaesen__>_7t_r?~ -?? "-out u.ati who ba..tem,erau.?ap^^ ami the __kassmUMttEunffi___l?0'<'a **w ?'**,u fiom men and \l7'flC111* ?-"?? 'or help. StBI s asigj bal! _C?^?_,-*li ^ro.n the ai all,-?isBaiaaUsa Min___, l",j , ,,it,- 'ut thatsrve,-'.as.v',igersw?re8,u^^ ,U ", fe*?^?> Sad then b?u... burned w.lhtb, bul.'' 'V ft" __??* lu tue BaSBS thus tar evitlan.., ..i ?" ?.f l,'e bout. ^"enS^^tf IN water is lorty ki *_*???"?' **? ?barf tad ihTlL S swllflT. An hour and a ijUiii ter of work resulted in Qnding tbe body ol the second ciiok. There wai a deep cul ever the right eye. svliii fa the physicians said had been reci iv. I before <ha!ii. In all probaliilitv he, ten, had bean trampled npon by tin* maddened bornes. Por rear hours more work was continued ssitlioiit saceeas, and then the bo.lv of Mn, Main wai brought lo the sunaee. she sea a rather comely young woman, age twenty, daughter of Henry Mead, tbe rown Clerk of North ford. New-Haven County, On Wedneeda*1 night she was mari led to flirVord F. Main, a drik in a nu it market in Ness '-Haven and svent to New-York to spend Th.in-day. They intended swine: heme fruin Hartford tb ja morning bnl instead, the young mau acooinpanied her corpse home this . vening, 'l'be story that Mr. Main told at the Station while waiting for a train ssas peculiarly affecting. Ho said: "My svife was Ida li. Mead. We were m Tried night before last and were on our isac berne. 1 was lying awake and drcs-aed a sheri lime before 0 o'clock, and had just ask- (I Ida if nbc did not want to no mit on the deck, when I smw sun ike ci ime into our state-room, ss lin ii wm number 00, and wm forward. Wc got up ...ni went ont on deck. iMwaobedyiu tbs cabin nnd beard no alai m. We came out, ou ihe bow and lound the lire raging and the heat landed. Wt* tried to gel back lo the stem ot the li,ml. but the passage ssas cut oil and wc bad tn give ii up. 1 threw ms* Si.tcli(l ovi'il.oaiil, iimi lila noticed the hawser, which ran from boat to tho wharf.'' DETAIL8 LEARNED IN THIS CITY. WHAT WAS SAIIlI AT Till' Ali KN Fr OH KKK-Tilt; VKS ML AND BEg CAIKiO. C. C. Goodrich, tbe general agent of the Hartford Transportation Company, wbo wm in Hartford at the lime of the burning ol the steamer, received tins statement as peri of ti message bom Gtmdspeed Landiug, by telephone, at Hartford: "No one hurt; no one lost; tbe baggage saved; boat snd cargo will be a total P ss.*' Acting on Instructions, Mr. Goodrich ci.uie io this city nt once to secure, if pos? sible, another boat for the line. Neither fiom Mr. Goodrich nar trout tin* agents ia this etty, Meeara Saxton an 1 banbury, could any informal ku. n saiding thc psrsmnsjers on the Granite Btate bs obtain'' I. Mr. tseabnry said: " We keep no list of passenger! ber*. They purchase their tickets on tbe boat, and the record is kept there. Nor have we any bills of biding: those un- taken charge Ol hy the clerk on tbe boat. To keep pasMnger lists bare v (nhl make au additional clark aeceaMry,and thatwoald be an additional expense, snd make a difference in the div idi ii''.s.v Daring tbe day neither Mr. Goodrich nor Barton A Peabnry received any telegram -regarding the loss i 1 life in Ihe I oat, and they uni th.it then s,,lo knowledge oa that poial came through tbe new-. papen. Mr. Seabnry stated that there bad been nu inqutriM by friends of tbc passengers In thii city. Mr. Goodrich said tbal tiieio were about fiftyone. Mogera on las beat, and that ber crew numbered forty-seven. Captain D. A. Dibbal] WM ia command of the Granite State H? lives mi linton, Conn, is mar? ried, mid hits I.-.ii on the line for about twenty years. Tbeengincei was George Lasher, ol Hat t ford, a ii an about si xis* yeal - old, and his son Finns sv.is ass'stant. The tii *?t mute was David Foss, of Good* speed*! Lauding, snd tbe second mate wm Jeremiah Flynn, ol this eily. 1 he colored timk, Jai keon, je? ll, ried to bo binned to death, w.is a single uiai), about thirty-one vears old, and had only recently been employed on tha boat. Ile bad bru .rn the line before. Mrs. Plyan, tbc ssiie , i Uta sec? ond lillie, received a telegram saving, "I am nil right." furn: ber husband, from Hartford, at 11*20 a. m. The metal ge WM -ent Bl ll o'clock. I he carun, ace onling to Receiving Clerk Bniith, ,,,i-i ted of twelve horses, eighty barrels of kero? sene oil, a lara;e amount of cotton for Middletown, Conn., tabacco *-t<>iiis for fertilizing purposea cms, merchin, li-", vegetables and fruits, all worth about 110,000. Regardini the eighty barrels of oil, Mr. Goodrich saul: Wc hare a special permit from Se. rotary Folger allowing .'i.s to (airy eighty barrels oJ oil on the guilds eft the wheel, the test nol tobe below 1"><). I his oil did imt ta'.e tin-, bal ssa, ell thrown overboard ini.e minutes after the Ure ssas discovered, 1 in* in- i,i.ike om 150feet froin where timon was." Tbe Granite .-tate wm built in I8M i>> Samuel Bueddeu, lireeuport, F. 1. she wMrebuill lasl tain lei by ('. A R. Posl ton, ol Brooklt u, ami new Inti i.-rs ss. ir put m. 1 bc ifesmer i nsi originallj gloXI.000, and wan valued at *-'7."i. ono. The insurance, fir. anil marine, ia fl40.000, the vessel was a side win dei, with oue smoke-stack, bbs sy.i> "*91 'ct long, 40 feet benin, ami "s f, ct hold. She had 59 Staterooms, und could carry 160 parnanga***. Mr. t'oi..lii( I. and Keceiviog Clerk Smith endeav? ored to Secure a boat in this city ycstcidny lo tills. the place of the Granite Btate, lue former wm Dually told by tlie agent oi the Stonington Line that he could probably .hatter Um City ol New-York, which woold amve in this .iv tins inci mug. Al ts n. m. to-day Mr. Goodrich ss.ll maka known definitely whetbsi th.