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V8t*XLIIl...fi?-13-Wl. NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1H84. PRICE THREE CENTS. ,?.. f t a um? nv STT?FFT PARS THE DEMOCRATIC SCHEME. PLANNING TO SATISFY EVERYBODY. > TARIFF BILL TO BF. KCHHKl) TIlltOVOH THU IIOU8K TOO LATK FOR TIH: SKNATl*.'8 ACTION. fBT TKLF.C.RAI'11 TO TUB I IHBI.NK. 1 Wasiiixotox, Jan. 30.?" I have found out the pwuoeratic game/1 Said a prominent Republican ('iMipf awnati. " My information ccmes from the in -.idc and I know it to be correct. Randall has at last yielded to the clamor of the free trade Democrats to this extent. Ile is quietly Retting the appropria? tion hills ready and as soon as practicablely will be? gin to bring them in. He proposes tokeep the House steadily occupied in their consideration uulil the last one of them is passed and sent to the Senate. Itvtbat time Morrison will bave his tariff bill ready to bring in, and it is to ht driven through the House as quickly as practicable?the idea being to force au adjournment of Congress before the Senate can act tiiM.it it. The Democrats lu the West aud South ctn then go into the Presidential campaign on the taiiff plunk of the 'Ohio platform' and point tt. tlie action of tho House as the interpretation giver to it B& the Democratic party, Mr. Randall sud the protection Democrats can vote against the bill nnd during the tWBBBOigt nive tin ir own defini? tions of thc meaning of ihe land (let laraliou in tho platform. In other words, the Democratic party, as usual, will try to face both ways on one of the main i>siios involved in tlie contest." " \Yhat sort of a tariff bill do tho Democrats in? tend to pass f" ?'.Morrison expects to have the solid ] |. nm. rulic supjiort of his conimitiee for a bill providing for a horizontal re? duction. He thus not mean to attack all tho p lu dules. but proposes to secure, as nearly as may hr. a ndm lion equivalent to about twenty percent on the entire Uti. His proposition a.t to the nh'iln'c nf wool nd woollens is a cut of twenty ),. r t (tit. Ha wants also to enlarge tho free list by lidding to it, salt, lumber, iron oro and soino other jaw materials. I M (HIING AT MR. coNvrnsi:. "Tlie free-trade Democrats luug.'i at Converso and others who are goingo make an attempt to listore tho old duties on wool. They tay it cannot bc done. Converse. I understand, will try next Monday to get through a bill tindera suspension of tho rules, lo effect his purpose. Whether the free-trade l>emo rrats will allow him to make the utfeinpt is doubt? ful. A good many <tf them talk about choking him off, bul he (1. claris that he will not allow that." MR. HEWITT'S POSITION'. "I understand,'* continued the Congressman, "that Morris..u says he expects to get the support of Abram S. Hewitt for his horizontal bill, by seeking and accepting his views in regard to the proper reduction on certain articles, and be will be uxkmi to make it appear Unit Mr. Hewitt's advice and opinions havo lo 8 gteat evtotit governed Id tho ju.-paratioii of the bill. Mr. Hewitt's preference is a Bpocitie bill, but BO linty "field it at Morrison's Solicitation, provided the latter yields to his views in certain particulars." MR. BELMONT ON THE TARIFF. [BT HUtltfl to the imuum \Va*"1U\(*ton, .Inn. HO.?The dispatch sent Io Tnr. 'J kihi m recently relative to I'eriy Hclinont's tariff > it ws was so condensed that a misapprehension of Mr, lSeltnont's views may have arisen. Mr. Bel? mont's exact words were the-e: "Democrats also Bay, and I am one of them, that more raw materials must he straightway put on tho free list, in aid of "manufacturers, in order that, by thus cheapening American production, they may bo enabled to get easier access to foreign markets. There are also Deinoriat.s e-jiially loyal and patriotic who say that tn- ;.i.'Miit distribution of party power bet ween liie House on one hand, and the President and Senate on the other hand, is unfavorable to such a rciir I'.ingi ineiit of tatra tables during the present ses? sion, and that to attempt il now, willi th- probabil it\ of obstruction by the Beaate or a veto by Hie l'resltleni, would be an aimleaa ami iib- less disturb? ing c ul ntmnsot and industry." FBUS-TOADE MISREPRESENTATIONS. [BT It U MtM'II TO TUK TIIIBI'M.. I "\V ishim; iov, Jan, 80.?Reprcsetitalivo Payne, of Peiiusyhaiiio, to-day. Keened limn inc of tho largest inanulai turing linns in PfttebBTg al.tt.-i, dat* tl yesterday, ts hich reads as follows : A cori-1-sp.Mi.ler.t of The Wesa-Tork Hi raid lui" recently ben Intel vf ttiiu' sittne nf lire Fltliiiiirg nm.infill tun ' s ngiiriliiig their view- on tariff mattera, and in nearly all cases baa been misrepresenting Hiern afterward la Um ctiiinniis nf bia pup'T. Wt- were obliged to pnbllshln lin pittsburg Com lereiol rn caul of denial, and Inclose yon a copy of tin- saine. We i h mk Hie Miithi" nts i [pressed by one as I luise ol all lbe Plttsbarg imtiiiifao ?Mt The cai,I isolooed and ref. ned to reals a^ fol? lows: bi f- -rring to a stotemcwl Btadeby ons of oar etty popers wc wirh tn suv dint mine of Hie members of otu linn bare cit lt.en lui. r\ n "a. .1 bj i.ny of The Jtett-Torh Herald toadeata or reporters In regard to Uk tariff, nor li.ive we trot expressed oareelvea as favoring free trade. Wc atc lu luvor of S Ugh prole.-th n tariff. 8TABTLINQ AND MT8T1 Dims THBEATS. WH0UC8AL1 Mi J: Ki lt ASH INC 'IM)IAI;1-.M If A TBA! nt I 1^ ROI DI8XIMKD. li \ ti.i ii: ii ii i.i rm. ii,tin FOSTOSI v. dan. 80.?T^ little town of Ai, a flla, six BrilCS Wt-1 "f b Te. ts lila/ilie with CXeittlllieilt mri Hie Unvote ..f unknown persona te Bra ihe town ead nrar* di r thc Uri people ;n .t. l ii- Behool dim tor- ol Um town have just built a Hu. aehoolhoaBe, noel log jfV.WHI Anions ll' I le ll einlilo.teil ls tl Miss A-ld nine, who Seems to be Hip llilioct Bt t Base of .ill tin- ililll'iilt.v. A tlircrii.'iilue lt lier was found on tbe fleet cf Mr. t-t hnite, tt*te eapartatrantoat ettbeaoboota. Bel tir-Iay, whicb spoke Bl ill Krui- Of the yuan;- um.i.m. Beoa after this rtQaaoaa eeouwraleottai was reeelred Bf tho srliniil (tlreit i letter threat. ? 11: j i . Iii* lift- anti propertf if bs ill.l HOI have Misri Ask.'.line iii I. Little atteiiti.Iiiivt'.v. r, was paid IO theos, ,. tiiey w. rt soppoeed te eeesc frew sbbbs ont* who > . ons of the yotiiiL-Inly. Seven or OtfBt of such letters lit fell witt reeotred, thc headwrittag betog ttooA, while, only fe single,-Mn.' iii. kl.euiii. that Ute author waa a poiaoa of edaeaUea. As a Mooan of j..o cailtit.ii, wal, atian mott st ti i.nieil ni Mi .Ital's 4hog the saheolheeM aad the axe haadla Iheteiy fell nf whit h ha.l li, . i, Hit. altin il, tn Mfa "'.-ii: from the inceuojaii-y lurch. About Ho Mtproached thi Imus-r of Mr. Morant hull, where thc ?u-a.i..T w?r boardtutr, ami vu! a lurg-; hain mer whizzing llioiirrht a ci. w baa beea aeoared which will lead lo tba ar? il t-t of Iha gattlj parties. -* ULISES POE LIEUTENANT BROD A I'I Xil.lTIoX riiOMIll.Y PA6SI D BY HIK CON*. Kl.