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IVEW-YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1884 PRICE THREE CENTS* INSISTING ON VOLUNTEERS THE SENATE AND RELIEF FOR GREELY. TUE WI?CB BRPORT RKJKC1EI>?PRECIOUi TIME LUST IN DEBATE?Mil. M'I'HEBSON'I VIEW B, inT TKI.rc.RAPH TO THF. TKIHIVK I Wasiiinoion, Jan. 31.?While brave men are ex posed tn untold dangers, etarvinir, perhaps, am hourly facing death, Congress spends days in di* BBBBmW thc (ltiestion whether volunteers shall ro tt the relief of Groely or whether the President Bhal be given jxiwer to select the men he thinks bea titted to perform thin duty. The Senate haa ad jourued until Monday ; the House will fight tin second battle of Bull Hun otc sgain in debate to-morrow and Saturday a decision upon the Creely relict bill can, then-tore not be rt ache.) until the beginning of next weel and then only if iu the meant!OM the uew confer MN ((.nulli.ittee, which the Senate appointed to day, after rt fuming to adopt the report of the firs cm', can nee its way clear to lnuiutain tho diguitj of the Senate by insistiim upou thc adoption of Mr SaulsburyV amend.mut and refusing to yield to tin House. Willie thin BX going on the Democrats ii the fcenate will probably attempt to rcopei tho discus-lion on the question ol authorizing the Prc ti "lc nt to expend an unlimited amount of money for tho pwfusnd expedition, ai provided im iie present bill, li tiny should sue' teed in this it will bc ditliiult to nay when a dael* jon will be reached. VATOUM IHI- CONKKRENCE liKPOKT. At the close of thc inorriiug hour. Mr. Hale called lip thc (Sport cl the conference committee signed ly hhnSfllf ami Mr. Miller, of California. He spoke warmly in favor of adopting it, ]ioiutittg out thc ^?cessity for prompt and decisive action hy Congress. There need be no fear, Ik caul, that anybody would be compelled to go it.'.tiust his wiil, but he thought that thc President trirt.ugh the *Sccretary of the Navy, ought to have the power to search the service for thc bsst men foi the expedition. Mr. Hoar agreed with Mr. Hali and said that he had come to bbs conclusion thal tho House iras right in this mat ter. Mr. I'luuili BOf tested that it might ho well to detail the ofticen who arc to join tho expedition, but tho rank am! J: le, he thought, ought to be composed of volunteers. The oflicen always roi eh ed all thc credit ami fame on such occasions and tin men none. Mr. Miller, of California, strongly de? fended the report of the coufcrees, and Mr. Frye mBBBtmhi thut most so-called forlorn hopes manned by volunteers had turned out failure..-.. In foui cases out of live, he added, the right kind of lueu fur the proposed service could not be got under thc volunteer system. MR 6AILSIHKY OK HIS OBXtUWAt OPINION. Mr. SanUburv announced himself as still uncon? verted to thc opinion of tho House aud that of the majority of the Senate conference committee. He resented thc interference on tho part of tho S . i< lary of tho Navy in " telegraphing" to the House to defeat the will of the Senate, ns soon art tho Senate had screed BOOB) the proposition to send volunteers ouly. Mr. Mi 'Pherson favored the rejec? tion of the cotifeieiit e report. He hoped the Senate would not concui in it. Tho provision iu the bill which authoii/til the Presi.h nt or thc Secretary of the Navy to expend an unliiiiitcl amount of money in lining out this expedition,was oue which, for "sublime audacity aud bold impudence," was wit inuit a rival. Upon a vote to agree to tho report of the conference committee, the nays were J_7 and the yeas 2**?. MR. at*PBMBBOW ATTACKS THE BILL. The result anuor.r.iol, Mr. M. Pherson again at? tached the bill. In his opinion it was a matter un lieaid of to appropriate an unlimited amount of money and viitnally gi\c the Secretary of the Navy jiiihit to sxpsad u es In pleased, while Congress WM in BSSSioa ai"! able to vote any additional mihi required. It would bo an injustice to the taxpayer* and it would bc far better to go to Murk at once anil 'frame a BOW lull, limiting lhc amount to a fixed -um, than to at teinpt to pass the present one. It sronld noi bedif* ficuft to ascertain tbe amount Deeded quickly. In 188011 ilnliiot take the Secretary of the Navy two days to ascertain, by telegraphing to the Pacific Coast, what was needed. Under the provisions of ths bill, as it now stood, ths Secretary might give sonic favored contractor a com? mission to build a fleet of Vcsr-els to send to the North Pole. Being reminded hy Mr, Alii-"ii ofthe tact that thi- bill originated in a iteniocratic Hon-.'. Ur. McPherson rather hotly replied that lie didn't care whetbei it dui or not, ]|e helli Ins commission from the people oi New-Jer? sey, and to then alone bs wns responsible. MB. ii ai i DI i : Ni'.- mi: BILL. Mr. Hale declared with some feeling that this v.i- not a bill of the Secretary of the Navy, lt was the work of the ll"ii-". before a committee of whleh both tb.- Bt (-let my tl Wax iinii. the Bi notary of the Kat] appeared to fire their views as to the beat Way lo relieve (irct ly ami his pan v. The Secretary of tbs Navy had no int. rest in the lull, other than that which belonged to an honorable, high-minded mid ciliciciit public officer. Msaan, Cameron and McPherson engaged in a ' rou of thc bill now that the Benatehad re fused to adopt the report of the conference oom. mutee. Mr Cameron thonahl it wns dead; llr. McPherson regarded it in the light of a suspended cass of animation. Mr. Sherman was of the opin? ion that it would be discourteous to tbe Hones to i'l'r.iiliice a new bill at this time. He was in fuv..r of sending volunteers only. Hs thought H winn': lo stilt! ninan upon Mich a dangerous aii.i. ha/an' oas expedition against his will. Mr. McPherson disclaimed any intent ion to bs disc,tuitions to the House, and after some remarks covering mnch tbe same gronnd taken by him be? fore, moved that a vote betaken upon tbe motion to appoint a new conference oommlttee. lbe mo* i- agreed to without a dissenting Toto, and a committee appointed by tbe chair, consisting oi Messrs, Hale. Sherman an.! Banlsbaiy. Later in the day Mr. McPherson introduced a bill, the same in substaaos asth.it which is now under consideration, btu which restricts the amount to be expended to $500,000. * i. '? ii t'i, H.F., dan. .11.