-ctv ot New-York Mn be obtaiued. if tiieur rangomenta arelmade tbe boat will be pal tm the line on Mond.is, aud will leave tho pier al Peck blip at 4 p. m. 11m boat which has alternated with the Granite Btate la thc Laura, chartered ir..m tin* bndgepoii Fine, w hi, li came in s (ste.day mon.mg ai 7 oiloek. Bbc passed the Granite Mate oil ran Ik* nei s lslaud at 10:27 p. m. on Thur-dav. The Lama left the city tor Hartford at -I p. m. yestenlay, and ssili return at 7 h. m. to-inorrosv, going limn Hus eily again to-morrow at 4 p. ia., thus making a Bunda** trip. I lure will be no lion f on lite line leaving the cit v tins afternoon. The City ol Hartford, thefor*aer alternate boat of the line. is ii ss being repaired and rebuilt at Noak, Conn. Mm will be fin tabed about June 1. 'Ihe Laura BMan while mil lake lui place. The City of bpringfield, ? limit fm merly ran (ni ihe same line, ssas lound to be too laige lor the Sound traffic, and it now plying in the Noi i li Fiver, bctsvecn ibis city and KotiUout. 'in fi FIRE HE COED. LOSSFS IN BROOKLYN. A fire broke on] about 0**40 p. aa. last evening in ihe I Bl IS) SI SQ lu :i I. mind,nu extending tr.un Nu. 30 in IK*. Keiit-HVi'., Ilmukiyn. which ls owi.ee and occupied by wiiiiii.u Bchrader as a ktadllag-weod lactory. The flumes spread to Ihe otlii es aud stables of thc Kaleb OT bookar Im Osmpaay. sijoining tho factor., ami ts Ihs coal sheds of (i. I. lotti (i's coal jHrd lu the rear. The kludltng-wood faetia-y wm daatToysd. and ihe lots wan estimated at t*li),(*oo. lt ls fully mamari. Tbsstables an.l lila, ksuillli "ho,. Ol ih.- lc! rou.pa.iv were Ue.lioj cl. Tucooinoaay's loss wssestimirted at ?1.>,chj0; nniy u. sured, liie io.s ,,it O. I. Totten*! it?as anti coal na sit,o)K); insured lor $2,OOO, lim SCIgM oi tue flic is un kLOWIl. _ _ A LIVERY BT-B-I DESTROYED. Ha-beit's livery stable, in Thiiteeiith-st., (.'oiirge Petal, took fire yesteiday afteraoon sad waa toiallr ilei-n (ly.sJ. The lamags will aiuouut to more Ulan.* 1,900. _ ? ? Jt.R:." D( SS ACQUITTED. Chicago, May ls.?State Attorney Mills de? livered his siestas speech tor the prosecution In lue Dunn mal to (I.iv. Js lg! Mmltb tlieti chanted the Jury. Tho jury retired at 1:4*1 p. m. At feM they tiled iu, sud a verdict ol not guilty si ns snnoiisoaS ihe news af liiiun'B acqiiittal tpteatl rapist!) lu ail dir,-,, ti.un, hia li leads ruuuiug along the nun ts aboitlugtbo remit. SEEKING A DIVORCR ASD ALIMONY. WAlKKhHA. AVis., May IH.?Mrs. VV. B. Hanni, before luarrlnKe Mr. Jim plune Gihl,a,has brought suit for a divorce sad alimony. Tbe complaint i.>iiu that Mr liueon is w..rlh 99*79/1*70, aud has *d annual in come of !)>23,O(J0. It farther alleges that he kept a wo? man in the bouso ui.drr Um Slagnias of aaasahesaar. Mir ilefeiulant ls ntlj-rgien yean old. Ile waa boru In ?w York (Stets ami niBiiii-.l Miss l).iln Knick wall In Nesr-Yoik lit**, hui she un il ni IHSO, ann l.e iinirne.l s\v?. (iiiifie, his i,r<s*nt w.it. Kaicou has beeu ia ibe Wisconsin Lrgn.ature. COLLECTOR DITTY ASD TUE PRESIDENT, Baltimore, May 18.? The Day this altar* iu.oiii.ivs: " Colonel Ditty, Collector ol fataraal lo-ve mic of thia district, who was last week Mspe .ded bf tua ITcsldtnt aud s uew appointment ni?sd*e, bass writer) a letter to -'resilient Arthur reviesing bis caye sn.. p<.!n*, l.if clearly to the SSasi or bu removal. He Hiowb Ubi the oftlce hes lieen conducted In ihe best possible mstmer i?.-?Tt.,..." u.i.ler Bk. e.nnn.l. and in prooT of ibis tie f.-iVlo^re^efWBim'^**? Kaum, wboraieii aaXu^"?n^f^SS tn Sa oounuy. Colona! j Dlttv says that his lameness hus tint kept him fruin till I'ftuc. ns he has not luie-e-.l ?il,tv," NEWS FROM WASU1NQWN. COMMISSIONER I.AFM's BUCCE880B. AN* AI'I'HINTMFXT lo UK MADK To-HAY ?SILAS B. PCTCIII fl LIKELY T.) UK NA Ml*. H. iur iblb(ii.siii to nu. rataoae.1 WashinhkiV .day I)*.-When thc hour for the Cabinet meetluf arnvei to-day it ssas found that Secretary Polgei had not yet made op his mini] as to wbota he ought to reeemmrnd for the Internal Revenue ( omtuissionersbip : therefore, the appoinf meiit ss ill not he made until IO -morrow. The belief that thu unexpected delay was due to the results of Judge Folger1! <|iiiet investigation of the record made hy Mr. Tutton, when he was an officer of the Internal Revenue Sei vue se? en or nuhf years aim, is sapj orte.l hy something stirngi r than mere infer? ence. No budy now seems to expect that be will be appointed. 1 here is very good reason to beliese that the pros? pe. ts of the appointment nf 8, B. Datchet have greatly improved stace yesterday, and there is now a f..ir probability that ho will he oommtssiooed Ranm'ssuccessor, Tobe sure, tbecehMbeea some talk to the eliei i that Secretary Folger'* regard for Mr. Dateherls netmweram it was before lbs canvass f..r the gubernatorial noni mat lon last j*( ar, when Ihs latter exerted all his influence in fervor of ('os ei nor Cornel I's re noni in af mn: but .Ind pe Pel ger's nat generally regarded Ma maa of aa nafoigiviag disposition, liesides, it )s barelv possible he may now believe timi his best friend.'; svere not those who svere tnost active in securing hi- own tiounina tion. At ant rate the appointment of ComlmisaioBei is saul by well-informed penens " io ie*t between Mr, Dutcfier and another man '?whose identity is notaiecleaed. AOevarameat efDcialvf eoeslder aiile promiaeaca did mention the name of *? anothst man," win., he said, is ** very Itrongly harked for the place;'' but ba did so under the atrougest ia* junctions of Mersey, Hotboughl tim appointment of tins iiiio would baa Braal stroke ol isoliey, al tinnigh in- frankly admitteil that it would probably be ** severely criticized by some of tho newspapers like Im- '! ih ni-sk." I mi i "i I't eui' il would I.e. und probably it won ld M eondamnee by erny fi .en.! ..t tbe lats President. General Haem's successor will be appointed to? ni..now, bs Controller Knox's temporary appoint? ment still expire cn Sundi.', and the omeo ii rac sshieh cannu! ve rs' well I" allowed to rem;.in vacant even foi s single dav. lt i* is i>- a -en ably safe tn predict thal Mr. I in te ber will be pele.te.I. it 11 limn; li if is reported thal tbe pur pom nf Senator Conger's visit to tbs White Hourn to-day wm tn arge Ihe appointment of cx-Rcpre sent..use Burrowa of MU blaan. Later.? lhere is a .pm, late ti.is svening lbs! Collector Marshall it I'd.ike, of Ibe Second ".'