( nt U BOUTS, IBT Tr.l.K.lKAIll IO TIK TKIBCNE.) Vi.w-IIavkx, Jim. W.?\u thc State SoBBtfl .riniir,' M-uai.r hUnmn iiitr.Nlnc. <| a re-oiiitlon yins tbe Hi.iit-s of the hl.,tc ?f (>,iii.,>,'ti,-ul to Lleu K.-i n.i Johu M. Kiio.lea.of Hie revenue cutter I)._i.r, a . for bis bet ole coal nut at the wreck ol th.-steamer Ciiy uf Columbus. Mr. Stanton ur. I>;t.-*axeof thereeolulioti lu fe ?p-..-clt, In whit h tin- it. Ism of Connecticut se a men In Kericral and of Llentaaaal KhedaohipoittealorwaaostoUed, and wiitih tou.iu.i.-.i ?afollows: "I am i.toud .'isa t'otiuct!. ut man nu.-,, if tosay tliat he, loo, i-a Ct Iilieclli ut limn ; aad wt ie lins 1 xl .\--i nbiy todlacbarga do other duty it would poseeas nu eii.lnriiiK cUiin I., h'.i.or m lb*, fmri tlmt ii IrHrirt'tUnt-'xl the m. Iljuiy of als li. in i .,, |M. yentl Ul." rr,, ator I'iiiiiktt, uri,, i ??? of New-Haven, tenant kijihI^v hom.-, *..i?i n.: aboold f--el hims, ll JiCl to his Uilly (lui h.-liol Mt oit'l wait -. natur Btaale) had aold. 'lin- tvsoluttou wm p^sacii unanimously. Wkw-IIav is, jun. 30.?LieiiUnanl Kinnie*, arima* lu tbls city this HiUrxuoon, and will remain several days. Within afortuhfht be will obtutn a mouth's leave of ab Scuoo lo pu to Sooth ('m.limit. He bas rocrt veil test Into nial* in recogiutlo 11J his bravery. Ihirlnf bis r wt^oia ot thc city was vou-i Wm, aa I he will bo thc ?eeplient of much honor ut the hands of the inhabitants if thia his native t iiy. THE PRESIDE Ml AL CANVASS. A TALK WITH COLON KL (.IAY. BOW TO (.HOOSr. "DISTKKT DI*.I.1l(iATK??A TKOCBI.'" 808KB ayVBSlhBW. Philadelphia, Jan 'Ad.-'I'lic I'trsH will print to-iuorrow the following dispabh from Harrisburg 'Ex-Secretary quay arrived In this city yestetday. as ls Riisjrcctcil, on a political mission. Last even? ing be met prominent It-publicans at the Ixtehlel, and 1* was understood he was also in ooniuiunlcation w ith gentlemen close to the present State Administration. A rei'ortor met Mr. Quay this morn lug at the Lochiel aud asked him regarding the interpre? tation of the National rule relating to the election of dele? s-ate* to tbe National Convention, about w lil. h there has liecn considerable controversy. Ile auld: 'Mr. Martin, the necrelary of the National Republican Committee, inadvertently made a slight omission lu the rule as be itave lt to lite Press. What I have gh cn you is thc correct I'opv. The rule ls the offspring of the reso lutlou of the Chicago Convention of 1880, which was Intended to wipe ont tho Mao hat a delegation to the National Convention represented I State, aaa to substitute Ihe Ideo that each individual inciutier of the dciecatiou represented a Congressional Distrii'i. lt prortdea two method-, for the selection of tuc National Delegates. The hist is bf popular Delegate Conventions. ?"A popular delegate, convention ls a convention jf delegates elected l.y the people. Nu one tun intervene iietwecu tha dolOfBtOB chosen by the people to this jut pu lar convention and their choice lor National delegates, Kor instance, it would not do for each of Hie Counties of Dauphin,Lebanon and Northumberland to hold each its popular convention, and choose each Ita conferees at that 'oimiitiiin to nu ' t together and select delegutes to the National Conventron. "?What is contemplated ls a convention of thc a. legates sleeted hythe people ihrougho'it an entire Ooagresewaa] District, to meet together at .-.onie central point ut Hip dis? trict and elect tho dele gatos. There U no provision now in mv tlisirict In Pennsvlvanla for the organization of suoh i convention, uu.l it is not likely, nor iu m.v .iii.lgm. nt (could lt be pntdeut ut this time, tor lbw state Committee to attempt to formulate a plan of such organization. A natural method in Congressional ilitiricts composed of more tlim one county in to i>criiiil the delegates toa sinie Convention from each Congressional Diotrtot, nader the aeoond branch of the National rule, to elect iii legates to the Chicago Convention.' DIlIEs OF THE STATE CONVENTION'. "'What are the duties of tho next State Convention, Mr. yuny I' asked the reporter. '"In addition to tho action of sub -divisions in the elect imt of delegates, its dulles will be to nomi? nate an electoral UehOI anil a C.im<i*ts-iiiiin-ut-I,arge uml six Delegates si latin, two for Ihe fJ*ongTessman-a**L_-ge aud twolor each Kenutor. Ibero will BO no quarrel in I'btladelDhtii over this National convention. Tbe city will probably be awarded two ont ofthe sIt rtolngatos ot largo, and our people in thal event will very likely send one iepics.-niallve of the political und one ol thc business interests. James Mc Manes and Hamilton Ubwton would repceaoat tho idea, und I would bc glatl to sci* them (jo." Tin: pe.m.iciiatii* TAJUl I* POLICY. '" What do you thbik of the uext Presidential cam? paign I ? " ' If thc Democratic party were to como out flat-footed for free trade, lt would strengthen the liepubllrnn porty nvorwhelniiiirrly in the manufacturing states, but ll might weaken it correspondingly among tho ugricultural and producing States. They will not du this, but will strike out for a reduction ofthe present duties upon imports. A great majority of the large manufacturers of the country will be sat Ulled with a very large rcduMlon on present duties. They will, hOWOTOr, di tire to make their own tariff, mid graduate their own reduction. If the mon fi om thc .-south who have.taken clim fe of tne Dem? ocratic patty havo discretion enough to ndopt Unir views, tho tariff Will 00008 to be a material question In the next Ooagreos MUBJt so far as it may affect the onestion of labor. Leadalatkm bas beea directed perety to the protection of capital (hus fur. lam lufuvitrof a la riff on labor. Hy this I mean Congressional legislation winch will prevent, win n wages li,a-.'high la thii country, the import.i Hon of Hungarians, Chinese, Italians or other, to take tho p..aa ot oar laboring men.'" purri BBXOBS BOB candida ii Bi "Tlie discussion of the personnel of the Republican can? didates for the Presidency tins ben systematically re? pressed throughout the country, while the current of Republican opinion is flowing straightforwardly toward the iioiiiiiutrD.ii of any man who eau deliver tbe cou ol ry from DaaOBBBgto aapraaUKP. There.:are, it -o'i rsc tnrls Ible undercurrents In behalf of particular candidates. I know nothing of what is going on outside of Pcnn-vlva iii.11 butin tula State I believe the vote of the deli will lie cast pretty nearly solidly for Arthur, Kdiniinds, Logan or Lincoln, whichever ("hall seem, on June 8. to)., the moat available candidate, I understand thal Mr. Blaine rn iii nut permit hit name to be used. I would aol bs surprised al tba e tplosloa <>f ? candidate, unnamed m yet, npon tbe Democratic Convention. The Southern people haVB taken charge of Ihe Democratic pal ty." P.ANKAU. "ruo VAttOW BKTWBBM TBB Kit--." " What about Uandall 1" "If th". DaOBOeiata ure tO Oloet a President, Randall wi mid niiike a fust-rate Pen n.i\ h eula President; but he ls not broad rr'ougli bel we, n the eyeoto take in ihe Nat lona I IXiiiorratic scope; that is, to become a Nritlonal mun. Ile will play marbles to win a Minor and DoiBOOTBtle poll ? man in Piillnd.