-The Newfoundland waiing steamet Beat \*>.is sold totlay to ihe Ameri? can Government for the coming Qreely Relief J:x pedition. sbe isof the san aga and tonnage, and of the mum build, as the lost Proteas. Bhe maree bt. Jtiliu n tor New-.oik a week heine. -? OAUilPl.L) AND lUZ JOHN POKTKK. a sT\rr.Mi.NT nv KBMBSBBTATITB PHELPS. IBY TELKOKAVH To THP. TlllBC-JK | Washikoto., ju... :n. lssustsng tho ?tan? nie..! that he hais in hil pSSSSSStSa some important I.nvate letters, wri ten by QSBSSB.OaiieM in favor of I'i I l John Porter, and whi. bhe iuu-nds to read in the course of his speech on th- Porter bill, Mill, iam Walter Phelps to-day said : ** It is true' that I JI PX ?rt. i;,l letters written bf Gctieial Garfield, but I do not think I shall read any of them except the one to General Porter, in favor of a board *>f renew, and that has already been pub? lished, 'ibe other letters were written later-one of them to Scott Lord?but I strongly lon t tbe propriety of making them public, ?"(icneral Garfield was a member of the court mar il, ami thew i-crisoiial aud confidential letters I think, should not be put into the case even if bv aa doing it wouhl be made stronger. The bill eau ii and on itu manta Oeaeral blocuui has desired that Mr. Phelps ihould sum up tho case in behalf of Porter, hut ex iovcrnor Curtin, who was first lixed upou to make ?a closing speech ou that side, is '.ul anxious to do so, und Mr. 'helps will, therefore, speak at an earlier stage of he discuHsion. Gcner.il slocum is anxious to have . linal vote ou the bill to-morrow, and will try to e- nie it. "Jf tbe opponents of the bill do not en Bge in filibustering, lt will pass the House to-mor OfW," he said. It is uiidei_tood that several amendments will bo It.Tt.l, ami unless they are ruled out on tt tints ol rder, some rather animated orocctdinge may be xpected, A CHILD SXTALI.OXXS HITS OT GLASS. [MT 1 111;.,ll UH TU THE Tftinrxp..) ?S? iii.nkctaw, Jan. 31.?A three-year-old .did of ttr. Apclgle oil a glass vial la places UHLty, swab lowlnr some fni*-mentit. Illsngnnl^lng fhrlckit attracted lo- fiitiier'M nit. inion. I'l-onipt emetics probably saved the child's life. _^ THE PRESIDENTIAL CANVASS. THE PREFERENCE OF ILLINOIS. LOGAN Till* KKI'tnUCAN KA VOW IE -LINCOLN'S AND blaink's rilttM 1ST TKLEUnAPH TO TUB THIBl'tS.l Bloomington, 111., Jan. 31.?Ihe Daily Leader of this city publishes interviews withmo.it of the promi? nent politicians In different paru of Illinois on the politi? cal outlook, giving th.'lr views regard iii* the stronge-t e.null.lat. - mentioned lu connection with tho Presidential noniinaUomi by both parties. The Interviews will show that Logau leads all other Republican candidate*, an.l lhat ho is the Urst choice of thc mnJorit y ot tho 1) ndlnj; Kcpublicaua of the State. Ills availability ls conceded to be the StnafSSl and Ids chances for securing the nomina? tion lu Ch ic.iiro more favorable than any ot lier Western mau now mentioned minmi: Hcpublle ins. Lincoln (teems t.i bc the second choice, and has a very enthusiastic back lng from the old and yuun.er cleineut of thc party, Blaine comes third, and has muong his f. Howers many who labored for hun four ye .rs ugo. Lincoln seems t<> be n uiuu who has suddenly struck a popular chord with (he people: bm lt is to be presumed thal tin- f.eiimr would, to u pertain extent, give way it lbs LegSB ionM would do a lillie wire-pulling. , ,, In thc inn tliei ii part of Hie Pinto and In Central Illinois Lincoln ls .piite p?, rilni, mid some of the young imiIIH claits who hate come to the front during the lust few years Hunk they would carry Iheeouatry wltaoul much trouble If Lincoln's name neie inscribed nj on the Republican liuimer. with Repiibllcaiis in southern Illinois. I/igan's name ls m.'uti.iiied v. it ti m.ue favorable cuinuit nt titan any other candidate. 11LDKN LEAHS M'HONAI D AM) MORRISON. As a leader of Ihe I >eni..<i ai io hosts Tilden stands head and shoulders above all the rest ofthe proposed eantli il.il. *. Ile ls IhS Hist choice of the old Hourboti clement of tiie party, who think that thc "old mun" will not be caught napping If lie makes one more contest for the sake of the pertf, Mlinsashl follows close In Tilden's r.nr, himI na* ii very respectable showing, ile may Im- net doa n aa the second choice of thc IUIuoi* Pcmoerata while Mot n-iiii conics ihird, his strength belan neater m ihaaouU*** .rn emu,i ics of the. State than elsewhere, i;x-(ioM linn Palmer Islet! oul in the cold, aad tha Basso ai Isastst Darts u- not pressed by stthsc party. THE BENTIMKNT IN INDIANA. thi: democrats pixTi.r.Di.Y ri<rn*i- m'honald? ld-.I'lBLIl AXS DIVIIHlD? 1T1K TARIKK. Indianapolis, Jan. 31.?'I'lu- iiuni.'ijrer of The Cincinnati Jillian r's Indialla burcnu, Colonel J. II. Wood? ard, bas been inakliu a canvass by letter to uncertain the political preference*, of the people of Jthis State, and also their views iijton tho tarilT. So far BS ass r.-ielved* 4,100 replies. They imlieate Soper cent of the Democrats to he for McDonald, lind 'JO pei cent for Payne. Those favoring Payne live In towns and cities or In thc coal Held. *Mt Donald hus Ken building In Indiana for a lifetime, while Payne's forces have only bi en ut work for tw*/mouths. The Indiana delegation will bc solid fm-McDonald. Bandi loka and Tilden are only men? tioned twenty-two times ni 4,l(Ml replies. Amour Republicans the preferences ure about ns fol? lows: KUin ;< t"i pei cut, Harrison 1 j, Art uur UO, Legaa ?jo, and a few scattering. These Inquiries were made as te thc tariff question, sad then-].lies were us follows: For tariff for revenue only. 20 per cent. Furprotectlw tariff, 28 per cent. Fer Earle tor raveaue. aflordtng Incidents! protection to Amci lean Industries, M per cent. C0N0BSB8MAN MAC KEY'S SICCESSOP. a LIVELY SCRAMBU I \ri.( ith? sr.VEHAi. candi? dates IN Till: FIELD. Tut TEt.KORAPn to the isoois 1 Columbia, S. C., Jun. 'Al.?Within the past two days a considerable crop of candidates has sprung up in the Seventh (black) district, sad thc scramble for thc CougrcKrioii.il ikOSS of tho late Mr. Mackey promises to be a lively one. The following arc the most prominent advocated: ConcTesginun Bobed Smalls, colored; J.H. Johnston, Collector of thc port of Chat le-don; 8. J. Lee, a colored laW] cr of ('li.nitrion, and Speaker of thsHOOSS of Keprescntatlves during tho Chamberlain regime; Thomas C. Miller, colo-od, ox-Hiali. Master from H.-au fort County; Dr. W. OL <"rutn, a colored physician of Charleston, nnd Samuel Leo, colored, who opposed Mr, Mack, y In the last election, und ls now niling a federal position In Alabama. Looa! Republican politicians herc think the oontoo! will he narrowed down to Smalls, Miller ami Collector Johnston, with the chances In Bmalls'i favor. Congressman Aiken, speaking of tbe contest, -ays: "It ls a disti-ict in widda tne Democrats bara rery little In? terest, anti it ls given over to the negro race entirely, The right thing for them to tio i* to send Smalls, or some equally reputable neera, to (Ul Mackey'* place, und I -iui> poee they will dolt." THE ARCADIA MYSTERY. M01I MlINACn*-MIS* ASSOOMI CONTINTHS TO ll Al H. IBT IBUMMUHI TO TIIE TRIHI".