??*. "inri, jlistncl .a l.k. iv to succeed Oeneral Rant Mr. Blake hi. nut hitherto been publicly rnen* tione,I asa candidalnfor th'-ollie: int he may be the "other man,'1 whose name ii withheld, li io the probability of Ins appointment would appear U) ls lair. _ MORE CnARGEfl BI MR DEZENDORF. .nv ?tri BOB sin lu l Bl t"BIBI KB Wasbirotok, Maj 18.?Ex-Congrsssmsn Dexen dorf makes another sp . ?? inspecting tbe use of the Navy Y.ml patronage of Norfolk for political pui BO es. Ile uss. tts that on or about Mayl, two men ? ? 1st ci is and I lu u upson - iseri* appointed -lore I n bor? ers i.i tbs equipment branch of l he Harv Yard; thal they race ri :'-' 76 pm daj each; tbal the* bavi not squill a day at work in 'he j.i ul ranee the.- stn., appointed, bnl thal they have b, .'i Very busy iii! the tlni" going about Ni.ri. .Ik County it tending political meelina! s*nd electioneering* against ths regular R , . county ticket. Mr. Dexandorf sum aaserts that on the 12th tnat. William Rider, foreman of the equipment branch of dc- Navy Vard, ssas luspendrd "for -.saut of funds to pa* him for his servici**.." Mr I h'iendorf*s complaint i*_tbat, while no mona] ean I"- bad to pay men wbo work, there appears tobe Bannah to pay tbe wases ol men wbo are miraged in milking a political tai,sum against the Rcpul lil .rn ticket. SECRETARY POLO ER lo MR. M1TRI If Wa-.iiim.ihn, Ma) IB. -Secretary Folger lute wrlttea a letter to M r If arch la relatkia n. ike lavestl 1,'atioii ot tlie Suiurrlsln - Arcuit . . say. ; If ll ls shown thal lhere I- ?.nv paper la ni -t.nee In any pigeon bole in tlc. bu!1.liny .il,an I- j,r ip. i f,,| you to neve, it caa aud ab all be produced l; parrs imso lieen wilfully destroyed show u. ihe malefactor and b< will be removed . . If there la any person le th. imt.,( Hu-1 h.v. rumen) hi tu in .sn. Heps' reen! wBo caa be aaed sa a witness, I Mve tbe power in pro .im, uno bator, nc <? ? in nut to.-, if there ls sar person in bb*) otii-r depart?enl vf tbe Mei ernoMnl a be eon be .ned a. u wune.s I tim,, tua.' tbe bead . f tint depart men! will at ii lum to ii,,,n .r i. ',,., : i.- , ,,i,,ii,ii ee .. . . vsii.iti-ver |.ers,ii i. un. tiM'iei it,.-... .ot sppoistee ls en? tirely free from saj obligsUos t.. respond io un ,i, ?aud or reqneat to appear aa a wi mesa, nm I have no power to rom pel in. sttendai i e amt no aatbor iv lo piy Bim ll be Boee volimlarlly. 1 m. BMWere j our direct Inquiry, but ll ls oiilliiurlly Hie ca-e lt,at I! ls e. un aine.it .mi |,,u> tillable for Ott?SM tO collie bet.,re BUJ ? ,,1111111-....n ,111 powered to Investigate aa abuse, tbet are very rea do so, ami lt ls quita nerta? (dat If Hie witnesses cannot come tn tb. i'oiiiiiii.?inn 1 Save tba po*"*r to nlreei the Coinmtaston to go int., their vielaage and in.iii tbelr ki? hi n where lt will M easy for the witnesses to attend. Ultimately, if ueCSMSry. (Ult ran b. resorted to. THE AKMY AM) NAVY. Wa;*iiin'<.t.js, May IB.-?Genera. Dram and Colonel I.a'I rei 11. urti this mont,na ir in T ia- lin v fun iel to Hilary att.it rs 1.1 Texas In a flout isl. m.,' 1 ni,il it nm. Secretary LlaeoJ 1 to-slay NMetVsd t.ie report ol Sa laveatlgatton ot the uffiirs of Parameter Wassea, itu? lle ? nilling o?OBI lu Itu.. Tbe aupennteodeut, Mouated Eteorultlas Service, ita. i. sn ordered to cause fifty recruit! te ne prepared .Hal IOI si,.ni. 'I un.ier properi lia: f. lo 1 '..rt ."ninty, Neb , fe. BssiSaOtueal to lbs i iitb ? .r. airy. lin-nt. 1,ii,in el leave oi abeeoeeos seeoani of mi nest gi.ii,i.-.l Posl (imp am <nai..s M. Blake, lulled States Army, August 7, lHS'jLbus beea still lurthsrsx tended until I* rem lie i il, l-s:., on seeounl of slcsneaa Balor sviiiiain A. Marie, Ordnaaea Department, but b,e? appointed in eel as inpeetoroB earl mi uiedieal .mil In.spiial property on baud al Augusta Ar.c.ial, Ana,ma, ..a. la-are ut alis?*iiec for mi months, to take effect on or about June .'.. i--.(, bas been evented i ,,it i.ieuienuut Wilburn M.,tim it). Bli senlu Infantry. l.i'.ivr .,f sbeenea i.n four tinnitus, to take tiffi*)! mi or about August l, lHHii, bus besu granted saooad Lb e* t.-m.iit Albert L Miiis, i-'nsi ( svalry. By (liretiioli nf Ilia Meei et ari of SV.ir, BpOB tbe miHiiii! application or tbe nib,,-n eoBeerned, ibe following irasari-ra Mve beea male; Hajoi -nunn snyderfroni tbe J... ionia Infantry io tiie lilli, latent! . , Ma|o. Davin Braus from tba liitii Infantry la iii. ?even tb iiiiiutr. .si.ii'.r Snyder will report u. tha>l ommandlug Ueneral I).-],.nun.ut of n.ikuis fur ia-wlgasMai to * ala, l'i). 1-iis! I.ieiitemint Jair.es O Mackey, riilril fayslrv. ti -44 sci sui,; Ul tue li, pallin, ul ,,l At /a,Hal, bal BOM eniereil to proei i-a lo ),,iii troop li of Int iegin,rnt. to ?tin,ii be i.aai irecnllj b>eu prow,Ucl, at rmi Leaven v.nilli, Kan. Lieu eu.nt .lames M. Totten has been ordered lathe Miiiiieania on tbr 1st istJaos) Passed Asstataal in lin,.! J,,lui li. lord lo du. j in tue liu.e.iu ..I otcsiu Eagtaeertag. WAKllFMl'ION ROTE* Was. uno ii is, 1 ii,! ny, May lg, I8S3. A (ins.-i. ConSOI?TS IS Mn Vi.iiK lt ls under? stood tbat ii Chinese Consulate mil be estsbllsbed In New-Yolk (ily will,m ilia i.i il in., . i t?i. .- ni . ., I'awm r Mi.) hm;.?The Cabinet meeting to-lay was attended by all tbe numbers ei ept Secretary 1'rellnir Itii.t a.ii. I be Hc.sinli una Irs. lu nt an lin il ni dilikliu.i. No burmah of Imp. I lance w.is HsBSailtSd Aiioiin.Ms in inn Stab Roora Tai al?Mr, fageraefl begun in. ad,lr.