-lphia, while the National gome In which the gif.it slakes of Mat.- alni pim, nib I ale kial and won ls going on over bis bead." BLAINE'S STRENGTH IN PENNSYLVANIA. lill TA II OBAN TD TUK TK1HIN1..] HtnrrnroDON, Penn., Jan.SO.?'ihe IlunUui'i iom Join-mil has in:.tie ,i car,*'lnl OOaVOOl of (his county on (he Presidential (ph stion, the rc-ailt of which will be pub? lished In the paper to-morrow. Circular letters were sent to representative Penni.Heans in each township, asking their p.TMitial preferences m to n Presidential candidate, wb. ;her for Blaine, Arthur, 1'dinunils, (sherman, Lincoln, l/Ogan or oihci? i>i-i-t?ii; and also the sentiment ot tho party at large. tStory report but ono that pretends to give Ihe will of the pee le says that they are largely for Ulallie; lu some townships, a majority; lu others, nine tenths, or ninety nine oae-bnndredths, In many they arc a mut. The persona] preferences of tbe writers ara as follows: Blaine, 86j Artlmr. 1; Lincoln, li Heaver, 1 ; Edmonds, 1. I.timmi.ls was tue hi-t clunie of another mau, ami Blaine his second. -?, POLITICIANS IN ALBANY, ?cms J. o'iiin n's 0PPO81TIO1I TO THE ROOS! vin mi I.. [UV 1 II.I (IK Ull Ttl TIIK THini'M *.] Ai.r.ANV, Jun. 110.?Thc i.iiluay ti ins to day brought to this city sever il prominent ll. pablleaa polltk ? an<. Tin ii -simultaneous arri val al BOMB SaggSBted to ] a.lil I. hms lhat H con lei ei.ee of .-nine kind v. , , lo be held. Moreover tho Collectors of Customs jil Baafclo, Detroit, BarUagtoa, Bnapeaalaa Bridge, sud House's Petal al-o arrived. Their couiing lt waa WMpOetOd might have somi eonrict iinii witb Nnlion.il polities. All tlu-e surmises proveil to be without lound ttlon The polltl causdld not hohl a conference, were not bu. OB Hie sumo business., and lhc collectors ware hereto <-nsl.Ier how QM) call protect theil fees fl Un liebig le- el <1 hy a bill which ia BOW before OOBglBOO. hflSOBg th" I here were George I!lis?, John J. O'ltrlen, Solon I- in'th. Item.ml PIl' lin and Jacob M. Patterson fiom New-York, BUBB ll. Diddler from llrooklyn, and CoUectOf Goold and BK* Congressman lt. V. Pit ree, nf Pullalo. Wt, llliss had rome In re solely local! tba ::l t.-iil lin of tin Legislature to tha iiite-sity ol rt pealing some of the piow-iou. in tic collin.'atioiiso! the lawa of How-York City. Mr. O'J'rleii'r mis-ion wns a political on> . He ea(ne hero willi lb rn.inl lii'Jiri to OPPOBS the Lo,.-, vdt bill, win. h d.pnvts tho Boaid of Alder? men of N". w ,.uk, after January 1, 1888, of the power Di confirm tbe. Mayor's BppOJBtlOBtB of booda of iiepiufiieiiis. roWoo Jnatlcoa smith ami Pat . .ni Un- iitliti h.uni, Inti nd in aappori the lilli. Mr. O'llrieu ls of thc opinion that tl would not be la thO hV tc:e?( ot the taxpayers of New York lo (ive the Mat or. f that c.t.i i.i.r.--liii ted p?ws> to gppolal bead- of tlc fBBtflaaaOa, Ba predicts if ti,,, ppm koooaaaa L_-_-f Jr** _| I)e'u"e!i.t will be .L.t.! tb ,', YVi"! *?**"]>; "c "I* ??M pwwnlae Joba K.llj and HabanO. Ihompsoi, eli il,,. p,i?,?l(C), they des red f..r Tam,,,,,,., H .11 and the ('.?,,., y H 1,? ?_. v and thu* secure bia own n-t-i. ct,,.,,. There wo. ll hen follow an extravagant so-erniaent. Among other evils that would come bum Hie .Hy would rarely bo there sd tioli,i?i.ni.f.Mt.Ti???,.,,oii u Commisaiouer of Pubic Worlrs. No Republican csndldaU foi bCayoroould nowt lill eli',' bS Ciel tl ,1 ' ?"'?-. his ni-., i .-a nu-, i Dom Bepabllean membera of the Lm_w ll.lllle ll,al Mesfts. (I'Dll, ,,. BhdlU, ralterreII _,?l (,,?,.1, were opposing the adoption of tim prohibitory amend? ment b> the 1/a.i- .it ir.-. Among othei uteutb ri Hneaker Bb. .id had bc'-n c. tisnlted on Ii lb- wai ilifonned li> thc New York publicans that If the amendmeni adopted thornlands of Germana W'"i t \-i igalnxi thc I:, publican candidates in-x; i?,i. ] Uere would esptH-iully be ?? !"-* Of llci'ii ?"! i'l tn. lillie; i Ol till lr';"-! lillie | he -p. akei replied that th Republican platform adopted ut Kn hilt lil .-pi ki a gave a pledge thal an ami udmeui ie submitted to the people, and tba) bc ll pledge oiii'ht io h.- kept. Other Republican "|.rs of tlie Le glsleturo made tl Ij wm n ? 'i" ..-k..i ia. Lr opinion about i suil tbe city Republicans wore gem-ial] Hie a ci dinf-ii! .u?i u?. v,,u. u,,?u ,, . ',' .los,, iu. the Ueuutcral MU'' ag.tiu?l lt. PUILAD1 1 I'D/A I I.m, li- P.! 1 11.H. I'liM.Ai.Ki.i'HiA, Jan. :iO.?A triu- bill hi <alliht Hr ..j. mi.,i- nf ibo old I.r.u d _ stock brokers, charging them wita) conspiracy and smbci" 7.1cineiit. growing ..ut of the trouble* of the People's Pus ... ur. r Railway. Thc partner* who (omivised thc Arm Waaa arrested wine months BOT anti released on ball (tending the acllnn of the Onad Jury. There ure six't .11 counts in the indictment. HIE BMDVCTIOIX AT EALL llIVEP. THE SCALE ANXOIXCEI***?IT AYEKAG1S ABOIT TEN I'EK CK ST. [BT TELFC.RU'H Ttl TIIK 8BBBBBB-] Fall Tiivi~.it, Jun. HO.?Thc BMfMBBB in which the operatives have been kept for a week ls finally broken, ami tho figures of the reduction have been male public. The schedule of prices ls very long; and ilthough lt streets those employed in several departments of the factories, 110 two depart? ments are affected alike. Thc reduction which wus antici? pated would not reach 10 per cent in every case, but is tajui', alcnt to that amount; while In some it approaches within a small fraction of ll per cent. The weavers, who arc now gc tt lug 21 ceuts per cut, will get 18?_ cents, a reduction of nearly 12 liter cent. The spinners, nuki lg warp yaru, getting 3% cents per hundred hanks, will get only 8 cents; and spinners getting BAp cents for filling yarn will get 3"< cents, making a reduction .on spinners of over ll per cent. The schedule of reduction is not tho same as waa pre? sented to the Hoard of Trade at its meeting this afternoon, owing lo several changes being made in tbe Interest of operatives. The nilli treasurers were given the scale aud will post copies in the mills to-morrow. 8l10r-KKi.11.11s and 0PBBATITB8 ivpkivavt. Tlie re?ult of'ho meeting of tho Hmrdof Trade, and th.-refusal to treat with tho r-plunrrs toward effecting a compromUc, ls severely crlllel-vd by business men tn the city, who think such wholesale reduction unwarranted. Thc BpC Bil I BB are Indignant, und boldly assert thdr ib tennlnHtlou to strike. They look upon these rates as unfair, and alined directly at those who have families to provide for, ami who must necessarily work harder than unmarried people. The weavers, who are to feel the effects of the reduction more sharply thanot her operatives, aro composed mostly of women. It is thought hy them that they must bear tho brunt of il, because tbej ur.