**;.! Fostotiia, Oliio, Juu. 31.?Excitement over thc H-n-aliim at Arcadia, tut ti le;: lapin d lust night, (dil continue.-. Moflltt, the prophet or of tho Tillage dfllg store. Stated ihal lbs villains were still paiticulaily biller ut Lim, threatening bot li his life uml prop! i :y. Mi-s Ask conic, the lem her, wlio-e lifo ls thre.it.'neil, appears very peaeeessd, barina taught hes school as usual to-tiay. The supcrlntt ndeiil. Mr. Schrote, has known Hiss Askcome and lur passate for years, nnd lias asrsf bsard a (-ingle word fleiugsttsj to ber character. Mr. Askeesse, as states, ls a member nf tbe Methodist Church, ls a business manof raine, aod ls respected, but undoubtedly luisa good many enemies. The Bnperintendenl say.* he has received threatening (ettore demanding that ho secure Miss Askcomc's dis? charge immediately. Another letter was found late last uight, the tumult of u hlch is that the asssllanU were getting desperate, and li something was not done fortis with tiny proposed le burn the town down, tor which deed th.- school directors would !>.- responsible. The sensation is tho prevailing topic of (Milliel ?Ililli lu the village, and r.e.'ri'y erery one bas hir. Mi-jiit Ians BS u> wbo tbe guilty pardoe ant md people are rarefnl not to give roles to them. Tbs latest tluv.it ls Unit If the vonni, teacher dots not have Wiey will put I'o.vd.'i'In (lu tlt'-wn ul and blow ber up. Thc iowa nt carefully guarded by watchau n. Ill HY INO A LIVE HALY IS THE SNOW. ibt ii tri.iiM'it io Tm mamre.] LoCKFOMj Jan. Ul.?A yoong woman, (i<sc about twenty-five, wns olt.-omd lining lu u f-liiL.-iil.ir maimer aronui', the Central Depot In this city lust .\. li? ing. Mic hud a ] tnit.g babe In l.cr arin*., und her p. cull ir iictloii.s uroiiKid thu sii?pic1oiis of u. policeman thut she var Hying to dispose of (be Infant unnoliccd by thc jin I'lc sad tin tr intend, u to depart ou tho flr?f. train. Hov uti bcd her In her ttip to ono or two neighboring VBStS I ant*, ut one of which she obtalued food. She thin went down a lui'k street, alni came lat I; without the rhihl. Tho suspicious officer ltiiiiicdiiit.lv liistltuted a Search ead fOUBd that ttie Inhuman mother had bm li ii iici i Initl alive lu ii siiow-bnnk. 1 he child was rcM-ii.-tl at on I-, and thc wouian fuund lo bounder the influence ol liquor, Strands to sayshe, wai not taken Into eu*.ody, but put on beard au Peat bound train by tin- olli i, in chugs et the conductor, nun with ber child t?kcu io ttoeaester by bim. tier nasas was not ascertained. GKAND ABM! ELBCTIOSB. [ai tai aaa ii a i" cn tanais.] Tkentox, Jan. 31.?tho Grand Army of the Kcput.iic, DapaSteSSBt nf New-Jersey, cudi d Its annual oneiitiipin. tu m this elly to dav. The chief btislues- iSSM was thc eltcHon of officer.*.. There was aa excitln,,' cou ust over thc otlice of department commander, which ro sulled In las < 'lection of H. N. .Ni\in_. of Ked Bunk, after several ballot-. Ibo other (illicers ch . t d u, ie: senior vi. .??cou.mui,dir, W*. BJ. K. Miiiir; junior vlei, mi, munder, l-aiini.'l K. Rockhill, Bonlentowii; as.ii.-l.mt adjuunt-r-. i.eral, J. a. Whe.liT, Bai Hank; chui-ltiln, J. H.IIarpster. Trenton; del.Kutcs to the National I'.n cumpii.nit. j. k. WtaaVekla, ut larg*, gad B. <: Htnhi T-reuton, a B. Bsaaoa, Artery i ?,;, '?..,. ?, ruh, *', .; Camden, C. A. Bell, Orange, tl. U. Mcirltt, Mom, Holly; coonoll of administration. Churl.-- iturroiiKi.H. 1'utersoii, A. M. War, Kcw-Hriiiihwick, I? II Wills Ai? la mi. city, J. H. Hicks, Briacstoa, V. \\\ huUitau At vt ai k. ' B.iSTt.N, Jan. 31.?The Orand Anny of the K.publlc lo day (lasted J. D. Billing-, of C.ntou, depat inn i ii...i.du. IJ. t in.-ii it, Jan. HI. -At the annual encampment of the (.rand Ai my of thc Hi pnhlie beii; to-day, lia .M. lit.I,.-,of lluMri.tniw, was elected d( patt meat som ..-ii... i on thi thieu ballot. - -? TO BM FRITO BOB A SBCOaVD MVBDBB, IBT TEI.EOKAi ll lu BU TB IE f KC] Cleveland, Juu.:u.?A diapatoh bon Belle ;onlalne says: Oeoitre Artto was convict d of mun iBBghtel alMiut ten lan Af" BX Marysville, Ohio, nfl. r B Isag aad SSBBBSSS_f aaateated trial 1st murder In Hie .ml v,a? SSBtsaeed to tunny years in tl.e -Miiltcuilary. HU tictiui waa lila wlfc'? slater, tn laxtbereiniiliinof Arco's wife, dead for a roiml.l' ?nie, wei* cxhuiued In tl-1-* c..utily and ar-enlc snouxh ound lu thc tuiuntch Ut preserve the body tut 11 Te-iw. The probabilities are that Ar-co will he brought buck from Columbo-, und s tteeoutl lime tried tor his life. FALL HIV EH MILL Ut SOS TO STRIFE. tnt: RF.ntciloN not accepted?thirty thocsani OPEIUTIVI'S Al IK ("TE I), inr TELKORACH To TIIK, TRinUXK.| Fall Uiver, Jan. Ul.?The spinners'meetim-' bold to-night, to decide whether to accept thc proponed redie tion ni wui.-c, wa- Hie lat if, st that han lieen held since 1S73. Several members of the spinners* Union wert unable topiln admittance to the hall, amt were oblige.! to walt nut!,!.!.- until the result of the lncctlin* waa made known. Secretary Howard read a long letter from the Board of Trade el pit-wing regret at being foro'd tn make tho reduction and claiiiilii.' that such measures were, can-eil by out-iile liiaiiufuctiireis, who refused to hohl a conference, and put wages on a basin which, it In claimed, would have had a tendency to lerscii the amount of the reduction. Without taking any action on thia coiiri.iuiicatlon the attention ofthe met ting was brought directly to the -JBSS Hon of a strike. Thc situation was vividly described ty nvral BSSBBfeSBBj who held that now was the op? portunity to make resistance against the outrage ouit ri'ductton, which ( xe. did the nntlelpiitlons of every one, and that nt Its new raw tho men would bc unable to make If H per week, I"cw members spoko aunlift tho strike. The only isilnt ottered ta postpone such a Beares watt that tho operative, at present were not In a condi? tion ls remalli lille, uinl thereby off .r resistance. Failure to accomplish teeta j.inpose was predicted If a strike was decided apoa, Altar debatteg tke sutler toa bnur?, a ballot was taken au;l rc -lilted Ml in favor of a strike to hi against. A resolution passed em (lowering Secretary Howard to select twenty-tlve men as a commit tee tO dorise th heel incaii- of aecuilai Bsaiataaes for tin-strikers, ami ta adopt a eoaTM OB wmeb the strike shall bc conducted. I lils coininllteo (will report nt |a m>'?-tliitcfto b<-held Saturday night. S. entail Howard is instructed to Inform thc msnnfScUuai si tbs nctlon ofthe meeting, expressing regret that circumstances demanded tt. inning dieeaeatea sereral important facts were learned, one of which waa that since IsTIi thc colton openttYBS herc havo boen reduced 41 per cent, mitt In only one In-talice hus Ihe milli inion broil re? stored. Nu n..ii. e.