-sfl to Hie H'ar Boote |ury this morn mg. lb..un room was wei ili.r.i alta spectators, tneludli.g a n.uni" r of ladlee Mr. l.igi'i.u.i baal L,,t coin iu Iud wheu UM Ooart iiljouiiied. TnAIiCSIAiiKS in SwtTXam tNli. ?Citizens of 11-cJI'iill'i Matee caa here*.Her. tv son'orattna, to the rcgnlatloes govern.ag tue lurdaet, reeelva ina same protection la switzerland regarding their tri eiiiarks hs do the BttlSSMOf ti,a! Han i ii uitni. ILUUMS HoseiTii. Saavtea -guise >ai Mi Ier, W'rtn.in a.ul (I'.'sa-av, ',' fa.; .Marine lIoapllBJ .-. : 11, ,?. !.. b, .i. sp| Oii.I.tl a c 'lii.nl-.ai in lo ex ann in- :-uli tldsb 4 for ad.i,La m. tate tbal ? rvlee. lue 1-4.?fflftles will ret In ibis stty as iii- Bf iii >u*i, VsiiisitKY 'ni. liKitinii*. IkntsiBtjrolgs 1 lissdsoliBu" to rsfsr t. UM Attorney Qaasral for an apia) >a nie anea* tlon o' tua '-.sui nt peraoai to rijini. wblskay iro-o NewpotrVMswB, Va., lo Bern da ami then re-tu.port tba lame either for launeelais cs .samptlCB ni foi ?iora>xo u. bouued waac: asT '.,r .bise y *ars. AhsDiitTi^.-i ur I'mmw Arsit Tai hash c.* ?Thi pay- \ !i'Ss-.bi? ?'b. served ls tha Vales .rms dart ag ita wert j sud h ho as now vi.in.ig nils etty, completed their j vasama sigso'Sutton las! evanias and pte--arai, a sir gular nf levtta.iun to me remain.er .,( lb-- p ?><> tm s 1 riuB' : mea*lNisaf theeerps whearsssai at ItaelM nnuuai.i a.e. ii:.a Ii A'laj'it. .,? ii. at taps M .. j FOREIGN NEWS. INTFFFST IN THK I ISHKI'IFK EXHIBITION. FdMidN, May ih.?Tho iaterest la the later. national Fisheries Exhibition is un reusing. To? day Prioeess BsatriM ead the children of the Duke and Daeheeeof Edinburgh wareaaMogthe visitors. 1 hey were intiodiiced to the C'uinmi^siouerH iu eharge of the American and Canadian departments, iiml I opeared to be nim-h interested iu thc exhihits in both af those annexes. PLOTS AGAINST THE LIFE OP THE CZAR. FoMms, May 1***.-A dispatch to tho Central Nesvs Agency from St. PetarehOTg "-ays the police nf that city have hren informed of the existence of it plot to frighten the horses of the Czar at Home favorahle opportunity (luring tho procession at Moscow on his coronation day, and in the confusion windi would te doab! fellow to kill tbc Emperor. Br. I-KiiRHirito, May lh.?An officer of the Fri van Regiment ssh.) svas recently ari estell on mi*> pii?ion of halag engaged in B revolutionary move? ment iran subjected te B severe examination, during sshieh lie mentioned, tbs names of several officers of the Quards who, he declared, belonged to B revolu? tionary slab. Hs stated, however, that the club pursued .special ol.jectw.aud had no connection with the terrorists. The ('/.ar on learning ol' this eenfee sion decided to postpone the date ol bis coronation. hut was dissuaded from so doing. A number ol officers of the Quards bave been arrested in cooee* qucace of tbe prisoner's disclosures. A REBEL VICTORY IN HAY TI. Advices receive.I hy the steamship Aline, Captain Hughes, hi regard to the revolution in Hay ti, Stats thr I'a i zn ifni- hus been obtaining help from some nu lt non u quarter, Aline wm engaged by the (ins - eminent to convey arms and ammunition te Miragaone which wm at thal tims in a Mute of liege, A gnat battle teoh place on the norning of April 27. Barsalene slaughtered the Government troops nm il liny ss cte I.d lo ? ?-11?1 a flagol truce. ssking fora suspension of arms to bury tbe dead. I ss.. Government veswls Mme in ne ir shore to ren? der aeai-tanee lo their trnopa ont Berzaiene cov? ered them with Ins guns and sunk them. A m In.omi arrived immediately after and* landed rebel aims and ammunition. Tbe latest report! f r,. in I ni a ii,i, hi ale that ll ii /il'iie \'. i- iimi, King to 1'nrt .in Prince, s id a rising ii reported to bave taken plat. ne ir < 'ape II n lieu. DANIEL < URLEY HANGED. I'l I'.! iv. M:is I.**. ?Hamel (lilies, the BMohd man ."i.si, i, .1 of participation in the murder ol Ford 1 .? ! ii, ii Cavendish and Mr. Rorke ou tbe Otb of las' M iy,was bai ge 1 in K lin liubau Jail al 8 o. m. H.-.lay.' Hm jail wm guarded bya force .,i military sim* llai lo thal sshnii ss.c. i.i>.s.-ut on Ihe occMion ol me banging ol Joseph Brady on Monday last. Canon Kennedy and Father o Kn ll v arrived at the prison at an emly hour lo atteadCurley, Alter the pi les ti l.nl prayed privately with tbe con? demned man il. his nil m..ss ssas i . .?? Ui... r .-? 1 in the n chapel,in the praaeuceof the goveruorand warders, where < urlej received tbe sacrament. I he pris,me. waUed to the scaffold With little as? sistance. Ile s, Buted to bc resigned io his late, Imt wm bardi] linn. He declined to make anj state. msnt touching bis connection sv 11 h the .rune for ? i. ch he wm ex. i m.-.i. lu a letterwhii 1. be wrote t' i Ins wife be Mid: "I .s iii tnk<- m* Mere le to tbe . ?. ? wltb me sod leave those who sre ,.: freedom to enjoy it. I will die |n peace, forgiving my ,... uii k." I'' .nh .sa- iustantaticoae. Meanwhile a groun of women which bad gal is the prison wen on then knee sayiug tho , :,,i ihe dying. Wheo the black flag an. ing lhat ibe execution bad lakeu plate was l? . s'. ,| on i ile prison ? i'n' mau in I be crowd out. sa.,-, whicb i. ii ni i' ie I i'.i i' . a 11.1 ii i-a in I. uncovered his h'i.d, .ind nilli iii>ii -. i.i syuipath) foi Cntl.'S nore ii lered. A rush ?.is than made hs ibe > rowd lura gait?n near by, where Curley'i relative! bad .i -emil.i 1 aud "" thei ss u kn i ling and pi ii, ig lor t.n H i.I the ioul ol ni- tun. The pt opie soon dispel -ad quietly. ( OMMENT dh I ill. ruFr.s LETTER. In-.I.is, May I**. Michael Davitt, in a letter f m..ci ngaeubscilptlonto the fund being raised Itu Mr i says toe Papal, rcular to tM elerey lspreju<lieed ?a' u unjii*!. and iini.T avuMaatreasrty painful resent' ineitt ..ti He part ol Hie i" opie. Mr. Healy, member af Pariiaaaenl fur Wexford, ta in,,uni; as Ibseiiption tn lb.