- disorganised abd unable lo participate lu a strike of any length. Nevertheless, Inducements will he made lo efleet their-onion within a few daya, and to have them join otlicis ii, the (trike which ls inevitable. ADVOCATING A SIK1KF. Ft it tary Howard In an interview said : " The P.oard of Trade has ROM beyond all limits of fairness, and seemed, rather tha nil" J11-t lee to ? ard tho nj...ra: lu*, to Invite hos? tilities nml rend the bonds of fri.'iitl*hlptliiit have existod between employer and employe since the settlement of the las! dillie.,ty. There ls no el nnco far argument. Ibo manufacturers are Lound to n.le. Hint can bo Stopped only by lina and n-.solute oppootttOB such as is manifested In a well managed strike." After other remarks concerning the opposition of sev? eral inHntifucturers to this outrageous cut doWB, ba quoted the following milk and Agates, showing tba profits niitde daring the int quarter of toe year 1 Union. pB7,B00| Wiunpauoiig, |18,0001 Btaiford, |0,000i Merchants, 89,0001 Sagamore. |14,000i Bonier City, 100,000; Globe, yarn, ifl 0,000. "Is this," Bald he, *rrunnlng thc mills at a loss I " The Spinners' Colon hold ix special meeting to-morrow niribt nmi ihe mass of operatives will abide i.y its action. The reding among cotton operatives to-night la so strong? ly lu favor of a sd Ike that 11 ls probable that tho required two weeks notice will imt bejpveo to Hie manufacturers bates the mills are compelled to shut down. LOCKED UD FOB MAURY ING. MABTLAKD PATHKB 8EXD8 UH JI Vl'MLE S(.N To IHE nm Bl ul" BBPCOB. |nv 8BLMBAFB IO nu: Tiiim-sir.] Bai.timokk, Jan. 80.?Mrs. Charles Cope, pretty and in yean old, w.i'.k. 1 ,'.. ir mll'-s out of the my t0-<lny to tho HoaOO Ot HofOgO, tO 008 her BhMtOI ti -j ear old husband, who la Ci'liliii'il tin ro on a charge of being incorrigible god beyond Un- control of his father. The bridegroom is the son of Charles Cope, ar., a wealthy ICOlflOBl of Ilaltlinore County, living on Uoland-ave. nt Ilampdcti. Young Charley mar? ried Mary 1'nrter, daughter of a poor widow, a t|the b"U?e of a frleisl, John T. Poller, lust Thursday, contrury to his futher's wishes. Tho bride was scout., da** by ? . ... Piled willi tours a*. t?lio recalled thc. circuiw-trnit M following the marriage, "After the ceremoni," she .-aid, ?'werenrilned at the house of Mrs. Porter, intending to come to my mother's Batnrday evening. On 8at.inl.ty muming, however, my husband waa in i.-st-al by order of his father, find taken before Justice Dorsey, who committed him to the Doom of kc rage upon toe change of being Incorrigible, My husband bas sued out a writ <>r hain ns cm pus, ami ho will be released to? morrow, I nm sure." Bbc added, blushing: "They thought be was too young Ki many, inn I don't llilnk sn. 1 nm .pille sure w e'know our minos and hearts too, aad the horrid old law cannot separate us either. Tha reoeoa why Charlei'.?, father ? il t.i mir marriage was that be ls a Catbollc amt I mu u Protestant There could not be any other objection. i would bave been willing to be married to charley by a priest, but tbe old gentleman prevented that j so we gol nurried by a Metfiodlst minister, winn i visited my husband to-day iti the [louse or Refuge he wis quiet "aad expects to be released sure to-morrow. We baa ipilte a long talk. It ls funny, tan't it, Inaoti aji_ai i tiwi mau lu a pl,ice where tbej keep bad little boya f* Toung (Dope and bis bride are boto admitted to be of good character, snd arc general favorites in the mm. iniuilty. Aithoiich thc bride attribute ber father-in-law'! movement against tbe young man to a disllka to her re? ligion, the genera] opinion ls that thc old gentleman ob? jects io her tumut on social und Monetary grounds, it appears to be the general opinion thut If the father makes the effort he can keep lin sen In tho Boase of Refuge, under tho low of the atnie, until Lo becomes twenty-one years old. BAOr.Af.E BECOVEBED AT LAY HEAD. bo PBOBABitmr ok ira bmbccbba apara paip ANY SA I.V Ai. r. "nr ISUMBAM IO tiik Tinnrsr..] BoBTOK, Jan. HO.?Thc State detectives who wen seat to Gay Head to look uflcr property washed aahore frooi theCltyofColuiabua, haven turned i ton With a large iniaiittty ..I ja rsi,na! baggage, dome of which hilBOthoon id milled. Thc Indians and others vi.'ucl thia pr.ipciii from the waves arc not likely io ii ia h.; rim null age. Lvcrythiug was surrendered to the Btata oiiiei ra, eaeb helder betog roqiitatrtl to stat e the amount of his cl Im for servii es. Thc sum ueked for silt lug trunks was rn mn*t (ascii .?j*."., bul always with the pun iso, "if thc owner ls able to pay." One colored man who ood a valuable trunk la his charge was asked how numil bc \t anted for iii- sci let -, aad s^ni, ?? W.-ll, If the owner itt as poor as I am, I wouldn't taken cent; but ll . li h, 1 ,-l:or.| t like B dollar." Thc shirl's, bell with fixings, and apiece of thc tieck '.vent ashore about four miles from the wreck. Little of nie veesel ean now bo seen above water. Tbe popular subscription started ta itoeton a fewdnysago by toe varloua newspaper*, now amount-, to ^l.U.'.'J. CASBIEB ABBOTTS INIQUITY, a in iiii that BB mk wt TO TABB mnr.K iii n di;i:k tihusaxk. lui xataoKArn Tt, TtiE in ino. e.] Rosins, .Inti. ::<>.?Li,ter derolopflBBBtB in fhe Waleriown Bunk defalcation pince ('ashier Abbott In u still worse light. An expert, who is exanilulug thc hOOha, ('Ill-over.,'! tod.iv thal ?JH.OOO, in addition to the ?'11 .Ooo alu adv kim,neil, had bOOl Bteloa. It ls ii,ut ttin mole asap bb ihowa io i.,t\t disappeared. Hank Examiner Med baa la also ut Mink making an Investigation, one of tba directors ia of opinion that Abbott Intended to dear ont the haBk "ii r-ct iud a*., taking the 8300,000 in loan-, Hu available money, t*i7,OMi, and, alter getting into Can.ubi. ollnr to compromise. The fortunate action of Parker, the BBaooBBfar, in closing Hu vanita during Abbotra ubscuce.it i< mo lit'Vcil, prevented tbe Ibm .mm carrying out his project. TELEOBAPB1C NOT I.s. TO REPRESENT PEVHSTLVAVIA. Htiirl-iii'IOi, Penn, Jan. BO. Governor Pattison hag nominated Tor appointment by the Piertdeat .lames Long, of Philadelphia, to !><? cominiiMiioaer for I'.unsylva n ii io tuc World's iinliistii.il und Cotton Centennial Er* position at New-Oricans. lt il. rhona***, ol Mofihanlca I burg, was selected un ulterriate. \ BOLLUTQ MILL TO HTUll UP. m wno, 1'ciiti, .ian. :k*. -lt I* learned to-day that a ! portion "i lb* Philadelphia and Koadlng Rollin* Mill, whichi '? N< *'? v.-ur. will start ap to-morrow. Most of the inue'iii ? i . ... i b..i;|i .1 lo liaiiiiil.', b .1 : will ll"'- )?' i cl 1.1 I.. '1 I" ll I move wo* trouble with Hi I tavtOelwboi 1 to vroik al lbe a i \ RUMOR OP A STRIKE DEXIED. I'ui-iii "c., Jan. .'I* Ihe re-mri ?! ttrika of Stove , ntotihli "? l"*-'" iiioiild. r? claim tt. men I,., la in p I ? elli Itdll'tioil tl. ' andi:. -it dcm-.1 ,, ? of IT' I ... dull li A , | ..? IR) i " I PON1 il om, Jan. 30 i ? ??" ''.to ihe : ...