- ire to lu. worked by the opciallv.-, bot they are to leave work Retarder anefaooa, aad aol return until authorised br tho committee in charin. Ibe strike will bs general, taking effect tn eran mul ta tbs elly, thereby putting aboul Hill IJ lluiueaillT ptSSOIIS (t?l ol . iiipioy uient. The uction of iho spinners' inceling iras recoil ed i>v ali classes of working people with mach sstirfru tion. The strike which ls now eatered upon will undoubtedly prov the moat illssntliiBi thlt etty ever wit ne*-cd. -*-_ THE JANUABT OU. FIELD. [nv nUKMUFfl IO Tin: TitiniNi".] Titi svii.i.K.I'eiin.,Jun. :U.?'i lie(olil wenther, nnd the decline in production und operations wldeh it usually brinirs, bail lcd thc majority of the oil trade- toort" pests bullish l. port for January. Tue figures will he published in tho moraine aad wkfl they teew a doo linc in cvi iydi vision of producing , the trade ure ill.s.i].jinlnf n^ During January ?.'??'?J wells in rc completed lu the region with a total of ll,lill barrels of new production daily' This ls distributed among dUhrsal Ileitis as follows j Rru.lford fleltl, 7'A wells, 777 burrel.- production; Allognny Brid, 71 walla, 694 barrels: Middle Held, ;.:t wells. 933 barrels] Lower field, SS weds, 778 burel', on tba last day or January than were 458 well, under wari al 189 tho rigs Mere building, while207 .vero drilling. Tho chief feature of tbe month was tbe opening of whatis kmn n us the McKinney distriet, In thc Shellicld forests. I.catling opcrntors, howerer, think it will uerer amounl to much. It ls limited in extent uml the Bella decline, rapidly. Work I- being pushed \ ig.irinirly there and thc niarUct ls Hallie tobo affected s.?ni by aewi of ihe completion of the Porter wolla. Tbe drill at this well t.i-ni_hi is dowul,Joo feet. Oil rock is 1.71K) feut from tba .-una. c. FLUNG FROM ms CABBIAGB AND KILLED. fBT Tl I.ttiKACIl Tt) THE TItinL->fB.| Cni.nntiA, H. C., Jun. 111.?William Horne M " keii7lc, n native of Scotland, and lund mspeetor In this State for tho Corida Hanking und Mortgage ?'?ini pany, of New-York, li ft this city this morning for Aiksn ['oiinty, on un Inspecting tour. V hilo he was so engaged lils horse ran PATTS uml bc was thrown out of the bugi/y lad In.-laiitiy killed, his neck being bfakSSk Mai kendle was engaged to bo marri e. I. February 21, toa Iii ut.Miyo inly, uml thc wedding cards hail ben h;*ucd. ? - A PUGILIST'S BACKBB ASSAULTED. IBT TKI.MUArH TO THU miBUSBd Toi.f.do, Jun. Ml.?A britta] light took pince it ihe Park Tliratre last night between Wllll:itii ShorilT, 'The Prusstaa," sad G. W, Bawdry, a local pugilist. lewdly was frightfully hurt la foin round-. Marc Chris ol ehaaspteaed ,-awdry, and thU mon,ing his liquor shop fas n-it.d by the Perry st. gutig, ria lu number, wbo Moulted bim unmercifully. All si* wore nrrost.d. The un.ituif ls badly snisshed. sherill* and Bawdry, tho iiigiii-is, were arrested this morning as tbey were ag for Cleveland. PERISHED IN I \o.l sioRM. [nr i; lrobai i.e. ..ti TinitiM-.] J\Mi si'iWN, N. Y., Jan. SI.?Wesley Heiser. emly eighty yeera old, bring in thc town of Dayl on. ?cut to a platt a few miles .ll-taal January !l, aad StM ll ?! I walk berna. Oa bbl way ba took supper at a friend's nd then left ft r hi-limi'd a inilc off. As ho (lld not Br? iced Iksn lt was (Baled ho hail perished lu the terrible lorin raging. Blues then hundreds have been searching, ul nothing was found until this noon, when his body was i-coteitii in ihe snow about twenty rods from his boase. n. tn"! iras caught in a fence, lie hud evidently at nipte.i to climb, and tailing bank ttTbe**iTt**Hl had frozen i death. Si50 vt Inch lu: had with him was found un luched. -*. SCARLET FEVEB IS A SCHOOLHOUSE. fBT IBLBOBAfB io THR fBIBUM.1 Nrtv-IIayi.n, Jilli ?H j fltwilet fever li a s rokeii out in tlc lamil;, of I', ter Holm, Janitor of the annan English public a bool, snd si he Urea in thc appsi ?irtlon "f (icrniaiilii Hall, ou V. ...i-'cr-st., lae suire l.tilhl ig in tillich the m hool la held, the 200 puplla wera db tinted tit-day by a Jotnl order ol the Board of Health and iIo.mIioii. Many aaaea >.f aeariet fever are reported nong children by tho physicians Ol Ii.i" elly uml catl? in- parents ure keening their children bom attendance ; both th') publlo and private BOhOOtS. CALLING JUE PRESIDENT A "lUIU.." tm* TKi.iiiiiuii do nu. nuanna .: BCBKHBCTADT, J.in. 'Al.?Nicholii-- Situciborn, sciissliigpolni. - , .Jehu Mell, ns, a cripple, ?noiiiiced President Arthur a? a "semaine dada," Met* ii. called BtBUei'.. iii a liar ami via- knocked down, lucrboru vt as Hued BB, PA8SENG1 i: AI.' fi W IS . 10 BBB. ChICAOOi Jnn. lil.?The general pMMOfM nula of the Missouri Kimi lines met herc to-day forthe irposeof adjusting the Missouri Uiver passenger rates, hich havo beo-i dSBSSraliasd forthe pu-t eight iiin.iths. [ie meeting Bee hal mullions. lt WM decided to n lop! ali rreemeni covering tbs maintenance of rates beth wara "tween Chicago sad all points on tba Missouri Stael be? reen Yankton mid Kansas City, A eomtnlttoe was ipniiiieil to .it .tt an agreement and will report to-uior B, On th.- adoption ol tia- agu cm. nt, tba Iiurllugton ni thr Hannibal and st. Joaepb -Ijpalded their Intention r* cut.nug the K.in-us titi agie.-uieiit, from Which t) i. tinily Bttbdrew, - At llI En RATlllr NOTES. OOOTAOE AT Tin: PHILADELPHIA HDR. 1*1111.nu l inn. Jan. Ul.?Tl.e coinage execute.l ut the - tea Mlut In this city during January agrrc ted 1,033,080 pl. cs, valued at 91,361,033. This winni was ii.ado apo! 80doable caries, BO easies, no ill eagles, no three-duller gold piece*, 30 dual ter eagles, i go 1 dollars, l,*_oo,ooo silver doll irs, .YiO.Ooo dime*, (01,000 ii\e-cei.t pteoee, sad972,000 eeeta. a Tl i.i.'.k viii LOT ROTfOLD. Kiv-?- . itv, .Inn. .'ll.-<.<~ueral Manager Myers,(rftbs Kitic Mutual Ti;.-rr .iiii Company, dental tba report at tba lin- hat '.cen mi; I to Hie Hanker* sad M. ri lunts' lrgiuph Oovpeay. A HOSTS CABOUMA ITATB PAH, Rai l I'.tl. Jan. Ul - The Ninth (arnlliia Slat.' Ell>ost >n Association hus been formal!* organised bare by a ?clil'g of pi'imilieiit men ia tbe Mute, wita a capital ick ol 9MMW0. i b. t _po-nion will bc held duilnc tho Ure moats of Oetebesi A IlOI.I.IMi MII.I. IV ori.KAlION ii muvi I'ci'ii, .ian. :n-Ti'- Iras la two of th-fm rr. ol ti" riiila.lelphia mid Heading rollin* null fn irih Heading wera itghtisi iu-i BTentng aud thi-mo-n i Ure flint lum of hands began wink in ' hiookniK wu " ii' I. ht IkS tish-pliitcil'.pui'.inciil. A ll.I.I.HIlAl'II MANAi.l.H Ki.sK.Nfl. fASaiBOTOB, Jun. tl. - Joliii D. (1.ilk. manager of the ?rleiit I alon T( i' urai'H ottlt -tt1?