- nc .!. -.i | - thal ! niau.! ii .1 neithert-?* religion h nu Mi _t_gton aorgratitmia III.Ill ll.'llie. l'ANI-. isy 1- Mit fairers says tba! tile Pope ba I'lii'.-'i .?..ii-' toe pcrstciitioii (y In r rance, aud directs atlautiuu ti ihe -nam. mi unscoMaiucilous oi bis sieiv. ny un pi ess -retie ra y. R088A NOT IN MORTREAL. The riim.ir .uncut in Montreal that O'Dono* tia Boam was ia tb.t etty ls -mb,,ut fouadatton. a re? porter feaad him yeetaidey altsraoM seated wita a party of friends eompUeeaily amoalnc a elgar. "I am (i ai,inly," .am Hnsss, "aol in Montrealnow, imt wMra I was issi algal i? au,iimi fUMttoa.*1 i i.e ii perter mei a frlrnd ol Hers.i's ii few minute liner. When asked If lu-bau s.e.i Knsaii lale.y In- replied, "Yes, 1 ...iv bim lust ulgbt at bis hume m Brook'* ii." PEACE IN SOUTH AMERICA DISCREDITED. WA-siii.soi.'N, May 18.?-Senoi Fl.note, the Peruvian Minister la tbla city, said t.. a representative of i aa Baamtlalesl rt nae to-nigattbal M dlaeredlted IM n-port of tue asaolasloa al pesos set aeon (. hill and Peru tor tin- faUoWtag reiisons: first. -Jlee.ii.se (ii net.il lui.lina tine, riot represent I Ile Nnimnal iiiitnorlly ni ni. eiitiuli J, ss ul. n is lt.. provis loaalUoveraflkeatof Calderon aad Montera, IM u..y ei ulm ul ? ,,|, li ihe. I ulled Mates DBS K COgBISSd lol tue l.iai iso yeera s,i,.,mt Hetause lvru ssnull ..aly malle a Henty of ii-... ? ci.ii)..i.,Hy wah her u,is, Bolivia, minti country Iglealss is mada to Ignore lu lb.- Yuip.ii n?,i <m|,...i u ,f tn. I.,Hi. Third. Because tbs reported eesstM ol Tbcbs and Arl a nu an,lila,it to laiap.ti./ (ol' lui jrars s.cius extremely improbable. PANIC AMONG FRENCH HANK DEPOSITOR I'AKIs, May IN.? In thc CliiUlllier nf I'(illi? li, s \ csn-r,lav M. SV .il,leek goilSSSaU, Minister Of the In? tern.., replying to a ipi.t!Inn li. legaid lo a circular is bx b bud beru lent to tin sm lOBS I'nici'lS ri lull Vt* to a panie wirri, prevails BBMUg depoaitora lu savincs banka, said that IM etti ular ss us itmplj intended tu re aSSUl ' I't'inous mt're.Ir.l lu Hie sullies bunks. M Tirald, Mlawtcl ol linuUtt, cil>.allied I ll 11 (ne .Mule m.i:,. I Biiintiiy piiilli liya aimiuutiou nf ihe deposits lo the biuks, for lt lined no.mu lunney et-pereeul interest while ll pale nc,'UMttir. ni lix blinks 4 pel cent. NFWS.IT'OM THE DOMINION. MohTRg.iL, May 18.?-An accident occurred on tho Canadian 1'aettle Illiliwa* lO-day betts ecu Heebelsga sud KsatieaL a fretghi irats sams imo collision ts llb a bul.e and WBgOB, killin;,' IWO nen lian.cl i li.iriioiineau iiml r-t, Onga, who wm- lu un wagou. 1 he Cars tefl the track mid wi.tal it ere wrecked. The Liberal chin .Nutiminic, celebrated Hs Mooed Banoal hugest inst Bight, ibe secssbm wis m.f mu, ii in crest, m the club is kimw.i to bs strati ely la* iirpeniirnt. Achill, i),,.mu. ? ne President, sta osgi** uii yi, ti, <i me luaepasdeaos of i ae Oommaa, ami sate that ( anal.a sutiUld IMS uer pl ft BIBTltg Ibe natl,mi ut tho world. THE CASE OF HALLIDAY AND SINCLAIR. Havana, May 18. -Proceeding** were btsgon to-.lay for Ibe eitiudltlou of Halliday and Bint ian, the shsoon.llni elm hs of Laug, Robinson k < " ...f sviv york. Toe tliti ttivet who iau;u limo Irum Neil York fully "denuded lbs ptisoaera iii. lattai adaMttea Ibe re* Bsmolsaes io team of tae pbotograpas lu im posssaslou sf (ae detectives, bur disowned .Bair ints Barnea lt is sapeeied thal tbej adiaall on Taurada] lor Nosy-York. FOR LION NOILS. I'aius, May 18.-The ff'Hf's says li belies es that Ad mll.l .' rrre's lute In rm.'ipi to MadMBSCat Whl DOl , s las ebaraetsi .,: au al'lmatuat. Ul.;*. May 1- - lb, re stile univ three dca'!!* from ama poe mot t wea ty, us was peevhrnaly reported) anni if the era nf tho British barb Arabia, which ar rived Bl K, val .. lew nays uso .rou. .sew tu . rani. L"Sii,is, tiny 1H-At a lt.. uti ii ti Ol MsglSM born! 1, ,l ; I, b ld lu the Cam.mi SHe I ll.ilel I.-.lay, 'lie pro p, t? i scheme for Um suaver, du of th. dabtol Mexico .?.1 seceptad hy a uaanlmo is s t . l..,sims, m ty ;s_in t - i ii ss teumamsut td-day ii... ii .,,at Mortimer ami Rosenthal heal Bktpworta. Lii.iisili and Zn.ci,nt ii I MMk4Ull0 sad BrliMM pi.vr i m..a n ram. i I'.m.'.s. Marta a.1 tn- lasr?s teieaglBg to James H. -Vc-af ??..;, rats ."ii. rd i r (ha *.. c lat las D'titt** Sti.kes t<> be run at Epsom Downs next Wednesday, base ti. eu sc ra tc "led. LABOR RES ASD EMPLOYERS. A maKs meeting nuder the auspices of the Clgamakeia' PiegreeMve Union sras held last night at the ('ennai.U Assembly Riimus, No. |gg Uosvery. The un , tiag ssas largely attended, Vincent Woy tis.i lt, of Union No. 1, pi. si,Ime. Heinrich Vautier, a delegate from the Nea Haren Union, -jase a brief outline of the work of the p.- BSTeootve Union dui'lcg; the year of its existence, lt had over 100 members and branches In New-Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, faMBsylvaalaaadObte, ead within tho isst fest weeks it bad eititini cred, he saul, a strike winch had secured all its .in inners an advance of-sd a thousand for making cigars. Speeches were BlM made by sj. Actifoft. Charles Rube, A. Negen.lane. J. Herold, Fred. Woel.lert and Jacob Goldstein. The meeting was closed by an address by Willluui .