- to tbs Ul ? I Al . I . I . .lan. 30 I tn- . ame "t Ila I ? in jilly bur, n? ju' i i." i "mt thi . > agree- sad t r' U. MOFOKM OF THF. LAND LAW& MK. MOOBI CBIT1CIBE8 HENRY GEOROE. A 8Pri.cn AT TIIK FORWARD LIBK.RAL CLUB IN niHMIMill \M. London, Jan. 31.?John Bright addressed a large meet in ic Bl the Forward I.ilieral Chili in Ilirining haui lat night. He eaiJ that after the fran? chise me.iHiiiH the most pressing ((nest ion for the reformed Parliament would hethciefonii of the laud law. He utterly BBBmBBWBBm Henry George's land propositions, saying that they were liuiHt extraordinary ami impracticable, and the wildest ever imported by an American inventor. Mr. George's gi heine began with a hitherto unheard of general system of confisca? tion, which Mr. Ilright believed would end in immeasurable evil and confusion. It was impossible, he declared, to imanine corrup? tion ensiling if the letting of plots of laud every? where was entrusted to a Government department. Mr. Uright said ho had been charged with being so entirely American that ho wanted to Americanize English institutions. That charge was an exaggeration. It was noteworthy that Mr. George's scheme, although American, had not beeu tried in America. [Laughter]. All hough there were so many millions of acres of land in America belonging to tho .-slate, it wbn surprising that no preliuiinary trial ofthe scheme had been made there, insiead of herc, where Mr. George eas a stranger. Alter an clotiucnt reference to the civil war in the I'tiiled BtatOB in which the Ninth (juenched slavery Mr. Bright declared that if would he ns great cruelty, folly nnd injustice to confiscate tho property of the landlords a to attempt again to make the freedmen In America slaves. Mr. George's plan, tho speaker said, was simply BU insult to the ciiinuioii s.nse and honesty ol' the English people. Not ci'helens thc system of lund tenure must be altered so tm to enable the laud lo uiuu' gradually and naturally into the bandi of thoea most rc.[Hiring and desiring it, most able tn pap lor und beat able to work il tor tin- public ad* vantage. Englishmen should try those reforms before attempting wild nnd extravagant schemes. Mr. Blight s rei.arks were greeted with cheers. .Iiisi pb cli.iiiib.i -iain, President of tho Board of Trade, alee spoke. He pointed to the fruits of his Bankruptoy act and Paieata aet, and promised to do -oinctliiiig daring the ensuing aeonon to stop tho scandalous waste of titp ut sea owing to ill found vessels. Hie Ifarqaia of Salisbury ^Conservative'' in n Speech at Hertford last night, said he would decide upon his 00*01*0 during tho coining aeo sion of Parliament when ho lind seen thc inca,ines Which thc Government proposed fthould bc dealt with. Ho thought that thc people shoald be lust consulted concerning00 luigi, a measure M th.- branchiae. PHASES OP THE EGYPTIAN TB0UBLE& SIIHKIt IBXOCSal l'IIUM'1'M IBB I'L MAHDI A FALSI PBorarr. Tripoli, .Tan. no.?sheikh Benooaal and his tribe, who were recently reported to bo advancing to join El Mahdi, have not only not joined El Mahdi, but have dc ned that he is a false prophet and an adventurer, and that lloaanlmana mnal on bo account follow bini. Lomon, Jan, 80. Joooph Chamherlaia, Preoi* dentof the Board of Trade, tn his speech at the Lilicral meeting at Birmingham last night saul that England was not going to allow the war with El Madhi to interfere for A Bingle moment with the projected reforma and improved institutions which England ia making every effort io develop ia Egypt, and by which il ia hoped aa* emili may be given tn Egyptian liberties and thc people educated for independence and self-got du? mont. Cairo, Jan. 30.?llaker Pacha, with 1,600 landed Bl Trinkitat on Monday, and a a additional bodj of 2.000 men I on Tuesday, Completing tho force for the relief of lokar. Nearly 20,000 rebela aro between J rinkitai and I ikar. Tha tirsi hatti.; will probably bc tonghi where Captain Ifonorieff the Bri tiah Con? sul at onakun, was killed li,- the re hols, seven miles distant, aa the rehek ago massing at that point. Small bodies of the enemy whicb approached ts it bin 4.ooo yardi of the camp were shelled by thc British gunboat .Sphinx. General Gordon has arrived at Assouau. CAPTAIN' AND TEE MEN FR0I5ABLY LOOT. I.'INDUS', Jan. HI.?Tlif steamer Rhywabona, hound from Holyhead to Caidiil", struck on a group of rocks near (.'ardill' laat iiitrht. Tho mate, live men and a boy .-scaped in a sin ill b af. Half an hour aft.-r hat [og the steamer they Baw Inr lights disappear. The captain and tan men remained on board thc steamer uud were probably lost. MR. BRADLAUGH AND THE OATH. London, Jan. 80.?Mr. Bradlaugh has expi hla aeqnieecenee in the aug goat lon ol'Mr. Labon* chi ic, his collcnguo from Northampton, that he make no effort to take the oath on tho opening of Parliament, bat remain below tho bar. On Febnt* ary li, however, ho will advance to tho table of the House of Commons in order to take tho pro? scribed oath. Meanwhile sir Stafford Northcote will uiake iii) timi iou hostile to Mr. Hrudlaimh, and Will not support any Conservative who docs. THE JEANNETTE VICTIM*. Mi i-i i .tv, Jan. 30.?Lieutenant G. B. Har titr ami Muller tv. B> Behaetae, eaeottiag the bodlea ot Nontenant DeLang and eouradea "f the Jeaaaette ex? pedition, started lat Haaatmrg to-day on their wap to America A procs-loii followed the collins (ollie rail? road station, where the ehtaf Lutheran pastor of the city delivered nu address. Maru wreaths were depos? ited on Hu- collins, Including ona from tho student! of thc Moscow University. AMERICAN HORSES IN ENGLAND. London, Jan. 'JO.?Thc follow inf**;acceptances for the city ami Suinirii'in Bead leap barebeea aaaouaredi Hntler, J. It. Keene's lillie draft*, P, Lorllliird'-i (lertil-l, Bat lunn nml Aluinttforil and F. T. Walton's QlraM For the Cbecttr cup Mr. Ixtrill ml 1ms a-tented for Sachem, for tha Worthamptoaahlie Blakes fer Ooaaaaeho aad for tiie Uneolnshlre Handicap ter Oerald sad Abbotsford. siltier ls also amoBj tn'-.iptanees for the latter handi? cap. ('.lunn,f iii- beeu -, rai'lral from theentrlea for the Oreat Metropolitan Handicap, INDEMNITY FOE AMERICANS DEMANDED, (.'iiN-iAMiNuri.K, .lan. 30.?-General Wullaco, th.- Anuri.aii Minister, baa eaasaaded from the Porte u luil. liiuity of ii'J.oiMi on aeaoaal of tho alleged Illegal arrest of Iir. Ptlaiitn, un Aiii.-ricaii, by the GOTeraOT "f Aaaoai -iso aa lademniti foi Hie liuerican ti *? who were reeeatlj murki u by Kurdish brigands mar A ua loila. --? A THEATRE IN BANTIAGO IN DANGER. [nv i HRBAl an sm ni 4MBBKUB I viu.i..) Valparaiso, .lan. AO?via Galveston.?A wtae aedega, aear the Onad Tticatrc.m Baadagoitia on liie, (tU'l tin Un alic il 'elf ls lu Imminent danger. EMIGRATION TO THE Dominion. BOW TBB PBOPUt ABB -imiiD?A BPl'K.cil nv 1 UK MABQCM ul l.oii.vi*. Loudon, Jan.SR?At a meeting of the So clt ty af Alts lu-t cvcnlni*, over which t.i.: Manpiis of Lome paaatded, a popes a ts wad <ti-,'-n-t?inir the tin. ..tina of cnikiation to Canada, lt wax ass-irte.l that only etnl (mtrits of irooil. ii iracter were s.