>ii In lbs "i i les "i lbs lia.tiiiior*; und ohio legrapa Ooinpany. (il'1'n-l.i. PO roBEIOH OOHTBACfT hABOB. .. Jan. 31. Jamea Campbell ead John u. .?ker, tn tue Wludow-glaM Workers li ucistlon, htt le loi V, a-h.Il.l.'li, lo Uigbl lu I - ? ?O' "I ran to-morrow, a petition ooutalnun* 73,000 Blgnaturea, [lag Ilia' thc bib lo prevent Hie linpoi't.itrou of foiol?u ma' i labor bs adop.. d. AN l.l*i-( OPAL -(HOOL von nxnij*. ? m..m.. .s. ii. ...H. ll, Ire, (|atasy, widow of siah Quincy, of Bumuey, has made aa oBot of valuable ? I esute In that town to Blabop KUee aa a ?ii<- for the .,?..-? ; Epl ipa! school t'i* rills. If ber oh'er ls .pt. il U is u ..cd th..t -bc vii:! add uc endowment 17 SPEECHES BY Mr. GLADSTONE REPLYING TO FOUR DEPUTATIONS. EXTENSION OF WTraUflM TOT COUNTY FHAN CIIISK?I.OCAI. (iOVKKNMKNT. LflWWWI, Jan. HI.?A deputation of tho Leeds Liberal Conference called upon Mr. Gladstone this morning and submitted to him resolutions recently plussed in favor of further extension of thc aulragc. Mr. Glndhtonc mud that they would be made aware of thc intentions of thc Govcrnnient in a few days. It would be out of place to give particulars now. What waa wanted was union in thc Govcrnnient itself. It should have u el. ir apprehension of the purpose it had in hand and a resolute determination to strive for tim attainment of that purpose. The conntry should lie on its gear*! against direct and indirect methods of opposition. In conclusion he expressed tho hope that tim deputation would timi that tho promises held out by various members would not bc uiifullilleil. A deputation Bi the Indian residents of Loi?donf many of them brilliantly atliredm native costumes, presented Mr. ('I.tdstone this HMM Bing with a birth? day address. The policy of the Government in India was eulogized. A suitahlo reply was made by Mr. Gladstone. Amid flatt applause Mr. QladatOM received also a deputation of 380 trade-, anion delegatCO. They wero introduced hy Joseph Arch, the champion of the agricultural laborers, and by Messrs. Hroadliurst and Hurt, Radical members of Parliament. They Biged the extension of the county franchise. In replying to them. Mr. Gladstone said that their tli'l'U tat ion hail linne milch to iii-pel lion Itt at tot Ire tle sireof the people of England generally for the exton sion of thc franchise Am^Ml the three kingdoms. The ('overniiicnt were convinced that the time for action was ai hand. There were no truer supporters Of tho lights god elaina of al! classes in thc coun? try than those who are called workingmen. He was glad that thc Clyde .shipwrights and tin- Bgri* cultural laborers were eo inly reateeented by dele? gates. In coiicliisit.il he said tliat ailinn would presently be taken whleh would pre effect to tbe pledgee of the Goferument, and he urged them to judge the Government accordingly, In replying to a deputation ofthe Metropolitan Liberal Association**!, Mr. Gladstone thanked the deputation for leaving the Government to decide the order in which the principal moa sn ms should be presented to Parliament. 1 he condition of Lon? don so far as regards municipal and looa! gorers* tiient vas BotiuBg leas than scandalous. Tho responsibility for Gus reste with the Legislature. the powers nf wbieh wee gieat Iv overtask.?tl. It could only overtake ita W0TI by tlie Strenuous en? deavors of nil parties. Thc Government would do everything in their power to farther the progreas of business. He urgea the deputation to assist thc Oovernmenl te overcome the indirect methods ol' n listing the progress of legislation. GORDOlffl Position DANGEROUS. Till: I). Ml MN* POLICY Ol* KNCI.AXIJ?THAI I IC OV THR nu I."M>.'\. Jan. .11.?Sir Wassail Harker writes to Ike Ulina this morning that the position of (icneral Gordon, alone mid absolutely unprotected in tho deearte of the Soudan, and bearing a targa earn of money, ie aol only extremely dangerous ant i din ct challenge I (disaster. Bia friends maat wateh his mo*, ements and await developments willi the keenest anxiety. An argent aammdna haa hean issued to tl.e Con? servatives by Hie "whip' ol that party, Sir Wat? kins Wynn, member of Parliament f?r Derbyshire, ile states thal aa amendment relative to thc Bgyp tian policy of tho (invertiuietit, will bc moved to the address in reply to tint QaeStt'a speech, and that an important division will iti all probability he taken on l'ciiniaiy 7. There will bo another divi? sion ilse on Kci-ruiry ll, winn Mr. liradlai.gh itt - tempts to t..?e his SUSI, Me.-.is. i tink a. -..h. nba ooatTol the entire steamboat trafflc on the Nile, have been aeked to place every Bl nilal.le Steamer, balgo and Sail-boai dineaa to convey troope, stoles and munitions of war to appel Kg) pt, and slsoto bung any num ber of people down the ti\ er in ease the evacuatti n of Khartoum la decided npon, Tne manager has started for Egypt in order tosnperriee the matter in person. Cviud. Jan. 31,?General Gordon left Assonaa to? day for Khartoum, He bas written a letter to El Mahdi asking him to -end the European pr! in bis possession to Khartoum. Colonel Sartorial telegraphs from Baakimas fol? lows: M Bin kat and Tokarare si il I ours. lam going to loin Baker Paeba at Trinkitat to-morrow, we will advance on Friday, Baker Paeba reeently mail'' ii eavalri reconnaiaaan s und tn tin ked Oeman Digaa nnd killeti and wounded over 190 ol liis ultu. Tho friendly tribee are still lie-itatiug to move the last ten miles toward Tokar, 1 havs Britten to Baku Pasha strongly uiging an immediate advanoe liom ijinkit.it. l'hree days after Baker Pacha's reconnaiaaance I made a sortie arith ti foree of infantry, Osman Digna attacked ma, but lost several mea, where? upon he retired Intend. 1 am doubtful about tho relief of Binnet Otberwieeall is well.'' -?? LONDON STOCK BROKERA I.V DEFAULT. lAtl.CrrE Ol* P. W. THOMAS, lOBi A CO. ? I.IAl'.II.I nr.s RfTWATBOAl ?->0<),<>00. Lomon, Jen. 81.?-P. W, Thomas, .Sons ?t Co., sleek brokers, have bean deelared dofanlters. They were carrying huge speculative aeamnte ia Grand I iuiik aod Mexieen ordinary securities. Ons mem? ber cf tite linn has absoonded. The failure has caiisctl the greatest OOaaternatl mon the Stock Ex? change. Business is almost at a standstill. The lessee inside tba stock Exchange amount lo about ?35,000, The Arm owee ?800,000 to clients who had inti listed their securities to the timi. The assets an believed to BS nothing. A Cornish bauk and un insurance coinpativ arc he iw lose:.. Ruraorsof the failure wr-tc ctinent In VT,ill Street late ori Wclii'-ilay I't'Tii'i'tri, Im; : (particulars regarding lt or Hie clreiiin-t inces tliat lcd tu lt were known. Yester <lav pris ate ili-niatclie- received In titit city from London staled Hie ilalil'illcs ol tim linn at nearer *s,tMX.,tSS) than ei.OOO.OOO. No oilier etateiueiit wan until.