-.elbert. At Hie sti BS af tho Union yesterday lt ssas reported that Sllverlhoru St Co. hud agreed to j.ay their men thc -T a thousand advauce asked, aud to disehnrgc all their non-union men. Kenneth Mackenzie presided over the deliberations of the Amalgamated Trade ami Labor Union at No. 10 fttaatoe-et, last evening. a eommaatcatlon was rereive.l from tbe Typo? ipl.tcal Union st Cambridge, Mass., stating that its members were on strike " nnd asking for aid. Tho matter wss referred to tbe proper committee. A commit tee af Ive WM appointed to attend tM convention to take action on thc Saturday half holiday question. The reports from the d Ige rent unions were iben received. The furniture makers reported trade very duli. Ti.e cigar-mski rs report, d a bi i*k trade, wini no men ont ot work, the carpenters and joiners reported mir's brisk, wltb tbe ra aol wages firmly ?Ubllsbed st 93 SO a day. iii. boak'blndersreported alair trade, and tMt .-tioita .ti. being i.iu.le H. rona an laternafJoaal union of Itook biuden. the Typographical Union reported trade fail'. Thc cigarette makers' strike dies lund. At Lincoln Hs .1-1 11.-.in after a long 'fi-, iiaalon .; na( decided not to declare tho strike ni un end. a meeting of all tao strikers will lie held on Monday mgnt to further eou slder the subject Quite a Dumber of Hu* girls applied yesterday tor work ut the Klanej Tobacco Company. A number of others have signified their Intention 01 returning io work on Monday liv. nf the strikers, Joseph Simmons, Hennau Goodwin, I .inn- liol mi, lieii.j.iiin.i I. iliriiislii ninl J.h 11 1 fjoldl ci i, ul, Polish Jut-, were ni rc !>-, 1 t, ??! ii il.iv tor I im BtCblug I"-: -on.ii s.in e i> .1.,. pu (loidiii-rg. one ol me men waa ie.11-..1 to strike, JuaUce (lardner, at tb Eseex Mm kei Police Court, required each to give foOO bonds ta keep iii ? peace for six.oiks, A ism rani 1 u lasued agatnai S'uthan ' lobeu, 1 be 1. ider ot tae strike, for uaiug thresiening Ian-mage it, nae nf the girls, lt svas 1101 n 1 se.i yest, rdsy, how. vi 1. Iii 1.-1:1 ii,,, I'enti, May 18.?Tba outlook at preaent is tint favorable for a settle?ent of thc trouble! exlsuag between tbe non manufacturers aad workmen, sud fa general itopplng ol the mills on lane 1 appears et tins time Inevitable. Both lld. ? rim -iy assert that they ? ill in.ike B000BC B-iOM, ni'l Unless one t.r ibu other re s (rom thc aland taken, Just such aaotber strike as that of last year will be begun, la an Inter-new to-day President Jarrett, of ihe Amal(ramsted AssocilBtlon. Mid thal thc lasl 1.mi.nine between man nf ault rt ri uml Siti.ii,,11 had H. in in il, .tint h., ainx leuiiiu.S'l bul a sti Ik,, Ho said tiiai if tho ssso. latlou agi ced lo a ted iction be 'inn d reaigu mt uer loan pul ins mime lo the agreement, Secret sr j Weeks,ofthe Lon Assume 11.ni, speaking of 1 ba situstiou, ssitd thal Hie manufac ii, ,1 it, ii- pre pond lur au InueBnita tuspension ni 4,,.., aud tbal wheu Ilia Ao-algamsted Asar-c?lion's ?culea were preat'iiied on IM 'Jil'1 in si uni, ibe ? erkmen lld ll 1 ru thal tlir ,, auilf.i, Innis WefC IB e.U'iiral. lu shim,, ivn 1., May lg, -Thirty af IM SOO striking ri.'i.r maki ts Bl lei... Hill, l.u rn-ss er (nun's. t<> dav re? turned tn work una,ut getting tho advance which tin y a.ki.l I. 11 in ie 1,[ in,, strikes lint,' 1,-ii (ne place, .nd ll.e , tb. 1 ? .ne ~i 1 I si?idlug '"ii lor ..11 ads ance, TWO Ml EDI.El.Rsi UANQED, LEXINGTON, Ga., May 18.?J. C. Joins, a w ie morden r, was Hangi d ben to-day, He attempted to emu ii a ii Kid,- 1 caterday by opealag the veins of bi. arm with a sharp piece of tia. Dawee very w. uk, nut tbe phyi I lu producing a reactiou, ami ibis uiornlDe Joneewas much itroager, whereupon tho bed to ti - leria" tn proeee 1 wit b tu. bansnn :. Jim.-* ..-.? rt. 1 iiiat ih? ont- reason bc bad nu if bis wife ssa- t ai be loved uer. iii. feeling him was very btimr aud lt waa tnou ... iiiai 1,1 would be lynched if he nu. not nun?cd bj uv. -ti sss m. Ms* 1- Henry Knight, colored, was Moped at Way Cross le-daj for Uta Burtle1 ol Iud ward Hunter. 11 1 ,1,ucl b.iiiilm...Hr. nu July J, ls.j 1;,,. eo'i.ieuiiieii man profesi d n IgtoaMd asked the crowd lo meet bim in beaven, rwonty-flvo nuieiieu peraona WlUtCMBd Ibu banging. ;///. PBES1DEN1 s rul.HA APPROVED. Ft u tn., N. V? May lH.-.\t the banquet of tbs Engineers of American Water '?s,,!'.. ,, Rle bard Crowley, r ipondlog to tue toa.-t "Om lies. denl," ?.ti'i ?? ss mb ii.-rn ru! Arthur ram" to th, Prealdeuey he wm sun nu ia 1, .I wau more didi, u 1 sud sm bm rsMiug 1 Ircum slum es t ... u pei 11..l'i u'.j i,!inr linet msgiairsls Uni eve.. I'ic'-pniig I.i.n. beldnd Lincoln Mood Hie great Nun io bcip ulm la his work Hut when (.eui a 1 Ailinn neill lu lin ie wi n dmjut ami dlSUuatBlUOUg h..at , Uti.. ,...1 a..'. I I" .nilling Ul.I,mg .'lae,.. I,,,,., it ,,0 knew tl rn 11. si na,1 ia,:.. 11. Ins Integrity and al. illy to cmuiiii I tu,- atiaiih ..i 1 .it <i.,yenni.cut safely. I ven? ture tue prCJICUoU lU.il ii I.... US las |uit[ t;n,v ii Un- ir,ns of offlce, righi tuiiikui/ uii-ii ot li,.tn parties wiii s..> ins mimili.sliui lon lins I.e. 11 .,nt uni., a SUoOaSB, bul nulli bu* been wise, clea, beaded aad rnnatrratiya. NAVAL ACADEM1 EXAMINATIONS. Annai'.ii.is, M.I., Mav 18. ? Tli<? following e.iialiilalet bute pasnd .her mental exuiuiiiatiou tor udiu.ssi.ni lui,. Hie Naval Academy 1 I.nean. ni Ohio; J.'Wi N, of Delaware; Long, nf Ninth Carol Jua; Potter, 01 Ness Vork; Wylie, of leia-; li,.usu.cr. I'l I'enua.v Iv.itiiu : Husis ot NortbCarul.ua; Mimi, of New-i ors; .ard, u, i,; California; Jewel.,Ol fdiasouri; De, .n, ol ; Coben .md Wallets, ol (.cmg,a; Chuula*, of Okie; Kyre, of Penaey lvaulu; Peek ham, ol Ka.,..,? l.l.ni,!; ,,.a, Itv,,,ii I. ot Ce..nay.4 allia. Poller, ol New-Von., O'll ol am. "( Pcuiuryi vaunt; i raig, (illowa; Luton, of Nesr-Vors; Johssou. Ol limn: Dur? ren, of .M.O-.llilll.eUs ; Wella "' lllllln.s; Itali; al.U Ibompsou, ol i..iu,,i., .uni \t 11. i.i uu, of alabama rbese aie yet tn p.,.