-tn to the Domini.m. The murnea Loalaa aaa hiiomatad ta the wurt of the Bails gration Beeiety and waa i-ii.Huh- it her aid. cuadiduioa hraaatgiattea are toerarj XbbX fill cxatiiiiiitfoii. uinl arc not foi warded until Information Bate, so that a commit* ie. un.y m. et I'lem up iii tii' u un i, ..I. Ul \ '.all, lately Iii*,'') Coiiitiii-ioiier for (.,,.?,, i,.tif,'t,iiii)a, na "T land iii tha North" ?*. ?*. bad in ii *,ivi Bawajr in fonaa aa Iha atapla condi? tion thal the f?rmcri Should hive the Hah! of ownership. 1 ? i tdlaaa thaa disapprove aud relei I tn ?l Henry i Th. .M.ti,au- ul Lorne said thal lie bad been arremAly mr pri i-i 'I '. 1'iiilHirtliiK to bare rmanatetl trom Ni ~ Vork. wbleb asserted that :e iii ,i I Ull u.ll .Dill were (oin t fr) r.er.uii to the di Hf II1| . ? allier ?emili,,U <>( i in- bad led lum to Dtunj people in America were ? kti'Ui i.n, ,, nn.tt lu Hain ami ull tbinfS ? Kt far ,i- I ?', 1 > llii-l> of till- , ,4.l..-. Bul '*". Ow 'name uu.^ LujilUhmtu Atlantic to iniike them forget that their own flock tri America hail thc ilr-t elaina u|Kin tlieiu. 1-? ? CANADIAN PACIFIC MATTERS. I BI TKI.KVRAPI! TO THR ritlBt. IE. i Ottawa, Jun. :*JO.?Tito announcement that the Grand Trunk has made an offer to the Dom' Inion Government to lake the Canadian Ta* rifle off tho bandit of the present contmenrs without asking any additionalconcessions for completing lt, i* embarrassing the (I.ivernment, which had Ju?t ma? tured a measure to submit to Parliament, hy which it ls proposed to loan the Canadian Parino $?-'*?>,OOO,OOO on bonds of the road. Them is a strong element In Parliament which opposes the loan mid itu condition as to security on Ihe ground that thc stockholders were indiicftl to purchase on the hi? llel that there would he no mortgage Bgataat the line mid that they would have the Amt lien. If the road ia now honded to tho Government the bonds will he thc r!r*t charge on tho asset* of tbe coiniinnv, -really reducing thc value nf the company's stock. The senora] manager and solicitor of tbe Onad Trunk, as well a* (he pr.-identlof the Canadian I'aciflc, have had several Interviews with the Government to-day, and further developments are anx? iously looked for. -?> TELEGRAPH nrsiNK.ss in CANADA, Ottawa, .Inn. no.?The annual report of the Mlnl-tcrof millie Worts sui. mil tel to Parliament con? tains statistics showing that so far as government man? agement of teleirrapliH ls concerned avery unforiun ito re? sult has beta reached in Canalla. The lines built have cost nenrl) ?t'-*(H),(M>0. Tho expenditure last year was ?f.-.rt.noo, while thc receipts were only $27,000, BBOWlBg a loss of over SO per cutt. Many ot thc?o lines ure in remote atmrtcrs ?hut even a perfect system, such as that taken over from thc Wesf.rn Unpin Cotopriny In British Colum? bia, shows a similar result. Theea lines cost fy 1,000, the BipandHlUB laat vc ir was gSB-OOOt while thc ravcnuo was only *'24,0)>0, showing a loss of f 11,000. The appen - (lit contains figures from thc lines owaod hy theGre.it Northwestern Negn*pB Company, of which fra ?tu Wlinan, of New-York, ls pre.|tl"iii. Thc ntimhcr of tele? graph office* In connection tilth this anti other prirate Baes la Panada i* 3,250, or one office to every 1,014 inhabitants, wbUe in the United Btatea there ls only ono Office Io every *!,7<)(> persons. The ntiinlier ol meesagea sent, from each office In Canada wan 1,411. The report couti.ins a letter from II. P, Dwight, e-eiicrui maaaaer, which state* that in mileage of lliiesnnd mimtier of offirea In proportion to population ('unalla exceeds Rngiand by Dearly four io one, aad that Cnn..Hun tolls are probably the cheapest In the world. The Great Northwestern Telegraph Company scud-, t.n words 1,800 miles for twenty-are cents, ead betweea nil towns within twelve nul.,,' (fist BB (11 for fifteen cents. FOREIGN ROTES. LQWDOfl*, Jan- BO.?Norway has dispatched a man-of war to .Viitlatrascar. Dt'ttiiAN, Jan. HO.?The /.ulu King Cetewayo m.-.do his eeeape from Bkowelaat Donday, ami ana recaptured the next day. IriMHiv, Jan. 3.?Tho Central Rewa sensational dis? patch from Kharkoffyesterday, aile,-lng the discovery of a plot for poisoning the (.'/.ar and for a jreneriil uprising of the peasantry In Little Kussia, and aborting that special officer Hahieloff, sent by Colonel Budelkin t" Kharkoff to hiTostliatti Nihiiisin, had been easaaainated, t.< denied. London, Jan. 30.?Reports of the havoc caused Ity the late Kale In the North continue to inulilply. Within a ra? tlins of tea miler, of A vr 900|000 trees were blown down, 100,(100 ill the eslate of the Martinis of AUBB. A PAaSENOBB TKALS WRECKED, SF.VK.N* PBBBOffl WVWt, ntl' BOXB NtBIOUBLY? THU WAILS Sl'IllAD. Rochbstkb, Jan. 30.?The north-bond paaana uer nain on the Erle road, due at Boohegtag at (S:10 p. iii. yesterday, tvns wrecked one milo and n half cast of Mouth Livonia Bl AUB, The accident v. is caused hy ihe spreading ot' the rails. Oneco.ttli was tipped over and the rest of tho traiu wus thrown fi.mi thc truck. A few persons In the over? turned car were injured, hui none asthma!J*. Con? ductor J. Xl, How'.anti had au ann and shoulder slightly broiaed, U.K. Bqnirea,ot Corning, had a lip slightly cut. H. Kantie, of Cannstoia, tvus cut on the ch ok, and his auu was hriiiocd. Four others tt iii' llighttj hurt. THROWN DOXVS AN EMBANKMENT. |nt TE1.t*i*I*U('ll TO TIIK TOIBI'NK.l Nkw-II.wkx, Jan. 30.?A train ou the Xctv ITaveii ami Northainnton road, which left thi* city nt 7:10 this lnoriiiuif, ran of the ti.uk near (irauhy. Ihe traiu waa lu <dMBQ_*a of Conductor Tboniim, and consisted of siuokitir.', beggaga and BaaaaagH ena. Ooadaatoc Thomas wits In the BBBOfctBg I ir when the ttccl.'.ent hap? pened, anti 'Hit as soon as lt left the tracie he jinn, the ben rope, ills haag aaa tenthly lacerated, aad ht was thrown o\ ??? aa i'l I iiack tip'ii tlur scats. The eugine did not leave thc rails, imt thc tanda. BBd throe car.