-. I lie tallinn inui ne great effect ou tee Now-York Stock .Maikt.t. ? TIIK PRINCE OF WALES CHEERED. BUffOl- Jan. 31.? Tho Pruce of Walsa started on hit return to Loudon to-day. A lai^e crowd assembled at tho Statioa to w itu. ss hi- departure, and sheeted him enthus? iastically. The Bristol Polio: waraed Iha Prisca yesterday not lo walk on the suspension bridge after dark for fear ha B enid nene to hann. A train from London to Briotool upon which it was kuowu that a I", nial, was travelling wan watched along ita entire route by dcttcth.s. Ihe Mayor of llristol received letters threatening death to the royal family, Tba bumer, who purchased a nun with the avowed intention ol shooting the Prince, and who was arrested here on. Tuesday, has BABB oem to an BBJ lum. ??? SOCIALISTS IN oKUmaNY AND AUSTRIA. LiOmon, Jan. :t I.?TTic police have discovered a Socialist plot to rescue tho Husso-Polish student Padlawaki, who haa been Imprieoned for the peal atna aarnitha Thc Koaatea Kthilial Uendelaaohn, whom tho l'lii.-siaii police conveyed nero ts tho Baaatea frontier, eaaaped and reached Puris. VnNNA.Jan. ai.?Thc apprehaaaten offarthar |,,', itledlatnrbaneahaa led to tha adoption of i vt i.tm di nary mrasiirca hy tho Ministry. They have published au ordiiiau. o which pio.l.'iiniH a kind of martial law in thc dUti'icts of Vienna, Komeuburg and Wiener Keustadt, Bpeelal meaa una have b. tn mliijitetl ulso with reference to luspiclona letters and din*:'runs publications. lu Vienna and Kui in libing uni by jury has beeu Bupeadod, .. i M. DE BRAZZi BRPOBTED DEAD. I.'iNDi.N, .Inn. ol.?Two liiiiiiliii-s ol Henry XL Mealagr's sapsdlllea on tee Ceage Strm havs arrived it Maili n.t. it la tin n'geali Ire opinioii teal bLSt Bbbbbbj la swiss sf Ibu riaanb unnititi rn ls dead, ss si last aceounta be waa sarrennriea bj boallia aatlvea, abo rc umU io allow bis tallowers to sppraech aha, rOREIGH NOTES. flIItI-n*.Mt, J..U. :il.-TI" Kin.; an.I i.t.ci ti have ar? ni _ h. ,. ii, , preaeaee I ? ruiud gieat enthusiasm. LoMi'.tv, Jun. Jl?Thc anuna! IBBSrl of the Ati|*lo . I lo the Mackay | Klicuic as au.ung thc c.eontuU of future cou _iclitioii, and j nu a, el Ile ll st. titi sri 1 ,.11 Ul says that lt batt t-ssumed definite form. Tbe report, hui ever, makes no comment. Berlin', Jan. 31.?Kniperor William has recovered fm* his recent ltullsiiosltion. Tho rain only prevents hi. from taking his customary drive. Rome, Jan. 31.?Cardinal Luigi Oliio ls dead. T?Bl. TBB 11 OSBBl von T.i.itc, President of tl Connell and Minister of thc Interior, luis sent a latter the Lower Hon*.' of the Reteharate aapteteteg that tl extraordinary measures have beea tuleen In consrquen of the recent crimes. Hkki.in, Jan. 31.?Thc Lower IToii-rfl of tba Prussia Diet has passed the estimates for ptihllc worship In apt of the opposition of thc Ultramontane party. BO.YELL PROMPTLY ACQUITTED. THE vkhdict CBJUtMATBD wirri BOlfitee I'AI.Ml'.H Bl ICOD IN KKFKiY. ILvtavia, N. Yat JBSu 'Al.?At a late hot last night Palmer was hung In elli cy, In full view of h pteeS of baSlBSSS nnd nf tho room occupied by Jud) Haigh! in the Ul. James Hotel. Thc fig)ire was a fa representation of the man, and was suspended on a wli across the main street. Across the IsgB a board wi fastened, 'rearing the word* "Sneak Calmer, author of tl ciline." It wat removed tills morning by the sheriff, bi not before many had .sen it aral it bad leered il? l HIMS On the epeaisa of the court Mr. Wataoa -seamed b summing'ip for the def.Ti.-i*, and occupied several hour The Judge then sharped the jury, after which it r tired, ami a meaaa wn* taken until iv. ni. At that hoi tee fury rendered a verdict of not guilty, di the maa of self-ili fem p. The verdict was receive.1 with wild fl thii-iuMii, and Howell became tho recipient of excite c 'iiu'i'at'.ilatioii- at thc Court House and til Washburn House. rainier was burned Iti elita and bonllres wore lighted along the Wain at Palau wen! to a hotel and escaped bt lng mobbed by getting tm through a back window while lhc croud BU in flout ( the hotel. MURDERED PX' HER III SPA ND. tiik Muanenna nantes a yucaca tight aoa.iv inn rni.ni: Cincinnati, Jun. Bl-?Patrick H-ii-tnt-l BgS tltli ty iiiiu-, a laborer, at No. BB Wullar-.st., Mont Auburn, killed hi,, wife thi* morning mid SBdSBVOrSd t clio;, h.-r hotly to ph ces and lihle it under thc ll.mr. Il hu* ht en addicted to drink mid wns quarrelsome. Thi I.a.ruing be ordered hi* wife to lie in lid while he w.-i: Into another room. Fearing violence, she was BttSBSpl ing to escape throii'.'h a, window, wlcm ln> eatalBd WM an axe and struck her a blow on the head, causing li slant death. Tire alarm was given by the children, and the pair. warrnu was called. Hiirtnet, with thc axe for a wcapoi detlcil the police. They Obtained a heavy scantling ab lammed him against the wall, an.l after a tl"rce light dh armed bia. He waa so badly beared that he was take: to tho hospital. Mr*. Ilaitnet wa- tile mother nf fir. children, anti was an t-tia,-.? la roman. Au inquiry as f ' ls lunacy was imtl on llartnet last spring, but upon th tesiiinuiy of some cf his iiclghbcrs lie was pronounce sane. HATTI MORE A SD THE W0BLl7m\FAIB. rarma td t.f.t ot ibtkb?st ra the mer-oitBAH l-XIIlSIIION. Haltimork, Jan. Jil.?Tho Merchants am Manufacturers* Association ir.et to-day to hear address.1 Bsasssnteg tbs rslwastlnasl BnrraMea al New-orieau next Dsesasbor. ITcsIdent .Smith of tho association n pount.'d the etti uta made to .secure better railroad comie< tiona and rates for freight to the gsBlbSSB states, wilie! lind bot Leen altogether successful. J. Frank Staples, o tea Transportation ('..liitnlltee of the Ass.id dion, gav lctalls si proposed Icgi-laUon autli.iil/liig the City o Baltimore te leud 18^)00,000 te the Btebtoead sad Lan i-iiie Kaiiroad. to promote the obje t here mentioned. John I* staples, coi: ml .siom-r to tea fair fl ? \.tl "aroliira, enthusiastically dwelt np. it the h. nellts lil State had derived Trom tha Boeton expoalfion, baring ac rared capital and settler- by bai display colonel .Moorhead, eomtnlealoner general, stated tin ili|eetr) of the .Vi w-Orban-, fair. Hayot i atiu'ie a'-< ?poke. Beaolntloni wero adopted recommending Balli uore boalneoa men to exhibit, mid appointing propc, OUlIili*. A .SEXY TELEPHONE COM PASY. "UiBl'KT OABBXTT AND OTHBX* IT l.r. \ CKRTIFI CATK Ol' I.\'Ci>liri>UATlt>N\ Hu.timoiii**, Jan. 31.?A cortiflcato of jncor 'oration of ihe Giulio Telephone Company, of Ii,ii timor .'by, won flied for record lo-day lu the otil.e of tho clcrl it the Superior Court. The ince .