- lheti-j.litMf.il exii.n.iialioua. FATAL Ullin Ai COLLISION. Act ma, Mc, May 18.?A collision occurred oil Hie Maine Cciiti.il Kalin.utat li ru wu's Corner, Va. salton*, hie aad i hali ? Ks abuse Aagasta, le day, b, iis.en a treigUI 11.HU niel a .pe.lui enitine. C.iar.e.a Huiall, nt Augusta, rngiaeei ni tie frelgai ii.nu, waa killed, nutt Ali,, il Ki,g.,ic. eiifimer ot lae special eu* ^iittI, bad his dui k and legs Biokeu amt will pr.tolj d.c. noib ot tuc il.nilen were also injured. hi Ll.VE IN A SUuOllNQ AIIIaAY. New-Orleans, May 18.?A dispatch to lae Ptsaetfef irom a tar prise. Mtaa, say ai Dr. Byrd, ot Pautdlng, tn ,!iiy slim sad killed Capt?a W. M. in.nm. ex-.-nerilf Of Jasper Csaaty. they began tiring ai catii other ?uiniii<iiie"u-it when about forty yards span and ml vance.1 cloe Buough tor braun- io IU?a lij ul uno a stick. Til t.STY-EOUR PERSONS POISONED. C*?tTTAXOOOA, Tiiiii.. May lb*. ? Twenty-four pei .ons were p iteouM ut a chu. eb test, val last Light by ta,ute | loud. All ure now lecnvering. TELEURAEUlc NOTER. A SILVER MINI SOLI) Pott **EN HOI.I.Alls:. LEBANON, I'll.ii.. Ma. IO. 1 h.- liini.iii.it ii Qep ti i, r iiiine -T.,8 atld i.i day liv Hi. .--bei iff ni I?bauoa l uuulv lot ?int.. ll"*.,"i Boyer. Ab.iut j/Jii,ooo has batu et|.( luted ii uri cl..muir Hie in;ii". a COMPANY IO SUPPLY Iitl'sii wait ill. Point Pl?asam cn v. N. J., May in.?A cnn pant In supply Ibis se.il,in ttl the NaWaJerM) sea i inst with iiusii watei Baa beea eraaadssd here aadar IM UUs .>( .hs ratal PleaaMl < Hy Wawi uempeay. wini jeBa i. Mm phy pi.? ai, nt, .ni i mgiminsn J. ..... me arr se.ieiaiiy. lill. I Hoc.il..-.ts A .' IMBUE ills. TtlPKEA, Kim., May IM.?Ihe A.ljtiinul-l'c'icral of tl.?? -late. I tuuiias Mi.ni'ili.'li!. is at Dedj*e lily, endestaiiag I,, restore oruerui h.. Iowa rbeOuvertiorsaysiMi lu." Kboi i WBO was Mi urn fters lbs mwn bf lbs salli**, mes nur? ina; lin' ir, rut ai;ii.ilioii, tits lin- ui;nl lu return, an.l win bs t rottx Iel INIifuNANT OVKB THK PETROLEUM oil. TAX. Im svniK. I'ci.n.. May 1h.?iho people ot the oil .(ginns an- greatly excited sad iu.iikh.ui on i iin* pro p.,sei p..h.,i.un uti lai ai Harrisburg, a tori?sable ra luntisliaii, e WSS ..cu.al.'.I Imlay amt sit nert bl Hie ira,'.lng producer*. Irrespective 04 pany, rest tiing Line, aud ny pi mut noni CH/', *? lilli I KSS -K-sHfllV INVKSTIOATION'. Boston, May IH. rn IM lowksburv investiga? tion today, Ur. ss 11. i.i mt uso Irsiuaoiiy eonaboraUve al mai n.t. ul.v u.e pravluus aritsesaee ter Ibed?euee. A let i.-i written byoovsraoi John a. Auti.ew iu IMI maaaav Bri ni iiiiiiait-si.i i, wsiiniiy waaadrsittsd. Thalstlsi saesks .ti ..inh terras ol Hie laauiui?a Pl ii'UAa*C UV A 1*1.1.1-.PlliiNK SYNDICATB. Low iii., Ma-s., sia.v 18.?- i In- Loise,i loiepboae *-i mil cate i,< .lay, i<'? <i iii" iMutita.a ,,i Hu' Boalhweaien* in-ii Talegrspband I'elephobe Luiupjay, isuii a-apiuiof S'J.oOU.uvtT, .in ri mg foi a:t lelepheoa partraaea Ilia emin* btateeot Aih*asas sud faxaa ihe pins paiti ls uuilaisiood tu iiatt- iuru iIjij per shara A i LAI .1 AOAI.NsT ITIK CITY 0> HAM WAY. 1 itr s HIS.-.N. .1., May ld. -Apetitioii wat hiwl In Hie iiuii ,1 *?!a!?-l ( nei.il ' mn ' Hus ni", un - hjy ss r.sri lor ~le .lim S'. ssiiit.'. [(..river nf the Uteaera* l.aak ol Sew t s.-k, .aklag for a msruUsiaa ie csrapel (bs1 nyul itatiwat ui p.y s jiuiaii.eni .scouted ssstast ll let Bin IH)'. i..a | alt. .,U m.ly Si l.iiso, an.l Hie BOUU ii ...p. j ina ...av limul ul Ihe haiauca POLITICS IN OHIO. A TALK WITH GOVERNOR FOSTER. THE CANDII-ATr**) KOR TUB (iOVKRNORAIIIP?THTa* REPtJRUCAN OCTLOOK nOPF-FlI ?AHPECT8 Cf THE UQOOgJ QPKSTIO.V. ;FROSI AM OCCASION Al. CORRESPONDENT OF THE TRlnr"*s"C.| CoLf.Miiis. May 10.-While the tsvo em's of Ohio ..re sifting i),e merits of Judge Foraker, of Cincin? nati, and Stat.* Treasurer Ttirnev. of Cleveland, with a view to their availability as Republican can di'utes for Governor, and of Messrs. Hoad ly and Durbin Ward, on the other hand, as the Democratic candidates, with casual al inst SS? toward Con? troller Lasvrence and Congressmau G.-ddas, Gover? nor Foster, serene in comfortable possession of the place at which ambition is nimiiur, vaults over the formality of nominating conventions and looks ahead to results in October with perfect contideuce in Republican success. " Wt shall have to tight hard and koop awake every dav,'' he sass, " hut we shall carry tho State. I he Daasocrate are before us in limiting the ti.-ld of candidates, hut wli it they have BOM doing noisily wc have deua *n a quiet Wtf, ami I daresay there is no moro certainty whom they will nominate thaa whom sre will. Indeed, there will tura nit to hu much mic rtaiuty in present Democratic calculations: for, despite the inomen tum in Mr. Homily-*) favor, set going by hil late protest that he and Mr. Pendleton were not in lesgne, I hive it ott good authority that Judge 1 'burmun intends to go imo the CeeVQUtieB to pre? sent the name of Duthil) Wurd. Theta svill have to he a vi rv rtTOOg llnaillv comt.inaliou to resist -uch in app ul. for the '-imp!;', sturdy ebaract. rof Ju.lge Thiirmau OOntautade the devotion of the old-line Deinoi ia's, uml when it is known positively that ho le taking aides, a foUoaiag viii spring ag liku an ?nay, I bsd Iboagfat with everyone else, until I heard shoat thia, that Hoadly ssas reasonably sans sf tin- Domination, bnl Ward'i chances now seem io inc oiiile gs gOO? 1 lie truth is, Wbeg tin' Demn ?? rai:s come to think soberly aboat ir, tho hulk of then* party sr.mt a steady, eoesiataat De BO. rats They don't tn. 1 any such article in Mr. Il, adly, who il i, exceedingly bright man ead clever lawyer, bal as capricious politically, as a wealbereoefc. Ile was a Republican until ls?*-', when he ss',itt into the Gl.e'cy moven:, nt He vote I the Republican ticket in L*s7'l and 16*7*1 sad 1875, when he supported Mr. Hayes fur Uovoraor. lu l-s7<! l:e voled for Mr. Tilden, and since then, I be? lieve, has remained readily wi'h tbe Dseaoerata I ini.l-rsti.iid that he siiifted over tu Tild -n b -causo he svns interested erith lum ss attornej, perhaps in Western iiiilin.ul wreckingseheflsea Qeoe**Ul Ward luis alsv.is s been ;i Democrat, prompt au 1 r ady for partv s. rvi.