*i be? hind lt were thrown down an embankment between twenty-live nn.i thirty f Wt trom thc track on their side. XheaaaoUag oar waa tha tiint to lctYe tho track. No one could siy what caused the accident. The train was niakinti betweea ttvciity-llve und thirty miles an hour. The aeetdent oocarrad nt what is known as cooper mn curve. As soon us tbe cara wiro overturned, some of the buming coals from tim stoves tet tire to the cars, but tbe flames were extinguished before making anyhead way. The cars ure not damaged much. Amonir' i'i" Aftoeu or twenty paaaengars nono was seri? ously Injured. Next to Conductor Thomas, the neatest ?utterer i* Putriek Ryan, an express messenger, who lives in Westlielil, ataaa.. and wno had oue of hts [rm broken lu three places. Conduetor i'i.,,mas had no bonaa broken, bul is injured Internally. Ho wa.s brough! down herooa the early afternoon nata, ii is /cued thut he will uot io cot er. The wires are down, lind it is difficult to ohtaiu further particulars. -* FREIGHT CABS PALL PBOM A TBE8TLE. Hiv -na eg turu ra MB Tnin'vi-..] POUQHKBKPBIB- N.Y., Jun. 30.?A freight train on thc New-York and (few-England broke lu two on the trestle vork at fishkill LaadlBg to-day. The rear portion run flown iii" gradi .md aaaahod tata aaothat freight tram, five leaded cars lunibleil mio tin- Hu.isoli. tearing up tin track and causing alOM of f.25,000. PaaBBBgan and baggage toing Baal ware transferred in sleighs to Matte iwnii. whence those <.log Wort wen- brought iu sleighs lo fishkill Lauding, go ouo was hurt. KILLED BY A RAI I.HO Al) COLLISlONt Pbtxcktov, N. J.. Jan. SO*?Two freight tra'.n- ou Hie I't misti', ault ll.tilroad (Blag ta BfpaattB directions i.tn ii;to..icli oilier ul l'lalti-tlioro tin , morning, nmi wara badly daaaaged. Ihe read for a timo -was basked by tlc wt', ketl curs. A ltrciiiuu, engineer and conductor wert ?criotisly In.iui. fl, KILLED BY A POWDER EXPLOSION. I't'UTi.AKi), Me., Jun. 'AX).?One of tho Oriental few leiCoiiii'any'- nilli- ut Windburn waaMoWB up this morning mel aa employe n. med McKinney wa* tilled. ?-+. CHI HES AND CASUALTIES?BJ TBI BOBAPS. CONVICTED OP MW -LAUOHTZB. I, wt A-iiH, fenn, Imo. .in. Tins sfteroooa tho Jury in the ease ol M l.l titi Hilde!,! Uni, . ll.ir'i '1 with the limul. ' ot Henry Esseltuan, returned ? \ .-t.lt. t of voluntary nun slaughter. Bent, ncc was tb tarred. A cilll.u BUHVBD I" DHATH. LAKOABTaa, l'eun., .Ina. 80. ll" thn -year-old daugh? ter ol I*. Mari/.all, of MeoBaniosburg, this county, lu tue absence of thc family yt -.ti rdav afternoon, began playing arith Are la a store, wheu hcrclothlug took fire ami-io? was fatuity burnell. A PBIfSIOM BBOKKB't I UKKdfl.AIilTIKs. li. i-n is, Jan. 80.?In the United Mates District Court Afternoon.tbe jury (bond i>e_t-r -.Hall,a well-known Jto.toii brokt r, gullly on live counts, ou charge* of de? taining )>. nsion certillcates ss collateral socurity lor loans. HOBlenra was poatpaaofl, TWO lUliDi: [SLAHDKBB DIBAPPBAB. pr.ovii'i m . Jan. 80.?Charlea and Oearga Pioatoa, i, iiu- tirst a watch sad dock thaler In rawtm kct, mul thc s' fond raliway statloeagent at i.on'duic, hate st id dwi Ij disappeared, lining their families. Tim ata> timi agant resigned his positltm, and uu tiamluatiou of bli. ai, olin's in lu pi ogre*. ' M I I-NCI-D IOU AN A1TKMIT TO MU'ltOKR. IIri.-.,N. >. Y, Jiu. 30. .lohn himth, the. trump, who I "ii'luet. r f ailis, of inn. Hudson Kit ? r Kaiiroad, ?ereral weeks nf, waa this afternoon saul.ed hy Jud^o to i. ii ycurV hard labor lu ClinU"i I'clsou. AR IaNi.INKl'.ll AND HUI MAN KU.I En. v vu Jan. 80 .local paaaenger tr tm on tneBt. i od aa ; ? m. i ?? ?? I;,.i i.ei.l .|i.iiil?'?i li-.* track ut Dtzou.Mo.,yesterdur. The euglnecr, ?? M Fal., r. was lustttutly killen, sud ibo hieui.m, K. A. lloulnnou, was fa? tal | seal dad. ?Rt i:m INQUIBY into mik ? t:-i iial.iM't ihe Candi bl i.gcon ,!?,.;. | . i t?.,hi> with < I 'Kt doors. The , , '."ii excluded, lhc ? : ? much .iu-? of lbe respcctobtllty i aufltU's fum >'?>? A BO"! M!"-Itu Pl M ll'.MR. Cn ,???Ai Sll., Jan. SO.?A Itv Iv i cur-old eua ot ol North ti.i, if. lu- ho.n. lasi Thanda! ,., ?ii,. h tune ic r. ni: bas been heard or him. He purchaaod a pistol a few days before, und lt ; tbal ba h xs arnot umaetf. i ttl ll W tin: . th Hi;, in., Jan. 80.?Tho iU'aIIs wai rant* of ' unty, ' .'inai- i.-tluy. Thc i iwu'mm till! uk.- place on Apina. AN EFFORT TO REGULATE A DAY'S WORK. A BILL IN H il t, l* OF ( ?*? I'i*< l-'R.? AND DBIVKBB BSPXyOBBBBh, IraOM THF. rt.,: I Ul t ORUI -c.MU.XT OF Tilt: TBIBUirE.] Alban v, Jan. MO.-Th* Assembly to-day debated hotly for two Lours the hours of lalior of the con* ductors and drivers of street cara in cities; Mr. Karl, of Brooklyn, having introduced a lull making it unlawful (or tho street railway eompaniea to exact more than twelve hours' labor daily. At present, it was alleged, the conductors work seventeen hour* a day. The bill drew out commeut fnun tho leading as well as the minor Members of the Assembly, even inducing Speaker Mk ard to enter into tlio ib-bat: before it closed. The Speaker, who is a woollen manufac? turer at Little Falls, on Monday night introduced a bill making teu hours of labor a legal .lay's work in tlie manufactories of the State, although with a proviso that this provision shall not pre. hide manu- ^ fat tiners from leaking bargains with their em* ployea for extra compensation for extra hours of work. Tho tpeakai was thus led te support Mr. Karl's bill as a sort of ally to his own. Heathen from the cities, like Brogan, lat lor nnd Karl, described the bard lalMir done by tho con? ductors. Hr. I.o.'-tel' thought that the bill waa actually against tho interests ol the ttoikiiipiiiau. It taught him to 1. an upon the State f?r protection cgaiiiht the capita ir-t when lu should tiu-t to hie omi cDnrts. Moreover the laws of supply und demand regulated tho payment of labor and its hours. Ibo only effect of the bill in his opinion would be to lessen the wagra of tho cotiiliictors. if the companies complied with such a law I hey would merely employ a larger num? ber of eonductora and pay thoaa jul leea. Mr. Little* ioho argued that the state ought aol to interfere betweea laborer! and the ir employers. In closing be aald that If a workingman did not like hismi> or his hours ot' labor tli.re ti as "the boundless west," to whleh he could go and seek more plci- nil em? ployment. Speaker should thereupon eui. red the aerate. II. Hai.l: I am in favor of the bill. II ul I drawn lt I would hare aude the hours of laixir tea. Instead of twelve. 1 do not agree Wltb my friend Mr. Litilelohu,even if he does whis? per hate la mp ear that he will introduce a inn reMaBBB tin heirs of my employe., down to six. I will say all illili, lt thal is equally applicable, uinl my t ..inpctltore have no adraataga over aaa lu that respect i an eouteut. Mr. Littlejohn interrupting said: " My friend has r?ft ired to a jt si iu private conversation. I think his oivn sense af propriety will tell him it wae iinproj.eiiy (lone.'' Speaker Slnard replied : I him ply repeated a ti nth, as .the gentle* iiiaii has Hated. I have therefore no wllb ilrnwiil lo malt.- arid no apology to oller. As I MM, I am in favor of lins bill. I think lt Isa pei feet shame that ria ic ppp worl(iiiaincii In this country who air obliged to labor fourteen, sixteen, seventeen to eighteen hours a day io maintain their tamiltcs. I have talked with drivers ami eonductora ii|kiu theM-street rallwaya, ami I Hud some of th. in ure laborimr as many as seven? teen hours a tiny. I think from our kriowtdgf of iheae men ami til" manner In wiilch Hey dress il I, evident tbey do not live i-umptuniisly, and I say If there ls any corporation, any railroad company tbat cannot afford to pa] 'lull* help a siitlicieut amount, to be obi.tined th run-rh twelve hours of labor, lo turua competence for their family, that the Legislature ooghl to leg-date su.heoc poiaifoiis out or existence. I am In favor of pi-otection to the workingmen, not only from thc detnorallxiaa effect aad lnflneooe ot thepaaper labor of Kurupe, but the e# grimdizing power and anet of corporation.