-porators named lu thi ertiileate ar,. Hubert Garrett, William Ke.tscr, Jnmei 'loan, Jr., William L. BOOtt, Ol Kile, Charles I). Fisher lllieri I'ancoast, Al ill I". Sinllh, James McII'-iiry, of Lon lon, I). II. BatSS,/obs H. Xi. Lat rob.'ard Howard Mun Jkbu*t -ii. 1 ba ".'ai .** l. mri of wiiic'i tee Inrorpor silos of he Baltimore Company ia the boanning, are to bo gin? ini. Thc Giiiiie Telephone Companj . ef Vew-York, ol wbleb in- inc .1. nn:i' i iv is the Ural branch to be established, U be owner of Uie telephone pateata known aa the Bbaw ateuta, and aiaocoatrola the claims of Antonio Meuccl r Ni B-York. DENNIS KEARNEY ASTONISHED. Syl'A l H.L's Mlltllll M.AI! SAN I'll 4XCIM ' I ABOLMHBtt, San Francisco, Jan. 111.?On tho opening ol be cable romi to oct an Bsaoh a unmix i sf wbtabsy, hoi BfllS and doughnut sellers, headed by Dennis Kearney, Htled upon the strip of lund lymg between nc confines of Ooldea OstS 1'ark and high water lark. Tiny built shanties IbsnOB und botfuu ly lag their trailed to tho annoyance of tapeetable visitors. At an cai ly hour this morning tho ark Commissioner., with twenty-lire men ami six police icu. .iii ut ni.'ii, proceeded to iloodlum~Ule ami quietly ld tbe tOBB low. Hoards and other property were Hid into heaps await run the nnTral of tin'owners, who, i the alarm laing jri\ cn, ruahed to the spot, but too late i prevent demolition. Bloodshed WM expected, but no lautance was offered. 'XCITINQ STBUOGLE FOB A 8ENAT0R8HIP, I. ii [stills, Jan. 31.?The cont cst for deflator i the Demoeratte eetieai laat night waa rery exciting. B break the deadlock a re-olnti m wa- oge/ed to with ibb D weeney, and teke a ballot ea williams sad Black on; und then take nuntin :'ballot ou tin- leading mau :.l sn i i'm y. .Villi t'.nie wa.s silent in di-t Beaten, and a teat deal of flBbnaterlag waa Indulged ia by the Btaefe irn leaden, 'i be eaoena adjourned until to-day without miplettiirf the ballot. Manv nev ninnes wein proposed, int of Mr. Carlisle being received with ?.'rent applauds. ii.ally the coiniiMi.il beoaoie so groat thal ths chairman, it bout the form of a motion, declared the caucus ad urned. INELIGIBLE TO HIE MAGISTRACY. Nu wm if;, N. V., Jan. 81.? lu t li?* easo of tho ?opie, through Alfreil Laurence, aaataWaa i;lt?s Mann and hers, Hiiprenin ('.nut JaottOO ('haili" 1'. ilriiwn to-d cy iclded that the ssatlaaaaes in olll ''? ot a Justice of the ace ls restricted as to aire. Mann was oloctcd a Justice the ponce in th" town of Greenburn, Weitobeatcr ninty, for a term of four years, bcclnulu*? January 1 of ls yeer. He wa. seventy years old on July ll, ISSI. ic question nt i .sim BBS as to his eligibility. Judgo own boals that the OtmStttOttSoal provision that no rsou shall hohl the ollhe of Supreme Court Justice or idgeef aay eoartloagss than until and laeteJlBg tho d da) of December next after h.- "hall be seve.ity veal 1 asm, appliee abo to Justices of toe peace, eHboagh ci are mil sipiesslj earned. The judge a wanda aa aV luic witt against the raapoadeats, but without esses. PRAY LR FOB COLLEGES. I'iMXt k.ton, Jen. 111.?The day of prayer for Ilexes wns fully observed here. Services vvero held at un ami lu ihe ufteraoou and STSatag. The Hov. llr. ?doo ead tba Ber, M.--,- MeCooh- Hinsdale, wilder ii Morgan oflleteted. 'inc met-iln** were largely ut idc.l. - At CR Jills ASH CASUALTIES. AN AGED COL'i'LK BURNED TO DEATH. rn a. Jan. ai.?A house occupied-hy an aired couple, ni..a ?>)? nunn1, bet asea Norwich ami >*?w-B.'riln, i ii.nir.'" County, was found lu aslfsthls morulusi. lt d bm i.ed dm tm,- lac Li^hi, and tho oi I conplo had per ttl In thu flame.. raoucunoR ABASDomib 'nu voil I'liiA. Jan. IU. -District-Attorney (inti on d tv abaadsasd thserlmlnal proaaourion against bruk l.anvil and Ctttell, ciiarxeti with smbeasleaMBtsad i.-piuicy. pu fcucd by AiiKiwtus Uovii, who Uansacted inauilai bujli.esa tin.mi;lt tho tlcfenilai.li-. -1 MI.NCI.D KOR MANILAUGHTER. 'nu tin hum, .Im. lil.-John W. Thomaa to-day ?addi guilty t" manslaughter in hatim** ceased tbs !'i"f Hubert White mi Deoember 90, by striking him tee bead with a elah. Both men were Intoxleated at i rhomao waa aaatsaesd te aataapstssassSBtaf BS years SSW one inoiith. DISl'OVEHIKS HY BBVEHXTB GI'lT'l.KS. ti Lea iowa, Pe*aa..Jaa. :ti ?Obarlea mtehell, garenue cut ol I'hiiailt'lphiti, ami Hev.niie c..;lector Helfrieh. Ulla dty, have Uiaoovered Irrc-zulartUea nt t ? distilleries In this county. Hlauips wi rn found UC* nell. .1 alni t n.-k- Ulled Willi XlOOOt W.tllOUt t'eillK ??ped. on" iiuullrr waa found mukin^ cordial, ul int'ti bs waa no loiiu'cr rexl-dci**-*.. Tho ll.myrs WSSB zed and snit-nie lobe bfUBght il i.i.i.\I1Y IN I'ENNSYl.YVMV. ti ui'm.. Pent)., Jap. BL?Barglara brehs late thu js.si ?<? nt HIiusher", till, ti,linty, l^-i instil, iiiiilcaut-.it.lt il of stainj.s, cuvf.l(i*,H'? audataUtiuci/, ibe : tout bed. A TERRIFIC PLUNGE. ir A TRAIN TITKOWN INTO A RIVER. SIX rF.R^ONS KIIXFID AND EIGHT HURT?AX AWKUh 8CENK OK DKATH AM> HUVKKRIIfO. Indianapolis, Jun. 31.?Tho Motion pawtengei train, duo here at 10:30 a. m., met with a terrible accident at tbe brittle across White River, seven miles from this city, this morning. Ai Iii. ul Kippie, u li. ne the disaster occurred, the railway crosses tho White River on a true* bridge of two spans, e.ieh 130 feet in length. The en? gineer had Kone to tbe baggage-car tor a drink of water, and tbe locomotive waa in charge of tbe tire man. When the engine had reached thc centre of tho lu ilk;.' the tin man felt the structure sinking. He bud bis baud on tbe tbrottlc, which be opened, giving tho locomotive all tlie available steam. Tito engine sprang forward v ith great force, breaking Ibo couplings Itel ween th tender and baggage-car. Tho locomotive kept the track, but tbe baggage and smoking cars and a passenger coach dropped througb the bridge and were piled up in one mass ?it tlie font of the pier, the smoking-car beiug par? tially crushed by tbe baggage-car. TIIK Vm TAKKS, KIUK. Thc wreck was partially submerged, but tbe por? tion above water i inmediate ly took lire from tba y stoves. Tho fireman states that when he looked back aficr the locomotive bad reached thc south end of tbe Inn';.'., the cars were on tire mid smoke was ob? scuring the scene. When tho wrecking train reat beti Hroad Ripple, a chaotic scene waa pre Seated, Ike bridge and cars were yet burning; and those neeaeaa present were so lacking in pres? ence of mind ns to be unable to extinguish tho dailies or relieve the stiirercrs. The nili.rials of the road worked vigorously and systematically, and in a bhorl time the (lames were extinguished. BU mi's KILLED and km.ur BADLY llt'RT. Then a search for bodies was bcituii. "Six jiersone had either been killed outright or burned to death, their bodies hoing charred almost beyond recogni? tion aad horribly mutilated. ThS only means of idei. tilicittioii washy incombustible trinkets known to In- the property of thc dead. Thc Menes at tlie wreck were extremely distres.