-e and an eihetive worker, lucre would Bl BO doubt shoat Ins calling BRI the full parts* strength. I don't know th.it so much could Int saul im Mr. Hoadly, although every one recognizes his ability und personal excellences. Il'lui K FOI??RR, MR. Tt.ltNI'Y ASL) OTBER CANDI HA I ls. " N'ow. while this rivalry has been aptingiag up tatong the Deatoerata sve have been gaietly look? ing over the Bold, lsunpn.se nearly avery well known mun in the State, who would take the noun nation has been c"it?idered. We doo/l know vet who has tbs best ch.iircc, but I prnlict that tbepg will bc no ballot for Governor in oonv mtioa. Feel. ing still shape ns if m tat * of so u ? ?> i" ah ? sv.il be ii'iinin.ited hy a leUuaatini- 1 I IPPOS ' J nd gd Fm ak-rand Mr. l*uni"y am lal ked of more tbiia say other gentle? a. Mr. ["arney has aald alt ateeg ilia! he doesn't \y;i:i! tbe pl ice nu,I 'v. ul I In't take ho nomination. Ha said to ute yesterday that Ms de. termination \sast;'l mich.nigel, Controller Law leuce is a inu.li,I,ne. ''hore ur ? I hr ? ? go ul in.-ii. it Won*! mak" a particle of dill, rene'' in the res.i.C which mav get the liomin iti m. We cu sviu with sny ot i hem. Geueral ?alter dropped in upon ma the other dav. 'I'm Spinet the min.' saul iie, 'thu' tmii'i gel lite ui'K' Vi't-s.' I'n it eipr ss d iiiy reeling, and I think tbe feeling of every Bepablieaa. Wo iire tor the eaudidate svho sv.ll bring as th ? te nt rotes, whooveff be may be. "Astoaeboiee between Jttdga PorakerandM? rurggy, they are different styles of ama. .luigi Foraker is probably aol over forty, goa 1-Iciki ng. a lue speaker, af splendid address, and si thaa gh too ibjeetlun holds good tb?I bs is nit now known in. tho upper ii.rt ol the Sta! iexcept amoug law,ora, be would soon mike a striking impreasien on the .Iuntil. He is nm,.st, I believe, of pditical -aauageaeent, but as Governor would acquit iiinself welL Mr, I'lir,u-y's uoitiin ituni w iuhl bo received with instant favor. Ho could Sot go on the Stamp, mu* w.uil.l be u cl to. Having risen from tim forge to a position ol high pub.io rust .uni always bearing hissself svnh credit, he would enlist supporl that might otherwise bo doubt lui, ami w.uild nc sine hSMdesof pnlliug.i full party rote. He may yet be induced tn allow ht. name to be tai.en into convention. He could get tho bosss iiati.m, I have Ito doubts if SO disposed." "What of the newspaper allusions to Mr. IIayes sud Mr. Sherman f ' "?Nonsense. Ko one baa thought seriouslv of Mr. Hayes aa a candidate, not cseu hims lt'. Mr. sii.-r iiumi probably doesn't want ihe nemiaslloa Ho is whare be waati te h and where ho belang* liv ddea?to consider his candid icy from the stand? point ol party management -ho voted for tho Tanti hill svith the olin.nioiH svool schedule, and evou if be svaiued th ? iioiiiiii itiou, it won il bo of doubtful expediency tor the party to put iu th- liol,I a mau WBO lian thus call.-d upon himself the distrust, if not tba (iiuii. v, el n very lirge class of I'cp.i'.Ii eaaa.-1 ??Ami about yourtelft" '? I f (Li, I have nearly a yo ir yet to remain here. Then I shill telara to my private ali'.iirs winch de? mand my attention." iuk uquob yi ii-1-ion as av net*? " Whai are to he ihe tsiaei gt tba ee aaaiga f " l ho liquor issi..- mainly. Our platt arm will no doubt take strong ground io favor of hi*-h tani!Und for UlTil ."* rs ic- n form; but hosvever much or little maybe said in tho pinion.! about lhiuoi legislation, that svill nagaeetioaably lend clnef interest to the campaign. A ia'V bas host beea passed which will stead the teat el the conns, iii deed, it ls to be tested )lt once. We brought on the suit ourselves so that tbs gasitfea of constitution? ality might be settle I. Tbs lass provides that ena county auditor shall give uotico to luiiinc-simp keeaan by advertisement of the maturity of lax ilucs. Auditor Frame, of Athens County, refused to perform bia daly en the ground thai the law waa uiiciistituuonal. Tho sadlier, of ciui'so, empl .> d no counsel, :iml the Court assigned Ba tho d.'lenoa Mr. Hoadly, svho ol.t:<med the judgment lasl year iitlirinitig the unconstitutionality ol' tim Loud lasv. Ihe case ie to be argued aa the SMKbaf t!.is month, sud I think sve .shall wiu. "Tho fatal defect in tho Poad law was that it provided imt eely for the payaMBtof tbetaE, but ici|iined avery saloon-keeper to give a hon I lo ire ure paviuii.it for tho eneaiag year, ihisfe.ituro waa declared to be in thc nairne of a lionso. 'Ino Constitution pfavMsseEpiaasly thal ne license shall he gi anio I for tho salo cf intoxicating l)i|iior.s, but that the l.egisiaure may. hy enactment, restrain tbs ?vils arising Irom such tratlic. Tue .Scott law, ibo jonsIilutioii.il.ty of svhich is al.o'it io ' be pis-,, ,1 mu n hollows for its titlo the BXBCf wurde 'tilie Coiistiiutiou willi SSfsraaee to restra.uiug tho evils arising Irom tho ttallie, lt is a long law, bat IR substance it imposes upon dealers in lesli liquors and w,ues a tax of *j<lCK>. and upon dealers inspirits a lal of $-00. It raqaires .H-alers tn ob i un af tbs owners ot their praaueae ? parettt io seat lupxtr, and makes the property it lien for tho pay iiitiii of the tax, as dui tue old Dare lasv. I hen it luvests Common Councils of Cl?SS with thepowei to prohibit Ibo -ale ot li o, in ns Within their juristtici. m. lae fatal hood elaass ta eliminated a-ni the prop mv lien clau-e substitutetl. Then- mav lie h.Teeta iu tins lull. I favored, mata ad nf Mw pi opens lites. cl ii use, a prov.s.,iii io ai Uch the eitel, oi i ,,e iit|i.')i ?. ,',i .1, pei whcieter lound, or pt'.peitv he.