-." Mr. O'Neil said: Stripped of a aaa of irrelevant diaeoaalea this ls a simple, plain proposition. It ls simply this: Should tin- elate by law interfere In theoonducl nf private affairs! iii.ii u the question to decide to-day. Ir .-, er In Hie ;ii)lri'i..i'.\e by passing dds bi ll you may then limit thc hours of lubor In alf other departments. Voa caa fe ea* aa tho farms and say that thc farm laboier shall only labor a specified number of hours. YoueeagOto all brakemen sud eon ilm tors on tue railroads and lo all the factories and to sll tuc sawmills and say thal tiley shall work only a certain number of houta You can ko a step furl her and ?ay they shall receive therefor only a certain c. mt imo sailor!. You m.iv to even a step further still and sty (nat every product or the factory undine farm shall !??? sold for a Riven uni. lu fact you may peiaeeoi lu thal direction . ll h..ul built. Hpeak'T Sheard then presented an smcmli i.-ut, w Iinii was accepted, providing that the street rail? way eompaniea may Rive extra eompaaaaUoa for e\tr:i work. Re finn argued that it wee in the province ol the stat.- to interfere with tbe hours of labor of th..sir employed by corporations chartered by the Htatt. Tin- bill waa ordered to a thud reading by a vote of uh t'l mS. All tho negative votes wera given by Republican-. PBOCEEODTOfl IN BOTH BOUSES, I- (>K CUMMH TH.:-?ll I s of MIBIIBUBo N.l tv HILLS. [non tue mwitt ia flitnairtwirBimtr tn imbobblJ Alhaw, .lim. 30.?-TbB Assembly Committee oa Cities reported favorably to-day the bill for (he pup chase of Hiker's I-lantl for thc use of the Comnusslo_era of OhaHtlaa and Correct ion. The committee alto re? ported for lin. consideration of the Assembly thc House's bid authorizing the ci cation at son ral larKc parks in the '.NM and 2 Ith warda. Mr. Hinder praaaatai a bill in the A--, minc, pro? viding ihal the fn>^ ot ella lal searchers for tana, assess? ments and sales fm unpaid laxes In VOWYorkshaBMl Kneed tWO BeOaea for any search alfectliiK any oue piece of propel ty or lot an.l extending over a pei!" 1 of Icm ihan live years, and for periods eiceedlng Use .'.cannot more than live dollars. The fcea of searchers for Croton water rents abell be OM dollar for any period leal (baa Ute yours, aud two dollars for periods exceeding fire yearn. Tin- recant -uris agata tl the American News CoiT.pany Boraaltia~gMwapepeneont.il ni Hr** ~ii>.os h - i"i ~*.u-tor c.imp'.cll to ititio.liic.' a bill wita thc full.iwir.e pi .vision j ? No deli r tn Mira iii.is shall hereafter ba liable In deanna foi tbe publication of any libel contained tu any newepaper circulated, aold, distributed or published by him, niilr,s apon satisfactory proof Hint smii denier knetv that lhc newspaper contained thc mailer charged to be libel:...i-." Benator Cullen Introduced a bill to-day of interest to tbe owners ot persoaal propel ly In Ifew-Yorlf div. lt pro* thies that any tux Imposed for perm BJ i>i..jH'rt*f lu New-York, and which shall have remain id uupaldaa the Jauuart IS succeeding the year in Which lt shall have b.'cn ucl.it, n: ty be recovered with In', rest aad costa by inc receiver of taxes, but whenever lu -neb action or upon petition presented to tin Bapteaaa Dean eo tl..' part of tiie |,,1,mi or corporation taxed lt shall nppcnr tbat such person or roi jun ation was noi 1 'Kally liable tba court shall Kraut r> lief accordingly. Tim Committee on Commerce and ffavlasttoa reported, favorably tho tull allowing railroads barina termini at New-York harbor to operate ferries within teu tut le* of the termini, nnd the bill termination* the franchise ac tba People's Perry, ot New-York, unless it shall exert bte the powers conferred ?*. lt lim six mouths. Hy a resolution th..- Cotamttteeon titles was anthorlied to ptint. from limo fri time, the evil ' lu tba inn-tii'.itioii of lhc depart mci: t of Public Wotha, New York. Mr. Comstock'introduced a hill proving tb.itla pBBBM who with Intent to prevent another Ham working at a lawful trude or lo oompel thc reliii<piii>limeni ot lawful i-i.iployii.eiit .ifsjuiis Lim wltb a dangerous or other weaoou, or by force likely to produce death or Injury, sin.ll be guilty of BSMUh in the first delfin. Mr. Arkell introduced a resolution declaring that tbe Oommlttee on Canals be inst mei ed to report io thefteaaai a bili \, Iinii shall prut hie lhat ull persons, rorperattaag or. onipaiiii s using or eceupylng lands betou irrae to tbe Staten on the bonier f uuy of lae canals, ii using anj) of tho waters of iii. eaaals for hydraulic or mechanical pur* pose-., -Ililli Ix- it 'inned le pit to the iV.AXr . i.-uta'. -m ACTION OF COMM!TTBES, till* tDIBOVOArOB PAM BUM OmftUBBlOE UOl'M cs Lilt AUD BAILMAM Ai.iiany. Jun. SOU?Tbe Joint ('oiiiiuittoe ou P((l?llo lamda g.tvo a bearing on tbe Adirondack Park bills thia afternoon. The bill proponed by the special I**! nato Coinurilttee, which pro vide a for setting apart all bmibt now owned by the "State in the Adirondack retion fir tho purpo.so of protecting tha sources of rivers aud canals, waa advocate 1 by Senator Lansing and ex Senator. Koch and Lynde, who composed the special t < inn,itt.te, Benator Hutt cn, As-eiiib;ymea Un.Uh, l-jwln, Beokwtlh i.ndt'urtls, and others. What le known a. tho ('bamber of Commerce bill, which p. nv idea for the acpilrirmiiit of a l.trite area of private Units lu addition t. those now owned by tin- r-t ate, waa inform illy discussed. Li-Hcnator Vefetal rc** unsted that a hearing on the hill be held some day mit week ia order to allow a targe delegation of KOW-Yoffc clti/ensUi appear be fora tbe .omniluc*, aud in cou.',.... ice .-.uh hie ' wan lived ii|-ili as thc d .1 WlifhUia eon.iiil'.tire snail Sfala take up the subject. I mai .-cUoa will probably then betaken. The Committee on Internal Affairs held a he.irlrg ea the prohibition amnndflteal aad will report favorably. The bellata Committee on Mi.*.'ell u.>>nts i/orporaUpea and the AsaeUibl] Comuilttce on Public Bealla b. ld a Joint session this ..Itei-utHia on fenalor Campbell's bill crealtnic ii medical faculty, to consist of niue membaaa ? li..11 ; osseaa , .h.iii'ima be la. .dtf .'lal! cn- tl af "Ix allopatoic alni two In ino opH(bl? tractitlonera mal one edeetle practitioner. Fran tie I Btle blcUou, of New-York : l'rotvakor Loou.U, ul (Jw creallliK ll medical rum.ly, to consul ot unie n.ciin and to be ap(.." d bl thc (lovrnor, whlc'.t shall post the power uow vested In coiie.aea for thc exauilna of st.iiliiils and tho arantin? of diplomas, (he fa.