*** ing. The dead were in tlie ruins of the smoking and baggage eera, aad tease, one ea top af tba other, wt n- itt deep water. A skill wss used fur transferring the bodies from the ruins ol' the cars to land. 1 'be follow iug is a list of the dead : John Brewer, engineer, of Lafayette,Ind.i J.K. Ricketts, bag? gage martur. (few-Albaari tteorn Lowry, brake*' man, Hu. na \ leta, Ind.; Thoma** Parr, bridge fore-' man, lndiuiiajiolis ; Abel T. 81111th, Amnricao Ex? press nseeeenger, Indianapolis; Joan Bray, stock dealer, Deming. Mr. Bray was tho only paiseiiger killed. The following is a list of those injured : Ei-Sheriff Beaten, of N'ohlcsville, right arm broke ti and nert ously injured about the head ami body; Lynn Clark, West Held, Ind., injured internally and doubtless fatally I Joseph L'laybaugh, Frank Cort eat OB the head] A. T. Teddies. Frankfort, bruised about tho bouv; W. 1*. Howk, Westfield, bead badly eati W. T. Bwigert, Camel, skull fractured; Mrs. galli-rea nnd babe, Carmel, slightly injured; B. Sny.hr, slightly iiijuic.l. A emu of - ci kineti bad been making repairs ou the bridge aad ail of thees were slightly injured, ? The two passengers seriously hint, e\->*lierilf Hcman and Mr. Clark, wera blt at Broad Ripple, but the Ol lu IS *.*> ere brought hero, DiKiicnvK surroaiura nous i.v tiik niuDor The acci'letit was at Ital attributed to tho wash, ing out of BB abutment, but it is now believed to be duo to defects in thc supportiug rods of the bridge, thc mitti on tho ends of tiie tods titting eo badly tba1 tho bridge was unable to BBBByaH the weight ol' the traiu. B. J. White, who waa work? ing under the bridtfo when tko train weut over, says he thinks that the rods pulled through the nuts, letting the bridge down. To all appearances oue of tbe breaks occurred within liftmen feet of tho pier, and uuother about midway of the apaa. (TC BIBS COULD HAVK MOW' KASII.V QI*-.Vt HUD. White's escape wa.s tmly marvellous. Standing ou thc icc, thc lulling cars ami bridge struck hun ou tho head ii ml tli'ove bim through the ice and ilown tc ihe very Iinttciii cl the liver. Thc timbers did not rest ii* on linn, however, and ho swam out inure dead than alive, covered with bruises, but able to walk, fha newsboy af thc train says ha i nulli have extinguished the tire with a single bucket oi waler, but it was not to bo had. saocEiBo sosanta at rn rnm C. C. Lader and J. B. Horton were in tho smoking car, nt one end of which lay a man with his skull crushed and life almost extinct. Ac mas the latter aud aloes to ihe red-hot stove lay Lynn Clark, a heavy timber binding one of his legs immovably. Lodat tried to lind an axe, with which euch car waa provided ; but it was OB the other side of the car in three feet of wat. r. " For God's sake don't desert me," cried Clark; "and we did nut desert him," ilr. Loder says, "until tho llamoo scon bcd us and we were almost suffo? cated with smoke. Beforo laBVtBg tbe cir I.inler kicked out a window close by Clark uud loft bim iu agony. Presently the Hames bumed tho timmi in 1 i'at a point closo by Ciark, enab? ling him to crawl out of tho window which Iud been kicked.mt by Loder. Conductor Looey says that in five minutes after the train went down the satin wreck was w ra pited in tinnies, nnd iu less time than that all who had not already eeeaped were drowned. Fngbtful screams caine fruin she ruins aeat the pier, but witb only two buckets and bo boeta be ead hie heleen were powerless, an I all they eould do was to close theil San and pray for death to n in. vu their com? rades. It ia hollered that ult the bodies of tha killed have been recovered, except tb it ol 1 liotnae Farr, wbo b BS a (irking on the In i<l?<- ard a bi se 1 eumina are supposed to be at the bottom <>f the river. Ike bridge ami train were satirely ri mao Helled WBEOKED BT a UOULDEa. A 1 AITIIIll. K Sd INK Kl'. I'KK VI.NTS 4 CATAs 1 1.(1 "IIB, Cha 11 ano'ii; \, .Jan. SI ??Tbi west-bound Nash* ville and Chattanooga t.ain, winch left hero st 5:;i() this morning, ran into a ro. k .six rn tics fixnu this city and twelve miles from ths SCOBS of a Ilka aetidcut on Tuesday muming. Coadaeteff Wood was seriously injured aud several other truiuuiea were slightly hurt. Noouo else was burt. Iheea giue was deini'li-hed. When the engineer "Nick" Long lirst saw the rock, au immense boulder which had fallen iuto the cut, the engine was about thirty feet from it and running at tho rate o" twenty-hue miles au hour. He told tho fireman to jump from the cub. Long remained at his )hM, reversed his engine, and was applying tint air-brakes when the lo. ..roo tiNe nt ruck the rock, thus pievciiting what might have losiilted iu the death cf t\.iy passenger om thc train. Long miraculously eeeaped with *li*bt injuries. A liberal purse was raised by tbe uwosear gets aud presented io him. RIOTOUS STU DES TS IN PHILADELPHIA. THII ANNTAL Ii'iWL ItliKAhINU IgiM TO A COI> i HMM wini tiik roues. PuiLADM.i'iitA, Jun. 'M.?Tho Chief of Police reestrei a Hspatsi from Waal PHaaBbahla at>out a o'clock tbi* ait. moon tta'lutf tliat during tbe anaaal bowl tireaklux at the Uulvei-alty of Pennsylvania UUe iiioiuluj tbe crowd of excited students j*ot Into tbe lUt-H, gsstmyhig considerable properry. Boiuc of ilu-ui ked their clothing torn an.l were alums' n ide 1'ollceaMa Connor and Murphy remonstrated wita tbe BBBBg osma, but without a.ail. Whoa the officers arrested lieonta Dauby, one of tbe participants tu tbe tight, the crvwg tai nd upon auu ansaultcd tUc police, hurling, brw-ia, atom .s innl tin cans at them. om. tr Murphy waa struck on tbe bead with a trick ami enticer (Hrren ISMlTei a blow from a alone. Kver pistol shots were lin il. and | rn in who -tts. I Im lilnd (Jua poUce, i nt whose nain.) could not be seoerteiued, eluted to hare t.ceii sLotiu ibo bead. J. W. Melli tile -..?. i-u_te qiiently arrested lu front of tlie staUon-bousc lor In lUag lo a bri.. h or thc pases. Pally .vsi stint nt* ruiinwe<t ike policemen to the aiauou bouae, bowling auu gro.maj ah I bein. MAIL MATTBB DESTROYED. Hi NiiNdToV, iVnn.. Jan. 31.?Thc pouchce coiiiaiiiliig the caf i.-ru mail matter for this pu.-*-, wS#?i thrown from tho WmBWB of Ute fast mall jc'erOaf-. ?"truck a hiTKe anow l>?nk In front ot tbe depot, an.l '. Cm.at%) back under the truiu, were cauMbl by thu wheels sud --ei-a i lcd a distance of set euther, ml!, s. Thc psBSbai IBeMh~H| with the principal part oi tbeir oaulems, were d'-i.irujHL' Kcglstered Ut ors and otbir ralaahla ]i.? titn attey found In ranees ji'ac. a along toe track, wtikb aad '-wea, l uhrd ol thaU couteuia.